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was later identified. we spoke to a neighbor who says his street was blocked by emergency crews. >> i am sad to learn they found jeff's body there, and that is such a sad thing. >> the police report includes photos that show empty liquor bottles, a condom wrapper and syringes inside the apartment. sit unclear if the syringes were left behind by first responders. the new information detailed in this report contra strict ducts an earlier statement released by the san francisco public defender's office that says adoption was with a friend when he started having trouble breathing. when asked about the discrepancy, a spokesperson said they are aware of reports he found at different locations but they weren't receiving much information due to hippa privacy laws. we are learning more details about this developing situation. as we continue to learn these
details we'll bring them to you throughout the morning. in san francisco, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you for that. police are searching for a man who is accused of trying to lure a 13-year-old girl into his car. it happened around 5:30 friday night. the girl told police a man driving a white car pulled up, told her that her dad asked him to pick her up and drop her off at her house. when the girl refused to get into herman's car. she was able to run and hide. the suspect described as a south asian indian man with a dark complexion between the ages of 35 and 50 years of age. the girl told police he had a light blue circle around one of his eyeballs between the white portion and the iris. she said he has shaggy hair, a mustache, and speaks with an accent and a lisp. she also said he was wearing a ring on his right hand with a design of two overlapping snakes. the man's car is described as possibly a white nissan four-
door. a v actionerrsa. sea said had it had dark tinted back passenger windows and a yellow star with a smileey face on the front windshield. the girl provided a partial license plate number of 7 hn and a six after that. if you have any information that might help the police out, they would love to hear from you. new this morning, pope francis is vowing to fight sex abuse in the church and is promising to hold abusers accountable. the vatican held a special summit on preventing sex abuse among the clergy this week. at the end of today's mass, the pope said he wants to expose the abusers with a wrath of god and prioritize victims of abuse. the pope says that clergy sex abuse and cover-ups threaten the mission of the catholic church. the archbishop of australia struck a similar tone. i will do all we can for justice and hearing. we will listen to them, believe them, walk with them. we will insure that the
interviews are never again able to offend. the church has faced sexual abuse charges among the clergy. the presidents of motherly 200 bishop conferences from around the world attended this week's summit. time now is 7:07. the judge has set a bond at $1 million for singer r. kelly. the 52-year-old turned himself in to chicago police friday night. he is in court yesterday for a bond hearing with the judge called the allegations disturbing. he is charged with ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse against four women including thee minors. prosecutors say he met one of the accusers with he was 15 years old. one attorney shows a video that shows kelly having sex with a 13-year-old girl. >> we wish the bond would have
been much higher or there would have been no bond. i am not surprised by the results. the singer did not force anyone to have sex and process cue or thes rushed to judgment. r. kelly has denied allegations for years. the search suspended by a -- for the woman buried. two women were walking a dog on the beach friday afternoon when the cliff came tumbling down. one of the women was rescued after being buried up to her shoulders in sand. recovery efforts resumed yesterday for that other woman, but by noontime, crews still have not found her body. the search was called off because of high tide. park officials say there is a possibility the strong currents might have carried her body out into the ocean. approximately half to two- thirds of the sandy material have been washed away by the natural actions of those high tides. they came in right against the base of the bluff.
authorities say the woman who did survive subpoena the dog were not seriously injured. the golden gate national park service says rangers will continue to monitor the bluff in the hopes of finding that missing woman. the school district will return today. they are hoping to strike a deal before classes resume tomorrow morning. they will return to the picket line for a third straight week. union and district negotiators took saturday off, but our meeting in morning at an undisclosed location. several thousand teachers, counselors and nurses went on strike last thursday and they are asking for a 12% raise over three years. the district has countered with an 18.5% raise over four years. the teacher's union will update the public tonight at 6:00. now to help parents get the latest, we have created a hotline. you can call any time for updated information and new developments. today is the final day of chinese new year festivities in
san francisco. atz tennessees of thousands braving the chill. >> this was a 1.3-mile route. if you weren't there, we would hope you watch coverage of our parade. we got a chance to talk to folks in the crowd and some of the dignitaries. >> this is exciting to be mayor of such an incredible city celebrating one of the best times of year. if you are not here, you are missing out. >> this is the opening fireworks. the parade featured more than a hundred entries. the colors red and gold were prominent among those floats. this the largest celebration of its kind. crowd favorites were those
young dancers. parade organizers say the festival brings unity and educates the community about chinese/american culture. there are 20 notes. participants are dressed in vibrant and festive colors. they say it was a thrill to be part of the bay area's biggest events each year. all those floats are like works of art. some of those floats did take months to build. the ktvu news cable car had a very special guest. you will recognize them probably right away. that is former ktvu 10:00 news anchor. dennis richmon justice o nd. dennis and his wife, deborah. it just seemed like old times. >> i remember this from all the years i. it is so much. when people act like they like me. >> we do like you.
he is so um humble, but really i think it was just as big of a treat for the ktvu family to see them again as it was for all the folks in the crowd. dennis first joined ktvu in 1968 and became an anchor in 1976. he last worked on the anchor desk with ewe lee haner who was there but she was hosting the parade >> whenever i go out, what is dennis richmond doing. i grew up watching him as well. >> he is retired and he said his wife is still working tons. >> he looks great. >> yes, he looks great. it was great to see him again. coming up next, don't have a place to live, but that is not stopping a group of people from give back. >> more on the program in san jose that gives the homeless an opportunity to work and help getting back on their feet. >> colin kaepernick shows his support after a group of college basketball players take
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welcome back. there are some 26,000. that is the population. we know that homelessness is a big problem across the state. one nonprofit is making some progress here. silicon valley ceo took a break from the hubub and volunteered at a palo alto food bank 13 years ago and through that experience, she is changing thousands of lives through her downtown streets program. >> it is not grams you rouse, and at times it can get downright dirty, but for this san jose clean-up crew, it is the most important two hours they'll spend all week. >> there is just an energy here and an energy every morning that we meet, and everyone knows everyone and it
is real. >> it is real all right. and the benefits are endless. san jose is one of 13 bay area cities with a nonprofit downtown streets is taking the homeless and putting them to work. it's simple. take pride in a day's work and in return, gps staff will provide a path to housing. jobs and an environment that rebuilds self-esteem. it is working. nearly 2000 of its members are now off the streets. it is much more to be a family and the community. that is what you lose when you are in the isolation of homelessness on the streets. we bring that to you so that now you are resilient. >> downtown ceo used to be the ceo of napster.
>> workers in san francisco cleaned up nearly 25 tons other cash. >> we rolled up our sleeves with the men and women ourselves. i was out sweeping the streets in the early days also. >> i graduated celebrate recovery. i have two years clean and sober. >> reporter: each week is celebrated with a success meeting. a warm meal and gift cards are handed out for work well done. it is a cross between a labor hall and a church revival where downtown streeters get a chance to say thank you and revel in each step getting back on their feet. >> thank you for my beautiful environment. i love you. >> reporter: one by one, they approach the microphone. >> i got a job. i wouldn't want to be anywhere else monday through thursday from 8:00 until 12:00.
including 58-year-old. an alcoholic for 38 years. he says the program has saved him. >> they know me. i know them. i can't start my day without this place, without the sponsor of the meeting. and look at me. i mean, i am on fire, man. >> reporter: i am, man. i love life. >> 55-year-old jack anderson is a believer, too. abused as a child and a drug addict for some 30 years. downtown streets has now restored his faith. >> so now i am in charge of people. i have never been in charge of anyone in my life. not even myself. they teach you things, but they make you earn it, you know what i mean. they will never give up on you. that is the greatest thing about it. they'll never give up on you. >> life is about working hard, achieving. that is what we do here. >> san jos is about to expand the program ask give downtown street members full-time jobs.
s in the next six months, they will be expanding to more cities. like anything when it comes to homelessness, it does take a little time and a little money. you see the results right there. >> it is really incredible, and it really is the way they feel about themselves. >> exactly. those little success meetings kind of a revival. the people get fired up and can't wait to get back to work. when you are with a group of people trying to recover with something, there is strength in numbers. >> not only support from organizers but support from each other. great story. time now is 7:19. let's talk about our weather. it is changing. we are in this together. dry weather today. wet weather starting were to. it's going to last a few days. there is even the possibility of flooding coming our way once again. giving you a look there at the golden gate bridge. it is a cloudy start to the day and we will be partly sunny and
most mostly cloudy for your entire sunday. just continuing to stream on through. thickening up some as we get to the second part of your day. may squeeze out a sprinkle or two over the north bay. it doesn't look like a big deal. tomorrow is when we are going to see that rain. let's talk about the storm first and take a look at numbers for today. we already have a flood advisory expected for the entire north bay. it starts tomorrow until noontime going into early thursday morning with a lot of rain coming our way and it looks like it is going to target primarily the north bay. we're all expected to get rain, but most of it is expected to get hit north of the golden gate bridge, and into our sierra where we have a winter storm watch. it starts tomorrow as well and goes until early wednesday morning. that snow levels expected to have a ride about 5000 feet or so, and some of our higher elevations could get one to two, maybe three feet of snow by the end of the business week. here is a look at the futurecast.
so for today, we'll go mostly cloudy and dry for the most part. here is a look at tomorrow morning. as long as this storm doesn't speed up a little bit, it is looking like we're mainly dry for the morning drive tomorrow. as it begins to creep into sanoma county. maybe a few scattered showers there. the afternoon drive at this point looks like a wet one. more rain on tuesday with scattered showers expected on wednesday. as far as rainfall amounts take a look at this. for the north bay, three to five inches a possibility. maybe six. maybe six for some of our wetter locations and in our heels, we could see more tan that. for the south bay, an inch and a half in some of our weather locations. quite a bit of rain coming. we already have soil. and when you are talking about this amount of rain over the course of a few days. ktvu. outsider doors for today. it is going to be a dry one. it is a cool start but not as
close as yesterday. 48 in oakland. downtown then as we get into the afternoon. here is a look at your extended forecast. rain developing tomorrow. heavy rain and wind expected on tuesday. scattered showers on wednesday. it looks like we'll start to get a break on thursday but for the moment we are going to leave a chance. we'll take a chance. house speaker nancy pehosi's daughter is speaking out about an nra article about her mother. why she called it an intentional and outrageous criminal indictment.
