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concord billion 51. lafayette 52. there are cool readings and otherwise sunshine and one more day of high-pressure and it packs its bags and gets kicked out. 50s, 60s and 90s through the interior. 7:00 golden gate is foggy? >> you asked nicely so i will pull it up the golden gate bridge southbound 101, it is hard to see but the traffic is light it's foggy on the golden gate and you will see the fog will be dense parts of san francisco the peninsula and it gets better reaching the east bay. he was a slow traffic as well on 80 westbound, on the e. shore freeway but not berkeley. the camera is focused we cannot see normal views because of the dense fog. toll plaza backed up her 25 minute delay, no major problems on the bridge. 880, oakland and traffic is
okay. i want to show you highway four is slow through pittsburgh bay points and 680 down to san ramon looks good but in dublin pleasantly thin is slow from 580 interchange down to the southern end of pleasanton. and in the south bay, traffic is slowing on the major freeways. let's go back to the desk. developing news at san francisco. police spent hours researching this morning with a call about a home invasion robbery late last night and it ending with the suspect in custody. >> winds kristin cabin is in the neighborhood you have been out for hours. the exchange of gunfire was with one of the suspects good morning. >> reporter: good morning. at this time investigators are looking for other suspects and you can see officers came out moments ago where the home
invasion occurred earlier investigations are winding down but there are crime scene investigators here and i spoke with a neighbor who tells me this is an active seen overnight she saw neighbors swarming the area with automatic rifles looking for the suspects. investigators and officers are on scene examining the home where it started. investigators were called to the scene for the home invasion 11:00 last night and when they arrived officers approached the front door of the home and that is when they say the suspects bailed out of the back of the home. the police will not say how many people they are looking for at this time but at least one of those suspects fired a gun at the officer's one officer fired úmultiple suspects were running at that time through backyards hopping over fences and officer same and that chase they were able to catch one suspects in the home invasion and officers issued a shelter in place for the area locking down the neighborhood. the other suspects managed to get away. >> the search was called off of the subjects and they made a search of the area and
established a perimeter and searched the area. the suspects were able to get out of the perimeter before it was locked down. >> reporter: one of the occupants of the home was injured in the initial home invasion. we heard that is not life- threatening. officer say do not they believe the suspect propose an ongoing risk with suspects targeted the home in particular. officers are not telling me why they believe the home was targeted or what if anything, the suspect managed to get away with and no word on how many suspects they are looking for. the best source of information may be the suspect they have in custody. police are working to figure out if the man in custody is the gunman and they are not saying if the firearm has been recovered. you can see officers breaking down from the scene. this is a good indication that the initial on scene investigation is starting to wind down. it's the home down the block where the investigation has
been. the word for those in the neighborhood, they do not believe it's an ongoing threat to the neighborhood even though the suspects are -- that home was targeted for some reason. >> kristin captain and the baby. i see cars behind you. kristin captain in the bayview. >> allow people who live in the area to exit the same. it opened back up so traffic will be allowed to pass through. this morning, they were not allowing anyone and because it was treated as a crime scene, the area and they are continuing the search for evidence and now it appears they are breaking down the scene and people will be able to drive through the area. >> kristin captain and the bayview. firefighters knocked down a fire at a homeless encampment sending flames shooting to the
freeway. alex savidge is at fifth and embarcadero with more on the problems of fires at the encampments. >> reporter: good morning, oakland has seen an uptick in the number of fires breaking at homeless encampment across the city of the past few months. this morning the fire started at what was a camp set up under eight 880, south of oak street people have been living here until months ago is what it sounds like. firefighters do not believe people were living here now. this was the second fire at the same encampment over the past few months according to the battalion chief. flames went up into the air earlier this morning when the fire started around five back in the flames reached the freeway above. this was tough for firefighters to get access to the fire. it's behind the railroad tracks they had to drag lines across the railroad tracks meaning shutting down train service for a time.
battalion chief at the scene says it is unclear how the fire started. >> the people living here before apparently have moved to a different location. the trash was discarded on fire and we don't know how and that's why we were here. >> reporter: it to cruise one hour to knock the fire down. this call is part of a trend in the city of oakland. the city sees an increase in fires at homeless encampment's and trying to send inspectors to walk through the camps to look for any dangerous setups. often times the fires are being caused by people who are cooking outdoors. we do not know the cause of this morning's fire but it was knocked down in one hour and the good news, gasia, there are no injuries reported with this fire. >> thank you which 706 ap president trump is in israel, the second leg of his first overseas trip as president. a while ago president trump
visited the western wall in jerusalem. a very holy site produce. former president barack obama went there when he was a u. s. senator but not as president. president trump met with israel's president and said he wants to help israelis achieve peace with the palestinians and arab countries in the middle east . >> there's a growing realization among arab neighbors they have common cause with you in a threat posed by iran and it is a threat no question. spent the president's first trip with saudi arabia they spent he spoke with leaders and urged muslim countries to take the lead against extremism. tomorrow president trump's budget proposal for 50 -- 2018 is due to be delivered to lawmakers as part of a wave
of spending proposals calling for cuts in several benefit programs including medicaid, federal employee benefits, welfare benefits and farm subsidies. food stamps are expected to be cut $193 billion over the next 10 years. more than 25%. the budget also contains $1.6 billion to build the border wall along with an extra $300 million for border and immigration agents. it's been three months since extreme flooding in san jose forced thousands of people from their homes. i recently went to the south bay to talk with mayor locarno and i have learned there's many families without a permanent home as a result. >> the mayor's office is on the 18th floor of san jose city hall above and a few miles away from the site of devastating flooding along coyote creek in february. the day the floods hit every 21, there was no warning for many of the 14,000 people evacuated as a result and as
of today, 200 evacuated families still don't have a permanent place to live. >> we are laser focused on getting those families back into stable housing . >> 200 families and hotels are staying with friends or relatives . >> what do you think about that this far out? >> it's a terrible situation for the families. >> despite an outpouring of community support, people donate time and money to those in need finding housing for flood victims is proving to be most difficult evacuees many who spent nights in shelters are getting housing vouchers and money for transportation but they are not home. >> we had an affordable housing crisis before the flood hit so this is making it more acute and we recognize that they have bigger challenges to tackle to really address this affordable housing problem. in the meantime, we can continue to push hard and we
are still soliciting from folks who want to donate for example used cars and goodwill is helping , those are the kinds of things we will keep pushing on until we can get everybody back on their feet . >> that is helping the people with homes but preventing a repeat of flooding is another. today on the nine how the mayor wants to take matters into his own hands to take advantage of the dry months ahead. still ahead the football player attacked during a night out with friends coming up, the latest on his condition and the investigation underway. how much are you willing to pay for uber rides. next, of the new payment model tested in san francisco it's low in areas and some commutes looking better than others. this is crowded 24, lafayette at the bart station. sunny, inland, warm-hot cooler fog bank can't get over
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we get to talk about recalls because there's an important recall that could affect your memorial weekend plans ask people are hitting the roads for the upcoming weekend and wall street is watching president trump as he is touring the middle east pam cook with money business. >> defense and aerospace stock are up after arms deals worth $350 billion was signed over the weekend. between the u. s. and saudi arabia, and other gulf states. some things happening with this trip by president trump, the index is headed up when the opening bell rang less than one hour ago. checking in on the markets right now, they are up dow jones, is a live look, 86
points-28 89, almost half a percent. nasdaq up 31 points, 6115 and s&p 500 close to the 2400 level up eight points, 2390. ford replacing the current chief executive officer. there is no official announcement but sources say 56- year-old mark fields is retiring he has spent 28 years at ford. they helped to lead ford's financial turnaround 10 years ago. reports say ford is looking for ways to transform its business after stock prices had fallen nearly 40% since fields became ceo three years ago. uber has another way of alkylating what it charges riders for rides in 14 cities including san francisco drivers uber to bloomberg it is using a system that includes more than just how far you are going and how long it takes. it has been testing what it calls route base pricing.
