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an elderly woman out walking her dogs killed by a suspected drunk driver.>> she was really a wonderful person. >> friends have identified the victim as carolyn allen. >> authorities say she was crossing the street with two of her dogs when she and one of those dogs were struck and killed. that happened at about 10:00 last night in san anselmo at woodside drive. we have live coverage where police arrested the driver. >> reporter: they have identified the driver as 30- year-olds james boswell, he has been booked on suspicion of
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driving under the influence. all-night people have been dropping off lowers where the crash occurred along this busy thoroughfare.>> she is a buddy of ours, her dogs were friends of our dogs, we would meet at the field.>> reporter: those who knew carolyn allen described her as a youthful spirit. she was a wizard of finance, a bookkeeper and accountant. her dogs were her children.>> she was a friend.>> she loved her dogs.>> wonderful neighbors. really the best.>> reporter: allen on eight routine walk with her daughter saturday night was crossing the street right in front of her home. neighbors say she was in the crosswalk when a car heading northbound did not see her or her dog and crashed into them.
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police marked the crash, and what you don't see our break marks. her and her dog died at the scene, another dog rushed to the hospital with a broken leg in stable condition. police arrested james boswell also from san anselmo. he had been driving under the influence. neighbors say he tried to hide.>> he was not drunk enough to realize the implication of what he had done and still try to hide in the neighbors yard, he really was reprehensible beyond even being drunk.>> reporter: the posted speed limit 25 miles per hour, yet many drivers go way beyond that. neighbors put up signs alerting drivers to slow down. some would like to see flashing lights or speed bumps.>> people drive way too fast in this neighborhood, this street, we have children that get dropped off at this corner. >> it is too dark. they need to put some lights
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and make it safer and people need to slow down.>> reporter: allen lived with her longtime partner, her caretaker. he came outside and saw what happened and collapsed. he was rushed to the hospital. >> he came out and she was already a bit in ill health.>> reporter: james boswell has been booked into jail for felony dui and vehicular manslaughter, his bill is currently set at $500,000. emergency crews recovered the body of a man who was seen floating in the ocean. deputies say they got the call at about 11:20 this morning. the sheriff department says the body was not readily identifiable, they plan to release the man's name after his family has been notified. the body was spotted near the ritz carlton hotel, deputies say a couple people have been
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swept out to sea over the past few weeks in that area, a senior at hayward high school ground while the morning as poplar state beach. his body has still not been found. last thursday a car was seen driving off of a cliff along highway one about 11 miles north of the ritz carlton. the driver of that car has not been found either. now to berkeley where a memorial has been set up for one of three people who were killed in three different bay area cities on friday. police say the same man is behind all three homicides.>> stephan jefferson was arrested, we have the latest of what we have learned about one of the victims.>> reporter: one of the victims was known around people's park, which many know as a haven for the homeless. friends tell me he knew his alleged killer fairly well.>> reporter: a rally against the
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plan to build dorms was held sunday afternoon.>> it's kind of like a shock. i could not stop shaking. >> reporter: anthony thomas and others gathered nearby to remember a friend killed here friday, police say he was known as stone. >> they shot him. >> reporter: he was born and raised in berkeley, loved his son and often attended his little league games. it was here he engaged in a favorite pastime they say. >> he loved it.>> he was one of my favorite opponents.>> i really liked playing him he really likes playing me.>> reporter: he often played chess
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with jefferson, a man described as a regular here often doing good deeds.>> he was one of us. >> reporter: now accused of heinous crimes, police say he killed marcus jackson in oakland on 41st and market street at 10:15 friday morning. then drove to the baby district of san francisco and killed laurent davis at around 1:30. at 2:40 it was when cal was shot and killed as people's park. later jefferson turned up in south lake tahoe where douglas county sheriff deputies exchanged gunfire with him. a sergeant was hit in the head where jefferson finally gave up.>> we shot at us and we shot at him. >> the murders remain a mystery at this point, some as people's park suspect he was on drugs and dealing with mental issues at the time.