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the 91s academy award. >> here they come. there is controversy. there is no host. kevin hart pulled out because of tweets. award show producers are trying to downplay the situation by going with an all-star list of precenters inclouding barbara streisand and john lewis. meantime, there is growing sentiment that a foreign language film could win best picture. more on your oscar predictions. there is no host, but the academy awards show will go on. history could be made in the biggest category of all. roma is shaping up to lead the
best picture pack. >> no one has ever won the oscar best picture, but it appears that is going to change when roma wins the big prize. watch out for the favorite. >> there is a clear frontrunner for best actress, but it will still with be a show-down. >> glen close in the wife verses lady gaga. the oscar will go to glen close in the wife. a terrific performance for her. this is her 7th career nomination and she's never won it. >> he doesn't think gaga will walk away empty handed. >> she will get the award for best song for shallow. >> less predictable. >> this is a category where we often see the big surprise and the best supporting actress shocker could be roma. >> and calling bohemian rap so i did for best actor. >> this is a classic oscar formula. he transformed on the screen and overcomes adversity. it is a real physical performance. >> reporter: as for supporting
actor. >> the supporting actor. it looks like greenbook is going to repeat if there is an upset in this category, watch out for richard b. grant in that you ever forgive me. >> the bay area people. you get ali. he won an oscar in 2017. his favorite to win again for green book. rockwell grew up and he won best supporting actor last year. this year for playing former president george w. bush in vice. oakland director's blockbuster film black panther is up for best picture, and pixar has several films nominated including vow. it is up for best animated short. vow is about a doubling that glows up. it is always fun to watch. coming up, a group of basketball players from a college in the south took a knee. during the national anthem. >> we'll tell you what they were protesting and the support
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it is sunday morning. grab the newspaper if you still get one of those. there is probably a little dew out there. >> it is a little moist. >> apparently you can't see the is top of the sales force. good morning. we all wake up together. >> good morning to you. we rocked it. >> so did you guys. it was nice to be out there. >> i am patting myself on the back. >> you're on the same interview. it was a late night. >> and i was drinking coffee this morning. >> so how is that wealth senator >> weather. >> give a look at a beautiful
view into lake tahoe where it is freezing in morning. a lot of snow is still there. folks maybe skiing today before they head home and you before the winter storm comes into may. we have more rain and snow on the way. for the moment, it is a gorgeous view there. for us, not too bad. partly sunny and mostly cloudy skies for today. your sunday is going to be a mainly dry one. you may squeeze out just a sprinkle ahead of the storm. that is going to be it. for santa rosa warmer. 43 outside your door. the humidity is up. we have the clouds if place helping to insulate us just a little bit. low 40s in livermore and san jose up 44. how much warmer are we this morning? by 12-degrees in some areas. 12 santa rosa. 12 concord. livermore. five to ten degrees warmer around the bay. our temperatures will be similar to yesterday getting
into the afternoon. a lot of 50s. partly sunny and mostly cloudy conditions. there is a look at 1:00 in the afternoon. if you notice over the north bay right there around areas of sanoma county and further north into lake county maybe picking up on a sprinkle or two. here is 5:00 and then getting into the evening hours, not much change. it does begin to shift just a little bit late tonight. and by tomorrow, we are looking at rain developing over the bay area. it will start in the north bay tomorrow morning. afternoon highs for today. a5 in san francisco. 56 in oakland. upper 50s in concord. and for the north bay, 54 outside your door, santa rosa. details on the wet weather coming our way in the extended forecast coming up. all right. thank you very much. time now is 7:33. we're following the very latest developing now in the death of san francisco public defender. san francisco police are investigating the circumstances surrounding his death. the 59-year-old suddenly died on friday night of an apparent heart attack.
ktvu joins us live in san francisco with more. sarah? >> a very calm neighborhood right now, but yesterday a much different scene. we'll take a look at what it looked like when police were here investigating. multiple sources tell ktvu that he was found in a home here. a pass report is giving us any tails and an idea about what happened before the death. the points report says a woman identified as katerina called 911 friday night. she told dispatchers a male drank two boxes of wine, had a stomach ache, took a bill and wasn't breathing. the man was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. he was later identified. we spoke to a neighbor who says history was blocked by emergency crews -- his street was blocked by emergency crews friday night. >> i am really shocked to learn that, you know, they found jeff's body there. and that is like really such a
sad thing. >> the police report includes photos that show empty liquor bottles, a condom wrapper and syringes inside the home although it is unclear if the syringes were left behind by first responders. the new information detailed in this report contradicts an earlier statement released be i the san francisco's public defender's office. that is that he was at a north beach restaurant with a friend when he started having trouble breathing. when asked about the discrepancy, a spokesperson says they are aware of reports he found at a different location but added they weren't getting that much information from officials because of hippa privacy laws n. san francisco this morning, ktvu fox 2 news. a 15-year-old in nappa county was arrested on suspicion of making threats about a school shooting. investigators say multiplethreats were directed at american canyon high school on social media on friday night. police searched the student's home but no weapons were found. investigators say the student later admitted the threat was a hoax. and house speaker nancy
pelosi's daughter is condemning the nra today for a magazine article it recently published. christine pelosi tweeted the nra published a magazine headline target practice with a photo of speaker nancy pelosi and photo of gabby giffords. we must condemn this intentional. we cannot allow hate speech to stop this gun violence prevention. east bay congressman will also condemn the article he tweeted out. this is a call for violence by the nra against gabby giffords who was nearly killed by gunfire and pelosi, the most powerful legislator in america. the nra should face legal consequences but let's put them out of business with boycots at the ballot box. in 2011, giffords was injured. since then, he she has been an outspoken advocate for tougher gun control laws. nra has not directly responded to that controversy. mark kelly is announcing
his run for senate in arizona. >> now, i have traveled many miles to stand here with you today. 22 million, i think. >> kelly is running as a democrat who won her seat in a special election after the death of senator john mccain last year. kelly was a space shuttle pilot, flew on the final mission at the space shuttle endeavor. he says he wants to bridge the partisan divide. when it comes to climate change and gun violence, his wife, by the way, gabby giffords was shot in the head while meeting constituents. she did survive and later resigned from congress. california senator kamala harris in iowa over the weekend discussing issues including immigration. >> it actually benefits the economy. it is not a drain on the economy, and that is important to realize. it is about entrepreneurship like your mothers.
it is about being innovative. it is about a small businesses that end up employing others. it is about contributing to the tax. it is about raising future generations of leaders who will sit at tables like this. >> reporter: harris visits iowa on part of a campaign tour through early voting stage. her next stop will be nevada. venezuela turned deadly as the country's leading government continues to block humanitarian aid. at least 200 were killed and more than 300 others were injured in protests at the columbian border yesterday. the united states have simultaneously imposed sanctions while sending 600 tons of food and medicine. venezuelan president refused to allow the aid into the country. he claims that it is all part of a coo attempt. the opposition leader is expected to meet with u.s. vice president mike pence at an emergency meeting if columbia tomorrow. and the president and north korean leader kim jong un are preparing this week to meet for a second time. president trump is expected to
fly to vietnam tomorrow. north korean leader kim jong un has boarded a train to travel there. the two left leaders are scheduled to meet. kim's time in vietnam is also considered a good will visit while the official schedule has not been released, both leaders are expected to meet wednesday and thursday. three years after colin kaepernick took a knee, there is a new anthem demonstration. members of the ole miss men's basketball team here during the star-spangled banner before last night's home game against georgia. six players first took a knee. two more joined in afterwards at the end of the song. they were protesting a pro confederacy rally near the arena. two white saw premise groups were marching to a confederate monument on their campus. colin kaepernick responded by retweeting a post from miami dolphin wide receive. he wrote out it takes courage to take a stand in the face of racism and bigotry. proud of these young men. he included a power fist emoji
and a black and white photo during the anthem. the ntsb are investigating a cargo plane crash that killed three people. the boeing 757 cargo jet left miami yesterday afternoon and was headed to houston whitt took a those dive. authorities say the cargo jet was operating from amazon and was minutes away from landing in houston when it crashed. >> the investigation will be to recover the black boxes. that will be a very high priority for us. >> reporter: boeing says it is prepared to provide technical assistance as it investigates the crash. we will know later today whether oakland teachers will return to their classrooms or continue their strike on monday. the teacher's union and the school district are meeting this morning at an undisclosed location. they took a break yesterday and are returning to the bargaining table today. teachers are asking for a 12% raise over three years and smaller class sizes. district is countering with an 8.5% raise over four years. the oakland education
association will make an announcement at 6:00 on the progress of the talks, and coming up in the next hour, a spokesman for the school district will be in studio to talk about what is next. now, to help parents get the latest information on the strike, we have created a hotline. (510)874-0400. you can call any time for updated information and any new developments. later this morning, police are looking for a man who allegedly tried to lure a 13- year-old girl into his car. what he told her and how she was able to get away. and celebrations come to a close. prediction for what the year ahead will mean coming up. we'll look at these predictions when we come back.
now giving you a view over the east bay. we are all waking up with cloudy skies. mainly dry conditions today before the wet weather returns tomorrow. i have details coming up. well, chinese celebrations are wrapping up. the new year began three weeks ago. there are lots of traditions. lots of ways to celebrate the year of the pig. one of them is through foreigns of reading based on the zodiac sign. well, i sat down with master's son who learned the art from his father and has been doing reading since he was just a child and he says the zodiac calendar can tell us a lot about work, love, health, and even politics. well, basically, i am a life coach using each
principles. >> it is -- you lock at it like they combine chinese astroll jury. >> how accurate do you think this is telling someone how the year of the pig is going to shape up and tendencies are going to be. >> on average, if a foreign teller will be able to achieve 70%, that is really good. because if foreign tellers have ten items, there are seventh item is correct. that is a very good guidance. >> reporter: everybody is curious and wants to learn. >> yes. everybody when day have issues, they would like to have a solution. >> reporter: yes. we could all use a little solution. >> basically it is very similar to the it. it also fixing -- >> oh, that is true; right? >> so that is why i am saying
that those two are very similar. >> what are you telling people about this year the >> okay. this is a goodyear. picked up and raised. there is a translation. and also in the chinese sowed wac yak, the earth is a seen of good luck, good foreign, enjoying life. take full responsibility of their work and take observership of their job and build relationships based upon trust and credibility. and willing to compromise to solve any issue. >> so it is a year of compromise. >> we need to look at the speaker nancy pelosi.
she was born in 1940. and the president, mr. trump, born in 1946, as a fire dog. and chinese zodiac, the dragon and the dog crash because they cannot tolerate each other. >> you say people come back to you every year and say okay, what can you tell me? you say you speak. 15 years; right? >> i have an engagement with a, every 60 years, and every year, i have 40 pages of powerpoint. very detail-oriented. i treat it as a research. >> reporter: and do people come back and say you know what? what you told me, that actually happened? >> it is always a road map. every month, what you were going to do. what you were going to see.
