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some of us are seen scattered shers. meteorologist paula hagan joins us with when it will wrap up. >> the heaviest rain is a few hours away moving tonight into early tomorrow morning. which is why tomorrow is a first alert weather day. let's look at what is on first alert doppler. scattered showers across the bay area. it has been raining around santa rosa. that is taking a break from the heaviest rain. that continues
to move along the same line. it is into northern napa county as well. heavy showers near san pablo bay. that activity is moving to the northeast as well. all of the showers of coming attractions. good chance of rain for everybody. a good soaking rain will it will be windy. not only will the roads be wet and slippery, that wind will move you around for the tuesday morning commute. a wind advisory 10 a.m. tuesday. look at cast see how long the shower pattern will stick around, coming up. the california polls were open 12 hours from now as america decides control of congress oakland and san jose elect new leaders. this is video of early voting for inside one of the more than 100 voting center set up one of the biggest issues people are
watching is the ballot. we are talking election security. we have how your vote is counted and how one day area county wanted to see for yourself. >> have you filled out your ballot yet? >> tomorrow, i'm going in person. i will need to dig through the apartment and i might need to go in person. majority of people will need to vote by mail. each mail-in ballot goes the extra steps to make sure it is validated. there is a barcode that is linked to the signature. signatures must be matched on the ballot was examined for stains. only then is that it counted. a level of transparency to the vote counts. there is three live
camera showing the tabulation process in real time. people worried about temporary insecurity can watch live of workers open ballot and validate signatures. >> we are proud of the work we do here. we understand the need for observing and the ability for voters to know where pause assisting their votes properly. >> the cameras are live. more will be added tomorrow after the polls close. is on ac vote that work. sonoma county is one of 64 election sites across 2000 states. department of justice officials will send election monitors tomorrow. that goes back to 1965, the voters rights act. we will keep an eye on all of this. >> i see a reality show in the works looking at real-time voters and how they are doing.
i'm glad that they have the cameras and the truth is there. thank you. we have you covered on election night with national races and results. local races on cape cbw. our coverage starts at 5:00. after 11 months of searching, police and oakley announced a said end in the investigation into the disappearance of alexis gage. her heartbroken family tells us her remains may have been found. they are still searching for hours. >> reporter: what witnessing into, tested what happened to her and by whom. the question of where she was with answer is in your search and oakley are . they began
round-the-clock surveillance of his movements. just one got a warrant to arrest him -- >> marshall jones was killed in june this year in a lethal confrontation with the seattle area task force as they attempted to arrest him for that warrant. >> the question remains, where was alexis? it turns out that even though jones was dead, he still led them to the location. he picked out a random spot in rural amador county. police think he may have doubted if there was gps service there. he wrote on this note turn by turn directions. when the note, investigators began conducting searches of the children rural area. thursday, a man using a metal detector found what he thought was part of a body. >> remains discovered on highway 16 were confirmed to be that of alexis gabe through her most recent dental records. >> investigators say this closes the tragic case. though there were suspicions that jones got help, perhaps with family, police say the investigation ends at jones himself. alexis' father think
officers would say the last 11 months have been a living hell. >> despite the pain, anger, frustration and grief, we are somehow relieved she has been found and we can finally bring her home. >> reporter: all questions have been answered, except one, why. alexis' dad said they have known that since the beginning. >> we know why he did it. he was obsessed with her. last time they broke up on november of last year, that was it for alexis. he didn't like that. we did not he was planning something. >> reporter: the case may be closed, but for the family, the pain has not ended. matter has their search for answers. volunteers will to continue the search for the rest of her body. the family hopes it will lead to evidence against those who may have helped jones. it says there is no statute of
limitation on murder. the same is true for heartache. the oakland area and offering from interstate 88 was shut down after a fire that started inside of a freeway calls crawlspace. chopper five flew over the scene . there was a lot of debris on the ground indicating this is likely a homeless encampment. firefighters shared these photos. you can see a makeshift ladder leading to the crawlspace. fortunately no one was hurt and they are looking into how exactly this firestarter. let's get you to developing news. southbay police are on the scene of an accident on meridian and foxworthy avenues. police say a car hit a pedestrian who was rushed to the hospital with major injuries. the driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating. this happened an hour ago. now
that it did get darker earlier, police are asking drivers to be extra cautious to look out for pedestrians and cyclists. san francisco declares over payroll issues that overpay that teachers have suffered for months. the planets have aligned for a super rare lunar eclipse. tonight, we hear this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. we gotta see this selection for ourselves. tile, wood, stone, laminate and vinyl. this hardwood is beautiful. this vinyl is durable. and this tile? so affordable! but when it comes to everything our family needs... this one is...perfect. now this store is the real deal. at floor and decor, there's plenty of room to explore. because with everyday low pricing on quality
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this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. san francisco's school superintendent has declared a state of emergency to solve the districts payroll problems. teachers and staff have had checks to leave to. some claim they were dropped from health insurance. the superintendent