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the charges carry a sentence with life in prison and no chance for parole or the death penalty. >> how did they find him in nevada? >> they put on all-out search for this vehicle and deputies spotted the vehicle later that night, on friday night is when he engaged in gunfire with him and one of the deputies was shot. they eventually caught him and he gave up. i will never forget yesterday. my missing finger will forever scar me physically but it is going to remind me how vulnerable we are and also how heroic each one of us can be. >> for the first time we are hearing from the rabbi that was shot while delivering a sermon at a synagogue in southern california yesterday. a woman was killed, three others including a child were
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injured. what the rabbi says he thought when he saw the man pointing his gun right at him. >> no matter how dark the world is we need to think of light. >> the search for answers continues.>> we do not see a connection to other groups, it was a hate crime no doubt about it that the investigation will continue.>> reporter: police identified the gunman as john ernest, a san diego resident and student at cal state. authorities are looking into whether he is connected to a nearby mosque fire last month which caused damage but no injuries.>> we are working with the police department and the fbi to determine his involvement in the arson about one month ago. >> reporter: on saturday the suspect opened fire at a congregation about 22 miles north of san diego. a 50-year-old woman died trying to shield a rabbi, three others injured including a 34-year-old man who took shrapnel to his
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leg trying to protect children.>> here is a young man standing with a rifle, pointing right at me. i looked at him and he had sunglasses on, i could not see his eyes or his soul.>> reporter: yesterday and sunday police deployed to various religious centers to keep them safe.>> the sheriff department is conducting additional patrols at houses of worship throughout san diego county.>> reporter: ernest is facing one count of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted murder. it's been one week since the easter sunday terrorist bombings in sri lanka, the archbishop held a special service today which was televised for worshipers. local catholics have been told not to participate in religious activities in their churches out of fear of more attacks. the bombings targeted for churches and three hotels killing 250 people including at
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least four americans.>> it's really hard. from the time i came my aim was to bring more people here.>> the government has deployed nearly 10,000 soldiers to hunt down members of two islamist groups believed to have carried out those attacks. and mother is looking for answers three years after her teenage son was shot and killed outside of a bowling alley in the east bay. at 10:30 we revisit the case on tonight ktvu unsolved. significantly cooler than the last couple days and the record one we saw is going to be very different this week. i will let you know what to expect as we get going. a busy day for bay area sports fans as to teams continue their playoff runs. coming up we bring you highlights from today's
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warriors and sharks games.
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one man is that in baltimore, seven others injured after a gunman fired into a crowd during an evening cookout. the police commissioner said a man approached the crowd in the west part of the city at about five clock and began firing. the commissioners of the shooting appeared to be extremely targeted but did not elaborate and he did not discuss a possible motive. the commissioners said that shell casings were found in two
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different locations in the area indicating that there may have been a second gunman or someone firing back at the first router. no arrests have been made and the conditions of the victims have not been released. the city of seattle is in shock one day after a crane collapsed onto a busy street, four people were killed and four others injured. a california woman is among the dead. >> reporter: following the collapse of a massive construction crane into a usually bustling streets, some residents say the crane was shaking as strong gusting wind moved across the area. the crane fell from the roof of a building onto several lanes of traffic on saturday crushing at trapping six cars on her knees and killing four people. the seattle fire department says two of the dead were crane operators and the others were in cars smashed by the crane.
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for others including a four- month-old were taken to hospitals after sustaining non- life-threatening injuries.>> my heart aches for the families that lost someone today and for the workers that lost fellow workers. >> reporter: firefighters evacuated the inside of the building and the impacted areas. local authorities are working with state officials to determine the cause of the crane collapsed. >> we make sure this will stay locked down for as long as it takes.>> reporter: the governor described the incident as a terrible accident in a twitter post urging people to avoid the site, writing in part police stay at the scene and allow them to do their work. we now know that one of the people killed yesterday was a college student, the names of all victims will be released by the medical examiner's office on monday. two playoff games in one day, both the warriors and the sharks played at home today and we saw plenty of folks at oracle arena wearing
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sharks gear.>> it's the first time we've been one of these games i'm always at sharks games but i did not have a jersey. >> it was the same scene at the shark tank where there were fark thanks wearing warriors shirts. >> we have highlights of both games, a good day for warriors fans and not so great for sharks fans.>> we were telling the story on sunday both teams had a game we're going to tell the same story on tuesday, bay area winter sports fans can deliver the fact that both their teams were playing well into spring. game one against houston, this went right down to the wire, the warriors led by five, hardin drives hard to the group, he's filed by johnson makes the free throw, a two- point game and curry did not
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have his best game but he made this one that really counted. the warriors are backup by five but the rockets were not finished. they pulled to within three and paul bolts away. harden came up, paul is called for being out of bounds, you will see in a minute here he makes contact with the official. that earned him his second technical of the game and automatic ejection. they will await a possible fine or suspension, the warriors grab the first game, the rockets were not pleased to say the least with the fact that green was not called for a foul on the last shot by harden.>> called the game how it is supposed to be called and that is it i will live with the results but call the game how it is supposed to be called it is plain and simple.>> i have been filed by james on a three- pointer before.
