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it's a busy thursday. i am gasia mikaelian. >> i'm dave clark. we're checking your weather. you will see lots of clouds. mark tamayo is in for meteorologist steve paulson. >> good morning. we are starting out with mostly cloudy conditions for your thursday morning. a bit of a cooling trend for today. a lot of cameras as we pan across the bay. looking toward the bay and still a solid overcast to start the day. you will need your sweater. san francisco in the upper 50s this afternoon. skies becoming partly cloudy and still and overcast in the
beaches. here's a satellite prospective. you can see the clouds from the north bay and south bay. current numbers have not changed too much. midshipman-40s in napa , santa rosa 49. santa rosa at 59. we will cool off. wins could top 20 miles per hour. drizzle tomorrow morning into the coast and a chance of a few sprinkles as we head towards saturday. right now we are watching for saturday morning the early morning. today low clouds this morning. partly cloudy and breezy. temperatures will be cooling off. instead of midshipman-70s inland some lower 70s this afternoon. we we will talk more about your weekend forecast. let's check in with sal castaneda . >> we do have slow traffic at the bay bridge. it's not unusual for this time of the morning. it's pretty jam packed. it doesn't look like it's going to be easing up anytime soon.
the traffic on 880 northbound looks like it's slowing down. he still have a window of opportunity to get into downtown oakland before you get into the area. you see traffic on 80 s. from hayward to union city and into fremont, westbound 580 we had an earlier crash. today's crash is not as bad as yesterday. 68 is slow through pleasanton. that's go back to the desk. the man arrested for a 12 year strength of rapes and killings is now in a jail in sacramento county. 72-year-old joseph d'angelo will be in court tomorrow. he was a police officer in the central valley and was fired by auburn police after a shoplifting incident. >> officials say he could face charges for 12 murders and more than 50 rapes. alex savidge is here to tell us
more. >> reporter: good morning. investigators right now are working to fill in the gaps in this case. they are trying to figure out what d'angelo has been doing all these years and how he managed avoid being caught. the former police officer and vietnam veteran was living in a home in suburban sacramento with his daughter and granddaughter when authorities moved in and took him into custody this week. authorities believe he is the man who terrorized communities all across california during the late 1970s into the midshipman- 80s. there were home break-ins, rapes and murders in the sacramento area, bay area and later in southern california. all those crimes link to the same man through dna collected at the various crime scenes. last week a task force newly focused on this case for some reason zero in on d'angelo.
investigators were surveilling him contest the dna samples from items he threw away and got a match. decades later a sense of relief and satisfaction for the victim's families. >> for the 51 ladies who work brutally raped in this crime scene sleep better tonight. he is not coming through the window. he is now in jail and he is history. he -- >> he is a navy veteran. he went to work for the police department in the central valley. later for the auburn police department. he left law enforcement after being accused of shoplifting from a store. still he never caught the attention of investigators over those years. he worked as a big rig mechanic at a restrict distribution center in the sacramento area before finally retiring last year. his family members absolutely stunned by his sudden arrest on
tuesday night. the man suspected of being one of the most prolific serial killers in state history said to be in court tomorrow. back to you. >> thank you. >> we are working to bring you more information as well as reaction on this major arrest. coming up at 7:30 am we will be joint here by alameda county district attorney nancy o'malley. in our 8:00 hour we will talk with the chondroplasty -- contra costa da. >> in other news police in petaluma arrested a man who was wanted for not registering as a sex offender. he was arrested yesterday. police say he tried to run away from them. investigators say he had a gun in his possession. he has six outstanding warrants for drug and weapons offenses and for not registering as a sex offender. vallejo police are looking for police -- suspect. police were called to a scene
at main street near independence park before 5 pm. officers found a man shot outside one of the apartment holdings. he was shot several times and his injuries are in his arms and legs. they're not considered life- threatening. police are looking for the attacker. the victim was arguing with the shooter before he opened fire. there was an arrest last night on a man accused at firing a shot at the hayward part station. the station was shot down. the police officer was not hurt and neither was anyone else. the east bay time reports the police officer had walked into the part station to alert the parts staff about a shooting nearby. then the suspect walked in and fired a shot. the suspect was arrested after. a couple of hours later in a separate incident bart trains were stopped at the west oakland bart station because of a police search. both of those stations are back to normal this morning. is becoming a three person
race for the governor of california. lieutenant governor gavin new some received 21 percent. he was followed by mayor antonio villaraigosa at 18 percent and businessman john cox with 15 percent. the rest of the candidates were in single digits. the survey showed voters have yet to make up their mind ahead of the june riemer. 17 percent they remain undecided. san francisco voters will soon decide on a new mayor and ktvu has invited all candidates to talk to us. we heard from community organizer weiss and greenberg. today we will hear from the board of supervisor president. >> my number one priority is addressing the issues of homelessness and the quality of life that is on our streets every day. the fact is, it's a public health crisis. we have to make sure our
streets are clean and the people living on our streets are housed in receiving services. i have a complete homeless plan on my website along with a plan to build more housing, a plant to address issues around public safety. we have to focus on all of these issues simultaneously. people are frustrated with what they see but we have to build more housing and build it faster. a combination of a number of things that i'm focusing on. >> -- >> she went on to talk about the housing crisis. next mark leno. we will here around 8 am as he talks about his priorities for the city. you can find all of our interviews and more information on the candidates on our channel 2 website ktvu.com.
millions of dollars for cleaning up the streets of san francisco. the big investment from the cities that appears to be paying off. the supreme court hears arguments over president donald trump's travel ban. when we expect a ruling on this case. we do have a lot of slow traffic especially in the south bay. also it's getting crowded in the east bay. will give you another update straight ahead. . you want to bundle up with 40s and 50s this morning. coming up we will let you know when drizzle could be making a come back.
