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the infrastructure, peace and in particular what we need to do to build back up and to build a new. what we can do to preserve and to make sure all people have access to clean water and affordable water. harris his visit to the plant part of a concerted effort by the white house to build support for sweeping $2.3, trillion infrastructure and climate proposal, introduced by president biden last week, the so called american jobs plan includes 621 billion for transportation improvements. 213 billion for affordable housing, schools and government facility upgrades. 100 billion for the nation's power grid and 111 billion for water infrastructure, including 45 billion to replace lead pipes. let us 100% of our lead systems and lead pipes. let's upgrade them. why because drinking lead will kill our children. literally. it's a game changer to complement the efforts that are happening at the local level to address the needs here in the east bay. the governor
supports the plan, but some congressional democrats have raised concerns and lawmakers on the right lining up in opposition republicans say they support improvements to physical infrastructure, but believe this goes beyond those issues. they also opposed the corporate tax increase and to pay for it what the president proposed this week is not an infrastructure bill. it's a huge tax increase for one thing, and it's a tax increase on small businesses. after the tour, the vice president visited a small business in oakland for a roundtable discussion. red door catering benefited from the recently past covid relief bill, including provisions to help the smallest minority and woman known businesses receive funding from community banks. i believe not only take care of our boys, but we often have an opportunity to restart, but there's a certain connection with the folks that is not about the money, it's about growing the community and the economy of that community. vice president harris flew back to los angeles for the night he
will travel to chicago tomorrow to talk about vaccine equity, greg. ktvu box junior's. some people tried to get a glimpse of harris on her first visit back home as vice president come back to her roots, then, like get to the people and like, just make sure they like she states touched her roots. that's that's respect. that's much love right there. i mean, somebody not only been had known they've been this and they work duties, but they still thinking about that people. it shows that if you, you know, put in hard work, and you put your mind to something that you can accomplish anything. a steady stream of onlookers came to see the huge motorcade bringing vice president harris on her visit to red door catering in oakland. it was an entourage complete with staff. many levels of law enforcement, medical teams and dignitaries loving it very glad she's come back home for a quick visit. this is great. i wish i had known sooner i, as my neighbor and white care, said we could have had her in
for coffee, and we're just proud of heck do you have the vice president be from here? a little weird to see. them setting up right across from my house. we wait didn't clean up for coffee or anything. it just saw amazing that you know that our create a color, you know, be able to stand at a higher office and hopefully i would think that she would look up to a more thing that we need out here. and so the work, given the enormity of the security and the tightness of the vice president's schedule, most folks on lee saw her armored car drive by new information now on a deadly crash in the north bay, a pleasant, an elementary school teacher and her mother, a school custodian have been identified as the two people inside an suv that plunged off of a cliff in bodega bay on saturday. tonight the two school communities where those women worked are. in morning ktvu rouz henry lee spoke with the victim's friends and has more now on what happened. friends and family
are mourning the loss of maria take sarah and her daughter, elizabeth korea, both work in schools in the east based tri valley area. mother and daughter died when the toyota rav four went over 100 ft cliff and crashed into the rocks below in bodega bay. fact that two lives were lost in this tragedy. it is. especially are breaking the siege, he said. the mother drove through the parking lot of an area known as west bodega, head without slowing or stopping the raft for hit along barrier and then plunge over the cliff. it landed upside down, authorities say the circumstances of the crash are under investigation. witnesses said texeira did not appear to be speeding or driving on safely before the crash. take sarah was lead custodian and montevideo elementary in san ramon korea was under 16th year of teaching and light. it's an elementary school in pleasanton, where she grew up. it's a heartbreaking loss for pleasant and especially for the light x in community. elizabeth touched the lives of countless countless students on a paid