that means it includes what it thinks riders are willing to pay for example, someone going from a well-to-do neighborhood to another upscale neighborhood might be willing to pay more than someone going from an average neighborhood to a less expensive part of town. uber says it's making the changes because it needs more -- . memorial day weekend is back to the recall many people will serve burgers and hotdogs and before you do, you should know about the recall in place and curtis hot dogs has pulled more than 20,000 pounds of hotdogs after customers found metal objects and i. nathan's a beef franks with use by date august 2017 and curtis brief with use by june 2017 usda says people should throw them out or return them to the store. i was looking for stats for barbecuing many barbecue, 800 hotdogs for our are eaten or
that is 800 hotdogs per hour. >> i do not know what is in a hot dog but metal pieces i need to know about. >> you don't want that. i want to know what sal is seeing on 24. >> it's crowded it's not stopping go. we don't have major problems david, gasia mikaelian . as a matter fact, looking at the toll plaza so i will tell you about 24 in a moment. toll plaza everyone asks to show this and traffic is busy as you drive through the traffic, it's busy 880, but it hasn't quite picked up as it will. it's 7:16 am. about 1 hour you will see stop and go traffic. look at the san mateo bridge. very heavy traffic to the high-
rise until the middle part of the flat part it is easing up. highway 24, you can see it is slow and lafayette and after that it looks good as you drive to oakland and highway 24 looks good through oakland as it merges onto 980. it's not bad and if you look at the east bay 580 is good and so is 88 580 is good and so is 880, it tends to change later and we will be here when it does. >> reporter: 7:17 steve? >> good fog bank around san pablo bay and toward monterey. look at that. top of that. you gonna rock you gonna rock we salute you. if you bow to a west wind
tomorrow is your day hot inland cooling begins much cooler wednesday and thursday temperatures in line 25 degrees and 90s the coast 50s, 60s around the bay 70s, 80s and this is the warmest by far for the rest of the week. we will get 90s and mid-90s but the trend is to cool it down toward tuesday and wednesday and thursday looks to be the coolest . good fog bank, filling big time . san jose 8656, this is by the airport san jose's close to 91. 96 2000 record high, 34 2000 record high, 3418 95. record low 50s and 60s temperatures in the 90s so 30 degrees spread bodega bay 49, everyone else holds steady 54, 55 san francisco buoy has gone up not enough of a breeze western northwest the key is
70, 30, 12, 14 and if it picks up. so far not yet needs to be over 20, 25, upper 40s for a few low 50s for others on the peninsula pacifica 49, 49 hillsboro, 50 two men with park, stafford was i afternoon high has been warm. truckee 34, 58 ukiah, 51 foggy monterey and with the low cloud that is filling in raring to go. tomorrow allowing the lifting over the coastal hills ushering in a cooler pattern and for others may take two days for some clearly ukiah vacaville 60s and 70s and 80s and 90s and 70s around the bay. what the fog makes it into, temperatures will take a tumble as you know one more day for the inland temperatures although it's a difficult forecast rain rather than fog cooling down inland areas because on his way. if you are waiting for the cool it happened thursday.
>> wasn't in brentwood. >> it wasn't but you went cherry picking, making it a point to get there at nine with takes herculean effort and we went to livermore where things were better, we hung out and made the most of it and if you have not been to brentwood to do cherry picking, stone fruit comes later peaches a nectarines and etc., it is just the best way to spend the spring is over day. >> get there early. >> absolutely. >> by the way, alfredo is watching you in mexico. >> gosh. >> wanted to let you know. >> thank you 7:21 am marijuana convictions are reduced. proposition 64, it may lead thousand convicted of drug crimes off the hook. unexpected side effect from very wet weather check your clothing and pets carefully the summer.
morning on two 7:23 am police in morgan hill accused -- arresting a man accused of stabbing his wife and children. a neighbor called 911 on saturday afternoon saying a man and woman were yelling at each other in another apartment on -- when the police arrived they found eduardo ramirez in a parking lot stabbing himself. they used a taser to subdue him
and then they found his injured family members inside all of them are expected to survive. investigators say ramirez was becoming increasingly despondent before the attack but they are investigating what may have led to it the defense is said to call its first witness in the penalty phase of the sierra lamarr murder trial. prosecutors wrapped up the case on thursday against garcia- torres with testimony by sierra lamarr's parents. sarah's body has not been found but garcia-torres was found guilty on all counts including first-degree murder for the 15- year-olds disappearance and the attempted kidnapping of three other women. the jury is deciding whether to recommend the death penalty or life in prison. a nonprofit group plays -- claims of state officials undermining a ballot measure by voters last year. people convicted of nonviolent sexual crimes are not getting the benefits upon 57 and their rights are being restricted. that is because the inmates are not getting the chance to have
an early parole hearing crimes including public indecency such as streaking. the groups suing but no date set for a hearing on this case because 7:24 am no success yet near perrysburg in the water rescue search for a man who disappeared on saturday and the delta topic authority say he was boating near bair island when his son fell overboard into the water and he jumped in to try to rescue him. the boy was pulled out and his father still has not been found. the coast guard joined the search along with contra costa county's a fire and other agencies. one woman at the marina says the current that's the current can be strong where the rivers emerge. >> i watched to seek help vegetation and water and driftwood. sea lions coming this way coming out to the ocean. if you see it moving on the water is the current and there's different temperatures and water and there's earned a current. >> the search was called off last night it became too dark
but we don't know if the search will resume today. it's the top of tech season the danger of bites as usual -- greater than usual because there's more than average this year. heavy rain means more grass and leaves and logs and that's where they prefer to live and as it warms more heading out where ticks are. one researcher says people should take precautions when enjoy the outdoors including wearing shoes and socks with long pants tucked into your socks. take off your hiking clothing when you get home and put them into hot dryers they can carry lyme disease and other diseases because hundreds of people evacuated because of a wildfire in southern california. video posted to social media prompting an investigation. santos state football player recovering in the hospital after being stabbed. updates on his condition and what we know about the rest of
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blankets of fog many were sweating it out and here we are a monday. it's more comfortable for many. >> it is. >> we will talk to steve but first it's monday, may 2 two -- may 22. >> i'm gasia. >> george michael. >> and the other half of wham. >> we have to go to go wham ! >> you like the fog bank. >> i live out at the east bay. >> one more day of 90s and then we cool things down fog is not high enough but it will get