means heartbreaking, speeding and accelerating fast. we all see it. california drivers do one of those things every six minutes. >> the question is, which of the driving habits are you doing? aggressive acceleration, heartbreaking, failure to yield the right-of-way or abating traffic sign. vote on the ktvu facebook page. we see 56 percent admit you aggressively accelerate. 50 percent say you do the heartbreaking. 17 say you fail to yield the right-of-way. let's go to jack lemmon square with frank. >> reporter: good morning. happy thursday. we are here in oakland. no surprise most of the people we talked to art not surprised. california has the most
aggressive drivers. when you think about it, we are the biggest state and have the most cars and drivers and sadly we have the most traffic. >> i see it every day. >> were due commute from? >> brentwood. >> is a crazy? >> yes. you see many crazy things even early in the morning. >> you think people would be mellow in the morning. >> you would think. there are people falling asleep at the we'll and people who want to go around them. sometimes they are going too fast. >> i'm from missouri. >> california? >> can you believe it? >> sort of. we drove from the wineries yesterday in sonoma and there were aggressive drivers on the highway and the traffic is crazy. people are weaving in and out and alarm at the motorcycle
drivers that come between the cars. >> you would say drivers back home in missouri are better? >> yes. >> does california surprise you? >> no. >> why? >> drivers are pretty normal -- normally crazy here. >> if you slow down you could save yourself up to $400 on that gas bill annually. also guess what? we have the most expensive gas in the country. average $3.59. on an average for regular in oklahoma it's $2.46. coming up, we will find out if southern california drivers are better than northern california drivers. much more when we come back. >> thank you frank.
let's have you get out the door. sal castaneda to do that. >> good morning. we are looking at a commute that is pretty busy in many areas. we will start with the bridge. a lot of people want to know what it's like getting into san francisco. right now westbound it's typical. it's backed up to the maids. you will see slow traffic. there's nothing out of the ordinary on the span. this is a 80 north and southbound. traffic is not too slow get. you have opportunity to get in. we've had a few crushes. they've been blocking some lanes for some time. southbound it 80 between a with -- hayward and fremont. at some time to your commute.
you can see 680 is getting more crowded. compared to yesterday, this may not be as bad. it's still pretty slow. you can look at 580 today and it's better from livermore to dublin. it's 7:15 am. let's go to mark tamayo. >> good morning. we are talking about lots of low clouds and fog. we can see here and jack london square. we are mainly in the 50s. a pretty shot from jack lemmon square. these graphics have dense fog. that is incorrect. what would happen -- the marine layer it has deep into 2500 feet. that has transported cooler air inlet and that means we will take a few degrees off today. showing you the clouds right now over santa rosa toward san francisco, oakland and san jose. current numbers in the midshipman-40s fort nampa.
san francisco at 50 degrees. mountain view reporting 54. the coast on the cool side. midshipman to upper 50s in san francisco. downtown warming into upper 50s. here's our temperature sensor. we will talk about 60s as you work your way inland and talking about 70s instead of midshipman to upper 70s we are thinking lower 70s around 72 by 3:00 this afternoon. the main culprit is this area of low pressure. it's been looking off shore and will drift closer to the bay. lots of clouds this morning. beaches still have cloud cover. still a son cloud mix. the system comes on board friday night into saturday. tomorrow morning we could have drizzle near the coast and saturday morning a chance of a few sprinkles. we're talking about trace amounts. the best bet would be from five to 8 am.
here's the forecast model. this afternoon will go into friday. lots of cloud cover. a chance of drizzle and as we go into saturday another round of clouds. still some blue showing up indicating the chance of a few sprinkles in the bay area. that would be for saturday. for today, you can see the overcast, partly sunny and breezy. upper 50s. there will be plenty of cloud cover for pacifica and san francisco. lower 70s going inland. these numbers about the same as yesterday. here's a look ahead. cooling in the five day forecast. lots of clouds toward the weekend. new this morning white house position ronny jackson will not be the new head of the veterans affair department. he withdrew his name in the early morning hours. jackson says false allegations against him have become a distraction. he did not expect to dignify
baseless and anonymous attacks on his character and integrity. democrats say there was evidence jackson wrecked a government vehicle after getting drunk at a party. jackson will remain as the presidents white house doctor. a former police officer arrested believed to be the golden state killer. the alameda county district attorney joins us live in studio to tell us what led investigators to this man's home in the sacramento area and how dna played a key role in his arrest. you to is creating a safer website for children. it should give parents more control of what their little ones watch.
welcome back to mornings on to. we have new details of the tiny homes for the homeless. the city's housing department is finalizing what the homes will look like and how much it will cost to build them. the early estimate for each home is about $20,000. depending upon the materials that are used, that number could go down a lot. the final plans for the tiny homes are expected to come before the city council this summer. two companies are leading the markets higher this morning. >> pam cook is back with dollars and cents. >> reporter: those companies facebook and advanced micro devices reported quarterly earnings that exceeded analyst estimates. when that opening bell rang facebook shot up 9 percent and
10 percent that is helping the nasdaq recover. looking at the numbers, the nasdaq is up more than 1 percent. the s&p 500 also up half a percent. the dow is up half a percent as well. subway plans to close 500 stores in the u.s. this year. it's part of a revitalization plan announced last summer that requires franchise owners to invest more in their operations. that includes adding self- service kiosk, comfortable seating, wi-fi and charging stations. the idea is to have smaller but more profitable footprint in the fast food market. that plant includes opening as many as 1000 subway stores overseas. security experts say hotel rooms are being hacked. cybersecurity firm says hackers
have been sneaking in and out of hotels converting room cards into master keys. the issue was discovered after a laptop disappeared from a computer security experts hotel room. it happened with no sign of a break-in. the card keys work with electronic locks made by the largest manufacturer. it exposed 140,000 hotels worldwide. hotels with the locking system include major chains such as sheridan, radisson, and high it. youtube is making changes to its kids at. the update rolls out today. it gives parents the ability to decide what their kids can watch instead of a computer algorithm the siding that. youtube is making the change in response to complaints that the app failed to filter out disturbing content. more calls for parents getting more control of what their kids are watching. they are coming out with a new
alexa.. it teaches children manners. >> really? >> interesting. we rented a tahoe in -- a cabin in tahoe that had and alexa. they are not allowed to use alexa for their math problems. san francisco's mayor promised and he is making good on his promise to clean up the city. the early results to remove thousands of dirty needles off the streets. also finding temporary housing for the homeless. plans are in the works to demolish an apartment building in concord. you can see the equipment that will take down that building. we will have an update on the
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it's been a foggy start to the day. we see it continue on this thursday. we're not seeing that sunshine. it's not too bad. we are glad you are with this on this thursday. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> i'm dave clark. meteorologist steve paulson is off today so mark tamayo is here today. >> that live camera reflected a nice, peaceful song. we are plank motley crew. it's a beautiful scene here with lots of clouds but also the sunshine trying to break through. today will be cooler compared to yesterday. that will be the overall headlight as we head toward thursday afternoon and friday. partly sunny skies except coast side. upper 70s. here's the overcast in santa rosa and san francisco and san
jose and livermore. temperatures have not changed all morning long. lots of 40s for napa. san francisco at 50 degrees. san jose reporting 55. here's the deal in san jose. we will have some cloud cover this morning. skies becoming partly sunny and temperatures on track to reach the upper 60s by 2:00 this afternoon. lots of cloud cover for this morning. partly sunny and breezy this afternoon. 62 lower 70s for thursday. these numbers coming down. grab your sweater or jacket. going coast side you will need your jacket. lets check in with sal castaneda. >> good morning. we do have a lot of slow traffic including the traffic getting to san francisco. today you will not have to deal with a baseball game in the city. looks like that commute -- once it ends it won't have a middle of the day commute. we still have slow traffic
getting to that span. 880 is beginning to slow down. that's your trip into downtown oakland. 580 is also slow. let's get to the middle of the east bay. we've had slow traffic on 80 south from hayward on and 680 680 looks good on the snow a grave. getting there it's pretty crowded driving through. 580 is doing well from livermore to dublin. let's go back to the desk. new this morning in concord five ferrets -- firefighters battling hotspots. >> the complex is still under construction when the fire started. allie rasmus is live to bring us an update from the contra costa fire marshal. >> reporter: some of that overnight fire activity has died down. you can still see some debris smoldering on the inside of this apartment building.
