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basketball, soccer, bmx biking or just a few of the major sporting events happening around town this weekend, ktvu elissa harrington is live in oakland after talking to feds about the bay area's comeback of big events, alyssa that's right. you know, we got a chance to check out the ncaa men's tournament game at the chase center, even though tickets were really expensive about seven, several $100 apiece. we got to talk to some bay area sports fans who said it was such a treat. they don't have to spend money on airfare. they can just head over to san francisco to see the game and take part in this thrilling tournament. college basketball fans decked out in blue or red pack the chase center in san francisco's mission bay saturday afternoon for the duke versus arkansas game in the men's ncaa tournament. practically blue devil nation, you know if you look around here, it's all duke. it's a sea of blue. many fans didn't have to travel far at all. for some march madness. we met a lot of families from the bay area. who took advantage of watching these two powerhouse
teams in their own backyard like this father and daughter from marin county. it's kind of last minute but i decided to rally my dad because i mean, why not? that's a pretty cool opportunity to be able to go like right close to home. they said they were happy to have big events back after two years of covid shutdowns and restrictions, love it much needed live music. live sports, the more the merrier. ticket holders did still have to show proof of vaccination or a negative covid tests before entering chase center this year is the first time san francisco has hosted an ncaa tournament games since its inaugural year back in 1939. that's just a magical feeling. you know, it's my backyard live just 40 minutes away from here in a social media post mayor london breed urged to visitors to do some sightseeing and eat at local restaurants. that's exactly what razorbacks fan laura jacobs, who flew in from arkansas decided to do we have been eating so. well, while we've been here, we also took a trip to the golden gate bridge, golden gate park and quite tower
. there were several events that attracted tourists to the city this weekend. there was an international sailing competition organizers expected about 12,000 people to attend over the three day event. also in the south bay paypal park hosted an international soccer game. cheetahs vs club leon and in santa clara, bmx fans got to watch the golden state national racing event. the draw might be the bmx, but what it brings to the community as far as economic impact, just bringing people together. it's getting people out of the house. the chase center is down hosting ncaa tournament games this season. the final four in the championship will be held in new orleans' reporting live in oakland. i'm elissa harrington ktvu, fox two news. alright, elissa. thank you, the oakland roots soccer club holding its season opener tonight. the big project we started last year was called the anti racist project, and that is to tackle racism in american soccer. not just by putting a t shirt on a player or a tweet on social media, but actually training executives in
the boardroom and youth soccer how to understand this issue and how we can affected and changed and really get rid of it forever. coming up at 10 30 with the team is doing not only on the field but off it as well to put an end to racism in american soccer. all right, we have been hearing about it now for a couple of days. possible rain might complicate our plans for sunday, ktvu chief meteorologist mark tamayo joining us now with details of the system that's developing hi there, christina. yes we do have increasing confidence that this system will be packing at least a moderate to possibly some heavy rain, especially by this time tomorrow , so we'll jump right into it for sunday for this is for basically sunday evening into sunday night into early monday morning. rainfall expectations almost a half an inch to over an inch of rain winds could be gusting to 25 to 35 miles an hour. so here is the next storm, developing offshore kind of in two phases that front that blue line that area of low pressure that circulation that could generate some thunderstorms as we head into monday, now tomorrow morning not too much happening just yet. mostly
cloudy skies, maybe a little bit of some results, so don't expect the storm just yet. tomorrow morning, but then look what happens by five o'clock and into the evening hours. a rainfall rates really pick up. coming up a lot more on this system will talk about possibly some changing conditions in the five day forecast will have that all in a few minutes. alright. looking forward to it, mark. thank you now to senators a where police are investigating a deadly hit and run crash involving a motorized scooter. it happened just before two a.m. in the area of lucrecia avenue and tashi drive. police say the driver of a honda sedan collided with a person on a scooter and then took off a second vehicle of white suv then struck that down rider and that driver also took off. the victim was taken to the hospital with major injuries and did not survive. this is the 24th traffic fatality in san jose so far this year. frightening moments caught on camera as a bicyclist in san jose, runs a red light and narrowly escapes a crash between two cars. home security video