those are law data. >> i don't like to hear bad things are coming. so do people get to say only tell me the good stuff. road map the positive, or do you give it all? >> i have to tell people the bad things. however, there is always remedy. >> a goodyear and a year of change. >> and also more. >> ask compromise. >> i'll take it. all right. he put together a document on tuberculosis new year. we put it together at our website at ktvu.com. really interesting to have him go through and bring this road map. >> to bring out some goodness. >> he says he learned from his father. he has children, and i said well, have they learned? he said nope, they just called me and say when should i do this? what do you think, dad? so it must be teenagers. i am kidding. well, i think if you don't need to learn anything, just make a phonecall. taking bets on midday.
we will tell you. >> yeah. >> well, we got some photos from a big night. look at that view. almost mauled there. what a group. look at that, i know. holding on for dear life. >> it was a lot of fun. how great was it to see dennis richmond there. he looked fantastic. >> well, there you go. >> a hug from him. and i think we were all so excited to see him. it's been a long time. >> yeah, it has been a long time. >> yes. it was a fun night. i think for people who see us on air, a lot of times we are all in our different spots doing our jobs. so when you see those smiles, we really do have a lot of fun just kind of hanging out with each other ask meeting each other's families and significant others and children. >> and i think the viewers kind of think it is cool because it is like a family. everybody kind of gets along. oh, you just work together. no, that's not the case. >> it was fun.
so as a first cable car ride through the streets, how is that as well? >> that blew me away. i have to tell you. it's pretty cool. and i learned that clark is the ambassador. he stood up to there and just waved at everybody. oh many i gosh, sometimes you go through a pocket of people, and oh my gosh, it's dave clark. >> yes. dave clark. >> never sit next to that. >> all right. well, let's get weather because we have a great bit of weather last night. >> yes. >> the changes when there is rain. >> yes. >> so we are going to continue this trend of mostly cloudy, dry weather for today. and then getting intotomorrow, the rain returns to the bay area. more snow for the sierra. there is a look over san jose, i believe, where we do have mostly cloudy skies. storm tracker 2 giving you a you from up above. and you can see that widespread cloud cover. not seeing a whole lot of visibility issues if you do
have to be on the roadway early this morning. talk about the storm first and then we'll get to our numbers for today on the backside. here is a view of what we are expecting getting into your monday afternoon lasting all the way into early thursday. national weather service is already anticipating a flood watch for the north bay. the north bay is expected to get hit the hardest when it comes to rainfall amounts. getting into the sierra, we have a winter storm watch that starts tomorrow morning as well. we'll go all the way until 10:00 a.m. on wednesday for the tahoe area as well as the west slope. i-80. highway 50. right now it looks like the snow level will have a ride about 5000 feet or so. here is a look at the future cast. getting into your sunday. it is going to be a painly dry day. but we have mostly cloudy conditions. the rain will stick to the north. there is a lock at 6:00 so into the dinner hour more of the same. a lot like yesterday, and then getting into late tonight and into tomorrow morning, notice how it begins to sag into lake county as well as sanoma county. and for tomorrow, scattered
showers definitely a possibility for the morning drive for our folks that are in the north bay and then it will continue to spread other into monday afternoon. lesser amounts for the central and south bay. afternoon highs today. we'll go 55. in season francisco. your mostly cloudy sky. 56 in oakland. upper 50s in concord. getting into the extended forecast, temperatures this morning in the 40s for the afternoon. in the 50s. wet weather by monday. tuesday, could be even a little bit windier than monday. but we're going to see rainy, breezy conditions.
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in 2003 earned several grammy nominations. he won for best male country vocal performance that year. a lot of basketball now. the houston rockets minus their star james hardin marched in last night. boy, did they do a number on the warriors. sluggish out of the gate from the opening tip, and houston wins it 118-112. and i mean sluggish. the rockets rolled out to a 12- 0 lead from the get-go. chris paul and the drive and the scoop. two of his 23. more to come playing a sister here. geraldine who will cash in for two more. dubs are down 15 after one on that. kevin durant had 29. he will get fouled on this
play, but still gets it to go now. curry at 25, but it wasn't enough. more chris paul shakes a defender and will bury the pretty little fade-away to right there. 23 points. 17 assists for paul. the rockets spoil the dubs. five-game home winning streak. they win it by six. the warriors hit the road tomorrow for an east coast road trip. game one in charlotte on monday night. these sharks are in detroit today taking on the red wings. they hope to start a new winning streak away from the tank. last night their seven-game ride went poof in ohio. in a big way, they were shut out 4-0. simply, they were the better team that night. sharks struggled. they lose it. let's start. processed or pizza. you may be surprised but the findings of a new study. a slice of pizza may be just the better thing when compared to a bowl of cereal in the morning. the nutritionist says the pizza
contains more protein -- >> okay. we'll say that. well, that protein will help hold your appetite down. what kind of pizza is that? >> that looks like -- >> and you won't be coming off a sugar high that you get from some of those sugary cereals. the study is not advocating that you eat pizza as a breakfast staple. it is just noting that it is better than most cereals. >> i am a big cereal guy, and if you read the box, you are in trouble, because it is just kind of useless c actionrbs, you know. -- carbs, you know. >> it is. >> so i'm buying pizza, okay. >> that is kind of a funky pizza there. coming up next, pope francis concludes a summit against clergy abuse. >> when we come back, his message that he gave at the end. >> and a question surrounding the death of san francisco public defender coming up in a moment. details coming now from a san francisco police report.
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this morning. we got a little coffee. we appreciate you joining us on this sunday, february thisth. >> happy weekend one and all. we will have more details about the sudden death of public defender. some of those are servicing now. we'll have more on where he was found, who called 911 and what police are looking into. we're going to talk about the oakland school district and the union. both are returning to the union station. >> they took the day off. we'll have in studio to update us on those investigations to find out what lies ahead this week. a big night in hollywood. the first academy awards. oscars will go out tonight, and we'll talk about the film that is the odds on favorite to win the best picture. we'll tell you about what makes
the movie unusual and why it would be history in the making if it does win. let's first get you out the door on this sunday. we're taking a look at our temperatures. not bad. not bad. >> a lot better than yesterday morning. yesterday morning below freezing for some of our inland communities. >> that was what was different this morning. i am like oh, i am not frozen. walking to the car. >> yesterday. >> this morning, widespread 40s outside our door. and anywhere from 10 to 12 or 13-degrees warmer for our inland communities. so you may be feeling it. the heater may not be kicking on as often as it yesterday morning. here is a view over the golden gate bridge. we are starting out mostly cloudy. mainly dry for today. and we may squeeze out just a sprinkle or two ahead of the wet weather moving in for tomorrow. sap that rosa is 43. yesterday morning at this hour, freezing literally. napa at 46. liver justice of the peacemore
hello to you at 43 and san jose at 26. the 24-hour temperature spells it out. 11 in nevada this morning. up by ten in napa. up by 9 in livermore. the winds are very light. we're going to remain mostly cloudy for today. the rain moves in late tonight and into tomorrow morning first in the north bay. and for the afternoon today, widespread 50s once again. 5 a5 in san francisco. and upper 50s in concord. 59 in san jose. the cause will be with us for the entire day as we get into tomorrow. scattered showers maybe over the north bay. there are advisories in place for flooding for the bay area as well as for the sierra. details on this and the extended forecast coming up. we are following the latest developments on the death of san francisco public defender. san francisco police are now investigating the circumstances surrounding his death. the 59-year-old died suddenly from an apparent heart attack.
we have ktvu live in san francisco with the laterrest. >> we're by a home right now, and neighbors are starting to weak up and kind of share what they saw on friday. one neighbor had no idea what was going on. there were a lot of elderly people that live around here. and when she saw the ambulances and emergency crews, she really didn't know what was going on, but she did find out that he did pass away. of course, the san francisco police were out here investigating yesterday and multiple sources tell us that he was found in a home right here. a police report is giving us any details and an idea about what happened before the death. a police report says a woman identified as katerina called 911 friday night. she told dispatchers a man drank two glasses of wine, had a stomach ache, took a pill and wasn't breathing. the man was taken to the hospital and pronounced dead. he was later identified. we spoke to another neighbor
who tells us what he saw. >> it was a little after 6:00. my neighbor and i were going out and we said you can't take the car out because there say fire truck blocking. >> now, the new information detailed contradicts an earlier statement released by the san francisco public defender's office. that said he was at a north beach restaurant with a friend when he started having trouble breathing. a spokeswoman says they are aware of reports he was found at a different location and added they weren't getting that much intoer mission from officials because of hippa privacy laws. ktvu fox 2 news. police looking for a man accused of trying to lure a 1- year-old girl into his car. the man driving a white car pulled up and told them that her dad asked him to page her up and dropped him off. when the girl refused to get
inside that man's car and tried to grab her but she was able to run away and hide. the suspect is a south asian indian man with a dark complexion age 35 to 50 years old. the girl told police he had a light blue circle around one of his eyeballs between the white portion and the iris. she said he has shaggy hair, a mustache, speaks with an accent and a lift. he was wearing a ring on his right hand with the design of two overlapping snakes. the man's car described as possibly a white nissan four- door hatchback similar to a rogue or a versa. dark tinted passenger windows and a yellow star with a smileey face on the front windshield. a lot of details. the girl provided a partial license plate, too. and then a six after that. if you have got any information, you're asked to call san ramon. pope francis is planning to hold sexual abusers within the church accountable. the vatican held a summit on preventing sex abuse among the
clergy this week. at the end of today's mass, he wants to expose the abusers with a wrath of god and prioritize victims of abuse. the average bishop of australia struck a similar tone. we will listen to them. believe them. walk with them. we will ensure that those who have been abused and who have abused will never be able to again offend. >> reporter: the church faces a serious of sexual abuse charges among the clergy. the president of nearly 200 bishop conferences from around the world attended. the 52-year-old appeared in court where a judge called allegations disturbing.
he is charged with ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse against four women including three minors. prosecutors met one when he was 16 years old after she asked for his autograph during his 2008 child porn trial. another says he met at her restaurant. the attorney says he gave video to prosecutors that allegedly shows kelly having sex with a 14-year-old girl. obviously, we wish the bond would have been much higher or there would have been no bond. i am not surprised by the results. >> the attorney says the singer did not force anyone to have sex and that prosecutors rushed to judgment. r. kelly has denied allegations of sexual abuse for years. the search has been suspended for the body of a woman who was buried in a landslide in sap francisco. two women out walking a dog on a beach friday afternoon when a cliff above collapsed on top of them. one of the women was rescued after being buried up to her shoulders in the sand.
