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good morning and welcome on this saturday, april 21st. >> happy weekend. more on the weather coming up. first, some of the headlines making news on this saturday. today, family and friends will gather to say a fair -- a final farewell to former first lady barbara bush. >> it will be as requested, a simple service. more on how she is being remembered and who will be in attendance. and reaction to north korea's announcement. what bay area congressman has to say about the latest development and what he says needs to happen next. are cell phone companies
making it harder for users to switch to a competitor. >> we will tell you what verizon and at&t are accused of doing and how the two companies are responding. those stories and more. first, let's get a look at a nice day in store. >> if you like yesterday, you will like today. warmer for saturday afternoon. 80s in the forecast for some. giving you a look outside the door, mostly clear skies. a little bit of log along the coastline. looking across san francisco and to the west. you can see a little on the backside. mostly sunny around the bay area. at the coast, partly cloudy. 45 degrees to start the day. santa rosa, 48. oakland, 45. many areas are a few degrees warmer. you get along the coastline and it is as cool as yesterday. fog and low clouds for most of the day yesterday. it is around half moon bay and a little further south -- and
moving toward santa cruz. right off the coastline there. partly cloudy for the coast today. temperatures will range from the upper 60s at the coast today. 69, san francisco. low to mid-70s for the east bay shore. 75, fremont. to the north bay, 80 degrees, santa rosa. low 80s, concord. 83, antioch. a bit toasty for some. the south bay, 80 degrees from morgan hill -- morgan hill. we hold on to this pattern for the back end of the weekend. a lot of sunshine, warm temperatures and in the extended forecast, a slight possibility of rain late in the week. i will have details on that and a look at the lake tahoe forecast coming up in a little bit. we are hearing reports that a bus collided with a motorcycle on the bay bridge. here is video of the crew going by that accident. this happened just after 6:00 this morning. the numbers three and four
lanes are closed. we will have more on that coming up. no word on how many people may be hurt. we will give you more updates as they become available. we are also following developing news coming from the announcement that north korea will suspend its nuclear missile test. this morning, china announced it is welcoming that decision. >> and while the pyongyang government gives no mention of giving up its nuclear program, international observers including a bay area lawmaker are seeing hopeful signs. more now from ktvu's money francis. >> the announcement came from north korea's official central news agency that kim jong-un ordered the suspension of chemical and nuclear missile tests and planned to close the testing site. the north korean dictator said he was pleased with the progress made last year to develop what he claimed as a nuclear warhead capable of reaching the u.s. mainland.
bay area congressman eric swalwell says if the promise from kim jong-un is sincere, it is a step toward denuclearization. >> hopefully, any further nuclear testing -- of course we want to make sure we can verify and monitor the activity. >> on twitter, president trump said north korea has agreed to suspend nuclear tests and close up a major test site. this is good news for north korea and the world. big progress he says. eric swalwell says he is reading for talks between president trump and kim jong-un to succeed. >> it is big progress that north korea is suspending its missile testing. of course it is something we want to verify. >> next week, kim jong-un is expected to meet with the south korean president ahead of what the white house says will be a
meeting between president trump and kim jong-un in may or june. but president trump said he would walk away if the talks were not looking constructive. monte francis, ktvu fox news. in san francisco, police are investigating a deadly shooting in the bayview district. >> several people shot. one person has died. we are live in san francisco. kristen, tell us what you know. >> reporter: san francisco police confirming that in all, six people were shot. one person dead. not a lot of details on that. let's show you some video we have from the scene earlier. this was on third street. police responded to the area around 11:00 friday night. there were initial reports that six people were shot. we have learned that one of those people is now dead. at this point, police do not have any suspect information. we do not know what led up to the shooting or who the victims are. we are hoping to learn more
about this shooting as the morning progresses. we are hoping to learn more from the captain at bayview station as the morning progresses. san francisco police confirming that six people were shot and one person dead in the bayview area overnight. back to you. today friends and family gather to say a finer -- a final farewell to former first lady barbara bush. she died tuesday at the age of 92 at her home in houston. >> she had been battling a chronic pulmonary disease and congestive heart failure. reporter carolyn shively has the latest and joins us live in houston with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. some 1500 people are expected for this private funeral, one that the bush family is calling a celebration of life. >> bill and hillary clinton, barack and michelle obama and first lady melania trump are a few of the invited guests. they will join friends and family for a final farewell to
the bush family matriarch. yesterday thousands of people showed up to pay respects at a public viewing. her husband of 73 years, president george h. w. bush, so moved by the turnout that he came out to greet them for a brief period. >> she was a tough lady. >> it was a very emotional time. >> reporter: the private service is expected to last about an hour and a half. the bush family will then motorcade about 100 miles away from mrs. bush's burial. that will be on the campus of texas a&m. the university that is also home to the george h. w. bush presidential library. the white house says president trump decided not to attend the funeral worried the security detail would be disruptive. reporting live in the -- reporting live, carolyn shively. u.s. justice department is looking into allegations of collusion by two wireless carriers. at&t and verizon are accused of trying to make it harder for customers to switch providers.
the justice department has spent months investing in claims that the two companies are working with a major industry group. they are accused of trying to restrict the new technology which would allow customers to move their phone number to a new carrier without having to remove the some card from their phone. at&t says it is cooperating with the investigation and verizon says "the accusations regarding this issue are much ado about nothing." the faa has issued an emergency directive ordering all airlines to conduct engine inspections following tuesday's deadly accident on the southwest flight. the faa said airplanes with more than 30,000 takeoffs must undergo inspections within 20 days. it is estimated 350 airplanes here in the united states -- earlier in the week, a woman died after she was partially sucked out of a broken window on a southwest flight. investigators say a fan blade in the engine suffered medal fatigue before breaking and causing the engine to fail, sending shrapnel into the plane. >> and southwest is taking
steps to come into the passengers on the flight. each person is set to receive a $5000 check along with a $1000 voucher for a future flight. as well as a letter of apology. the southwest chairman gary kelly says the money is intended to help cover any immediate needs. it is 7:09 a.m. coming up, calling for change. young people sending a message out about gun control. >> thousands of students around the country walked out of class on the anniversary of the columbine shooting. more on what berry protesters and civic leaders say needs to happen next. the comey memos have been released. what they reveal about the relationship between the president and the former fbi director. (sound of engine starting) ♪ ♪
warm-up for the afternoon today. some of us hitting the 80s. i will have a look at what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up. french president emmanuel macron is coming to the u.s. next week. he will arrive in washington on monday for a three-day state visit. he and president trump have formed a strong bond since the two leaders took office last year. they plan to discuss the iran nuclear agreement along with the syrian conflict. france joined the u.s. and england in airstrikes against syria following the suspected chemical weapons attack near damascus. in an interview with president emmanuel macron, fox news anchor chris wallace talked to him about his relationship with president trump. >> reporter: do you ever wonder if you will serve his full term? >> i never wonder -- i work with him because both of us are very much -- at the service of our country. >> you can see the full fox interview on ktvu 6:00 tomorrow morning. emmanuel macron says he has had more conversations with president trump than any other
leader. some call him president trump's bridge to europe. it is 7:12 a.m. the justice department released 50 pages of memos to congress yesterday, all detailing the conversations between president trump and the former fbi director james comey. the comey memos show how uncomfortable he was with many of the president's requests. the memos suggest that president trump was blurring the line between politics and law enforcement. according to comey's notes, the president had serious reservations about michael flynn. and taking it one step further reporting that the president was upset with flynn because he did not tell him about a call from russian leader vladimir putin congratulating trump on his win in the election. the democratic national committee is suing the trump campaign, russia and wiki leaks, claiming they conspired to help the republican nominee to win the 2016 election.