there. maybe light breeze later there are hints of that i think we peaked it out yesterday. antonio daly semi that summer think fog 49.6 nothing measurable, yes, in a summer pattern. we are in spring but low clouds and fog favoring the coast 50s, 60s there. and 70s, 80s around the bay. i want 80s and 90s and land there are hints and locations cool down. san francisco 66, 51 average 65, 5185 9043 the record high. low cloud deck 50s on the temperatures and 40s and low 60s won't take long for inland temperatures to warm ridge of high pressure goes out for one day and it breaks down 50s and 60s and 70s and 80s and 90s. 7:31 am what you have, sow? >> slow traffic on monday. at some point during the summer we may see a drop off and we may not but right now full strength in the toll
plaza including carpool lanes. cars are driving through. slow traffic getting onto the span and what to get onto that it's okay double checking to make sure something didn't pop up on the bridge and i do not see anything but we will check. looking at the commute if you're driving on interstate 880, traffic is filling in but it has not reached stop and go status past the coliseum which is good news for the time being driving to downtown oakland san mateo seems better to the high- rise. looking at the other east bay commute, 680 is slow, conquered to walnut creek and 24 through lafayette. 680 southbound between pleasanton has a bad morning it's slow heading south earlier accidents causing 580 westbound slow getting into the area and that is unusual to be this low so livermore to dublin, you need extra time on that
commute. 732, let's go back to the desk. san jose police are searching for whomever stabbed a san jose state football player over the weekend. ktvu's allie rasmus, a spokesperson give you an update on his condition. >> reporter: she says chad miller is improving although he's in intensive care at valley medical center in san jose. university officials are with them at the hospital saying he's conscious and was able to communicate and is expected to recover. chad miller is a junior at san jose state playing a safety for the spartans team. these are photos and his uniform from a personal instagram account. next to the pictures are comments he wrote about working hard to do well in football long term and order to help the family financially in vallejo. late saturday night miller was a group of friends enjoying downtown san jose, at a club or
bar when they got into an archaic -- altercation with another group and miller ended up stabbed. university officials say it's not clear whether his friends were other football players or other students, san jose police are in charge of the investigation into what happened. it happened off campus downtown and reached out to pull that's police investigators have not heard back but as far as we know no one has been arrested for this crime. university spokesperson says team members of the football team numbers of the athletic department are declining a request to speak with the media this morning and they are asking for privacy and so was miller's family. it's finals weeks on the san jose state university campus so a spokesperson says there was no football related off-season practices or events scheduled this week. back to you next allie rasmus san jose state. 7:34 am. san bruno man accused of killing and dismembering a neighbor is back in court today.
50 rolled david stubblefield accused of shooting his neighbor benjamin bruegel in march after arguing over a space heater. he cut bruegel's body to try to get rid of it using chemicals. during the last court appearance, he pled not guilty to several charges including homicide and robbery and burglary. is being held on $10 million bail. house fire julissa discovery of a marijuana grow operation. the fire started at 2:00 yesterday afternoon cell phone video from a neighbor shows smoke coming from the home. firefighters say they know it was a marijuana grow house because there were bars on windows doors barricaded and meters were tampered with. after they forced their way in the home firefighters found marijuana plants and about every room. >> several rooms full. they took a single family
dwelling and turned it into a grow house. they were five or six rooms that had marijuana growing. >> firefighters say it started outside and a planter bed and may have caused by a cigarette. send california legalize recreational marijuana, thousands are asking for shorter sentences. figures released last week show more than 2500 people have asked for reduced sentencing. one provision of the ballot measure says some pot related felonies can be reduced to misdemeanors and in some cases records can be wiped clean the california does not record petition outcomes but prosecutors say they have not thought most petitions. job pictures right according to state officials a report shows unemployment below 5% in all nine bay area counties. san mateo county has the lowest jobless rate 2.5%. solano county the high is, 4.7% matching the national average.
all the counties range from 2.7, 3.6% unemployment . u. s. economists say the 3% unemployment means everyone who wants a job as one. and this news comes as people graduate from college or maybe looking for a new job so our question of the day is how confident are you with your employment situation, very, somewhat or not at all. let us know what you think will do ktvu twitter page or ktvu.com and we appreciate your leaving comments on the k feet -- ktvu facebook page. san francisco police called this weekend bay to breakers race a big success . >> no major incidents reported at the race a broad 40,000 to the city from around the world. a few years ago bay to breakers a noised -- -- they had portable toilets along the route cutting down on problems with public urination. people who took part say the best part of the event is coming up with the costumes. >> we try to stay on topic
what's in the news now, we figured it would be 1 million trumps but not many beat up people from united airlines. >> pretty good. the race was having real runners like gasia. >> male winner from kenya. the female winner from ethiopia finished in 39 minutes, 48 seconds. 7:38 am, trying to secure a berth with san antonio spurs tonight. looks like the spurs will have their candidate leonard setting out game three saturday, listed as doubtful with a sprained ankle. tipoff at 6:00 tonight from san antonio a complete coverage leading to the game followed by postgame reaction during the 10:00 news and 11:00 news. firefighters in san diego
county make progress in a wildfire forcing evacuations of the weekend. study saturday morning and a community east of chula vista spreading quickly. cal fire says is 75% contained burning more than 2000 acres and no homes have burned but hundreds at a campground had to evacuate. cal fire calls this a criminal investigation. rescued a say someone posted video on instagram appearing to show people starting the fire. >> 25 sharks were spotted near san clemente southern california swimmers and surfers were told to stay out of the water for the day the shark was spotted near capistrano breach. a helicopter says some sharks came within 20 yards of shore. they were near 10 feet long a few juvenile great whites. wow. 7:39 am.
tense moments and san francisco, home invasion, exchange of gunfire between police and one suspects and continuing search underway. >> vice president mike pence gets a cold reception. protests from graduating students though the weekend. busier and areas. especially in the east bay on 24 you can see more crowding on your way to the tunnel fog bank unfortunately if you're inland you will probably have to wait another day. we will look at that and the temperatures on this monday.