for her first grade class, korea wrote, whether we're learning remotely or in person i know we will have a year full of learning adventure and fun together. school principal jacob bird told me. korea always put her students first. hannah koning, president of the school's parent teacher club, agreed. elizabeth woz. one of those teachers that just oozed enthusiasm and a love of her students. this is a photo korea sent in for a holiday video for students. she was. like a mother mother like to some of those kids in the class of just how much she cared about them. i spoke briefly to tim korea, the brother and son of the victims. he was at his mother's house, making arrangements and trying to make sense of this double tragedy. henry lee ktvu, fox two news. now to the coronavirus pandemic. new numbers released today by the california department of public health show almost 20 million vaccines have been administered in the state. california is
averaging 350,000 vaccine doses per day right now, 18.3% of people are partially vaccinated 22.7 of californians fully vaccinated to put this in perspective, california has a population of about 40 million people. the white house coronavirus response teams warning of a potential fourth surge cases they're starting to go up in some parts of the country. fox news, david lee miller tells us, the cdc says. it's younger people who are behind this increase as more and more seniors are getting vaccinated season, you know, long gone. so here, president biden, marking a year of covid casualties during a special address, but also offering hope for a return to normalcy. the u. s is now averaging more than 3.1 million vaccine shots every day, and the program is still accelerating, but new cases are also on the rise. more than
64,000 per day, on average, up from 54,000 last week, health officials now say we're on the verge of 1/4 surge, and it could be hitting younger americans harder. we're learning that many outbreaks in young people are related to youth sports and extracurricular activities. the spread of new covid variant is helping to push case numbers up more quickly. the nih says vaccines should be effective against these new strains, but they're also seeing a growing number of infections happening between the 1st and 2nd shots. when you just leave it at one dose. the question is, how long does it last? and when you're dealing with variants, you're in a tenuous zone despite the threat of a new surge, a number of states are moving ahead with reopening plans, including easing restrictions and nursing homes. now that three quarters of seniors have gotten at least one vaccine shot. nothing compares to seeing a loved one up close. and so that's been really the most invigorating
and happy moment. there is new guidance on disinfecting surfaces, the cdc says. cleaning once a day is enough to kill the virus in new york. david lee miller fox news. a new variant of covid-19 has been detected here in the bay area. this one originated in india. dr ben pinsky, director of stanford's clinical bere ology lab, told us earlier today on the four. it is still not clear how this new variant is spreading. this new variant has two mutations that have been previously described, but not described together. souto think that this variant will probably be more transmissible less likely to be less likely to be neutralized by antibodies and potentially the vaccines, maybe less effective at. preventing infection with this particular variant. the confirmed cases being
investigated in santa clara county. seven other possible cases are being investigated, with results expected within the next couple of days. in cupertino, children headed back to class today for the first time in a while parents dropped off their elementary students at sedgwick school this morning. parents and the kids both say they're happy to be back. fixated and lotus. why you nervous? because there's a few changes. i'm excited because i get to be in 1st and 2nd grade for the first time, the cupertino school district is starting with a hybrid schedule, which has kids back on campus on lee part time with the plan is to expand their time in the classroom in the coming weeks. in san francisco, the school superintendent said today that he's going to delay his retirement for a year. vince matthews had planned to retire on june 30th. but on twitter this morning, he said, that the board of education has asked
him to put that on hold. so now he says that he'll stay on until june 30th of next year. the district is facing a number of challenges, including terms of reopening a potential recall of some of the school board members and the school renaming controversy. coming up a former south bay juvenile court counselor is under arrest. what we're learning about the man accused of sexually assaulting one of his own clients. also ahead. it's a seller's market despite a global pandemic. ah look at how home prices in the bay area are going through the roof, lot of clouds this morning. they'll be back tomorrow, but i think we'll seymour sunshine overall today was mild with heist in some places just getting into the low fifties will have the forecast when i return. wanted. d
