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good morning, history this morning on the korean peninsula, bitter rivals for years now walking hand in hand. the big announcement made at the summit between north and south korea and how it involves the united states. plus bill cosby could get 30 years in jail. what happens next now that the jury found him guilty of sexual assault. good morning, thank you for joining us this morning on mornings on 2. friday morning april 27th. i'm pam cook. >> good morning i'm dave clark. steve is off today but let's check your weather. rosemary is here. >> we have a cool morning. a little cool. you might wand to keep your jacket over the weekend. here's a live look across the bay as we look across san francisco. sunrise, about an hour, 20 minutes or so from now. 47 right now santa rosa. 53 to started your day in san
francisco. 55 in oakland, livermore and san jose 53. into the afternoon we're turning partly sunny. for the second part of the afternoon turning cloudy to mostly clear by the time you're starting your weekend. 50s to start the morning at the coast. notice we're not going far. low 50s for the afternoon expected right about lunch time expected to hit 50 degrees and the 63 the afternoon high for hayward as well as oakland today. on the peninsula we'll go 66 in redwood city. 60degrees for san francisco. and some of our warmer locations upper 60s to near 70 degrees. temperatures won't change a whole lot getting into your bay area weekend. i'll detail that for you coming up in just a little bit. let's check the highways this morning with sal. good morning. >> good morning to you. we have traffic that's going to be a little slow on the alta
mont pass. you can see traffic lighting up the road sensors. we have some slow traffic the speeds right-hand turn too slow but there is some slowing. 15miles per hour it's pretty slow there. once you get to the livermore area looks pretty good into the castro area. this is a look at interstate 880 and you can see traffic is moving well in both directions and at the bay bridge. we don't have a big back up just yet. new this morning, history in korea. made just a little while ago and the world was watching. north korean leader kim jong-un walked hand in hand with his south korean counter part. >> after their historic summit meeting they're now calling for three way talks with the u.s. or perhaps four way talks with the u.s. and china. we now get more information from reporter mike kanter. >> reporter: a historic moment, north korean leader kim jong-un crosses into the dmz for a
summit with south korean president moon jae-in. the two crossed the line dividing their country. kim was given a ceremonial welcome and received flowers from south korean children. moon and kim made their way to the peace house where kim signed the guest book before they had a conversation about south korea's nuclear program. >> i hope we can have a conversation so we can give our citizens and everyone around the world who hope for peace a big gift. >> i hope we can meet. >> even if it's not today or this moment i believe the summit today up until the u.s.- north korean summit will be the corner stone for peace. >> reporter: this summit comes
before an upcoming meeting between the u.s. and north korea. >> it could be that i walk out quickly. it could be that the meeting doesn't take place who knows but i can tell you right now they want to meet. >> reporter: prior to the summit. the white house released photos of pompeo meeting with kim over the easter weekend. the talks has been narrowed down to five possible places. it's expected to happen in may or early june. in new york, mike kanter, fox knew. time is now 5:05, in other news later today, joseph deangelo the man known as the golden state killer will appear in court after a genealogy
website found a match. the data base they say revealed a family tree that included the relative of deangelo. now police all over the state are looking again at old cases to see if they might find a link to deangelo's dna. one woman who's mother and boyfriend were brutally murdered in santa barbara county back in 1981 is relieved to hear about these new developments. >> for years i've been talking to her spirit and just saying, we're going to get him mom, we're going to get him. >> reporter: now district attorneys in sacramento, ventura and orange county filed eight counts of murder against deangelo. and yolo county may file three rape charges for attacked that occurred more than 40 years ago in davis. we're also hearing from a couple who was terrorized by the serial rapist. 40 years ago he broke into