shows that crash near 17th in julian streets on friday. it appears a cyclist would have been hit had it not been for the porsche suv running a red light, too, in the opposite direction. the driver of the porsche was reportedly refusing to stop for police in san jose before it slammed into that silver sedan. you can see the cyclist was also almost hit, but was able to pedal away. the driver of the porsche was reportedly taken into custody. the white house works tonight to clarify comments made by president biden. some people think the forceful condemnation you're about to hear a president putin today was a call for regime change. we will have a different future, brighter future rooted in democracy in principle, hope and light. decency and dignity of freedom and possibilities. for god's sake, this man cannot remain power. the president made that comment during a trip to ukraine's neighbor, poland. hours after speech, the white house issued a statement saying
quote the president's point was that putin cannot be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region. he was not discussing putin's power in russia or regime change. this escalation of rhetoric included a warning for russia not to move beyond ukraine's borders. don't even think. about moving on one single inch of nato territory. we have sacred obligation. we have a sacred obligation under article five to defend each and every inch of nato territory. the full force of our collective power. all of this happened the same day multiple explosions hit love. even crane, the governor of that region, says a man has been detained on suspicion of espionage at the site of a rocket attack. jeff paul has a story from levi. as night falls here in la vive any sort of sense of security this city might have had left is now gone. officials confirming two missile strikes happening about a mile
away from the city center where we are where fire crews right now are actively trying to put out a fire that happened shortly after that attack. our sources believe the target was an oil or fuel depot, according to the head of the regional levin military ministrations. as many as five people were injured, so we were inside the epicenter and we heard the siren. so everyone left and we were sitting in a car for a couple of minutes. after that. it was the first time and after a couple of seconds, maybe such a seconds second bombing. and everyone left to the shelter. the mayor of la vive, saying the russian army is responsible. but he says the impact of this attack on other buildings in the area right now appears to be minimal. after a fairly quiet few days running around 4 17 local time is when we started to hear the first air raid sirens go off. there was some sort of rumbling in the general area, and after a
short time, that's when we started to see thick black smoke billowing into the air. the mayor of la vive is warning residents. after today's most recent attack, there could be more on the horizon, but he is pointing out the location in time of today's strike, saying that he believes it was a way for putin to say hello. the president biden in the ukraine. jeff paul fox news. all today, demonstrators in castro valley lined up along redwood road and castro valley boulevard, holding signs and waving ukrainian flags and a show of solidarity state senator bob mycoskie wachowski rather also taking part in the event. he told us the rally was a way to show unified support for the ukrainian people, no matter political beliefs. it's nice for finally put down their political differences and say we're united on this. the europeans unite on this. we're all in it together, and it warms one's hard. this was just one of many ukrainians support rallies happening across the world. today the invasion is creating
one of the biggest refugee crisis in modern time as more than two million ukrainians have been seeking safety in poland. president biden meeting with children in warsaw today. he shared a bit of what they told him. each one of those children said something deflect safer for my dad and my grandfather and my brother. specter finding. more on this coming up a bit later in this newscast and hear how concern is mounting over poland's ability to handle the massive influx of refugees. surveillance video now shows how an 85 year old man was attacked right in front of his home in daly city, and this is not the first time that he's been targeted. investigators are hoping that that video combined with this footage here, home security camera, the neighborhood, capturing a person running away. and as ktvu greg liggins reports, the families asking the public for help and identifying that person. 85 year old solomon hernandez had finished mowing his front lawn at his home on highgate drive
friday evening at around 5 30 when suddenly he was approached from behind and kicked son, rolando hernandez is incensed by what he saw more #### off. they're never watching that video. i can't even find a word for coward, man. just some bs. after the attack, hernandez struggled, failing to get up on his own. minutes later, his wife came to his aid and helped him to his feet. his arm has been badly injured and his bandaged he's in pain physically and emotionally and says he doesn't know who attacked him. i don't have an idea. i don't get it. i don't hear the idea. why is this is the second time last year and september. you do the same thing and that corner, hernandez assumes the attacker is the same person and says robbery is not the motive since nothing was taken in either incident, police and the family have been trying to see if neighbors have additional video that might lead to the attacker. though the suspect is unknown, hernandez's son says he has an inkling of
