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this is ktvu mornings on 2 weekend. >> good morning to you. welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, february 19th. and i'm claudine wong. >> you only know what we talked about prior to the show. goodness. i'm frank somerville -- i'm frank mallicoat. we've got a little weather in the news. some of the headlines this sunday morning. we are keeping a close eye on the anderson reservoir as we reported here on mornings on 2 yesterday, it did go over its capacity. >> and so since we have a lot more rain headed our way, we are going to talk about concerns and what's happening at the oroville dam as well and we have new video to show you this morning of a sinkhole. look at that. >> unreal. >> frightening, that's los angeles. there was a rescue that followed. >> and look at the water down below there. southern california being hit very hard by these storms, five people have died. we will have more on the situation down in southern
california shortly. and we are also going to check in so the sierra. lots more snow expected over the next few days. >> of course that's great news for skiers and snowboarders. it can be a treacherous drive home. let's go over to rosemary who is tracking this storm. kind of already here, more headed our way? >> this is going to be a doozie of a storm. >> white flag, huh? >> yes. we've got light rain that will fall over the next, we will call it, 12 hours or so, and then by tonight that's when the brunt of the system sweeps through and we have wind as well as some heavy rain coming our way. here's a live look outside our doors across the oakland estuary towards san francisco, the overcast skies back in place, the scattered showers already falling this morning. take a look at your temperatures at this sour, santa rosa 48, san francisco 48, oakland 51, 46 in livermore and san jose checking in at 48 as well. here's a look at stormtracker
2, go in close, take a look at the east bay where we are seeing light, scattered showers at this time, past 580 stretching towards 680 through milpitas, we have some there in livermore, closer to the bay we have got hayward as well as fremont with a little bit of light rain falling and over the north bay, we've got santa rosa, farther north into areas like cloverdale, saint whata reporting -- saint helena reporting light snow. talk about our advisory first, this coming later today into the afternoon and notice it sticks around all the way until tuesday morning, we have the possibility of flooding and that watch is for the entire bay area. meanwhile, if you are thinking about heading to tahoe, there's a lake wind advisory in place now. i'm sure there will be more advisories popping up due to the snow that is coming our way as well as the wind. here's a look at what this system is expected to bring us
anywhere from an inch and a half to 5 inches and the models are looking even wetter today than they were yesterday, so i'll show you that. gusts expected to hit about 50 miles per hour in some areas, especially along the coast, especially in our hills, and again we are looking at a winter storm watch for the sierra. so when i come back i will detail the time line of this system, we will take a look at the rainfall amounts and in the extended forecast when we will finally see dry weather coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. the days and weeks of rain have created problems for the bay area, drivers, homeowners just really bogged down with all this wet and all these problems expected to continue with these latest storms. >> yeah, it's been a long winter indeed. reservoirs and creeks are hitting levels they haven't seen in years and ktvu's allie rasmus joins us live in the area in pleasanton with a look at conditions there. good morning, allie. >> reporter: good morning, frank. a light rain falling in pleasanton. we are standing next to the
pleasanton canal which feeds into gold creek which runs parallel to 680. the water in the canal is much lower than it's been in recent weeks but you can see from the mud and rain soaked vegetation on this canal, you can see how high the levels were. show you video from earlier this month. residents and people who live nearby gold creek and pleasanton say in the past month this creek is as high as it's been in years. this is what it looked like earlier in february after some of the heavier rain showers we saw. across the bay in novato, highway 37 remains a problem. it is still shut down on and off from february 9th because of flooding in the marshland it sits on. heavy rainfall, a nearby levee broke this month inundating the highway and the highway itself has been sinking. caltrans come up with a long term fix to raise the roadway and add new drainage pipes but that fix is still in progress. the road has not reopened yet. and on this presidents' day holiday weekend people might be heading to and from the sierra. you heard rosemary mention t many school districts in our
area have the week off but keep in mind if you're headed that direction, chains are required on highway 50 between twin bridges and meyers in el dorado county, chains required on westbound interstate 80 between kingvale and -- wig rigs being stopped to show they have maximum chains required. later on this morning, now that we are finally starting to get daylight through the clouds, we will be heading over to gold creek to get a look at the water levels there but throughout the bay area in general, people have certainly noticed their local creeks and streams higher than they have been in some cases in years because of the wet weather we have had pretty much seems like nonstop since december and there is more wet weather headed our way tomorrow as you heard rosemary mention. >> even driving in with a little bit of rain, i saw the same puddles now that i know to watch out on the roadways, it happened so quickly once the rain starts to fall. >> reporter: yeah, you know, maybe we are kind of getting used to it.
it's definitely different than it was last winter, winter before. i mean, this is the rainiest winter at least it seems like we have had in a while. now it's been on and off rain for the past month, month and a half, maybe we are getting used to the trouble spots on the roadways, maybe drivers can avoid them on stay safe on the road. >> we have been 50 plus days, in 2015, 40 plus days already in 2017. in the south bay flood concerns continue this morning at the largest reservoir in santa clara county, that would be the anderson reservoir. it is completely full and officials are watching the weather very closely with more rain on its way this week. ktvu's rob malcolm has the story out of morgan hill. >> reporter: for the first time in 11 years the spillway has been activated at the anderson reservoir, now at 104% capacity and sending 416 cubic feet of
water per second into coyote creek. >> grew up with a dam like this closeby but never seen it at capacity anywhere on close to this before. scary. >> reporter: residents like kyle who live down below in morgan hill don't have to worry. low lying areas in the south bay should be cautious with a risk from flooding from -- of flooding from sunday to tuesday. >> a neighborhood that the creek runs through, other neighborhoods that the creeks run through, through central san jose so the neighborhoods that are closest to the creek should be most aware of the possibility of flooding. >> reporter: because of impending storms, the water district is hoping to drain as much water as possible. >> forecast is beginning to strengthen and expecting stronger storm than we were seeing before. >> reporter: with the reservoir spilling over, homeowners near the dam aren't worried about the flood danger. instead, many have decided to make this site a big part of their day. >> you know what? it's magnificent. i had to make sure that i
brought my daughter. >> i have not seen it this full. last year it was full but it was nowhere near this full. >> reporter: that could also be a problem. the anderson dam has not been seismically retrofitted and must be kept at 88% because of the nearby calaveras falls. >> wide range of estimates. it could be four weeks, could be nine weeks. >> reporter: if it rains more than they expect, possibly longer but right now the spillway is working as designed. >> it's performing well, but we inspected it recently like we have all of our spillways and we are not expecting any problems to the structure at all. >> reporter: rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. >> retrofit of the dam would cost $400 million and would take close to four years to complete. meanwhile people living near lake oroville still on standby to evacuate again even though the water level of the reservoir is down from its
highest level the last few weeks. crews working around the clock on the damaged spillway at that dam, water flow across the spillway has been cut to 449,000 gallons per second. that's a little more than half the flow a week ago. state water officials say the water level is now about 46 feet below the top of the dam but they are concerned the water level could rise again because today's storm could drop as much as 5 inches of rain in butte county. more than 30,000 customers were without power on the central coast yesterday because of the storm. pg&e says majority of customers were in salinas. this morning 400 customers in salinas without power. worried about downed powerlines especially with live wires. >> if your vehicle has come into contact with a downed powerline, we want to let our customers know to stay inside. the safest place is in your car. the ground around your car may
be energized, honk your horn, roll down your window and yell for help but make sure to warn others to stay away. >> pg&e says they expect more outages during the next round of storms but they say crews are prepared. they have asked for some more help. now, at least five deaths in southern california are being blamed on the recent storm. yesterday police in ventura county say they found the body of a man in a creek who had been swept away by fast moving waters on friday. in san bernardino county one person was found dead inside a car that was submerged in water. in sherman oaks, a 55-year-old man was electrocuted by live powerlines that had been brought down by a tree and the chp says wet weather played a role in two deadly accidents in san diego. and check out this new video, so shocking, shows that car falling into a 20-foot sinkhole in los angeles. that sinkhole opened up friday night. it swallowed two cars, one of the drivers did had to be rescued. when firefighters arrived they found a 48-year-old woman standing on one of the cars. they had to lower a ladder to
help her climb out. the driver of that second car was able to escape before it fell in. >> oh, my gosh. and new this morning, a successful launch in florida from the kennedy space center. >> three, two, one, ignition and lift-off of the falcon 9 -- >> there it goes. that's the spacex falcon rocket blasting off less than a half hour ago from cape canaveral florida, it is the first launch from florida for elon musk company since an explosion damaged the rocket and damaged the rocket pad. it is carrying supplies for the international space station. launch was supposed to happen yesterday but scrubbed at the very last minute. this morning president trump is planning to interview four national security advisors in florida. >> ♪ god bless ♪ the u.s.a. ♪ ♪ >> this comes after the event billed as president trump's first reelection rally.
nba all star weekend in the big easy and last night the skills competition always fun. klay thompson a big favorite in the three -- he didn't have an a game. he was bounced in the first round, done. klay fell shy of reaching the files. he drilled four of his first five. he went dry. the money ball, the final shot at each spot were double the spots. he doubled only two of the five. that was a killer. the game is over. houston's eric gordon was your eventual winner. here's klay. >> i think any -- i take any competition seriously and you want to make your best
performance. it feels like a bad loss during the same but i will bounce back and hopefully make more shots in the all star game. >> how about slam dunk contest. glen robinson iii, the son of the big dog. he jumped over all three, grabbed the ball and, of course, on the way down watch this, he does a reverse dunk. how good is that? not bad. the first pacer to ever win the slam dunk contest. the rest of the best had a casual practice. no heavy lifting as they prepped for tonight's all star game. steph, clay, draymond, of course coached by their own coach, steve kerr. tipoff today at 5:00 p.m. in new orleans. believes the world could be flat. he made that surprising statement after kyrie irving says he thinks the world is
flat despite evidence to the temporary. he added he hasn't done enough -- had not done enough research. he said i can make a round picture with my iphone today and make it look round. the sharks into arizona without a victory to the coyotes. celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchise and had the crowd behind them. san jose quieted fans by scoring two goals in the first second and san jose scored in the second. got his second goal of the game. it's the 27th of his career and matches the team record he set last year. sharks win 4-1 and they host bruins at the shark tank tonight. getting ready for a much deserved five daybreak. isn't quite ice but hundreds of people jumped into the chilly waters of the san francisco bay yesterday. >> oh, my god. oh, yes! >> i think, i heard, oh, my god, yeah. okay. san francisco's polar plunge is
the final event in the annual fundraiser for special olympics at northern california, starts with a dash and then a splash, a lot of people wearing costumes. look at the background. got the beautiful golden gate there. they don't have to stay in the water very long but they are -- all of them paid at least $100 and i'm sure raised a lot more money so that is very cool. this year's event raised nearly $200,000. >> the only thing getting in the water is a good cause. it's for a good cause so it should happen. >> i've done it at lake tahoe, the first two or three weeks of march. it feels like little ice picks and then you get out and you're superchilled. >> and you've helped someone for a great cause. should mention bart saint 50 to 20 minute delays between lafayette and orinda today. urgent track repairs. in terms of getting around the bay area, whether it's bart or you're on the road or wherever you are, it might be a tough get.