bombing in thailand at the hospital has injured more than 20 people. it happened at a military owned hospital open to civilians. today's the third anniversary of a coup in thailand and authority say it's too early to know if it has a connection to this explosion. this gives amy found traces of batteries and wires at the scene but they do not know who's behind the attack. north korea confirms there was a missile launch over the weekend. medium-range missile fired yesterday the u. s. pacific command confirmed it landed in the sea of japan and north korea says it's ready to mass-produce and deploy more of those missiles and this comes one week after north korea successfully tested a longer- range missile. more the 700 people attended a town hall meeting in the east bay focusing on the topic of presidential accountability oakland congresswoman hosted the event
and she called it timely and important next two cities in my district, berkeley and alameda have introduced and passed resolutions calling for the investigations to take place which could lead to the possibility of impeachment of the president. >> she was joined up with malcolm nance and jon dean white house counsel to richard nixon. dean could the similarities between mixon and the current president. >> nixon was authoritarian behind closed doors. trump is authoritarian and public and they are similar personalities. this can be troublesome but it's what some people want. >> dean said he doesn't think the present will be impeached as long as republicans have a majority in congress. there's a lot of information about russia's possible interference in the 2016 presidential election has not been made public and depending
on what comes out, it could change history. there was a reception for mike president -- vice president mike pence he delivered a commencement address yesterday and as soon as he was introduced, dozens of students and parents silently stood up and walks out. student say it was a show of solidarity against policies of the trump administration. vice president did not acknowledge the walkout and went on with his speech . we will help to get you out the door, is it making it difficult for anyone in particular? >> people in southern marin part of the peninsula may be slower because of this but not the east bay for most of the slow traffic. this interchange of 580 and 680 has been slow and we have an accident on 580 north livermore and we had slow traffic on the
altamont pass because of earlier issues. most has been slow traffic as we backed up 205, 580 so 880 is low heading south toward the commute. and we will seek slow traffic on 680 until fremont and then it looks good into the south bay. we have not seen a lot of slow traffic that is out of the ordinary in the south bay now. we have seen slowing on 85, 288, 85 it's typical, 280 through downtown san jose, not a bad commute. there's an empty spot here and southbound 280, on the left side of the screen it looks okay to the exits. 7:46 am let's bring steve with overcast temperatures. >> it's close low clouds some heirs coast of the bay dealing
with a fog bank some is thick. for others cooler overview mid- 90s and that's the toughest call i think is when the fog burns off. foggy, 50 this morning inverness, low, thick fog east coast 50s, 60s inland, sunshine then hazy and 90s. tomorrow, temperatures start to drop. low clouds ek overcome a cool coast, hot inland. after today, everyone will cool down and a drop toward wednesday and thursday, thursday appears to be the coolest and a rebound into the weekend. not as hot as this weekend. >> and was a 86, 56 86, 50 6e san jose, 91 average is 75, 53. record high 96 not long ago but the record low, 34, 1895. low clouds and fog and we find 50s, 60s there microclimates
get some sun by the coast. 50s and 60s and 40s on the temperatures rebounding 46 -- bodega bay 48 4861 in sacramento 51 monterey thick fog toward the peninsula. fog bank raring to go but high- pressure squashes it for a day and then it gives away and temperatures will drop tomorrow. 60s, 70s, 80s near the water, 90s upper 80s mid and upper 90s inland. might be cooler for some the coast in the bay dealing with too much fog 50s and 60s and 70s anywhere near the water cooling down. >> any concerns about the airports? >> no maybe tomorrow. >> okay. 7:48 am oakland a's could
not sweep the boston red sox oakland a's lost 12-3 oakland a's lost 12-315 hits, 12 runs a lot coming off of relief -- relief is i'm sorry could not catch it. oakland three runs and six hits for the game and the a's committed three errors. they had the major-league leading 42 errors. they are often night miami marlins come to town for a two game series tomorrow . giants lost 8-3 to the st. louis cardinals, cardinals the picture was strong. pitcher was strong retiring 7 giant ctr. appeared matt cain had a struggle on the road allowing seven runs over five innings. giants this morning in chicago playing the world champs. the cubs 4 game series.
crime. richard collins was visiting friends at university when the man approached at a bus stop until call us to step to the left. collins refused and police a 22- year-old shawn urbanski stabbed collins in the chest and the fbi's work university and other local police to search for a motive. urbanski was part of the alt reich nation. >> it's despicable . it shows extreme bias against women, latinos, members of the jewish faith and especially african- americans. >> collins remembered her the university's graduation ceremonies yesterday. and during a candlelight vigil. he was scheduled to graduate tomorrow and begin service in the u.s. army which awarded him a commission as lieut. urbanski was arrested and being held without bail.
lawmakers in texas consider a transgender bathroom bill for public schools. it will require students to use the bathroom based on the gender on their birth certificate. the original bill was -- and amendment name to focus on public schools. by focusing only on school, texas hopes to avoid the backlash that followed a bathroom law in north carolina. that was later repealed. it is over last night the final curtain call for the greatest show on earth. >> thank you for joining us one last time. >> after almost 150 years the ringling bros. and barnum & bailey circus took down the top are good with one last performance there in new york. many in the audience a they will miss the circus. >> i have been going to the circus since the 1970s when i
came the first time with my dad. it's a big part of my life. >> the circus stopped using elephants last year there were protests from animal rights groups and other animals remained including tigers , which will now be sent to a center specializing in caring for them. rio olympics has a problem there is nine months after the summer gain some say medals are rusing -- resting or chipping or falling apart they were handed out to 130 winners. they're getting reports of problems with about 7% of those. they're setting up a system to help the athletes get the defective medals replaced. funeral for chris cornell will be held friday in los angeles. it will be a private service for chris cornell was found dead last week hours after a concert in detroit. it was ruled a suicide.
his wife thinks he took too much of antianxiety drug. it will be weeks before the toxicology results are completed. last night the star-studded billboard music awards were held. this year the show in las vegas brought big performances. >> ♪ >> some of the music world's biggest names were there from ed sheeran nicki minaj, celine dion but rapper drake won 13 awards, top arts and top 200 artists. >> ladies and gentlemen he has broken the record for the most billboard music awards in a single year drake. >> okay, drake. adele previously held the record with 12 wins a one night. celine dion performed my heart will go on 20 years after the
movie titanic was released. 7:56 am, time to check in with mike and gasia. >> home invasion at least doing officer involved shooting a san francisco , when they were say they saw the search underway for at least two people got away. >> president trump continue his first international trip more on the agenda coming up. it's slow in the east bay, some commutes have been bogged down with crashes and highway 24 is slowing at lafayette and coming up we look at a nearby 680 which has issues. for some it is foggy, cool and others it's getting warmer, a huge difference on the temperatures between coast and inland today.