who the attacker might be someone his father knows, but he didn't want to elaborate in case he's wrong. the first time honestly, like i said, we thought it was random. but when you come into the property here now it's targeted. now it's targeted. i mean, we have suspicious who might be, but we can't say it because that's not right, you know, but we have a pretty good idea who it is. additional footage from a neighbor's surveillance video shows the suspect fleeing the scene wearing gray pants, a black hoodie cap and mask. so far, no one in the family has been able to id the suspect in any of the videos, but they're hoping someone who saw something will come forward and contact police. in daly city. greg liggins ktvu fox two news. we're following developing news on the east coast tonight. the partial collapse of a parking garage kills one person plus it was my first time being a tornado, and that's my profit in my last time. well, the 16 year old
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from homes. so far, though, the flames have destroyed any structures. the cause is under investigation, and it's burning near the site of a previous fire a year ago. that destroyed more than 1000 homes, the teenager who survived a dizzying experience by getting caught up in a tornado this week in his vehicle as a new reason to celebrate tonight earlier today, a chevy dealership in fort worth, texas, donated a new 2022 silverado to riley leone. in addition to that his family was given a check for $15,000 to help him with his medical expenses fractured his back when a tornado tossed the truck he was driving monday on its side. take a look at the terrifying video there. after getting spun around that tornado blew the truck back on its tires, allowing leon to drive away as you see there on the chevrolet dealership discovered leon didn't have medical insurance company wanted to do more than just hand over a new truck. we saw the video. we were all very moved, you know? you see what happened. you think about your
child being in that truck spinning around. so we were just honestly we're really pleased and thankful that he was safe. and as soon as we as soon as we recognized it, you know, we've immediately we're trying to reach out trying to find him respected this and they mean a lot to shadow for helping me out in the and we're rolling in style to check this out. leon was on his way back from a job interview. where christina water burger. i love that when he encountered the tornado. i know you did. he ended up getting getting that job. by the way. they have these new this new right to take him to that job is first day at work by the way. monday marked pretty cool story there. what a week. yeah exactly. and weather wise. yeah after are kind of a stale weather pattern seems like forever. we're actually talking about some real rainfall. by this time tomorrow, rainfall rates will be picking up and we're not expecting. maybe when expecting 2 to 3 inches, but still more than a few sprinkles about a half an inch to over an inch of rain, and you'd see our thinking with the timeline. not too much happening tomorrow. now
for the morning hours, there is the chance we could have some drizzle around seven o'clock tomorrow morning, then a chance of one o'clock and then things really ramp up. you get the idea with our thinking here on the timeline by tomorrow evening, we are expecting moderate. even some heavy rainfall here. you can see one of the forecast models trying to bring in those accumulations here in the focus could actually be in the south bay as well. and even down toward monterey bay as well. so you see those numbers adding up as we're kind of tracking two systems. first the front that's going to be moving on board tomorrow evening and in the area of low pressure, it's gonna be headed towards southern california on monday. now we actually have a flash flood watch posted for the burn areas down to our south closer to a big sur. this is from seven p.m. sunday until six a.m. on monday so the possibility of some flash flooding and debris flow and rainfall expectations in this area possibly could be over two inches. here's a satellite for us right now. lots of cloud cover, so we have lots of sunshine today away from the coastline, but the clouds
steadily marching in over the past few hours. here is a look at our current temperatures, not incredibly cold, most areas in the forties to the fifties. here is our live camera, and i think we're looking at the golden gate bridge if they could tell me my ear, but we do have mostly cloudy skies across the region. for this evening, so the low clouds and fog and the higher clouds as well here you can see the forecast model. here we are. nine o'clock tomorrow morning. look what happens tomorrow evening 45 and six o'clock we'll actually after five o'clock, so there's a chance of some rainfall tomorrow afternoon, but then into the evening hours, get ready for some heavier downpours coming up. we'll let you know if you have any more rain clouds to talk about in the five day forecast. meantime embattled republican congressman jeff fortenberry of nebraska has resigned. he made the announcement after a california jury convicted him of lying to federal authorities about an illegal campaign donations from foreign nationals. in a letter to the house, fortenberry said his resignation would be effective march 31st. he has