>> yeah, so today is just going to be slick. we will have the steady light rain and then as we with get into the evening hours it's going to increase and tomorrow is going to be a doozie, yes, we are looking at a major storm coming our way and, well, this is just the beginning. given you -- giving you a look across the bay where we are with plenty of gray skies. light showers already falling at this hour as expected and it's not going to change. your sunday going to be a soggy one. take a look at stormtracker 2 where we have got north bay and east bay on the radar here where we are seeing some light rainfall along 680 from san ramon, maybe through areas like danville and dublin, crossing over towards 580, pleasanton, livermore seeing light rain at this time and it stretches a little bit farther north towards highway 4, crosses over near areas between vallejo and fairfield along i-80 you will find some there and then to the north bay where we go where we have light scattered showers in santa rosa and farther north than that you will find some in lake county.
watch in place for flooding, starting at 4:00 this morning until tuesday morning for the entire bay area so expect the ponding on the streets, expect the unexpected, expect to be blown around by the wind because also a wind advisory with this storm. also starts at 4:00 this afternoon. we will also go -- will also go until 5:00 a.m. on tuesday and includes the entire bay area. talking about a good amount of rain, let me show you the futurecast model on this. here we are today at this hour. as we get through your afternoon, more of the same, just light scattered showers in store but by tonight it begins to intensify. here we are at 11:00. here we are tomorrow morning, here's hoping you don't have anywhere to be tomorrow morning because take a look at that. that's a pretty good line of rain that moves through. here's 5:00 tomorrow afternoon and you notice that the rain didn't stop. it continued to fall as we get into monday night, it is still with us and we have scattered showers in the forecast for tuesday as well. as far as rainfall totals, here's a look through tonight, so just it looks like 1/2" or less for most of us, not a big
deal today, ben lomond in the screws mountains could pick up an inch. now here we are into monday night and take a look at some of these rainfall amounts, an inch and a half for san jose but 4 inches protected for oakland -- projected for oakland, 5 inches projected for san rafael. yesterday we were looking at three, maybe 4 inches for our urban areas, we could see more than that. areas like the santa cruz mountains could pick up anywhere from five to 7 inches by tuesday morning. this is going to be a major storm. giving you a look at the temperatures right now, 49 in san francisco, 51 in oakland, 48 san jose, afternoon highs for today upper 50s to near 60, so temperatures not changing a whole lot but we will not have the sunshine today. we are going to have plenty of the cloud cover and the scattered showers and then as we get into monday, you know, just be prepared, it's going to be coming down, tuesday we will have -- we will remain with scattered showers in the forecast, a chance on wednesday, finally dry out on thursday. >> how much snow in the sierra on monday? >> you know, well, snow levels are going to actually climb and then drop again on tuesday.
>> okay. >> so there could be actually flooding concerns as opposed to -- >> tough sledding getting down the hill if you're up there for the holiday. >> but a major storm, people should not take this as, oh, more rain headed our way. they should be prepared for -- >> prepare for flooding, rising creeks, streams, rivers. >> at least a lot of people are off. so that's good. >> yes. power outages. >> put the sandbags back up, get your flashlights ready. >> not over yet. >> thank you. if you are looking to do -- something to do on presidents' day with the whole family and you got your rain slickers, you might want to head to a national park because presidents' day is one of free national park days and in some cases you can save about $30 going in. yosemite national park expect heavy crowds even during the winter. there will also be free admission at the national monument. watch the weather because that changes the situation for the national parks as well. >> don't go up tomorrow. apparently not. coming up, a teacher says her job is on the line after
comments she made during a tv interview. interview. >> why she says trump supporters are now trying to get her fired. and let's check out now our pet of the day. this is powder. she is an adult cat who is affectionate and good natured. >> powder's former owner moved away and left her behind. powder needs a home. she looks beautiful. >> gorgeous cat, yeah. >> she is spayed, chipped, vaccinated and just wants to curl up on your couch. you can meet her through the petaluma pet pals and we have got the information posted on our ktvu facebook page if you'd like to take powder home even today. we will be right back.
there's growing supports for a berkeley middle school teacher who says her job is on the line after supporting this week's protests at u.k. clerk -- uc berkeley. she is one of the leaders of the group by any means necessary that took part in the demonstration. she says after her tv appearance, trump supporters have been contacting her school and trying to get her fired. >> everyone has a right to stand up and stop racist and fascist violate attacks and we pledge to continue doing that. >> the berkeley unified school district says it's received at least 1000 e-mails and phone calls just this week demanding
to have larka fired. she also appeared on the four on two earlier this month and you could hear her thoughts on supporting the protest on our youtube channel. an investigation underway at marin county after human remains were found at point ray national seashore. it was made on monday night on platform ridge road there. it was closed between sir sir francis drake boulevard and point ray's petaluma road. the fbi now working with the marin county coroner to determine the victim's identity and how they died. an all male fraternity at yale may soon allow women to join their chapter. a student group is trying to get the administration to have women in the fraternity. they say it is discriminatory. they voted to allow female students to attend recruitment events but will only accept men at pledges. coming up next, storm preps up and down the state of california. another big rain event coming our way.
how it will affect your holiday weekend and the big trip home out of the sierra. and it's been 75 years since the interment of japanese americans during world war ii. a look back and what's being done to remember that dark part of our nation's history. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine.
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bay area. this afternoon bringing heavy rain and making for a rough holiday commute come monday morning. here's a look at just some of the storm activity statewide over the weekend, you can see all of the flooding, water rescues down in southern california, also reporting at least five deaths from this latest storm. highway 37 between atherton avenue and highway 101 in nevada remains closed and caltrans does not expect it to reopen until at least next saturday. officials say it could be shut down longer if this week's storms drop more rain than expected and we are expecting a lot. the highway, as you know, has flooded several times since early last month. it's been so frustrating for the thousands who use that roadway. caltrans has awarded a contract for emergency repairs on that stretch of highway. but that project could take weeks. work is set to start as soon as weather conditions allow. and if you're headed east to reno or lake tahoe, maybe think about it again. and if you really need to go,
put the chains in the cars as well as food and supplies. interstate 80 and highway 50, the heavy snow expected to fall today, tomorrow, tuesday. so it better be worth it if you're going up there for the long presidents' day holiday weekend. and it will be slower than usual. >> good skiing conditions, i guess, if you like a big storm. let's take this live look outside. it looks pretty nice right now, san francisco looking north towards the golden gate bridge and gorgeous out there, nice and calm, but heavy rain and strong winds, believe you me, are on their way. thanks for joining us again on this stormy sunday, i guess you could say, to be. >> yes, and we want to start this half hour with a check of the weather and, rosemary, with so many storms that we have had, you know, some big, some little, we are always trying to gauge them for people and you're saying this one is a big one, pay attention, the totals expected are significant. >> yes. >> we are going to get flooding. >> it's not something we haven't already seen so far this season but everything is
already saturated, it doesn't take a whole lot for our creeks and streams and rivers to come up and we are going to see that as we get into the next 24, 48 hours or so with advisories already posted by the national weather service, it's going to be wet, it's going to be windy, especially the closer we get to monday. in fact, those advisories come into play a little bit later today. here's a look at what's going on right now. right now we will call it the calm before the storm because even though it's a gray start, it's a little bit of a soggy start, this is just the beginning. we haven't seen anything just yet. here's a look at the stormtracker 2 where we continue to watch a few scattered showers overhead, over the east bay and over the north bay, we will go back into the east way where we are seeing it taper off a little bit, have some right there along 580 in livermore and over the diablo range. if we go to the north bay, maybe a few sprinkles falling but for the most part it's to the north of us in areas very north edge of the sonoma county and into lake county. here's a look at the watch in place. starts later today, will go until tuesday morning for the entire bay area, that means all
of us have the opportunity or are at risk, i should say, of flooding. wind advisory also in place for the entire bay area. the wind gusts could reach 50 miles per hour in some spots. not everybody sees those strong winds but definitely going to be widespread enough that there's an advisory in place. so rainfall amounts anywhere from an inch and a half to 5 inches and that's a lot to try and figure out, am i going to get the inch and a half or get the 5 inches? looks like areas like san jose, anywhere from about an inch and a half, maybe 2 inches, some areas over portions of the north bay could get up to 5 inches and we could see more than that in the santa cruz mountains, could see more than that along the coastal range. talked about the winds already and for the sierra, snow levels will be coming up over the next 24 hours above 7500 feet but they are going to drop again, so definitely going to need to be aware things are going to be changing in the sierra, going to be pretty fluid there as well. by the end of it all said and done, the sierra, the higher elevations could pick up anywhere from two to fa 5 feet so we will be tracking that for you. we will be tracking the rain at
home. i'll come along with the time line, we will have a look at your temperatures in just a bit. trump today is working to fill the spot of national security advisor after army lieutenant general michael flynn resigned last week. the white house says president trump will interview at least four national security advisor candidates, the list include lieutenant general keith kellogg, former u.n. ambassador john bolton, army lieutenant general h.r. mccaster and lieutenant general robert cas lynn -- caslin. the interviews going to happen today at trump's mar-a-lago estate in florida. the senate intelligence committee is asking organizations to save information related to russia's hacking of last year's election. an associated press report says last thursday senate democrats wrote the white house and law enforcement agencies wanted to make sure they are preserving all materials related to contact with individuals associated president donald trump had with russians. this morning a lot of buzz
around the campaign's campaign rally yesterday near orlando. >> ♪ got bless ♪ the u.s.a. ♪ ♪ >> it was an event that the white house billed as his first reelection rally. president trump was greeted by a cheering crowd. the commander in chief's remarks focused on trade, immigration and campaign promises and at one point the president actually let a supporter address the crowd. >> i hear your demands, i hear your voices, and i promise you i will deliver. i promise that. >> we the people, our movement is the reason why our president of the united states is standing here in front of us today. >> the president already has a number of things planned for the next few days working on finding the next national security advisor as we mentioned along with signing a
new executive order on immigration. this weekend president trump reiterated as well his intentions to have obamacare repealed and get replacement legislation moving through congress next month. >> also time for the senate democrats to take responsibility for obamacare and work with us to replace it with new reforms that reverse this nationwide healthcare tragedy, it's a tragedy. >> yesterday congressional democrats held meetings all over the bay area making their case to save the affordable care act. ktvu's lee martinez has the story. >> reporter: across the country, lawmakers are meeting with constituents. the talk always turns to healthcare and what republicans plan to do with the affordable care act. while republicans faced hostile, loud crowdsos crowds -- crowds, democrat leaders in california were greeted by supporters. >> a real difference in the lives of the american people.
>> reporter: democrats say they will not compromise on redrafting the affordable care act, but as the minority party, they will need public help. >> you have to talk to your friends in republican districts to tell them to call their member of congress. >> reporter: democrats argue medicare and medicaid are tied to the aca. >> we do have some republican governors who are helping us who have expanded medicaid in their states. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich is one of them. he expanded medicaid in his state and says nearly 700,000 hisians could lose -- ohioans could lose if repealed. on friday two california legislators introduced a bill to provide a single payer state healthcare system. >> this is the moment where the power of the people is going to be what saves us again this repeal. >> reporter: a single payer
california healthcare would cover 38 million californians. under the single payer system the state would negotiate prices for services and prescriptions with the healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies. supporters say single payer could rein in high co-pays and deductibles but alameda county supervisor william chan says the state would also need to invest more in its healthcare system, something she says it lagged on for three years. >> healthcare of that plan was delicately balanced, it has to do with pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, has to do with the pool, all the kind of things. so i believe california can do it but let's not let them do this and send us back 10, 20 years. >> reporter: lee martinez, ktvu channel two news. vice president mike pence continues his first overseas trip. today he spent time visiting the remains of a former nazi camp. he walked around the camp touring various areas including the prison yard there.
he also spent time in a building which contains exhibits about the nazis. vice president placing a wreath of white flowers in front of a wall marking the date that camp was opened. dozens of people in the central valley rallied yesterday against president trump's immigration policies. cies. >> people in fresno were campaigning for the city to become a sanctuary city. dozens of people turned out to let their voices be heard. similar rallies are happening in several cities, even amid the president saying he could withhold federal funding for sanctuary cities. after the news, be sure to watch an all new fox news sunday. this morning chris wallace talks to white house chief of staff reince priebus. loses his national security advisor and secretary of labor nominee. in an exclusive interview, conservative radio talk show host rush limbaugh will be asked about the controversy surrounding communications between the u.s. and russia
governments. fox news sunday airs at 10:00 this morning right after mornings on 2. today marks the 75th anniversary of the interment of japanese americans during world war ii. right now japanese american leaders are coming to the defense of muslim citizens and other immigrants they believe are being targeted by the trump administration. >> ktvu's tara moriarty talked to leaders in japantown who are worried that history may repeat itself. ♪[ music ] sic ]♪ >> february 19th, 1942, president roosevelt signs an executive order forcing 120,000 people of japanese ancestry into remote and desolate interment camps. >> 2/3 of us were american citizens, but that made no difference as long as we looked like the enemy. >> reporter: the time was world war ii, japan had just attacked
pearl harbor, hysteria was at a high. >> it really has an impact on children. it really does, because you're made to feel ashamed of who you are. >> reporter: when she was just 9 years old, her family was one of thousands rounded up on city streets, some were taken to temporary assembly centers at fort funston or in south san francisco being before hauled off to actually lake near -- tully lake. >> i was only a child and it's those painful memories of the treatment they received that motivates them to speak out for immigrants today. >> we have definitely received complaints at the care office from women who have been yelled at who have had their headscarves pulled off. >> reporter: activists say they will fight president trump's travel ban on muslims, his wall along the mexican border and extreme vetting. >> a muslim ban is not the same as sending muslims to interment camps but the concern is that if we don't stop him now, if we
let him get away with this, if we give him an inch, he will keep going. >> reporter: her advice to immigrants today. >> history be strong and don't be ashamed. >> that was tara moriarty reporting. public ceremony to honor survivors of america's world war ii camps will be held at 2:00 this afternoon in san francisco's japantown. it will include a keynote speech by california attorney general xavier becerra followed by a candlelight reception at the japanese community and cultural center. san francisco police looking for whoever spray painted swastikas on a marina district garage door. besides swat casino there was a -- swastikas there was a quote to the doctor at auschwitz camp. he was known as the angel of death for performing deadly human experiments on prisoners at the company. they are investigating the case as a hate crime.