their home in stockton and got in through a broken lock. >> i didn't know in certain terms he was going to kill him if i didn't tie him and if he didn't cooperate. >> gaye harwick was raped for two hours until the suspect left. the suspect had worked at the supermarket chains distribution center in roseville for the past 27 years. save mart issues a statement in response to deangelo's arrest and it reads quote, none of his actions in the workplace would have led us to suspect any connection to crimes being
attributed to him. our time is now 5:08. this morning bill cosby is out on bail. he was convicted yesterday of sexual assault. >> after the verdict was read, cosby swore to district attorney. the prosecutor asked the judge to jail cosby immediately. the judge allowed cosby to leave but he must remain in pennsylvania and arrangements are being made for him to wear a gps tracking monitor. blanchard reports from the court in pennsylvania. >> bill cosby three words for you, guilty, guilty, guilty. >> after two days of deliberations cosby convicted thursday of drugging and molesting a woman in the first big trial of the me too era. >> what was revealed in this investigation is a man who has spent decade preying on women and a man who had evaded this moment here today for far too long. >> reporter: 80-year-old cosby could end up spending his final years in prison after the jury
concluded he drugged and sexually assaulted andrea constand at his pennsylvania home in 2004. cosby had claimed the encounter was consensual. >> we're very disappointed by the verdict. we don't think mr. cosby is guilty of anything. >> reporter: cosby leaving if courtroom in silence. his legal team declaring the fight is far from over. >> are you going to appeal, sir? >> yes. >> yes. >> yes very strongly. >> that was laura blanchart reporting. cosby faces up to 30 years in prison. a sentencing date has not been set at this point. one of bill cosby's more than 50 accusers is a long time resident of the bay area. patricia leary storier says cosby assaulted her when she was an aspiring singer. yesterday she was at the market with her husband when she heard about the verdict. >> i was just stunned, shocked out of my mind because i did not expect that verdict.
i started to cry and he put his hands around me. and the two of us stood at the aisle at the rite aid. >> in both cases she says she passed out after being given a drug. a national conference for survivors of sex trafficking is going to start today. it is the first time it's been held in oakland. this year's conference will be the largest gathering of survivors of sex trafficking in the united states. there will be workshops, speakers and networking to help survivors. nancy o' malley is expected to be one of those speakers. our time is now 5:10. there's a new poll from uc berkeley it give gavin newsom a sizable lead in the race for governor of california. in this case the support is 30% of likely voters.
cox is next with 18%. another republican travis allen has 16%. villaraigosa is coming in at 9%. this poll is different from the one we gave you yesterday where newson, villaroigosa and cox were all lumped together in the top three. the housing hearing starts at 6:00 this morning pacific time. last month the washington, d.c. appeals court struck down rules that were intended to limit robo calls. business groups say the feds now have a chance to clarify the definition of an automatic telephone dialing system. and to set new guidelines regarding telephone consumer protections. time is now 5:11. another shocking story, famed news man tom brokaw is in the knew. he's acued of sexual
it's if latest fine tied to the improper back channel communications between pg & e executives and staff after the pipeline blast that killed eight people and destroyed dozens of homes. time is 5:15. later today we're going to get to see the new electric bus for sam trans. sam tran ordered buses from extera. the next batch will arrive in november. 5:15 is the time right now. let's check back in with sal with a look at traffic. >> we're looking at the gilmore commute. looks pretty good so far as you
drive up gillroy into san jose -- gilroy into san jose, some people going past that. there have been no issues on northbound 280 getting up the highway on 18. this commute looks very good. hopefully it will stay nice and quiet on a friday. at the bay bridge we don't have a big back up. this morning we don't have enough traffic for the lights to be turned on yet and that's good news if you're driving into san francisco. 5:15, let's bring in rosemary. >> it's a mostly cloudy sky. a little cool out there. the warming trend is going to continue. with mid-up 50s to upper 50s expected for the next few days. we continue to watch this system right off the coastline. it is going to continue to bring us that cool air. it's also helped to mix up that marine layer. the low clouds not with us this