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>> mike getting the buck off as the sharks try to take a 2-0 lead, and their series with the colorado avalanche. kane is there for the follow- up, the sharks held that lead for a period but colorado had already scored and then the sharks give it up in there and. tyson barry there for the follow-up, colorado went for a 3-1 and then held on for a 4-3 series, they are headed to denver for game three on tuesday and as we said both teams will again be in action on tuesday. we had a chance to see 60 vintage cars from around the world today in san francisco, the 29th annual event paid
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tribute to the most famous road race, it ran from 1927 to 1957. the cars were on display in nobhill, they went from alphas to bentleys.>> there are other cars that you probably know that our flashy, these just look like the underside of a spoon and strive very beautifully. they are great cars.>> the cars and drivers came from seven teams states and from overseas including japan, switzerland, colombia and canada. were tracking the weather, lots of fog in the last couple days which has set us up with this cooler pattern. last week no fog, record high temperatures for a couple days. highs in the upper 80s and low 90s, now we are back to this deep marine pattern that's going to set us up with a cool week ahead. certainly a mild day tomorrow, highs today generally in the
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70s or mid-70s, tomorrow about the same not a lot of 80 degree readings, mostly 60s and 70s. that area to the south you can see it's down here that is a low pressure center that's the first mechanism, then there is another low pressure center out here that follows up and comes in after this, that continues the onshore flow. lots of fog and deep marine layers, that's the plan. the wind right now relatively onshore. that will bring the fog and low clouds inside the bay tonight, out along the avenue it has been foggy most of the evening, temperatures right now generally in the low 50s that's where they stay tonight, low 50s and mid-50s and tomorrow morning this marine layer which is deep, a couple thousand feet well over the coastal hills, that will push inland and that means a cool start to the day which means a cool finished
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here monday. i don't mean 90s or 80s but 70s. tomorrow a lot like today. a presidential candidate brings his campaign to the bay area, hundreds of people show up to a rally in support of beto o'rourke. opening statements of where warehouse trial and how long is expected to last.
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beto o'rourke greeted a crowd of supporters today as he
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made a campaign stop in san francisco. the former texas congressman held a town hall style rally at the irish cultural center. >> ladies and gentlemen the next president of the united states, beto o'rourke. >> reporter: beto o'rourke gained national notoriety when he ran for the public senate seat against ted cruz. he lost but a close race had many hoping he would run for president.>> i had worked for him in texas for a senate campaign and the number of times during that senate campaign people would mutter to me or say to him why are you not running for president? it caught on so much during the texas campaign that it was not a surprise that the question was something he was going to
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think about. >> reporter: on sunday several hundred came out to the irish cultural center in san francisco to hear him speak about the issues they care about such as the plan to achieve universal healthcare.>> it's not medicare for all it's called medicare for american what it says is that the tens of millions of fellow americans who have no care at all right now, enroll them in medicare immediately. secondly if you have insubstantial care, cannot afford your premiums, your co- pays, the size of your deductible, you can elect to move over to medicare and we make sure you can do that. if you have employer-sponsored insurance you like, if you are a member of a union i just talked to the culinary workers in vegas and he likes that employer-sponsored plan and to skip that because it works for you and your family, your able to do that.>> reporter: and bringing change to our current political structure. >> let's not just get big money out of our politics, prohibits numbers of congress taking political action and checks,
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contribute to campaigns. >> reporter: he is not taking any political action committee money.>> he says he supports auto voter registration for when a person turns 18 and he also says another focus should be on available clean drinking water, it's not just flint michigan but other parts of america such as south carolina, people don't have access to clean drinking water and that's going to be one of his focuses. california has moved its primary to super tuesday which means voters will head to the polls earlier than usual. >> now you don't have to do really well in iowa or new hampshire in order to be a viable candidate because if you can make it through to california and do well there
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you are suddenly one of the top candidates.>> analysts say having california's vote on super tuesday could me more candidates will campaign in the state. more fallout from the mueller report, why william barr is threatening to cancel his testimony on capitol hill.>> police looking for a break in a cold case three years after a star athlete from the east bay was shot and killed.>> whether williams was the intended victim of the gunshots, we don't know. it's here!...