vandalism was reported friday on jefferson street near deadvise darrow. the woman who lives in the vandalized apartment above the garage, she said she sent -- that organization helps track hate crimes. san francisco takes a major step to try to bring the city in line with the latest internet service. coming up at 8:00, the woman taking up the project as the city's first digital service officer. and a golden girls themed cafe. >> oh. >> we are going to tell you what inspired the man behind that new york cafe and as you head inside, we will tell you what you will see.
hey, friend, thank you for being with us on this soggy sunday. we have the golden girls theme playing for you this morning. we will explain why here coming up in just a moment. i will also explain what you can expect with this next storm already beginning to move in and going to last for a few days. more on this wet weather coming up. >> can we just leave the music up? i can't tell you how many times i heard this song. a longtime friend of the late actress review mcclanahan -- rue mcclanahan is using the memorabilia she left behind to open a golden girls themed cafe. michael de laroux 18 years ago and when mcclanahan passed away she left michael in charge of many of her possessions.
inventory that stash michael realized he needed to share it with the fans of the golden girls so he opened this cafe in new york. it comes complete with golden bars, a golden floor and a show -- and the show, of course, played on a giant tv. >> rue used to visit me up here. she loved this neighborhood. she felt like it was an authentic new york neighborhood. she collected antiques, husbands. >> it's like a dream come true. >> this is way more better, way more decorated than i was expecting. >> cool. many of the costumes and personal items from mcclanahan. he can rotate it all at the cafe every quarter for the next 80 years or more. we were just talking about -- >> i got nieces in their 20s that will go on bilges on a snowy day, i'm going to watch eight episodes of the golden girls. >> if you don't have anything in common, it's just -- and it's the song. >> she was the youngest of the bunch. they made her look the oldest. >> they were all so memorable
characters. >> and betty white just turned 95. she is the only one left and still going strong. let it go. sing it. >> yes. with more wet weather on the way in the bay area, you may be thinking of heading to the movies. >> you might. ashley devore kinn has a look at some of the films new in the theaters this weekend. >> snitches get stitches. >> what are you talking about? >> ice cube and charlie day duke it out as high school teachers in the new comedy fist fight. >> we came to trade. >> you lie. >> you are a thief. >> matt damon leads the fantasy adventure the great wall following european mercenaries who join an elite group of soldiers to fight monsters that rise up every 60 years at the great wall. >> there was a sickness inside us. >> the psychological horror thriller, a cure for wellness, features dame dehaan as a wall street executive sent to bring his ceo back from a mysterious
thaw where he finds much is amiss. it stars mia goss and jason isaacs. >> batman, whoa. >> you're darn right, whoa. >> then there's the family friendly box office success, the lego batman movie. still entertaining audiences after winning the number 1 spot its debut weekend. the gotham city tail includes the famous voices. >> what would you do if you locked up the joker for good? >> plus those looking to see how the "50 shades of grey" franchise continues, can still check out jamie dornen and dakota johnson in the sequel "50 shades darker." in new york, ashley dorkin, fox news. >> i want to go see lion. you've heard about that, the little boy that got lost in india ended up in australia and through google maps 20 years
later found his home and got reunited with his mother. >> all about google maps. >> there you go. it might not be a bad day to maybe hide in the theater. >> good couple of days. >> maybe tomorrow night if you're off or during the day, just -- >> yeah, sneak in. prepare now. we have got wet weather. >> or watch the girlfriend girls -- golden girls. several episodes to choose from. a wet start this morning but continuing with this as we get into the second half of the day and this is just the beginning. take a look at san jose, i think i see a little bit of sun, actually, peeking through those clouds. we are in between systems, although we are already beginning to see those showers. yesterday we told you we would start this way and by the end, the rain and the wind will be with us so sunday night into monday going to be worse than what we are experiencing right now. let's check in on the east bay where we are looking at a little bit of rain here but it has now shifted out of the area, livermore along 580 we
started there this morning and over the north bay we had a little bit to start the day but you can see it is farther north at this point, north of santa rosa in areas around cloverdale and lake county. futurecast model, light rain and scattered showers for your sunday, not a huge deal, but it's going to just be sort of soggy out there. here we go into the overnight hours, late tonight into tomorrow morning and then as we get into 7:00 tomorrow morning, it's still coming down. so this is when we expect the heaviest rain, this is when we expect the strongest winds into the future we go, where we are looking at monday afternoon and the rain has not stopped. so monday is going to be a washout and you can see pockets of moderate rain there, heavy rain at times. here's monday night and it is still going and in the extended forecast we have the possibility of rain continuing into tuesday with the chance lingering on wednesday. when it comes to amounts, we are actually looking a little bit wetter than even before. here's through tonight, 1/2" or less for most of us, santa cruz mountains could pick up an inch or so but then i push you all
the way into late monday night, again, looking -- this is after we have had a whole solid 24 to 36 hours of good amount of rain, heavy at times, anywhere from three to four to 5 inches a possibility for our urban areas and our hills four to six. for the santa cruz mountains and over our coastal range, so, again, it's going to be wet, it is going to be windy, we have snow for the sierra, we have advisories in the sierra, snow levels will be coming up but dropping so make sure you have your chains or your snow tires if you're thinking about braving the storm. here's a look at the numbers right now, upper 40s to near 50 outside your door, afternoon highs upper 50s, 57 expected san francisco, 59 in antioch. your extended forecast, so a bit soggy today but, again, the big storm comes in tonight into tomorrow, tuesday more rain before we finally begin to see it taper off and dry out in time for next weekend. >> all right. at least it's the holiday tomorrow so the commute should
be -- >> take it easy. >> i think with the numbers that you're talking about, you know, on -- when we were talking last weekend, even a small storm can cause big problems because of how saturated we are. this is a big storm so it's safe to say if you've had flooding in the area, it's going to happen again. >> yes. >> could be worse. >> going to happen again. trees down, powerlines. >> pg&e is asking for more help so everybody is preparing. >> i think we all know what's coming. >> it's going to be a good one or a bad one. 7:53. speaking of all the rain, a cemetery in sonoma county flooded over the weekend after some trees crashed through a water main, not just the rain up there. it happened yesterday morning at the valley cemetery at east mcarthur street, a little bit of damage there. two, three large trees hitting the water main creating small rivers causing all kinds of damage to some of the plots. two nearby homes were also threatened by, but sandbags kept the water away but they have got a lot of work to do in
the city is expected to be especially difficulty because hundreds of thousands of civilians still live there. they have been ordered to shelter in place. the government says it liberated the eastern half of the city but islamic state militants including suicide bombers continue to launch attacks there. russia says there will be another cease fire in the eastern ukraine starting tomorrow. the russian foreign minister made that announcement yesterday after a meeting with top diplomats from germany, france and ukraine. vice president mike pence has met with the ukrainian president and insured him of u.s. support. more than 9800 people have been killed in fighting between the ukraine government forces and pro-russian separatists in the last three years. time now is 7:57. fiat chrysler issued a recall involving thousands of cars before drive shaft bolts may become loose, that will cause the vehicle to lose power increasing the risk of a crash. it includes 2014-2017 dodge
cite letters. 70,000 cars are affected. the recall expected to begin in late march on the 31st. chrysler says it will notify owners and dealers will replace all the parts free of charge. so far there haven't been any reports of accidents or injuries. bill gates issued a strong warning about the dangers of bio terrorism. he spoke at the munich security conference in germany yesterday. he said there is a reasonable probability that terrorists could create a synthetic version of a virus that could kill millions of people and he urged governments to prepare for these epidemics the same way we prepare for war. it's 7:58. we are keeping our eyes on the sky and the weather headed our way. heavy rain coming to the bay area. >> yeah. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. good time to head to the city, apparently, because no one is on the road. we will tell you when the next storm is expected to arrive and for how long and much more at 8:00. stay right there.