recovery efforts resumed yesterday for the other women, but by noontime, crews had not found her body. the search was called off because high tide had come in. park officials say there is a possibility the strong currents carried her body into the ocean. at approximately half to two-thirds of the sandy material had been washed away by the action of high tides came in at the base of the bluff. >> authorities say the woman who survived and the dog were not seriously injured. the golden gate national park says rangers will continue to keep an eye out on that in the hopes of finding that missing woman. oakland teachers and the school district will return to the bargaining table today. they are hoping to strike a deal before classes resume. if there is no grievance, teachers say day are going to return to the picket line for a third straight weekday. union and district negotiators
took saturday off u. several thousand teachers and nurses went on strike. they are asking for a 12% payraise. the district is countering with an 8.5% raise over four years. the teacher's union will update the public tonight at 6:00. and in order to have get parents the latest itch formation. the number is 510. you can call any time for updated information. we will talk about ongoing negotiations tomorrow at 8:45. today is the last day of chinese new year festivities in san francisco. firefighters kicked off the chinese new year last night. we had tens of thousands of spectators out there. look at how happy they look. they braved the evening chill, took in the sights and sounds of the parade.
and it was something to see. that 1.3-mile route wrapped around union square and through the streets of san francisco. if you weren't in attendants, we are hoping you are able to watch our coverage of the parade. and even dignitaries. >> this is exciting to be mayor celebrating one of the best times of the year during the lunar new year parade in san francisco. if you are not here, you are missing out. well, here is the lighting of the opening fireworks. this is how you do it. everything in red and gold. those are lucky colors. other so those are prominent. here is the largest celebration of its kind in asia. the crowd favorite. those young dancers. the chinese new year festival brings a lot of unity to san francisco and helpsic kate people about the chinese american culture. >> you got to light the
fireworks at the end of the parade. >> and that you ran like heck. >> i did run. i had done it. the u.s. and north korea are meeting to try to find common ground. colin kaepernick showing support after a group of college hoop play everies take a knee. more on why they were demonstrating when we come back.
good morning. a live look there at the beautiful sky. we have some blues. we have some cloud cover. of course, peter, ifransin. we are looking at a dry sunday. wet monday. details coming up. >> we are playing for a good reason. he said it is time to call it a career. he is announcing his fare well tour. been played a lot the last 30 or 40 years. the legendary brittic rocker suffers from a rare muscular disease. he was diagnosed a couple of years ago. he said he wants to go out on top.
he is scheduled march 1s. i am sure it will be sold out. many othersment comes an album from 1976. that was recorded live in san francisco. he's one of the best. one of my favorites, that's for sure. >> tonight is a very big day. the 91s annual academy awards. sit being held at the building theater in hollywood. there is some controversy this year. there is no main host. the comedian kevin ha recross- examinationt pulled out about controversy from home februaryic tweets from several years ago. he apologized for those but has not returned to host the show. producers are trying to downplay the situation. they are going with an all-star list of precenters that include barbara vice and, serena williams and civil rights leader congressman john lewis. there is growing sentiment that roma is going to win best picture. if that happen, it would make
history because it would be the first foreign language film to win best picture. here is a partial list of bay area people and projects nominated tonight. we have oakland-born. he was an officer in 2017. he is favored to win again. sam rockwell won best supporting actor. he is nominated this year as well for playing former president george h. bush in vice. the oakland director's film. and then pixar has several films nominated including vow. vow is up for best animated short. about a dumpling that growing up as a child. >> of course. three years after colin kaepernick took a knee. members of ole miss basketball team took a knee before last
night's home game against georgia. sings players first took a knee and two more joined in afterwards at the very end of the song. they were protesting a pro confederacy rally near the arena. two white supremacists groups were marching to a confederate monument on their campus. colin kaepernick responded by retweeting the post. he wrote it takes courage to take a stand in the face of racism and bigotry. proud of these young men. including an emoji and a black and white photo of the ole miss team during the anthem. pg ande has canceled moe bonuses because of its recent bankruptcy filing. according to the chronicle, cited california's deadly wildfires and its financial issues in an internal e-mail message to workers. in total, about 130 million- dollars in worker bonuses will not be awarded. the utility said it will not award executive bonuses this year. the moe bonuses were for 2018
and set to be aunderstand nod next month. some 14,000 employees were eligible for those bonuses. we get a break over the weekend. the rain is coming again. tomorrow, tuesday. >> it starts tomorrow, frank, and is expected the last until wednesday. and with that comes advisories. for us here at home once again due to the possibility of flooding. giving you a view there across the bay where we are waking up with mostly cloudy skies. today is a mainly dry day. it is not going to be a big deal as this system starts to move if dropping in from the north. it is going to merge with this system out here. the two combined are going to bring us rain and indiana with. tuesday looks to be the windier day, but the rain starts tomorrow and it will be breezy as well. here is the wind advisory. it starts tomorrow and goes until thursday morning. several inches of rainfall
expected and as we know, our ground is already very saturated. we are likely to see the possibility of some flooding as well as you slide. this will come wednesday morning. this is a winter storm watch for the west slope. i-20 with one to three feet of new snow expected there. at least at the higher peaks. as far as north, oregon into washington. at the moment, the morning drive looks like it is going to be a dry one at least for most of us. could see scattered showers over the north bay. all this would have to do is speed up by an hour or two and we are all with slick roadways. keep that if mind as we get going tomorrow morning. there is your lunch hour. scattered showers over the
central and south bay. and into the afternoon, the evening drive looks wet for almost everybody. tuesdays is going to be a wet one. wednesday scattered showers inth forecast. this is why the north bay has the flood advisory. three to five is a possibility with six inches in wetter locations. perhaps more in our heels. for the central bay one to three inches and for our south bay an inch and a half for some of our wetter locations. that is what to come. mostly cloudy skies and it is a chilly start but a warmer start than yesterday. 45. 24 and along the peninsula. the afternoon highs for today just like yesterday. mid to upper 40s for the forecast for most. 59 the afternoon high for san jose. and this is a look. through tuesday into wednesday with showers lingering into thursday. final days of february.
soggy. february 1 is very soggy. oakland administrators are trying to reach an agreement to end a strike. we're hearing from a school district on where negotiations stand plus how the union is preparing for teachers to walk the picket line for the third time tomorrow. >> stood marks the golden anniversary of a legendary concert. when we return celebrating six years since johnny cash's performance inside s actionn quinton.
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james hardin did a number. they lose it by 6. i mean sluggish. the rockets rolled out to a dozen point lead here. 12-0 after chris paul goes in for the scoop. nice bouncer to green. kevin durant. he get fouled on that play. still get it to drop. curry had 25. it wasn't enough. watch paul get by the defender. it will go in. 23 points along with 17 assists. for him, the rockets spoil the five-game home winning streak winning by six. he hit the road tomorrow for an east coast road trip. game one in charlotte on monday
night. the or kid expedition today in the county fair building. the event kicked off on friday with more than 150,000 or kids there across -- of kids from across the globe on display. >> we have somebody from germany, i am told. a couple of people from malaysia. maybe somebody from china and somebody from ecuador bringing their own particularplan. >> this show runs from 10:00 until morning until 5:00 tonight. and today marks the 50th anniversary of one of johnny cash's most famous concerts.
these are some photos that featured his legendary prison concerts. he died in 2 other 03 and earned several grammy nominations. he won for best male country vocal performance. up next, the president of overseas, but there is a new battle going on in washington. >> why some republicans may join democrats votingg the declaration to build a border wall. a woman is missing following a landslide. trying to figure out what happened on friday afternoon.
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cast away the original monkey. passed away at the age of 22 earlier this week. -- 77 earlier this week. carry on. it is a sunday. mount diablo on what looks like another beautiful day here in the bay area. good to have you with us on a sunday. >> good morning to you. i'm claudine long. let's get you a quick look at your weather. rosemary is joining us now. not as cold this morning, but you are watching this headed our way. you did i and mainly dry for today. monday, tuesday. scattered showers wednesday. yes, make that rain gear or have it handy, i should say. across the bay. we are waking up with a lot of cloud cover in place. not expecting much sunshine. we will remain mostly cloudy and into the afternoon. temperatures in the 40s.
temperatures in the afternoon in the 50s. sit going to be another cool day. winds will be generally light. for the week ahead, we are looking at rain and wind returning to the bay area. sierra snow for the higher elevations all the way down to about 5000 feet eventually. here is a view of the temperatures this morning. 45 degrees in nevada. 48 in san francisco. 49 in oakland. low 40s. good morning to you san jose, you are at 46. for the afternoon, temperatures are going to be a lot like yesterday. this morning, quite a difference. take a look at how much warmer we are in napa by ten. by seven in hayward. our relative humidity is up some and the cloud cover in the of night hours helps to insulate us just a bit. wow, what a difference this morning. 55 degrees the afternoon high for san francisco. 55 in napa. upper 50s in concord as well as san jose. temperatures won't change a whole lot, but we are going to see it transition into wet weather by tomorrow morning. i have details on this system coming up in just a bit. >> thank you, rosemary. the president, north korean
leader kim jong un are preparing this week to meet for a second time. president trump is expected to fly to vietnam tomorrow. two leaders are scheduled to meet. ken's time in vietnam is also considered a good will visit. while the official schedule has not been released, both leaders are expected to meet on wednesday and again on thursday. protests in venezuela have turned deadly as the country's leading gunman has lost human tar yan aide from entering the country. at least two people were killed and more than 300 others were injured in protests at the columbian border yesterday. the united states have simultaneously imposed sanctions while sending 600 tons of food and medicine. the venezuelan president refused to allow aid into the country. it is all part of an attempt. and he is expected to meet with mike pence at an emergency meeting in columbia tomorrow. the house will vote this tuesday on a resolution that would allow congress to end the
national emergency declared by president trump. democrats and republicans say there is no real emergency. president declared that national emergency to fund a southern border wall from mexico. congress has aconstitutionality. >> we will fight him of serving the power of violating the constitution of the united states in the congress and in the court and with the american people. >> on the wall? >> yes. >> will i veto it? 100%. 100% and i don't think it survives the veto. >> reporter: the house is expected to pass and it would mean the support of at least four republicans to get by the senate. the resolution ends up on president trump's desk. as you just heard him, he will veto it. it will be the first veto of his presidency. u.s. customs says that the property types for the border what ulna were built near the
san diego border will be torn down. the eight property types will be removed to make way for a secondary barrier at mexico's border with california. crews have replaced most of the layer of if tensing on the stretch at the border. robert mueler's office has filed a memo against paul manafort. orf. it does not take into consideration how much prison time. the me many actionero claims he deceived everything from book members tobacks and federal prosecutors and members of the executive branch of the united states government. manafort pleaded guilty from two counts of conspiracy arising from consulting work in a separate trial in virginia. kamala harris is in high high over the weekend. she's discussing issues including immigration. >> it actually benefits the
committee and is not a drain on the economy. it is about entrepreneurship like your mothers. it is about being innovative. a. it is about contributing to the tax. it is about raising future generations of leaders who will sit at tables like this. >> reporter: the visit to iowa all part of a campaign tour for harris. the early voting states. her next stop will be in nevada. california democrats gathering in sacramento for their annual conference. this -- convention. this is video from last year's event down south. this year, more than 100 party delegates are meeting for the three-day event. the delegates will vote on a new party loder today. it comes after a series of defeats in the 2018 election where democrats swept all statewide races and picked up seven u.s. house seats. high tide forced the national park service to suspend recovery efforts for a
woman who was buried by a landslide. that woman was walk ago long the beach friday. there is a possibility that the woman's body may no longer be on the beach. and beach access remain blocked. park visitors and rescue crews crews saved the woman. >> reporter: the golden gate national park service says the landslide came down on to the beach and hit two women in their mid 20s as they walked a dog. >> one woman was buried up to her shoulders and was pulled out by bystanders. both that woman was transferred at the hospital and the dog.
