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looking up at first and he didn't keep looking up and then he just stopped lifting his head up. the yellow taxicab company says it dispatched the driver around 3:00 a.m. but did not hear from him after that. witnesses say it appears to have been an armed robbery. oakland police are investigating a daytime shooting that happened at a popular east bay shopper. the attacker shot a man at an atm in the safeway shopping center in in the rockridge neighborhood. the 29-year-old victim was still conscious when police arrived. police are got sure about a motive yet. people we talked to say the good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." motive doesn't matter. i'm kraig debro. >> it's very sad when anybody dave's off. >> i'm tori campbell. gets shot. it's monday, act 12th. >> it's kind of odd. oakland police are investigating a shooting that but crime is getting so high. happened in broad daylight over the weekend. it's not surprising. the attacker walked up and shot >> the victim is being treated a man at an atm in the city's at highland hospital. oakland police meantime are still looking for the shooter
rockridge neighborhood. and they are offering a $5,000 ktvu channel 2 reporter, claudine wong, is there with the latest on the reward for any information that will lead to an arrest. investigation. good morning, claudine. >> reporter: good morning, the 7-11 up bottling plant tori. yes. there were a series of violent in vallejo is set to close. the plant opened 60 years oak crimes in oakland over the and has been a fixture in the weekend in a very short period city. 90 jobs will be eliminated but the company says it will had of time. one person was killed. transfer about half of those workers to other facilities. six others, injured in four different shootings. the dr. pepper/snapple company one of the shootings happened who owns the plant says it's here at the shopping center. more efficient to do the work it's a very busy shopping center. outside of vallejo. the victim was using the atm at midnight tonight is the deadline to register for the upcoming election. 9:00 a.m. this happened after 9:15 on jade hernandez is in la fayette. saturday morning and the victim good morning. >> reporter: when you come out of four different safeways m was critically injured after the east bay, you are gonna run into a table like this. everything you need to register being shot twice. to vote. >> the male was using the atm, today, is the last day to register before november's another male walked up to limb midterm election hads. members of the league of women and shot him and -- to him, voters of diablo valley are manning an effort at safeways shot him and ran off. >> reporter: that shooting,
just one of four unrelated in la fayette, san ramon, martinez and walnut creek. the league of women vote sers a shootings. hours before that, carolyn nonparty ton group. voters will be tackling the howard was killed. question who will be police woe don't believe she was a -- police don't believe california's next governor and she was a target. decide the fate of several a $25,000 reward is being proposition measures including offered in that case. $5,000 reward is being offered one that directs recreational for any reason in this atm marijuana use in the state and shooting. police are hoping the public can help them find the people voters will decide if they want responsible. live in oakland, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you for the update. 7:02. san francisco police are looking for two men responsible for a violent attack outside to -- >> the league of women voters candlelight park. it happened yesterday afternoon during a fight in the parking lot during the 49er/raider has been registering voters for 90 years. game. we're urging all u.s. citizens police say one victim was 18 years and older to come stabbed. the other punched several times register today. >> reporter: you just signed in the face. both victims are expected to someone up. you were so excited. survive. all lanes on the san mateo you must run into a lot of bridge are back open. people who either say i've put caltrans closed the westbound lane on wednesday after a it off or i have never thought about it. routine information found a 10- >> also people who have just moved and people who don't know
you can register for free and inch crack. over the weekend, crews fixed that this is the real chance to be able to participate in a the problems. caltrans will continue to democracy and express your opinion. we are responsible for who we monitor the repairs. the san francisco giants are back in the bay area. they arrived at at&t park choose to help govern us and we around 5:00 a.m. hope everyone in california after taking a red eye flight will be registered and will participate in the november 2nd. >> reporter: perfect. thank you so much, dr. lee from philadelphia. there will definitely be three lawrence joining us this morning. you will see this table at four different sayways. one where i am at, walnut games in san francisco. >> it won't be easy. creek, san ramon -- ramon and we knew it. it's 1-1. we felt we had to get martinez. volunteers will be out here until 9:00 p.m. one. and then tomorrow night they would like to have gotten two. are gonna tau to get -- try to we win three, we go to the world series. get everyone they can to vote. >> rollins hits one into deep the alameda county register right center. back to the wall. >> last night, jimmy rollins of voters will lead an online webinar to help voters hit a bases-loaded double. understand rank-choice voting. for the first time that will game three tomorrow afternoon used in the upcoming election