rosemary watching a big storm headed our way. it is going to be one that brings a lot of rain. let's see if we can go over to chinatown right now because, yep, there we have it, they are getting ready for the 38th annual chinese new year run. it's going to start at sacramento and grant street. it will wind its way through china town and finish on kearny between california and sacramento. you can see they have already got the cones up so it's good to know if you are headed to that area and wondering what's going on. >> they are still celebrating. >> yes, chinese new year is a long celebration and not a bad day to get in the run in the morning before things change quickly throughout the day and into tonight. welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, february 19th. i'm claudine wong. >> hi, everyone. happy sunday to you. i'm frank mallicoat. we are going to check in with rosemary in a couple of minutes to get that forecast. but first take a look at what's going on on this sunday. of course we are on the storm watch this morning, live look, those ducks, look at that, a mallard and his little friend
there. live look, these are conditions in pleasanton, and right now they look pretty good. our allie rasmus will join us live there at gold creek coming up in a couple of minutes. >> we know that the rainfall is keeping things saturated, reservoirs filled and so an area like that, it can change very quickly when you talk about the number of inches of rain that we are getting in. and the anderson reservoir already over capacity, a lot of rain headed our way over the next 48 hours. >> yeah, we are going to take a look at the situation there over capacity and how about the oroville dam, how is that holding up and what have folks been told in butte county. more on that. check out this video. very scary situation. when you talk about southern california, that was the sinkhole, the drivers are okay. we will have more on what happened. >> the water down below is gushing like a river, so -- >> and obviously we had sinkholes up here that we have been dealing with and every time the rain comes, it kind of shows us where there's a weak spot in our roadways, on our
hills and we are going to get a big test of that coming up in the next 36 to 48 hours as well. so with that, let's head that way. >> get the weather word. >> yeah. >> wet is the word of the day, i guess, right? >> yeah. and we will add wind to that a little bit later as well. a pretty good storm coming our way. you know, it's nothing that we haven't already seen but as we know, wow, we are very saturated and with each passing storm at least those big ones, we continue to see the powerlines come down and the trees come down and flooding and perhaps even flooding where we haven't seen just yet. giving you a live look in san francisco, waking up with a lot of cloud cover this morning, a few scattered showers reported, early on we had some sweep through, we have actually dried out just some but not going to go away. this is just a prelude of what's to come. here's a look at sfo right now, san francisco reporting 49 degrees, 49 in santa rosa, 51 oakland and 47 outside your door in livermore and san jose 49. so a cloudy start, relatively mild start for this time of year with all that cloud cover in place, and the moisture as well. here's a look at stormtracker
2 where again we are looking at just a few scattered showers this morning, the sierra, pretty much dry, seeing a few scattered showers there. we will check in on the sierra here in just a second. come home first where we have, again, the north bay, had a few scattered showers this morning as well as the east bay but at the moment not a lot showing up on the radar. we have some off the coastline and as we head toward the sierra, you can see mainly dry here as well but we have the rain coming and we have advisories coming as well. there's a watch for flooding, the entire bay area, that starts at 4:00 this afternoon and will go all the way until tuesday morning and then the wind advisory also starts at 4:00, will go all the way until tuesday morning, could see gusts to about 50 miles per hour at times and notice it's for the entire bay area as well so a pretty strong storm coming our way, flooding will be likely, additional mudslides definitely a possibility and those damaging winds could bring down trees as well as the powerlines. here's a look at the time line, so the first half of your day, a little soggy but not too bad, by about the dinner hour, 5:00
or so it picks up just a bit but really late tonight into tomorrow when it really gets going. this is when the winds will be at their strongest as well and looks like monday is going to be pretty treacherous. when i come back, we will detail this time line a little bit better, we will take a look at how much rainfall we do expect between now and the end of the wet weather, which could actually last at least a few days. we will have more on this in the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. this is a day of changing weather conditions all around the bay area. you heard from rosemary, some places are getting a brief break from the rain but it's coming. >> watch this other round of storms coming our way for the start of the week, going to check in with ktvu's allie rasmus in pleasanton where you have seen some of the problems that the heavy rain has caused there, rate, al -- right, allie? >> reporter: yes, next to the pleasanton canal and this feeds into gold creek which has been pretty high in the past few weeks. but i want to show you behind us on the other side of the canal you can see where they did have some problems with erosion earlier this month,
possibly. you can see a tarp with some sandbags around it to prevent some of the mud and dirt from washing away. you can also see some of that erosion along gold creek, we are about maybe 10 minute hike away from it but we walked over there so we could show you where some of the dirt and some of the banks of the creek have kind of washed away because of some of the heavy rainfall and the high creek level that we have seen the past month. you can see from the mud and rain soaked ground where that water level was. now, this wet winter has caused much more dramatic erosion problems elsewhere. we are talking about highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains. it is still down to just one lane in each direction from granite creek road to scotts valley because of a mudslide that happened there earlier in the season. caltrans has been working on repairs but they had to stop because of the rain on friday and the agency says repairs will not resume until this latest storm passes. now, tomorrow is a holiday and holiday weekend for some, it may mean an easier commute for
those of you who have to hit the roads tomorrow versus a typical monday. many schools have the entire week off so that is the good news but you heard rosemary mention that big storm headed its way towards us tomorrow, so it may be a good idea to give yourself extra time if you're hitting the roads. so back out here live at the pleasanton canal, the ducks out here have been out here all morning. they don't seem to mind the high water levels but again if you're planning on driving for the workweek, planning on heading out at all tomorrow, you definitely want to give yourself some extra time. back to you guys. >> yeah, those ducks look like they are having a good time. turn a rainstorm into something very, very good. pretty. >> they have been hanging out here all morning since we have been here. >> very good. allie rasmus live for us in pleasanton. thanks. the largest reservoir in santa clara county is full and with more rain headed for the south bay that means new concerns about flooding in the south bay. for the first time in 11 years there is water flowing over the anderson dam spillway, more than 3100 gallons a second are
pouring out of the anderson reservoir in morgan hill. the water district is trying to drain as much water as it can from the reservoir, so there's room for the rain that is coming over the next few days. that is creating a tourist attraction for the reservoir. >> you know what? it's magnificent. i have to make sure that i brought my daughter. >> i have not seen it this full. last year it was full but it was nowhere near this full. >> the santa clara valley water district says if there's a lot of rain there could be flooding between now and tuesday in the berryessa neighborhood. the other worries keeping the anderson reservoir at less than 68% capacity because the dam these seismic retrofitting and they need to keep the water level at two thirds. people remain on alert in oroville. one evacuation center is still open as today's storm moves in. crews have been working around the clock on the damaged spillway at the dam. the water flow across the spillway has been cut to 449,000 gallons per second which is a little more than half of the flow that we saw
last sunday. now, state water officials say the water level is now about 46 feet below the top of the dam but they are worried that the water level is going to rise again. today's storm dropping as much as 5 inches of rain in butte county. it is 8:09 now. at least five deaths in southern california are now being blamed on the recent storm this week. yesterday police in ventura county say -- found the body of a man at a creek who had been swept away by fast moving waters. that was on friday. and in san bernardino county, one person was found dead inside a car that was submerged in water. in sherman oaks, a 55-year-old man was electrocuted by live powerlines that had been brought down by a tree and the chp says wet weather played a big role in two deadly accidents in san diego as well. new video showing a car falling right into a 20-foot sinkhole in l.a. there's a few cars in there. the sinkhole opened up friday night swallowing both those cars. one of the drivers had to be rescued when firefighters arrived, they found a 48-year-
old woman standing on one of the cars. had to lower a ladder down to help her climb out of that pit. the driver of the second car was able to escape before it eventually went down. well, fairfield police were able to talk a man down who climbed onto the travis boulevard overpass above interstate 80 in fairfield. police say they started getting calls about a man hanging over the overpass about 2:30 yesterday afternoon. he was standing on the outside of the railing holding onto a fence. police say the man was distraught and suicidal, claimed to be armed. there was a lot of traffic just backed up as police tried to resolve this situation. took about an hour but police were able to convince him to come down and he was taken in for a mental health evaluation. police say he never actually had a gun. city of san francisco is taking some major steps to improve access to public services online. carrie bishop hired as the city's first chief digital service office. part of the city's effort to
modernize public services by making it easier to access. well, unique protests against president trump happening right now in new mexico. >> he will not divide us, he will not divide us, he will not divide us. >> more on the live stream that's letting people vent their frustrations. but up first nasa's historic launch pad in florida is back in business. it's been several years. up next, the successful launch of that spacex rocket and where it's off to when we come back.
happy sunday, folks. it's a gray start to the day. we've got a few scattered showers falling this morning and the storm only intensifying as we get into tonight through tomorrow. do i dare say wet weather expected on tuesday as well? >> you've been saying it all week. >> i know. please don't be mad at the messenger. i'll have a look at this latest -- >> we will love you again come june. >> in just a moment. time now is 8:14. and new this morning, a successful launch in florida from the kennedy space center. >> three, two, one, ignition and lift-off of the falcon 9 to the space station.
>> can you hear, he almost just sounded relieved. blasting off after 6:30 this morning from cape canaveral. it is the first launch from elon musk's company since is destroyed a launch pad. and this rocket is carrying a load of supplies to the international space station. now, i was saying he sounded relieved because this launch was supposed to happen yesterday but it was scrubbed at the last minute. a little rocket man -- >> they are apparently listening to elton john there as well, very nice. nba all star weekend, not too far from there in the big easy and last night was the skills competition. klay thompson, big favorite. three-point contest. defending champ, but klay didn't have his a game, not a good night for klay. dubs all star bounced in the first round. klay fell a point shy from reaching the finals. he drove four of his first five balls but then dried up. the money ball is worth double the points. only got two out of five and that was a killer.
game over, houston's eric gordon, there is your eventual winner but here's klay. >> i take any competition seriously and you want to make your best performance. it just feels like a bad loss during the season but i will bounce back and hopefully make more shots in the all star game tomorrow. >> how about slam dunk contest, glen robinson iii, that's your winner with an assist of a cheerleader, teammate and mascot. a reverse dunk, that is impressive. 10s across the board from the judges. he is the first pacer ever to win that slam dunk contest. >> meanwhile the rest of the best had a very casual practice, no heavy lifting. believe me, as they prep for tonight's saul star game -- tonight's all star game, having a good time. steph clay, jd and draymond, coached by steve kerr tonight,
tipoff at 5:00 p.m. in new orleans. the sharks went into arizona without a victory against the coyotes. all season coyotes were celebrating the 20th anniversary of the franchise and had the crowd behind them but that crowd got a little quiet after san jose scored two goals in just the first period and then san jose scores again in the second. now, arizona did try to make a comeback and got a goal in the third but then you got bret burns getting his second goal of the game. it is a 27th of his career, matches the team record he set last year. sharks go on to win 4-1. they host the bruins at the shark tank tonight and then they get a five daybreak. well, it wasn't quite ice but hundreds of people jumped into the frigid water of the san francisco bay yesterday. >> oh, my god. oh, yeah! >> burr. the san francisco polar plunge is the final event in the annual fundraiser for the
special olympics of northern california. we had a song that just -- we have got a song that matches everything for you. >> yes. >> it starts with dash, then goes to the splash. many people wear costumes. you see those folks there, they just go for it. here's the trick. you don't have to stay in the water very long. you got to get in. >> head to toe. >> they paid at least $100 for this cool action but this event raised $190,000 for special olympics so that's a big winner there. and good for them. we applaud them for their ability to jump into -- >> you know, it hurts like heck. i've done tahoe three or four times and you go in there and what am i doing and you're surrounded by this goodness and then you come out and go get a bloody mary or hot toddy and go we just raised a bunch of money. it's a group effort. >> polar plunge and undie run. what is it about this time of year that -- >> do we have a theme going here? >> makes people want to shed their clothes for a good cause. >> might need a jacket this
weekend. >> make it a waterproof jacket because we have got the rain out there this morning, fairly light and will remain light for most of us sunday before it really begins to pick up tonight. here's a live look again into china town where the runners are still going, it's a good morning for a run, slick roads, but not too bad. not a lot falling from the sky, just yet. we had a few scattered showers pull through early this morning and at the time at least we are looking at mainly dry weather across the bay area. we will go in closer, take a look because as i pointed out in the last hit, we did have a little bit off the coast and you can see beginning to move in now, so a lot of just hit or miss light stuff for the first part of your sunday, a little bit soggy out there, but then as we get into tonight, it really begins again to pick up and into the overnight hours you can see moderate to heavy rain, so it could actually even wake you up. it will be coming down on your rooftop, here's a look at tomorrow morning, thankfully it's a holiday and hopefully you don't have any place to be because it will really be coming down tomorrow morning as well. and then as we get into monday
afternoon, it's still coming down and how about monday night? yeah, it's still coming down. we are already into tuesday morning and as i mentioned a moment ago, into tuesday scattered showers in the forecast. so this storm is going to be a strong one. we talked about advisories and if you are just joining us we have an advisory for wind, we have an advisory for possible flooding and it includes the entire bay area. as far as rainfall amounts, from an inch and a half in areas like san jose to three and 4 inches over san francisco, santa rosa and our hills could pick up anywhere from looks like four to six, maybe even a little bit more in the santa cruz mountains by late monday night, early tuesday morning. the wind advisory starts later this afternoon, goes all the way until tuesday morning as well and there is a winter storm warning for the sierra. snow levels around 6000 feet now but we will be rising in the next 24 hours, but then we will be dropping once again and the highest elevations all said and done tworks to 5 feet of new snow. so it's going to be a whopper
up there as well. you can expect whiteout conditions, just be very careful if you plan on going up. we are looking at temperatures right now in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees for many, 52 half moon bay. for the afternoon today, a bit of a cool one, temperatures haven't changed a whole lot over the last couple of days. we won't have the sunshine that we had yesterday, 59 in oakland, 57 for san francisco, 59 in san jose. there's a look at your extended forecast. so, yes, we get off to a wet start today and then it just doesn't really stop until wednesday. even still a lingering chance of scattered showers, temperatures do turn cooler by midweek wednesday but then we are also drying out. so -- >> next weekend maybe a little bit of sun? >> next weekend is looking good. >> what is that? >> haven't said -- >> next weekend looks good. >> bring it on. all right. thank you, rosemary. >> sure. here is our instagram pic of the morning. it was posted by fanny food style. it kind of speaks for itself here with the caption, high winds and rain overnighted, there goes the neighborhood and
our poor neighbor's car. that is a big tree because that is an suv out there. be careful out there as the next series of storms moves in. love to see your photos, be sure to throw the hashtag on it ktvu so we can see it and your picture might make air. call the insurance company. >> yes. the largest showing of asian films in north america gets underway in a few weeks. we will have a preview of camfest 2017 and tell you what you can expect from this big film. after comments she made in a tv interview. why she says trump supporters are now trying to get her fired. when we come back.