they are in safe hands. >> reporter: san francisco fire department searched until dusk on friday but never found the missing woman. then overnight, high tide came. she is now considered deceased. >> at approximately half to two-thirds of the sandy material had been washed away by the natural actions of those high tides. it came in right against the base of the bluff. >> reporter: recovery efforts resume saturday morning, but by noon, crews still had not found the body. park officials say there are two possibilities. the first is that she is still buried at the base of the 200- foot bluff. >> the other possibility is as i mentioned is that the strong currents last night carried that body out into the ocean. >> reporter: when high tide returned saturday !err!, crews were called off of the beach for their own safety. well, the national park service rangers say they'll continue to monitor that bluff and in the hopes of finding the woman. until then, they are not releasing her identity until
her family is notified. in san francisco, martinez, ktvu, fox 2 news. well, pg ande has canceled employee bonuses because of its recent bankruptcy filings. according to the chronicle, the utility cited the deadly wildfires and financial issues. in an internal e-mail message to workers. this total, about $130 million in worker performance bonuses will not be ad. the utility has previously said that it would not award executive bonuses this year. the employee bonuses were for a 2018 performance and were set to be announced next month. some 14,000 employees were eligible for those bonuses. up next, san francisco police investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of public defender. >> we'll talk more about what a police report says about his final hours. >> and parents of school kids oakland don't know whether or not a teacher strike will resume tomorrow. ahead, we're going to hear from the oakland unified school district and what union leaders have told teachers. so far. stay with us.
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cloudy stretch of the day. that is not going to change. i'll have the details on what you can expect for your bay area sunday and when the rain is expected to arrive coming up. okay, rosemary, thank you. teachers and the school district will return stood. they are hoping to strike a deal before classes resume. they are on the picket lines for third straight day union and district negotiators took saturday off but are meeting at an undisclosed locations. and. and has upped their offer. the teacher says it will update the public about the labor dispute tonight at 6:00. ask joining us in studio this morning is the spokesman person for the oakland school district. food to have you with us.
time is of the essence. how come nobody was at the bargaining table on saturday. >> we did go long on friday. and i thought maybe we could come together. >> and this morning undisclosed location. >> and we are back at it this morning. and the sticking. and the district has come up. >> well, we started at 3% over three years. we moved up to 5% over three years. and so, it is.
right now, we're going through for next school year. and so, we are in a situation? we do hear that there are consultants that you folks use that perhaps the teachers are saying why don't you get rid of them, and it gives some of that money to the teachers. can you address that? >> unfortunately, it is not that simple. consultant followers. a lot of them are set aside for very specific things. we have $67 million worth of contracts that apply to consultant kind of tag. 40 million of that is restricted. it cannot be used for ongoing pay for teachers or anybody else. $11 million goes for transportation which we are required by the state to provide. we are happy to provide. we support our kids getting to and from school. that is $11 million right there. another $4.5 million goes to school site contracts for one thing or another. the principle or other staff onsite need to bring into the classroom or professional
development and things like that. so we want to have them having the autonomy to make the decisions they want with their money. and then beyond that, there are a lot of things that we, the district simply need to function as a business. one of the things is our business matform. the software that we use. we have to pay the licensing on that. there are a lot of different things like that we have to have. we could use 2 or $3 million. our staff is working to find areas where we can save to put that money boo something like teacher's pay. >> the union president says he's going to buy 3000 ponchos to get people ready to hit the picket loins again. we have rain -- the picket lines again because we have rain monday and tuesday. are you guys prepared for the long haul. this doesn't work out tonight? >> we are going to be open. all of our schools are open. we have staff there. we know where to have some kids there. we are going to be taking care of them, supporting them. education will continue, and of course, we have food and other
things that the kids need. >> and how about numbers? do you have any idea of attendance on thursday or friday? >> it was admitly pretty light. no doubt about it. oakland is a union town. our kids and our family support our teachers. we support that. we support our teachers as well so there definitely was a lot of solid arty between the students, family. we didn't have as many kids as we would like. we would like to sew more. >> rob ross was at freemont high. they have a student body of over 815 kids. most of them, their parents said you have to go. they didn't want to be there. and we understand. that is not business as usual. normal classes are not happening the way we always see them. and so some parents are deciding maybe the kids should just stay home. and we understand that, but we do want them in class because we can help them. we can assist them. we can continue their negotiation. >> do you have a message for parents that are going to wake
up tomorrow that say are they coming? are they going? what are we going to do? >> this is a situation where we know there is a disruption. we know that our schools are there for our kids and we want to see our kids in class. >> we will hopefully get some good news tonight. i know the union is going to speak at 6:00. i would imagine after the negotiations today which will carry on most of the day; right? >> absolutely. they are working hard at it. >> lock the door. hopefully you'll get something done. thank you so much. for joining us. now, we tried multiple times to reach oakland education association president. gentlemen in the middle, keith brown, to also speak to us this morning. we were unable to reach him, but earlier announced that he will update the public about the strike as mentioned. tonight at 6:00. the union is asking for a 12% pay raise over three years. teachers say they are getting support from their students. they have been rallying together outside schools as well as planned demonstrations throughout the city. the kids -- they are already hurting without the
resources. so this one week, however long it takes, you know, is only able to hear us. >> this has been especially positive whether i go to school or not. at the end of the day, they are fighting for the quality of my education. teachers say they are fully committed to getting a new and better contract. the contract expired two years ago. we are at the union offices right now. the teachers say they will make more pickets and signs later today. all right. weatherwise, there are picketers out there tomorrow. imagine they better bring a raincoat; right? >> you're right. it is going to be not only cloudy for tomorrow, but the rain is expected to arrive early on, and it is going to last for a few days. we are looking at several inches of rainfall, especially over the north bay, and that is where we have an advisory to talk about. first, a look outside our doors at this hour. we are where we are mostly cloudy. mainly dry for your bay area sunday. we have a sprinkle. maybe two. shouldn't be a big deal. today we'll call for mostly cloudy skies, but this system dropping out of the north is going to merge with a second
system over into the pacific. the two combined are going to bring us not only rain but wind and sierra snow once again. here is a look at the advisory. it starts tomorrow and thursday morning. widespread for the north bay. we are looking at four to five, maybe even six inches of rainfall. our soils are already saturated. we could definitely see, not only flooding, but some mud slides and debris slides and rock slides. we'll be tracking it all for you right here on ktvu. heading to the sierra this week. there is an advise right here as well. it starts at 10:00 a.m. and goes until wednesday morning, and this is for the west slope highway 50 as well as i-80 and into tahoe with a lot of snow coming our way if that area. here is a view of the futurecast for you getting through your sunday. pretty uneventful. another cloudy day and another cool day. starting in the 40s this morning. we'll check on those current conditions in just a moment. we want to take you into monday, though, because by monday morning, it looks like scattered showers are definitely a possibility although the rain looks to hold
off at least through the morning drive. as we get into the lunchtime hour, 1:00 or so, a little bit more widespread. definitely over the north bay. light showers falling over the central and south bay. and then as we get into the evening drive, it is going to be on. and we are looking at wet windy weather if tuesday. scattered showers on wednesday. maybe getting a break on thursday. as far as rainfall amounts, anywhere from three to five inches in the north bay. could see up to six in our weather locations. six or more in our higher elevations and coastal range. one to three inches for you there and for the south bay. an inch to an inch and a half for some of our wetter locations. that is what is to come. this is what is happening right now and our mostly cloudy skies. 48 in downnd town san francisco. 46 to start your day in the north bay of napa, and into the south bay, 46 for san jose. afternoon highs for today under mostly cloudy conditions. mid to upper 50s expected for you in the north bay. you'll go to 55 napa in the
south bay. you'll go to 59 for the east bay. 57 the afternoon high. for areas over hayward there. there is the extended forecast. wet, wet, and wet. getting through wednesday, maybe a chance of remaining on thursday. temperatures don't change a whole lot. upper 50s to low ever 0s as we round out the final days of february. >> more snow in the sierra. >> just what they need for crying out loud. >> my goodness. be prepared. thank you, rosemary. coming up next, it is not always easy to explain to your kids what is happening around our world. some ktvu alumni have some funded project to keep your kids informed on some current events. we'll talk about that and hollywood tries to put controversy behind it tonight at the academy awards. the all-star cast at presenting tonight's host awards. stay right there.
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always fun. they don't have a host. comedian kevin hart. and the awards show is trying to downplay that situation with an all-star list of precenters including the hikes of barbara st are actionerei issand. and civil rights leader john lewis. a foreign language film could win best picture. some awesome predictions. >> there is no host, but the 91s annual academy awards show will go on. made in the biggest category of all. roma is shaping up to lead the best picture pack. >> no film has ever won the oscar for best picture. that appears it is going to change when roma wins the best price. that award has ten nominations. >> the oscar's expert says
there is a clear frontrunner for best actress, but it will still be a show-down. >> glen close in "the wife" verses lady gaga in "a star is born." the oscar will go to glen close. this is her 7th career nomination and she has never won. >> he doesn't think gaga will walk away empty handed. >> she will get the award for best song for shallow. >> the supporting actress can be less predictable. >> this is a category where we see the big surprise. the big supporting actress shocker could be marina in roma. >> reporter: he is calling bohemian rhapsody for best actor. >> he plays a real person, transforms on screen and overcomes adversity. it is a real physical performance. >> reporter: supporting actor? >> it looks like green book is going to repeat if there is an upset. watch out for richard e. grant in "can you ever forgive me." tonight at 5:00, we'll see what happens.
