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good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 on this sunday, march 1 11th. i'm claudine wong. >> and -- sunday, march 11th. >> i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. we have learned a lot more about the gunman in yountville, but we are focusing on the victims. >> three women who focused their lives on helping others and the memorial planned in their honor. we are going to tell you
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what the president is saying about sanctuary cities over the weekend. more on what led up to shots being fired with an officer-involved shooting, but first, let's check in with rosemary orozco on how the weekend is shaping up. it's cool this morning, and we are rolling in here, and maybe it's because it's earlier than usual? >> no, nope, definitely chillier. did you get a little drizzle out there? a little misty, drizzly, and foggy for sure. widespread over the north bay and the east bay, and there's the beautiful shot. we have sunrise coming in the next 25 minutes or so, and up above the clouds, is that a sail there? we believe so. yes, it is. gorgeous view, nonetheless, the visibility, outside and around the bay area, inside of the south bay, looking good, and 7
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miles of visibility, and inner east bay livermore, not bad. oakland, half a mile. the northway, waterer mile and less to the east bay in concord. if concord -- the north bay, quarter of a mile and less to the east bay in concord. this morning, cool, 43 in santa rosa, and 41 to start your day in walnut creek. the south bay, not so bad. 53 for san jose. we are 9 degrees cooler in nevada this morning, down by 8 in livermore. half highs, widespread 60s in the forecast, low 60s in pacifica. 67 in concord, and to the north bay, 69 for santa rosa. changes are coming into the
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business week, and rain and sierra snow back in the forecast, and more on this, coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. the investigation continues into the shooting at the yontville veterans home that ended with three people dead. >> the gunman received treatment at pathway home, inside of the veteran center. good morning, ali. >> reporter: good morning. the area of the veterans center where this happened is closed off for the investigation, but at the front entrance, you can see mourners have left behind candles and flowers for the victims. they are christine boeber, jen golick and jennifer gonzales. 36-year-old albert wong caught and received treatment at the facility in the past, but on friday he walked into the home with a firearm and took the
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three women hostage. after a standoff lasting several hours, they were found shot and killed, and he was dead from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. he was in the army reserves, deployed to afghanistan from april 2011 to march of the following year. he was honorably discharged from the army. plans are in the works for the public memorial for the three women who work at pathways. the memorial will be monday, march 19th at the napa valley performing arts center. we are working to get information on the plans for the memorial happening a little over a week from now. back to you guys. >> thank you, alyana. >> it's 7:04. the three women are being remembered as loving and compassionate to veterans.
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we have an expert gonzales got married around this time last year, and she was 7 months pregnant with their child when she was first killed. a gofundme page has been set up to help pay for her funeral, and it's raised as you can see, $70,000 plus. plus. jen golick is being remembered as a talented psychiatrist, wife, and mother of an 8-year-old. her former colleagues said she was funny, smart, and very caring. she was the psychologist who discharged the gunman a week before the tragic shooting. a gofundme page has been set up
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for her family, and $23,000 has been raised. >> christine looeber was the executive director of the althoughway home, home, and -- of pathway home, and she was a yoga instructor and taught veterans how to use yoga to reduce her stress. >> she just had this way about her, and she would smile easily, and everyone felt so comfortable and the ease around her, and i know that with that attitude that she had, bringing that to people who are dealing with deep stress and stress trauma, and it's a really great way to take the edge off and break the ice. >> before working at the pathway home, loeber worked at several other veteran facilities including back east
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in boston. an officer-involved shooting shortly before 6:00 last night on clayton road. the suspect fled from a car following a traffic stop. officers fired at him after he threatened them with a weapon. the 40-year-old man was rushed to the hospital, and there's no word on his condition. he was wanted on a felony warrant for robbery, making terrorist threats, and several other charges. bart's board of directors has approved dozens of recommendations to strengthen the oversight of the transit agency's oversight. it's the latest response to the death of sahleem who was killed in january. the board has agreed to hear public comments about the death during the next meeting later this month. 7:07, and the nationwide debate continues if teachers
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should carry guns, but in texas it's a reality. >> the state has what they call a school marshal's training program. the classes teachers took this weekend. >> i'm calling on congress to stop funding sanctuary cities so we can save american lives. >> and president trump taking aim once again at sanctuary cities and california. more on what he said about oakland' mayor at a weekend rally in pennsylvania. -- oakland's mayor at a weekend rally in pennsylvania.
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♪ good morning to you. giving you the view there with the start to our sunday morning, and if you haven't already sprung forward, now is the time to do it, and it is already in the 7:00 hour, 7:10 to be exact, and we have a nice
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day underway, and we will have cloud cover this morning, fog, patchy drizzle out there, and a mild afternoon. i will have a look at what you can expect coming up. students across the country and here in the bay area are preparing to protest in response to the deadly florida school shooting. organizers are calling for students and staff to walk out of the classrooms on wednesday. dozens of walkouts have been organized for our area including berk berkeley high school. there's more protests in the coming 2 weeks calling for more gun control. the justice department took the first steps in the regulatory process to ban bump stocks. they enable guns to fire in rapid successions like automatic weapons, and they were used in the las vegas shooting last year that left 58 dead . the nra is suing the state
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of florida. the nra is targeting part of the bill that will raise the minimum age to buy a gun from 18 to 21. the national rifle association says the age restriction violates the 2nd and 14th amendments to the constitution, and now they are asking a judge to block the age restriction from taking effect. president trump took aim at libby schaaf for warning the public about i.c.e. raids. >> in oakland, you have a mayor, and she told people that were going to be captured in a big raid, there's going to be a raid. you can't do it. you can't do that, folks. >> speaking out in pennsylvania yesterday, the president called on congress to stop giving money to sanctuary cities across the country, and immigration was a key topic in
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this week's presidential address. >> sanctuary cities are the favorite for violent offenders, and we want our cities to be sanctuaries for americans, not safe havens for criminals, and that's why i'm calling on congress to block the funds for jurisdictions that shield dangerous criminals. >> reporter: the president said every state is subject to the laws of the united states, and california's status as a sanctuary state is in direct defiance of federal law. it's 7:13, and this morning china's parliament passed changes that abolish term limits in the country, meaning china's current president can rule indefinitely. changes were passed by china's annual sitting of the national people's congress, and out of 3,000 voters only two of the delegates voted against the change, and three abstained from volting.
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the decision reverses decades of efforts made in the country to prevent a dictatorship. it's chillier, darker. >> wet, wild, and rainy this week, huh? >> we are in for a nice afternoon, and we will get past the next few hours, and we will be in good shape for sunday, but as you eluded to, several rounds of rain coming our way. get ready. today will be dry and mild again, and let's start with what is going on right now. giving you the view right there with a will the of fog. -- with a wall of fog. giving you the view of numbers. 43 to start your morning in santa rosa. 51 in san francisco. upper 40s for oakland. livermore, 41. san jose at 53. we showed you the visibility
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map. widespread fog this morning. patchy, dense fog, over the north bay valley, east bay valley, and san francisco, and sfo less than a mile of visibility. the radar showing we are quiet, and we will remain quiet for sun. if i stretch back, you can see the ridge here developing for sunday. the mild temperatures coming our way, and as we get into monday, things will change a little bit, and here's a look at sunday, pretty much a nice day for the afternoon, and partly cloudy. temperatures ranging in the 60s, and here's monday morning, and we do start out dry, and we start out mostly cloudy. into the second half of the afternoon and early evening hours, and the scattered showers will develop, and tomorrow, we have a little wet weather in store, looking like it will come the second half of monday, and look what is behind me, more to come with several rounds expected, tuesday, wednesday, and thursday, friday, and maybe even a little bit on saturday, and as we get into the first part of the week, starting out a little slow, a little unsettled.
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the end of the week, colder storms are expected to move in, and we expect 2-2.5 inches of rain fall, and that's the accumulation that is forecasted, at least at the moment. sierra snow down to 4,000 feet at some point. here's the afternoon highs, under partly cloudy skies for today. inner east bay, 64 for downtown san francisco. upper 60s for san jose, and 68 expected for santa cruz, and your extended forecast, showing you, again, the morning fog, the mild afternoon, and under partly cloudy skies, and a little rain developing tomorrow night, or early evening, and then into tuesday, that storm will continue to bring us some rain fall, and we may have another one set up wednesday into thursday, and showers are possible on friday. >> first time in awhile we have had kind of possible rain across the board. >> on every single day. yeah,. >> all right, umbrella in my pocket. >> looking forward to it.
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>> thanks. a new scholarship program in colorado is helping more students attend college. >> reporter daniel leon is explaining how taxes on recreational marijuana are helping students go to school. >> reporter: the cannabis- sponsored scholarships are making it possible for a record number of students go to college. >> if you apt college education, you either have to spend all your savings or die in debt to be at the institutions. i think it should be easier to go to college. >> reporter: the idea was spearheaded back in 2017. $750,000 was raised for the funds this year. the majority of the scholarship is funded by a 3% tax levied by
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the county on the wholesale transfer of marijuana to distributers. it's expected to increase by 1% each year, capping off at 5%. >> we want to change the course of pueblo and make pueblo as economically driving as colorado springs, and we have to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to a college education. >> reporter: the pueblo hispanic education foundation administers the pot scholarship. in years past hundreds of students have gotten $2,000 each. >> it's important not only to help the students but also the families who are trying to pay to give the next generation the opportunity for success. >> reporter: and it appears california's campaign to conserve water after 5 years of drought is quickly evaporating. >> the state water board says the amount of water saved in the urban areas has declined sharply. water use in the state is nearly back to where it was
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before the drought began. the report found many people in california forgot about conserving water during last winter's relentless storms and floods, and the governor, governor brown declared the drought emergency over in april. b.a.r.t. is working to install wifi at all stations and trains. they are looking for a vendor to install systems at all stations and all new cars rolling out over the next few years. b.a.r.t. officials said wifi access is the most requested improvement from riders. they are hoping to begin installation this summer. as far as other transit agencies, muni is hoping to tap into the wifi where they share stations, and calfi will have it on the electric trains, and the smart train has had it since launching last year. communication is key for victims and first responders in
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block of corporate place, right off sonoma boulevard. it's been burning since at least 6:00 this morning. we are getting these pictures have vallejo fire. that looks like an industrial area. we will update you throughout the morning. this morning, volunteers are cutting off their hair to raise awareness for cancer research. it's happening in downtown martinez. this is video from a similar event last year. it offers support to children stricken with cancer who are going through chemotherapy. now to sports, the washington capitals limped into the shark tank after two ugly losses in southern california, and guess what? they got healthy in a hurry. no score, in the 2nd, nicklas backstrom, and there he goes
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with the slapper to jones, and that will go top shelf, right side up, and it hits the mesh, and that's all the caps need. the sharks with their chances in this one. phil leadership with a big night, and the sharks are 1 for 32 on the power play. they have to fix that. not good. 2-0 to the caps. richard sherman was released last week by the seahawks, and he wasted no time going to the 49ers. he said he wanted to go to a contender. march madness swinging into full gear today with selection sunday. 68 college hoop teams getting in, and the lone bay area team with a shot, likely sitting on the bubble, and that would be st. mary's college, and they
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finished 28-5, but the west coast conference is considered week outside of gonzaga, and st. mary's will watch, and hope the powers that be give them a large bid. fans will have their eyes glued to the tube tonight. i think they will get n but it should be close. cal is likely done for the season. it looks like the president will get the military parade he wants, but there's one condition. >> what will not be included, and what is expected to happen in washington, dc.