been under pressure from political leaders from both sides of the island, nebraska and washington to step down. yesterday both house speaker nancy pelosi and house minority leader kevin mccarthy urged for very to quit fortenberry by the way, scheduled to be sentenced on this case. june 28th. california seven million students in school employees will be getting free at home covid-19 tests under a new plan announced by the governor's office today, it's all in an effort to prevent a post spring break surge. the governor's office posted video on twitter showing the effort to get those test kids shipped out, according to state officials, more than 14 million tests have been shipped out or deliver two counties and school districts across the state. that's enough for two tests per person. the governor's office says. the testing is part of the state's endemic plan, which emphasizes prevention over mandated masking and business shutdowns. well parents, faculty and staff with the oakland unified school district keep fighting against those school closures. they gathered this
morning at ellis quito elementary, one of the schools slated to be closed. they held signs and chanted and marched in opposition of the school board's vote earlier this year to close or consolidate five schools at the end of this year and six more at the end of next school year. the board side of the reason as a $40 million budget deficit caused largely by declining enrollment, but those opposed to the closures say that's not so. he pointed they had a surplus. so uh we just we know that their lives we can see through the lies and one just not going to stop. we want to keep our schools open. we don't want to give them up to charter schools. we don't want to give them up to privatize it. the people marching say the decision to close certain schools unfairly targets students of color. the oakland education association of the union representing teachers has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the district. on the eve of this year's oscars awards ceremony, the states latino legislative caucus hits hollywood coming up why things filmmakers need to do better
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sacramento ahead of the sezer trump as holiday on march. 31st reporter leticia ordaz explains that his legacy is still inspiring new generations to fight for equality and inclusion. marchers came together at southside park to honor cesar chavez. it's remembering great math, especially for mcconnell's in general, and for all the labor and former writes that he fought for back in the sixties. he was our martin luther king. so um, yeah, it's a huge deal to mcdonald's and chicanos in general. so we're here to support his memory. the civil rights hero dedicated his life to protecting farm workers will conditions have improved over the last few decades? some activists say the pandemic has made essential workers take a few steps back. they're working long hours. you're hearing a lot of times and not getting breaks
that they're supposed to be getting the treatment b tree like second class citizens. we're out here for a cause. things are still happening. we need to be out there and represent because if we keep silent about these things, they're never going to change. people are just going to think that everything's fine. when clearly it's not people from all different backgrounds and cultures came out to show their support to me. it means i want some unity bringing people together. you know, the more on march better right field and i'm gonna keep marching until the creator doesn't let me do it anymore. longtime marcher really shaken, says he's here to uplift fellow latinos. that's a common feeling when you're down, trotted when you're put down and your rights are violated. it's easy to feel down, but that's one of the reasons that we march to make to make sure that the people know that we do count. there's a lot that we can accomplish in this country if we try hard. unfortunately we have to try twice as hard as other people in this country. but that makes us stronger with signs and flags at hand. marchers made
their way to the state capital murder him for standing up for workers' rights and for the rights of all people. young people were encouraged by today's big turnout in honor of caesar, tra vez, but they say, we must all remember that equal rights should be everyone's fight. i feel like he was a big movement for not only the latino community, but he was like change for us to move forward. and that was leticia ordaz reporting state of offices and public schools will close in california on thursday, as cesar chavez day is observed, and activists hope that families will honor the day by doing something kind for their neighbors. the big project we started last year was called the anti racist project, and that is to tackle racism in american soccer. the oakland routes have a mission to do more than just one soccer games coming up. we take a look at the teams push to get back to the community on the
night of its home opener. see how president biden works today to get a better understanding of what ukrainian refugees are going through, and we'll show you how to experience a natural wonder underground in the wonder underground in the sierra. okay jack, these recipes aren't gonna create themselves. it's crunch time! but first, it's heinz dip & crunch time! i'm dipping into the latest innovation by combining heinz secret sauce and potato chip crunchers for the perfect bite. my heinz dip & crunch bacon cheeseburger combo. only at jack in the box. large out-of-state corporations have set my hein their sightsh bacon ch on california.o. they've written a ballot proposal to allow online sports betting. they tell us it will fund programs for the homeless, but read the fine print. 90% of the profits go to out-of-state corporations, leaving almost nothing for the homeless. no real jobs are created here. but the promise between our state and our sovereign tribes would be broken forever.