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an all male fraternity at yale may soon allow women to join their chapter. a student group trying to get the administration to accept women into the sigma phi epsilon fraternity. engender says restricting the fraternity to men only is discriminatory. sigma phi epsilon voted to allow female students to attend recruitment events but only accept men at pledges right now. columbia university is undernair for accidentally sending acceptance letters to 277 students who applied. the school then tried to cancel those applications. columbia blames the mixup on human error. says it's now working to strengthen its procedures. the vice dean says columbia deeply apologizes for their mistake. well, there's growing support for a berkeley middle school teacher who says her job
is on the line after supporting this month's protests at uc berkeley. she says she is being harassed following an appearance on fox news. she says she believes the protesters acted accordingly with their use of violence. she is also one of the leaders of the group by any means necessary that took part in that demonstration. she says after her tv appearance trump supporters have been contacting her school and trying to get her fired. >> everyone has a right to stand up and stop racist and fascist violent attacks on us, on our friends and neighbors, on our coworkers and on our community and we pledge to continue doing that. >> the berkeley unified school district says it's received at least 1000 e-mails and phone calls just this week demanding that she be fired. she also appeared on the four on two earlier this month and you can hear her thoughts on supporting the protests on our youtube channel. meanwhile, uc berkeley police still looking to identify some of the demonstrators who caused more than $100,000 worth of property damage on campus.
police released 21 photos all from the night far right, breitbart editor milo justin bieber op yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak. investigation underway in marin county after human remains were found at point rays national seashore. that discovery made on friday night. on platform bridge road. the road was closed between sir francis drake boulevard and east petaluma road while investigators were searching for evidence. they are trying to determine the victim's identity and how they died. a first for donald trump at what he called his reelection campaign rally. >> a star is born, a star is born. >> more on the moment the president pulled a supporter out of the crowd so he could address everyone there.
boy, i haven't heard this song in a long time. bring it on, a little metal on a sunday and a lot of runners, claudine, running through the city in china town. >> that's right. it's china town's ymca's 30th annual chinese new year run. these runners started at sacramento and grant street. they are going to wind their way through china town, they are going to finish on kearny between california and sacramento. so as you can see there, you know, any run in san francisco, you get hills. i'm just saying. >> funny how that works, right? >> they are headed right now, that's california street and then they are going to take a little turn onto grant and so not a bad day.
>> have you run it in. >> i haven't done that route. i've driven that california and turned onto grant, so there's that. >> good enough. good morning, everybody. good to have you on board on kind of a soggy sunday. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning to you. i'm claudine wong. we talk about those runners being okay right now, well, if they waited 24 hours, it would be a much different story, correct? >> uh-huh. >> yes, it would. >> what a mess. >> they would be kayaking down california. >> good thing we have a holiday weekend maybe so fewer people on the roads in the morning because it's going to be a mess. >> presidents' day storm we will call it is going to be quite a doozie. we are looking at wet, windy weather whipping through the bay area. how about that? it's going to come in later tonight, going to last the entire monday and then even into tuesday we have scattered showers. here's a view, a mix of sun, a little bit -- did i say mix of sun? a mix of clouds with a little bit of sun out there this morning. we have a shot that was sent to me on twitter yesterday, this coming from brad, muddy water
hitting the blue pacific at the end of the russian river and i took a look at that and all i could see is a blue sky. it is a distant memory at this point. we are going to remain with gray skies for today, scattered showers in the forecast for today and as we get into tonight, this is all going to just worsen. here's a look at stormtracker 2 where we are seeing a bit of a break right now. early on this morning, you can see the wave move through, it's a three hour time lapse. so when we came in 4:00, 5:00 this morning it was raining a little bit and in the sierra we have a little bit going as well. for the meanwhile it has tapered off but not going away. as i mentioned, we are just getting started here, here's a look at the sierra where we are dry at the moment. there is a lake wind advisory here going until tonight, so if you are thinking about heading up, be prepared for the lake wind advisory, this shade of green is actually a flood advisory, so snowfalls will be rising -- snow levels will be rising in the next 24 hours to about 7500 feet before they drop again tomorrow night and into tuesday. for us here at home, we also
have advisories in place, this is a flood watch for the entire bay area which means all of us could experience the ponding on the roadways, minor flooding, the minor slides and we have wind to come along with this storm as well. this could bring down the powerlines and the trees, we know how it goes, right? we sort of have been through it at least a handful of times already. this goes until tuesday morning as well. so we have advisories in place, start later today, go through tomorrow morning, we have plenty of rain coming our way. when i come back, put a time line on this system, talk about how much rainfall we are going to get and in the extended forecast when we will finally get a break coming up. the national weather service as well as rosemary warning about the potential problems with this next round of storms rolling through the bay area. >> got to get prepped for us. filled reservoirs and creeks to their highest points in a good decade and allie rasmus is joining us live in pleasanton with one example of how the bay area is fairing with all of our wintry weather.
good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, there's a bit of a break in the rain here in pleasanton. seeing a little bit of sunshine and blue skies after a rainy morning when we first got here, we are standing next to the pleasanton canal, which residents tell us has been higher in recent weeks than they have seen it in years. this canal feeds into gold creek which is about probably a 15 minute hike away from where we are standing. residents and people who live nearby say over the past month that creek is as high as it's been in years, possibly even a decade. you can see where the water level is. show you the video of that as well as signs of erosion along the creek were part of the mud and dirt and banks have washed into that creekway. but some of the people who run and walk along this pleasanton canal in gold creek say it is a nice change seeing the water level so high after this creek was nearly dry for several drought years. >> it's wonderful to see every morning when i come out here and it's -- it looks like everything is getting the water it needs. >> reporter: now, in other
parts of the bay area, some roadways are getting more water than they need, causing problems for commuters. we are talking about in novato, highway 37, it remains a problem, it is still shut down and has been on and off since february 9th because of flooding on the marsh land is sits on. nearby levee also broke next to that highway inundating the roadway and the highway itself has been sinking over the years. so caltrans has come up with a long-term fix to raise the roadway, add new drainage pipes but the cost is pretty expensive. up to $11 million or more and there's no time line to reopen that roadway. now, on this presidents' day holiday weekend, people might be heading to and from the sierra, many school districts in our area have the week off but keep in mind if you're heading up there, you probably want to do it today before this next storm hits tomorrow, chains are required on highway 50 between twin bridges and meyers in el dorado county, required between kingvale and state route seven interchange. back here in the bay area in
general, people have noticed some of their local creeks and streams higher than usual and depending on who you talk to, folks say it's either a nice change or sometimes in some cases it makes people a little nervous, especially when some of these creeks are right next to homes and neighborhoods. back to you guys. >> i know but for now, i mean, i know we are preparing for this really big storm but it's sunny where allie is. >> pleasanton, yeah, jogging out there, looks like a nice day but that's about to change. >> enjoy that while that lasts. >> yeah. 8:36 on the clock. let's talk about president trump. he is working today to fill the spot of national security advisory after army lieutenant general michael flynn resigned last week. going to be four interviews, those will take place in florida. the list includes lieutenant general keith kellogg. we've got former u.n. ambassador john bolton as well, and then army lieutenant hr mcmaster, and then lieutenant robert caslin.
secretary of education betsy devos is now receiving protection from u.s. marshals. the move comes after an encounter with protesters at a d.c. school. it's not clear whether the protection is a direct response to the incident. it is unusual for the marshal service to protect a cabinet member. those members received security protection through their own individual agencies. it is 8:37. this morning a lot of buzz around the presidents campaign really -- president's campaign rally yesterday in milburn, florida. >> a star is born, a star is born. >> it was an event that the white house billed as his first reelection rally. believe it or not, president trump greeted by a cheering crowd. he focused on trade immigration and some of his campaign promises and at one point, you saw it earlier, the president let a supporter address the crowd. >> i hear your demands. i hear your voices, and i
promise you i will deliver. i promise that. >> we the people, our movement is the reason why our president of the united states is standing in front of us today. >> president trump already has a lot of things planned over the next few days working on finding the national security advisor along with signing a new executive order on immigration. and this weekend president trump reiterated his intentions to have obamacare repealed and get replacement legislation moving through congress sometime next month. >> it's also time for the senate democrats to take responsibility for obamacare and to work with us to replace it with new reforms that reverse this nationwide healthcare tragedy. it's a tragedy. >> yesterday congressional democrats held meetings all over the bay area making their case to save the affordable
care act. ktvu's lee martinez has that story. >> reporter: across the country lawmakers are meeting with constituents. the talk always turns to healthcare and what republicans plan to do with the affordable care act. while republicans faced hostile loud crowds, democratic leaders in california were greeted by supporters. >> real difference in the lives of the american people. >> reporter: democrats say they will not compromise on redrafting the affordable care act. but as the minority party, they will need public help. >> you have to talk to your friends in republican districts to tell them to call their member of congress. >> reporter: democrats argue medicare and medicaid are tied to the aca. >> we do have some republican governors who are helping us who have expanded medicaid in their states. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich is one of them. he expanded medicaid in his state and says nearly 700,000 ohioans could lose coverage if the aca is repealed.
as a way around, the president trump and the g.o.p.'s repeal of the affordable care act on friday two california legislators introduced a bill to provide a single payer state healthcare system. >> this is the moment where the power of the people is going to be what saves us against this repeal. >> reporter: a singer payer california healthcare would -- under the single payer system the state would negotiate prices for services and prescriptions with the healthcare providers and pharmaceutical companies. supporters say single payer could reign in high co-pains -- rein in high co-pays and deductibles. william chan says the state would also need to invest more in its healthcare system, something she says it lagged on for three years. >> healthcare that plan was delicately balanced, it has to do with pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, has to do with the pool, all with these kind of things. i believe california can do it
but let's not let them do send it back 10, 20 years. >> lee martinez, ktvu fox fox 2 news. vice president mike pence took his first overseas trip. vice president pence walked around the camp touring various areas including the prison yard. he also spent time in a building which contains exhibits for the nazis. vice president placing a wreath of white flowers in front of a wall marking the date that camp was open. act tore shiloh -- shia labeouf had a way -- >> he will not divide us. >> the actor set up a 24 hour web cam on a wall in albuquerque, new mexico. the only instructions are the words he will not divide us, written above the camera. hundreds of people have gone up to that camera, repeating that
phrase in some form or fashion since that camera went up, including this moment around 7:00 this morning. >> the world that we live in now, especially the one now run by trump and, in my opinion, is going to bloody hell but there is still hope, there is still so much good in the world, so much to be learned, so much to be discovered, it's quite mesmerizing. i love the planet that we live in as corrupt and awful as it is. >> you will not divide us. >> and here's a live look at that camera right now in albuquerque. got a few people taking a little selfie video. >> selfie video. >> you can see that it seems to have a little steady stream of people coming to stand in front of it. >> i have a feeling it might be busy for a while too. it's -- coming up the woman at the center of the landmark roe
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good morning, bay area. happy sunday to you. we are looking at partly cloudy, mostly cloudy skies to start your sunday, a few scattered showers already falling over portions of the bay area, with a pretty big storm coming our way as we get into tonight and through your presidents' day. have a look at what you can expect for today and the extended forecast coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. well, we are now less than a month away from the largest public showing of asian and asian-american films in north america. the international asian- american film festival known as caamfest starts in just a few weeks and entries include works from india, asia and north america. and joining us this morning is festival director. thank you so much for coming in. good to see you again. >> thank you. >> 35 years of caamfest, it's a good way to showcase the talent out there but we were just
talking so much changed and tell me what people can expect from this festival that had you guys changing courses a little bit. >> i think our festival has always been community first and we reflect what we want the communities to talk about and reflect what's happening and when we are talking about mainstream media, whether it's oscars or looking at the kind of tense political climate we wanted to have a festival that can bridge -- bring people together to talk about these really important issues and also to really hopefully have a safe space for us to discuss, to share, to inspire people to move forward and do something within their community. >> and so when we are talking about the political climate, you've had a lot of films that are look backs at history and important moments in, you know, asian and asian-american history and those are kind of taking a bigger platform. >> yeah, absolutely. we really wanted to make sure that we had enough time at our festival to really talk about this, so our closing night presentation at the castro theater is the premiere of the chinese exclusion act which is
a documentary that caam is so proud to produce and it talks about the only legislation in the u.s. that barred a group of people on their ethnicity and race and sadly it's becoming more of a topic now and we want to make sure that all generations, all communities really know about this history so that we can hopefully avoid that in the future. >> yeah, and today with the 75th anniversary of the signing of the executive order for japanese interment camps it also has a lot of discussions ongoing now. in terms of specific movies, because we have got a couple, you're opening -- your opening night movie, tell me about that one. >> one of my favorite, if not favorite film of 2015 is a tiger hunter. narrative made by lena kahn and it's the immigration story of asian americans moving to america and it's really -- it's a comedy, it's funny, it talks about these really serious topics like immigration, about kind of the dynamics between multiple generations but it does it with levity, with smart
storytelling and we are going to be at the castro theater. we know that these are important topics but we also, i think it's important for us to laugh together, to come together and to have a moment where we can celebrate stories like this. >> so 35 years -- for people who haven't been to caamfest before and now that we have got a little bit of time for people to plan it out and navigate it, it's at all these locations. tell people how it works. >> we are looking at the 35th anniversary and it gave us an opportunity to reflect back. when we started we were a one day festival in chinatown and now that we are 35 years later, we are in 15 venues, all around the bay your from san francisco, oakland, we are in so many different neighborhoods and our programming has really shifted as well so we hope you like films and if you do, there's a slate of films to watch but we also have live entertainment, we have music, dance, we have spoken word, we have food programming, so if you like -- if you're more into food -- >> food is great and food is film. they go hand in hand, right?