at at&t mark. matt cain will be on the mound in berkeley, oakland and san leandro. for the giants. ranked choice voting asks to cole hamills will -- cole hamels will pitch for the choose a first, second and third choice for office. phillies. the first pitch, 1:19. today, b.a.r.t. this afternoon everything the giants and phillies will be unveiled the bold, new plan to boost ridership. the agency is trying something working out at san francisco's at&t park. they are getting read yay for it's never done before. game three. paul chambers has more. >> rolens hits one in deep >> reporter: good morning, kraig. if you want to win a chance for right center. back to the wall. airline tickets or free it's over the wall. b.a.r.t. tickets for you one year, you three runs score. need one of these -- a cell >> last night jim mill rollins phone and you definitely need hit a bases loaded double in to know how to text. now, b.a.r.t. is having a new campaign, what they are trying to do is bring game 2. series is tied. back former riders and attract >> we still feel good about it. we believe her and go back home new ones. ridership is down tens of thousands. with b.a.r.t. fares make up 60% of the budget. without those funds, a lot of for three games. the upkeep that many people
want such as chairs and new >> cody ross had had his first trains have to take a backseat. so b.a.r.t. solo home run during the game is opening this new campaign last night. the game continues tomorrow afternoon at at&t park. will work. the grand prize, two free b.a.r.t. tickets for a year. matt cain pitching for the riders need to may attention to giants. cole hamels will pitch for the readerboards which gives philly. you can watch game three right here on channel 2. coverage you information. that's where b.a.r.t.'s word of starts at 1:00. the day will seen. it their also give the first pitch, 1:19. announcement over the pa >> we've got the whole series system. once you hear or see the word, text the word to 41144 and you series and -- whole series and will be able too to enter we'll be watching the world series which we hope the giants are gonna be in. let's check in with tara. >> really hoping they make it. prizes. one rider doesn't think it will i will had wear orange. right now we're gonna talk be effective. >> i know what i would like about -- we have an accident in them to do as far as running the east bay. let's take a look at our maps. more trains. keep the trains clean, stuff it is in hayward. like that. this is 880 southbound at -- at >> if we can get more riders, we'll have more money to spend on those things people want, 92 eastbound. we have a three her car crash but the cost of this contest
pretty minimal. the way we're doing it is actually -- we're using social media. a lot of inexpensive ways to get the word out. >> reporter: it's part of today's kickoff, washington is -- three-car crash. give yourself 20 minutes if you holding a special drawing and want to make it into san that contest starts at 12:30. francisco. 101 in san se, this traffic you need to be there with your has been stop and go on the cell phone before 12:25 to right-hand side. you can see a almost bit of brake lights there. northbound as you make your way toward the san jose airport. enter. back to you. >> thank you, paul. here's steve. thank you, tara. san francisco police say a happy monday morning. two-alarm fire in the sunday's rain very nice. cleared the air out about .10 tenderloin district is suspicious. the fire started yesterday morning in an apartment to .3. it looks like it's done on its building on leavenworth near way to southern california. geary. the firefighters say the flames are -- had the flames under temperatures will begin to control in about an hour. rebound. clouds and sun. it will be warm early-morning. very quiet until about friday the red cross is helping and then clouds will -- displaced families find a new actually, thursday but tomorrow, tuesday, wednesday place to live. midnight tonight is the look rely good -- rearly good. maybe some rain by the weekend. all of our forecast models are deadline to register for the -- they are on the same page but not on timing.
we'll just deal with it late november 2nd election. you can -- your form must be her. it look like one more system post marriage today or -- will start to clip us on friday. the low that we had yesterday parked itself right over us. it's packed its bags and is postmarked today. you have to reregister if you heading fast all the way to moved the last time you voted. southern california. let's check in with tara -- high pressure builds in. that's a pretty good little system that came by. it look the turn and said i'm in with tara, filling in for out of here. sal. >> 580 westbound as well as highway 84 southbound sper -- experiencing some slowdowns. >> at the been toll plaza we >> clouds, then sun. a little warm earl. have massive backups and we do expect some minor delays in the 60s, 60s and low 70s. we were in the mid-50s for many opposite direction on the commute of this man. ad. we're still in the 50s on some eastbound 80. west of treasure island. we have reports of a pickup of these lows. truck blocking the local lane just looking at the web camera. there. finally, information, this is tear are a couple of locations 101. traffic has been slow going southbound as you make your way showing a few breaks. to the airport on the right 30s, 40s on the mountains. hand side. in the op pope sit direction
toward the bay bridge or that system goes into southern california and this will give downtown traffic is moving on them more rain. they are ahead of us. they had had some pretty good pretty well. rain a couple of weeks ago. here's steve. >> thank you, tara. happy monday morning. mostly sunny skies. concord says clear. there's the high. some low clouds, fog kind of the low did it it job. hanging on. the trend will be to get rid of the crowds after yesterday's morning clouds, partly to mostly sunny. but it will be warner. rain. so clouds, sun, warmer. a lot of 50s on sunday. we'll see 60s and 70s. it looks very quiet until about sunshine, warmer weather for friday and then our forecast game three. models go all other et place. no problem there. maybe some more rain on friday. they don't bring any heat in. that's for sure. but a couple of them bring in tori? light rain on friday and then have vacaville police are trying to find the person who the weekend, one says sunday, planted a scary-looking device in front of a school as part of one says saturday night. a computer game. let's take it a day at a time. police say the device was made it sure looks like the system we had had yesterday. to look like a pipe bomb but was found harmless. it was hanging from a tree at there could be another one. callison elementary school on saturday which led to the the system is heading down to evacuation of several homes after it was blown off. southern california. it left .10 to .3 of rain.
