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a royal wedding with an american twist. a ceremony today at windsor castle filled with pomp and circumstance for prince harry and meghan markle. you see these pictures right here and what we are learning from the fire officials on the scene. good evening to you. we begin with the royal wedding. britain's prince harry, the sixth in line, for the throne, married meghan markle at windsor castle to date. you can see after the ceremony that the couple attended a daytime reception for almost 1000 wedding guests. then they got into a 1968 jaguar and took off for an evening reception for 200 of those guests.
they now had the title of the duke and duchess of sussex. our reporter joins us more on this wedding that have more than a few american touches. >> reporter: it is cold as you can see now in windsor after dark. but it was then -- an absolutely perfect day in england in the springtime. the paper today as i should say since we are into sunday, it pretty much uniformly has to kiss on the front page. it is the cover story and the photo that everybody seem to have loved the most. that with so many fantastic moments and let's take a look at some of the highlights of the date. >> -- day. >> i megan take you harry? >> reporter: the bride and groom took the bow simply as harry and megan markel.
they were married in front of 600 people inside of the st. george's chapel, and millions watched around the world. >> reporter: the ceremony including -- included some american touches including a song sung by stand by me. >> there is power, power in love. if you don't believe me, think about a time when you first fell in love. the whole world seemed to center around you and your beloved. >> reporter: nearly 100,000 people lined the streets of windsor to watch and celebrate with the happy couple. >> it was a really nice atmosphere and everybody was really excited to be here. >> it was amazing!
>> reporter: audrey, the dress was quite spectacular. that was something that we had all been waiting to see with that incredibly long train and the veil. prince harry was in his full military regalia looking as everyone has concluded here so dapper. >> it was quite the ceremony even for those who are not interested. back to that address. do we know who designed it? >> reporter: yes, it was claire wade keller, a british designer for the french house givenchy. they were chosen for their timeless time on the dress.
the veil was 15 feet long and you might not have been able to see it because many of the photos were far away, but embroidered into it more flowers from the 50 commonwealth countries that were part of the former british empire because that is going to be an important part of the suffix new gig the self assist -- the new gig. this was her show of appreciation to the queen for having given them this important assignment. >> it was quiet long to the point where somebody had to help her and she was exiting and after the marriage was sealed. it was intriguing to watch. glamour couple george clooney and his wife were among the people that attended. other celebrities included
serena williams, oprah winfrey, elton john, and others. kensington palace tweeted out pictures of the royal wedding cake. it was designed by a former bay area pastry chef. it consisted of lemon sponge drizzled with elderflower syrup. it was created by a team of seven bakers. the head baker grew up in california and worked as a pastry chef at barclays famed -- barclays -- barclays -- berkleys. a -- an apartment fire has
caused a portion of the road to close. firefighters were able to get the fire under control in less than one hour. the fire department tweeted out this photo showing significant damage to the outside of that building. firefighters have not said if anyone was injured and they are still looking into how that fire started. at this time, middlefield road is still closed. we are learning more about the texas high school shooting. we learned today that j.j. watt will pay for the funeral cost of the 10 people that lost their lives. authorities also released were details about the suspect who is accused of murdering eight students and two teachers at santa fe high school yesterday morning. >> reporter: authorities here in santa fe are learning key details about the shooting directly from the accused gunman. dmitrios pagourtzis is talking and the 17-year-old is in custody charge in the friday shooting at a santa fe high
school. 10 people were killed, mostly students. another 13 people were injured, some seriously. >> i did not know if i was going to make it out. that was what was rushing through my head. >> reporter: pagourtzis told authorities he targeted students he did not like. he did not shoot students he did like so he could have the story told. he had been planning to commit suicide, but admits he lost the courage to go through with it. investigators found journals in his home detailing the plans for the attack. officials now say that many of the explosives were not functional and could not detonate. this congressman compares the shooting to hurricane harvey, a disaster striking the houston area, what a tragedy they will overcome. >> we are going to get through this. we will once again laugh. it will be a while, but we will get through this. >> reporter: governor greg
abbott is calling for roundtable discussion starting next week about gun violence in his state. it was just over six months ago when another gunman walked into a texas church and murdered 26 people. >> we have reaction now from a well-known local about what happened there in santa fe. steve kerr tweeted this and said that over 75% of school shooting start with kids having access to unsold geared or unsupervised guns. gun owners have a responsibility to store their firearms securely. a sacramental gun shop said cosco has removed their advertising banner from their store. if a business donates $500 to the children's miracle network, that business can hang a banner inside of the retail location. but this manager said his gun shop has donated to that charity and has put his banner
inside of two cosco locations for years. but one of the locations refunded the shops donations and then removed the ad. >> they told us it was against their guideline and they did not want to have the banner up in their store anymore. >> there has not been any official comment yet from cosco. firefighters were able to quickly put out a house fire. the fire broke all -- out this morning and started in the garage and was spreading to the homes next door, but they were able to get it out in time. part of the roof collapsed, but nobody was hurt. a new bill making its way to sacramento would allow for more say funding for housing public transit centers.