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a senior and star athlete at oakland high school and wanted to play sports professionally, but before he could realize his dream and juan williams was shot and killed outside a bowling alley in alameda. >> now still no arrests have been made. >> reporter: as a boy antwan williams loved sports. >> he was very very active. >> reporter: his skill started young. >> he would ride the bike without training wheels at three.>> reporter: by the time he was a senior he was a standout in three sports.>> he played for, baseball, track.>>
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reporter: he has dreams of becoming a professional athlete, several colleges expressed interest in him. his future seemed bright.>> he had a pure joy about him. >> reporter: on november 19, 2016 antwan williams wanted to celebrate, his mother says one of his top choices sent him a letter saying they were interested in him.>> he got a letter from mississippi, he was like mom me and my friends got the same letter for college we want to go celebrate. plus it was a young man's birthday.>> reporter: the party was at the south shore bowling alley in alameda, you can see him walking in.>> just a family entertainment place. just right there by the beach. i had no clue.>> reporter: no clue that 2 feuding groups would also show up that night.>> some group from oakland, some groups from berkeley and we know they did not get along.>> reporter:
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tensions were high all night and violence erupted just minutes after surveillance video captured antwan williams leaving the bowling alley. security footage shows him and his friends here in the parking lot behind the bowling alley about 9:00 that night. from the other and someone opened fire. antwan williams was shot in the head. >> reporter: he was taken to highland hospital and died as they moved him to the icu.>> he was a loving gentlemen. he had a bright future ahead of him. he was an outstanding individual, he was loved. she did not deserve this.>> reporter: so the principal was close to him. >> he had this enthusiasm and positivity.>> we know that somebody knows something. >> reporter: police say investigators have interviewed many witnesses but most refused to cooperate.>> there might be a lot of innuendo or
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presumptions or rumors but what we need is i know or i saw. >> reporter: after almost 3 years police don't know if antwan williams was the target. >> we know it was multiple shots fired into a group of people.>> reporter: homicides in alameda are relatively rare. a killing right near crown beach unheard of.>> that's like one of the safest choices that kids from oakland can make in terms of how to spend their saturday night. >> reporter: friends and coaches gathered on the football field to pay their respects.>> it let me know that he was loved and everything i taught him and everything i instilled in him he lived by day by day.>> reporter: she wants whoever killed her son behind bars.>> we need to get this individual off the street. i would not want another family to go through this, ever.
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now to the ghost ship trial, testimony is expected to take about three months. the creative director is charged with three counts or three dozen counts of involuntary manslaughter. prosecutors say both men are responsible for the 36 lives lost when the warehouse caught fire in december 2016. defense attorneys argue there are scapegoats taking the fall for the negligence of others such as the buildings owners and we will have in-depth reports involving the fallout following the tragedy. it's all begins this tuesday. lawmakers and people who support gun control came together to discuss gun safety with community members. a couple hundred people gathered at the dominican university this afternoon to
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hear from jared huffman and mike johnson. the lawmakers are talking about what's being done in washington to make schools and public places safer for everyone. the bill would require federal criminal background checks on all gun sales the congressman says he holds that the law will help ease some of the anxiety around gun safety.>> we know for a fact students at all levels are worried, they are anxious about the possibility of shootings in schools. we know parents and family members are and anything we can do to address these issues i think is important.>> thompson is the chairman of the gun violence prevention task force. he and huffman were joined at the town hall meeting by groups including moms demand action, the brady campaign and sandy hook promise. police are investigating a
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report of a sexual assault this morning at a fraternity house, investigators have not said what fraternity they are looking at, they said the house is located near the intersection of channing way and college avenue, the victim is a uc berkeley student. so far no word on a possible suspect, if you have information you are asked to call berkeley police. a man on probation found an unusual way to try to hide his gun from police. the sheriff department tell us is deputies were helping police with a probation search yesterday when a sheriff deputy opened up a container of protein powder and found a gun inside wrapped in foil. since the man is on probation he's not allowed to own or possess a gun and he was arrested. the gun was confiscated. and legendary musician facing controversy, why some sports teams have now stopped playing a famous rendition of god bless
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america. is cool out there and it will stay that way, this week is not going to get that warm, we will let you know coming up. a well known restaurant went up in flames last night, what investigators think caused the fire. seresto, seresto, seresto.