investigators in pittsburg are looking into the cause of a fire. firefighters say the fire started at a back shed and most locations, about .04, quickly moved to the home. no one was hurt. a 15-year-old girl is hurt .05., 06, including oakland and after falling through a link. temperatures in the 60s and skylight at an antioch house. 70s. i went with a couple of mid- 70s. 50s, to 56. police say the girl and three napa and san rafael are 50. san jose with cloudy skies is others were playing when she at 56 degrees. fell two stories landing ott livermore concord, 51. floor. the other children ran to a nearby restaurant to ask for palo alto, 52. 45 ukiah, a little cool there. help. rescuers had to cut to the door sacramento, 53. 50s, 60s down to l.a., san diego, santa barbara. of the warehouse to get the as the -- as the low moves girl out. south and a.m. clouds give away to afternoon
sunshine. more likely down south for a stray shower. 60s and 70s on the temperatures. tomorrow looks better as we get a little bit of a north- northeast wind. wednesday the same, thursday, clouds get back in here. thursday clouding up and possible rain. several bay area cities are preparing for the winter storm season. oakland residents can get up to 50 sandbags. and tree trimming. city leaders are hoping to prevent a repeat of last year when a number of city trees came down following the storms. former bill clinton comes to the bay area. his message for college students about what is at stake in the cup yuming -- upcoming election. where is osama bin laden? a native official knows and the terrorist leader is not living in a cave. ( upbeat music playing )
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facebook says it is taking steps to fix the current cloudy skies. problem. fox provider and a lot of low clouds left over cablevision will meet today to from yesterday's rain. the rain is moving south. that low will go into southern california. we'll have morning clouds and afternoon sun. highs 60s and low 70s. try to come to an agreement on it is 7:13. a nate co-official says he knows where -- a nate he rates. cablevision serves new york, new jersey and connecticut. official says knows where osama bin laden is hiding subscribe esh had experienced he says he's not living in a cave in afghanistan. instead, he believes, the -- subscribers experience the terrorist is living in relative comfort in a house in northwest earlier problems. according to a new study pakistan protected by locals the worldwide sale of luxury and some members of the items are expected to surge 10% pakistani intelligence services. the areas where the officials by the end of the year. that's largely due to wealthy say bin laden is believed to be americans and newly rich people hiding that covers some of the in china buying up designer most rugged terrain in
clothing, jewelry and cars. pakistan. san francisco international fears about a terrorist airport is seeing more traffic attack are intensifying in that despite the slow economy. airport officials say travelers europe. officials are providing information about what is being made more than 11 million trips through sfo between june and called an imminent threat. alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with august. that's a 4% increase since last the latest. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is a different warning than the one we first reported a few weeks ago. now it looks like another al summer. sfo's director frequents the -- qaeda-linked group has its sights set on attacking france. director credit frequent this warning comes from saudi arabian intelligence officials flying. experts predict a 7% to 18% that the group al qaeda in the spike in airfare from last arabian peninsula is targeting thanksgiving and christmas in fares. europe, particularly france. travelers should expect more european countries are on high crowded flights because alert and the u.s. state airlines only added a few new planes or routes effort past department travel warning few years. today, b.a.r.t. urging americans traveling is unveils a new plan to boost still in effect. this is video at the increased security at the eiffel tower in paris. france has been boosting ridership. paul chambers joins us with security at sites there last more. >> reporter: good morning b.a.r.t -- sorry.
b.a.r.t.'s on the mind. good morning, tori. month. reporting live from washington, b.a.r.t. d.c., alison burns, ktvu is trying to bring back old riders and bring back new ones. channel 2 news. >> thank you alison. the way it works is pretty 7:14. president obama will come to simple. california this week to all owl need to do when you are campaign for democratic candidates and raise money for the democratic party. riding b.a.r.t. said is pay attention to the the president and first lady, board that gives you information on the arrivals and michelle obama, campaigned together yesterday at ohio state university before a crowd then look for a word. of 35,000. on thursday, president obama what do you do when you get the comes to san francisco for a fund-raising democratic party dinner and then on friday, he word? come back here, get your cell will travel to los angeles to phone. you will type the word in to campaign for senator barbara boxer. a a new "asocialed press" poll says the biggest problem 414-4144. b.a.r.t. will send you back a message for democrats in the november election is lack of enthusiasm saying you entered the among voters. the poll finds about half of the people who voted for president obama in 2008 say they will definitely cast ballots in the upcoming sweepstakes. >> i think it's good but i election, while two-thirds of don't really know if it's gonna those who supported john mccain be anything that will get people to ride b.a.r.t.