giorgio garcia of red bluff was arrested march 25th authorities say he sexually assaulted a girl in 2003 and 2004 while he was her counselor. garcia reportedly stopped working with the county in 2006 after he was accused of giving alcohol to another underage girl who was under supervision. garcia is being held on $350,000 bail. mm hmm. new attention now to a cold case, it has been almost five years since 22 year old alex goodwin was shot and killed outside his grandmother's house in berkeley, goodwin was an aspiring rapper. he was shot to death on maple street near burnett in august of 2016. detectives believe the killer directly targeted goodwin in that there are two other people who may have information about this case. but so far, police say they're no closer to making an arrest. goodwin's family is hoping that anyone with information will come forward. you did the crime. you've been out living your life, but you know our family
deserves. justice. our crime reporter henry lee talks to goodwin's family and berkeley police tonight at 10 on ktvu fox. two unsolved home prices are going up in the bay area despite the coronavirus pandemic, and that's sending a lot of buyers looking elsewhere. ktvu is jesse gary tells us that the central valley is fast becoming what you might call the new bay area as more people are being priced out here at home. but it's open concept kitchen south bay religion joe velasco put four large fremont town homes on the market the past two weeks. they've all sold for seven figures after bidding wars. i haven't seen anything as crazy as you know, the surge that we have right now ever and i've been in the real state business for 21 years, the bay area has experienced sharp increases in the cost of housing before. but this time that ascent results in real estate wealth spreading
beyond the region. this as many people choose to leave the bay. we have a one third of the inventory that we had last year around this time. welcome to the central valley, a new bay area in the making, modesto based realtor pete do you wish says home prices have skyrocketed? nearly 20% year to date as home buyers from the bay flock east. come here and make offers non contingent with huge deposits at something that central values not used to. this is all about housing for rich people. san jose state real estate development program director professor kelly snyder says the upward surge is shuffling the landscape. but there isn't the population decline. it's turning homeowners along the san francisco peninsula in tow, east bay. home buyers and people in the east bay. i'm moving to the central valley. so much of this is people wanting space. were you thinking? i think what our permanent changes to help people approach work and life and balance and home and health,
which just of re sorting of people based on where they want to be and where there's availability that matches their consumer choices for agents such as joe velasco, the beat goes on with six more town homes poised to hit the market and apparently no shortage of buyers in san jose, jesse gary ktvu. two news, ah, group of five friends now millionaires after buying the winning $18 million super lotto ticket in san jose, the robot 50 tickets at cafe paradise on monorail road the day after christmas, and they found out one of those tickets was a winner later that night, but opted not to go public, citing covid restrictions, the group decided to take the cash option which left them with $13.6 million and after splitting it five ways. each are walking away with more than $2.7 million.
before taxes in temperatures today as we mentioned pretty cool, i was just looking in on san francisco, the daytime high in san francisco. today it was 54 degrees. the fog was stuck in there. half moon bay was 57 degrees. the warm spot in the berry in general was gilroy around 69. livermore is at 62. so a lot of cloud cover and lingered all day. and as i mentioned earlier, some areas still dealing with it along the peninsula for the most part down by san carlos on these are the current temperatures there about where they were yesterday at this time, but i mean that fog really hung on and the reason for all this is we got this kind of ah, disturbance offshore here. it's rotating like this. and typically one of these skies or it'll, it'll it'll rotate through. it'll just move through, and it may be kick off. some showers maybe don't kick off. sprinkles some wind, but it's just going to sit out here and it sits out there. it's going to continue to bring clouds into our area. keep us on the cool side. keep the rain away. if you can believe that alot you would think would bring rain, but
it's not close enough to deliver any rain, perhaps some drizzle when it kicks out in a few days, but overall more of the same so when you look at this, this satellite images is not forecast model. it's what's happening now you can see the fog and happen bay. no granada. it has not budged all day montero cloudy and then foster city, belmont, san carlos, foggy is as you imagine, so that's the story again tomorrow. it's going to be very mild, but i think we'll see more sunshine less of that fog sticking around so aggressively. what's gonna happen this week? we'll talk about that, but there's no rain in the forecast in the immediate future, so we'll have to go looking beyond that. i'll see you back here in. a few minutes. bill will see then. thank you. a stolen ambulance was involved in a high speed chase with police. it happened in dallas today. the ambulance as you see here was speeding down the interstate as police trailed close behind. police say the ambulance was stolen from a fire station in the area. the driver ended up getting off the highway and speeding