getting a closer look at the house at the center of a home invasion resulting in an officer involved shooting. the suspects on those big we have the latest coming up. open firefighters knocking down a fire at homeless encampment that sent flames shooting dangerously close to a busy freeway. the challenges crew space at the scene and why this is part of a growing problem in the city of oakland. good morning and welcome back to mornings onto it's monday, may 22 i'm mike me back -- mike me back. >> i met gasia mikaelian . >> some guy tweeted something
mike mibach let me see. >> rising above the fog thank you mike. >> for those who say wow that's a big fog bank near freezing furnace kicked on for some near the coast in the city and others will get one quickly. looks when you get this much fog it's a matter of time before it cools down. 66 and that's official. may be cooler for some 66, 51 severen, averages 65, 51. low clouds back up on the coast making a move for some inland over san pablo bay and marin you can see the border is moving in, 50s and 60s and 40s. warm temperatures and cool dramatically high-pressure wind for one-day inland not on the coast inland and then wind and cooling for all 50s-90s.
sal, what you have? >> slow traffic contra costa county, 680, 24, 242, they are slower than usual mostly 680 near hwy. 242, there was a crash clearing up and traffic onto 42 is slower than normal. 680 slow after the crash down highway 24 and highway 4 slow from bay pointe through most of pittsburgh and bay point. the difference is it's slower coming in to concord heading to 242 interchange, stuck in slower than usual traffic from hercules to richmond, so traffic as you drive through. 680 has been slow from the beginning out of the dublin interchange because of an earlier accident. that is gone but traffic is slow. south freeways getting filled in, into the west valley including northbound 85 coming up on 87. an accident here late morning
slow downs for 85 if that is the route give yourself extra minutes to 80 downtown san jose doesn't look bad. bay bridge toll plaza, backed up for 25 minutes. 803 80 3 am san francisco police have one minute custody and they say they believe it was two more are on the run after a late night home invasion. ktvu chris and cabin from the bayview where officer say they exchanged gunfire with one person >> reporter: that is right in the last half hour we have moved to the front of the home at the center of the investigation into this home invasion officers just left the scene completed the initial on scene investigation they say they were called to this home at 11:00 last night after reports of a home invasion they arrived and officers approached the front door of the home and they say the suspect bolted out
of the back. they will not say how many they are looking for but one suspect fired his gun at the officers and one officer fired back. multiple suspects were running at that time and officers described to me it was a mad dash officers chasing suspects popping over fences and in a chase they were able to catch one suspect in the home invasion. officers issued a shelter in place locking down the neighborhood and the other suspect managed to get away. police ain't despite the fact multiple suspects are still on the run, they do not believe there is an ongoing threat to the neighborhood. >> we do believe that the resident was targeted in the sense. the subject shows up at the house for reason. we do not feel there's a larger threat to the neighborhood in general. for some reason they were in that house. >> reporter: at least one of the occupants of the home was injured in the initial home
invasion he was reportedly treated at the hospital and was back on scene talking with police earlier this morning. officers are not telling me why they believe this home was targeted. the suspect managed to get away and no word on what they may have gotten away with if anything. also know word on how many suspect they are looking for. the best source of information may be the suspect they currently have in custody police are working to figure out if the man they have in custody was associated with the shooting. in other words, do they have the gunman in custody. that's a question at this time. and also whether they recovered a firearm at this time, police officers are not telling me that. officers tell me they are looking for anyone who has information about this and they have been canvassing the area and the neighborhood looking for any video that may have captured the suspects in this home invasion. >> christien kafton live in san francisco thank you. in oakland, firefighters
got a large fire down along 880, alex savidge has more near fifth part of the problem in oakland. >> reporter: there's been an uptick in the number of fires breaking out at homeless encampment's in the city recently. this morning's fire started at a camp set up just underneath 880 south of oak street and people have been living here until a couple months ago. according to firefighters, this was the second time there was a fire here at this encampment this morning huge flames shot into the air reaching the freeway above. this fire started after 5:00 in the morning, tougher firefighters to get access. the had to drag hose lines across the railroad tracks to put the fire out. that meant shutting down train service for about one hour or so. battalion chief at the scene says at this point it is unclear how the fire may have
started. >> they stretched lines across and went toward the bridge which is where the majority of the fire was underneath the freeway and they supplied them with the tank so they use approximately 1000 gallons of water to put the fire. >> reporter: cruise knocking down the fire in about one hour and this is part of a trend here in oakland, the city sees an increase in fires and homeless encampment's and they -- homeless encampment they are trying to walk through the camps to look for any dangerous setups and often times the fires are caused by people cooking outdoors. we do not know exactly what started this morning's fire at the encampment underneath 880, firefighters say they do not believe people were currently living here at this site. in oakland, alex savidge ktvu fox 2news. president trump is in israel on the second leg of his first overseas trip as president. he visited the western wall
in jerusalem one of the jewish holy sites. he's one of the first -- former president barack obama when he was a senator but not as president. earlier this month he met with israel's president wanting to help reach peace with palestinians and arab competition that countries in the middle east. >> growing realization among arab members they have -- in a thread by iran and it is indeed a threat no question about it. >> president trump's first stop on the trip was saudi arabia where i spoke with that she spoke with arab leaders his budget proposal for fiscal 2018 is it to be delivered to lawmakers. it's a wave of bozo causing for cuts and benefit programs including medicaid and federal employee pension and welfare benefits and farm subsidies. food stamps are expected to be cut $193 billion over the next 10 years up 25% the budget contains $1.6 billion to build
a border wall along with extra 300 million for border agents. man arrested accused of stabbing his wife and three children including a baby. police a neighbor called 911 saturday afternoon saying a man and woman were yelling at each other in another apartment and police arrived and found 36- year-old eduardo ramirez in a parking lot stabbing himself. they used a taser to subdue him and found his injured family members inside and they are expected to survive and investigators say that ramirez was getting increasingly despondent before the attack and the investigation into what led to it continues today. defense is scheduled to call the first one is in the penalty phase of the sierra lamarr murder child. prosecutors wrapped up the case thursday against garcia-torres with testimony by sierra lamarr's parents. this month the jury found garcia-torres guilty on all counts including murder of the 15-year-old girl and attempted kidnapping of three other
women. the juries deciding whether to recommend the death penalty or life in prison. nonprofit group claims state prison officials undermine a ballot measure passed by california voters last year. the group says people convicted of nonviolent sexual crimes are not getting the benefits of prop 57 and wiser being restricted. that is because inmates are not getting a chance for an early parole hearing including a public decency such as streaking. they are sowing and no date has been set for the hearing on the case. football player fighting for his life after stabs in downtown san jose. the search for the person responsible. police piecing together the investigation. cleanups part in the midwest, looking at damage caused by tornado . traffic is going to be busy in some areas 80 westbound, around the berkeley curve, moderately heavy. there's a good fog bank
for some and for others it will be warm. looks like the fog is winning for many. we would the monday temperatures were coming up. at ikea, we believe that your dream bedroom, from a personalized closet, to a well-organized chest of drawers, to a cozy bed, can be yours for less. save up to 20% at the ikea bedroom event.