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that may be one of the most beautiful pictures i have ever seen. a bed of cotton fog over the bay area with the sun streaming in from the east, and it's a gorgeous shot today. good morning, happy sunday in deed. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and good morning. i'm claudine wong. thank you for waking up with us earlier than usual. a quick look at the weather from rosemary. the blanket we have gotten is just a hint of the week to come. we are looking at rain in the extended forecast, and today a dry, mild one.
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should be enjoyable, sunday trees is back, starting in the mission district. look at the dense fog in the north bay and east bay as well. south bay locations, you're in fairly good shape. more, not -- livermore, not bad at all. it's stretching down the peninsula. it's also along the coastline, highway 1, you'll find it, and over the north bay coast as well. santa rosa and napa reporting a quarter of a mile. i-80 and back, visibility issues there, and concord less than a quarter of a mile there at the airport. be prepared for that. if you're getting out or have an early morning drive, fairly widespread, and temperatures chillier than where we started
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yesterday. along the peninsula, 53 right now in san jose. here's the 24 hour temperature change, fairfield, 13 degrees colder. down by 5 in half-moon bay. the afternoon is feeling pretty good. partly cloudy, mostly sunny for the east bay shore, including hayward. noontime, 60. upper 60s for 4:00 and 5:00. beginning to shift with the new daylight saving change, and our afternoon highs are coming right about in here, and upper 60s is what you can expect about the dinner hour for some. the afternoon highs around the region. low 60s, down into the south bay, and in the north bay, 69 expected for santa rosa, and wet weather returns for tomorrow, and it keeps coming. i will look at the extended forecast, coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. the investigation continues into the shooting of the
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yountville veterans home. >> and alyana is live outside of the veterans' home where the gunman sought treatment. >> reporter: the building here at the campus here is closed off for the investigation as the investigation continues. there's public safety personnel in the area, and we have seen them walking to and from the building this morning, but plans are in the mornings were the public memorial. monday, march 19th for christine loeber, jen golick, and jennifer gonzales. they work at the nonprofit that helps veterans reintegrate into civilian life. the memorial will be at the napa valley performing arts center here on the yountville campus. on friday it started with
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albert wong. he previously caught treatment here, but he walked in with a gun, and he took them hostage. hours later they were found dead, including wong with a self-inflicted gun shot wound. he was honorably discharged from the army. the california department of veteran affairs will have resources available for the survivors of the hostage situation that happened on friday, and again, plans are in the works for a public memorial for the three women who were killed, held a week from tomorrow. back to you guys. >> aly, thank you. the pathway home has established a fund to provide direct support to the victims. donations can be sent 3 brave women fund in napa, california. and gofundme pages are set up to help pay for the funeral
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expenses. jennifer gonzales's page has raised $75,000, and the page for dr. golick has raised over $30,000 so far. the veterans get 24-hour nursing care, meals, and postoffice pool -- posttherapy pool, and we are learning more about the gunman. 36-year-old albert wong, and kevin oliver spoke to the people who helped raise wong saying he grew up happy and loyal. >> reporter: the mayor of
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yountville called albert wong a warrior that was overtaken by demons. >> shocked and saddened, and i feel very bad. >> reporter: sisi says she saw the impact the battle had on wong after he returned. >> he was given medications to level out his mood swings. he couldn't sleep, and i think that was hard for him. a couple of times we saw him, i barely recognized him. >> reporter: the decorated infantry man was in service may 2010 to august 2017, deployed to afghanistan for almost a year. april2011 to march 2012 and received a number of medals, but the couple knew he needed help. >> he would sit on the sofa, just staring saying i can't believe i'm in a safe place, and clearly, the idea of being not worrying about if you could step out and not have a bomb under your feet. >> reporter: investigators said he killed three employees at the pathway home treatment
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program where he was kicked out 2 weeks earlier. >> my heart and prayers have been with them from the very beginning. >> reporter: 20% of iraq and afghanistan veterans are diagnosed with ptsd, but the reality, there may be more. many veterans don't seek help or refuse it when they need it most. >> soldiers will keep trying to be strong, because that's what they are expected to do, even if they are no longer active duty. >> our coverage continues on ktvu.com. we will update the latest information as we get it. we are continuing to follow the breaking news out of vallejo right now where crews knocked down the three-alarm fire. it broke out on corporate place at a commercial building, and now this is a picture just posted on the twitter page of vallejo fire. >> this is what it looked like earlier this morning. the fire breaking out in the last few hours, and we will
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continue to follow the progress that crews are making in vallejo. we will bring that to you later in the show. a man is recovering after being attacked bay hatchet. it happened on friday night at a homeless encampment. the two men know each other, and they were arguing when one man hit the other in the face with an accident. the 53-year-old victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. the 51-year-old suspect surrendered to police around 1:30 yesterday morning, and he was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. their names have not been released. a suspect is in custody after shooting at officers. 39-year-old isaiah dejesus vallencia was taken into custody. it started on friday night when he crashed during a police chase and ran into a nearby
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complex. he fired through the door of one apartment. one officer was hit, and the other was injured when he tried to rescue him. >> we have investigators standing by, waiting to do interviews and conduct the investigation to get the details on how the incident occurred and why it occurred. >> police identified the officer as 30-year-old gregory castillos. he lives behind a wife and two small children. the wounded officer is expected to recover. some states are pondering if teachers should be armed to protect students, but some already have the law on the books. one is texas. over the weekend 16 teachers and staff members got a whole day of training at strategic weapons academy in texas yesterday. s.w.a.t. officers training them in active shooter protocol and firearms handling. participants said they embraced the course, but they hope they
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don't have to use it in the world. >> i will probably carry if the district allows it, but it's better understanding on how to prepare myself. >> immaterialed to bring the teachers into our world. -- i wanted to bring the teachers into our world. we are not the first time on the scene, they are. >> he said the officers involved in the training volunteered their time and expertise, and they are hoping to hold another training in the future. the course was open and free to any faculty member in the area. president trump is using the death penalty as a punishment for drug dealers. it was at a rally outside of pittsburgh. he there was to campaign for g.o.p. congressional candidate there. he took aim at the oakland mayor once again and sanctuary
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cites, and he spoke about the planned meeting with kim jong- un, and he said his 2020 slogan for reelection will be keep america great. in the meantime president trump got a warm reception during the stop in the heart of steel country, appearing before supporters in pennsylvania yesterday, just days after announcing the landmark steel tariffs, and he says the tariffs are part of the plan to support the american workers. the president acknowledged the tariff plan does have critics. >> a lot of steel mill are also now opening up because of what i did, and not all of my friends on wall street love it but we love it because we know what it does. >> there's a 25% tariff on imported steel and 10% tariff on imported aluminum. both canada and mexico are excluded from the ban.
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steve bannon left his role with the trump administration last summer, and he spoke out at a far right gathering in france yesterday saying he believes the turnover in the white house is a natural turnover. the former chief strategist said his biggest things to overcome -- >> it takes a lot to get sea legs, and remember, many of us came from, not from politics -- i had never been involved in politics in my entire life. think it's a natural turnover. >> steve bannon made several controversial comments at the same event telling them the french national front party, let them call you racist, and wear it as a badge of honor. the pentagon as approved president trump's request for a military parade it will happen on veterans day in washington, dc,, and president trump was
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inspired by the military parade after seeing france's celebration. it will not have any military tanks because they could damage the streets, and last month the white house budget director told congress the parade could cost up to $30 million. british health authorities today are urging people to wash their clothing if they recently visited a restaurant where a former russian spy and his adult daughter became critically ill after being poisoned. it was the first time british officials have urged the public to take specific actions as a result of the attack. the foreign secretary is suspecting the government is responsible. o.j. simpson, the lost confession, will be a program you can see right here on ktvu channel 2. >> i remember i grabbed the knife. i do remember that portion. >> simpson is seen taking part
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in a never-before-seen interview with judith reagan. he details a so-called hypothetical account of killing his ex-wife and her friend on june 12, 1994. >> zero understanding of his role in anything, like to the point that it was shocking to me he had so little awareness of his role in everything. >> not only does he talk about his ex-wife, and some of the things he says are really bizarre -- >> the special will feature a panel of analysts including chris darden, one of the prosecutors from the criminal trial in 1995. simpson was found not guilty in the trial. o.j. simpson, the lost confession will air tonight. check it out tonight on ktvu at 8:00. major reforms on the way for the b.a.r.t. police department. >> key changes after a man was shot and killed by b.a.r.t. officers last month. and up next, scientists
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this one will take you way back! giving you a view there of the pretty start to the day. we have low-lying fog out there if you have an early morning drive, heads up, it's dense! we have a nice afternoon coming our way with highs in the 60s, and i will have a look at what you can expect coming up. >> temptation to sing along. they are playing it because of the next story it just fits. scientists have discovered a new ice found in diamonds
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formed deeped in the earth's crust. it's more dense than regular ice, and it's never before been seen on earth. scientists said it may help them understand how much water is beneath the earth's crust. in the wake of last year's major weather events like hurricane harvey, hurricane irma, and hurricane maria, verizon is developing a new technology to quickly reconnect victims to emergency professionals and family members when cell towers are too dangered to send out signals. brian yenis with more. >> reporter: last year's during harvey, irma, and maria, cell phone providers figured out fixing the towers proved difficult, and now verizon wireless is developing a drone to provide cell phone service to first responders and the public in the aftermath of the storm. the 17-foot drone can fly for 10-16 hours as high as 15,000
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feet, carrying 4glte equipment, and once in the air, it will act like a flying cell tower, providing service for a 40-mile range. >> whether there's no power, cell phones only last 24-48 hours tops, and if you can't get to them before their cell phones die, now they can't make a phone call at all. with this, we can get up, and as soon as the storm passes, we can put this in the air. >> reporter: we were there when they tested the drone in new jersey. it's going to provide enough signals for phone calls. 39 first responders and the public were able to connect to one drone simultaneously. 2017 was the most costly year in u.s. history. >> this is another tool in our tool box, and it's the way of the future. it's going to be a big tool that emergency management will be able to use nationwide.