it is a 66 page document that was filed in federal court in new york yesterday. a claims the trump family worked with russia before the election to benefit from information gained in a cyber attack on the dnc. the democratic party says the conspiracy and the hacking heard their relationship with voters, disrupted the political convention and resulted in lower donations for the party's candidate, hillary clinton. when it comes to where they get their news on politics, two thirds of americans say they get at least some of it from social media. >> there was a conference at u.c. berkeley where experts across the country tackled the increasing influence of social sites and how people may confuse fake news with real journalism. >> reporter: there were no white house briefings friday. but still, president trump had 20 of public comments on twitter. a flurry of tweets about james comey, the dnc lawsuit and north korea. and retweeted thousands of
times in just minutes. >> it is a revolution almost like the revolution tv brought about several decades ago. >> the era of twitter and trump was a hot topic that drew nationwide experts to do you see berkeley political science conference. panelists addressed the social media role in the nation's increasing partisanship and decreasing trust of others. >> the biggest problem with american democracy now is the sense of polarization and party warfare. >> 67% of americans get at least some of their political news from social media. i am not talking about anything but facebook and twitter. >> some say president trump's use of social media has fueled grassroots politics on both side. >> he is very divisive and not afraid to say things that divide people. it is motivating not only his supporters but even more so, his opponents. >> scholars say social media empowers people to share their views directly with others but research also shows a strong tendency for voters to believe information that reinforces
their own views. and scholars say that companies and users themselves are not doing enough to ensure information they see this coming from real people and not automated bots. and that it is true, not fake. >> what i'm the most concerned about is that this begins to evolve into the realm of things like images and videos. >> videos such as the ones released wednesday by buzzfeed that appear to show former president obama. >> president trump is a total and complete -- you see, i would never say these things. at least not in the public address. but someone else would. someone like jordan peele. >> it would become harder and harder for voters to evaluate what is correct about the candidates that they have to make decisions about. >> this is a dangerous time. moving forward, we need to be more vigilant with what we trust from the internet. >> ktvu, fox two news. >> it is a brave world.
>> that was released by film director jordan peele this week. >> he digitally altered the footage and the sound, as a way to warn people about how easy it is to spread news that is fake online. >> if you saw that online, you would say, oh my god. there it is. so be aware. >> be aware of what is out there. >> that is a good one to show my kids. >> the sun is up and shining. temperatures will rebound heading into the next half hour or hour. as we get into the second part of the day, warming up as the warming trend continues. 60s along the coast. 70s around the bay. even a few 80s expected for the second half. here is a look at san francisco. to the west, swallowed up by
the marine layer of low clouds and fog. not as widespread this morning. it is patchy out there. today, going to be a warmer day. as we get into the afternoon, you will notice a lot of sunshine and temperatures in the low 80s. it could be a little toasty for some. 45 degrees at livermore right now. we step outside santa rosa and it is 44 outside the door. 50, san francisco. the south bay, 49 for san jose. temperatures will begin to climb into the next half hour. we should see a fairly rapid warm-up. i will show you that in a moment. 47, danville. 50, antioch. a bit of a chill for some. santa rosa, take a look at this. one of the cooler spots. by 8:00 or so, into the 50s. by 9:00, into the low 60s. a quick warm-up expected. by lunchtime, 74. upper 70s. 80 degrees for the afternoon height and santa rosa today. settling into about 6:00, 7:00, temperatures cool back into the 60s. the sun will set at about 7:45
p.m., 7:50 p.m. these days. a lot of sunshine on top. a look at the north bay. for the east bay, 83. antioch and 72 for oakland. we will see the oakland a's play later today. a gorgeous on for that. 69, san francisco. upper 60s, pacifica. santa cruz, sunny and 75. it will be nice there. have any nine, san jose. 80 degrees from morgan hill. if you are thinking about going to the sierra, dry as well. a chilly start. temperatures right about freezing. and just about. into the afternoon, mostly sunny skies. low 60s in the forecast today as well as tomorrow. the extended forecast showing you temperatures very similar tomorrow. even a tad warmer for some. we do have a system that will drop in and not bring us any rain. it will cool us down just a bit. mid to upper 70s in the forecast monday, tuesday, wednesday.
and looking dry throughout. >> i will give you some applause on that. >> it will be nice. >> thank you, rosemary. he is considered a pioneer of the contemporary electronic dance moves. >> what we are learning about the dj and producer avicii. and should tackle football be banned for children under the age of 12? we will tell you what advocates are doing this weekend in sacramento to make it a reality.
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a governor for all of california. students in the south they are meeting with community leaders to push for tougher gun laws. there was a town hall meeting friday to talk about gun control. they then marched to the morgan hill city hall. students urged city and county officials along with the school board to talk about safety in the classroom. this was part of a larger day of action marking the 19th
anniversary marking the columbine high school massacre. >> from coast-to-coast, tens of thousands of students walked out of class and called for tougher restrictions on guns. we followed some of the rallies right here in the bay area. >> showing a unified front, hundreds of students from the san francisco unified school district marched down market street. they didn't gather at the san francisco civic center -- they went to gather at the san francisco civic center for a message. >> at the anniversary of the columbine mass shooting in colorado which killed 12 students and teacher, marches like these took place nationwide as the students renewed calls for tougher gun legislation. >> i think it is insane that people are bringing semi automatic weapons like a are fifteens into schools and shooting up the school. >> at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida where a gunman killed 17 people two months ago, students held a moment of silence. meanwhile, in danville, people invited civic leaders and
residents to recognize 19 years after columbine and five years after sandy hook, school shootings continue and more than 100 gun control bills introduced in washington have failed. >> we need to be on the frontlines and making sure we have strong gun violence protection laws. so when they fail in washington, we are here to protect the kids. >> students at san ramon valley high school held on campus rallies leaving some here impressed with the movement. >> it is baffling to me that sandy hook occurred and we did not see this kind of movement. but here we are now. i think what has changed is that -- like myself, people are sitting back and saying, what is happening and why are we here? why did it take this long? >> for many of the students who were not even alive when the columbine massacre took place, demonstrations like this are becoming the norm until common sense gun legislation is passed and they are hoping that lawmakers are listening.
ktvu news. >> opponents -- . opponents of a bill that would ban tackle football for kids under 12 is at the state capitol. they are citing numerous studies showing that kids between 7-12 are at a significantly greater risk for neurological problems later in life if they play tackle football. others say the bill infringes on their rights to decide what sports their children can take part in. >> i don't think these individuals who have written these bills have ever reached out to the youth football community to see what safety standards have been put in effect. >> i feel like i am outlawing apple pie and california. but i feel like more and more parents, doctors, researchers, nfl legends think -- you know what, maybe it does not make sense for our youngest kids to strap on a helmet and bang and hit their head. >> that bill will be
considered by an assembly committee in a couple weeks. if the legislation passes, the ban would take effect in the year 2020. a suspect is that after leading authorities on a high- speed chase. >> hard to tell from chopper video but the back window of the suspect's car was blown out. the pursuit began friday afternoon in nevada county. the chase ended in the community of forest hill in placer county. the suspect on the wrong side of the road reached speeds of 80 miles an hour during the pursuit. investigators say he rammed a patrol vehicle. officers eventually were able to force the suspect's car off the roadway. two officers later fired guns and killed him. no official word on what led to the shooting. changing the controversial nickname and mascot. >> a high school has been ordered to find a new name and a new logo. how much time they have and what happens next. next.