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yesterday but it's not clear how he died. the weather has not been ideal but most debts are related to altitude. more than 500 have successfully climbed them world's tallest mountain. cleanup day in southern indiana. several tornadoes touched down close to the boundary. destroying stores, overturning cars. a business owner says he's stunned and grateful that no one died. >> it's a tragedy. we have been here 17 years my wife and i and it's a loss, it's a loss. we have a lot -- we will survive. >> the national weather service is the tornadoes were low-grade and sustained winds of 90 miles an hour. three months since flooding forced thousands in san jose to evacuate homes after heavy rain, the dam overflowed into
the creek flooding neighborhoods and 14,000 people evacuated and right now there are 200 families in temporary housing to evacuees getting vouchers and money for transportation but they are not home. >> the reality is we have an affordable housing crisis before the weather hit. this is just making it more acute and we recognize that there are bigger challenges we have to tackle to really address affordable housing problems. in the meantime, we can continue to push hard and we are still soliciting from folks who want to donate for example used cars. goodwill is hoping to repair. these are things we will push on. >> the mayor says the city has improved the notification protocol and is looking to take a hands on approach with another aspects of flood prevention. i sat down with the mayor we will have more on what he has to say about this in a special
report today. peak of tick seasonwe are at the. there are more than average out this year. heavy rains means more grass and leaves where ticks prefer to live more are headed outside. sanford researchers say people should take precaution when they enjoy the outdoors including shoes and socks with long pants tucked in. take up your clothing when you return home and put them in hot dryers they carry lyme disease. repaving project gets underway today. crews will repair a badly damaged section of crossover drive. it will be done between the boulevard and entrance 25th avenue. crews will keep one lane of traffic open any direction during the work and it could create backups because it connects sunset and richmond
and the work is expected to last until the middle of next month. are there any backups on any major highways? good morning, sally. >> good morning. talking about crossover it affects that part of san francisco so be aware. westbound bay bridge is backed up to the maze it's been a full strength monday into san francisco and once you get onto the bridge it's not bad. 880, as we suspected we have the traffic arriving slow northbound 880 from the colosseum up to downtown oakland. 580 slope from san leandro over to lakeshore. san mateo bridge is getting better and congested onto the span. 680 has been slow. an earlier accident, 680, 242. that added to the slow traffic. northbound 680 may be slow in the area which will take you by
surprise into concord. 8:17 am. steve? for some it will be foggy, cool others sunny, warm to hot and looks like today the transition day more fog foggy ocean beach on monday morning thanks to carlo ramirez, it's been thick fog awards for some. over time this is what will be transpiring. 50s, 60s by the beach, 80s, 90s inland. fog made a bigger push. that's a sign of things to come. some areas cool down north bay cools down, cool coast, hot inland. if today isn't the hottest, yesterday was. getting close to peeking out. temperatures drop tuesday taking a plunge wednesday into thursday, 25 degrees cooler. that is inland nasa mystical, the coast to school. low clouds and fog bank up squash by high-pressure water temperatures go, 54 severen,
half moon bay, monterey, 49 bodega bay. below average to near average. once a gets a push it will be on its way and is trying to delta breeze is close. west-southwest 17 picking up. if you're looking for a cooler pattern inland, 67 brentwood, 62 concord, 63 livermore fairfield 63 santa rosa 49 san jose 60. low clouds in sonoma county. that's assigned to cool down. east looks like a warm day and tomorrow we cool down. low clouds giveaway after high- pressure will pack its bags today. huge difference on temperatures 50s and 60s by the beaches 60s and 70s around the bay 80s and 90s clear like 97, mid-90s for some to the east as well. 70 alameda, oakland 74, there's a difference through. 60s and 70s and 80s and 90s from santa cruz to 50s to 80s
to redwood city. the stage is set for a summertime pattern and cooling tomorrow and it kicks in to wednesday and thursday and a rebound and nice by the weekend. 8:20 am. a new warning for parents about drinks many consider healthy. what doctor's want you to stop giving the baby. quin was crazy about curls.
stage in california than this time it's in a prison. >> more on the lessons inmates learn. >> god, how weary unprofitable. >> reporter: when shakespeare wrote all the world the stage he could not imagine this one, california state prison in solano, could he? >> i think you would really dig this. >> reporter: for nearly 9 months inmates from the prison have been immersing shakespeare's hamlet. today it's showtime. >> 1-to-3. >> reporter: my name is -- >> my name is joe and i met playing hamlet i'm i'm in prison for murder. >> if there's anyone who needs catharsis and could use the redemptive humanity of shakespeare, it may be these men where shakespeare's meaning may be so hard to understand.
>> is difficult and that is the challenge within the challenge, comes the beauty of shakespeare . it's a therapy and exercise and listening and measured self- expression and self understanding. the idea is to make women better inmates, possibly better citizens if they ever get out. >> none of us are ever our worst mistake when hamlet contemplates the murder of his father, contemplates murder himself, these men understand in a way many of us thankfully never will. >> i can relate to a lot of the confusion that is going on in his mind. i took a man's life and i'm very sorry for that, every day, every day. i don't think the creator made anything to go to waste.
>> reporter: they performed as a way of declaring value as a way of elevating their fellow inmates in a way of expressing hope that they will one day be outside again . >> alamo square set to reopen after months of renovation. it is famous for its views . the park has had more than $5 million in renovations it's last may. they include changes to the landscaping water use by more than 30% has been cut recreation a parks department will have a special ceremony on wednesday morning 11:00. what do your children drink at home milk, water fruit juice? parents of young children should hold off on juice. according to the american academy of pediatrics fruit juice should not be given to children in the first year of life. update of the old recommendation which is for parents to wait until six months to introduce juice and you split it with water. they say juice offers no nutritional benefits and takes
place of what babies need even older children pediatricians suggest 100% fruit juice is okay but just be kept to a minimum. hole fruit in general they say is a better way to get vitamins and nutrients and fruit you get fiber which is important. information about an early earthquake warning detection system in point. when the system could be put in place officially. >> reporter: santos state for bubbly recovers after being stabbed over the weekend. and update on the condition and the latest on the investigation into what happened slow traffic including east bay and fog may be an issue for your drive to work. for some a lot of fog and cola conditions. we are not getting much on the coastal hills. big difference on the temperatures.