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>> reporter: verizon expects to be flying routinely in the next year, pending faa approval. fox news, new york. did that alarm clock go off early this morning? >> it did, and i was trying to rally. >> raise your hand if you use your iphone to wake up in the morning. >> i should have. >> i do, and it's supposed to change, but i was thinking, maybe it won't. should i set another one? i had the hairy eyeball over there. i still have more time. >> that's my fear, is it going to flip over? my gripe every year, i use an old alarm clock that acknowledges old daylight saving change, so it won't wake me up this morning, but it will pick a random date in the future. >> i still have a clock in my house i never changed from last november, and now it's on time. >> there you go. just wait. >> batteries, by the way, reminding people, it's a good day to change your smoke alarm.
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firefighters. you to change your batteries, and we all should. waking up with sunshine, and a lot of this. cloud cover, and this is fog, and you cannot see a thing, but this is sfo. if you have folks arriving, you guarantee delays at sfo this morning. from what we understand, an hour to an hour and 20 minutes for delays for those arriving. the glorious shot. the east bay, plenty of sunshine, and none of that low- lying fog up above. livermore, 43. san francisco, 41. and storm tracker 2 is showing you all is quiet out there. a very steady pattern in place for sunday, and i will back up a bit, and you can see the ridge is developing over the bay area, and then the sinking area associated with the high
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pressure. pushing the moisture down to the ground. the future cast, into the afternoon today, going to be a nice, pleasant day, 60s in the forecast, and partly cloudy skies, and into monday, things will change, once again. monday morning, dry, and monday night, that's when we do expect a few scattered showers to roll into the bay area, and that will be the leading edge of the storm that will move in tuesday, and here's tuesday morning, and we are wet, into wednesday, and a little bit of a break for the first part of wednesday, and storm number two coming in on wednesday night, and lasting into friday, and all good news, and we are looking at anywhere from an inch to maybe 2-2.5 by the end of the week, and looking at the future cast model, showing us 2.5, and we know our hills could pick up more than that, and the sierra picking up more snow and snow levels, down to 35,000 feet eventually as we get into the second par of the business week. for today f you like the dry weather and like it mild, today is your day. upper 60s in nevada for the
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afternoon. upper 60s in concord. around the bay, 64 for san francisco, and into the south bay, san jose, 69. and there's your extended forecast, and dry and mild today, and a little cloudier, and cooler tomorrow, and then the rain will move in by the late afternoon and early evening hours, and then better rain on tuesday, and we get a brief break for the first half of wednesday before the next storm rolls in, continuing the pattern into wednesday, thursday, and friday. >> not a miracle march yet, but we are working on it. >> working on it. good news. >> dry february. how about hoops? warriors off to minnesota today, and in a rare matinee game, the t-wolves, a good team, but golden state has handled them. two games and two winners, but once again, golden state playing shorthanded. curry out with the ankle sprain for awhile among the others. they will not have their complete group of guys playing, but they should play well.
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tipoff set for 12:30 this afternoon. a lot of people are watching tigers today. the masters is coming, and a lot of people are watching him in florida today. the national guard will be busy in dublin today. >> we will have more on the emergency response training being held and the local agencies that are taking part when we come back. stay right there. it's the ross spring dress event. where you'll find the perfect dress at the perfect price. if you want to save big on dresses for every occasion,
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a new report says joe kiemac has been put on leave because of her selection of fire chief. the city council voted unanimously to put her on leave. she said she was pressured to pick a fire chief favored by the union. the report says any interference is prohibited under the city charter. starting today in dublin the national guard aviation units will begin conducting their annual emergency response training with bay area law enforcement agencies it will incollude groups out of california, oklahoma, and arizona. the training includes the oakland police as well as the
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sonoma county police and fire. the train willing be held at the army camp through march 25th. the annual world's fair nano kicking off at pier 48 yesterday. attendees got to experience the futuristic tech firsthand by racing electric days boards and flying drones, and there's also futuristic art including an augmented art gallery. head over to pier 48 if you want to check it out in san francisco. two students are headed to the state's spelling bee in may
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from alameda county. >> absorb. vivian lee was among the elementary school students, and the competition lasted for showers, and it was for challenging words including culpable, and the winning word, magnanimous. >> i'm so glad i'm not a part of that i'm the world's worst speller. i'm cringing right now. we are continuing to follow the latest developments? -- developments in the veterans home shooting. >> the investigators continue to look for a motive. and the president is calling out libby schaaf once again at a weekend rally in pennsylvania. stay right there. we use our phones and computers the same way these days.
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oh, there is iceland. >> iceland? >> and there is -- >> that's a beautiful day there. >> that's the main church in town, and you will see it's at tallest point, and you can go in and it's beautiful. >> you spent a week there, right? >> i did, and it's a chilly 36 degrees, and we just had one of
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our investigative reporters go there to see the northern lights, all bundled up, completely bundled up. >> it's clear and cold. >> food is not cheap when you go there. just wanted to give you a peek if you have not been to iceland. there it is. welcome to the mornings on 2 on this sunday, march 11th. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. from iceland to here, we will get our own forecast, and you may want to get your umbrella handy, but first the heads lines on this sunday. we will continue to follow with the latest out of yountville. we are learning about the gunman, but the focus is on the victims. >> the three women who dedicated their lives to helping others. we will have more on the memorial being planned in their honor. president trump is taking aim at the oakland maybe your once again. - - oakland mayor once again over the weekend. a man is in the hospital
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this morning after an officer- involved shooting. >> what led up to the shots being fired and what we learned about the suspect. all of that and more coming up, but first, rosemary is looking at our weather, and visibility is the issue? >> especially for folks getting on the roadways, foggy, drizzly, misty, and be prepared for that. plenty gray for the bay and coastline, and going inland, and we have pretty partly cloudy, mostly clear skies, and not the case here, as we cross. is that the san mateo bridge? that's the san mateo bridge, no the approach to the bay bridge there widespread fog this morning, and dense fog for some, and that means, be prepared for the slow go, and it could be very hazardous, and giving you a look, starting on the peninsula, and sfo
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reporting visibility down to a quarter of a mile. we have this on the coastline, and the darker shade of gray, and highway 1 will have it and the northbound coast. inland, verywide spread for the northbound vally locations. it's a quarter of a mile for the areas over santa rosa. concord improved with the visibility reduced a little while ago, but it's since cleared. oakland, dealing with the visibility issues along the stretch there, by the oakland airport, and joining us this morning, and then into the afternoon, we have partly cloudy, mostly clear skies, and temperatures on the mild side, and this morning a bit of a chill in the air. 37 to start your morning. upper 40s for sfo, and upper 40s for hayward, and 40 degrees in livermore, and east bay, 44 for antiac.
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here's your view for today, look at where we are headed for the afternoon, lunchtime almost hitting 60 degrees. a cool start, and then into the second part of the day, and upper 60s to near 70 degrees for the inland communities, and when i come back a detailed look at the afternoon highs, and in the extended forecast, get out the umbrella, rain is coming back. more coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. the pathways home in the yountville veterans center remains closed this morning after the shooting on friday. >> the memorial plans are in the works for the women who were killed by the gunman who took them hostage. >> reporter: it will be monday, march 19th. there's signs of campus getting back to normal. this is one of the largest veteran homes in the country. the building, directly behind us, where the pathways home was
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located, and you can see it's taped off, closed off for the investigation. three women who worked here christine loeber, jennifer golick and jennifer gonzales were shot and killed here. the pathways home is a nonprofit that helps post9/11 iraq and afghanistan war veterans reintegrate into civilian life, treating veterans suffering from ptsd. >> we have set up a fund called 3 brave women in their name, and there's information posted about that. that money will go directly to supporting their families, and we are also encouraging people to give to the pathway home. >> reporter: the gunman in friday's deadly shooting was a former client of pathways. 36-year-old albert wong sought and received treatment. his legal guardians said he left the program 2 weeks ago, and on friday he walked into
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the home with a firearm, and he took the three women hostage after a standoff lasting several hours, law enforcement officers entered, and the women were shot and killed, and wong was dead from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. he was in the army reserves, deployed in afghanistan from 2011 to march of the following year, and honorably discharged shortly after that. resources are being made available to the survivors of the hostage situation here on friday, and again, plans are in the works to have the public memorial for the victims, scheduled to be held a week from tomorrow, and back to you guys. >> thank you for that update, aly. it's now 8:05. the throw women who died in the shooting are being remembered this morning as loving, compassionate and dedicated. dr.gonzales was an expert at ptsd who worked at both the san francisco v.a.
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and the pathway home, and she helped to develop a program to help veterans work to a college degree, and she graduated from st. francis high school. she got married around this time last year, and she was 7 months pregnant when she was killed. a gofundme page has been set up to help pay for her funeral, and as of this morning, the page has raised over $75,000. dr. jennifer golick is being remembered as a talented therapist, loving wife, and the mother to an 8-year-old daughter. she was the clinical director for meerwood before going to pathways, and she was the psychiatrist who discharged the gunman a week before the shooting. a gofundme page has also been set up for her family, and $23,000 has been raised. 48-year-old christine loeber is being remembered as
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kind and compassionate to everyone. she was the executive director of the pathway home and a yoga director. the owner of the yoga studio said she taught classes specifically designed to teach veterans to reduce their stress with yoga. >> she just had this way about her. she was able to smile easily, and everyone just felt so comfortable and the ease around her, and i know that -- andat ease around her and i know that that was a great way to break the ice with her. >> she worked at several v.a. facilities around the area including back east in boston. a man wanted for multiple felony charges was wounded in an officer-involved shooting shortly before 6:00 last night near clayton road. the suspect fled from a car following a traffic stop, and
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officers fired on him after he threatened them with a. we the 40-year-old man was then rushed to the hospital, and there's no word on his condition. police say he was wanted on a felony warrant for robbery, making terrorist threats, and making several charges. >> b.a.r.t.'s board of directors has approved recommendations to strengthen the transit agency's police department, the latest response to the death of a 28-year-old man who was shot and killed by a b.a.r.t. police officer near the west oakland station in january. the recommendations include improving the office of the independent police auditor and the citizen review board that will meet tomorrow. the board has also agreed to hear public comment about the death during the meeting. while the nationwide debate continues if teachers should carry guns, in texas, it's already a reality. >> they have the school marshal program, and coming up, more on the pistol training course a group of teachers took over the
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weekend. i'm calling on congress to stop funding sanctuary cities so we can save american lives. president trump taking aim on sanctuary cities and the state of california. what he said about oakland's mayor at a weekend rally in pennsylvania.