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laura bush and hillary clinton among the expected guests. we will follow this and bring you live reports all morning long. in the meantime, good morning. nearly 7:30 a.m. on your saturday. it to have you with us. >> good to be with you. let's get you over to a quick look at the weather. rosemary has a really nice day. now starting to feel like summer again. >> a summertime pattern setting up with some coastal fog. all on the bay area, a lot of sunshine. this afternoon, partly cloudy at the coast. not as organized as yesterday morning along the coast. that is good news for folks hoping for the sunshine. a little hazy out there. temperatures in the 40s, 50s and climbing fairly fast trip we have the storm tracker showing you that it is a dry one out there. there it is along the coastline.
broken up just a bit. you get into areas like santa cruz. right off the coast. earlier on, it was south of half moon bay. we will continue to track that. partly cloudy at the coast today. mostly sunny elsewhere. 44 right now santa rosa. 50 degrees, san francisco. 45, livermore. 49 for san jose. afternoon highs look like this. upper 60s, pacifica. 69, san francisco. upper 70s, redwood city. mid-70s, fremont. who will hit 80 degrees? morgan hill and the south bay. 80, santa rosa. 82, the afternoon high in antioch. seeing the a's play, 72 for the afternoon high. 67 degrees at gametime. a west wind at 10 miles an hour under mostly sunny skies. a beautiful day there at the coliseum. as we get to the back end of the weekend, temperatures won't change a lot. we may warm-up for some. in the extended forecast, it is a dry one. i will have details on that
coming up in a bit. san francisco police are investigating a deadly shooting in the city's bayview district. >> several people are shot. one person has died. we are live in san francisco with the very latest. christian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are hearing from police. they are confirming that multiple victims shot one person dead. a police source has told us at least one of the victims in this case did not wait for an ambulance who were transported to the hospital. either by a friend or family member or somebody else. not waiting for an ambulance. that may have been the one we are hearing who actually died as a result of the shooting. we have video of the scene overnight. this -- the shooting unfolded near third street. police responded around 11:00 friday night. originally we heard six people were shot. we have learned one of those
people died from injuries. at this point, police say they do not have any suspect information. we do not know what led up to the shooting or who the victims are. at this point, we are working to try to learn more about the victims and learn more about the shooting. and learn more about the suspects in the case. when we get that information, we will pass that on to you. >> we will check in and a bit. thank you. a massive cleanup at golden gate park on hippie hill. >> a bit of a party there. we will explain why this year's event was more significant than years past. >> reporter: san francisco police say they launched saturation patrol this friday night looking for drivers under the influence of alcohol and drugs. >> officers say the crackdown started before the 4/20 celebration at golden gate park . >> people held up their cell phones to capture the moment they inhaled and exhaled. this event is the first since the sale of met -- of recreational marijuana became
legal. police said the stigma of its use, now gone, changes the vibe of the gathering. >> come join us and have a good time. smoke weed. all good. >> some who have, the years passed, attribute this to new acceptance. >> a lot of people that would not have come out, came out. you are not so in the closet. >> hippie hill, 2018. >> these self-described marijuana enthusiasts say they experience a euphoria and a convention with strangers at this gathering. >> marijuana is a gateway drug of friendship. if you let it. if you are one with nature. >> shortly before 4:20 p.m., some people fell ill, the crowd was thicker than the smoke. a fire department rescue captain said first responders had to elbow their wait in. 12 people were taken to the hospital. most suffering from drug
related respiratory problems. half of -- have a dozen people were given narcan. city officials said they added resources to the event including first responders and security. >> it is really chill this year. i think people realize that if we mess this up, then it will be finished. i think a lot of people respect that. >> many did show respect. some voluntarily picked up trash left by others. city workers and neighborhood groups also moved in to help. at golden gate park in san francisco, amberly, ktvu fox two news. and an investigation is underway into a deadly crash late last night in vallejo. it was reported at 11:15 p.m. at westbound interstate 780 at the glen cove road offramp. chp says the crash involved a big rig and at least one other vehicle. one person was killed in the accident. all westbound lanes of the interstate were closed for several hours overnight and an alert was issued. a number of complaints
about electric scooters in san francisco has gone up. according to the examiner, more people called to complain about scooters after the board of supervisors voted earlier this week to approve the idea of regulating. scooter companies say they help to take cars off the city's crowded streets. but some people have complained that people on scooters go too fast, travel on sidewalks and block the sidewalks. supervisors are expected to vote again on a possible regulation next week. the city's municipal transportation agency will then work out the details from there. scooter regulations could be in place by next month. >> more information is coming out about a fiery crash that involves a runaway dump truck that was hauling debris from the north bay wildfires. seven people were hurt in the february crash. a chp report concluded that the vehicle was overweight and that only five of eight brakes were working at the time. however, a contractor involved
in the accident was disputing this. they said the amount of the debris in the truck was under legal guidelines. commuters that use the richmond bridge are getting much-needed relief. a third eastbound lane on the bridge open yesterday afternoon for the first time. it will be open daily during peak hours between 2:00 in the afternoon and 7:00 in the evening. the next step is to turn the upper deck shoulder heading into westbound, in the westbound direction -- into a bicycle and pedestrian lane. >> someday, we are going to see it all. i will tell you what. there is nothing more fun than seeing the impossible become the possible. >> caltrans converted the shoulder into a third line. and a red x will appear and serve as a shoulder for cowtown -- caltrans crews. and a mascot of the
indians was given to the napa school. the district said they have to find a new name and logo by next february. administered east -- administrators telling the napa valley register that they will form a committee that will consist of students, teachers, alumni and community members. they said they will take all the suggestions for new nicknames and whittle them down for napa high school students to ultimately make the final vote. a second advisory committee will work to retire the indian name with honor. a first of its kind event is being held in san mateo county the second to help people find missing loved ones and crack unsolved cases. people with missing family members can submit their dna and photographs of the person they are looking for. that is being held by the san mateo county coroner's office from 9:00 this morning until 3:00 this afternoon at 50 tower road in san mateo. members of the public can also learn more about unidentified persons cases. in san mateo county alone, there are about 440 active missing person cases and 80
since of unidentified human remains. if you are looking to spend the weekend outdoors, why not head to a national park? because today it is free admission. a special deal marking the start of national park week. parks like yosemite and alcatraz will be free of charge. admission to national parks will also be free on national public land day september 22nd. again, on veterans day on november 11th as well. >> and earth day is tomorrow. a day to highlight ways you can protect and preserve the environment. earth day is celebrated in nearly 200 countries. there will be plenty of clean up events at bay area parks, and beaches. this year's earth day aims to raise awareness about plastic pollution around the world. coming up, it has been called the largest infestation officials have seen in nearly two decades. >> more on the caterpillars taking over several parks in
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happy saturday. giving you a live look from san francisco across the bay. starting off with sunshine. partly cloudy at the coast. warming temperatures for the bay area weekend. i will have a look at what you can expect coming up. following the controversy at a starbucks in philadelphia, the chain is apologizing for a
racial incident of its own. two african-american men recorded a conversation with workers at la fitness in new jersey. >> i've got my membership right here. they scanned it. they scanned it again. no reason. i have been a membership here for at least eight years. >> the man that posted the video says the gym employees accused him and his friend, who is a valid member, of not paying to work out there. gym members then called police. la fitness says a front desk employee was confused about the membership and says the staff unnecessarily escalated the situation. they have apologized. this incident comes after a starbucks manager in philadelphia called police on two african-american men who were in the cafi waiting for a friend. on to sports. the oakland a's got a look at
the hottest team in baseball. that would be the red sox. they discovered they looked pretty good. a final of 7-3. and lowery cannot be stopped are going four, for five in the game. including two doubles. he is a machine. they are up 3-0 after one. and then crushing this fall out to second. a 3-1 bomb. soon -- suddenly we are tied at three. and then game over. all coming home. mitch moreland -- a grand slam. the red sox have five grand slams the season. they were win 7-3. boston 17-to -- 17-2. and the oakland a's are on again tonight at 7:00. >> better news for the giants. they were launching baseballs at anaheim. the cuddly going deep. 1-0 giants. and then the new kid, his second at-bat say hello to mack williamson. >> forget about it.