>> on to hockey, the sharks are taking on the red wings today in detroit. they hope to start a new winning streak away from the tank. last night, their seven-game ride on the road in ohio in a big way. the sharks struggled and lose it. >> reporter: thousands of people in the streets of san francisco ringing in a year of the pig. >> a look at some of the sights and sounds of the chinese new year's parade coming up. >> and some familiar voices have a fun new project? keeping you up to date on the news. how some former ktvu staffers are delivering the news in a fun and easy to digest format.
of course it's nice to wake up with everyone this morning. here is a beautiful shot of the golden gate bridge. when we look over the hills, it warns us that change is coming. we enjoyed clear skies last night in san francisco and we are enjoying some warmer temperatures today. but you better joint because you know who is bringing in the rain. >> rose mac >> we should give her credit. we give her credit once i subliminal one is not. >> today is monday -- sunday, february 24. good morning. weather with rosemary but for serious news to kick off. we continue to follow details of death of san francisco public defender jeff a duchy. more on what we are learning about where he was found and who called 911. and for some parents is not easy to get their kids interested or educated about current events. we will talk about some ktvu alumni including tori campbell about creating a kid friendly
news podcast. >> thousands of people packing the street of san francisco last night to bring in the year of the pig. if you missed it or were there and want to see orca but we will take you back to it. let's take another look at last night's fun and it is a san francisco tradition that we all look forward to and really a great event and it did not disappoint last night. >> it did not. we had a good time and good weather and dry weather and a little cool but not too bad the clouds were in place and the relative humidity up just a little bit and with that this morning we are waking several degrees warmer than yesterday. here is a view across the bay. looks like san jose from this wind of you and we are looking at san jose this morning with
49 degrees. livermore at 45. oakland now at 50. upper 40s in napa and santa rosa at 45, as well. a cool and cloudy start. is today temperatures were down by 5-15 degrees from where we start this morning. now that the sun has been up for some time, we are seeing more of a turnaround and looking at temperatures still 7 degrees warmer in novato then yesterday at this time. son close -- getting into sunday afternoon. there's a look at the lunch hour. mostly cloudy. ran to the north. it sinks a little bit as we get into the evening hours. here we are at 5 pm. still dry. maybe a sprinkle or two today. sunday night we are at about 11 pm here, and there you have it, just edging into sonoma county. today is a dry day. a cold and cloudy day. things us change tomorrow
monday through wednesday. afternoon highs and dry conditions today. 55 in san francisco. 54 in pacifica. before san mateo and for the in respect, 58 the afternoon high in concord. the next rain will bring advisories for the north bay and the sierra. i have details coming up in just a bit. we are following the latest of elements on the death of sam cisco public defender jeff a duchy. police are investigating the circumstances run his death. 59-year-old died suddenly friday from heart attack apparently. here's the very latest in san francisco. we are by a home on telegraph hill. right now very calm but yesterday was a much different scene we will take you to some video of what it looked like out in this neighborhood would san francisco police were out here investing in. a police report is giving us new details and an idea about what happened before i duchy death. police say he was having dinner
with a woman at a restaurant and he was complaining of stomach place. they took a uber home and woman called 911 friday night and said a man drank two glasses wine, had a stomach ache and then wasn't breathing. please confirm that a duchy was confirmed death. >> this is a very quiet area. we are dead in the street off a dead end street. something comes up the street and looks out. >> for that neighbor to see all of the emergency vehicles at here definitely was a surprise for him on friday. the new information details in this report contradicts an earlier statement released by the public defender offers that said he was eddie murphy's restaurant with friend when
he's and having trouble breathing. when asked about the discrepancy, a spokesperson said they are aware of reports he was found at a different location. the spokesperson added they were not getting much information from officials due to privacy laws. a medical examiner investigator said an autopsy will be performed either today or tomorrow. san ramon police are finding searching for a man to find a man who tried to lure 13 your girl into his car. it happened 5:30 pm friday not. the girl told police in detail that a man driving a white car pulled up and told her that her dad had asked her to pick her up in the drop her off at her house. least say the girl refused to get in the car, he tried to grab her but she was able to run away and hide. the suspect described as a south asian indian man with a dark complexion between the age of 35 and 50. the girl telling police he had a light blue circle around one of his eyeballs between the white portion on the iris and
said he has shaggy hair, mustache and speaks with an accent and has a lisp. she said he also was wearing a ring on his right hand with designs of two overlapping snakes. the man's car described as possibly a white nissan four- door hatchback. maybe a rogue or a versa. it had dark tinted back passenger windows on a yellow star with a smiley face on the front windshield. the girl provided a partial license plate with the numbers seven hm and then a6. if you have information, call the san ramon police. a happening today, the second annual black joint parade and festival kicks off in downtown oakland but that's where it will start at 12:30 pm at 14th and harrison street. the festival begin at 20 broadmoor. today is the final day of the chinese new year festivities in san francisco.
and we love that tradition. firecrackers kicked off the chinese new year parade last night. thousands of spectators braving the evening chill but taking in the sights and sounds of this suit tradition. the route was 1.3 miles lie wrapped on union square and then into north beach. if you were not attending we hope you watch the coverage of the parade. we talked to lots of people last night and joined the parade festivities. and that grand marshal was there. >> excited to be mayor of such a wonderful city. one of the best. if you're not here, you're missing out. a lot of fun. very enthusiastic. there she is learning those fireworks. the parade featured more than 100 entries and there was a lot of red and gold prominent among the floats. those are good luck colors. this is the largest celebration of its kind outside of asia.
lots of people in the parade young and old. these dancers were a crowd favor. the parade organizers say the chinese new year brings unity to san francisco and gives a chance to educate the community about china's american culture. there were 20 floats in this year's parade and participants were dressed in vibrant and festive colors. they said it was a thrill to be part of one of bayer's biggest event each year. all the floats were movable works of art. lots of colors and eye-catching decorations. we had a cable car going through that parade as well. one had a very special guest on board. there he is. dennis richman. so great to see him. our old friend and former longtime ktvu news acre. dennis and his wife deborah. they rode along with our news team and it seemed like old times again. >> i remember this from all the years that we did this. and it you never get over it. so much fun. it feels so good that when
people act like they like me. [laughter]. >> we do like you! >> this was such a great moment for all of us to hang out with dennis again. he first joined the ktvu team in 1968 and became an anchor in 1976 and then spent decades on the desk bringing you your news. he anchored last with julie of course. and julie was anchoring the parade last night along with ben fong torres. today is the final day of the festivities including the chinese community street fair. the fair features live entertainment including children performing martial arts and rhythmic dances. more than 120 booths set up with food and items for sale. this is on grant avenue. organizers said they want to build a family atmosphere. one big attraction -- we do
mean big -- is a photo op with a giant puppet. >> we came out from a little visit from austin, texas with all the fair was going on and one to come by and check everything out and see the local culture. get some food. lots of good food. the fair just begin minutes ago and will run until 5 pm tonight in chinatown. oakland teachers and school administrators expect to go back to the bargaining table today. the two sides tried to work toward a deal to get teachers back to work monday morning but there's still no agreement. we will update you. >> not always easy to explain to kids all it's happening in the world around us. so we have alumni with a new project keeping kids informed on all the current events. we will talk to them next.
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today is friday, february 22, 2019 and we begin -- longtime ktvu viewers working is that force. that's tori campbell and part of a team of ktvu viewers that come together for a podcast aimed at educating our youngest news consumers. the mission is give us five minutes and we will give your kids the world. let's introduce you to the team behind this project. all of them have a deep
background. here and in news. with stephanie who is the founder and editor. we also have kim hunter who is editor and acre. all in studio with respiratory is coming up in just a little bit and we will talk to her. welcome back to ktvu. tell us about this. when it comes to news, it is one of those things that every time we have young viewers, we want them to be consumers. we want them to be a part of this. why do you think it's important to change the format to speak to them to make >> i love the news. i worked at the news 4 million years and always have the radio on in the car and we get a newspaper at home and my kids are now nine and 11 and started getting interested in what they're hearing and seeing. in the morning i look at the newspaper and i would say no. there were photographs and headlines that i just didn't think were appropriate for him. them. so we start look around for newscast for kids and didn't find one. >> and all of your moms.