morning. clouds a little higher as a result. we're partly to mostly cloudy for the start of your day. by the afternoon we turn partly sunny. partly cloudy by cool. it's going to be a little breezy as well. here's a look at northern california seeing a few scattered showers here. the possibility of a little bit of drizzle in the early morning hours of saturday. it clears out once again and we're left with a partly cloudy day tomorrow and today very similar in that matter. if you're going to tahoe, going to be cool here as well. take a look at the weekend forecast. in the overnight lows mid- to upper 20s in the forecast. partly to mostly sunny but increasing a few chance of scattered showers. and struggling on sundays with the upper 40s in the afternoon. so if you're thinking about heading to tahoe going to be a cool weekend but as we said before always a beautiful weekend in tahoe. 46degrees in san francisco
right now. 55 in oakland. we have 49 to start your day in napa and 47 for santa rosa. temperatures ranging from upper 50s to 60s. upper 60s for the inland bay. we'll go 66 for santa rosa and in the south bay 62. temperatures won't change a whole lot as we get into your weekend. widespread 40s and 60s to start the day. plus a little bit of drizzle tomorrow morning. we'll be here tracking it for you. a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures in the upper 60s saturday and sunday. a nice warm upcoming our way in time for monday. but in any way we're going to enjoy the weekend just bring a jacket. $2 billion in grant money
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rest of the day. put him through another practice tomorrow. i think he needs to string together a few good days. the warriors hope steph can play against the pelicans that's tomorrow at oracle arena? let's talk about those san jose sharks they lost last night in the play off series. the golden nights had four goals in the first 40 minutes. the first was a 9-2 loss to calgary back in 1995. game two of their series is tomorrow night. time is now 5:23, amazon raising the price of its annual prime membership fee to $119 a year.
that's up from $99 a year. word of this price hike comes just a week after amazon ceo jeff beso says amazon has 100 million members around the world. members will be charged that price beginning next year. amazon officials say the price hike will help cover their costs including higher shipping fees. and researchers at the yakuba -- the university of delaware say a nap request help students with skills and better memory. researchers studied practices
it's april 27th i'm dave clark. >> good morning i'm pam cook and i will share this day with you. >> and how about rosemary. >> she's bringing a nice forecast. >> not bad at all. bring along a jacket you will be fine. i have was out yesterday, it was pretty, sunshining but if you had that little cool breeze definitely makes a difference right. temperatures this morning starting out mid-40s to mid- 50s. mostly cloudy skies. we will turn mostly cloudy in the afternoon. perhaps a tad cooler for some. san francisco right now 53- degree as we take a look into the city. dark start for you there. santa rosa in the upper 40s. most of these very similar to where we were yesterday with a few degrees some a tad warmer, some a tad cooler. oakland reporting 12 and we will con to have the on shore breeze for the evening as well.
picking up on a little bit of blue. maybe a few patches of drizzle. for the second part of the afternoon clearing out with partly cloudy skies. temperatures upper 50s in pacifica for the afternoon. 60degrees in san francisco. mid- to upper 50s across the bay. we'll go low 50s for oakland as well as hayward. upper 50s expected in areas over the east bay, inner east bay and morgan hill. i have the latest on what you can expect if you're going to play the giants. let's check those highways this morning, sal how are you doing. >> doing well. thank you very much. right now traffic is moving along pretty well if you're driving on the roads. we're looking at the commute from solano county. we do have a couple of things on the way at hunterville area into vallejo just over the hill. it's not causing a big delay but i want you to know it's
there as you head over. 80 westbound from the carquinez strait taking about 20 minutes to drive the stretch. a you get to the plaza is backed up so those lights did come on. i did hear of a fire, the fire on 320 the fire department is now on the way. a woman who killed her children was up for parol, the board recommended she not be released. >> the governor has a final say on whether or not she will be released. family members plan to hold a knew conference on why she should not be paroled this afternoon.