welcome back to mornings on 2 monday morning may 22 i am gasia mikaelian . >> i'm mike mibach. steve paulson hope you had a great weekend. >> i did. >> beautiful. >> i know attended. >> tons of cherries to show for it. >> from one extreme to the other, 50s-90s. almost 40 degrees spread for some ocean beach to clearlake, but 60s and 70s and 80s and low clouds are thick and sal will touch on that. sometimes i have to tweak the temperatures by the hour. cool coast, hot inland. inland temperatures if they did not peak out they will today
cooling down by wednesday or thursday. bigger fog bank making a bigger push. delta breeze is picking up, fairfield travis 20 miles an hour west-southwest and cooler inland. 50s and 60s almost 70 for some inland temperatures, non- foreign up inland won't be any change in the temperature but for the majority we may be a couple degrees cooler. 50s and 60s and 70s by the water, 80s-90s to the church -- through the interiors. >> we are beginning to see some of these commutes. the cameras turned to the macarthur maze because the fog is dense and getting better. you can see more coming around the corner to the toll plaza where the freeways come together. you will see slowing as you get out in the car -- macarthur maze this is 80 westbound and more improvement although 25 minute delay. if you're driving 880
northbound, slow traffic into downtown oakland. traffic is getting better closer to 9:00. let's go back to the desk. >> san jose state football player recovers after being stabbed over the weekend. allie rasmus with the latest and the investigation into what happened.>> reporter: we know it happened late saturday night early sunday morning, chad miller was out with friends and downtown san jose. according to university officials, miller and friends got into an altercation with another group outside of what appears to be a bar or club and miller was stabbed. 10 miller is a junior at san jose state university playing safety on the spartans team. these are photos of him in his uniform from his personal instagram account. according to officials who were with miller and family at valley medical center last night, he's conscious and able to communicate and improving
and they say is expected to recover. right now he's in intensive care. university officials say it is not clear whether his friends or other players or other students, this is miller's second season playing for the spartans. he's a junior. usa today reports in 2015 he sat out the season after allegedly being hit in the head by another teammate with a skateboard following a competition years ago. police are in charge of the investors and into what happened to miller this weekend and we reached out to investigators and we have not heard from them so far no one has been arrested for the crime. it's finals week on the campus university officials say there were no football related off season practices or events scheduled this week. numbers of the football team and athletics department declined our request to speak with them citing the need for privacy as they think about their teammate and what happened. back to you.
deadly 70 at university of maryland investigated as a hate crime. 22-year-old richard collins was visiting friends at the university when a man approached him at a bus stop and toldstep to the left he refused and police a 22-year- old shawn urbanski star that stabbed collins in the chesapeake fbi discovered her betty was part of a racist facebook group called the alt reich nation being held in jail without bail. he was scheduled to graduate tomorrow and begin serving as lieutenant in the u.s. army. san bruno man accused of killing and dismembering a neighbor is due in court today. 50 rolled david stublefield is accused of shooting his neighbor 77-year-old a benjamin roybal in march after arguing over a space heater. prosecutors a stublefield cut roy balls body and try to get rid of it using chemicals. als. during the last court hearing stublefield pleaded not guilty
to charges including robbery and burglary and being held on $10 million bail. house fire led to the discovery of a large marijuana grow operation it started 2:00 yesterday afternoon on bugle way. cell phone video from a neighbor shows smoke coming from the home and firefighters knew was marijuana grow house, there were bars on the windows, doors barricaded and meters were tampered with. after forcing their way in, firefighters found marijuana plants in almost every room of the home. >> it's several rooms full. they took essentially a single- family dwelling and turned it into a complete grow house. there were five or six rooms that have marijuana growing in them. >> firefighters say the fire started outside in a planner bed and may have caused by cigarette because of thousands asking for his shorter sentences for legalize recreational marijuana, partial figures released show more than 2500 people have asked for
reduced sentences big one provision of the november ballot says some pot related felonies can be reduced to misdemeanors and in some cases, records can be wiped clean. bombing in thailand at a hospital injured more than 20. that happened earlier at a military owned hospital in bangkok open to civilians. today's the third anniversary of a military coup in thailand but it's too early to know if it has any connection to the blast. investigators say they found traces of batteries at the scene but they do not know who's behind the attack. north korea confirms a missile launch of the weekend -- over the weekend. >> medium-range missile fired yesterday and it landed in the sea of japan. north korea says it is ready to mass-produce and deploy more missiles one week after north korea successfully tested a long-range missile. congressman jason chaffetz
is scheduled to meet with former director james comey. he will be asking james comey at there's memos confirming the president pressured him to and any investigations. the white house has denied claims and denies the present was critical of james comey. james comey has agreed to testify in an open hearing likely taking place after memorial day. vice president mike pence .a colder session from students at the university of notre dame in indiana. he was sent to deliver a commencement address at the school's graduation ceremony yesterday but when he was introduced, dozens of students and parents silently stood up from their seats and walked out. was a protest was meant as a show of solidarity against the policies of the trump administration and the vice president did not acknowledge the walkout and went down with the speech. bay area job pictures bright according to state leaders. reports show unemployment is below 5% and nine bay area
counties be san mateo has the lowest at 2.5%, solano county, the high is, 4.7. it matches the national average. all of the other counties range from 2.7-3.6% unemployment. u. s. economists say 3% of unemployment means everyone who wants a job has one. people prepare to graduate from college or perhaps looking for a new job, the question of the day how confident are you with your employment situation. very, somewhat or not at all. look at the results. 44% say very confident, 34%, somewhat 22% say not at all. let us know, vote on the ktvu twitter page and we appreciate leaving comments on the ktvu facebook page. california, rollout warning systems next year according to experts. they are being installed and software is improving and operators are being hired according to the los angeles times. sensing stations are important in northern california weathers
large gaps which could mean slow collection of information leading to an alert . experts say the next step is to educate californians on how to react when an alert is issued. could be changes to how much you pay for your next uber right. a new system being tested in the bay area. good morning, traffic is moving along well on macarthur maze. we will tell you more about slow traffic at the bay bridge coming up. a push on the fog for many over the bay. inland temperatures warm to high but looks like a cool pattern begins today for some. [ whistles ]
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people heading into nice neighborhoods may have to pay more for uber objects president trump's trip to middle east has an impact on wall street. here's money business. >> interesting topics, president trump's visit , things happening over the weekend defense and aerospace stocks are up this morning because of it. it is after an arms deal, some deals work 350 billion outside of the weekend between the u. s. and saudi arabia. some gulf states as well. it's helping stocks and the markets in particular, the index shot up from the sound
of the opening bell, this morning. checking in on the latest , there is a live look of the dow jones. up 75 points. 20878. s&p 500 up eight points, 2389. nasdaq up the same percentage wise as the dough. -- dow ford replaces the el. catching up with uber in the race to build self driving cars. ford current ceo mark fields retires after spending half of his life there and leaving the turnaround to 10 years ago. he's being replaced by jim hackett overseeing the subsidiary working on a ton of
his vehicles. joining the board of directors for years ago. uber has a new way of graduating what it charges riders and san francisco. bloomberg is using -- is and how long it takes it's been testing what it calls route based pricing what it thinks riders are willing to pay some may be willing to pay more than someone going from an average neighborhood to a less expensive part of town. uber says it's making the changes because it needs more -- . facebook internal guidelines have been linked revealing a policy for handling issues such as violence and hate speech. the guardian reports a facebook moderators say the policies are too confusing. for example, someone cannot post about harming the president but seemingly violent videos are allowed.
officials say they have a diverse group of users who have different ideas about what is okay to share. memorial day weekend, many will serve burgers and hotdogs before you do, you should know about the recall. nathan's curtis hot dogs has pulled 200,000 pounds of hotdogs after finding metal objects including nathan's 8b franks used date august 2017. also curtis beef franks with used by date june 2017. usda says people should throw them out or return them to the store. many pounds of hotdogs. do you know what the number one condiment is? >> mustard. >> 71%. >> i had one yesterday. >> just mustard.