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that comment during his trip to poland. the white house later issuing a statement saying the president's point that putin cannot be allowed to exercise power over his neighbors or the region. he was not discussing putin's power in russia. or regime change. president biden met with ukrainian refugees today in poland amid the war in ukraine, and the president visited national stadium in warsaw to hear the concerns and offer his support to those refugees. there's growing concern now about poland's ability to handle the massive influx of ukrainian refugees. fox news asia, hosni picks up the next team coverage of the impact of russia's invasion. the refugee crisis could worsen in the next few hours to the next couple of days as russia attacks la vive were millions of ukrainians are hiding and waiting to make a decision about whether or not to cross into poland. this comes as president biden for the first time. met
with ukrainian refugees here in poland, he visited a soccer stadium turned into a refugee center in warsaw, where he got to talk with mothers and children. some of them stopped him and started to speak to him in ukrainian chef jose andres was there as well with world central kitchen, which is providing a lot of food for refugees across poland. and then the president shared what some of those children told him. each one of those children said something effects safe prayer for my dad and my grandfather and my brother. specter finding and remember with a slight when they have someone in a war zone. every morning. you get up in your window. just wondering, you pray you don't get that phone call yesterday. president biden and polish president duda got a briefing from age workers. small polish border towns are leading a lot on nonprofits to give these refugees food, shelter and medical attention. meanwhile the u. n refugee agency reports
mayors of larger polish cities like krakow and warsaw. are struggling to accommodate all the new arrivals. on thursday, the administration pledged $1 billion in humanitarian aid and promised to accept up to 100,000 ukrainian refugees. but the vast majority of ukrainian refugees do not want to leave europe. they want to go home, choosing to stay as close to the border as possible in poland. i'm aisha hosni fox news. well today, west sacramento church collected donations to provide support for ukraine. the right church collected emergency essentials, including food they partnered was a christian relief organization out of germany to make it happen to if you're looking for a way for pete to help people of ukraine just scan the qr code that you see right there in the bottom of your screen. the code will take you to our website, which has a lot of information about how to get involved. well. soccer is back in oakland. unfortunately
though, the oakland roots fell to monterey bay in their home opener earlier tonight, three to yes, it was their first home game in six months. and it's giving me is james tourist shows us this team and its mission offers a different perspective from other professional teams. the oakland roots enter their season home opener, too, but more important than winning a championship is winning for their community. it takes more than 16 hours to lay down the turf at laney college, the home field of the oakland roots soccer club man oakland roots. it means pain from oakland. jorge leon is a born and raised oakland sportsman. he's excited to welcome the roots for a new season with his family and kids . she was what a year old when her first roots game as she couldn't stop watching the game like she loves the atmosphere. the team has built a reputation for its involvement in the community. it's the first soccer club in the country to be involved in a project called common goal. players and staff members donate 1% of their salaries to projects aimed at combating social inequalities.