senate bill 961 would not raise taxes, but would allow cities and counties to use a portion of future revenue collected for specific types of projects. the bill also ensures that 40% of the money would be used for low income highs in. -- housing. kaiser permanente says they will donate 200 million towards affordable housing. the ceo said he used the investment as an extension of the healthcare services saying public health gets a big boost from stable living conditions. the unincorporated community of mountain house in san joaquin county is raising from the ashes. it was built during the housing boom, then crashed during the housing slump. buyers who are now priced out
of the bay area are now returning. >> reporter: you can move in and even by. >> there has been almost equally as many people coming through on the grand opening. >> reporter: 3 1/2 years ago, signature homes built the first project with about 100 to homes. the second phase will welcome 92 lots of the same entry-level homes, that are now being quickly snapped up. >> we started the second release this morning and sold the second release out. we have people coming out to get prequalified and waiting for houses. >> reporter: it has been a signature date were -- day, were three new neighborhoods are opening. >> we have homes from 1900 square feet all the way up to 3000 square feet. >> reporter: just west of tracy
mountain, it was billed as a town for tomorrow, but became a foreclosure nightmare with the housing market crashed in 2008. people owed more than the properties were worth. this resident remembers the dark days. >> during the worst of the time, the used to be for sale signs and it looked like light poles. it was very scary when everybody left. >> reporter: shopping and gas stations remain. >> i feel like there is a lot of stuff missing. all that i see is the homes and they don't have a large shopping center. i see a lot of people having to drive all the way to tracy. >> reporter: highly rated schools and affordability are the selling points, and that is just fine for the builders who
are building houses for people working in the bay area and silicon valley. the answers to the bay area housing crisis may be just down the road. coming up, new details about a deadly plane crash in cuba that left more than 100 people dead. the coast guard takes off their boat safety week and the tips to stay safe on the water. some clouds this morning, but lots of sunshine this afternoon. look at what is already developing, the patchy fog is regrouping near the coast. we will tell you the timing of the next warming trend when we come back. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
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hawaii, and the volcano does not show any signs of slowing down. fast-moving lava from one of the cracks begin to cover the roads leading four people trapped. the hawaii national guard had to fly in and rescue them. another smaller explosion from the summit sent ash thousands of feet into the air. another eruption could happen again at any time. the death toll from a plane crash in cuba has risen to 110. the plane went down in the field shortly after leaving the main airport in havana. we learned today that one of the three women who initially survived the crash has now passed away. that leaves two other survivors here, and they both are in critical condition. the president set a special commission is investigating what caused the plane to go down.