>> absolutely. >> so you talk about communities. so it really is a place in all these different parts of the bay area which i think is great for people to come together wherever you are, you will be able to find a venue that fits you. let's put the information on the screen so people can plan out your second week of march there. caamfest kicks off march 9th until the 19th, san francisco, oakland and you can go online right now and get tickets. we made that easy for you by posting a link on our website, just head to ktvu.com and look for web links. we are excited for the festival so thanks so much for coming in. we appreciate your time. >> thank you so much. head over to rosemary, she has got about a few weeks to make sure there's good weather for that film festival. >> in a few weeks, yeah -- >> no pressure. >> be getting close to springtime in a few weeks. yes, indeed. we are looking at gray skies for most of us this morning. we do have a little bit of sunshine out there at times, but it's not going to really last. we have the clouds that will continue to pull in ahead of the main storm, we also have
scattered showers that will remain in the forecast as well. go back to stormtracker 2, see if anything is shaking out there, early this morning we had a scattered -- we had scattered showers pull through the bay area, since tapered off, at least for now, sunny breaks in some portions of the east bay you can see here as we go to the north bay, just north a few scattered showers over the lake county area, areas around santa rosa mostly cloudy but mainly dry at the moment, along the peninsula a few scattered showers there and as we head to the sierra, mainly dry as well, there is a lake wind advisory in place for the sierra and then a winter storm warning expected when this system begins to ramp up a little bit later tonight and into tomorrow. as far as rainfall amounts here at home, an inch and a half for portions of the south bay to three, four, even 5 inches over portions of the central and north bay and the hills will be slammed with rain, it looks like four to 6 inches or so expected for santa cruz mountains as well as the coastal range. the winds will be picking up a little bit later this afternoon. we have a wind advisory that
starts for the entire bay area, 4:00 this afternoon, goes until early tuesday morning. here's a look at your futurecast model, a few light scattered showers at this time. as we get into the evening hours, though, it begins to really intensify. so most of today will just be light showers, a little soggy out there, winds picking up in the afternoon, a flood advisory expected to also be from later this afternoon all the way into tuesday morning, continues to rain as we sleep and then tomorrow morning we wake up, we have got another heavy band rolling through the bay area, i stop it here at noontime, looks like it could linger over the south bay, so the south bay could have a morning of very wet weather. here we are now into the afternoon and thankfully it's a holiday and hopefully not a lot of folks on the roadways but we will have a lot of travelers going to and from. we have got some rain that continues and then if i take you into tomorrow night, it's still raining so, again, we are not likely to see a break until really wednesday into thursday
because it looks like we will have scattered showers in the forecast on tuesday as well. anyway i'm giving you way too much information. take a look at the rainfall amounts expected just today, anywhere from quarter inch to 1/2", an inch possible for the santa cruz mountains but then as we go into monday night when again we are looking at quite a bit of wet weather for the entire day, inch and a half for san jose, 4 inches san francisco, five san rafael. these numbers are trending even wetter than yesterday. temperatures right now upper 40s to low 50s into the afternoon, upper 50s to near 60, mostly cloudy skies, light showers, with the heavier stuff coming in late tonight through tomorrow, a few showers on tuesday, a chance on wednesday, we start to see a drying trend wednesday, thursday and into next weekend. but, wow, i mean as we know, it doesn't take much for our rivers and our streams and our creeks to start flooding and the winds -- >> we are full. >> and a doozie tomorrow. >> we are full.
back now, fiat chrysler issued a recall involving thousands of cars because the drive shaft bolt may come loose causing the vehicle to lose power, increasing the risk a possible crash. recall includes 2014 through 2017. all damage chrysler and three hundreds with all-wheel drive. about 75,000 cars here in the u.s., canada and mexico are affected. the recall expected to begin march 31st. chrysler says it will notify owners and dealers will replace all the parts free of charge. so far there haven't been any reports, though, of accidents or injuries. delta airlines is bringing free meals for the economy class but -- on 12 hour flights
over the next several weeks. delta discontinued free food in early 2000. >> so they could buy new jets and hire more employees and now customers paying the least expensive basic economy fare will get those free meals. the food industry is working to simplify labels on perishable food, two of the nation's largest grocery store trade groups are now moving to reduce the confusing date labels to just two, used by, and best if used by. for products highly perishable and the best use by label will be -- praising the new clarification because consumers, much of the time, are actually throwing out perfectly good food. mobile recycling centers could be coming to san francisco. state senator scott wiener introduced new legislation to create them. he says they would take the pressure off mom and pop businesses who are required to
redeem recycleables themselves if they are further than a half mile away from the recycling center. several have closed in the city in recent years. eight recycling centers in all of san francisco. looks like at&t is offering unlimited data for your smartphone once again. at&t is the last carrier to go back to unlimited data. verizon made that move early last week and all other major carriers followed suit. right now sprint offers the lowest price for a single line of unlimited data, talk and text for $50 a month. most carriers are offering some sort of discount for multiple lines. and take a look at this, the city in the netherlands installed these lights along the pavement, the light strips are synced with stop lights to let pedestrians who are looking down on their phones know when to stop or go. i think you should just look up. >> maybe. >> city officials say that too many people are getting hit by cars or bikes because they are not looking up from the phone screens so maybe you got to do something. mixed reactions to the project. some like the high tech solution, others say it just
encourages people to use smartphones while in traffic. >> it's safe so that's a good thing but it is scary and i've been guilty of it too when you're walking, especially in san francisco. >> distracted, yes. thousands are now calling for a middle school teacher to be fired. her role in violent protest on campus of uc berkeley early this month. and another storm coming right at us. barreling towards the bay area and we are going to have more on the impact it could have on your presidents' day plans.
>> this is ktvu mornings on 2 weekend. >> ♪[music] ♪ and i ran ♪ >> good morning to you. they are still running. it's a hill though. give them a break. maybe some of them need to slow it down. this is china town run this morning. they're going up california. and that hill gets bigger. i give it to anyone who decides to take a run. >> anyone who gets up on a sunday morning and runs, god bless them. flock of sea gulls. >> we need to play it louder for them going up the hill. it is february 19th, sunday morning. welcome to mornings on 2. i'm
claudine wong. >> and good morning. i'm frank frank. happy sunday. we are more on what looks like a couple soggy of days. the forecast is coming up. we're on the storm watch this morning. more rain on the way sooner rather than later. >> that's right. all of the rainfall keeping things saturated. the reservoirs are full. they are overfilled. we will have more on how the storm could affect you in the next 24 hours. it is a chance for those not happy with president trump to vent their concerns. this is a live web cam from new mexico. and actor shia labeouf set it up. >> they are following the slogan he will not divide us. hear what one woman feels about the current administration coming up shortly. check out this video. this is out of los angeles. that's a sink hole. now there are two. two cars swallowed up in a matter of minutes. extreme winter weather slamming the entire golden
state. rosemary orozco has a check of the weather. >> we have more coming. this is the introduction to the next storm. it is light out there. a few sunny breaks. in the second part of the afternoon and into the afternoon hours, the rain becomes more widespread and picks up late tonight. giving you aa live look at the estuary towards san francisco. we can see only gray sky. but off to the right, a little bit of sun coming through there as well. so partly sunny, partly cloudy to start your morning. early this morning, we had showers over the bay area. they have since moved on. you can see still more off of the pacific or over the pacific and moving our direction. pacificca may be picking up on the showers there and the south bay a few scattered showers reported there. lake county a few showers over your area. the sierra a dry one but windy. wind advisory in place there. with the winter storm warning
for winter travel coming there as well. for your presidents day, expect some flooding out there, additional mudslides and damaging winds. a flash flood watch as well as a wind advisory for the entire bay area. that starts later this afternoon. and at this moment, it goes all the way until tuesday morning. here is a look at the timeline. so, again, we just have a chance for the first part of the day. a lot of cloud cover out there. a few sprinkles here and there. it becomes a little more widespread as we get into the evening hours. sunset about 5:45 these days. into tonight and tomorrow is when the rain really will be heavy. the winds will be quite strong. it will last for the entire day. i'm going to give you the timeline on this. we will take a look how much rainfall we expect. because we're going to get quite a bit. we will look at what to expect for the sierra as well coming up. >> thank you, rose mar i. keeping the theme going, a few parts of the bay area getting a respite from the rain. as you heard from rosemary, the
break will be short and sweet. >> yes. many northern california creeks and reservoirs are reaching the highest water levels they have had in years. allie rasmus is live in pleasanton. it's not coming down yet, but it's going your way soon, allie. >> it's coming. >> reporter: right. and people in the meantime though taking advantage of this break in the rain. the little bit of blue skies we've had. people working on the canal trail. the trail along gold creek which is right behind where we are. this gold creek is parallel to 680. and the water level if you take a look isn't as high as it was earlier this month. it is still pretty high. it looks like a small river in some instances rather than a creek. residents say it has been higher this winter than it has in the last several years of drought. if you look along the bank of the creek, you can see spots that have had some erosion during the heavy rainfall. you can also see some of the erosion nearby pleasanton canal
that feeds into gold creek. one of the homes that butts up to the canal, we saw a tarp preventing dirt and mud from washing away. this has created dramatic erosion problems to the south us of. from granite creek road to scott's valley because of a mudslide that happened earlier in the season. caltrans has been working on repairs but had to stop them because of the rain on friday. the agency says those repairs won't resume until the latest storm passes. so they definitely won't be doing any work on that tomorrow. tomorrow is a holiday for some. and with the holiday weekend coming to a close, it may mean an easier commute than a typical monday. and that is good news because as rosemary has been telling us all morning, we are expecting heavy rainfall during the morning hours tomorrow. back to you guys. >> more is coming. allie rasmus, live for us in pleasanton. thanks. it is 9:06. the largest reservoir in santa
clara county is full. for more rain headed to the south bay, that means concern about flooding down in the morgan hill and san jose area. for the first time in 11 years, there's water flowing over the anderson dam spillway. 3100 gallons a second are pouring out of the anderson reservoir in morgan hill. the water district is trying to drain as much water as it can from the reservoir so there is room for the new rain falling in the next couple of days. that is creating a tourist attraction at the reservoir. >> it is magnificent. i had to make sure to bring my daughter. >> last year it was full but nowhere near this full. >> there you go. savannah. the apartment clara water district says if there's a lot of rain, there could be flooding between now and tuesday in the neighborhood. the other worry is keeping the anderson reservoir at less than 68% of capacity. that's because the dam needs seismic retrofitting. for safety reasons alone, they need to keep the reservoir to
just about two-thirds full. yesterday police in ventura county found the body of a man in a creek who had been swept away by fast moving waters on friday. in san bernardino county, somebody was found dead inside a home that was submerged by water. and the chp says wet weather played a role in two deadly accidents in san diego. new video shows a car -- there it goes -- falling into a 20-foot sink hole in los angeles. that sink hole, you can see it again from at angle, it opened up friday night. two cars in there. one of the drivers had to be rescued. when firefighters arrived, they actually saw a woman 48 years old standing on one of the cars. they had to lower a ladder down to help her get out. there is rushing water in that sink hole. now, the second car that went in, the driver of that car escaped before it fell. there is growing support for a berkeley middle school
teacher who says her job is now on the line after supporting this month's protest at cal. yvette says she has been harassed following an appearance on fox news. she believes the protesters acted accordingly with their use of violence. she is also one of the leaders of the group by any means necessary that did take part in the demonstration. she says after her tv appearance, trump supporters have been contacting her school and they're trying to get her fired. >> everyone has a right to stand up and stop racist and facist attacks on us, on our friends and neighbors, on our coworkers and community. we pledge to continue to do that. >> the berkeley unified school district has received a thousand e-mails and phone calls this week demanding to have her removed and fired. she also appeared on the 4 on 2 earlier this month. you can hear her thoughts on supporting the protests on our
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♪[music] ♪ everyone was dancing in the moonlight ♪ ♪ dancing in the moonlight ♪ ♪ >> how about dancing in the rain. we've got scattered shower activity going on this morning. plenty of cloud cover already in place with a few sunny breaks for the start of your sunday. but it's not going to get better. it's going to get worse. we have another storm coming our way. it will include heavy rain at times and wind. more snow for the sierra with
advisories expected there as well. i'll detail the system coming up. >> okay, rosemary. nba all-star weekend all weekend. last night was the skills competition. klay thompson big favorite in the three-point contest. he is the defending champ and really good but he did not have the a game cooking. bounced in the first round although he came out looking pretty good. he drove four of his first five. but then well the well went drive. double the points. and he buried only two of the five: he lost out there. it was pretty much game over. eric gordon was your eventual win. >> it feels like a bad loss during the season. i'll bounce back and make more shots during the all-star game. >> did will be played today at
5:00. this man can dunk. your winner within assist from a cheerleader, a teammate and the mascot, watch him jump over everyone. grab it. reverse dunk and come down on both feet. he got 10s across the board. first pacer to ever win the slam dunk contest. well, golden state warriors draymond green believes the world could be flat. he made that surprising statement. irving says that he believes it is flat despite science tiff evidence to the contrary. green added he had not done enough research as far as photographic evidence showing a round earth. he said i can make a round picture with my iphone and make it look round. >> christopher columbus line five. >> i know. the sharks went into arizona without a victory against the coyotes all season. san jose quieted the fans by scoring two goals in the 1st
period. san jose scored again in the 2nd. arizona did try to make a little bit of a come back. they scored once in the 3rd. but you have brett burns getting his second goal of the game. and the sharks would -- there it goes -- win 4-1. they get ready for a five-daybreak after tonight. we got all of the rain. if you're looking for something to do on the presidents day holiday with the whole family, might want to head to a national park. presidents day is one of the free national park days. in some cases, you can save up to 30 bucks. yosemite national park expects heavy crowds even during the winter. bring your chains though. free admission at mere woods national monument and the parks all across the land. >> free admission is good. national parks fantastic. weather, to do all of those things on a free day, you might have to wait until the next free day.