through neighborhoods. in some cases going in the opposite direction of traffic. even going up on the shoulder. at one point, the driver eventually hit a curb and crashed. needless to say, he is now facing several serious charges. prayers for dmx coming up. we have the latest on the rapper who is now in a coma in a new york hospital after suffering a heart attack, plus testimony of the derrick sheldon murder trial turns to police policy as the chief takes the stand. i'm mike tobin in minneapolis
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hospital today, where he is on life support. the 50 year old was rushed to the hospital in white plains friday night after suffering a heart attack. dmx sold millions of records over the years. he was the first musician whose first four albums debuted at number one on the billboard chart. the governor of texas backed out of throwing the ceremonial first pitch of the texas rangers home opener this afternoon. he's reacting to major league baseball decision to move the all star game. out of atlanta because of a new voting law in georgia. g shoot me, greg abbott said in a statement that he will not participate in any other major league events as well. he accuses major league baseball of adopting a quote false narrative about the voting law. georgia is estimating that moving the game
will cost it $100 million and much needed revenue with that was not only going to be an uptick in our mood, but also in our economy. consider bring that our primary industries and cobb, our travel, tourism and in retail. republicans say the voting law will restore integrity to georgia's elections. democrats argue the law is designed to make it more difficult for people of color to vote. the murder trial for derrick show been resumed today with the minneapolis police chief taking the stand for the prosecution. fox news, mike tobin tells us the chief said show been violated department policy, impressing his knee on george floyd's neck, as well as the department's ethics and values. yes. mr sheldon's right there. the murder trial of former minneapolis police officer derrick show vin continued into its second week. on monday, police chief materia era dondo, testifying on children's conduct on the day
of george floyd's death last spring to continue to apply that level of force to aim. person prone doubt. handcuffed behind their back. um that that in no way, shape or form is anything that is by policy is not part of our training. and it is certainly not part of our ethics or values. redondo fired show them the day after floyd's death, and last summer, he called it a murder. earlier on monday, the emergency room doctor who pronounced floyd dead, said he believed floyd died from a lack of oxygen, not a drug overdose or heart attack, determined that the likelihood of any meaningful outcome was far below 1% and that we would not be able to resuscitate mr floyd and so i then. pronounced him dead and doctors there another name for death by
oxygen deficiency. asphyxia is commonly understood. turn the trial of derek sheldon is expected to take three more weeks in minneapolis. mike tobin fox news, there's new evidence that gun sales hit a record high in the past year. the data comes from fbi reports on background checks the federal government conducted 4.7 million background checks in march and three point. four million in february. gun stores say arrives in crime in recent. mass shootings have scared people coming up on ktvu news at 6 30. it is considered a huge success. but time is running out to keep it up and running what local leaders are doing to keep the mass vaccination site at the oakland coliseum opened and coming up a little later in sports, the stanford women's basketball team takes a victory lap around campus as they are crowned national champion. way will take a look back at their incredible run. also ahead, new
equity and delivery. a pleasant in elementary school teacher elizabeth korea and her mother, maria texeira ahead custodian at a school in dublin have been identified as the two people killed when their suv plunged off of a cliff in bodega bay. over the weekend, witnesses say took sarah did not appear to be speeding or driving unsafely before the crash. the chp is now investigating, and a new variant of the coronavirus is here in the bay area. the new strain comes from india. so far, there is one confirmed case in santa clara 70. other cases are under investigation. health experts tell us that this strain is likely to be more transmissible and that vaccines might be less effective against it. you're watching ktvu fox two news at 6 30 tonight a possible lifeline for the covid vaccination site of the oakland coliseum. ktvu has now confirmed that fema and state of california are now in