is putting together a 60% command center to call tackle the problem. >> the command center will focus on clearing the back log of issues and institute backlog systems to people systems to prevent new issues. >> the command center will be staffed by school human resources employees and other district workers who have clerical and data-entry experience. the teachers union filed an unfair labor practice complaint with the state. here are other headlines. state senator dave cortez he is in san jose backing a statewide plan to prevent more fentanyl poisoning deaths among teenagers. his new legislation will be modeled after santa clara county is program that provides education, training, and the opioid curve reversing drug narcan at school. facebook parent company amanda is expected to announce massive layoffs as early as wednesday, impacting does dozens of workers. in his
latest earnings call, ceo mark secker burke says the company expects to downsize a bit as it focuses on high-priority areas. the planets aligned and set , as you might see. they set the stage for a rare celestial event. i'll show you. as brian reports, even some pretty famous scientists are pretty jazzed about tonight's lunar eclipse. >> it is an exciting thing. >> reporter: bill nye the science guy loves the idea of what is happening tonight. >> you have the shadow of a planet casting a shadow on the moon. it is a big deal. you may not see it ever again in your life. >> it begins late tonight when the full moon slips into total darkness 1:09 in the morning. >> it is on nights like tonight where budding scientists got their starts. >> is it worth taking kids out to watch? >> yes, keep them up. this is part of how the ancient greeks
realized the earth was round. whenever the earth casts a shadow on the moon is a curve. they used that to figure out the earth was a sphere. you can do it yourself. >> reporter: the total eclipse happens out to:17 a.m. direct sunlight is blocks from the moon which time the blood event. during totality, every sunset on earth shines onto the face of the moon. what if your kids ask you questions and you don't have the answer? >> let's go to the internet. some of you might have paper books around that will describe this phenomenon. >> reporter: deepest eclipses that to:59 a.m. with totality ending at 3:42. then, the shutter retreats and we will not see another total lunar eclipse here until 2025. >> when you see the moon turn this crazing burgundy red color, i hope it changes you. i
hope you look at your place on the world a little differently. >> policy to explain. if we are going to see the moon tonight, something tells me know. >> that is when the heaviest rain is falling. you have to wait until march of 2025. that is the next toler little eclipse. >> i knew you would know this. >> these happen on a fairly regular basis. i storm system is something wrong towards us. the heart of the storm system will make its closest approach to the bay area over the next 24 hours. we will experience our best chance of heavy rain, thunderstorms across the area, and stronger winds. let's talk about all of those one by one. we will start with the rain right now. widespread rain and
several hours away. it has been raining for the past several hours in santa rosa. i have a budget agreement is going to slide through santa rosa. we are also tracking showers in southern napa county over into western solano county. fairfield is getting heavy rain. some showers around san francisco. basically right over the bay for the most part. some of that rain is making its way into the marin headlands. that activity is moving to the northeast. nothing new developing, yet. let's switch over to future cast. there is widespread rain searching answer 11:00 and continue to move in through early tomorrow morning. a wet commute to begin through the day on tuesday. plan for extra time. they will move in too often on showers. shows ers d wind down late wednesday morning. anywhere from a half inch to parts of the northbay too close to an inch of rain on
a widespread basis. these numbers are going to be a little bit off from what reality gives us. it will be great if san jose picked up close to an inch of rain, but the forecast models tend to overestimate. keep an eye on the burn scars where heavy rain will fall. we have to watch out for debris flows, even though it has been two years since that fire. i don't think we will see enough rain for it to be a significant threat. also, be prepared for difficult travel on i-80 and u.s. 50. the winter storm warning in the high sierra continues to 4:00 a.m. wednesday, it will be a couple feet of snow. there are the wet roads out there. temperatures are in the low to mid 50s for most of us. with the rain has been falling a little longer, your down to the upper 40s. everyone drops down to the 40s later tonight.
maybe a little sunshine is peeking through clouds later in the afternoon. it is not enough to boost our temperatures. it is just a cold mass in place. high temperatures reach into the 50s. some of the strong downpours have small hail. not enough to do damage, but startling and painful if you are caught in the open. we will seek downpours wednesday. a dry forecast for the next part of the week and into the weekend. our next chance of showers look like to be in monday. we will keep you updated once we get past this current storm system, which is allowing a little moonlight to sneak through. the lunar eclipse starts after midnight. by that point, the rain is moving in. it looks like a halo if i stand in
the 49ers next two games a primetime are beginning this next sunday against the chargers. help is on the way. this is the volkswagen red and gold report. >> the 49ers got back to work monday. that included three key players on injured reserve. linebacker aziza scheer, running back elisha mitchell, and offensive line back covens. he said he expects to play sunday. all scheer state and santa clara to rehab his knee injury and was excited to have
vo: climate change is fueling a wildfire crisis. destroying our forests. threatening our communities. polluting our air. prop 30 taxes those making over $2 million a year. no one else pays a penny. 30 will reduce the tailpipe emissions that drive climate change. and prevent wildfires and toxic smoke. so we have clean air to breathe. this is about our kids' future. omar: prop 30 helps contain fires and combat tailpipe emissions. vote yes on 30.
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