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we are giving you the view of the fog swallowing up the golden gate bridge this morning. it's dense out there, and we have visibility issues, and we will check on that for you, lining up the temperatures for this evening, and it's going to be a mild one. rain on the way, and more in the extended forecast, coming up. students across the country and right here in the bay area are preparing to protest this week in response to the deadly florida school shooting. students and staff are told to walk out on this wednesday. dozens have been organized for the bay area including berkeley high school and sonoma high school, and there's more protests in the coming weeks calling for more gun control. the first steps to ban bump stocks has been taken. bump stocks were used in the
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las vegas shooting that left 57 dead. bump stocks would be classified as a machine gun, which is band under federal law. the n.r.a. is suing the state of florida. they are targeting part of the bill that raises the minimum age to buy a rifle from 18 to 21, and nra claims the age restriction violations the 2nd and 14th amendments. president trump taking aim at libby schaaf once again, criticizing her for warning the public about impending i.c.e. raids. >> in oakland, you a mayor, and she told people that were going to be captured in a big raid that there's going to be a raid. you can't do it. you can't do it, folks. >> speaking at a rally yesterday in pennsylvania, the president called on congress to
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stop giving federal money to sanctuary cities across the country. immigration was a big part of the presidential address this week. >> sanctuary cities are the best friends of smugglers, gang members, drug dealers, human traffickers, killers, and other violent offenders. we want our cities to be sanctuaries for americans, not safe havens for criminals. that is why i'm calling on congress to block funds for jurisdictions who shield dangerous criminals. >> reporter: the president went on to say that are subject to federal law and are in direct defiance of federal law. china's parliament passing historical changes that abolish term limits there, meaning the current president can rule indefinitely. changes were passed by the annual sitting of the national people's congress, out of almost 3,000 voters, only two
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of the delegates voted against the change, and three abstained. this reverses efforts for decades to prevent a dictatorship. there's delays for flights in and out of the bay area, and that's why. that camera usually shows the s.f.o. tower, but as you can see, things are completely covered if fog right now, and visibility is, i'm going to say, unofficially, it's about 0? unless you can see a little. flight aware, that's what you're looking at right now, average delay is 90 minutes. this shows the lined up flights, and departures delayed out of the bay area airport, and if you have travel plans, be sure to check online, or call if you're flying out or picking someone up this morning. rosemary, i guess the question is, is that going to clear up
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any time soon? >> probably not in the next hour or two. >> yeah, we have a lot out there, and it's misty and drizzly as well. be prepared for that. if you're flying or driving, the visibility is down to a quarter of a mile or less than that. widespread over the northbound valley locations to the coast and along the peninsula, and along the coast. here's the view up above the cloud cover, and it's a beautiful start to the day, and if you do not have the clouds in place, some people like the fog, and i will definitely get an e-mail from one person who says i like the gray, and we have a gray sky to start the day, and blue skies expected for the second half, and temperatures warming as well. outside of the door this morning, most of us off to a colder start. 49 right now in oakland. low 50sin san francisco, and low 50s in santa rosa. and san jose, 53 to start the morning. livermore, 43 degrees with partly cloudy skies, and here's
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storm tracker 2, and the radar is quiet, but if you take a close look, you see the dark shade of gray, and it's all over the place this morning, and if you do have the sunshine with you, enjoy it, and we will all event yulely see partly cloudy, mostly clear skies for the second par -- part of the day. the temperature in the 60s. tomorrow, things will change up, and not one, but two storms are coming our way, and so morning fog, followed by the dry, mild afternoon today, and then, for the week ahead, storm number one, coming in, and it looks like late monday, lasting into wednesday, and anywhere from half an inch to two inches of rain fall over the 48 hour period or so, and sierra snow level the dropping down around 48,000 feet, and then a little break wednesday night, and another storm will move in, and it's going to last into friday, and it will bring us another good amount of rain fall as well as sierra snow, and the snow levels could drop further down to 3500 feet, and colder
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air coming into the bay area as well as the sierra, and here's the rain fall amounts, and all the way into friday, one, two, and i'm thinking 3 inches, and this will change with each passing run, and we will continue to fine tune it getting closer, and here's the afternoon highs, and under partly cloudy skies for today. 64 in san francisco, and 65 in berkeley. upper 60s for brentwood, and the south bay, upper 60s, and low 70s for the afternoon, and there's a look at your extended forecast, temperatures sliding back a bit for tomorrow, and the clouds will begin to increase, and it really does not look like until late in the afternoon, early in the evening will the showers arrive. most of monday looking like a dry day, but we have rain and sierra snow in the forecast for tuesday. break wednesday, and then the next storm on its heels thursday into friday. >> they are lining up. >> they are..
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the storm -- they are. the storm doors are opening up. taxes on recreational cannabis in california are helping a new generation of students go to school. >> reporter: with the help of weed, pueblo county students can now aim to a higher education. pueblo county officials announcing their cannabis- funded college scholarship has tripled in funding, making it possible for a record amount of pueblo students to go to college. >> if you want a college education, you either have to spend all your savings or die in debt to the institutions, and i think it should be a little easier to go to college. >> reporter: commissioner pace spearheaded the idea, and he said they raised $750,000 this year. the majority coming from a 3% tax levied by the county on the
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wholesale transfer of marijuana to distributors, and it will increase by 1% each year, capping off at 5%. >> we want to make pueblo as equally thriving as colorado springs, and we want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to a college education. >> reporter: the pueblo hispanic foundation administers the scholarship. >> it's important to not only help the students but also the families who are trying to pay to give the next generation an opportunity for success. it appears california's campaign to conserve water is quickly evaporating. the amount of water save id in the urban areas has declined over the last 8 months, and water use in the state is nearly back to where it was before the drought began, and the report found many people in
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california forgot about conserving water during last winter's relentless storms and floods, and governor brown declared the drought emergency over in april. b.a.r.t. is working to install wifi at all stations and on the trains as well. >> according to the chronicle the transit agency is looking for a vendor to install the wifi systems at all stations and in the new cars that will be rolling out. wifi access is one of the most requested improvements for riders. b.a.r.t. hopes to have a contract in place so installation can begin this summer. m.u.n.i. will tap into the technology where they share stations, and caltrain will have it on the new trains, and the smart train has had wifi on board since launching last year. communication is critical for first responders and victims in the first days after a natural disaster. >> but it's hard when cell
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towers are destroyed or damaged. coming up, the high-tech solution in the skies that could be a big help and save lives. a long time rival of the niners will now be playing for the team. more on the signing of richard sherman. this week on fox news sunday, they have traded insults and threats of war, and now the stage is set for direct talks with president trump and kim jong-un. we will discuss what is bringing both sides to the table for this unprecedented meeting and what is next with the c.i.a. director. president trump leaves wiggle room for allies in his new tariffs, but elizabeth warren has her first fox news sunday appearance. that's all this week on fox news sunday.
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the annual shave-a-thon is happening this afternoon to raise money for children's cancer research in downtown martinez. this is video from the event last year. the proceeds go to the children's hospital, and the event offers support to children with cancer who are going to chemotherapy. the washington capitols have not won in san jose in decades, and they limped in with two mighty ugly losses in southern california, but they got healthy in a hurry. backstrom taking care of that. that's a slapper, top shelf, right side, and it goes
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whizzing by the mask. that's all the caps need. the sharks had chances, and dillon with the wrister, but he would glove it 1 for 32 on the power play, and they need to fix that. not good. falling 2-0 to the caps. richard sherman signed a contract to join the niners, released last week by the seahawks, and he wasted no time in getting the meeting with the niners. he wanted to go to a contender, and he believes they could be close. the two sides agreeing to a deal yesterday. it fills a big hole for the team who was looking for a shutdown quarterback. march madness swinging into full gear tonight with selection sunday. 68 teams will get in, and the lone bay area team with a shot, likely on the bubble. that's st. mary's, and the gaels are number 20 in the country. terrific season, finishing 28- 5, but their west coast
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conference is considered weak, outside of gonzaga. st.mary's will watch and hope the powers that be give them a b.i.d. fans will gather at round table pizza. i think they will get in, but it's going to be close. sanford likely to get an n.i.t. bid. ucla has a shot. >> we will keep an eye on it. it looks like president trump will get the military parade he wants, but there's going to be conditions. >> up next, what won't be included, and when it is all expected to happen. that's coming up.