this is in concord and galindo street. you can see they have brought in some construction equipment. this escalator will be in charge of the demolition of this building. that is the plan today even though there was fire activity overnight we could show you the video we saw. we saw the debris collapsing and some spray of embers shooting up. the fire marshal says that's not unusual for a fire of this size. we are now 48 hours after this fire. i want to bring in the fire marshal for contra costa -- contra costa county. what is the plan? >> our focus remains to be able to get the people in the existing apartment building back into their homes. >> you are talking about the people that lived next to the brunt building. there are concerns.
>> the concern is the collapse potential. that's our major concern. because the building is still burning and smoke coming through, that smoke is not healthy to breathe. we are hoping once we get the demolition started, we can extinguish what remains burning and get these people back into their homes safely. >> the fire was impressive. demolition can still go on if there are hotspots. >> we can -- it can. we remain ready to extinguish the fire. if it gets too hot the equipment operators will go out. >> how long will the demolition take? >> right now we will go until noon and revalue -- reevaluate. >> hopefully for those people who are out of their homes in the neighboring buildings may be by later today they can go
back in? is the time light looking longer than that? >> we are not sure how long. there are many dependents. our focus is to get them as soon as we can. we want to make sure everything is safe. >> thank you. as you heard the marshals say people will hopefully be able to come back home later. the walls need to come down and be demolished. they brought in the equipment to do that. let's focus on this excavator. this escalator will tear down the four-story building behind me. that's all it takes. it's a medal beam with a pick at the end of it and the use that to tear down the building. that work will start around 8 am and 9 am. that is the plan. we will keep an eye on things out here and have an update later.
>> allie rasmus in concord. thank you for the update. a man arrested for a 12 year strength of rapes and killings is now in a sacramento county gel. authorities announced 72-year- old joseph deangelo will make his first court appearance tomorrow. the first charges he will face are two counts of murder for the 19 70 killing of a couple out walking their dog in rancho cordova. deangelo was a police officer in the central valley and auburn. he was relieved of his duty after a shoplifting incident. he could face charges for a total of 12 murders and more than 50 rapes. here's a map that shows the crime locations of the man known as that east area rapist, golden state killer and the original night stalker. the early crimes were in the sacramento area where a dozen more were in the east bay. most of those in contra costa county. the latest county is from southern california. officials from all over the
state were in sacramento for the public announcement of the arrest of the angela. he was arrested tuesday night at his home in citrus heights out side of sacramento. officials are not saying how they made the connection to deangelo but emphasize it was not through a tip. they watched him for almost a week to figure out the best way to handle that arrest. >> we developed a plan to wait for him to come out of his residence. we had a team in place that took him into custody. he was surprised by that. >> officials have not figured out why the crimes stopped in 1986 after a rape and murder in irvine. investigators are looking to where deangelo was and what he did during that large gap of time. the dna technology help in the arrest of joseph the angela. >> alameda county district attorney nancy o'malley joins us to talk more about the case. thank you for being here.
can you help us piece together the crimes that happened. >> about two years ago the district attorney from sacramento county pulled all of the counties together who had a case that we attributed to deangelo. for the last two years there's been focus on it. in the last six days the focus has been on him as a suspect. as it turns out because of the hard work of the police department in sacramento county, we were able to confirm he was that east area rapist, golden state killer. >> your case was in fremont. had you done dna testing on the rape kit collected in that case? >> in that case the rape kit was analyzed. there was no dna in that case. in the contra costa county cases between the two counties there were nine and only three of those cases was dna present. >> we were talking about so
many victims. you talk about the statue of limitations. what is concerning that? >> in those days the statue of limitations was short. that means we had to be able to prosecute call file charges within a period of time. three years for some and six years for others. for these sexual assault crimes the statue limitations ran long ago. we have changed -- the legislation. i've been part of that change where we have extended the statue of limitations. we incorporated dna as an identifier and there's no longer statue limitations on sexual assault cases. >> those victims could still say something. >> they can. the way it works especially in sexual assault cases, as they are proving the murders that involve rapes, the dna in the sexual assault cases can be relevant to proving he is the
one responsible for the murder -- murders. >> he's under arrest for two murders. what do you expect to happen in the coming weeks? >> i expect -- mentor county has -- ventura county has made murder charges. >> talk briefly about your personal involvement. you volunteered with the sexual assault victims. how does that impact you? >> when i was in college, i became a volunteer as a rape crisis advocate. it was early when they were creating a rape crisis centers. i took the calls from these victims. i also went to the hospital when the victim survivors had to be examined. in those days the system was not just for victims of sexual assault crimes. the system was stacked against them. for me understanding and seen
the impact of sexual assault crimes on them and realizing the system was not equipped to properly address it on behalf of those victims, it became one of my goals as a professional. it drove me to law school and change the laws. my whole career has been focusing on crimes of violence. because of that when this defendant was identified, there are barely words i have to say. this is where we started and finally caught him. if this case has not proven we should test every single rape kit, there's no other case that drives that home. >> what that missing link between assuming the man we see today and the sketchy --