it is gone. >> that is a three run for him. >> and andrew mccutchen joining the party with a three run shot of his own. the giants all over the angels. 8-1. and the niners gearing up for the nfl draft. several players provided a memorable express last night for a group of children with severe illnesses. >> the 49ers attended the prom at ucf. players like george kittle traded in their cleats and jerseys and put on a pair of loafers and some sharp looking suits. they danced and dined with more than 200 teams, patients, parents and friends at the hospital. >> there are a lot of great people. great kids and parents as well. we were excited to meet them. we met some kids that design
their own clothing and play instruments. >> organizers say the prom gives these teenagers a magical night that they would not think would be possible due to their health challenges. >> how much fun as that. a programming reminder. you can see the first three rounds of the nfl draft right here on ktvu. that is next thursday and friday beginning at 5:00 p.m. the 49ers have the ninth pick in the first run. and the raiders have the tenth pick. they actually had to flip a coin to figure it out. >> see who gets the first pick. >> we will be watching closely. it is 7:46 a.m. time to talk about this weekend's forecast. >> how about the forecast. >> beautiful. >> it will be nice on. temperatures warming up.
80s in the forecast for some of the warmer locations. a lot of 70s. 60s at the coast. partly cloudy skies. there is a look from san francisco. the sun is up and shining. we will have plenty of sunshine to go around for the afternoon today. if you are going to the oakland a's game, it will be nice. have some sunblock. you will needed at the coliseum. maybe some tailgating. the numbers coming in a bit. how about what we can expect for the weekend. temperatures will be warming. upper 60s at the coast, to the low 80s for inland communities. some patchy fog this morning. a little hazy skies across the bay. some fog along the coastline. starting with partly cloudy skies south of half moon bay. it looks like it is breaking up pretty good. mostly sunny over areas of pacifica. half moon bay as well. will at the airport at 46. 50, san francisco. a chilly start for santa rosa at 44. east bay, 45 in livermore. for the south bay, 49 for san jose as well as fremont. along the peninsula, 49, belmont. 50, san mateo. at 8:00, 9:00, things turn on.
take a look at what we are respecting for hayward. along with the east bay shore, we can include berkeley and san leandro and oakland. everybody in here. we have temperatures, by 9:00, hitting 60 degrees. and then low to mid-60s as we get into the second part of the morning. by lunchtime, nearing 70 degrees. then low 70s for the afternoon today. temperatures will fly just a bit around the dinner hour. sun sets about 7:50 p.m. or so. 80 -- 80 degrees for santa rosa today. low 70s for berkeley. 69, san francisco. 67, pacifica. 83, brentwood. how about the south bay. more of the same. upper 70s and low 80s as well. 79, san jose. 75, santa cruz. going to tahoe, it will be nice. temperatures in the low 60s for the afternoon. you will need a winter coat for the overnight hours. starting out in the 30s this morning as well as tomorrow. mostly sunny and dry weather in
tahoe. here is a look at the extended forecast. temperatures just as nice for tomorrow. perhaps a tad bit warmer before we slide just a bit getting into monday, tuesday and wednesday. still gorgeous out there. mostly sunny skies. and feeling a lot like spring and almost summer. >> the fog was back. beautiful here. you get to pacifica and you say -- ohno. >> it happens that way. >> thank you so much. let's talk about caterpillars. they have taken over seven -- several parts of mountain view. the largest infestation and decades. hundreds of caterpillars dangling from the trees, on the garbage cans, on the slides on the swings. many parks are especially infested. apparently the warm temperatures we saw in february caused the caterpillars to hatch early before the city's first application of insecticide could take affect.
and the infestation has been driving some people away from the parks. >> i have never seen so many caterpillars ever. >> i think they are gross. when we first came out and saw them, they were just like all over the garbage cans and trees. you walk and they fall in your hair. >> falling on your hair -- that is not good. >> city crews have posed down the trees. they have sprayed some parks with an excited side to manage the infestation -- insecticide to manage the infestation. the caterpillars do not pose any health risk but the hair on their bodies can irritate the skin rest -- skin or cause a rash. they will likely be around until mid-spring. after that, people should expect to see a lot of months. the annual gray whale migration underway. getting a look at some of the biggest predators in the ocean taking full advantage. monterey whale watching
captured this video of killer whales attacking and feeding on a gray will calf along the monterey shoreline. marine biologist say several organs separated the calf from its mother who was unable to protect it. the video was taken on wednesday. the whale watch company says there was another killer whale attack on a gray will calf just the day before. 7:51 a.m. remembering prince. written -- and paying tribute to the music icon.
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we were told he drank heavily. avicii won two mtv be -- mtv music awards and won two grammy nominations. his hits include "wake me up" and more. a florida man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into taylor's a's home. police say 22-year-old roger alvarado broke into taylor's look's home. they said he took a shower and was found sleeping in taylor swift's bed. must become a man was arrested outside of her beverly hills home. police say he had a knife, a rope and ammunition. on april 8, another man was arrested trying to scale a wall at the same property. taylor swift was not home during any of these incidents. actor michael to -- actor michael j. fox resting comfortably after recovering
from spinal surgery. we are told it is not related to his parkinson's disease. a spokeswoman refused to discuss the surgery details but says fox is feeling great and looking forward to playing golf this summer. michael j. fox did have to cancel an appearance next weekend at an entertainment expo in canada. he started numerous television programs as the back to the future franchises. he is appearing on a tv show called "designated survivor." >> and today marks the second anniversary of the death of prince. we are paying tribute to the late popstar. a physician's assistant is paying tribute. she opened a sensor to help others who are part of the nation's opioid epidemic. >> doing this, i feel like i am not only saving lives, but i
am honoring a man that did so much for others and that is why i have to do this under the umbrella of his name. >> all of the patients at the purpled of are offered a drug that can wean addicts off of what they are craving for good by blocking receptors that produce the euphoria of taking opioids. meanwhile, pop singer ariana grande has released a new song. >> it is the first that she has released since the 2017 terrorist attack during her concert in the uk. she posted this video of "know -- no tears left to cry." it is an emotional song inspired by the terrorist attack that killed 22 and injured more than 500 at the manchester arena. ariana grande suspended her to her after the attack.
♪ [ singing ] . next, the faa issued an emergency directive. >> more on what the agency is telling all airlines to do in the wake of the deadly accident on a southwest flight. and china reacting to north korea's decision to suspend its nuclear and missile tests. more and what the country is saying. and what one bay area lawmaker is now saying. to move california forward, we need to help more californians get ahead. that's why antonio villaraigosa brought both parties together to balance the state budget with record investments in public schools... and new career training programs. as mayor of la, he brought police and residents together to get illegal guns off the streets -
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>> happy saturday. happy weekend. more on your forecast which is terrific. first, some of the headlines on this saturday. the 4/20 celebration has come and gone in san francisco. now all the cleanup. >> unlike in years past, hippie hill, nearly spotless this morning. we will tell you what organizers did to make sure what was left behind found a trashcan. and the faa has issued a blanket order that airplanes with 30,000 takeoffs must undergo mandatory meant -- mandatory engine inspections. >> what prompted that order and how many airplanes will be affected. and the world saying goodbye to former first lady barbara bush. >> she passed away at the age of 92. we will talk about who will attend the service today and why president trump decided not to go to the funeral. first, let's head over to rosemary for a check of the forecast. and the weekend forecast.