the u.s. coast guard lost their safe boating week today with a free water safety fair. our reporter was in sausalito with the advice from experts on how to stay safe on the water. >> reporter: from land, sea, and air, the u.s. coast guard demonstrates how to prevent danger on the water and rescues people in jeopardy. the annual water safety fair is also time for people to to ask questions to the first responders. >> it is better to clarify something and then don't ask, and then get into a position to where we will have to come out and save you. >> reporter: they explained the importance of marking watercraft. >> anytime we get a report of a kayak or anything, we launch a full emergency situation case. we don't know if somebody went overboard and their craft is floating around and they are in distress. >> reporter: they encourage
people to take free contact stickers to put on the panel craft. the coast guard can make a call to find out what is going on. >> we can help the people get there paddle board back or their kayak back and then we can know everybody is home safe. >> reporter: a simple action that can save time and resources. >> if you are on the water, have a radio. cell phones don't always work. the quicker you can make a call to the coast guard on channel 16, the quicker you can get help. >> reporter: before you go on the water, the coast guard said you should always have a plan and let people know exactly where you are going to be. also, know your limitations and if you have never paddled out in the bay before, then take a class. >> reporter: in the east bay, people gather to take part in the oakland greek festival. it takes place in the oakland hills at the greek orthodox of
the ascension. it features live music and food and crass. the festival continues tomorrow starting at 11:00 a.m.. to find out if the weather is going to be great for that, we will turn that over to our meteorologist mark tamayo. it started out a little gloomy, did the sun came out and it was a great day. >> the wind help to clear things out. >> some sunshine today and a nice start to the weekend. definitely not a warm day out there as most locations were in the 50s and 60s. take a look at the high temperatures from this afternoon. it was 55 degrees in pacifica 278 degrees in antioch. most areas were a bit cooler than yesterday. santa rosa maxed out at 75 degrees. another big event tomorrow will be the bay to breakers. by
11:00 a.m., still some patchy fog and not a big change in the temperature around 85 degrees or 59 degrees. here is what is happening on the satellite as you can see here, we have some more showers and thunderstorms popping up around portions of the sierra. look at all of those thunderstorms that struck out there earlier today. this is still an active weather pattern to our east, but we still had the low clouds and fog, and the clouds will work their way back into the bay as we head into your saturday night and sunday morning. we have santa rosa in the upper 60s. san jose is at 63 degrees and livermore is back down to the upper 50s. we are showing you the wind speeds and in oakland, that is a gust of 32 miles per hour.
it was a bit blustery as the wind picked up out of the west. here is our life care looking out -- camera looking out toward san francisco. there is a chance we could have some drizzle in the morning to start out your sunday. dense fog out there and what will be changing is this. a deeper marine layer will help to transport the marine layer inland. the warmest location divorce will approach the low to mid 70s. overnight low temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s to start out your sunday morning. by lunch time, patchy fog and 57 degrees with partly sunny skies around 4:00 p.m. and temperatures around 60. the system will be heading toward southern california by monday and tuesday.
as it does, we will clear things out and warm up the temperature by a few degrees on monday and tuesday. some clouds tomorrow morning and then by the afternoon, skies becoming partly cloudy. still some patchy fog cosigned and partly cloudy skies around the bay with hazy sunshine inland. tomorrow will be a little bit cooler than today. we will want things up a little bit by monday and tuesday. we will be up a few degrees as we start off the work week. >> it will be a little windy, yesterday and today. >> you cannot really get rid of the winds this time of the year. >> thank you so much. both the oakland a's and giants were in early action today. plus the running of the preakness stakes. we have sports coming up next and we will find out if justify was able to win.
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tomorrow. some will put on crazy costumes and are expected to participate. yesterday, participants began picking up their race packets during a health and wellness expo. traffic along the race route will be diverted starting early tomorrow. the race runs to the heart of the city from downtown near the bay to ocean beach and begins at 8:00 a.m. , and ends at ocean beach along the great highway. if you are going to be in the area, maybe take public transportation and not drive. we are going to talk a little horse racing and sports. the -- horseracing becomes a thing every spring. even more so as long as the triple crown remains a possibility as justify was trying to keep hope alive today. it was foggy, muddy, and went.
out of the gate, we have an eight horse race. the heavy favorite one the kentucky derby two weeks ago, and down the street they come for an exciting finish. >> as the field comes to the final turn, it is justify in front! justify, he is unstoppable!! >> unstoppable in the first two out of three. the belmont stakes are coming up on june 9. this is supposed to be the toughest road trip of the season for the oakland a's. apparently nobody told them that. oakland is playing great baseball back east and this is the third out of four against the blue jays. after this home run, it is 2-0 toronto. been with the oakland a's down three, he hits a grand slam and
the oakland a's come from behind and win it 5-4. with the rockies and the giants, i think the dog is the most comfortable. brandon crawford is this one down the line, and the giants go from being down to a leading score of 3-2. in the sixth inning, he was not done, and he goes upstairs. the giants win it 9-4. >> for mark and the whole team here, we will see you right back here at 10:00 p.m. thank you so much for joining us. crystal geyser alpine springpasses through here, and is bottled right here. at the mountain source. naturally. crystal geyser is the only major u.s spring water bottled at the mountain source. naturally.
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