>> yes. >> we don't want to scare them away but this rain coming our way. >> it's a doozie. >> sure. even if it were free, i may pass. >> you gave up your ski trip. >> yeah. >> that's just me. >> yes, indeed. presidents day will be a wet and windy one. outside the doors at this hour, we have cloud cover in place. we do have a few scattered showers. and this is what we will have for most of your sunday. it is going to pick up as we get into the evening hours. and then into the overnight hours, it really intensifies. that was a pretty shot where we have a little bit of blue mixed in with all of the gray. here is a look at storm tracker 2. you can see more off the coast and continue to move across the bay area. for your morning and afternoon, expect a lot of cloud cover with a few sprinkles in between. it will pass. and then we will be left with gray skies and another shower moving overhead. this going on for the next several hours. here is a look at tahoe right now where we are dry at the
moment. a wind advisory in place for tahoe goes until tonight. so a little treacherous already there. at least it is mainly dry. the shade of green that you see has to do with flooding, a possibility, because snow levels will be coming up over the next 12 hours or so. 7500 feet expected tomorrow morning. and then dropping again. so you will need your chains or snow tires if you're going up and going to be there a few days. it will be a fluid situation. here is what is happening here at home. at 4:00 this afternoon, we begin with a flood advisory, a watch for the entire bay area. it goes until tuesday morning. which means ponding on the roadways, minor flooding, minor slides for all of us a possibility. a wind advisory for the entire bay area. i know some folks sheltered from the wind a little bit. but it is going to be widespread enough that the entire bay area is included in this. wind gusts to 50 miles per hour along the coast, inside the bay, in our hills. those are damaging winds. those will bring down the trees and power lines. we have seen it before. here is a look at your
futurecast model as we roll through the afternoon on sunday. hit or miss showers continuing. here is tonight though. this is when it begins to ramp up. it will continue as we get into the overnight hours. here is tomorrow morning. we wake up with a pretty good band of rain moving through. keeping in mind this is just a projection. it could change a little bit. it could shift a little bit, slow down a little bit, speed up a little bit. but for folks on the roadways tomorrow morning, it looks treacherous. thankfully it is a holiday and hopeful lien a big commute. as we get into the dinner hour, it is still hanging on. monday night, still with us. it looks like scattered showers in the forecast for tuesday as well. over the next 12 hours or so, we will take you through your sunday evening. quarter inch to half an inch expected. then as we get into presidents day, by tomorrow night and into tuesday morning, after all of that rainfall has come to pass, three, four, five inches a possibility for maybe even our
urban areas. i mean we're looking at san rafael five inches, five and a half. this is a lot juicier than yesterday. picking up on more moisture expected. san jose maybe an inch and a half. santa cruz mountains, three and a half. i've seen some with estimates close to six inches for the santa cruz mown tabs. here is a look at the numbers or outside right now under partly sunny skies. 53 in oakland. 52 redwood city. for your afternoon today, upper 50s in the forecast. 57 san francisco. 59 in concord. north bay 58 in santa rosa. here is a look at the extended forecast. just be prepared for the flooding and the wind. if you're going to be on the roadways, will be slick and hazardous. all the way through monday. scattered showers on tuesday. chance on wednesday. but improving on wednesday with dry weather in the forecast. >> commute on tuesday morning wet but not quite like monday. >> it could be. the models have backed off a little bit. it looked like we were going to get another round on tuesday but it looks showery.
>> the brunt of it on monday. >> be prepared. folks who use highway 17 and things like that obviously. >> right. >> you mayo owe take one more day, work from home. >> it is a holiday for a lot of people. >> if you can. >> take tuesday off too. why not. >> not a bad idea. >> sure. >> the whole week. >> democratic lawmakers all over the bay area today. what they're asking voters to do. and weather couldn't stop space x from launching the rocket from florida. more on the launch and the disastrous explosion from last year's attempted launch, when we come back.
they have been ordered to shelter in place. the government said it liberated the eastern half of the city but islamic state militants include suicide bombers continue to launch attacks there. russia says there will be another ceasefire in eastern ukraine starting tomorrow. the russian foreign minister made the announcement yesterday. vice president mike pence has met with the ukrainian president and assured him of u.s. support. more than 9800 people have been killed in fighting between pro russian separatists in the last three years. bill gates issuing a strong warning about the dangers of bioterrorism. he spoke in germany at the conference held yesterday. there is reasonable probability that terrorists could create a synthetic version of a virus that could kill millions of people and he urged government to prepare for these epidemics the same way that you prepare for a war.
well, this morning, a successful launch in florida from the kennedy space center. >> three, two, one. ignition and liftoff of the falcon 9 to the space station. >> there it goes. the space x falcon rocket. it is the first launch for the company since a september explosion destroyed a rocket and damaged the launch pad. that rocket is carrying a load of supplies for the international space station. space x has tweeted that the rocket also landed successfully on a barge in the ocean that marks the eighth successful landing for the elon musk rocket company. a lot of people, hundreds of people jumping into the chilly waters of the san francisco bay yesterday. >> oh, my god. >> oh, yes. >> oh my god and yes. a little bit of exhiliration
and are you kidding me. >> it is part of the special olympics of northern california. they don't have to stay in long. get the hair wet and toes wet and get out. they all paid to have sponsors. at least $100 worth to get into a -- the pond, the bay, and chill it out a little bit. this year's event raised nearly $200,000. so a group university. you always feel get when you get out. getting in is tough. a little bit. >> that is fantastic for the special olympics. 9:26. a first for donald trump at his re-election campaign rally. >> a star is born. a star is born. more on the moment the president pulled a supporter out of the crowd in florida to address everyone. you're going to hear from him when we come back.
♪[music] >> not a lot of folks coming in from marin today. they know the rain is coming. it looks like a little -- a little more clouds have moved into the bay. but -- >> it's a good day to snuggle up. >> good movie day. >> watch mornings on 2. just get another cup of coffee. hang out and, hey, it's a good day to do that tomorrow as well. >> maybe a better day tomorrow
with the holiday. >> and tuesday too. so in this little break in the rain, go get the sand bags and make sure that they're positioned properly. clear the drains. hunker down. make sure that you -- >> get comfort food. make a bowl of chili. >> he went straight to the food, rosemary. >> why not. movies, food and rain. they go hand in hand. let's kick it over to rosemary. you're the professional. >> on a serious note. people who have had flooding in maybe downtown or near a creek or wherever they may be, it's likely that they're going to see some issues. >> another significant storm coming with wind, flooding. we have seen them before. we're going to see it again. perhaps even some areas that haven't flooded just yet this season may do so over the next couple of days because we have quite a bit of rain coming our way. giving you a look here over san jose. a little bit of blue trying to mix in within that gray sky there. a few scattered showers continuing to fall this
morning. early on, we actually had a good wave move there. i had my windshield wipers going this morning. at the moment we look mainly drive. looking at the golden gate bridge. notice the camera shaking around just a little bit earlier. so the wind is beginning to pick up some. santa rosa 50. right now san francisco 51. oakland 53. san jose 51 outside your door. here is a look at storm tracker 2. again, just showers going at this hour. and this will be what we see as we get into the first part of your sunday, second part of the afternoon, before it becomes a little more widespread tonight. mostly cloudy skies. showers right off of the coastline. this will push through in the next half hour or so. you may notice the roads turning wet outside of your door. here is a look at what is going on in the sierra. it is actually calm. it is the calm before the storm we're calling it. we do have advisories for the sierra and our own advisories here. they're coming later today. and they are going to last through tuesday morning.
this next system bringing -- bringing an inch and a half to areas over the portion of the south bay. two to three inches for central and north bay. five to six inches for our hills. so, again, it is going to be a soaker. we are looking at winds gusting to perhaps 50 miles per hour. wind advisory and an advisory for our flooding will move into effect later this afternoon and last until tuesday morning as i mentioned. snow levels will be going up and then coming back down. so when i come back, a detailed look at this system. how much rainfall we expect for your neighborhood and when we expect to dry out. more on this coming up. rosemary has been saying it may be sunny where you are right now, but there is more rain. it's coming right at us. and we know the latest storms are going to create problems for drivers and for property owners around northern california. >> it is coming. of course there are now concerns there could be more problems caused by the rain and snow at the higher elevations. allie rasmus has been in pleasanton all morning checking
conditions in the east bay. good morning, allie. >> reporter: good morning. no rain here in pleasanton. there was a little earlier this morning. it is dry. you see people taking advantage of this dry spell. a brief break in the rain to jog along the trail. let's show you the gold creek which is right behind us. this runs parallel to highway 680. residents say it is the highest it has been really in several years, many years because of all of the wet winter and heavy rainfall we had earlier this season. you can seer ocean along the -- you can see erosion along the banks. she said she comes out here frequently and checks the erosion and checks the conditions out here. she is expecting a very busy day in napa tomorrow on the job because of more heavy rain on the way. >> i'm worried about tomorrow's rainfall. as with the other rainfalls, we drive around and look at the
sites and then we come back and do what we can to kind of do emergency protective measures. >> reporter: and she said that in napa, there are about 40 spots, roadways, areas that are prone to flooding that the county has identified as potential problem area that's need some sort of fix and repair and they're working with fema and other agencies operations, emergency services operations to try to get the repairs done. in other parts of the bay area, rain has also caused some problems. in novato, highway 37 is a problem. shut down. it has been since february 9th because of flooding in the marsh land that it sits on. there is a levee that broke earlier this month. the highway has been sinking. caltrans has come up with a long-term fix to raise the road and add drainage pipes. no estimated time to reopen the area. on this presidents day holiday weekend, people might be heading to and from the sierra. many school districts in the area have the week off.
if you're headed that way, today is probably a better day to do it than tomorrow when the heavy rain comes in. chains are required on highway 50 between twin bridges and myers. also required on 880 between kingvail and the interchange, big rigs headed that way are being stopped to show they have the maximum chains that are required. throughout the bay area in general, people have noticed their local creeks and streams higher than they have been in years past. again, no rain to tell you about here in pleasanton. we are seeing a little bit of blue skies out here. as rosemary has been telling us all morning, that is supposed to change. it will be a different story 24 hours from now. >> thanks, allie. president trump is working today to fill the slot of national security adviser after army lieutenant general michael flynn resigned last week. the white house says that trump will interview four national
security advisers. it includes kellogg, bolton, mccaster and lieutenant general caslin. they are scheduled for today at his mar-a-lago estate. devos is getting protection after protesters approached her at a d.c. school. it is not clear if it is in response to the incident. but it is unusual for the service to protect a cabinet member. they usually receive it through their individual agencies. a whole lot of buzz around president trump's campaign rally in melbourne, florida yesterday. ♪god bless the usa ♪ >> thousands on hand. it was an event that the white house billed as the first re- election rally just a month into his office. president trump was greeted about i a cheering crowd.