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♪ ? -- ♪ somewherearound the bay area, it's not foggy, but this sunday, and happy daylight saving day. i hope you set your clocks forward an hour, but if you didn't, shame on you. >> at least it's not a workday. >> good morning, i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm claudine wong. let's go over to rosemary orozco. >> we are socked in pretty good with the fog. there's the view above the clouds. it's gorgeous. it's like pillow tops. >> that's what the planes see. >> once they get up above the cloud cover. it's thick, and it's foggy, and it's misty and drizzly, and the visibility is down to a quarter
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of a mile. look at where we have issues, and over portions of the north bay, along the peninsula, the coast, the east bay, and east bay shore we will call it. the inland east bay, not bad at all. livermore and concord reporting visibility of 7-10 miles there. concord started with fog, but it's since cleared, again the area of sfo, and there's arriving fight delays, and that's an hour to an hour and a halve reported -- half reported there you can see it's all the way down the peninsula and along the coast. highway 1, you're seeing it highway 1 for the north bay as well, stretching across the valley. santa rosa to napa. a quarter of a mile or less at the airport, and the east bay shore, it was worse, looking like it's clearing up some, but all the way down to the areas like hayward, as well as
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temperatures beginning to rebound. 43 in santa rosa, and for the coast, 45 for half-moon bay. a few low 50s out there. we are off to a chillier start in concord. giving you a view of the afternoon highs, not bad. especially for the inlan views, upper 60s for concord and san jose. low 60s for pacifica. rain returns for the business week. not one storm, but two i will look at what you can expect, coming up. we are continuing to follow a developing story out of vallejo. fire crews knocking down a fire in a commercial building this is one of the pictures posted to twitter from vallejo fire. >> the fire broke out within the last few hours, and we will
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continue to follow the progress that crews are making as they are assessing the stability of the building before heading inside. the investigation continues this morning into the shooting at the yountville veterans home that ended with four people dead. >> ali has more on the memorial being planned for victims. >> reporter: the area where this happened is still closed off to the public, and we have seen public safety officers going in and out of the building on the veterans' home campus that houses the pathways program. we don't know how long it will remain closed, but we do know about the plans far public memorial that will be held on monday, march 19th for the women killed in this building on friday. the three women worked at the pathway home, a nonprofit that helps post9/11 iraq and
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afghanistan veterans reintegrate into civilian life. >> we have a fund in their name, called 3 brave women, and we have posted information about that, and that money will go directly to supporting their families. >> reporter: the gunman was 36- year-old albert wong. he had sought treatment at the facility, but his legal guardians said he left treatment 2 weeks ago. he took the women hostage, and after a standoff lasting several hours, officers found the women had been shot and killed and wong was dead from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. he was in the army reserves, deployed to afghanistan from april 2011 to march of the following year, honorably discharged from the army. the california department of veterans affairs said they will make resources available to the survivors of the hostage situation. you will recall with the three women killed here, there were dozens of others in the
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building at the time when the gunman took them hostage. plans are in the works for a public memorial a week from tomorrow. >> gofundme pages have been set up to help pay for the funeral expenses for the women. dr.gonzales's page has over $57,000, and dr. golick's page has over $23,000 so far. the home is the largest veterans home in the u.s., and the facility houses 1,000 elderly or disabled veterans, and they get 24-hour nursing care, meals, comprehensive activity program, and other amenities including a pool. the pathway home, where all of this occurred is one of the many programs on campus. this morning a man is recovering after being attacked
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with a hatchet in oakland. it happened on friday night at a homeless encampment near the oakland area. the two men know each other, and they were arguing when one hit the other in the face with an accident. the 53-year-old victim is expected to be okay. the 51-year-old suspect surrendered to police around 1:30 yesterday morning, arrested for assault with a deadly rep. -- deadly weapon. their name has not been released. sheriff's deputies say 39- year-old isaiah velentia was taken into custody after crashing during a police chase and ran into a nearby apartment complex. the sheriff's department says he fired through the door of the apartment, and one officer was hit. the other officer was injured when he tried to rescue the
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wounded officer. >> investigators are waiting to conduct the investigation to get details on how and why the incident occurred. >> police identified the officer who was killed as 30- year-old gregory castillos. he joined just 6 months ago and leaves behind his wife and two small children. the wounded officer underwent surgery yesterday, and is expected to recover. a handful of states have laws already on the books for teachers to carry firearms, and yesterday in texas, training took place. participanted said they embrace the course, but they hope -- participants said they embrace the course, but they hope to never need the skills. >> it's to prepare myself, better train myself on understanding how to use a firearm.
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>> i want to bring teachers and law enforcement into our world. now, we are not the first one there on the active shooters they. >> this was the owner, ted bullet's first time running the class, and he said the officers involved all volunteers their training and expertise, and he hopes to hold another training in the near future. the course is free and open to any independent school district or faculty member in the area. president trump once again showing support for using the death penalty to punish drug dealers, and it was one of the many topics the president talked about yesterday. he there was to campaign for the g.o.p. congressional candidate, and the president said the only way to solve the drug problem is through toughness, and took aim once again at libby schaaf and sanctuary cities and spoke about his planned meeting with kim jong-un as well and said his 2020 slogan for reelection will be keep america great.
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in the meantime, president trump got a warm reception during the stop in the heart of steel country. he appeared before supporters in pennsylvania yesterday, just days after announcing his landmark steel tariffs, and he said the tariffs are part of the plan to support american workers, and the president acknowledged the plan has critics. >> steel mills are now opening up because of what i did, and not all of my friends on wall street love it but we love it because we know what it does. >> the president's order places a 25% tariff on imported steel and 10% tariff on imported aluminum. canada and mexico are exempt from the order. steve bannon says he is not concerned about the white house staff turnover. he left his role with the trump administration last summer and spoke at a far right gathering in france yesterday, and he said he believes it's natural, the turnover at the white house. the former chief strategist
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said he believes president trump's biggest challenge is battling globalism. >> i think president trump, remember, he didn't come from politics. he's a leader. it takes, even the most experienced of politicians awhile to get his sea legs and get the staff around him, and remember, many of us came not from politics. hi never been involved in politics in politics in -- i had never been involved in politics in my entire life. >> at the same event, he told the far right group, let them call you racist, and wear it as a badge of courage. the pentagon has approved president trump's plan for a military parade. a recently released memo says it will happen on veterans' day in washington, dc. he was inspired after seeing france's celebrations. the memo said they will not have any tanks because they could damage the streets. last month congress was told it could cost up to $30 million.
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fox will air o.j. simpson the lost confession. the stunning interview speaking of the killing of his wife and her friend on june the 12th, 1994. it's a program you can see right here on ktvu channel 2. it will start at 8:00. adam hasley with the preview reporter: the anticipation is building around fox's sunday night special, o.j. simpson, the lost confession. >> i remember i grabbed the knife. i remember that portion. >> reporter: the infamous every- aired interview with the football star, focusing on the murders of his ex-wife and her friend ron goldman. simpson was tried and acquitted in 1995. >> not guilty in the crime of murder. >> i really felt he had zero self-awareness, zero understanding of his role in anything, like to the point that it was shocking to me.
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he had so little awareness of his role in everything. >> not only does he talk about his ex-wife, and some of the things he says are really bizarre, but he talks about that night, and the level of detail, and the way he frames it, it's really strange. >> reporter: christopher darden, who prosecuted simpson in 1994 says watching the interview for the first time was shocking. >> it made me angry, and it was painful. i think that people watching this tape are going to be affected. i think it will be difficult for people to walk away from this thinking or doubting o.j. simpson's guilt. >> reporter: the special will also include insight from an fbi profiler and antidomestic violence advocate. >> what was really disconcerning to me over the course of what i have heard so
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far, the inappropriate laughing he would have when he was talking about these interactions and even when he was describing hypothetically the murder, he had times when he would laugh. >> he says hypothetical terms, but he actually talks about things, details, and that's very rare for someone who didn't experience the event to have those details in his memory. >> it was horrible. absolutely horrible. >> reporter: fox news in hollywood. >> 8:43. >> we shall see the reaction from that. check it out tonight. major changes for the b.a.r.t. police department are coming. >> changes after a man was shot and killed last month. a new kind of ice never before seen on earth.
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good morning to you, not too cold, and it is a bit cool this morning, and this is definitely the bigger issue for most of us. we have a lot of fog, and it's
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very thick, misty, drizzly out there this morning, and afternoon highs in the 60s. once we get past the gray, blue skies, and a nice, enjoyable day is coming your way. i will have what to expect for the sunday fun day coming up. scientists have discovered new type of ice in diamonds formed deep in the earth's crust. they are more dense than regular ice, and it has never been seen before on earth, and scientists said the discovery may help them understand just how much water is beneath the earth's crust. and in the wake of last year's mayor weather events hurricane maria, hurricane irma, and hurricane harvey, verizon is working on technology to help whether cell towers are too badly damaged to send out signals. >> reporter: last year during
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the hurricanes, cell phone providers found out fixing the damaged cell towers was difficult because of the damaged roads and infrastructure, and now verizon is working on providing cell phone service to the first responders and the public with a 17-foot drone. it can fly for 10-16 hours as high as 15,000 feet, and it carries 4glte equipment, and it acts like a flying cell tower, providing service for up to a 40-mile range. >> and there's no power, cell phones last 24, maybe 48 hours, tops, and if you can't get to them, before their cell phones die, now they cannot make a phone call at all. with this, we can get up, and soon the storm passes, we can put this in the air. >> we were there when they tested the drone in new jersey. it will provide enough signals for phone calls, and 39 first responders and the public were
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able to connect to one drone simultaneously. 2017 was the costliest year in u.s. history, and 2018 is expected to be intense for first responders as well. >> this seems to be a wave of the future, and it's going to be a big tool that emergency management can use nationwide. >> reporter: a.a.t. and verizon expects in the next year to be flying routinely after natural disasters, pending faa approval. bryan yetis, fox news. if they shot one of those drones up right now, it would get stuck in the f-o-g. >> you would not see it anymore, and the fog bank is blanketing us. some of the drones take a shot from the bird's eye view we give you. outside of our doors, above the fog, sunny, blue sky kind of
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day. the view from above the fog, and we will have this sort of parting ways, and overt next hour or two, we will be left with partly cloudy, mostly clear skies for the second part of your day, and temperature soaring into the afternoon. this is the east bay, and 49 degrees right now in oakland. 51 in san francisco. 43 in santa rosa, and livermore, 43 out your door. dealing with patchy dense fog, the portions of the east bay, and along the peninsula, please be prepared for that. if you're stepping out this morning, or you know someone arriving to sfo or the oakland airport this morning, you may be experiencing delays, and here's the ridge that is in place, for today, and this will begin to break down, as i push it back, and we get an eye of the storm that will bring us several rounds of rain, and it looks like monday night into tuesday, storm number one is
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moving in, and starting with scattered showers around sunset, and then tuesday, looking to be a fairly wet day. the futurecast, into sunday, beautiful out there for the afternoon, and partly cloudy, mostly clear, and 60s around the region, and now into monday morning, starting out with mostly cloudy skies, and monday, looking to be generally dry, most of the day before this will move in. sunset now, because of the daylight saving change, 7:15 or so, and here we are around sunset tomorrow, and we have rain hitting the ground. here's the tuesday morning commute, and it looks like it could be treacherous, and tuesday, looking to be a fairly wet day. we will dry out by tuesday night, and tomorrow number two is coming in by wednesday night. so, it's going to be a monday- tuesday event, and then another storm coming in late wednesday, lasting into friday, and here's a look at some of the rain fall amounts expected for the week ahead, and anywhere from 1-2, maybe 3 inches of rain by
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friday and saturday time frame. we are looking forward to that. snow levels dropping over the course of the week as well, down to the pass on tuesday, and down to 3500 feet later in the week. afternoon highs for today. partly cloudy skies, upper 60s for the areas like vallejo. san francisco, upper 60s. south bay locations, if today, 69 san jose, and nice 69 in morgan hill. there's the extended forecast, dry today, showers developing tomorrow night, wet on tuesday, a little break, and the next storm is coming in wednesday night, thursday is wet. friday, looking like it could be wet as well. >> sounds like you will be busy. >> i like it, though, bring it! >> bring it, we like it. >> that's true. how about high schools? the warriors are off to minnesota to play in a rare matt nay game.