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night, firefighters got the first call at about nine a clock last night of a fire, flames and smoke were coming from the roof of the two-story building, the restaurant is on the bottom floor. there is a residence on the top floor. one firefighter suffered a minor injury, all customers and staff evacuated the building safely and firefighters were able to rescue a trapped dog. investigators think the flames started in the kitchen area and are likely the result of a grease fire. there's more fallout from the release of the mueller report, william barr is threatening to cancel his testimony over concerns about the hearing format. >> reporter: william barr is expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee on wednesday. but whether he also will testify before the house judiciary committee on thursday is in doubt. because of the way that the hearing is being set up on the
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house side. we have learned that jerry nadler wants to have judiciary committee staff question the attorney general, not just lawmakers. the justice department takes issue with that indicating that barr agreed to be questioned by member of congress, and other staff members. >> they're going to spend all their time meeting up on barr and continue the hoax the president was talking about and a better word would be project team. it's what clinton made famous you do something wrong and projects that conduct unto your opponents.>> reporter: democrats also wants to be able to go into closed session with the attorney general. if nothing changes on the house
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side according to a house judiciary committee source the attorney general has said he will not testify on thursday. one democratic member is going to that for her house colleagues.>> they're going to have to work that out, he is the attorney general of the united states we have not seen him in the senate since his confirmation hearing.>> talks are expected to resume on monday. new developments tonight on the investigation into boeing 737 max jet series, owing to deactivated a safety feature on the 737 max jets that have been standard on earlier models of the plane. the report says the faa and the largest customer southwest airlines were not told right away that the future had been turned off. that feature signaled when
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sensors were receiving different information about the angle of the nose of the plane. boeing has not specifically said why they turn off dealers and alert system. mark zuckerberg is expected to have a different message this year, he usually shares up messages about how facebook is building communities with big plans for the future but after privacy and security scandals involving accusations that the social network was being used for fuel violence and record-setting fines from the trade commission is more likely to start about the coming issues facing the company. the new marvel movie is smashing box office records. we will tell you how much the vendors and game brought in during their opening weekend. the numbers are staggering.
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a beautiful day, coming up we will have the work week forecast. seresto, seresto, seresto.
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a legendary singer known for her rendition of god bless america is now at the center of
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diversity.>> it all involves lyrics from a couple other songs that are decades old.>> reporter: the first lady of radio, and a presidential medal of freedom honoree. kate smith is best known for her iconic rendition of an american classic. the lasers version of god bless america has long been a staple of the seventh inning stretch at new york yankees games as well as philadelphia flyers home games. but recently the yankees held the rendition, two songs performed by her in 19 41 featuring racially charged lyrics. reaction in philadelphia is even stronger, the flyers not only announcing plans to halt her rendition of god bless america but to remove a statue of the famed singer from outside wells fargo center. she has a special place in flyers history, her rendition played at a game in 1969 developing into what fans saw as a good luck charm, as almost
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every time her version was played the flyers one.>> is part of the tradition and i think they should keep it. i think if they want to win they better keep it.>> reporter: 36 wins, three losses and one tie. as for the decision to stop playing the song and remove the statue, the team issuing a statement saying while kate smith's performance of god bless america cannot be erased from his place in flyers history, that rendition will no longer be featured in our game presentations. earlier today we completed the removal of the kate smith statue from its former location outside of our arena. while family members who passed away in 1986 argued that the songs weren't satire of the area and held no prejudice towards anyone. while the flyers and yankees have suspended their use of god bless america it will still play daily on the boardwalk in the community of wildwood new
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jersey. a classic version claiming those two teams overreacted to pass racially charged lyrics. temperatures much cooler than last week, all because of this far that is pretty deep, around 2000 feet deep so with that inland extended fog push we are seeing temperatures today, tomorrow and the next couple days dropping off. about where they should be or below average but not warmer than average and i think we mostly see 70s this entire week. to the south the green area representing lots of drizzle and mist, some sprinkles around santa barbara but that's one of the mechanisms, it is pulling in that high-pressure center and then there is another one that slides through. that weakens further so that's how the week goes, we're just going to have a deep marine layer, one in the south and one in the north, we are going to see breezy conditions along the
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coast, wind surface on the bay you're going to love this, a good weekend or good week for sailing. lots of sailboat racing on the bay right now and the weather would be good for that. as we look at the wind right now generally out of the west or southwest it makes sense, temperatures in the low 50s and this is the story for the whole week. when you wake up tomorrow morning you're going to see it inside of a, probably over in hayward and oakland and berkeley. with that said we might see a bit of drizzle late tonight and early tomorrow morning because of the proximity of these lows. overnight lows with patchy fog and lots of low clouds in the morning will be generally where they have been, that's in the 50s so this is the forecast model for tomorrow.