a mother from sasoon city has been arrested for putting her three children in the locked cargo area of a u-haul truck. someone called police saying the children might be locked inside. when police arrived they found the three children had been locked inside and unable to open the door. the mother was taken into custody and faces child endangerment charges. joseph deangelo is expected to make his first court appearance today. he's the suspected rapist and killer who terrorized the area in the 1970s and 80s. investigators reported yesterday they used a genealogy data base. we have learned a 13th killing
from a case in vaselia has also been linked to deangelo. police departments all over the stays are now taking a close look at old cases to see if they may be linked to deangelo's dna: authorities were back at deangleo's home yesterday. they seized computers, documents and other possible evidence that might connect him to the violent crime wave. people living in that neighborhood are still shockedded to hear that a suspected serial killer was living close by -- are still shocked to hear that a suspected serial killer was living close by. >> to have grown up with the fear of him and then find out he lived right around the corner. >> deangelo is expected in court at1:30 this afternoon. the two most popular sites ancestry.com and 23 and me say
that they do not have warrants related to this case. a lot of questions are coming up after the golden state killer was found. >> reporter: typically dna from crime scenes are matched up to dna in police data bases. but this time, investigators did something very different that led them to joseph deangelo. >> we had dna in many of these cases from the suspect. what we did using this dna technology is it didn't give us a suspect what it gave us is a universe. >> reporter: a universe of data bases where customers submit dna samples that are compared to others to find relative and create family trees. >> when you submit a dna sample that will go out and it will basically be compared with all the other people in the
commercial data base. >> reporter: uc berkeley chemistry professor richard mathis is a national expert who's team has worked on dna analysis for 20 years. he says commercial dna websites use different genetic markers than the dna labs but can still find connections. >> there's a lot of controversy in the forensic science community about whether you should use genetics to identify people who are related to criminals. >> reporter: investigators say they used the family trees to identify possible suspects eventually leading them to deangelo. the sacramento county d.a. says after collecting two discarded samples they had a match. the united kingdom is far ahead of the u.s. with genetic analysis. with genetic testing becoming
popular, we need to think more about our privacy. we will go live to sacramento for this afternoon's court hearing, stay with us. north korean leader kim jong-un crossed the border into the south and walkedded -- walked hand in hand with south korea's president. they announced plans to push for two way talks with the u.s. or perhaps four way talks with the u.s. and china. they want to stop the war. >> the first time any north korean president has since the korean war. this is setting the stage for the summit between president
trump and kim jong-un. >> we're cautiously optimistic about upcoming hearings but we recognize that he's been a murderous dictator. who has been dishonest on national stage many times before. >> north and south korea have agreed to stop all hostile acts that can cause military tensions and clashes. they also agreed to suspend all loud speaker propaganda broadcast at the border starting may 1st. north korean leader kim jong-un is expected to meet with president trump sometime in late may or june. german chancellor angela merkle to meet with president president. she is expected to try to convince president trump to keep the u.s. in the iranian nuclear agreement. the president has set a may 12th deadline to decide whether or not to keep the deal or pull out. >> reporter: some members of congress want to know why house speaker paul ryan asked the
house chaplain to resign. reverend patrick conroy resigned earlier this month. in a letter sent to paul ryan that was sent earlier this week, as you have requested i here by offer the resignation of the 16th chaplain. now many democrat house members want to know why reverend conroy was asked to resign. the house speaker said he never asked the chaplain to retire. bill cosby remains free after a pennsylvania jury found him guilty yesterday of sexual assault on a retrial of felony charges. cosby was agreed of drugging and sexually assaulting andrea constand back if 2004. his attorney argued that the sexual contact was consensual
and described her as a liar. >> what was revealed through this investigation is a man who has spent decade preying on women who had drugged and sexually assaulted and a man who had evaded this moment here today for far too long. the 80-year-old cosby now faces up to 30 years in prison. our time is 5:38. former network tv anchor tom brokaw denies reports that he sexually harassed two women he worked for in the 1990s. one of those women is linda vester. she claims brokaw tried to grope her and keus -- kiss her as well as trying to show up uninvited to her hotel room. neither women reported the incidents at the time. they say they worried about hurting their careers. tom brokaw denies the
allegations. now to a story of kindness and generosity and it involves an oakland police officer who found a way to help a family of eight. he heard they needed a car and responded. ktvu's paul chamber tells us what happens next brought that officer to tears. >> reporter: a chance meeting has forever changed the lives of an oakland family and a police officer. >> the mother took the initiative to call me over while i was doing something else. can you just spend a few minutes. >> before ira i tell you there were a lot of things they saw negative about police officers. >> reporter: that was nearly a year ago. since then officer ira anderson has adopted the family. even taking the kid to the beach. >> things have been tough for us because we had to move out of where we were baa of the high rent. >> reporter: the family hit a