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golden state has curry out with the ankle sprain, and and tipoff is set for 12:30 this afternoon. a lot of folks probably tuning in to watch tiger woods with his lead, and a lot of people don't like tiger. some love him, but he's good for golf. >> yeah. >> and i will be watching. >> all right, sounds good. 8:53, and the national guard is going to be busy at camp parks in dublin. >> more on the emergency response training being held, and the local agencies that are all taking part when mornings on 2 continues. we use our phones and computers the same way these days.
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a new report says alameda city manager has been placed on paid leave amid the allegations of political interference in her selection of a fire chief. the east bay times say the city council voted to place her on leave as a result of the an independent investigation into allegations. last october she reportedly
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acceptability a letter to the city council saying the vice mayor and a city councilman pressured her to pick a fire chief that was favored by the firefighters' union, and the report says any interference in the hiring decisions is prohibited under city charter. starting today in dublin, the national guard aviation units will begin training with local agencies. the local civilian agencies participating include the oakland and sacramento fire department, sonoma police and other bay area counties. the purpose of the training is to strengthen the civilian and military coordination during the emergency incidents across the nation it will be held at the u.s. army camp parks in dublin through march 25th. the monterey county health department has closed the pacific beach because the water
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may be contaminated. it was discovered sewage had spilled into the bay. the beach will remain closed until the tests show it's safe. the future is here, and people in san francisco got to see the invasions firsthand. world's first nano kicking off yesterday. they got to race electric skate boards and fly drones. the event continues today until 6:00. if you want to check it out, go over to pier 48 in san francisco. it's 8:57, and we are following the latest developments in the veterans' home shooting in yountville. >> and president trump calling out oakland mayor, libby schaaf
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good morning to you. taking a look outside, and you
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can see just behind the green hills, you have a little bit of fog settling into the lower spots, and we have been watching that all morning, and delaying flight at sfo, and slowing things down on the roadways, and it's a great weekend to look ahead. welcome to mornings on 2 on this sunday, march 11th. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. good morning, everyone. more on our weather in a moment, but first, some of the headlines, of course, the big story today, we continue to follow out of yountville, we are learning about the gunman, but really focusing on the victims. >> more on how they are being remembered and the memorial being planned in their honor. and president trump is taking aim again at the oakland mayor. >> what he had to say about the mayor in pennsylvania and what he is saying about the federal money for sanctuary cities as welcoming up. a man is in the hospital
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this morning after an officer- involved shooting in concord. >> we will tell you what led up to the shots being fired and we learned about the suspect, but first over to rosemary orozco. we want to see how the fog is burning off or not burning off. some areas looking better. the inner east bay, concord starting out with some, clearing there, but the north may, along the pea a-- north bay along the peninsula, but not so much. here's a view from up above the clouds. we have blue skies, and you are right, we could be just about anywhere. we have got a lot of thick fog, and i believe this is trying in an attempt to give you a look at the golden gate bridge, and you can see some cars coming and going in and out of the fog, and the fog has swallowed up the bridge there, at least for the time being. the visibility in the north bay, very widespread, and from
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the coast, into the valley, talking santa rosa, and you're going to find it all the way down into areas like the areas over nevada, and then it will stretch over to the napa area, and visibility is even less than a quarter of a mile reported there at the airport. widespread, and you can see the dark gray there as well. along the peninsula, sfo reporting delays, down to a quarter of a mile visibility, and traveling along the area, san francisco, stretching past sfo, going to about san mateo, and then it's a little better. visibility at mountain view, reported at 7 miles. pacifica, half-moon bay this morning, and oakland, about the airport, along 580, 880, and you're going to find stretches of it, and sometimes it's more dangerous when it is just patchy in nature because it will hit you like a wall with a little warning, and temperatures this morning, they are barely beginning to
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rebound. 45 in livermore, 43 in nevada, and along the peninsula, upper 40s for redwood city, and you can see we are chillier this morning by a few degrees for most. several degrees for the inner east bay, but this afternoon, looking good. upper 60s for the east bay shore, and inland, san jose, going to 69. rain is in the forecast for the week ahead. several rounds coming our way. two storms i'm tracking, and that's in the extended forecast coming up. >> thank you, rosemary. the investigation continues into the shooting of the yountville veterans home that ended with four people dead. >> ali is live outside of the building where the veteran received treatment. >> reporter: good morning. we are outside of the front entrance to the veterans' home campus here in yountville. you see all flags are at half staff, and mourners have been coming by to drop off fresh bouquets of flowers and candles for the victims of the hostage situation on friday.
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the three victims will have a public memorial a week from tomorrow, and christine loeber, jennifer golick and jennifer gonzales all working at the pathway home. they helped veterans reintegrate into civilian life, and they worked with a lot of veterans suffering from p.s.t.d. albert wong sought treatment at the home in the past, and according to the couple who raised him, his legal guardians, he left pathways 2 weeks ago, and on friday he returned with a firearm, and he took the three women hostage. after a standoff lasting several hours, law enforcement agents found the women were shot and killed, and wong was dead from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. he was in the army reserves, deployed to afghanistan from april 2011 to march of the following year, and he was honorably discharged from the army shortly afterwards. we have reached tout a representative from pathways this morning to learn more about the time line possibly
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for reopening the building, and keep in mind, some of the people receiving treatment there lived on the site, and they had to move out because the building is closed for the investigation. we are waiting to hear back more information on that and also waiting to learn more details about the public memorial that will be held a week from tomorrow, march 19th. monday, march 19th, held, on we know the campus of the napa valley performing arts center here at the yountville veterans home. >> thank you, ali. >> thank you. it's 9:05, and the three women who die in the shooting are being remembered as loving, compassionate, and dead rated to helping veterans. dr.jennifer gonzales was an expert at ptsd and worked at both the san francisco v.a. and the pathway home in yountville. she helped to develop a program to help combat veterans work towards a college degree. she graduated from st. francis
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high school. she got married around this time last year, and she was 7 months pregnant when she was killed. a gofundme page has been set up to help pay for her funeral. as of this morning the page has raised over $75,000. >> dr. jennifer golick is being remembered as a talented therapist, loving wife, and the mother of an 8-year-old daughter. before working as a psychiatrist at the pathway home, she was a clinical director at meerwood. and her former colleagues say she was funny, smart, and very carrying. she discharged the gunman a week before the shooting. a gofundme page has also been set up for her family, and $23,000 has been raised. 48-year-old christine loeber is being remembered as a kind and compassionate woman to everyone. she was the executive director for the pathway home, and she was a yoga instructor at santa rosa, and the owner of the studio said she taught classes
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specifically designed to teach veterans how to use yoga to reduce their stress. >> she just had this way about her, and they would smile so easily, and everyone felt so comfortable and the ease around her, and i know with that attitude she had, bringing it to people with deep stress and stress trauma, and it's a great way to take the edge off and break the ice. >> before working at the pathway home, she worked at several other v.a. facilities in the area as well as boston. concord police say a man wanted for multiple felony charges was wounded in an officer-involved shooting just before 6:00 near clayton road. the suspect fled from a car following a traffic stop. officers fired on him after he threatened them with a weapon. the 40-year-old man was then rushed to the hospital. no word on his condition. police said he was wanted for a
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felony warrant for making terrorist threats, and several other charges. b.a.r.t. is looking to strengthen the police department in the latest response to the death of 28- year-old sahleem kimble -- timble who was shot and killed in january. recommendations include the citizen board that is meeting tomorrow, and they will hear public comments about the death during their meeting. the nationwide debate continues if teachers should carry guns, but in texas, it's a reality for some teachers. >> the state already has what they call the school marshal's program. more on the pistol training courses a group of teachers took over the weekend. >> i'm calling on congress to stop funding sanctuary cities so we can save american lives.
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this is it, folks. sunday funday. get out and enjoy it. a live look over the east bay,
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and that's a little haze. looking in the distance, and you may be able to see the low cloud cover there. around the bay, along the coast, thick fog this morning, and we are checking on the visibility for you, bringing afternoon highs coming up, and students across the country and right here in the bay area are preparing to protest in response to the deadly florida shooting. organizers are calling on students and staff to walk out of their classrooms on wednesday. dozens of walkouts have been organized for schools in the bay area including san francisco state, and berkeley high school. there's two other protests planned for the coming weeks calling for more gun control. bump stocks allow guns to fire in rapid succession like machine guns, but the new justice regulation would classify the bump stocks as a machine gun, and that is banned
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under federal laws. the nra is suing florida targeting part of the bill that raises the minimum age to buy a gun from 18 to 21, claiming it violates the 2nd and 14th amendments of the constitution, and they are now asking a judge to block the age restriction from taking effect. president trump taking aim at oakland mayor, libby schaaf once again, criticizing her for warning the public about i.c.e. raids. >> in oakland, you a mayor, and she told people that were going to be captured in a big raid, there's going to be a raid. you can't do it. you can't do that, folks. >> speaking at a rally yesterday in pennsylvania, the president called on congress to stop giving federal money to
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sanctuary cities across the country. >> sanctuary jurisdictions are the best friends of smugglers, gang members, drug dealers, human traffickers, killers, and other violent offenders. we want our cities to be sanctuaries for americans, not safe havens for criminals, and that's why i'm calling on congress to block the funds for jurisdictions that shield dangerous criminals. >> the president went on to say that every state is subject to the laws and constitution of the united states and california's status as a sanctuary state is in direct defiance of federal law. it's now 9:14, and this morning, china's parliament passed historic constitutional changes that abolish term limits, meaning china's current president can rule indefinitely. the changes were passed by china's annual sitting of the national people's congress, and out of almost 3,000 voters, only to two delegates voted against the change.