sketches? >> there was a long absence. we have used -- sacramento county like this to use innovative dna. dna has evolved quickly. it's evolving faster and faster. they were able to tap into innovative dna techniques to be able to get him into a circle of who could be responsible for it. then it was good police work. following him around, finding that discarded materials and making him become on dna. >> he takes a band-aid and the officer was there to pick up. >> correct. someone had an injury and police were following him and we knew he was responsible for 32 great -- rapes in alameda county. i told them to get the band-
aid. that's how we made the arrest. >> can i ask you, we've heard a child of one of the victims of the golden state killer say, i want him to live in fear. what do you think would be justice if this case results in a conviction? >> he should never get out of prison. he will not. assuming all the evidence goes in as it should, i think having victims come in -- those who choose to come in, look him in the eye, tell him what he did to them in their lives and the community at large. during the 70s when he was striking people lived in fear and terror. the other thing is, one of the victims have come forward from citrus heights. he lived in citrus heights. he could have been standing -- she could have been standing in
the grocery line with him. it's imperative we test these rape kits so if there's dna evidence we can link it to a perpetrator and victim survivors do not have to go through their life thinking, is it him, is it him, that guy looks like him or smells like him. we can resolve that by testing rape kits. there is a built in sacramento which i am sponsoring that would require law enforcement submit those kids to a crime lab. let's get the dna into a database so we can catch these perpetrators before they hurt more people. many people thinking about that senate bill 1449. >> alameda county nancy o'malley, think you for joining us. >> thank you. we are welcoming that the of contra costa county coming up. it's 7:43 am. police are searching for answers after two waitresses were assaulted. the latest on that coming up. the san jose sharks resumed
their quest for the stanley cup. they do it tonight. we have a preview of the second matchup against the vegas golden knights. some commutes are improving and others are getting slower. 680 is looking good here but you will see slowing before this. we've been cooling off all week long. still have low clouds and fog and possibly some drizzle in the future. we will talk about your forecast coming up. 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
to las vegas to play the golden knights in the second round of the nhl playoffs. it's been more than a week since both teams swept their first round sears. the sharks beat the ducks and the golden knights's what that kings. san jose hopes to shake off any rust from having time off. >> i think anytime you get extra rest may be rough. it's on us to stay up. >> we do want to take advantage of our our rest. >> game went tonight at 7:00 in las vegas.'s oregon let's say -- say good morning to mike mibach. >> coming up in the next hour we are in the beginning travel season and for southwest airlines that airlines is experiencing a decrease in the number of booked flights. how the deadly accident could be impacting the largest carrier in the u.s. henry lee will join us live with more on why the suspects
neighbors were not surprised when they heard the news about the arrest on joseph the angela. we will see you soon. >> thank you. a new proposal would require prison, hospitals and nursing homes in california to offer vegan options to people in those institutions who don't eat meat. >> the state senator of berkeley propose this. it's important for people in institutional settings to have options to meet their individual needs. having vegan options would help the state meet water conservation goals because meals with meat require more water than a vegan option. >> it's been a typical thursday commute, would you say sal castaneda? >> it's been more typical than yesterday. we have slow traffic here and there. we will start with the bridge. we have atypical looking commute. it's backed up for a mile before the toll plaza driving to the toll plaza. it remains slow on the bridge heading out to san rafael.
we have a look at the commute as you are driving to the bay bridge. 37 minute drive. not the worst commute i've seen. it is slow in many spots including richmond as you make your way to the bay bridge. it's a 20 minute delay. maybe more than that. 880 is beginning to slow as it does and so is 580 getting into the oakland area. 880 s. has been slow this morning as you drive to fremont. it's 7:49 am. let's bring in mark tamayo with the weather. >> it looks like we will cool off a little bit. the cooling trend will continue. on monday we had warm temperatures 70s and 80s. not the case for today. lots of clouds over the bay. it's still a picturesque spot -- shot. a marine layer has deepened so as a result we have the cooler marine air heading inland.
no more 80s. lower 70s the warmest location inland this afternoon. lots of cloud cover for your thursday morning for santa rosa toward petaluma, sandra fail. looking at the east bay it's a different story. conquered having some cloud cover. current numbers right now. we have 40s and 50s. san francisco at 50. san jose at 55. livermore at 50 degrees. this is what we are watching offshore in the pacific. it's just drifting and approach the bay area by friday. cooling things off today. partly cloudy skies and stubborn overcast over portions of the coastline and san francisco. steady drop off in the numbers. as the system comes on board, tomorrow morning there could be drizzle coast site. saturday morning a few
sprinkles. definitely some clouds for the weekend. here's the forecast model today and as we go into friday morning we will have clouds and drizzle. rainfall is up to the north of the bay area. that could translate to a sprinkle or two into northern sonoma county. saturday morning clouds and a few sprinkles paying us a visit. forecast highs this afternoon. we have san francisco at 59. upper 60s toward santa rosa, antioch. gilroy at 72. looking at your five day forecast, we will cool off into friday and saturday with a few sprinkles paying us a visit tomorrow and sprinkles on saturday morning. you definitely want to keep your jacket nearby as temperatures are not warming up too much. it is 7:51 am. san francisco police and homeless outreach crews were
clearing the homeless area. the people in the camps along sidewalks were offered services that include temporary housing and drug counseling. the mayor announced a proposal to spend $13 million over two years to clean up the streets. another signed the bay area housing market is out of control. coming up at 8:00, how much above the asking price one home sold in san francisco. a new revelation in the case against 49 or star reuben foster. the admission from his ex girlfriend that may clear him of several charges.