that normally don't. >> now, b.a.r.t. agency says their agency is say they will vote again. and about a third said they are down riders each day. voting republican this time or actually 25,000. that's a lot of revenue. thinking about it. bill clinton brought his political star power to san b.a.r.t.'s fares make up 60% of jose in a campaign message for democrats. >> you can change the outcome of the congressional elections in america from this campus if you use the social networks, the budget. >> we're trying to use this opportunity to remind them that the young people -- to help the b.a.r.t. a is a -- is a better way to young people of the country. go. it's a lot cheaper than driving. >> now, as part of today's you can tell them what is in kickoff, they are holding a the student loan law. [ cheers ] separate drawing at the oakland street center. that conference starts at 12:30 but you have to be there by >> clinton urged voters to vote for jerry brown and gavin newsom. senator john mccain appeared at a rally in san 12:25. you will need your cell phone. diego for carly fiorina who is they are asking you to use your
trying to unseat senator barbara boxer. >> barbara boxer is the most cell phone to stay in kak with bitterly, partisan, most anti- defense senator in the united states senate today. them. live in oakland, paul chambers, i know that because i've had ktvu channel 2 news. back to you, tori, not b.a.r.t. the unpleasant experience of having to serve with her. >> thank you, paul. laughter ] there are now reports of now, 7:48. widespread fraud in the the third installment of the parliamentary elections in jackass series soared to new afghanistan from last month. heights at the box office over the results of the september the weekend. 18th elections were supposed to >> you are taking it to a whole be announced yesterday. but now the afghan independent other level. >> yeah. >> looked pretty happy about election commission says it won't announce the results until wednesday. reportedly, the commission is in the process of throwing out it. >> jackass-passed the views of the previous two stunt nearly 25% of the votes because combdies. of fraud. the new flick red was the more than nine years after second most popular viewers. social network, the movie slid chandra levy's death, the trial for her killer is getting to the third spot after two underway. jury selection is beginning in weeks on top. family and friends are planning washington, d.c. at this hour a private funeral for the for the defendant who has been actress who became the ultimate serving time for attacking two other women in the same washington park where her body
was found. she was from modesto and tv mom. "leave it to leaver." vanished in may of 2001. her disappearance marred the barbara billsly died at her career of then congressman gary home. she was 94. she starred on the show 195 to 1963. in her later years, she don'ted conduct. a 3-year-old pasadena boy who police say was lost by his to act -- she continued to act. intoxicated father has been found safe. police say a man who was helping police search for dylan she appeared in "airplane." a big change begins today found the boy around 10:30 last in the way rescuers give cpr. night. that was about 25 hours after he was last seen leaving a wedding with his father at the wheel. police say the child was found asleep and strapped into his car seat inside an area parking garage. >> the great news here is that dylan was in his car seat. he was asleep at the time we found him. he's in good shape. we immediately called the pasadena paramedics. they responded. he's undergoing medical evaluation at this time. >> the boy's father was
arrested saturday night alone and on foot. police say the father was too drunk to remember he left the wedding with the child. the fertility doctor who helped nadia sue -- nadia suely man faces allegations of next against for placing so many embryos. he could have his license suspend or or revoked at today's hearing. 7:19. >> the most powerful timon to -- typhoon to hit the phillippines.
and peas and carrots. if you have any of these items, can you return it to the store for a full refund. new cpr guidelines go into effect today. the new guidelines switch the stepped, telling rescuers to start with hard, fast, chest presses before giving mouth to mouth instead of the other way around. the new advice comes from the american heart association. they say putting the simplest step further will reduce the delay for chest complexes which keeps the blood circulating. there are two chances this week for parents to get their kids' toys tested for lead. the first one is at the monument center on clayton road. another event is set for saturday in pittsburg. that's from 11:00 a.m.
until 1 p.m. the city of san rafael is considering changing the way ma outage parlors are operating -- massage parlors are operating. this week, san francisco supervisors will take up a proposal aimed at cleaning up the city's dirty buildings. the link ration would allow the city to fine landlords $1,000 a day if they don't take care of bedbugs, mold or garbage. but it would only apply to apartment buildings and single room hotels. the proposal comes amid an increase in bedbugs. there have been 500 cases reported so far this year. all right. 7:55. a couple of accidents to talk about right now, right, tara?