the big project we started last year was called the anti racist project, and that is to tackle racism in american soccer, not just by putting a t shirt on a player or a tweet on social media, but actually training executives in the boardroom and youth soccer how to understand this issue and how we can affected and changed and really get rid of it forever. team expects about 5000 people in the stands cheering the team on for a w both on and off the field. i'm excited for the season ahead , although we're going to i feel like once the players get to see our atmosphere, they'll be like, okay, this is what we're playing for. so let's let's jump start this season, get a w tonight and go on with that. we want to bring that moment that we're going african reporting in oakland. i'm james torres, ktvu fox. two news reminder you could watch all of the teams away games over on ktvu plus all right. our special program voices for change returns tomorrow morning. this episode will mark women's history month
with a number of important conversations will dive deeper into the impact of the historic nomination of judge hitachi brown jackson to the supreme court. also an extended sit down interview with two of the original rosie the riveters and as we celebrate the contributions of women and acknowledge the work that still needs to be done. we have a special panel with women from three different sectors business, the stem field and sports. and enduring message of encouragement directly to the girls and women watching and leslie will again start with you. it's exciting to see what is changing. so i think for me, it's always look at the bright side and just keep fighting the good fight. say that you know our world. our future depends on science and technology breakthroughs. and if girls and women aren't part of that solution, that we're all the poorer for it. marty can watch those conversations much more to tomorrow morning at 9 30 right here on channel two. by this time tomorrow night, hollywood
will have a new batch of oscar winners coming up the easiest ways you can get caught up on seeing the nominated films that you missed. add a burial weather clouds or increasing right now and looks like by this time tomorrow we will be tracking some heavy rainfall will have warned your forecast coming up. also ahead. tonight we will show you how vertical cave in the sierra sets itself apart from sierra sets itself apart from others. okay jack, these recipes aren't gonna create themselves. it's crunch time! but first, it's heinz dip & crunch time! i'm dipping into the latest innovation by combining heinz secret sauce and potato chip crunchers for the perfect bite. my heinz dip & crunch bacon cheeseburger combo. only at jack in the box.
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only at jack in the box. underway after volcano erupted in a scenic lake near the country's capital, experts say the halls volcano main creator generated a short burst creating plumes of smoke and steam that was accompanied by a series. we're told of volcanic earthquakes. the eruption prompted officials to raise the alert status to a level three due to the possibility of a tsunami. well, you don't need to go far to witness a rare natural wonder that thrives in a dark, cavernous world. mike to sell takes us to the sierras. black chasm cavern. when you hear the term down under you probably think of australia. but this week. it refers to literally going down under the earth. under the earth near the town of volcano in the sierra nevada's
gold country is a rare spot on earth. a vertical cave some 4000 ft long. this is a look inside the black chasm cavern. first documented by explorers in 18 54 . this cavern contains the familiar displace of stalactites and stalagmites. but it's this show cave that rose in stature in 1954 that sets this cavern apart. that's when explorers discovered a chamber filled with these helicke tights, twisting, turning glistening, translucent straw like formations, defying gravity as they grow out of the cave walls. these formations so rare that perhaps only 5% of the entire world's known caves contain electorates. the abundance of them here, a driving force in despite being declared on national natural landmark in 1956 today, carefully constructed and environmentally friendly set of stairs and walkways allow visitors to view thousands of these unique formations. so if
you go, don't forget to soak in the rare nous of this spot on earth. the black chasm cavern near the town of volcano in amador county. mike to sell. in san francisco. today, dozens of people brave the chilly waters of the bay at aquatic park for the annual polar plunge. here we go. each person who takes part racism, minimum of $125. those proceeds benefit the special olympics. i think it's amazing. i mean, it really is to me going and supporting people who need it or who don't always get that opportunity. it's always good. just a party atmosphere so fun. it's a huge extended family. um then it's worth it. there was also a five k foot race to raise money, and organizers say that
money goes toward year round sports schools, health and leadership programs for children and adults with intellectual abilities are very own. ktvu investigative reporter brooks jarocz was emc of that event event that he does quite often every year. well. hollywood faces renewed criticism in the run up to tomorrow's oscar awards ceremony coming up who's calling out filmmakers for lack of diversity in movies and ktvu meteorologists mark tamayo gets us ready for rain with a complete they area forecast complete they area forecast coming up. woo! whoa! what the heck? oh, it's all that nacho cheese flavor packed into my nacho tiny tacos. (coughing) i love it. i love it. it's good. get my nacho tiny tacos for $3.50. or try them bacon loaded for $4.50.
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