welcome back to mornings on 2. the lawyer for the ex- girlfriend of 49ers reuben foster says her client has changed her story about him attacking her. foster was accused attacking elissa ennis his ex-girlfriend back in february at their home in los gatos. the da charged foster with three felonies. a statement from the attorneys office reads in part, foster did not strike her, injure her or threaten her. elissa ennis's injury was a fight with another woman. foster try to and his relationship with elissa ennis after he learned of the fight. a video of the fight with another woman has been made available. there's no verdict in bill
cosby's retrial. the jury is meeting after deliberating more than 10 hours yesterday. among other things that jurors asked the judge for the legal definition of consent. the judge that the jury would have to decide that themselves. cosby's accused of molesting a woman in 2004. other women have come forward to accuse him of similar behavior. he faces up to 30 years in prison. google wants to help people get rid of unwanted prescription drugs. google will use its homepage to promote the dea's prescription drug take back day. there will be a link under the search bar. it will take you to a map of the takeback locations. that nationwide event is saturday. the national institute for health is spending more than $150,000 for a study that looks into adding warning labels to soda. the warning labels could push consumers to healthier choices. adolescent and adult obesity is
higher here in the united states and that's leading to other problems such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease. police searching for answers after two waitresses were mugged in alameda. it happened in the same neighborhood where a woman was killed outside a restaurant earlier this month. you will hear the latest on the investigation coming up. the man that's been called the golden state killer, police say is under arrest. what we are learning about the former police officer who was arrested for a series of rapes and killings across california. some improvement for the commute some commutes are getting busier. richmond bridge in the middle with slowing. looks like it's moving faster now. in weather, most of the bay area covered with clouds this thursday morning. i will let you know would drizzle could make a come back. also maybe some sprinkles toward the weekend.
good morning authorities say they arrested the notorious golden state killer thought to be responsible for 12 murders and dozens of rapes all across california. he is a former police officer. what we are learning about this case. the heavy equipment is in place and the plans are underway to tear down what's left of this apartment building in concord. we will talk to the fire marshal about the plans for demolition. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's get you out the door. we have cloud and fog.
>> yesterday we were talking about the cloud cover that cleared out over the bay area. today it could be more stubborn. temperatures will cool off a few degrees as well. good morning. the cooling trend will continue. we started out the work week with 70s and 80s but today some 50s and 60s and a few low 70s. look at the overcast it's in the north bay to san francisco toward san jose. there's the current cloud patter -- pattern in sonoma county. current numbers showing you 40s and 50s. beginning to warm up. we have napa in 46. san francisco at 50 and hayward at 53. here's the plan for today. lots of low clouds. maybe a few breaks in the cloud cover. by 4:00 partly sunny and breezy still some patchy fog.
these are minor changes. temperatures come down a little bit. that trend could continue into the weekend. we will talk about more of that in a few minutes. let's check in with sal castaneda with your morning commute. good morning. >> it has not been as a bad as yesterday. it has been more of a routine day. you see traffic from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. that will be slow at the bay bridge toll plaza. since we have not had any crashes, we are hoping the relief will come this our on the commutes. looking at north bound 101 between silver avenue and cesar chavez it does pick up i the time you reach the vermont street exit. we have slow traffic with the south bay commute.
highway 17 has been a mess because of an earlier issue. if 17 is your commute copied your house earlier to stay on track. let's go back to the desk. the man suspected of being the goal in state killer will have his first court appearance tomorrow in sacramento county. >> 72-year-old joseph deangelo could be charged with as many as 12 killings dating back to 1974. he's accused of more than 50 rapes. alex savidge is here to bring us more. >> reporter: good morning. the former police officer and vietnam veteran was hiding in plain sight living in his home in suburban sacramento with his adult daughter and granddaughter. authorities took him into custody. dna techniques led them to deangelo. authorities believe the angelo is the notorious golden state killer who terrorize communities across telephone you in the late 70s. he was breaking into homes in
the middle of the night and raping or killing the people that lived there. similar crimes were committed in the sacramento area then here in the bay area. mainly in contra costa county and then they spread to southern california. last week a task force focused on this case zeroed in on deangelo for some reason. it's believed it was the dna evidence. investigators tested dna samples from items the angelo through away and that's when they got a match. margaret wardlow has waited for decades for justice. she was one of the first victims of the golden state killer raped in her home when she was 12 years old. >> it was not until a year ago that i got involved with some of the family members of the murder victims that i realized this man has to be caught and brought to justice. i am so happy for all the families that are involved. i am happy for law enforcement and everyone that was affected
by this man in an adverse way. >> the angelo was married in 1973 but later separated from his wife. he was a navy veteran who returned from combat and went to work for the police department in the central valley. later the auburn police department. he left law enforcement after being accused of shoplifting from a store but still the angelo never caught the attention of investigators looking into the cases of the east area rapist and the sacramento area and later the golden state killer case. he worked for 27 years as a big rig mechanic at a grocery distribution center in the sacramento area before he retired last year. his family members were stunned by his arrest. prosecutors across california are preparing to file murder charges against deangelo in connection with 12 different cases and a number -- in a number of different counties. he will be in court tomorrow.
>> thank you. the arrest of the angelo is stirring a lot of emotion including anger. a santa cruz woman says investigators called to tell her deangelo had been arrested. she was overwhelmed by feelings of gratitude mixed with grief. jennifer carole's father and stepmother were beaten in their home. jennifer says she's cup with the tragedy believing the person who killed her parents were -- was dead. >> i am so paste that he's been alive this whole time. he's not been living in terror. if you asked me what i want to happen, i want him to confess because i want to spend anymore money on this trash. >> she does not want deangelo to be executed and that she wants him to rot in jail. >> advances in dna help lead to
the arrest of deangelo. we talked to the alameda district attorney nancy o'malley joined us in studio to talk about this case. i asked her what she would consider for justice. >> i think he should never get out of previous -- prison. he will not. assuming the evidence goes in as it should, i think having victims come in and look him in the eye and tell him what he did to them in their lives. >> coming up at 8:30 am will talk with contra costa county district attorney diana becton. >> this morning firefighters in concord have been battling hotspots that flared up at a burned-out apartment complex building. >> it was under construction when it went up in flames. allie rasmus has more on the plans for the demolition.