>> right. nobody can get my name right now. i'm tara, not tamera, not tara. you are b.a.r.t. i don't know what to call you kraig. first off, we have an accident -- a four-car crash, 101 northbound at cesar chavez street. that's causing quite a bit of backup. so be aware of that one. schools, businesses and we also have a traffic hazard government answers are expected to take part in the shakeout. in the roadway, 280 northbound at 92. just across the bay here in at exactly 10:21 thursday morning, participants will be hayward, 880 southbound at 92 asked to duck and cover and east is a . this is a three-car practice how to protect themselves from falling objects accident. during an earthquake. this drill follows the 21st it's still blocking one of the anniversary of the loma prieta earthquake. that quake hit on october 17th, lanes there. up next we have 280 in san 1989, just as the san francisco jose, traffic on the right-hand giants and the as were with to side is moving pretty well. begin game three of the world at the bay bridge toll plaza still the same story. series. buildings dappled and build -- toppled and buildings caught on
fire. >> able was -- and i was there back to you. hey, scott, how is it going? [ laughter ] candlelight park. thank you, camera. >> you were? >> yes. let's take a look at that was the -- tamera, that was the best report of the day. traffic with tara. yesterday's system gave us the >> the east shore freeway and 290 is where we're seeing our rain. it's moving into southern california. had some really good rain up in biggest backup. the sierra nevada yesterday. here is 680 at the sunol grade. traffic on the right-hand side, donner summit. i know homewood around truckee. southbound as make your way reno had more rain. toward from -- fremont. at the san mateo brink all lanes have been reopened in they've had about 2 1/4. time for your commute. that low is going fast. caltrans enpleased a westbound as it does, boy it's lit up by lanes on wednesday after a reno and the sierra. routine information found a crack in one of the beams over some of the rain around here, not as heavy but still about the weekend. over the weekend, the crews .10 to a third in mount fixed that so you are all right. traffic on the san mateo bridge, give yourself extra time as you make your way into hamilton. highs today will rebound. we'll see 60s and 70s today.
san francisco. here's steve. that's 71 in san jose after sunday's rain has moved yesterday's 59. south. we still have mostly cloudy 49, mount tam, pleasant hill conditions. some low clouds, kind of fog and bethel island. hanging on. last week -- when i left you, as the low heads to southern when i left you, it was 77 on california, a little bit more of a northerly breeze or easterly breeze. mount tam. can you see the low heading 50s right now. we'll end up with 60s and 70s. south fast. still some of the wraparound that low goes south you can see will give us partly cloudy skies. more clouds in the morning. the rain should stay out of the the high building in. picture unless a shower decides 60s and 70s on the highs today. to surprise me. near 70, i think at game time. that's tomorrow. that's tomorrow. somebody tweeted me, is that for tomorrow? yes. clouds cool thursday. it look like another system could give us some rain on friday. tori and kraig. there was trouble outside candlelight park during yesterday's 49er game. giants are back home getting ready for the biggest temperatures will rebound. mount tam 49, pleasant hill, baseball series in san francisco in years. 49. bethel island, 49. some cooler reads. 53 to 54.
morgan hill and gilroy. as the low goes south, the high builds in. you can see an offshore pattern builds in. 60s and 70s after 50s for the lows. we'll have mostly sunny skies today and then warmer. we'll carry that into tuesday and wednesday. clouds roll back in thursday. it looks like we cloud it back up and possible rain for friday. an overnight shooting near sacramento leaving a taxi driver dead. we'll hear from witnesses on what they saw and what they believe about why it happened. today is your last day to register before november's midterm election. find out what one group is doing to sign up those last- minute vote. >> one bay area
>> reporter: i'm jade hernandez. we're live in la fayette this morning where today is the last day to register to vote for november's midterm election. find out how one group is helping voters. just three hours ago, the giants arrived back in san francisco after taking the red eye from philadelphia. the stage is set for game three of the national championship series. the second hour of "mornings on 2" starts now. good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i'm kraig debro. it's monday, october 18th. oakland police are investigating a bold daytime shooting where the attacker walked up and shot a man at an atm. what happened in oakland's rockridge neighborhood. claudine wong is there with a
very -- with the very latest on the investigation. good morning again, claudine. >> reporter: good morning. i just touched base with oakland police and no new developments in this case to report. they are still searching for the gunman. still searching for the man responsible for critically injuring a man as he was using this atm behind me. this crime has shocked a lot of people this morning that we've talked to. it happened on saturday morning at 9:15 in front of witnesses. police say the 28-year-old victim was using the atm when a man came up behind him and shot him at least twice. berkeley police are washing people to be alert after a the shootert then took off in a series of armed robberies in the past few days. four robberies occurred in different parts of berkeley last tuesday and wednesday. waiting car. the police say he didn't say police believe they may be much. we don't know at this point if connected. there was a fifth robbery in this was a random shooting or if the gunman knew the victim oakland on wednesday that might but people we talked to this morning said we worry about also be connected. these different crimes at night police say the suspects used a but always assumed that simple pistol in the tuesday robberies and a shot gun in the crimes on errands in the morning were safe. >> it's just really shocking. wednesday. a friend of two of the victims said she is more careful now. it's in the middle of the day.