discussions to keep it open past this coming sunday. ktvu is rob roth tells us there are a lot of details still to work out. but senator alex padilla tour the facility today and offered both support and some hope. with the federal emergency management agency set to close the oakland coliseum, mass evacuation center this sunday. california us center alex padilla visited the site monday, saying the goal is to keep it open. beyond that date. we have federal, state and local governments committed to working together to extend the life of this site. the details in terms of both the point on operations, etcetera still being hashed out, produces three major details have to be worked out funding the operation. staffing it and especially getting the vaccine supply. we don't have a final plan or commitment, but i think the willingness but of all parties to figure out how to go forward, so we still have several days before sending arrives, toe figured out the
coliseum site has been so efficient. it's been able to give shots to about 15% of all those vaccinated in the county since fema opened its seven weeks ago, and it's reach a large percentage of communities of color would be very grateful. what they've done so far, but we're so close. to coming to the end of this virus. we think it would be a shame that they stop it right now, jin says. alameda county currently doesn't have the manpower to run the site or anywhere near the vaccine supply. the county is opening up vaccines to anyone 16 years of age and older on april 15th. we don't have enough thinks that scenes they give about 42,000 doses. week and we don't we don't have that much extra that we don't have extra at all. but former fema presidential appointee, mark nouveau, says the plan was never for fema to run the operation long term on lee to get it going until the county could step in if they want to assume responsibility for it. i'm sure fema is gonna
help him get there, but ultimately they've got to take it on themselves. fema and the state are still in discussions, so there is a chance, the oakland coliseum site could stay open beyond sunday. rob roth, ktvu fox two news. the golden state warriors say they are teaming up with oakland's clorox company as indoor venues are set to start reopening on april 15th clorox will provide disinfecting products for the chase center in san francisco is part of the so called clean initiative officials say the warriors are committed to the safest and cleanest indoor environment possible. the partnership will also be extended to the santa cruz warriors and the kaiser permanente arena there. santa clara county, says more help is on the way for small businesses in the south bay county supervisors is set to vote tomorrow on a plan to waive certain fees for devices that weigh and measure things like scales and scanners. they want to waive the fee this year, supervisor cindy chavez said.
places like small grocery stores and gas stations will benefit. you said the average registration fee for weighing devices is about $120. the fee for scanners certificates is from 200 to $495. we think waving these fees will really help the smallest businesses in our community and many of them, you know, they can't afford really literally another dollar way. think by really focusing on on the small businesses. also, it will help us address inequities, supervisor chavez says the measure will save south bay business is about $500,000 in all more and more travelers or flying, and that means a boost for the airline industry. but some businesses and restaurants inside. airports are still struggling box news. lydia who has the story now from newark liberty international airport in new jersey, it was a record travel week during in this easter holiday, more than a million and a half people flying around the country on easter sunday
here in newark airport on monday. we're seeing quite a bit of foot traffic through there's a little bit of a line forming at the check in in terminal b, but the relief is not quite yet felt at the duty free store. we are at three 60 duty free and you can see the store here is actually closed, and that's because the increase in travel is not about quite tripled over to the international flights quite yet, and so there are no customers coming in to shop in the duty free store, so it's closed for now, and that's a different as compared to pre ban pandemic times. when this story be open about 20 hours a day, the operators of the business tell us that across their 40 stores in north america in latin america, their revenue is down by about 85. listen to this. it's very challenging right now for us in this environment, but there's a degree of optimism that's coming back in as we're seeing the domestic traffic and we're hoping that that will then have repercussions for international traffic now across the industry to include restaurants and concessions,
the airport restaurant and retail association estimates that the industry has lost about three years worth of profits in the past year, roughly 3.4 billion and all the recent uptick and travel is welcome. leaf, as well as some funding from the recent stimulus package about $800 million. they say it could be 2023 or 24 until they see full recovery to pre pandemic levels at newark international airport. lydia who for fox business. a group of gop lawmakers from south carolina is calling on the state's governor to ban vaccine passports over the weekend. five of south carolina's republican members of congress sent a letter to governor henry mcmaster. they argued that requiring citizens to provide vaccine passports to go about their business is a violation of federal privacy laws. governor mcmaster has already indicated he does not support the idea of vaccine passports. coming up. joe biden