i just don't know who will complain about this one. >> we are all smiles. we do have a lot of sunshine. we have warmer temperatures coming our way. for some, 80s and the forecast for the afternoon. hopefully you are looking forward to a warm-up. that is what is to come with more on the back end of the weekend as well. a view from san francisco looking across the bay. a little fog this morning. a little hazy. and then it looks a little bit like summer. it will feel like summer for some as well. 60s at the coast. 80s inland. let's take a look at the storm tracker. getting some fog out there. not as thick or as extended as it was yesterday. all the way into monterey, you can see we are looking at partly cloudy and patchy fog this morning. 49 degrees at half moon bay. a cool start there. 53, san francisco. upper 40s to start the day in santa rosa. livermore, 50.
for the south bay, 53 in san jose. afternoon highs today, quite nice. upper 50s, pacifica. 69, san francisco. low 70s for the east bay shore. oakland, through hayward, and a little warmer for fremont. 80, morgan hill. 80, santa rosa. 78, map -- 78, napa. some wine tasting kind weather. 82, concord. 83, antioch. the afternoon high in oakland will be 72. if you are going to see the a's play, temperatures will begin to cool. 67 degrees expected and a west breeze at 10. and under mostly clear skies. temperatures are very similar for the bay area sunday. details on what you can expect as we go into the extended forecast coming up. san francisco police are best to getting a deadly shooting in the bayview district. >> several people were shot. at least one person died. ktvu has more on that. good morning, christian. >> reporter: police are confirming five people were shot. one person died.
in all, six people shot in the bayview area last night. police telling us at least one of the victims was transported on their own. not waiting for an ambulance, to an area hospital. we are told that may have been the person that died. we have video to show you what the scene looked like overnight. the shooting unfolded in the vicinity of third street. police responded to the area around 11:00 friday night. there were initial reports that six people were shot. one of them died from injuries. at this point, police do not have any suspect information. we do not know what led up to the shooting or who the victims are. police in san francisco say they are -- they are needing community help. they are asking anybody that knows anything to share the information with investigators. there are still a lot of outstanding questions about not just the victims in the case but who else was involved in the shooting.
we are hoping to learn more information about that as the morning progresses. today, the world are members the life and legacy of former first lady barbara bush. it will be as mrs. bush requested, a simple service. >> reporter caroline shively joins us live in houston with the latest on that service. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. at this hour, a vip reception has just begun. dealing with some of the former first families. 1500 people are expected to gather here one hour from now when the funeral begins. the bush family is calling this a celebration of her life. >> bill and hillary clinton, barack and michelle obama and first lady melania trump are just a few of the invited guests. they will join friends and family for a final farewell to the bush family matriarch. yesterday, thousands of people showed up to pay their respects at a public viewing. her husband of 73 years, president george h. w. bush, so moved by the turnout, he came to greet -- to greet them for a brief period. >> it was a very emotional
time. >> the private service today is expected to last about an hour and a half. the bush family will then motorcade about 100 miles away for mrs. bush's burial. that will be on the campus of texas a&m, the texas a&m, the university that is also the home to the george w. bush presidential library. the white house says president trump is not attending today. he was worried about security detail saying that it could have been disruptive. back to you. >> thank you so much. caroline shively reporting live. we will check more on that coming up. there are more signs of the major breakthrough involving nuclear tensions on the korean peninsula. this comes days before a summit next week between north korea's kim jong-un and the south korean president. the diplomatic push comes after north korea unleashed tests.
congressman eric swalwell says he is reading for talks between kim jong-un and president trump to succeed in. >> if he can show prepared and demonstrate a willingness to listen and understand the needs of the regime and what they are willing and not willing to do, we might be able to solve this crisis. >> president trump says he will meet with kim jong-un possibly next month or in june. however president trump says he will also walk away if the talks are not constructive. a record crowd of 20,000 people attended this year's 4/20 celebration at -- at san francisco's golden gate park. [ cheering ] [ applause ] >> people packing into hippie hill. they held up their cell phones to capture the moments as they all inhaled and exhaled at exactly 4/20. this is the first event since the sale of recreational marijuana became legal in the state. people said the stigma now
changes the vibe of the gathering. and may be the reason for the increase attendance. >> shortly before 4:20 p.m., numerous people had to be taken to the hospital. most suffering from drug- related respiratory problems. a half of a dozen people were given narcan to counteract the drugs he ingested. city officials say the added resources including first responders and security as well were helpful. volunteer groups also contributed to the cleanup which left hippie hill spotless , just 90 minutes after organizers turn off the music. the u.s. justice department is looking into allegations of collusion by two
the nation's largest wireless carriers. at&t and verizon are accused of trying to make it harder for customers to switch providers. the justice department said they have spent months of us getting claims that the two companies are working with a major industry group and they are accused of trying to restrict a new technology which would allow customers to move their phone number to a new carrier without having to remove the sim card from their phone. at&t says it is cooperating with the investigation. verizon says "the accusations regarding this issue are much ado about nothing." federal aviation administration issued an emergency directive ordering all airlines to conduct engine expection -- injun inspections following the deadly accident last tuesday on southwest airlines. the faa says airplanes must undergo infections within 20 days. this affects an estimated 350 airplanes here in the united states. earlier this week, a woman died after she was partially sucked out of the broken window of a
southwest flight. investigators say a fan blade in the engine suffered medal fatigue before it broke and cause the engine to fail, sending shrapnel back into the plane. >> southwest is also making steps to, say the passengers. each person is set to receive a $5000 check along with a $1000 voucher for a future flight and a letter of apology. the southwest chairman gary kelly says the money is intended to help cover any immediate needs. coming up next, and activist is blocked from entering the united states. >> why he was -- why he believes he was denied entry and what he claims homeland security officers asked him. and activists working to promote peace in their city. after four deadly shootings in the last few weeks.
forecast. i have a feeling folks will be on the go. partly cloudy at the coast. temperatures are warming as we get into the afternoon today and tomorrow. activists in richmond are trying to promote peace within the city following a recent act of violence. police are best getting the fourth deadly shooting in the city in the past two weeks. they had gone four months without a homicide. the latest happen thursday night when a 21-year-old pittsburgh man was killed. he was shot multiple times at a parking lot on carlson boulevard near interstate 580. the community group "cease-fire richmond" is working to end gun violence in the city. >> you have children running around scared. they don't know if gunshots will break out. the kids hate to leave their home. we want to tell them, it is okay. >> cease-fire richmond will hold a community outreach event today with residents and police. the group is also planning to
go to schools and talk to students about gun violence. richmond police do not know if the shooting is related to the other homicides in the city this year. but investigators say the first two homicide gang-related. police in berkeley are searching for an armed man that sexually assaulted a teenage girl around 11:00 thursday morning when the high school age girl was walking on addison near sacramento street. police say the suspect grabbed her from behind, covered her mouth and pressed a gun to her side. he walked her into the side yard of a home where the assault took place. police are asking people in the area to review any surveillance video from their homes. police are best getting a case of indecent exposure in a library. officers got a call last friday afternoon about a man standing near some book rex who was exposing himself at the milpitas library on north main street. they said when he realized he was being watched, he left the building and was last seen walking toward the parking lot. he is described as 5 feet, 10
inches tall and was wearing a dark colored button up shirt and a dark colored best with glasses and dark-colored shoes. anyone with information is asked to call the police to permit. a filipino activist who was blocked from entering the united states earlier this week is telling his side of the story in a news conference out of the philippines last night. he spoke about his detainment at sfo. he had planned to speak on human rights abuses in the philippines. but he was denied entry because of an apparent problem with his visa. he says he was interrogated for more than 24 hours by men who appeared to be homeland security officers. he says they asked him if he was a terrorist and friend to shoot him. customs officials would not discuss the case but they say there are many reasons why they can deny someone from entering the u.s. three men are under arrest in the north bay accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of copper wire. yesterday, 50-year-old michael hayes, 53-year-old terry garrison and 58-year-old mark -- face vandalism, burglary and
receiving stolen property charges. santa rosa police arrested the trio at the old center hospital at about 7:00 yesterday morning. one suspect was driving a pickup truck with $3600 worth of copper wiring in the back of it. officers so they found the other two suspects on the hospital grounds nearby with tools that they apparently used to cut the wires. the hospital closed four years ago and it has been vacant ever since. a woman is behind bars after allegedly driving drunk and hitting a man in a walmart parking lot. public safety officers say this woman, 58-year-old kathy barilla was arrested thursday just before 6:00 p.m. witnesses telling officers she backed into a 66-year-old man in the parking lot, possibly drove over him. barilla was allegedly seen acting erratic before getting into your car. the victim was taken to a hospital suffering serious injuries. it is 8:16 a.m. trying to -- time to head
over to rosemary for a look at when things will warm-up. >> hot in some places. >> 88 degrees in some areas. that is a hot day. >> for most of us, it will feel pretty good. temperatures in the 70s around the bay. around the coast, 60s and 70s there. a look at san francisco where we have a hazy sky to start the morning. a little fog out there. a little low cloud cover along the coastline. but it is not as extended as it was yesterday. it looks like we will be partly cloudy to mostly clear for the coast as well getting into saturday. warming up today. temperatures ranging from the upper 60s to the low 80s inland. upper 60s would be at the coast. mild around the bay. a lot of 70s expected. right now, 50 degrees in livermore. 53, napa. santa rosa, trailing behind a bit.