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you'll see the fog pretty far inland, yellows are 70s. it's not that different from what we had today. mid-70s and upper 70s, a couple low 80s, vacaville could hit 80 but for the most part were looking at 70s. 78 in pittsburgh, 72 in the valley. the wind is flushing everything out but not what it was last week. this will help out with the hayfever sufferers, moisture atmosphere has a tendency to keep pollen from floating around. the seven in san bruno and 67 in san mateo, the five day forecast takes you right through the week and you kind of get the picture here, wednesday and thursday it warms up a little bit in time for another week low pressure center to come in and increase the clouds and cool us down. no extremes here. not too hot and not too cold,
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just right. some incredible figures from the opening weekend for the movie avengers endgame. the film made an estimated $1.2 billion around the world this weekend. $1.2 billion, it shattered the previous record set by avengers infinity war which made $640 million for its opening last year. endgame also broke the opening record in north america, making an estimated $350 million in north america this weekend. captain marvel was a distant second with just over $8 million in ticket sales, the curse of lyra breakthrough and shazam rounded out the five box office hits this weekend but this is just amazing, 90% of all u.s. movie ticket sales this weekend were for avengers
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endgame. coming up, nature in action, take a look at this the incredible video that shows a part of five killer whales attacking another well. sharks trying to go up two games to none in their series against the colorado avalanche, did not quite work out the way they were hoping.
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warriors fans are happy today, sharks fans not so much.>> that was a game that distinctly favor the rockets, the warriors took six games to win their series against the clippers and in addition clay thompson and steph curry were questionable with cranky ankles, both played in a game that the warriors led most of the way, they are very happy they had durrant on the game, two of his 35 points to put the warriors up by four, now less than one minute to play hard and drives hard to the hoop for two of his 35, he's filed by thompson, makes the free throw and its two-point game. curry did not have his best shooting game but he made this one that counted warriors
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backup by five was 26 seconds left. the rockets pulled to within three, chris pulls the ball away from durrant, hardin comes up with a chance to tie, paul is called for being out of bounds, he will make contact with the official, that earns his second technical of the game and automatic ejection. the rockets await a possible fine or suspension, the warriors went 104-100.>> there's this guy named michael something. kevin has run these last couple weeks and has been off the charts. the most skilled basketball player on earth, one of the most skilled basketball players to ever play the game. he is just an unbelievable talent and i feel like he just had to turn it up and lift us up and that's exactly what he
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has done.>> another double warriors and sharks day in the postseason, pregame honors and a 2-0 lead in their series with the colorado avalanche. san jose grabbing the lead, the shot blocked but kane with the follow-up, the avalanche took control on the second. colorado already scored at the sharks gave it up in there. tyson barry for the follow-up, 2-1 and holding on for a 4-3 when, even at one game each and headed to denver for game three on tuesday. the new york yankees came limping into town with half their team on the injured list and they proceeded to hammer the giants in three straight games. lots of judge fans but nobody got to see him, the yankees did
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not need them. already a 4-0 lead in the third that's when torres got a hold of one, if you know the giants you know the odds of them coming back from a deficit like that. 8-0 to 6, this time sanchez gets into the pitch with a runner on, a three-game sweep with their most lopsided win of the series, 11-5 in this one. happy 26 thursday to matt chapman. they had to feel like in pretty good shape, like on amount of all people a three run shot game tied again but not for long after a single and a walk. a running start from second when justin puts a single to left, no trouble coming home.
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5-for toronto as they sweep the series and in fact they have won six in a row over oakland the last nine games. >> that's impressive hearing him talk about kevin durant.>> that's very high praise. he's on firsthand and if he puts durrant in that same category that is high praise. police make an arrest in connection of the shooting spree that left three people dead in three different bay area cities last friday.
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authorities say the shootings began in oakland and continued in san francisco and ended in berkeley.>> police say it's the same man behind all three killings. stefan jefferson was arrested friday, we have more details in the case.>> reporter: one of the victims was pretty well- known around people's park which many know as a haven for homeless. it's not clear why he was killed friends told me he knew his alleged killer pretty well. >> reporter: a rally against the plan to build dorms around the park was held sunday afternoon.>> it was a shock i felt like i had a heart attack.>> reporter: anthony thomas and others gathered nearby to remember a friend killed here friday by stefan jefferson, known to those here as stone.>> i guess he was talk


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