administration trying to drum up support for the president's huge infrastructure plan, but the price tag isn't sitting well with a lot of people, plus, a new poll shows. well the majority of americans approve of president biden's job in office. they do not approve of how he's handling the situation at the southern border. i'm lauren blanchard in washington
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egg roll for the second year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but president biden still delivered remarks from the white house alongside the first lady and the easter bunny. he shared some words of encouragement and optimism. for the days ahead. wait game really magic won't be, oh, my love. it is possible a little forward a year event usually brings 30,000 children and parents to the white house this year, the administration says it plans to send out the 2021 commemorative easter egg roll to vaccinatin sites and hospitals. that $2 trillion infrastructure bill is the president's next big project. he's hoping that congress passes the bill, but democratic senator joe manchin says the president's plan for paying for it with a 28% corporate tax rate is too high. he is arguing
that it should be more like 25% republicans are also pushing for the bill to be re crafted. there's a way to do infrastructure without charging it or completely reversing the tax policy that every single one of my members believed was in the best interest. the country, senator manchin says. there are at least six other democrats who disagree with president biden's corporate tax proposal. to get the legislation through the senate. the president will need every single democrat on board. the surge of migrants at the us mexico border appears to be bringing down the president's approval rating. a new poll shows a majority of americans disapprove of his handling of immigration and security at the southern border. box news. lauren blanchard has the latest now from washington. the white house, releasing a new video of president biden welcoming, newly naturalized american citizens. every immigrant comes
from america from different circumstances and for different reasons. but you all have one thing in common. courage a new associated press an o r c poll shows, while a majority of americans approve of president biden's job performance as a whole when it comes to immigration, only 42% approve 56% disapprove and in terms of border security 55% disapprove following a massive wave of migrants attempting to illegally cross the southern border. there's no question this is a difficult challenge, and the president believes he was elected to address hard problems. now customs and border protection say they believe up to 184,000 unaccompanied migrant children could show up at the border in 2021, the border joe agents as well as our law enforcement partners. we're doing everything we can our resources of just stretched awfully thin right now, according to the poll, 40% of americans disapprove of the administration's handling of the migrant kids. our focus is
not on looking at the pole. it is on. implementing solutions. actually president baden just doesn't care. i think he he plans on admitting between two and three million illegal immigrants. and our country this year. lawmakers in both parties are also focused on the issue. republican senator bill haggerty is calling on the president to increase immigration and customs enforcement funding. democrat tom carper leading a delegation of lawmakers to see the border monday evening in washington. lauren blanchard, fox news. and temperatures today on the cool side a little bit warmer tomorrow, but not a heat wave by any means, and it will go looking for rain when i see you back here after the break right now we go to ktvu rouz heather holmes with a look at some of the stories we're working on for the seven o'clock news on ktvu, plus, well, frank coming up new tonight at seven. uber is
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alameda city council is expected to bring up the matter at its city council meeting later tonight. the proposal doesn't include any information on fines if the proposal passes, a number of other barry cities have similar bands, including a renda and oakland that alameda city council meeting is set to start at seven o'clock tonight, a major milestone for nasa, they're small ingenuity. mars helicopter has survived its first cold night on its own. boxing is phil keating has more on the mission that could possibly pave the way for future space exploration. small but mighty. nasa's mars ingenuity helicopter making history, surviving its first night alone on the red planet, despite the possible impacts of the upto, minus 130 degree temperatures at the jet zero crater. those frigid temperatures have the potential to freeze and crack unprotected