i've just been trying to be a little more cautious and not if someone is brazen enough to walk alone as much. do that in front of a ton of look around corners before i walk down the streets. people, what else is he gonna >> reporter: police believe the same robbers are involved do? >> reporter: this was just one because they used similar of four violent incidents this weapons. it is 7:29. this morning, authorities are weekend. looking for a third man in six injured. one person killed. connection with a series of that person was carolyn howard. recent sexual assaults at an police believe howard was not apartment complex in walnut the target in that shooting. instead, they say she was an creek. police arrested 51-year-old innocent bystander caught. in a shootout between two william yokum last week. he's accused of a rape at the passing cars. a $25,000 rye ward is being offered forny information in park regency apartments. investigators say he lives at the complex and that he knew the case. back to you. >> thank you. san francisco police are looking fotwo men responsible his victim. his arrest brings little relief for a violent attack outside because a man responsible for candlelight park. it happened yesterday afternoon in the parking lot during the an attempted sexual assault on october 2nd is still on the 49ers/raiders game. loose. >> i do feel a little bit police say one victim was better but if there's still stabbed. the other was punched several somebody out there, there's times in the face. both victims are expected to that unpeace of mind of what's survive. san francisco police say a two- alarm fire in the tenderloin gonna happen. >> this is a sketch of the district is suspicious.
the fire started yesterday suspect. he's 5'8 faa'with a medium -- morning in an apartment building on leavenworth near 5'8" with a medium build. gary. firefighters say the -- had the in addition to that assault, flames under control in about there were three assaults at an hour. no one was hurt but at least one unit was destroyed. the complex this summer and a the red cross is helping man was arrested for those displaced families find a new based on dna evidence and place to live. san francisco giants are remains behind bars. an overnight shooting in back in the bay area this morning. sacramento has left a taxi they arrived a at&t park after taking the red eye from driver dead. witnesses say they heard two philadelphia. gunshots ran outside and ran last night, the giants evened the series. the cabdriver with wounds in there will definitely be three games in san francisco this his upper body. >> i wasn't gonna call 911 until i knew officially it was week. the taxi driver because he was giants' president said fans can expect a thrilling week of playoffs. >> we knew it wasn't gonna be easy. it's 1-1. we felt like we needed to get one. would like to have gotten two. we are tea home. we win three, we go to the world series. >> rollins hits one in the deep right center. >> last night, rollins hit a
home run in game two. the giants and phillies battle in game three. mount cain will be on mound for the giants and cole hamels will pitch for philadelphia. you can watch game three right here at ktvu.com. fox sports coverage begins at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. first pitch, 1:19. jade hernandez is in la fayette where a last-minute voter registration drive is underway. >> reporter: good morning. if you walk out of an east bay safeway, you will run into one of these tables like this and it has all you need to register to vote. today is the last day to register before the midterm elections. members of the league of voters are manning an effort in la fayette, san ramon, martinez and walnut creek at safe ways. this is a non-partisan group and are pushing to make sure
residents know today it's not too late and it's free to sign up. members want voters to remember the punishes of the election. governors will decide who will be california's next governor and decide several propositions. voters will decide whether they want to repeal a global warming statue until the state's rate drops. the president has a message for those not registered. >> i think people need to understand how important it is in a democracy for people to really participate. and that this is the real chance that you have to control what happens in your state and in your local area. the people that you want to have represent you. >> reporter: as he mentioned earlier, voters in the east bay will find tables like these at the safeway like where i am at this morning. the league of women voters are
out here. volunteers will not only be manning tables like this from -- this morning until 9:00. but from 5:00 to 9:00 tonight. if you would like to be a more informed voter there is a site you can go to after you register to vote. smartvoter .org. reporting live in la fayette, jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. all lanes on the san mateo bridge are back open this morning. caltrans closed a westbound lane on wednesday after a routine information found a 10- inch crack in one of the beams under the deck of the bridge. >> over the weekend, crews fixed the problem. caltrans says it will continue to monitor the repairs. but the fact that it's open this morning is certainly good news for drivers. >> yes, it is. 8:06 now. go to tara. >> all right. yes. everything is looking pretty good on the roadways.