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three abstained. china has imposed a two-term limit on the president since the 1990s it reverses the decades of efforts in the country to prevent a dictatorship. it's now 9:15, and a shot of the golden gate bridge on my computer, and it's very, very foggy. >> yes, and there it is there. >> there it is. >> you ask for it, and you can see it. >> a nice lamp, though, isn't it? >> i'm loving the lamp, and it's cool how the cars disappear into the fog. you will be joined by this along the coast, around the bay this morning, and it's thick in spots, and that may just be the headline for some of us, at least under the roadways, and there's another view under the cloud cover, and we cannot get enough of this shot, almost like we have instantly gone to heaven. temperatures warming into the 60s, and a ridge of high pressure is in place. you see the curvature right there, and things are changing for the business week. the storm is moving in closer, and we will see two storms come
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our way. for today, starting out with the thick fog this morning, and a dry, mild afternoon, and do you spring forward? don't forget that. sun is setting at 7:15 later today, and into monday, really looking like monday night, most of monday will be dry, and tuesday, it's going to be a wet day, and it does trail off by wednesday, and anywhere from half an inch to an inch and a half, or maybe even a little more, storm number one, and the sierra storm will start off high, and dropping tuesday afternoon or tuesday night, and if you have travel plans to the sierra, be prepared for that. late wednesday into friday, and we could see another half an inch to an inch and half of rainfall in the bay area. in the sierra, the snow level s will continue to drop. as far as what is happening outside of our doors this morning, this is the issue. we have visibility issues at
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sfo, visibility down to half a mile there, and the dark shade of gray, stretching to the coast. even though half-moon bay does not have a reading, we can tell there's dense fog. you find it along highway 1, over the north bay, at the coast as well, stretching across to santa rosa, down along highway 101, around american cannon, and napa, the airport there, reporting visibility less than a quart over a mile. be prepared, it's out there this morning. the next hour or two, clearing out. upper 40s right now sfo and oakland. 45 in napa. the afternoon highs for today, partly cloudy, mostly clear skies. the upper 60s inland, 67 concord, and for the south bay, 69 for san jose and morgan hill, and your extended forecast, the temperatures, cooling down slightly, getting back to work on monday, and monday looks like it will be
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mainly dry, taking until sunset or so when the rain moves in, and it will only have to shift a little sooner to hit the afternoon drive. we will track that, and tuesday morning, looking like a wet one. a little bit of a break, and then storm number two coming in wednesday night. >> okay. >> okay, and attention commuters. >> sierras are looking -- >> they will get snow. right now the levels are high, but tuesday and wednesday, they will come back down. >> the skiers will love that. rosemary, thank you. a new scholarship program in colorado is helping more students attend college. >> daniela leon explains how the new taxes are helping a new generation of students go to school. >> reporter: with the help of weed, pueblo county students can now aim towards a higher education. pueblo county officials announcing their cannabis- funded college scholarship has tripled in funding, making it possible for a record number of
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students to go to college. >> it you want a college education, you either have to spend all your savings, or you have to die in debt to the constitutions. i think -- to the institutions. i think it should be easier to go to college. >> reporter: commissioner pace says $750,000 was raised for the fund this year, and the majority of the scholarship is funded by a 3% tax levied by the county on the wholesale transfer of marriage to distributors. the tax will increase 1% each year, capping off at 5 percent. >> we want to change the course of pueblo, making pueblo as economically thriving as the metropolis of colorado springs, and we have to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to a college education. >> reporter: the pueblo hispanic education foundation administers the pot scholarship. in the years past hundreds of
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students have gotten $2,000 each. >> it's important to not only help the students but also the families who are trying to pay to give the next generation the opportunity for success. >> reporter: it appears california's campaign to conserve water after 5 years of drought is quickly evaporating. >> a state water board report says the amount of water save in the urban areas has declined sharply in the last 8 months. the water use in the state is nearly back to where it was before the drought began. many people in california apparently forgot all about conserving water during last winter's relentless storms and floods. governor brown then declaring the drought emergency over in april. b.a.r.t. is working to install wifi on all trains and stations. >> the transit agency is looking for a partner to install the system in all new cars rolling out over the next few years. it's one of the most requested
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improvements from riders. b.a.r.t. is hoping to have a contract in place so installation can start this summer. >> muni is hoping to tap into the b.a.r.t. wifi where they share stations, and the smart train in the north bay has had wifi since its launch last year. coming up, communication is critical for first responders and victims in the first few days after a natural disaster. >> that becomes hard when cell towers are damaged or destroyed. we are talking about a solution that could save lives. a long-time rival of the 49ers will now be playing for the 49ers. more on the big signing of richard sherman, coming up. i'm john roberts, in for chris wallace this week on fox news sunday, they have traded insults and threats of war, and now the stage is set for direct talks with president trump and north korea's kim jong-un. we will discuss what is bringing both sides to the
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table for this unprecedented meeting and what is next with the cia director. president trump leaves wiggle room for allies in his new announcements of the tariffs on steel and aluminum elizabeth warren will make her first fox news sunday appearance. that's all this week on fox news sunday.
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well the annual shave-a- thon is happening this afternoon, and participants will cut off their hair to raise money for cancer children's research. it's in downtown martinez. this event video happened last year. proceeds go to the children's hospital, and they offer support to children going through chemotherapy. limping into the shark tank after two embarrassing losses, and the capitols got healthy in a hurry, shutting out san jose. that's one-timer, and off it
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goes. backstrom with the slapper, and that takes care of that, and top shelf, and that's all they need. philip had a big night, 24 saves, and the sharks 1 for 32 on the power play in their last 14 games, and not good. falling 2-0 to the capitols. richard sherman signed a contract to join the 49ers, released by the seahawks last week, and he. ed to go to a contender. it's a 3-year, $39 million deal. the signing fills a big hole for the team. they were looking for a shutdown cornerback. how about march madness? get your brackets ready today. selection sunday, 68 college hoop teams getting in, and the lone bay area team likely sitting on top of the bubble.
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that's st. mary's, and the gaels number 20 in the country. their west coast conference is considered weak out of gonzaga, and they didn't even make the finals. the gaels will wait, and they will hope and wait that the powers that will be will give them an at large bid. i think they are going to get in, but it's going to be close. sanford by the way, should get an n.i.t. bid, but cal is likely done for the year. president trump will get the military parade he wants, but there's a few conditions. we are following the latest developments in the tragedy in the yountville veterans home. ali will have a live report on the victims and the memorial being planned.
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lysol. what it takes to protect. slowly with flora and fauna creeping out of the foggy bay in the bay area. we are going to get there, but will take awhile. good to have you with us here on mornings on 2 on this sunday. i'm frank mallicoat. have. >> -- frank mallicoat. >> and i'm claudine wong. we are going over to rosemary orozco.
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you're watching different things happening? >> today, different from tomorrow, and getting into the rest of the week, we will see the rain and sierra snow. that's good news. afternoon today, going to feel and look good. widespread 60s on the way with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies, and at this hour, a different story for most of us, giving you a bird's eye view as we look down to the jacqueline area. san francisco at 50, and 44 for santa rosa, and 53 for san jose. a chilly start, especially if you're socked in by the fog, drizzle and mist also to go with it, and visibility is an issue, especially over the north bay, and it's remained widespread for most of the morning, and from the coast, napa valley, and you can see the visibility in the airport, and that's less than a quarter of a mile. a cuff go with an early morning commute, and the golden gate bridge, and we have been seeing
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the live shots there pretty much swallowed up the golden gate bridge, it's along the coastline here, and sfo down to half a mile. sfo has been reporting delays for the arriving flights an hour to an hour and a hard or so. you should be aware of that oakland, live shot from ktvu, and oakland, part of that looking like the second part of the day, a lot of sunshine, and temperatures warming up. hayward, upper 60s for today, and most of the east bay will. the north bay, 69 nevada, going to 64 in san francisco, and 68 expected in san jose as well. the rain and seay heir are --
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the rain and snow coming for the sierra, and that's just ahead. these are photos tweeted out by the vallejo fire department. they said the investigators are now on the scene to determine the cause of the big commercial fire. the investigation continues into the shooting at the yountville veterans home where four people died. >> ali rasmus is live where the gunman received treatment inside of the veteran center. good morning. >> reporter: at the front entrance of the veterans center here in yountville in napa county, you can see the flowers and candles that have been left in memorial of the three women who were shot and killed. the pathway home is a nonprofit
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helping post9/11, iraq, and afghan veterans reintegrate into civilian life. 36-year-old albert wong sought treatment there in the past, but the couple who raised him and are his legal guardians said he left 2 weeks ago. he returned on friday with a firearm and took the three women hostage. law enforcement entered the building and found the women were shot and killed and wong was dead from a self-inflicted gun shot wound. he was deployed to afghanistan from april 2011 to march of the following year, and he was honorably discharged from the army shortly afterwards. i just spoke to a representative from pathways, and we asked him about the time line for reopening the building, and the people receiving treatment in the building, and he says that it's undetermined how long the
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building will be closed, and they said after a tragedy you have to ask the question if people will even want to go back and live there. sounds like there's a possibility the building could be closed indefinitely. a public memorial will be happening a week from tomorrow. monday, march 19th at the theater here. it seats 1,000 people, but the representative from pathway said they are planning for overflow crowds because it's a public memorial. this incident has gotten a lot of attention, and a lot of people want to celebrate the lives of the three women who paid the great service to the veterans who sought treatment here. back to you guys. >> a lot of veterans i imagine will be showing up. thank you. the pathway home has also established a fund to provide direct support to the victims' families, donations can go to
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the 3 brave women fund on 709 franklin street in napa, california. 94559 is the zip code. there's gofundme pages for the families of the victims. a page for dr. jennifer gonzales raised $75,000 already. and the gofundme page for dr. jennifer golick has raised $23,000 so far. background on the veterans home founded in 1884 according to their facebook page and website, and the largest veterans home in the united states, and the facility houses about 1,000 elderly or disabled veterans, and they receive around-the-clock nursing care, meals, comprehensive activities, and the swimming pool, their own post office, and the pathway home is one of the many programs that is available on their campus. this morning a man is recovering after being attacked with a hatchet in oakland. it was on friday night at a
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homeless encampment. the two men know each other, and they were arguing when one man hit the other in the face with an ax. the 53-year-old victim was take tonight hospital and is expected to be okay. the 51-year-old suspect surrendered to police around 1:30 yesterday morning, arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. their names have not been released. a superintendent is in custody this morning, -- a suspect is in custody this morning, after holding the s.w.a.t. team at bay for 15 hours. investigators said the incident started on friday night when the suspect crashed during a police chase and ran into an apartment at a nearby complex, and the sheriff's department says he fired through the door of the apartment, and one officer was hit and the other was injured when he tried to pull his fellow officer to safety. >> we have got investigators standing by waiting to do interviews and conduct the investigation to get the details on how it occurred and why it occurred. >> police have identified the
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officer killed as 30-year-old gregory castillos. he joined the force 6 month the ago, leaving behind his wife and two small children. the injured officer underwent surgery yesterday and is expected to recover. some states are pondering if teachers should be armed to protect students, but a handful of states already have legislation to do so. in texas teachers and educators are getting training in active shooter protocol and firearms handling and safety. participanted said they embraced -- participants said they embraced the course, but they hope they don't have to use in the real world. >> i probably won't carry in the classroom if the district allows it, but it's better understanding how to use a firearm. >> i wanted to bring teachers and law enforcement together in our world. we are not the first ones on the active shooters now.