electrical components. and damaged the onboard batteries required for flight, and researchers say the craft has the right insulation, the right heaters and a strong enough battery, as is as it prepares to make the world's first powered, controlled flight on another planet. in the coming days, ingenuity will open new possibilities and all sparked questions for the future about what we could accomplish with an aerial explorer. the £4 helicopter, which is really more like a drone was deployed from the perseverance rover on saturday. touching down on the surface of mars and taking this photo using its color camera ingenuity is on the red planet alone, using the rover as a communications relay between the helicopter and mars and earth. its sole mission, a technology demonstration in the thin martian atmosphere for 30, martian days, and we'll hopefully give scientists insight. into how to survive the harsh mars. nice could we support future human missions
with ariel capabilities? on wednesday, ingenuity is restraints are expected to be released for in flight testing. and then on sunday that big historic maiden voyage on the red planet. in miami. phil keating, fox news. oh looking at the temperatures from today. they certainly were not that warm. not that inland like these numbers here, that little circle area but right along the coast, we'll tell you what it was cool. today we had temperatures there barely got out of the upper fifties. most most areas did get to about 58 or 62 like in san mateo 61 redwood city, 61 fremont, but just a chilly day, and it was really a function of all that low cloud and fog just lingering around hanging. out for a long time, and you could still see it here. a zoo look across that's oakland, and you could see the kind of low cloud and the dreariness that we experienced all day. and if you're on the peninsula you did you essentially experienced it all day because the cloud cover
was there with us from the sun up to sundown in belmont in san carlos. these air the current temperatures, the blues representing the cooler marine flow, that's temperatures in the fifties. but look specifically just 49 degrees right now, so it's chilly out there last week. remember the record warmth. we had days of heat. and what have you this week will be different than that. it's going enough. it's not gonna rain, but it's not going to be incredibly warm. it's going to be sixties and low seventies kind of classic. spring pattern pretty much and there's a weather pattern offshore. it's kind of hard to pick out, but it's there and it's a little low in low pressure, and it's just enough to bring in the fog to induce clouds to keep the sea breeze going keep temperatures down, and it's far enough offshore that it's keeping the rain away, too. so it's really not doing us any favors it any level the fog, low clouds. you kind of see this area that pencils been wrapped in it all day. tomorrow goes a lot like today. start off with the same types of temperatures, temperatures in the afternoon tomorrow be upper
sixties, maybe some low seventies, but it's still going to have kind of a cool vibe to it all day. there's a cloud cover tomorrow's forecast yellows or seventies greens or sixties. and so that's your day. doesn't look much different than today. except isis back like places like san carlos and sfo, you're going to have more sunshine. because today there was virtually very little very little sunshine into some areas now, like santa rosa did. okay it's 71 degrees 73 million york sun came out there for sure. but more of the same tomorrow and again, that low usually lows me good stuff for rain, but with this time of year when a locum mean is just cooler, daytime highs and a lot of fog and low clouds and kind of an onshore flow, and that's exactly what we're getting. i'll see you back here tonight, 10 11, and we'll check in on the long range and see when we could get some rain coming in here. and if any time soon at all, coming up here, we'll take a closer look on the incredible run of stanford women's basketball team had to take to win the national championship evu
in the entire base. stanford cardinal they become over the weekend, the first team to win their final four games to semi and the final by one point in each game. no one's ever done that before they put their fans through it. and of course, in the end, it culminates in the national championship. and when you win a championship, of course you get a parade. this one of the stanford campus as you could see a little bit of a sparse gathering, of course, because the pandemic and that's really the only bummer that this thing culminates in a championship, and not more fans weren't actually able to see it in person. it was a journey like no other to a title joe fonzi. fills in the blanks. today's parade was the final leg of a season long journey that featured a good dose of history. along the way, the cardinal opened the season with a home blow out of cal poly on november 25th with no knowledge