when you produce the more news, you start mornings on to here. it's different when you credit for the audience. morning nudist is specific compared to night news. hard tradition to say which age group you are trying to reach to make >> the age room is about 6-13. it is different. we are looking for stories that kids will be interested in and their parents are fine and happy with them hearing. we want them to have a smattering of everything. politics, current events, sports, entertainment and everything. and we search high and low and we find stories that we really think will resonate with the kids they could talk to their friends about. most importantly is that the parents never have to worry. >> news is about a conversation. and kim, when you're doing this and talking and speaking to kids through these podcast, how does it change in terms of how you want to deliver it. i feel like you kind of want to be cool so they want to listen
to you. but you want to make it really easy for them to digest. >> there is a learning curve for sure coming from tv where you have the visual you can use your hands and be animated. but in a podcast they are just listening. you it is all about your delivery and trying to come across in a way that is kid friendly without being cheesy is definitely a challenge. but we are working on it and tori and i are getting there. we have our little in-home studio so it's all a big learning curve but a lot of fun. >> the in-home studio is important because tori campbell is in singapore. and tori joins us now. here's the magic of technology. we are bringing you altogether. how has it been for you on this new project and being part of getting back into news. although if you like you never left us. >> it's hard to believe it's been almost 4 years since i left ktvu. i was looking for something to do that was still in the news
but more flexible. i did some voiceover work for a little while. but i loved doing this podcast with three of my amazing colleagues. and the beauty of being able to do it here in singapore, you know, all you need is your laptop and microphone and earphones. and you can record it anywhere. the video you just saw was from the bomb shelter here in our apartment. i've been able to travel all around the world and do the recordings from anywhere as long as i can communicate with my team via email and skype. >> you guys have gotten a lot of actions. i've seen testimonials from local school district saying hey, this is great for us. what do you think the biggest challenge is about trying to make sure that what you are getting accomplishes the goal. because what you're putting into these products as well in terms of content. five minutes and will give the world. that's a difficult thing to do. five minutes and tv is not very long. >> it is. fortunately like i said, we
have a great team. rosemary does a amazing job of calling through hundreds of different sources to find five or six new stories per day. and we usually err on the side of caution. you can put a story out there and say oh gosh, maybe that was too much for kids. he can't put the toothpaste back in the tube. so we mainly try to focus on stories that are -- spent oh, i think we lost tori. she taught about trying to call through the stories and saying how to figure out where to hit the net with these kids. i took the quiz but there's a quiz we should tell people about on your website. >> how did you do can make >> i did okay. but it is interesting because it's different. you're talking about football issues in sports. and things that really affected their world, right. >> that is our goal. is to hit things that will resonate with them. and we find these stories that
they can talk to their friends about. that's really what it is. the key is that they are timely just like a newscast. it's today's news and yesterday's news and tomorrow's news and very current and very relevant for them. >> stephanie, any subjects you don't touch core? we talk about politics but we are nonpartisan. we don't talk about things that will scare kids. we don't talk about death and dying. we talk about stuff they can share with the kids and things they could talk to their parents about. we try to educate them about a wider world that will scare them. >> kim, you have the best feedback as you have kids yourself. what is the biggest feedback you get from saying this is what i do? >> it's different based on who you're talking to. if you talk to parents they like a certain source. my 12-year-old loves the fortnight stories. anything about video games. sometimes the parents are like can you do less foreign night stories. they don't want them to be
addicted. the variety is great in the quiz is great. we have a piece at the end called one for the road. sometimes it's trivia and sometimes it's a deeper dive into an earlier story. we get great feedback on that because kids are honing their listening skills. because they really pay attention during the podcast so they can get the quiz questions) >> that's awesome. tori, we got back. we are little bit of time but have you got feedback from folks in the bay era were like, tori i get to hear you again and what a treat of the next generation of news consumers listening. >> yet. it is. really very gratifying that people are still listening. i still have my ktvu tori campbell facebook page and i let everyone know about kid news there. it's really nice to get the positive feedback. literally we have not heard anything negative. people really seem to like it, both kids and kids love the quiz. i have a friend who is a teacher
in the sacramento area. she shot me a video of the kids literally sitting on the edge of their seats listening to the quiz and they shout out the answer and then they are really quite to hear the next question. so it's really gratifying to still be involved in the news but in kind of a more flexible way and i don't have to get up so early in the morning and worry about the heron makeup. >> well, you look fabulous. it's great to see all of you guys. i think this is an incredible group of journalists and to have you guys come together, i can't imagine anything not being fantastic and successful. i will listen and then maybe i can do better on the quiz. it was great talking to you tori and maybe parents should have a little competition with their children to see who does better. we will put some links on our website as well to help everyone find the pod cast. and everyone should be listening. rosemary, i think this is something maybe we will listen to every morning before we start our newscast.
>> great idea. we have little ones as well so we can appreciate that. outside at this hour, mostly cloudy skies. we can appreciate the day. it will be dry and there's the cows grazing once again. just reminding us to take it easy out there for the bay area sunday. tomorrow, we're looking to hopping into this atmospheric river once again coming our way. it will bring us several inches of rain as we roll through the second part of the business week. anywhere from 5-7 inches of accumulation expected. i will detail that just a moment. here we have a flood advisory starting tomorrow until early thursday morning. for the north bay because this will be the bull's-eye. rainfall. we could see several inches of rainfall. that could bring not only flooding but slides. debris, mudslides. things like that. we will be here tracking it all
for you. here's a view of what is expected in this era. a winter storm watch with snow levels that 5000 feet. this advisory starts tomorrow goes tell was a martyr. we could see anywhere from 1-3 feet of snow for the higher elevations there. future cast went out that sunday will be a dry day. mostly cloudy but by tomorrow morning, things change. scattered showers popping up. right now it looks like the system will hold off for the morning drive. we may have scattered showers but unless it speeds up in the next 24 hours or so, we're looking at a fairly dry morning commute. at lunchtime, notice widespread especially the norton bay with scattered showers and light rain central south bay. and into the evening drive, we're looking at what weather. this is monday. tuesday also going to be wet and windy. wednesday scattered showers. maybe lingering into thursday. as far as rainfall amounts, 3-5 inches for the north bay. could see six and some water locations. maybe more in the higher elevations. central bay 1-3 inches. and the south bay up to an inch
and a half. that's what's to come. this is what we expect noon today. widespread 40s this morning. in widespread 50s this afternoon. mostly cloudy skies. 55 in san francisco. for the peninsula, 57. east bay 58. north bay 55 degrees in napa with rain in the graphic sicking to the north for today. here's a view of the extended forecast. as you can see, redeveloping tomorrow morning and the getting into tuesday. rain perhaps even stronger winds. showers on wednesday. thursday's, will say there's a chance. we know how to handle this. >> my umbrella never leaves the car. thanks rosemary. the giants had a soggy week of training. ahead of the first spring
generations of san franciscans have learned to swim there but the bubble pool has a makeover. the pool reopened this weekend and that's a crowded pool. it had a whole new look after undergoing a multimillion dollar makeover. the 2012 clean and safe's park bond provided renovations. the bubble pool is the fifth of six in) that was built post world war ii and one of nine public swimming pools in san francisco today. houston rockets minus their star james harden came in last night and did a number on the warriors. sluggish from the get-go. they lose 118-112. sluggish beard is rolled up a 12-0 lee before the warriors woke up. chris paul with a little drive and scoop in a bank or two of
his 23. a bouncer to joe greene who will cash in for two more. warriors were down 15 after one quarter. kevin durant led goals with 29. he will get fouled on this play. gets it to drop. curry had 25. not enough. chris paul had a lot of assists and a little teardrop right there. 23 points. 17 assists for paul. they win it by six. warriors hit the road tomorrow for big east coast road trip in charlotte on monday night. it is a pivotal day in the labor dispute between oakland teachers and the school district. when we come back, the negotiations taking place at this hour at an undisclosed location. plus an interview a short time ago with the district, coming your way. >> questions on the sudden death of san francisco public defender jeff adachi. will give you the details on the police report.
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final final for peter frampton. and it will be played in the bay area and october tickets go on sale march 1. it harkens me back to a day on the green, 1976. you guys were pretty young but i was hanging out at the open coliseum with santana, lynryd skynryd, the outlaws and the great peter frampton. it was quite the show. >> good to have you with you here on sunday morning. thanks for waking up with us and to hanging out. let's get a quick look at the weather with rosemary. >> enjoy the day. while it lasts. >> i'd rather be out there grazing with the cows. giving you a view of what we can expect for today. mostly cloudy this morning. mostly cloudy this afternoon. temperatures in the 40s and
then in the afternoon in the 50s. and that sums up the sunday. it will be quiet with mostly cloudy conditions. as we get into monday, the rain is on its way in and looks like it will just miss the morning drive unless it speeds up over the next 12--18 hours or so. by the afternoon, expect the rain to fall and a few days of rain. enjoy today. it's a dry one. 50 degrees in oakland right now. 50 in san francisco. 47 in novato. for the inner east bay, 45. a chilly start. cloudy and it makes it feel even colder. 49 in san jose. these numbers are way above where we started yesterday morning with cloud cover in place helping to insulate us in the overnight hours. relative humidity up a little bit. in novato up by 7 degrees from where we were yesterday at this hour.
getting into the ethnic, the clouds won't go away. in fact they will thicken as we get into the evening hours. there's a look at 1 pm and then 6 pm. the sunset very close to 6 pm these days as we get into the evening hours. it begins to shift into lake county and areas right on the edge of sonoma county at about midnight. maybe a few speakers in these areas. as out of that, dry today with mostly cloudy. widespread 50s. upper 50s in fremont. and in the north bay, 55 in napa. rain on its way. and rice tomorrow. snow in the sierra and advisories to talk about. i've details coming up on the extended forecast. we found the very latest of elements on the death of san francisco public defender jeff adachi this morning. police are investigating the circumstances surrounding his death. the 59-year-old died suddenly friday afternoon of an apparent heart attack. we are live in san francisco with more on his passing.
>> reporter: we are by a home on telegraph hill. of course it's called this morning but yesterday a different story. we will take you to some video of what it looks like when san francisco police were in this area investigate. a police report is giving us new details about what happened before adachi's death. the reports that a woman was having dinner with adachi at a restaurant and said he was complaining of stomach pains so they took in uber back to an apartment on telegraph place. the report said a woman identified as katerina call 911 friday night and told dispatchers a man and two glasses of wine, had a stomach ache, took a pill and was not breathing. san francisco police said he was found unresponsive in a home at telegraph place but would only say it was quote a death investigation. we spoke to a neighbor who is reacting to the news. >> i am really shocked to learn that they found jeff's body there.