49 outside there. 50, san francisco as well as half moon bay. 54, mountain view. 53, san jose. checking in the inner east bay, upper 40s, lafayette. 50 degrees, elmo. 52, danville. 55, antioch. areas that started in the 40s are already beginning to see a rebound. a look at what you can expect for santa rosa into the afternoon today. temperatures will be in the low 60s by about 9:00 or so. this is after starting in the 40s this morning. and by lunchtime, 74 expected. upper 70s to near 80 degrees for the second half of the day. a beautiful day for you there. and a beautiful day around the north bay. take a look at napa. 78 for the afternoon. 76, for san rafael. upper 60s, san francisco. low 70s, hayward. mid to upper 70s the further inland you go. areas like livermore, 79. 83, the afternoon high for antioch. south bay, 79 expected for san jose. for the peninsula, a gorgeous day. 74. the afternoon high in san mateo, a few more numbers.
75 for alejo. morgan hill, 80 degrees. 84, gilroy. 75, the afternoon high in santa cruz. for folks going to tahoe this weekend, it will be sunny and dry. low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. check out the overnight lows. still in the 30s. near freezing to start the day. as we get into the afternoon, feeling more comfortable. a look at the extended forecast. temperatures are just as nice tomorrow. just a tad warmer for some. getting into monday, tuesday and, we cool off a bit. not by much. upper 70s remaining in the forecast for the extended with dry weather throughout as well. >> so no spring. going right to summer. >> it will feel pretty good. >> thank you so much. a puppy in wisconsin born deaf is learning sign language. >> this is a smart dog. 11-month-old samson already knows a few basic commands. his foster family is teaching him sign language to give him a better chance at finding a forever home. there he is.
the dog is looking for a loving and very patient family. >> they will have to learn sign language. it is difficult when you are having to train him and work through that puppy stage. and teach him the sign language and teach him everything he needs to know. >> samson also has a special collar that vibrates when somebody wants to get his attention, which is also helping him to learn how to communicate with people and pick up cues as well. >> look at that face. we hope he finds his forever home. it is 8:19 a.m. danger may be lurking in your fridge. >> what you might want to throw out. we will tell you why when we come back. play "do it like this".
a suspect is dead after leading authorities on a high- speed chase. >> hard to tell from the chopper video but the back window of the suspect's car was blown out. this started in nevada county and ended in the community of forest hill in placer county. during the dispute, the suspect reached speeds of 80 miles an hour. investigators say he also intentionally rammed the patrol vehicle. officers were able to force the suspect's car off the roadway and two officers later fired a gun and killed him. no word on what led up to the shooting.
san francisco police arrested 11 car burglary suspects in less than a week. four people were arrested including a juvenile for allegedly breaking into cars april 2nd. over the next three days, police made six more arrests in the mission district and the south market area. and april 7th, another suspect was arrested south of market. police say the arrests show the department's commitment to battling car burglaries. and a technician is accused of stealing jewelry at homes where he was set to do repairs. he was taken into custody thursday. authorities say the theft happened at half moon bay in 2016 and 2017. detectives with the san mateo county sheriff's office obtained a $130,000 warrant. police are asking anyone who believes they may have been a victim to give them a call. opponents of the bill that would ban tackle football for kids under the age of 12 are planning a rally at the state capitol over the weekend. the author of the bill cites numerous studies showing that
children between the ages of 7- 12 are at a significantly greater risk for neurological problems later in life if they do play tackle football early on. others say the bill infringes on the rights to decide what sports their kids can participate in. >> i don't think these individuals who have written these bills have ever reached out to the youth football community to see what safety standards have been put in effect. >> i feel like i am outlawing apple pie in california. but you know what, parents, doctors, researchers and nfl legends think, maybe it does not make sense for the youngest kids to strap on a helmet and hit their head. >> that bill will be considered by the committee in a couple of weeks if the legislation passes. and then the ban would take effect in 2020. the #metoo movement might be pulling the runway out from under victoria's secret. a market research firm is finding that there is more
negative chatter about the brand among women. the victoria's secret buzzard which calculates whether consumers are hearing positive or negative things about a brand has dropped three points in the past few months among 18- 49-year-old women. in 2016, the company score was 31. the research firm says the decline follows the rise of the etoo movement. the centers for disease control and prevention are warning people to throw away any romaine lettuce if they don't know where it came from. the original warning was only for chopped romaine lettuce but now it has been expanded to whole head or hearts of romaine lettuce that were grown in yuma, arizona. officials say the exact source of the lettuce -- lettuce making people sick is still not clear which is puzzling to the experts. >> before a product leaves the field, seven days before harvest, they do produce sampling. they will sample a lot of the harvest. they will go out and collect
tons of samples and send it in for package testing. if anything comes back positive, they put a huge buffer around that. >> so far, there have been 53 cases of e. coli altogether including a case in california. but no common grower, supplier, distributor or brand has been identified. owners of a very popular macaroni and cheese restaurant are opening up a second location in san francisco. mac d opened its first location in the marina neighborhood last summer. the restaurant which serves several varieties of macaroni and cheese has been a big hit. according to chronicle, the owners are planning another location near broadway in the coming months. i have been there. i am a mac & cheese connoisseur and it is delicious. >> i will have to put that on my list. trouble with computers and san francisco will not go away. >> why the number of complaints about scooters has gone up. police looking into a
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there was some hazy skies over the golden gate but clear over oakland. >> a lot of blue skies. some fog along the coastline. things are starting to change. the pattern is starting to look a little more like summer. it is going to feel a little more like summer. outside the door, a view of the oakland skyline. plenty of sunshine to go around. the fog is not as widespread this morning. you can see for yourself, from the storm tracker, no rain to speak of. even the fog is a little more scattered in nature. clear skies. pacifica, half moon bay and into santa cruz, hovering near the coast. right at the coast, we may have sunshine as well. giving you a view of the temperatures this morning. started in the 40s. now 50s for most of us. one of the coolers that, 49, santa rosa. 54, san francisco. 52, half moon bay. the east bay, 50, livermore. closer to the water, 53. hayward, low 50s to start the day for the afternoon, 80s and the forecast. 83, antioch. 80, morgan hill.