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they are. >> this was the owner's first time running the class. he said the officers involved in the training volunteered their time and expertise, and they hope to hold another class in the future. the course was free for any faculty member in the area. president trump is showing support for using the death penalty to punish drug dealers. it's one of the many topics he spoke about during a rally outside of pittsburgh pennsylvania. he there was for a gop congressional candidate. he said the only way to solve the drug problems is through toughens, and he aim at libby schaaf, and the planned meeting with kim jong-un. he said his 2020 slogan for reelection will be keep america great. in the meantime, president trump got a warm reception during the heart of steel country, appearing before
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supporters yesterday just days after announcing the landmark steel tariffs, and he says the new tariffs are part of a plan to support american workers, and the president acknowledged the tariff plan does have its critics. >> a lot of steel mills are now opening up because what i did. not all my friends on wall street love it, but we love it because we know what it does. >> the president's order places a 25% tariff on imported steel and 10% tariff on imported aluminum. canada and mexico are exempt from the order. steve bannon says he is not concerned about the white house staff turnover, and he left his role with the trump administration last summer, and he spoke at a far right gathering in france yesterday saying he believes it's natural to have turnover at the white house, and former chief strategist adding he believes president trump's biggest challenge now is battling
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globalism. >> i think president trump, remember, he didn't come from politics. he's a leader, and it takes, even the most experienced politician awhile to get his sea legs and right staff around him, and remember, had of us came from, not from politics, i had never been involved in politics in my entire life, and i think that's a natural turnover. >> steve bannon making several controversial comments at the same event, telling the far right group. the french national front party, let them call you racist, and wear it as a badge of honor. the pentagon has approved president trump's plan for a military parade. a recently-released pentagon memo says it will be on veterans' day in washington, dc. president trump was inspired after seeing france's celebration. there will be no tanks because they could damage the streets. last month the white house budget director told congress it could cost up to $30
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million. tonight fox will air the 2- hour special of o.j. simpson, the lost confession it involves the killing of his ex- wife and her friend on the night of june 12, 1994. it's a program you can see right here on ktvu channel 2, and it will start tonight at 8:00, and reporter adam hansley with a preview. >> i'm going to tell you the story you have never heard before. >> reporter: anticipation is building around the sunday night special o.j. simpson, the lost confession. >> i grabbed the knife. i do remember that. >> reporter: the show is featuring the never-aired 2006 interview with the football star, focusing on the murders of his ex-wife nicole and her friend ron goldman. simpson was tried and acquitted in 1995. >> not guilty of the crime of murder. >> i really felt he had zero self-awareness, zero understanding of his role in anything, like to the point, that it was shocking to me.
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he had so little awareness of his role in everything. >> not only does he talk about his ex-wife, and some of the things he says are really bizarre, but he just talks about that night, and the level of detail, and the way he frames it, it's really strange. >> reporter: christopher darden, who prosecuted simpson in 1994 says watching the interview for the first time was shocking. >> it made me angry, and it was painful. i think that people watching this tape are going to be affected. i think it will be difficult for people to walk away from this thinking or doubting o.j. simpson's guilt. >> reporter: the special will also include insight from an f.b.i. profiler. >> what was disconcerning to me
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is the inappropriate laughing he would have when he was talking about these interactions and even when he was describing hypothetically the murder, he would have times he laughed. >> he couches it in hypothetical terms, but he actually talks about things, details, that it's very rare for someone who didn't actually experience the event to actually have those details in their memory. >> it was horrible. it was absolutely horrible. >> reporter: in hollywood, fox news. 9:43. >> up next, scientists find a new kind of ice, never before been seen on earth. >> it's true. the discovery made indicates there could be much more water deep inside of our planet, and we will share that with you when we come back. ♪ ♪ my husband is probably going to think i'm crazy.
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the fog ahead to start your morning, and oh, oh, oh, what do i see there over san jose? the thinning out with the cloud cover. blue skies and sunshine for your afternoon today, already beginning to see that take place, and i will look at what you can expect for the afternoon as far as temperatures go, and i'm tracking two storms coming up. >> you can actually see san jose! >> yep! all right, well, scientists said they have discovered a new type of ice in diamonds, formed deep in the earth's crust it's more dense than regular ice, and they have never seen anything like it before on earth. the scientists said it will help them understand how much water is beneath the earth's crust. in the wake of last year's
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major weather events like hurricane harvey, hurricane irma, and hurricane maria, verizon is working to reconnect emergency officials and family members when cell towers are badly damaged. >> reporter: last years during harvey, irma, and maria, cellular providers found fixing the cell towers was difficult because of flooded roads and damaged infrastructure, and now verizon wireless is working to develop a drone to provide cell phone service to first responders and the public in the aftermath of a storm. it can fly for 10-16 hours, as high as 15,000 feet, carrying 4glte equipment, and once in the air, it's like a flying cell tower, providing service for up to 40 miles. >> the cell phones only last 24 to 48 hours tops with no power.
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if you can't get to them before their cell phones die, they can't make a call at all. with this, as soon as the storm passes, we put this in the air. >> reporter: we were there when they tested the drone in new jersey. the drone is designed to provide enough signals for phone calls, and in this test, 39 first responders and the public were able to connect to one drone simultaneously. 2017 was the costliest weather disaster year in u.s. history, and 2018 is expected to be intense for emergency responders as well. >> this is another tool on the tool box, and it seems to be the wave of the future, a big tool that emergency management can use nationwide. >> reporter: att and verizon said they expect to be flying routinely after the natural disasters within a year pending faa approval. >> i wonder how they planned those things. >> they have to come down. what goes up, right? >> they do, but the communication is still, i mean
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it's still an issue in puerto rico and still an issue in the hard-hit areas, and anything they can do to get us more prepared for the next one. >> that would work in a big way. weatherwise, the weekend is here. it's sunday, and we have a lot of fog and dew, and all kinds of stuff. this afternoon, sunny, temperature in the 60s, and some folks are approaching 70 for the second part of the day. dry and mild, and transitioning to the pattern for the business week. outside, yes, we woke up with clouds, drizzle, and the mist, and the thick fog, and it's taking its time to get out of the way. the beautiful view of the east bay, and a lot of sunshine over the inner eastway is going on this morning, and closer to the water, and it's thick. here's storm tracker 2, and a 3- hour time lapse, and you can see it's retreating and thinning out. next hour, looking better.
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and it's thick along the coastline. the north bay valley locations, and the coast is covered in dense fog this morning, as well as the oakland airport, sfo, and down along the peninsula, and it's clearing out nicely here as well. that's on the way, and we have a bridge in place for today, and you can see that curvature, right there over california, and right behind it, we have got a system, and not one, but two that will come our way, and they will bring us rain and sierra snow. for today, we will go partly cloudy for your afternoon and mild temperatures, and monday, we start out dry, and mostly cloudy. here's your monday morning commute. the rain is well way back in there, and monday night, right about sunset, because, remember, we spring forward, and i hope you did, too. sun is setting at 7:15. here's the look at 7:15 or so tomorrow. sunset, we have rain, moving into the bay area, and here's tuesday morning, and a wet drive, and tuesday afternoon, looking fairly wet, tuesday night, moving out, and the next
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storm will move in on wednesday. little breaks between, and for most of the week, monday and tuesday, and then late wednesday and thursday and friday, rain, off and on, and the sierra snow. tuesday afternoon, dropping below the pass, and wednesday and thursday, down to 3500 feet. if you have sierra travel plans, be prepared for that. you will experience the winter travel later in the week. temperatures outside right now, upper 40s for oakland, and for the afternoon, upper 60s. 66 in san francisco, 67 for concord, and the south bay, 69. 68 in mountainview, the temperatures coming down just slightly, and tomorrow is a transition day. we may not notice it in the morning, but by the late afternoon, here's the rain, and tuesday, looking to be fairly wet. get a break on wednesday, and the next storm moving through
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wednesday into thursday. >> these are decent? >> these are good rainmakers. 1-2inches for the first storm, and we may end up with 2-3 inches by the end of the week. >> that's measurable. >> yes it is. >> it may be a good day to stay in and watch basketball. the warriors are off to minnesota today. a rare matinee game, and golden state has won them both before, but once again, they are playing in shorthanded, without curry, among others. he's out with an ankle injury. tipoff set for 12:30 this afternoon. the national guard is going to be busy in dublin today. >> much more on the emergency response training being held and the local response agencies participating when we come back.
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is prohibited by the city charter. starting today in dublin, the national guard aviation units will work on emergency training. the interagency training includes units out of california, oklahoma, arizona, and colorado. the local civilian agencies participating in the training include the oakland and sacramento fire departments, sonoma police and other bay area counties. the purpose of the training is to strengthen the civilian and military coordination during incidents across northern california. the train willing be held at the u.s. army camps park through march 25th. the monterey county health department closed a state beach because the water may be contaminated it took effect this morning after health officials discovered sewage spilled into the monterey bay. the officials said the beach will be closed until the tests
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show the water is safe. you know, probably would be a chilly dip right now, and i don't know if you can see the bay as we speak. >> the beach? probably not. >> a lot of fog out there. >> that will change. nice will is coming our way this afternoon if you want to get out and enjoy it. we have been looking at this photo for most of the morning. >> looking very abstract. >> we have a lot of cloud cover out there but it's thinning out. i can see that with the satellite view, and we showed you that a little white ago. a nice view of the east bay hills, rolling greens, and it looks lovely. more rain on the way. get out and enjoy it. mid- to upper 60s with mostly sunny skies, and we will begin the transition tomorrow. starting out dry, and monday night, rain is moving in, and a rainy day on tuesday, and we will get a break on wednesday, but then another storm moving in wednesday night, into thursday, and then lingering into friday, and 1-3 inches of rain by the end of the week.
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>> a little bit of snow. >> in the sierras. >> we will take it. >> it looks like march is behaving as we hoped it would? >> as good as we could have asked for. >> after february, that's very bad. >> december and february both. >> no doubt. >> thank you for joining us this morning. tune in for the latest news developments here on ktvu or on ktvu.com. have a great day. >> see ya!
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>> john: i'm john roberts in for chris wallace. they have traded insults and threats of war. now the stage is set for direct talks between president trump and north korea's kim jong un. ♪ >> we will continue to apply maximum pressure until north korea abandons its nuclear program once and for all. >> john: we will discuss what's bringing both sides to the table for this unprecedented meeting and what it says about the president's approach to foreign diplomacy with cia director mike pompeo. then president trump leaves wiggle room for allies in his announcement of new tariffs for steel and aluminum. >> it's going to be very fair to other countries, especially those that treat as well. >> john: will discuss the impact on jobs

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