the commander in chief's remarks focused on trade, immigration and campaign promises. at one point the president let a supporter address the crowd. >> i hear your demands. i hear your voices and i promise you i will deliver. i promise that. >> we the people, our movement is the reason why our president of the united states is standing here in front of us today. >> he got a lot of applause. the president already has a number of things planned for the next few days, working on finding the next national security adviser, along with signing a new executive order on immigration. this weekend, president trump reiterated his intentions to have obamacare repealed. >> he wants to get replacement legislation moving through congress next month. >> so sometime for the senate democrats to take responsibility for obamacare and to work with us to replace it with new reforms that
reverse this nationwide health care tragedy. it's a tragedy. a tragedy. >> yesterday congressional democrats held meetings all over the bay area making their case to save the affordable care act. leigh martinez has that story. >> reporter: across the country, lawmakers are meeting with constituents. the talk always turns to health care and what republicans plan to do with the affordable care act. while republicans faced hostile loud crowds, democratic leaders in california were greeted by supporters. >> a real difference in the lives of the american people. >> reporter: democrats say they will not compromise in redrafting the affordable care act. but as the minority party, they will need public help. >> you have to talk to your friends in republican districts to tell them to call their member of congress. >> reporter: democrats argue medicare and medicaid are tied to the aca. >> so we do have some republican governors who are
helping us who have expanded medicaid in their states. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich is one of them. he expanded medicaid in his state and says nearly 700,000 ohioans could lose coverage if the aca is repealed. as a way around president trump's and the gop's repeal of the affordable care act, on friday, two california legislators introduced a bill to provide a single payor self health care system. >> this is the moment where the power of the people is going to be what sustains us against this repeal. >> reporter: a single payor california health care would cover 38 million californians. the state would negotiate prices for services and prescriptions with the health care providers and pharmaceutical companies. supporters say single payor could reign in higher copays and deductibles. but william chan says the state would also need to invest more in its health care system.
something she says it lagged on for three years. >> the plan was delicately balanced. it has to do with pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies. it has to do with the risk pool and all of the kind of things. so i believe that california can do it. but let's -- let's not let them -- let's not let them do this and send us back 10, 20 years. >> reporter: leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. >> today vice president mike pence continued his first overseas trip. he spent time this morning visiting the remains of a former nazi camp. the vice president walked around the camp touring areas can including the prison yard and spent time in a building that contains exhibits from the nazis. vice president placing a wreath of white flowers in front of the wall marking the dates that the camp was open. a web cam set up by shia labeouf and two actors is back up. it was a way for people to voice their displeasure against president trump.
>> he will not divide us. >> he will not divide us. >> he will not divide us. >> this project was started in queens, new york by labeouf. it was supposed to be up for four years but the museum had shut it down saying it created a public safety hazard for staff, visitors, et cetera. now that 24-hour web cam on a wall in albuquerque, new mexico is back up. the only instructions are he will not divide us written above the camera. hundreds have gone to the camera repeating that phrase in some form or fashion. that includes this moment that we caught around 7:00 this morning. morning. >> the world that we live in now, especially the one now run by trump and in my opinion is going to bloody hell. but there is still hope. there is still so much good in the world. so much to be learned. so much to be discovered. it's quite mesmerizing that i love the planet that we live in
as corrupt and awful as it is. >> you will not divide us. >> let's see if we can peek in. there we are. there's a live look at the camera right now in albuquerque. again, this is the new home for that web camera. if you had watched it after the inauguration is when it went up. now it's back up again. >> interesting how it went from what did we say new york to albuquerque. >> albuquerque. >> there it is. >> all right. >> going to get a lot of activity. coming up, a ski lovers dream. a been much of fresh powder on a big three-day holiday weekend. what is better than that? right. more on the storms headed to the sierra and how it could impact people on presidents day, especially when you need to come home. stay right there.
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♪ across the usa ♪ ♪ then everybody be surfing ♪ ♪ like california ♪ ♪ fornia ♪ ♪ >> good morning to you. a live look there over san jose. well, we don't have any surf advisories in place. but we have small craft advisory as well as wind and flooding coming later today. ♪[music] >> cool song. i love this song. >> yeah. >> we're all in this together, folks. i will detail what you can expect with the latest storm coming up in a moment. >> we went from beach boys to something else. >> whatever works. >> ♪[music] >> all right. >> put another quarter in the jukebox. >> yes. let's go to sonoma county. because we're going to talk about a cemetery there. >> a scary situation. a tree came down. it wasn't the rain so much. it broke a water main and then flooded the entire cemetery. >> it happened yesterday
morning at the valley cemetery. you can see pictures on east macarthur street. the three large trees hit the water main. as if we didn't have enough water. this caused plenty of damage. two nearby homes were threatened but the sand bags kept the water away. mother nature soaked a small community. maxwell located on highway 5 between sacramento and red bluff flooded earlier this week. residents looking at high water marks in homes and the local elementary school suffered damage to the carpeting and the floor. it is east of the oroville dam. releases were not part of the problem. >> it has nothing to do with the oroville spillway situation. this water is water that accumulated from the foothills and worked its way east oust the foothill -- out of the foothills. >> people evacuated their homes until it was finally safe to
return. several drivers also stuck on flooded roads and business owners are waiting for insurance adjusters to arrive to assess what is quite a bit of damage to the stores and merchandise too. what a pain in the neck. >> yeah. >> water is not your friend when it does that kind of thing. >> we're going to get a lot more of it. at 9:47 let's go to rosemary. i mean, the inches, the number of inches we're getting is significant. >> yes. the atmospheric river taking aim at us once again as we go into presidents day. today, a light scatter showered. a prelude to the bigger storm coming tonight and tomorrow. as claudine mentioned, plenty of rain and wind come ago long with it. a live look across the bay towards the golden gate bridge. starting out with gray skies. a few areas with sunshine. had a tweet from pleasanton and a picture but i couldn't get it to load up into my graphic. she says sun winning out in pleasanton. at least for now. that will change as we get into the next few hours. in fact, for some of us gray
skies now and gray skies going to be the case for the next couple of day. here is a look where we're seeing a few scattered showers. it tapered off a little bit and now is back. san francisco now over the golden gate bridge, we've got some. we have some right on the east side there near the bay view district it looks like. into the east bay, we have some over the east bay hills. to the north bay we go. fairly dry at the moment. if we shift a little farther into lake county, scattered showers here as well. for your afternoon today, mostly cloudy skies. scattered showers. here is a look at the atmospheric river. it has a water vapor loop. it shows a good juror of showing you all of the water in the atmosphere. you can see it stretches back to the hawaiian islands. when those two occur, we know we will get a good amount of rain. with that comes an advisory. a flood watch for all of the
bay area. it starts at 4:00 this afternoon and runs all the way through tuesday morning. going to bring wind with this storm. also at 4:00 this afternoon, a wind advisory for the entire bay area, lasting until 5:00 in the morning. some spots don't see the wind so strong. but it is widespread enough it will include the entire bay area and the hills will be very very gusty especially late tonight into tomorrow. that's when the brunt of the system will move through. today we could pick you have half an inch or so. less in some spots. as we get into sunday night and into monday night, that's 24- hour time frame, take a look at the accumulation here. anywhere from two to three to four inches for our urban areas. the hills are expected to pick up five, maybe even six inches. so a good amount of rain coming our way. here is a look at the futurecast model. there is tonight. this is when it begins to intensify. we go into late tonight,
overnight hours. tomorrow morning, it's still going. tomorrow noon time, it's still going. into the afternoon, dinner time, still going. tomorrow night, it's still going. tuesday, scattered showers in the forecast before we start to dry out. temperatures right now under partly sunny skies. 53 in oakland. 52 san francisco. in the south bay, 51 san jose. afternoon highs for today, upper 50 toss near 60. temperatures really haven't changed a whole lot in the last few days. you won't notice a change there. again, we're soggy today. we're really wet tomorrow. chance of showers on tuesday. wednesday we twin to dry out. the sierra has a lake advisory now, a winter storm warning later. very very dangerous there. >> the rain-snow line is about 7,000 feet. >> 6,000 feet right now. it will raise to 7500 feet by tomorrow morning and then drop back down towards probably 5,000 by maybe tuesday, wednesday. >> okay. >> sounds like a mess. >> yes. >> it will be ups and downs. the higher elevations all said and done, you know, two, three,
four, five inches of new snow. i should say feet. >> feet. >> not inches. feet. >> big difference. >> let's talk oroville dam. that is still an issue. take a live look at what is happening at the dam now. you can still see the damage. now, the water levels and we're talking about that, those are actually. >> 852. >> 852. that is actually good when you're talking about what it was. and the dangers. but they're going to get a lot of rain up there as well. right. >> yes. they should see anywhere from two to four, maybe five inches as well. >> and then they still have to, you know, kind of make all of the repairs. so you've got crews working 24 hours a day on that damaged spillway and all of the area below. you have the water flow across that spillway. that has been cut to 449,000 gallons. you've got the folks there still on alert. they have been allowed back into their homes. but one evacuation center is still open and they're keeping that open. state water officials are
concerned because when you're talking about, you know, the rain coming, anything is going to cause damage. >> the good news, they have emptied that quite a bit in the last week. >> yes. >> they have a lot of room before the thing will overflow. >> with the streams coming in and the snow pack and all of that. >> we're talking about all these things. it's the long-term fixes that will take a while to really get yourself where you're like okay, that's fine, where you're not overly concerned. >> that alone over $200 million to repair. >> yeas. >> just amazing. just a crack in the spillway there. all of the erosion going down below it. they will have to completely remodel that. >> and the power of the water still going. when you're looking at it, that's -- that's still a lot of water. >> sure. >> thankfully it is in use still. >> yeah. >> absolutely. >> okay. >> we have much more coming up. stay right there, folks. we will be right back and tell you about a chrysler recall. vehicles affected and why the automaker is pulling them and
chrysler will notify all of the owners and the dealers will replace the parts free of charge. there have been no reports of accidents or injuries. at&t is offering unlimited data for your smart phone. they are the last to go back to the unlimited data plan. verizon made the move last week and all major carriers followed suit. most carriers are offering some sort of discount for multiple lines. and take a look at this. what do you think? this is the city in the netherlands that installed the lights along the pavement. why did they do that? they're synced to the stoplights and they don't have to look at the light because they're all looking down at their phones. too many people are getting hit by cars or bikes because they're not looking up from their phone screens. as you might imagine, mixed
reactions to this project. some like the high-tech solution. others say, hey, that makes people look down more. >> enabling a bad habit. >> have you ever been to an airport, walking through the corridors and people are like this. and down battery street in san francisco it's like okay we can go. it's ridiculous. put it your pocket and get your cup of coffee. let's move on. you're not listening. >> maybe because one of us is guilty of doing that sometimes. >> really. >> yeah. terrible habit. >> bad. bad. >> let's take a look at the weather. we really want to warn people, it's acoming. >> it is. heavy rain and wind for tomorrow. snow in the sierra. chance of showers on tuesday. >> you're getting tired of talking. we dry out on wednesday. >> yeah. >> all right. >> we just have to get through the next 36, 48 hours. >> yes. >> but it's going to be a wet,
soggy next 36 to 48 hours. >> doing a little work on some of the bart tracks too between the lafayette and orinda stations. give yourself another 20 minutes if you're heading into the city on bart. >> thanks for joining us. ktvu weather app will have all of the latest and the coverage on ktvu.com. have a great day. ♪[music] >> be safe. ♪[music]
>> chris: i'm chris wallace. if donald trump campaigns to rally his supporters to one month his presidency. ♪ >> i am here because i want to be among my friends and among the people. >> chris: after lashing out at his critics -- >> with the leaks are absolutely real. at the news is big because so much of the news is fake. >> chris: and combining with russia to win the election. >> i have no bones in russia. do not have any deals in russia. >> chris: the president defends the start of his administration. >> chaos, zero chaos. this is a fine tuned machine. >> chris: we will discuss what he does from here with c