80, santa rosa. 87, pacifica. 69, san francisco. low 70s, hayward as well as oakland. if you will see the oakland a's play later today, 67 it gametime. a westbury that 10 miles an hour. plenty of sunshine. bring along with sunblock. should be a great day for tailgating. we do have very little change going on as we get into the back end of the weekend. cooling down a bit as we get into the extended forecast. details on this coming up in a little bit. the san francisco police are investigating a deadly shooting at the bayview district. >> several people were shot. at least one person has died. we have been in the city all morning long. christian. >> reporter: that shooting happening just a two minute drive from the bayview police station in san francisco. police confirming that five people were shot. one killed in this incident. a police source tells us at least one of the victims was
taken to the hospital on their own. not even waiting for an ambulance. we are hearing that that person was transported to the hospital that went on their own might have been the person that died as a result of the shooting. we have video to show you of what the scene look like overnight. this was at third street. police reported to the area around 11:00 friday night. there were initial reports that six people were shot. we just learned that one of those people died from their injuries. at this point, police say they do not have any information about the suspect in this case. we do not know what led up to the shooting. at this point, we don't know anything about who the victims are. we are hoping to learn more about the shooting of the morning progresses. meanwhile san francisco police are asking for the public's help, if anybody knows anything about the shooting or has video of the incident. and for them to come forward and provide that information to police. >> thank you. students in the south they are meeting with city leaders to push for tougher gun laws. high schoolers at live oak high
school in morgan hill held a town hall meeting friday to talk about gun control. they then marched to the morgan hill city hall. students urged city and county officials along with the school board to ensure safety in the classroom. the rally was part of a larger day of action marking the 19th anniversary of the columbine high school massacre. >> from coast-to-coast, tens of thousands of students walked out of their classrooms all to call for tougher restrictions on guns. ktvu's rob malcolm followed some of the rallies right here in the bay area. >> reporter: hundreds of students from the san francisco unified school district marched down market street. they then gathered at the san francisco civic center with a message. >> this is for my sister and her safety. >> on the anniversary of the columbine mass shooting in colorado which killed 12 students and a teacher, marches like these took place nationwide as the students renewed calls for tougher gun legislation. >> i think that is insane
that people are bringing semi automatic weapons like they are fifteens into schools. >> at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland, florida where a gunman killed 17 people two months ago, students held a moment of silence. meanwhile, in danville, people struck back on a policy. and recognizing that 19 years after columbine and more than five years after sandy hook, school shootings continue. and more than 100 gun control bills introduced in washington have failed. >> we need to be on the front lines and making sure we have strong gun violence protection laws. so when they fail to do this in washington, we are here to protect the kids. >> students at san ramon valley high school held on campus rallies leaving some here impressed with the youth movement. >> it is baffling to me that
sandy hook occurred and we did not see this kind of movement. here we are now. i think what has changed is that people suddenly are sitting back and saying, what is happening and why are we here? why did it take this long? >> for many of the students who were not even alive when the columbine massacre took place, demonstrations like this are becoming the norm, until common sense gun legislation is passed. and they are hoping that lawmakers are listening. in danville, rob malcolm, ktvu fox2 news. and an investigation is underway into a deadly crash last night in alejo. it was reported at 11:15 p.m. on west on interstate 780. this was at the glen cove road off ramp. chp the crash involved a big rig and at least one other vehicle. one person was killed in the crash. all westbound lanes of the interstate were closed for several hours overnight. the alert had to be issued because the big rig was leaking fuel. the number of complaints about electric scooters in san
francisco has gone up according to the examiner. more people called to complain about scooters after the board of supervisors had voted earlier in the week to prove the idea of regulating. scooter companies say they hope to take cars off the city's crowded streets. but some people have complained that scooter -- people on scooters go too fast, travel on sidewalks and block sidewalks. supervisors are expected to vote again on possible registration -- possible legislation next week. the transportation agency will then work out details. scooter regulations could be in place by next month. more information is coming out about a crash that involved the runaway dump truck hauling debris from the north bay wildfires. seven people were hurt in the crash in fountain growth. chp concluded that the vehicle was overweight and only five of the eight brakes were working at the time. however, a contractor involved with the cleanup is disputing the findings. he tells the press democrat that connects just worked on
the brakes and the amount of debris in the truck was under legal guidelines. commuters that use the richmond bridge are getting some much-needed relief. a third eastbound lane on the bridge opened up yesterday afternoon for the first time. it is going to be open daily during peak hours between 2:00 in the afternoon and 7:00 p.m. the next step is going to be to turn the upper deck shoulder heading into the westbound, into a bicycle and pedestrian lane. >> someday, we will see it all. and there is nothing more fun -- being part of seeing the impossible become the possible. >> caltrans converted the shoulder on the lower deck of the bridge into the third lane. during off times, a red x will appear above the lane so that drivers cannot use it anymore. and it will go back to serving as a shoulder for caltrans crews. and a high school moving closer to replacing its controversial nickname and mascot. they adopted the nickname the
indians at napa high after world war ii. after a lot of public debate, the district or to the school to find a new name and logo by next february. administrators telling the napa valley register that they will form an advisory committee by the end of the month. the committee will consist of students, teachers, alumni and community members. they will take all of the suggestions for new nicknames and whittle them down for napa high school students and ultimately make the final vote. a second advisory committee will work to retire the indian name with honor. a first of its kind of and is being held in the san mateo county this weekend to help people find missing loved ones and to help crack unsolved cases. people with missing family members can submit dna and photographs of the person they are looking for. the event is being held by the san mateo county coroner's office. it starts at 9:00 this morning. it will go until 3:00 this afternoon and is being held at 50 tower road in san mateo. members of the public and learn more about unidentified persons cases. in san mateo county alone,
there are about 440 active missing person cases and about 80 sets of unidentified human remains. as you are looking to spend the weekend outdoors, the weather is perfect. why not head to a national park because it is free admission day. a special deal marking the start of national park week. today parks like yosemite and alcatraz are free of charge. admission to national parks will also be free on national public land day which is september 22nd. and on veterans day, november 11th. birthday is tomorrow. a way to highlight ways to protect and preserve the environment. birthday is celebrated in nearly 200 countries and the really plenty of lean of events that bay area parks and beaches. a lot of events today and tomorrow. earth day aims to raise awareness about plastic pollution around the world this year. and it has been nearly a year since a terrorist attack in england at an ariana grande
concert. >> coming up, her first new song since that day and her video post on social media. it has been called the largest infestation officials have seen in nearly two decades. more on all of the caterpillars taking over several parks in mountain view. stay with us. the savings are in full bloom at ross. if you're looking for an incredible selection of the brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross
good morning to you. happy saturday, folks. we have a great forecast in store for you. if you like sunny skies and 70s and perhaps some low 80s for the afternoon. we will have details on the neighborhood forecast coming up. following the controversy at a starbucks in philadelphia, a national health club chain is apologizing for a racial incident of its own. two african-american men recorded their conversation with workers at la fitness in new jersey. >> i got my membership right here. i was scanned in. i was the only where -- only person there eating scanned. i have had a membership here for at least eight years. >> the man that posted the video says employees accused
him and his friend who is a valid member, of not paying to work out there. the gym workers then called police. la fitness says a front desk employee was confused about the membership and says the staff did unnecessarily escalate the situation. the company apologized and is adding racial sensitivity classes for workers. the incident comes after a starbucks manager in philadelphia called police on two african-american men who were in the cafi waiting for a friend. and the oakland a's got a look at the hottest team in baseball. that would be the red sox. and they discovered they looked pretty good. bouncing them out of the coliseum. the final 7-3. a good start. how about lowery. this guy could not be stopped. going four, for five and this one. including a couple of doubles. he is a machine. the a's are up after one. but short-lived. a three run shot. we are tied up to three suddenly. by the sixth, pretty much over.