that is such a sad thing. >> reporter: the new information detailed in this report contradicts an earlier statement released by the san francisco public defender's office. that said adachi was at a northeast restaurant with a friend when he started having trouble breathing. when asked about the discrepancy, a spokesperson said that they are aware of reports he was found at a different location. the spokesperson added that they were not getting much information from officials due to privacy laws. a medical examiner investigator tells us an autopsy could happen either today or tomorrow. the search has been suspended for the body of a woman was buried in the landslide at fort in sepsis go. the lady was on the beach when the cliff collapsed. one woman was rescued but recovery efforts resume for the other woman. the search was called off because of high tide. park officials say there's a possibility the strong currents
took her body out to the ocean. >> at approximately half to two thirds of the sandy material had been washed away by the natural actions of those high tides. they came in right against the base of the bluff. 30 say the woman who survived and the dog were not seriously hurt. the goldengate national park service and rangers will monitor the bluff in hopes of finding the missing woman. a 16-year-old in napa county was arrested about making threats about school shooting. it investigates a there were multiple threats directed at american canyon high school on social media friday night. police searched the students home and did not find any weapons. they say the student later admitted that the threat was a hoax. >> oakland teachers of the school district will return to the bargaining table this morning. they're hoping to strike a deal before classes resume tomorrow morning. if there's not an agreement, teachers say they will return to the picket lines for a third straight day. union and district negotiators took saturday off but our
meeting today at an undisclosed location here in the east bay. several thousand teachers, counselors and nurses went on strike last thursday. 40 minutes ago, oakland unified school district spokesperson joined us to talk about the major sticking points. >> were talking about school district that has a very tough financial situation currently. there is not a lot of money. right now we are in planning stages going through for next school year. we will be cutting almost $22 million. that is what staff is recommending. so we are in a situation where there's just not a lot of money. the teachers union is asking for a 12 percent raise over three years. the latest offer from the school district is 8 1/2 percent over four years. we tried multiple times to reach oakland education association president keith
brown to speak to us this morning. we were not able to reach him but he announced earlier that the union will update the public about the strike later tonight at 6 pm. we are currently outside the union offices. we are hoping to talk to them on camera before tonight's announcement. union did tell us it will have teachers in the office building with more picket sites out later today. pope francis is vowing to hold sexual abusers within church accountable. the vatican held a special seminar preventing sex among clergy this week. at the end of today's mass, the pope said he wants to expose abusers with the quote wrath of god. and prioritize victims of abuse. the pope said that clergy sex abuse and coverups threaten the mission of the catholic church. the arch bishop of brisbane australia sent the similar tone in the homily. >> will bring all that we can to bring justice and healing to the survivors of abuse. we will listen to them. believe in. walk with him. we will ensure that those who have been abused and who have abused are never again able to offend. >> the church faced a series of sexual abuse cases on the
clergy. high-ranking church leaders from around the world attended this week son met. >> i just set bond at $1 million for singer are kelly. he turned singer r. kelly. he appeared in court yesterday for a bond hearing. the judge called the allegations against him disturbing. starts with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse against four women including three minors. bhaskar said he met one of the accusers when she was 16 years of age after she asked for an autograph during his 2008 child pornography trial. another accusers said she met r. kelly at a restaurant at her 16th birthday party. attorney michael avenatti said he gave a video to prosecutors that allegedly shows kelly having sex with a 14-year-old girl. >> obviously we wish the bond would have been much higher or there would have been no bond. i'm not surprised by the
result. r. kelly's attorney said the singer did not force anyone to have sex and that prosecutors rush to judgment when they charged him. r. kelly has denied allegations of sexual abuse for years. the the ntsb and faa are investigating a cargo plane crash in texas that killed three people. the boeing 767 cargo jet left miami and was headed to houston when it took a nosedive and crashed near the airport. 30 say the cargo jet was operating for amazon and was just minutes away from landing in houston when it crashed. >> a priority for the investigation will be to recover the black boxes. that will be a high priority for us. boeing issued a statement saying it is prepared to provide technical assistance to the ntsb as it investigates the crash. >> nancy pelosi's daughter is condemning the entry for magazine article it published. christine pelosi tweeted the nra published a magazine headline target practice with a vote of the speaker and former
representative gabby giffords. we must condemn this intentional outrageous criminal assignment. we cannot allow this hate speech to stop common sense. gun violence prevention. east bay congressmen also condemned the article tweeted that this is a call for violence by the nra against gabby giffords who was nearly killed by gunfire and speaker policy. the most powerful legislator in america. the nra should face legal consequences but let's put them out of business with boycotts and ballot boxes. 2011 giffords was seriously injured in a shooting that killed six people. since then she has become a very outspoken advocate for tougher gun control laws. nra has not directly responded to that controversy. gifford's husband, former astronaut mark kelly is announcing his run for senate in arizona. >> i traveled many miles to stand here with you today. 22 million, i think. >> kelly is running as a
democrat against republican martha mcsally who one her seat in a special election after the death of senator john mccain. kelly was a space shuttle pilot and flew on the final mission of the space shuttle endeavor. he said he wants to bridge the partisan divide in washington when it comes to climate change in gun violence. >> a big night in hollywood. a pixar film is nominated for an oscar tonight. we hear from the director of bal and how she turns a chinese dumpling into a highly decorated film. >> we are going to go to scottsdale to get a look at spring training.
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good morning. giving you a live look there over san jose. waking up with mostly cloudy skies. some of us thinking about the oscars tonight. here is one son. it's nominated for best song. bradley cooper is nominated for actor in a leading role. and so is sam elliott for the actor in a supporting role. lady gaga also nominated. we have that to look forward to for the evening hours. >> for today, another dry one. cool with rain on the way. i will have details of the extended forecast coming up. >> three years after collin kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem, there's a new anthem demonstration. members of the old myth men's basketball team not done during the star-spangled banner before last night's home game against georgia. six players first took a knee, two more joined in after the
end of the song. they were protesting a pro- confederacy rally that was near the arena .2 white supremacist groups were marching to a confederate monument on the ole miss campus. >> collin kaepernick responded to the anthem demonstrated by retreating a post that said it takes courage to take a stand in the face of racism and bigotry. part of these young men. he included a power fist him og and a black and white photo of the ole miss team during the anthem. >> the weather in arizona still anything but optimal for spring training. giants got their first preseason game against the angels. here's a look at this year's giants roster. >> a rare sight this week at giants can't. sunshine. the team held its normal morning workout in scottsdale which would be the only action of the day for most projected regulars. then about 30 players lusted
over to tempe diablo stadium for the cactus league opener against the angels. chris stratton got the start allowing two runs in his only inning of work as he battles for a rotation spot. >> every time i come to camp i have to win a job anyways. that really anything new. just go out there and try to do my best. >> another guy with plenty to play for. cameron who batted leadoff and is in the minor league but could grab a starting spot in the outflow. >> it feels good and having a chance to get your legs under you. the energy and the heart to beat and heart racing. it's fun. >> at the other end of the experience spectrum, top prospect joey bart who got his first spring at bat striking out looking on the seventh inning. is swatting an infield single in the ninth. >> i know if i take care my business go about my ways the way i do things, everything will take care of its self. i put pressure myself to do this or that, and it would be a
lot harder to get out there and play this extremely tough game as it is. >> i asked bruce bochy if giving bart at bat is a party. he did point out that he doesn't want joey just sitting around. there's definitely opportunities behind the plate and at the plate for the top prospect. scott has just a sweater on there but it's like low 50s in tempe, arizona right now. supposed to be warm during spring training. >> they are having some unusual weather there in arizona. and we have soggy weather here. >> but we typically hope for soggy weather in february. and we will in february on a wet note. we have got several inches of rain possibilities coming our way in the next few days. here's a view of the system dropping out of the north. it's going to co-mingle with
atmospheric river over the pacific and the two combined will bring us wet and windy at times conditions. giving you if you hear into wednesday, thursday between monday and wednesday. we are looking at anywhere from 3-6 inches of rainfall for the north. with that comes a flood advisory. in the center bay, 1-3 inches expected. in the south bay, maybe an inch and a half. higher elevations could pick up a little bit more in the north. santa cruz mountains probably not as much. here's a look at the advisory for the north bay. widespread. it starts tomorrow morning at noon and then going until 4 am. we are to know the ground is very saturated with all that rain expected in the next few days, we could easily get flooding and debris flow and rockslides. so we will be here following it
all for you. here's a view of what is expected for this era. by tomorrow morning, a winter storm watch comes into play and will last until wednesday morning. for the west low. i waited,-50 highway 50 and all the lake tahoe area, expect winter travel there for the next two days. today we will be mainly dry with a coup when his store. temperatures will not change a whole lot in the afternoon with 50s in the forecast and then we get into monday morning the scattered showers a possibility. especially in the north bay. it will be really iffy to see if this storm speeds up enough to bring us rain in time for the morning drive. right now it looks mainlyll change by the afternoon. there is the evening commute. it will be a wet one. going to take you to tuesday. there's the morning drive. i will take you to tuesday afternoon. there's the evening drive. so it's going to be a slick road and hectic over the next few days. just brace for. here's a view with the temperatures. mostly cloudy skies at this hour. slowly rebounding paid 50 degrees in oakland. upper 40s in novato heard
southbay 49. at this point were looking at 50 degrees in concord. cool 45 in livermore port afternoon temperatures range from 54 in pacifica and in the north bay 55 expected for napa. extended forecast has rain on for monday. tuesday windy. showers on wednesday. macy chance on thursday. >> pretty much the whole week. >> all right. we will look out for it. >> and it is important to get that water. >> it's the story about a steamed chinese bun. it's pretty cute. when we come back we will sit down with the creator of the film bow. how she turned her love for food and her family into an animated movie and believe it or not, it's up for an oscar. coming up.
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from the moment you step on board. the bay area is well represented at tonight's academy awards. pixar has several films nominated including one for best animated short haired ktvu amberly sat down with the creator of bow, a woman who was born in china and raised in canada. living the hollywood dream now. >> my grandma and china still plays mah-jongg even though she's 94. >> she shows pictures of family
and artwork at pixar studios. they are the influence behind her academy award nominated eight minute long film, bow. >> we like how shiny and glossy and squishy like a steamed bun looked so we decided to make him kind of a combination. >> bow means dumpling attorneys pg brings life onto the big screen with her love for family and food. the 29-year-old said she drew on a conversation she had with her mother. >> she said i wish i could put you back in my stomach so i could know exactly where you were at all times. >> i said oman, that sweet but creepy. i just had this urge to tell the story that i had this personal connection to of this overprotective mom character learning to look over little dumpling periods be mick she wanted to showcase our food and love are linked in the chinese culture. my mom and my dad would say i love you, they would say have you eaten yet? anymore. you're eating too little or too much. >> at the same time she hopes to show the universal theme of
bow learning to let go of loved ones resonates with all cultures. she was joined by a mostly female team in creating this film including the producer. >> if you could leave hungry and think about your mom, that really was our goal. she is grateful that her is among five that received the oscar nomination from intern at pixar to its first female director for a short film in a span of just eight years, she said her success comes from pushing herself beyond her comfort zone. she is the little girl from china who immigrated to canada with her parents before coming to the u.s. as an adult to pursue the dream of sharing her journey. >> i always just wanted to continue telling stories with drawings and get paid for it. that was my goal growing up. >> amberly, ktvu fox two news. >> i will be rooting for her tonight. here is a list of bay area
people or projects nominated also numbing for the oscars. a partial list, i should say. several actors are hoping to take home those gold satellites. statuettes. sam rockwell grew up in daly city and he one best supporting actor last year and nominated this year for playing former president george w. bush in vice. and then there is black panther of for best picture as well. >> good luck to black panther. >> we hope so and good luck to us this week with weather. >> yes. make sure you have the raingear handy. it's going to be breezy at times. rain expected to start tomorrow morning mid afternoon and is going to just keep coming for a few days. we will be quite soggy when it is all said and done. there is a view of your extended forecast. notice the temperatures not budging a whole lot.
low 60s for the entire week ahead. and just plan for the rain during the first part of the week and a chance on thursday. >> all right. clear out your gutters. that is sunday fun thanks for joining us this morning. of course all the latest news developments right here on ktvu and our website at ktvu.com. we are also always updating our social media platforms as well. have a great day. sure you've been here before but when's the last time you shared a moment like that? or felt like this? or screamed, like...
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