>> reporter: you can see what is left behind us. this is on galindo street and concord. a fire consumed this building and more than 48 hours later it is still smoldering. you can see the debris falling in. you can see the embers that shot up earlier this morning. that has died down. that type of fire activity is not unusual even two days after the fire started. i want to bring in fire marshal robert marshall. what is the plan for today? the plan is still to demolish. >> it is. they will demolish the building around 8 am. our goal is to render that site of the fire safe so people can move back into their apartment building. >> that's the apartment building next to the one that burned. they have not been allowed back
in their homes because of the concern of the collapsing. >> still with the fire burning there's still a lot of smoke and that's not healthy for them to breathe. we wanna get in their caught not get down and render it safe. >> if the demolition starts this morning as planned, how soon can people move back into their homes next door? >> we are not sure. the goal is to make everything safe and get them back in and do that as quickly as possible. until we get in there and start doing that work, it's difficult to tell how long that will take. we remain optimistic that we can get them in today but we are tempering that to make sure it is safe. >> thank you. we will have to wait and see
how long that demolition takes and when people can come back to their homes in this building. they have the equipment out here and ready. that single excavator will tear down that four-story apartment building. we are told that medal beam that you see will attached to the arm of the excavator. they will use that as a ask to take down the building behind it. the plan is to move forward with that demolition work even though there's been fire activity during the overnight hours. it should last for several hours through the morning and through the day. will have another update on what's going on later this morning. alameda police are looking for several suspects after to resurrect service were attacked in the same neighborhood where a woman was killed this month. here's a live picture at alameda west and where to made -- two women were mugged. a 59-year-old victim was hit in
the face and knocked to the ground before her purse was stolen. a second woman who was 62 was forced to the ground and had her purse taken as well. this comes three weeks after a violent attack outside a nearby restaurant. authorities released surveillance on april 6. the victims 61-year-old died from her injuries. police are looking for the suspects in that case. another sign the bear area housing market is spiraling out of control. coming up how much above asking this home when four in san francisco. do you consider yourself an aggressive driver? were california ranked for the worst aggressive drivers in the nation. in san francisco north 101 a little bit slow up to cesar chavez. then the drive is good to the downtown area.
we will tell you more about these commutes coming up. in weather, a lot of cloud showing up. a bit of a cooling trend. we will highlight the coolest day of the week and when sprinkles could pay us a visit. 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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new this morning white house position ronny jackson will not head up the u.s. department of veteran affairs. he withdrew his name from consideration. he says false allegations have become a distraction. he did not expect to dignify baseless and anonymous attacks on his character and integrity. the democrats say jackson wrecked a government vehicle after getting drunk at a party. jackson will remain as the presidents white house doctor. california has the most aggressive drivers in the nation. gas buddy views aggressive as heartbreaking caught speeding. to our question of the day, which of the following driving habits are you guilty of? >> let's look at the results. 57 percent say aggressive acceleration, 15 percent heartbreaking. 14 percent failing to obey the signs. frank is joining us from jack lemmon square. >> reporter: good morning.
we are here at jack lemmon square. we can agree aggressive driving and traffic go hand-in-hand. since we have traffic here in the biggest state, we have a lot of aggressive drivers. what if we took it down another notch. northern california drivers versus salmon -- southern california drivers? who wins that prize? >> the most aggressive drivers are from la. >> that would be california. >> that's correct expect you think california drivers are crazy? >> it's because of the traffic. when you drive in the bay area, we have traffic with the increased population. la drivers every time. it's always them. >> would you consider yourself
an aggressive driver? >> i don't think so. i let things go. if people honk they may be having a bad day. i let them be them. >> you just enjoy your day and get from point a to point b. >> it's your calm space. >> where do you fit? >> i feel like i've been working on my patients. i sit back and listen to my music and sing along. >> that's the bottom line. keep it safe out there. there was another serve way that found the more congested traffic areas. the top 10, five of those happen to be in southern california. the most congested area number one, washington, dc. by the way california it --
northern california did make the top 20. if you've been on highway 80 around emeryville, that is number 14. that's the latest in jack lemmon square. back to you. >> thank you. i've been on 80 and experienced that. >> i'm not a aggressive guy but aggressive enough that on protecting my self. >> sometimes you have to get yourself out of a situation by putting your foot on the accelerator. you do have to be chill. i think the anchors agree. westbound 24, let's look at the commute. starting with westbound 24, it is slow in lafayette also lot -- slow on 680. when you get to the bay bridge it is crowded. it has not been a like commute.
it's about a 30 minute delay. there have been no major problems once you get onto the span. if you are in san francisco caught the drive from here downtown to the airport looks good with no major problems. northbound 101 is slow in san mateo. we've seen slow traffic in the east bay and one big problem in the south bay has been 17. it gets worse even though those accidents have been cleared on 17 near the reservoir. let's bring mark tamayo in. >> good morning. a bit of a cooler forecast in the bay area. if you're looking for the heat and sunny skies, not happening today or into the weekend. lots of cloud cover. the dense fog this week has changed. we have a deeper marine layer. the entire area is cooling off. no more 80s. lots of cloud cover working its way inland. right now overcast toward some
fast -- san francisco and hayward. still cloud cover in the south bay. right now we have 40s for napa. 49 in santa rosa. 51 in san francisco. 55 in san jose. we are watching this offshore this area of low pressure approaching the coastline. it doesn't want to pay us a visit yet. it will impact our weather pattern and cool things off today. that trend started earlier this week. it will continue as we head into friday. as it comes on board there could be enough moisture that we could be tracking drizzle tomorrow morning primarily near the coast. saturday that chance of a few sprinkles. we are watching out for that. this could be trace amounts. the threat should move out later on saturday. here is the deal with the cloud cover today. it's clearing near the
coastline. clouds push back into the area for the overnight hours into friday. you can see some drizzle. rainfall up to the north and starting the weekend with cloud cover and we could dodge a few sprinkles. forecast highs this afternoon in the upper 50s. bring a sweater toward the coast. 70s towards any up and brentwood. san jose at 69. 62 in santa cruz. here's a look at your five day forecast. temperatures not changing too much. 60s into the weekend. don't cancel your plans on saturday but we may encounter a few sprinkles first thing saturday morning. with this pattern, i parked the car and forgot the jacket and you will need your coat. there is a chill in the air especially with the wind. >> thank you. there's a new addition to the oakland zoo. how they have
hayward police have arrested a man accused of firing a gun at the police officer. the hayward station was closed out after the shot was fired. no one was hurt. the police officer had walked into the bart station to alert bart staff about a shooting nearby when the suspect walked in and fired a shot. the suspect was arrested. a few hours later in a separate incident bart trains were stopped at the west oakland
bart station because of a police search. both stations are back to normal. the straight treasure is scheduled to make an announcement about untested rape kits in california. several activists and women advocacy groups will join in sacramento for this announcement. this comes after a document jury aired of survivors. leaders have announced plans to address untested rape kits. all this week were speaking to all the candidates for mayor of san francisco. we have invited them to talk to them one on one. in the past hour we heard from london breed now former state senator mark leno. >> let's talk about your homeless plan. >> i have a plan you can find it on our website which
proposes ending street homelessness by 2020. there are 3500 people living on our streets and it is time we make it our top priority. i know everyone believes it to be get it done. >> he talked about that cities tech industry. you can find all of our interviews and more information on the candidates by going to our website ktvu.com. people have a new attraction when they visit the oakland zoo. they've announced three orphan mountain lion cubs were rescued by the california department of fish and wildlife brought to the zoo. they aren't now in their new exhibit. they are part of the trail expansion which opens to the public in june. the zoo says they were barely alive. officials have been able to nurse them back to health. >> the family membership is
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your sweaters. low clouds and fog are being stumper. the cooling trend will continue. on monday we had 70s and 80s. today we make it barely into the lower 70s. most areas will be in the 60s. starting up in the north bay, here we have the cloud cover being detected on the satellite from sonoma down toward san francisco. also san jose and gilroy. solid overcast for petaluma, sonoma and napa. no green to show you in terms of radar coverage. no rainfall expected for today. definitely lots of cloud cover. current numbers 46 in napa. 51 in fremont. here we go looking at the cloud cover toward san francisco. you can see here a little bit
of a break in the clouds. we probably will have more by midmorning as we head toward the afternoon. here's the deal. coast side not warming up too much. only in the midshipman 50s. they will go up as you go inland. the warmest location instead of the midshipman-70s we had yesterday we are thinking lower 70s this afternoon around 70 to 72 degrees around 3:00. lots of low clouds this morning. police any and breezy. temperatures coast side pretty chilly. lets check in with sal castaneda. he standing by with an update for your roadways. >> we have problems out there. some commutes have been better than yesterday. talking about the east bay commutes. san francisco and the peninsula have had issues. let's talk about the bay bridge toll plaza into san francisco. that is backed up as you drive into the toll plaza.