this morning. we have no major delays to report except for a pair of accidents we have in the east bay. take a look at ott the maps. the first one is 238 south at the flyover. this is in san lorenzo, as well as this car crash. so definitely give yourself extra time here in the stretch base you can tell by our maps that things are definitely slowing down -- this is the san mateo bridge. all lanes westbound are now reopened as you make your way into hayward. so no delays today. at the bay bridge toll plaza, a different story. you can see the backup extending all the way up the ramp there. so definitely give yourself extra time if you are headed into san francisco. here's steve. >> mostly cloudy, partly sunny skies. a few breaks in the clouds. this is the cloud cover left over from sunday's system that came in gave us some rain, clouds, cools, temperatures. we will had have mostly sunny skies, some more includes in
the morning and then more sun in the afternoon. we'll rebound on the temperatures. very quiet. if anything we'll be warmer. not hot. warmer tuesday/wednesday. it's sure looking like friday. there's the low. it's going to head down right off the coast of l.a., san diego and then hang out there for about two days and then start to accelerate out until another system comes in. they are taking with it some of the rains. some of the rains are really heavy. reno for the month has had 2.1/which is a record.
>> it was light rain but it was there. 60s, into low 70s today. starting off in the 50s. anywhere from 50 to 56. that 5 at san jose. still mostly cloudy. 36 up in tahoe. 40s in eureka and also ukiah.. high pressure is coming in. 10 to 13 degrees warmer today. looks good. we'll see 60s and some 70s today. no problems for tomorrow's game three. that's tomorrow, tomorrow, tuesday, at 1:19. upper 60s to near 70 degrees in
the city. so everyone looks good. sunshine for everybody tomorrow. warmer weather will take us into wednesday. clouds start to roll back in on thursday. we'll cloud it up again on friday. several bay area cities are preparing for the winter storm season. starting today, oakland residents can get up to 20 free sandbags and up to 50 feet in plastic sheeting from various fire stations. the city of san jose will be trimming -- trimming trees in the downtown area as part of the storm preparation. city leaders are hoping to prevent a repeat of last year when a number of city trees came down following the storms. i was reminded, i need to replace my windshield wipers. >> 8:10. there is a new terror alert for europe. why french officials say they are taking the threat from al qaeda seriously. a nato official says he knows where osama bin laden is hiding and it's not in a cave
today. a nato official says he knows where osama bin laden is hiding. the unnamed nato official says he's not living in a cave in afghanistan. instead, he says it's believed the terrorist leader is living in relative comfort in a house in northwest pakistan and protected by locals and some members of the pakistani intelligence services. the area where the officials says bin laden is believed to be hiding covers hundreds of square miles. we're hearing about a new terror threat in europe with france as the target. alison burns is live in our washington, d.c. newsroom with details on how french officials are responding to the threat. good morning, salelyson. a french official says the threat is really -- very real. this comes from saudi arabia intelligence offices is al qaeda in the arabian peninsula is targeting europe,
particularly france. european countries are on high alert and the travel alert from the u.s. state department urging americans to be carbonning traveling near europe is still in effect. france has been boosting security at tourist rights. you question soot armed guards here at the eiffel tower in paris. french officials say they fear they are the target of al qaeda- related groups because of, among other things, the new law in france banning burkas and the involvement of french troops in the war in afghanistan. reporting live from washington, alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alison. testimony from witnesses will had resume today in a hearing for the suspected gunman in the fort hood army base shooting. the hearing is to determine whether there is enough evidence for nidal hasan to stand trial. hasan is accused of fatally shooting 13 beam and wounding
32 others -- people and wounding 32 hours. the from and first lady campaigned together -- the president and first lady campaigned together yesterday for a crowd of 35,000 people. on thursday, president obama comes to san francisco for a fund-raising democratic party dinner. on friday, he will travel to los angeles to campaign for senator barbara boxer. a new associated press poll says the biggest problem for democrats in the november election is lack of enthusiasm among voters. the poll finds that about half of the people that voted for president obama in 2008 say they will definitely cast ballots in the upcoming election. while two-thirds of those who supported january mccain in 2008 said they will vote for now in november. about a quarter of those surveyed who voted for president obama, say they are voting republican this time or thinking about it. former president bill
clinton brought his political star power to san jose state university in a campaign message for democrats. >> you can change the outcome of the congressional elections in america from this campus if you use the social networks and tell the young people of the country -- [ cheers ] >> -- and tell the young people of the country what's in the student loan law. that the republicans have promised to repeal it. republicans are pulling out the big hitters. john mccain appeared at rally in san diego who is trying to unseat barbara boxer. >> barbara boxer is the most bitterly partisan, anti-defense senator in the united states