>> wow. >> thank you. a 40 4 am. -- 8:44 am. >> mustard and ketchup on a hotdog we have to chat. >> 880 slow northbound southbound looks okay in case you try to get to the airport from downtown oakland. northbound slowing down from san leandro to downtown. you can see the commute concord to walnut creek slowing showing the effects of earlier troubles, 24 is slow as well. 80 is beginning to improve, minor accident at the bay bridge toll plaza which did not cause a delay but 880 is slow driving down in to fremont. south may commute, not to be forgotten, we have plenty of slow traffic try to get into the west valley. 280 san jose, that traffic
looks okay. 8:45 am. steve? fog bank and returning fast. there wasn't a lot over the bay. there is now. some will start to retreat. it has been sitting there for 50s and 60s by the beaches and 80s and 90s and land but this looks to be if not the warmest day for some. it will be for many because i think we are starting to see the fog will out over time. you can see the fog filling in rapidly there. i do not think it will change too much. what we are seeing is the fog getting helped along quickly. temperatures will continue to be in the 80s or 90s, 80s or 90s and the cool close, hot inland and we will see a big cooling trend as we head toward the end of the week 50s and 60s and 80s and 90s. one more day of hot inland and everyone cools down. oakland a's missed out on
sweeping the red sox. 15 has, many off of relievers oakland managing six is, a's three errors giving them a major league leading 42, athletics have of the day off. mullins come to town for two game series tomorrow. the results were not better for the giants, a type of against the cardinals, wainwright pitching strong all day. giants met king struggling on the road this season allowing seven runs, the giants in chicago to take on the defending world champs. the cubs and giants going against each other four games. some of the biggest names in music gathering las vegas, next highlights from this year's billboard music awards.
drake has broken the record for the most wins in a single night at the billboard music awards for previous record held by adele with 12 wins from one night. robert gray has more . >> ♪ >> reporter: with performances from nicki minaj, ed sheeran. >> ♪ . >> reporter: the star-studded night in las vegas sunday for the 28th 17 billboard music awards. this year's biggest winner was a rap artist and singer- songwriter drake. >> he's broken the record for the most billboard music awards in a single year, drake. >> reporter: walking away with awards including top male artist top rap artist and have 200. he performed in the middle of
the famous fountain. beyonci won big including top female artist the queen bee was not in attendance as she's currently pregnant with twins. other show highlights include the son of the notorious big what would have been his father's 45th birthday. >> i know my father's looking down on us tonight. >> billboard icon award was presented to chere and 20 years after titanic celine dion performs my heart will go on. >> ♪ >> reporter: a moment of silence was held for grunge rocker chris cornell. his sudden into a night that suicide at age 52 still sending shockwaves across the music world. in los angeles, robert gray , foxnews. funeral for front man chris
cornell will be held friday in los angeles service is a private and he was found dead last week hours after a concert in detroit. police ruled it a suicide. his wife says she believes he took too much of an anti- anxiety drug and it could be weeks before the results of toxicology tests are released. the final curtain call for the greatest show on earth. >> thank you for joining us one last time. >> after almost 150 years, ringling bros. and barnum & bailey circus takes down the big top for good with a last performance in new york many said they will miss the circus. >> i've been going to the circus since the 1970s the first time with my dad in madison square garden, it's a part of my life. >> is stopped using elements last year after protests from animal rights groups but other animals remained including tigers, they will be sent to a center specializing in their
care. latest on alien franchise a winner at the box office over the weekend. it's called alien covenant following a story of a colony ship as they land in an uncharted planet coming under attack from terrifying aliens. it brought in $36 million opening weekend. >> warriors will try to secure a sweep of the san antonio spurs tonight. once again, looks like the spurs will not have the mvp candidate dwight leonard who set out game three saturday he's listed as doubtful with a sprained ankle suffered in the third quarter game one at oracle. to boston i san antonio, 6:00. complete coverage leading to the game followed by posting reaction during the 10:00 and 11:00 newscast because bay area tradition around for more than 100 years, organizers say bay to breakers is becoming family-
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no success in a search for a man who disappeared in the delta. he was boating near bair island and his son fell over and he jumped into rescue boat boy was pulled out of the father's on about. u. s. coast guard doing the coast with other agencies. one woman says the current can be strong where the rivers merge. >> share 70 killed in a crash earlier this month has been laid to rest. funeral held yesterday in stockton for deputy sroeuy khin . law enforcement officers came from bay area to pay respects he was on his way home when a commuter bus crashed into the
vehicle near the altamont pass. he died one day before his birthday. (inaudible) grieving the loss>> reporter: he was described as a family man leaving behind a wife and children. lawmakers in texas consider a transgender bathroom bill for public schools requiring students to use the bathroom based on the gender on their birth certificate. the original bill was broader but an amendment was made last night to focus on public schools. by focusing on schools, texas hopes to avoid the backlash following a bathroom law in north carolina which was later repealed. u. s. military commanders have until may 31 to submit the
plans to accept transgender servicemembers. the pentagon lifted a ban during president obama's -- about issues going into effect july 1 about issues going into effect july 1000s of transgender troops on active duty but they serve under an official don't ask don't tell policy that will be eliminated when the ban is lifted. progress on the wall fire forcing evacuations of the weekend it started saturday and a committee east of chula vista and spread. cal fire says the fires 75% contained burning more than 2000 acres. no homes have burned but hundreds at a campground had to evacuate. cal fire caused a criminal investigation. rescue say someone posted videos instagram showing people starting the fire. spacewalk for nasa after a computer failed over the weekend. the forced a crew to switch to a backup system to run the solar power cooling systems. no one is in danger and an emergency spacewalk is planned
this week possibly estimates tomorrow. 25 sharks spotted near the shore san clemente southern california. swimmer to servers told to stay out of the water for the day. sharks were spotted between capistrano beach. here's one. some sharks came within 25 yards ashore. according to la times, some when near 10 feet long and likely juvenile great whites. san francisco police look for bay to breakers a big success. we were at the starting line. the event brought 45 brought 45,000 from the city around the world. a few years ago bay to breakers organized ban alcohols and -- ban alcohol. the race is about fun but serious business for those competing in bay to breakers.
male winner from kenya 34 minutes, 30 seconds female from the upper 39, 48 seconds. san francisco chronicles while democratic convention in sacramento. alex savidge sharing an experience with sarah gets the topic of fertility. >> it >> great city of san francisco wraps up with fog. looks strong. field data above