at the time that there would not be another game at maples pavilion until february because of santa clara counties, covid shut down. three stanford home games were canceled. and in early december that cardinal set up shop in las vegas, beating unlv as a visitor and washington as the home team. then it was back to california, but not the bay area on december 15th, the cardinal rolled over university of pacific and stockton and tara vanderveer became the winningest coach and women's college basketball history, the good humor and unity of her team demonstrated by the t dog jacket she was presented. beyonce for, then traveled to southern california and arizona while changing home headquarters to santa cruz. home games were played in the arena, usually occupied by the santa cruz warriors. it was in santa cruz that stanford suffered the second of back to back losses. the teams on lee two losses of the season. finally in early february, the
all clear was given and the team returned to campus. but of course it was back on the road for the pac 12 tournament in the already familiar city of las vegas, and then onto the san antonio bubble for what turned out to be six games that led to the celebration of a national championship. i'm so proud of this team, not for just their basketball, but for being able to get through this covid and be so mature. season may be the greatest and most satisfying accomplishment, and tara vanderveer is 43 year collegiate coaching career joe fonzi ktvu, fox two news, very happy for them, they certainly deserve it now. the country the golden state warriors, the once mighty warriors, now losers of. 12 out of their last 16 games, including that embarrassing 53 point loss to toronto on friday night. so what's left of this regular season? no doubt will
be spent concentrating on trying to get a play and slide and also player development. more particularly the development of rookie james wiseman. despite an uneven first year. there's still great hope for this guy. he'll be a superstar, everyone high on him, and you know what? he's got a little bit of a surprise mentor. how about kevin durant charming in to help the rookies? i'm out talking to katie every day we talked about like the system like how he was able to finish the system here. hey, just give me like a lot of advice. it's really funny to me because i really don't look at none of the negativity and stuff like that. because i'm because i look at the bigger picture of things like i know that if i keep working, i will be a great player. all right. we're not gonna have the major league all star game in california. major league baseball just announced in a few minutes ago, the game will be played at coors field in colorado. so out of atlanta on the course field, jackson is back at it between them.
they've only won one game so far, giants will be taken on the padres, and it'll be the a's against the dodgers still looking for their first win, right story, making some waves today down in arlington, texas, opening day for the rangers controversy. seal in that they left pretty much everyone in this the largest sports crowd gathering since the pandemic 38,208 toe help unveil their new $1.2 billion stadium. toronto spoils it by beating texts. all right, 6 to 2. we got a little time. so why not check this out? i always like to show you the youngsters. this is six year old page open from melbourne, australia. she loves skateboarding. in fact, she won her first skateboarding contest. would she barely knew how to walk that zip ashen from the get go, alright, born to be wild. wow that's the sporty wild. wow that's the sporty
hey. so you guys ready to order? since we come in every tuesday night at 6:00 and order the same exact thing, and it's now 6:08, i believe your question not only answers itself but also stands alongside such other nonsensical queries as "who let the dogs out?" and, uh, "how are they hanging?" okay. so, the usual, with extra spit on sheldon's hamburger. penny, a moment? do you have plans this weekend? oh, gee, amy, i'm sorry, i'm actually pretty busy this weekend. probably serving food that was ordered today. that's too bad. i was hoping you could be my plus-one at the institute of interdisciplinary studies' symposium on the impact of current scientific research on societal interactions. the what? it's an annual science conference. we've all been invited to speak. oh! oh, okay, well, you know, like i said, i have plans, so... shame. since you're my best friend, i thought it would be a good bonding opportunity. i'm your best friend? don't you read my blog?
oh, don't feel bad. i never read leonard's, and i used to sleep with him. do you know anybody else who would appreciate an all-expense-paid spa weekend at a four-star resort in big sur? no, i really-- i'm sorry, free what? sorry, what, what? i think her weekend just opened up. you know, it is going to be difficult, but i'm going to cancel my plans so i can do this for my bestie. please don't touch my breasts. i... i wasn't going to. all right. i just want to establish boundaries. boy, this is great. i haven't had a vacation in ages. in order to take a vacation, one first has to work. you know, for a smart guy, you really seem to have a hard time grasping the concept "don't piss off the people who handle the things you eat." that does seem to be a valid principle. i trust penny will adhere to the official california restaurant workers' solemn oath of ethics and cleanliness. i don't believe there's any such thing. you lied to me?