hardship and lost their home. they had to move into this camper. a few months later they hit another roadblock. >> everything we have goes to our children. i was trying to save up for another vehicle. >> reporter: now they don't have to thanks to the kindness of officer anderson. he contacted auto plus towing as he was helping the family buy a vehicle. the owner of the tow company was so touched they decided to gift the family a vehicle. >> offer officer anderson and the owner of the tow company says that acts of kindness is
what we should do for each other. >> reporter: officer anderson says he is only doing what his mother thought him. he says helping the family is a way to pay it forward. >> we just need to give each other the time of day because we're all human beings. we're all in this struggle. we can all help each other. >> this is true community policing. we need a community that loves their police and we need police who love their community. >> reporter: auto towing is paying all fees for the vehicle including registration so the family can have their car by the weekend. cracking down on people who have service animals. we're talking about fining people who lie about needing
welcome back to mornings on 2. our time is 5:44. happening today. fire investigators in concord may give us an update on when the people who were evacuated on tuesday morning because of a big fire at an apartment complex can go back home. we're back out there live this morning. these are live pictures. this is that apartment complex off clayton road and galindo that was still under construction when it was engulfed in flames. firefighters are making sure there are no more flair ups out there. yesterday the demolition crews were busy.
they started tearing it down what's left of that apartment complex. the people who live next door have not been able to go back to their homes because of fears the building that burned may collapse. fire crews say they have made progress but they still have concerns. >> there's still of a danger of collapse that could impact those units. and secondarily, the county health department has identified health issues related to the air quality investigators. authorities say that fire was first reported about 5:00 last night at a mobile home park on hermitage street near highway 37. they found the body of a man in his 20s. he may have ran back into the
home searching for his niece. fire crews started a frantic search of the park after they found out a 4-year-old was missing. >> the 4-year-old who was reported missing has been located she is unharmed. >> reporter: the girl was with relatives at another home. authorities have not yet released the name of a man who died. there's no word yet on the possible cause of the fire. time is now 5:46. more than $2 billion will soon be invested in local transportation process. the funding will come from sb1. it will be used for several projects. and the capital corridor train will get funding to rerout trains between oakland and newark so they can connect to transit in the freemont newark area. a project to help ease traffic
jams along highway 101 in san mateo county is also expected to get more than $250 million in state funding. the money would help pay to turn one of the lanes between redwood city and sfo into an express lane. that would link up with existing hov lanes that are further south. now the bart extension to san jose also gets an infusion of the gas tax to bring the rail system to the south bay. 5:47 is the time. speaking of the south bay. hopefully that commute is doing well this morning. let's check in with sal. >> it's not bad. we're going to talk about it in a bit. we do have a problem with the caldecut. westbound traffic is moving well. you can see traffic on the road sensors showing a little bit of
a slow down eastbound. we're going to keep an eye on that for you. let's go to the altamont pass. now beginning to fill in. it's a little slow here before you get to the altamont. once you drive over the altamont it looks good to livermore. if you're driving down 180 the traffic here has been okay. there was a crash northbound 208 and 80 no injuries there but maybe causing some slow downs. good morning to you. we've got some nice weather coming our way in time for your bay area weekend. a little bit on the cool side. but not too bad. mostly cloudy skies to start the day. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. and for the afternoon, 60s to about 70. that's where we stop. giving you a view there at storm tracker 2. not really picking up on any drizzle out there this morning. although we have a very slight possibility. the cloud cover in place this
morning. a little higher. the low cloud mixed out by the system that is right off the coastline and providing areas of northern california, oregon and farther north a little bit of rain there. for us it's just going to be a cool day. if you're thinking about heading to tahoe. a very slight chance for a few scat everyday showers on sunday. here's a look at the futurecast model for you as we get into the afternoon. we'll turn partly cloudy. as we get into tomorrow morning though it looks like we may see the possibility of the cloud and the drizzle return early on before we are left with partly cloudy skies once again for your saturday afternoon. today, tomorrow, even into sunday only minor changes expected and temperatures won't be moving a whole lot. here's a look at the numbers right now outside your door starting in the north bay. 47-degree in santa rosa. in the inner east bay 53 walnut creek. getting out the door sfo, redwood city to mountain view. and along the east bay shore 56 degrees this morning in hayward. at the inner east bay a lot of 50s to go around.