loaded up. and there they go. home, that is. that is mitch moreland. up and out. a grand slam. the fifth graham flame for the red sox this season. the red sox when -- win 7-3. boston has won 17 out of the first 19. the oakland a's get another crack at them later tonight. better news on the giants front. launching baseballs as well out of anaheim. going deeper 1-00 giants. and the new kid, the rookie, second at-bat, mac williamson. >> he had set want to deep right-center field. forget about it. gone. >> welcome to the biggs. part of the six run 5th inning. and we have more. andrew mccutchen joining the home run party with a three run shot. that is mighty nice. sharpening the debut here. and the giants fell to the angels. several niners players
created a special night for a group of children battling severe illnesses. the niners attended the eighth annual prom at the children's hospital in san francisco. players traded in their cleats and jerseys for loafers and suits. they danced and dined with more than 200 teenage patients and their parents and friends at the hospital. >> we met a lot of great people, great kids and great parents. very exciting. we were glad to meet them. we met some kids that design their own dress and played numerous instruments. >> i was very excited. >> that is awesome. >> organizers say the prom gives these teenagers a magical night that they did not think was possible because of their health challenges. >> who said athletes are not role models. what a great night. >> let's talk to rosemary. we have some weekend weather that is pretty awesome as well. this is the time of year when i start to sound like a
recording. >> but it is day one. >> you are going to hear more about this as we get into the rest of the weekend. and even in the extended forecast, fabulous weather. mostly sunny skies. temperatures range into the 70s around the bay. low 80s and land. at the coast, mid to upper 60s. 70s depending on where you will be. we will take a look at the numbers in a moment. let's start with a look at san francisco. as we look west, we have some fog this morning. not as widespread as yesterday. yesterday, it swallowed up the future tower. and we will continue with nice weather in store. today, warming up over yesterday. tomorrow, more of the same. perhaps slightly warmer for some inland communities. upper 60s at the coast. and low 80s expected inland. plenty of sunshine. sunshine. right now, 50 degrees in san francisco. 56, redwood city. 53, san jose. the inner east bay, 50, livermore. 54, oakland. 49 degrees, santa rosa.
temperatures will begin to rebound. already are. started in the 40s. now the 50s. in the 60s as we get into the next couple of hours. 57, san mateo. 56, belmont. let's take a tour. a few more in the numbers. 57, pittsburgh. 53, alamo. 49, lafayette. getting into the afternoon, widespread 70s to near 80 degrees for the north bay. 70 expected for napa today. 77, santa rosa. east bay, more of the same. low 70s along the east bay shore. oakland, 72. 82, concord. brentwood, 83. how about the south bay. 80 degrees, morgan hill. 84, gilroy. heading to santa cruz, 75 and mostly sunny their into the afternoon. 80 degrees expected for the area. low 60s during the overnight
hours if you are thinking about doing some camping here in tahoe. giving you a view of the extended forecast. temperatures -- temperatures don't change a lot getting into sunday. a tad warmer for some. then we have a trough that slips in. it does not bring rain but it cools us off some. upper 70s. relatively speaking when i say cool. 70s in the forecast monday, tuesday, wednesday and dry weather expected throughout. >> i like the 80s. bring it on. >> i cannot complain. >> bring out the spring clothing. summer perhaps. >> thank you. caterpillars have taken over several parks in mountain view. officials are calling it the largest infestation in almost two decades. hundreds of caterpillars have been dangling from the trees, the garbage cans, slides and
swings. eagle and pioneer parks are especially infested. apparently, we have had these warm temperatures in february which caused the colorado -- caterpillars to hatch a little early, too early for the first application of insecticide. the infestation has been driving people away from the parks. >> i have never seen so many caterpillars ever. i think they are gross. when we first came out, they were all over the garbage cans and trees. >> in my hair, not so nice. >> city crews have sprayed some parks with an insecticide in an effort to manage the infestation. the caterpillars, while they make you scream, do not pose a health risk. if you touch them, the hair on their bodies can irritate your
skin and you can get a rash. it is likely the caterpillars will be around until mid- spring. after that, you will get a lot of mops instead. the annual gray whale migration is underway. we are getting a look at some of the biggest in the ocean taking full advantage. princess monterey whale watching capturing video here of killer whales attacking and feeding on a gray whale calf along the monterey coast. a marine biologist said a part of several workers separated the calf from its mother who was unable to protect it. a video was taken wednesday. the whale watching company says there was another killer whale attack on a gray will calf a couple of days ago. it is 8:51 a.m. help for those battling deadly diseases. >> how to find out if you can be a bone marrow donor and possibly save someone's life. and shock in the music world after a popular dj and producer is dead at the age of 28. next, we will talk more about the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of avicii.
(sound of footsteps) (sound of car door opening) (car door closes) (sound of engine starting) sad news from the music world. last night dj and producer avicii died. ♪ [ music ] ♪ ♪ >> the swedish born 28-year- old whose real name was tim berlin was found dead in the middle east nation of oman. we do not know yet the cause of
his death. tmz is reporting that his brother had gone to oman to try to uncover the mystery surrounding his death. avicii has been dealing with health issues and has acknowledged coping with a high- octane lifestyle and admitted he drank heavily. avicii won two mtv music awards and won a couple grammy nominations. he was considered a pioneer in the contemporary electronic dance movement. afford a man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into taylor swift's home. police say 22-year-old roger alvarado broke into the singer's home in new york yesterday. police say he took a shower and was found sleeping in her bed. this is the third time this month somebody was arrested at one of the singer's homes. last weekend, police arrested a man outside of her beverly hills home. police say he had a knife, a rope and ammunition in his car. on april 8th, another man was arrested for trying to scale a wall at the same property. taylor swift was not at home during any of the incidents. today marks the second anniversary of the death of
prince. and some are paying tribute by helping others. a physician assistant opened opioid treatment center in carmichael called the purple dog. she says the fact that prince died of an overdose of fentanyl inspired her to help others. -- in doing this, i feel like i am not only saving lives, but i am honoring a man that did so much for others and that is why i had to do this under the umbrella of his name. >> patients at the purple dog are offered a drug that can wean addicts off of what they are craving for good by blocking receptors that produce the euphoria of taking opioids. pop singer ariana grande has released a brand-new song. >> it is her first since the 2017 terrorist attack during
her concert in the uk. ♪ [ singing ] ♪. >> ariana grande posted this photograph on instagram this morning. it is an emotional song inspired by the terrorist bombing that killed 22 and injured more than 500 at manchester arena. ariana grande suspended her to her after the attack. the song is expected to be on her upcoming album. a check of the weather now with rosemary joining us at the desk. a gorgeous day out there. >> sunshine out there. temperatures warming into the 70s and 80s. take a look at the extended forecast. a cool start. we are rebounding already. a lot of babies out there and 60s the next couple of hours. for the afternoon, upper 60s at the coast, and low 80s inland. a little change for tomorrow. slightly cooler as we get into monday, tuesday and wednesday with no rain in sight. we want to thank you for joining us this morning here at ktvu. we are ending early here on
channel 2 because of a soccer match which is a big one with manchester united. that is coming up next. but we are not going anywhere. if you want more news come you can join us on ktvu plus. we will have a report from texas where the funeral of former first lady barbara bush is about to begin. we are also going to talk about a 16-year-old who is a great spokesperson for bone marrow donation. we hope to see you on the plus. have a great day! brands you love, this season's newest trends for a fraction of what you'd pay at department stores, ♪ you gotta go to ross