on the bridge it's moderately heavy. northbound 101 looks all right. we do have problems northbound skyline out of daly city near the olympic club near john muir there is a closure because of power lines down. more people are on 19th avenue and more people using other ways. they may be onto 80 or other streets. getting into that part of town is going to be tough. this is a look at the east bay. the south bay commute has been slow especially highway 17. let's go back to the desk. crews in concord are getting ready to demolish a burned down complex under construction when it went up in flames on tuesday morning. as firefighters are battling hotspots, demolition plans are moving forward. heavy equipment is there and ready.
250 people living next door have not been able to move into their homes because the building is not stable. the fire marshal says it's not clear when they will be allowed to go back home. the cause of the fire is under investigation. the man arrested as the golden state killer joseph deangelo will be charged with two murders in sacramento county tomorrow. >> investigators have been working to solve this case that started 44 years ago. he was taken into custody on tuesday night. investigators are not saying how deangelo became a suspect except to say dna evidence convince them they had their man. after that they watched him for a week before moving to arrest him on tuesday night. >> we developed a plan to wait for him to come out of his residence. we had a team to take him into custody. he was surprised by that.
>> investigators say they have not figured out why the crimes stopped after the 1986 rape and murder in irvine. deangelo retired from his job as a mechanic at a grocery distribution center. police say they have no record of him having legal issues during that decade time gap. >> here is a map of the times committed. they cross from sacramento to orange county. many attacks happened here in the bay area. most of them in contra costa county. joining us live is contra costa county district attorney diana becton. let me ask you where were you when you found out about the arrest and your reaction? >> thank you for having me. i was in my office yesterday morning when i received the call. i headed to sacramento immediately. my reaction was one of relief. my thoughts immediately went to
the victims of the crimes across the state of california and especially those here in contra costa county. one of gratefulness to the team that has worked so hard especially to paul who was the chief forensic officer. he recently retired but spent decades working on this case. also the team of investigators and lots -- law enforcement across california who put together the pieces to find a link that led to an arrest. >> i watched you mentioned paul. what was it that he did that made that connection between the crimes committed in northern california and southern california? >> i'm not able to speak on the specifics. we do know that new technology led to the ability to be able
to link all of these crimes together across california. also to be able to find that needle in the haystack. >> he expects to file charges against deangelo in contra costa county? >> it's too early for us to talk about what charges will be filed. the case has not been referred to our office. we have not been able to make that determination. we will be reviewing it. >> have you talked to victims or survivors of the golden state killer? >> my office -- we have a team of advocates in the district attorneys office, we've been reaching out to the victims in contra costa county. i will be personally reaching out today to see if i can talk to them. i know my office has been made contact with some of the victims. >> i've been reading and hearing many of the stories of
victims. their reactions have been breaking down in tears. that's what you would expect. >> i think that is correct. my heart immediately went out to the victims. these were brutal crimes. we've had people all over the state victimized by these crimes and who have lived in fear for so many years without any closure as to a suspect or any closure as to whether or not anyone would be apprehended. i know justice took a long time but was excited now that those pieces were put together to lead to an arrest. i hope our system will move swiftly to bring justice to those families. >> if joseph deangelo is convicted what would that mean for you in contra costa county?
>> i think justice in a case like this is one holding the person accountable for the crimes that were committed up and down the state of california. the other part is the closure. the closure for the families who have been living in this fear for so many years. now hopefully being able to move to a place of healing and closure. i think that would go a long way to making me feel justice has been served. >> do you think prosecutors should push for the death penalty? >> those cases that have spurred those special circumstances -- sacramento has filed such charges and i believe ventura has well. those decisions need to be made by those district attorneys office is. i don't care to speculate whether or not they should push for that death penalty. >> thank you for joining us
diana becton. >> thank you for having me. happened today there will be a groundbreaking on the first affordable housing project to be built in the north bay since last fall's wildfires. will be in nampa. the project was in the works prior to the fires breaking out but building cost due to the disaster and the project stalled. the housing project will provide 50 new affordable multifamily housing units. circle plans for san jose tiny homes project is starting to take shape. the pilot project is designed to provide dignified living space for the 4000 homeless people in the city. >> jesse gary live to bring us more on this new project. >> reporter: good morning. the city's housing department is finalizing the plans that will include cost and present those plans to the city council by the end of the summer. let's look at our video. to propose sites are under
consideration. one will have 40 tiny homes. each home will be around 80 square feet and cost between 18 and $20,000. people with housing subsidies will get priority and every resident will need to come to a plan to move into permanent housing. the plant includes having two full-time staffers from an organization running this program on-site at all times along with a maintenance worker, security and part-time coordinator. they will be offering resume building, financial literacy as well as conflict and resolution skills. the two sites under review, the housing team will make the recommendation to the city council by the end of the summer. the goal is to have residents moving into these homes by the end of the year. we are live outside city hall caught jesse gary, ktvu fox news. >> thank you. barrier area home prices
are going up. in the glen park neighborhood a household there for 62 percent more than the asking price. according to the website the home went on the market last month for $1.3 million and sold for more than $2.1 million. the realtor said the home had several offers in just five days. we are in the beginning of the summer travel season. southwest is experiencing a decrease in booked flights. how the deadly flight last week could impact the largest carrier in the country. play "do it like this".