how about 54 in alamo and antioch. you're checking in at 55. afternoon highs for today, a little cool at the coast. take a look at that pacifica. will only go to 60 for san francisco. low 60s expected for berkeley, oakland down to hayward. upper 60s as well as the afternoon high for santa rosa. our south bay locations upper 60ss to near70-degrees. and low 60s for the afternoon in santa cruz. going to see the giants play, you're probably going to need a jacket. game time with a breeze and 56. afternoon highs don't change a whole lot with a mix of sun and clouds. tomorrow, tomorrow and sunday. we get into warmer weather as we get into monday, tuesday. but who wants to think about
we can now use a blood sample toh care, target lung cancer more precisely. if we can do that, imagine what we can do for asthma. and if we can stop seizures in epilepsy patients with a small pacemaker for the brain, imagine what we can do for multiple sclerosis, even migraines. if we can use patients' genes to predict heart disease in their families, imagine what we can do for the conditions that affect us all. imagine what we can do for you.
welcome back to mornings on 2. 5:52, we know the name of the new baby prince. the name of the son of the duke and dutchess of cambridge is, louis arthur charles. louis is a nod to prince phillip who's father was named prince louis. the name arthur is a family tradition it's the middle name of both william and charles. with the ninth pick in the
2018 draft, with the 19th pick, the san francisco giants select mcglinchey. >> he was a guy who came in and just kind of owned the room. and everyone felt it wasn't just me. kyle felt that way, our coaches that were in the room felt that way. our scouts in the room. he's got a special presence to him. he's real, he's authentic. and he's a bad as and we like that. and he will be playing against his cousin. mcclinchey's cousin is quarterback matt ryan. and they know they made a second pick. >> the oakland raiders select
colton miller. offensive tackle ucla. >> see pam's happy. colton miller is a big guy. he's expected to fill one of those holes in the offensive line. and by the way he's also from roseville. >> when you talk about pass protection and standing in from of this guy. that's what he does. he has the lenght, he's got the feet. when you talk about the lenght pulling this guy has a lot talent. >> after drafting miller the raiders traded a third round draft pick to pittsburgh to get wide receiver martavis bryant who had 50 catches and three touchdowns last year. he was also suspended last season for violating the substance abuse policy. round two and three begin today at 4:00. the raiders have two picks.
the 49ers have three picks. and don't forget you can get all of your local news on ktvu plus. coming up in our 6:00 hour, tracking down the golden state killer. how popular genealogy websites might play a role if other cases. >> also bill cosby was convicted. found guilty of sexual assault. how much time he could possibly face in prison because of that conviction. heading out to the richmond bridge? traffic does look pretty good here so far. a you drive over to san rafael. >> and our cool down will continue as we head into our bay area friday. we'll check out on your current conditions coming up.
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arrest of the golden state killer. we'll tell you about the technology used to connect him to the crime. >> good morning, thank you for joining us on this friday morning april 27th almost the end of april. >> almost. >> i'm pam cook. >> and good morning i've dave clark. let's talk about your morning weather. steve is off today but rosemary is in her office. >> can't believe it almost coming to the end of april. good morning to you. the final weekend of april going to be a little cool. not too bad. a mix of sun and clouds and we're starting with a mix of sun and clouds. isn't that a gorgeous shot for you right there. we will be partly sunny for the day. we'll clear out a little bit more. here's another shot a we look out toward san francisco from ktvu. san francisco 54 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. 46 in santa rosa. 55 in oakland. how 50s in livermore