despite personal information and privacy concerns more people are logging on to facebook. >> that information is taking wall street up this morning pam cook back with dollars and sense. >> facebook added more users, made more money than analysts predicted during the first quarter of this year. despite ibc cancels and that delete campaign, facebook added 50 million users in the first quarter. it posted gains in advertising revenue and $12 billion in profits. ceo mark zuckerberg told shareholders he promises to keep building facebook to not only be a service that people left to use but also one that is good for people and good for
society. when that opening bell rang this morning, facebook stocks shot up. it's up $14 a share. amd also posted earnings that exceeded analyst estimates and that report is driving the market higher. here's a live look at the dow. it's up 146 points. the nasdaq and s&p 500 gaining ground as well. especially that nasty back. it's up more than 1 1/4 percent. southwest airlines projects fewer people will fly on it's just during the next few weeks. that's after the fatal accident on a flight from new york to dallas. that airplane had to make an emergency landing as we reported in philadelphia after an engine failure that sent a flan -- fan blade into the airplane. southwest is working around the clock taking planes out of
service to meet the faa mandate to have the testing. reservations are down at southwest even though we are heading into the summer travel season and bookings are up on other airlines. the u.s. center of disease control and prevention says an additional 31 people have been affected by the ongoing e. coli outbreak. it's linked to romaine lettuce from yuma, arizona. 80 people in 19 states have been sickened by that lettuce. half of the people have been hospitalized. a few people suffered from kidney failure but so far no deaths have been reported. investigators say the lettuce was grown in the yuma, arizona area but no specific farms have been identified. youtube making changes to its kids. the update rolls out today. it gives parents the option of deciding what their kids can watch instead of computer
algorithms making that physician. parents can turn off the search function so it will suggest videos from channels that have been verified by the internal team. youtube making the change in response to complaints that the apps failed to filter out disturbing content. later this year you will be able to specifically handpick every video and channel for your child to watch. it can be very specific. some kids can handle things that others cannot. kids use youtube for school to search things. best to be right there. >> i've caught my kid asking what are you watching? >> they are looking at something you may walk off. >> nothing beats that parent over the shoulder. thank you. let's get you out the door. let's go to sal castaneda. >> we have a lot to get to.
there's a lot of late morning traffic. let's go to the bay bridge. i want to show you the traffic there that's back up 48 25 minute delay. we do have traffic in san francisco north bound 101 looks okay. if you're driving on 280 or highway one that's close at john muir. power lines are down and that's putting pressure on the commute. san mateo bridge will be tough getting off because of an accident in san mateo. this commute is very slow. if you're driving in the east bay it's very slow especially on highway 17. let's go to mark tamayo. >> good morning. not too much has changed here for the forecast. lots of clouds and temperatures holding steady in the midshipman-40s to the low 50s. the dense fog is no longer. we have a deep marine layer and now the inland areas are cooling off. the main reason there's a circulation to the west that will gradually come to the
coastline on friday and saturday, right now cloudy skies and current numbers ranging from the midshipman-40s in napa , san francisco at 51 in san jose at 55. we have cloud cover but also a few breaks in the clouds over the bay. maybe some more breaks occurring with the overcast between now and 11:00 or so. here's the weather system offshore. today cooler compared to yesterday. as the system comes on board, more of a drop off of the numbers for friday and saturday. tomorrow a chance for drizzle. saturday a few sprinkles paying us a visit. that will be a trace amount and that's it. here's the forecast model showing you there are lots of clouds tomorrow morning and a chance for drizzle. showers to the north. saturday starting the day with lots of clouds. we are tracking those
sprinkles. highs for today in the 50s to the 60s. san jose at 69. gilroy at 72. looking at your five day forecast, we will keep it cool toward the weekend and a few sprinkles as we head towards saturday. >> i thought this was the last thursday of the month. may is knocking on the door. we were there with the 80s but we want them to come back sooner than later. >> the 80s will come back pretty soon especially by midshipman-may. >> thank you. church service with a popstar twist. up next the special mass at grace cathedral in san francisco dying to bring more people into church.
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arrested yesterday after trying to run away from officers. investigators say he was a replica gun in his possession. he had an a warrant for drug and weapons offenses and not registering as a sex offender. the white house announced president donald trump will visit england on july 13 for a working visit with prime minister theresa may. we are hours away from a historic summit between north and south korea. here is the story from soul. >> reporter: there is greater security. history will be made. kim jong-un walks across the border for the first time he has visited the south i want to both sides caution there's uncertainty surrounding the visit. >> the urgency is something we all share. the united states and us. what that timeframe will be depends on the discussions at
that summit level. >> president donald trump says he has high hopes for the summit. he's expected to hold talks with kim jong-un in early may or june. >> they've given up decor notarization -- declared notarization testing. >> the trump administration announcing -- will be the next u.s. ambassador for korea. >> we need to keep the pressure on north korea. that's important. >> the summit will kickoff around 9:30 am local time on friday and lasts about 12 hours. the north is bringing nine people in its delegation.
hundreds of people showed up to san francisco's grace cathedral for a special beyonci mass. the cathedrals usual wednesday night service draws around 50 people. last night at least 900 people showed up to hear church members sink beyonci songs. some say they don't usually go to church but they were curious about the service. the reverend says it was a way to change the perception that churches are judgmental. >> we are saying, let's use that as a conversation piece to talk about god. this is a worship service. i know people think it's a gimmick or we are worshiping beyonci. that is not true. >> it was an opportunity to hang out with my friends and beyonci's spiritually. >> the reverend says she wants
to hold more beyonci masses in the future. hockey fever. how the sharks are getting ready for a big playoff series against the vegas golden knights. 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 and keep kids out of gangs, and on the right path. that's antonio villaraigosa. a governor for all of california.