senate today. i know that because i've had the unpleasant experience of having to serve with her. there -- there are now reports of fraud in the afghanistan voting. they will not announce the results until wednesday. reportedly the commission is in the process of throwing out nearly 25% of the votes because of fraud. more than nine years after chandra levy's death, jury selection of her accused killer is underway. jury selection began in washington, d.c. in the murder trial of the defendant he's been serving time for attacking
three other women. a-year-old pasadena boy who police say was lost by his intoxicated father has been found safe. police say a man helping police search for dylan found the boy about 10:30 last night. that was about 25 hours after he was last seen leaving a wedding with miss father at the wheel. police say the child was found asleep and strapped into his car seat in side and area parking garage. >> the great news is that dylan was in his car seat. he was asleep the at time we found him. he's in good shape. we immediately called the pasadena paramedics. they responded. he's undergoing medical evaluation at this time. >> the boy's father was arrested saturday night alone and on on foot. police say the father was too drunk to remember he left the wedding with -- with the child. the fertility doctor who
helped suleman conceive octuplets will have a hearing today. the babies are all healthy. but the doctor faces allegations of negligence for implanting -- implanting so many embryos. he could have his license suspended or revoked at today's hearing. she also has six other children for a total of 14 children in her care. reporters from all over the world trying to snag interviews with those rescued miners in chile. what some of the miners are requiring before they talk. a big drill is planned for this week.
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$80,000 $80,000. the death toll in the phillippines is rising after a powerful typhoon made landfall. at least three people are confirmed dead. typhoon megi came april shore and 3,000 people have been evacuated to school building and town halls. the typhoon is headed towards southern china where more than 10,000 people have already been evacuated -- evacuated. more than 7 million people are expected to take part in the second annual great california shakeup, that includes schools, businesses and government agencies in the bay area. at exactly 10:21, thursday morning, participants will be asked to duck and cover and practice how to protect themselves from falling objects
during an earthquake. the drill follows the 21st anniversary of the loma prieta earthquake. the quake hitten october 17th, 1989 as the san francisco giants and the oakland as were to about begin game 3 of the world series. freeways collapsed and buildings toppled and caught on fire. 62 people died. more than 3,000 were injured. certainly very memorable shots those pictures. 8:24. time to check in with tara. looks like we have a look at -- look of various shots around the bay. >> that's true. all of our bay area bridges are doing pretty well right now. we do have a report of a fender- bender right at the toll plaza right at you are getting on to the pittsburgh. a carverses a big rig. be a -- be aware of that. on the san mateo bridge, all westbound rains open -- lanes open. that crack has been repaired other et weekend. richmond a little foggy but
traffic is moving very well. same story with the golden gate bridge bit nice and sunny as you make your way into san francisco. we do have some breaks in the clouds, at least we're getting some sun knew. it will be a nice day. tomorrow, it will be sunny and warm he. clouds, sun, warm he. very quiet until friday. another system will come in. it looks like it wants to take the same system as the one on sunday did. although there's discrepancy about that. our low has moved south. no, not before it left some decent rain. about .10, .3. anywhere from .10 san francisco to .3 mount hamilton.
>> temperatures will rebound tomorrow even more so. mount tam is at 49. that's 6 below yesterday at this time. really chilly air. 50 -- 50 to 5. our low visiting southern california will give them rain probably late tonight into tomorrow all the way into wednesday. for us, high pressure. >> thanks, steve. new information now about the shooting of that taxi driver in sacramento county overnight. find out about the development that could help police catch
oakland police are investigating a bold shooting that happened in broad daylight over the weekend. the attacker walked up and shot a map in oakland's rockville neighborhood. claudine wong is there with the very latest on the investigation. claudine. police are still searching for the gunman this morning and a $5,000 reward is being offered
for the public's help. it happened -- it happened in ears san fernando -- in a series of violence over the weekend. police say the 28-year-old victim was using the atm when a man came up behind him and shot him twice. the victim was critically injured. although he was still conscious and talking to police when he arrived. police did not say -- did say he did not say much. >> i kind of -- this is gonna sound bad but i hope it was a known -- it was known. because i woul to be random. four separate shoots. six injured and one person
killed. the person killed was carolyn howard. police dot no -- police do not believe she wass the target. instead she was an innocent bystander who got caught up in a shooting. a $25,000 reward is being offered. live in oakland, claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, claudine. 8:31. we are just getting word, $16,000 reward is being offered for information leading to whoever shot and killed a taxi driver in sacramento county early this northerning. it happened around 3:15 a.m. at an apartment complex off interstate 80. witnesses say they heard two gunshots, ran outside and found the cabdriver with wounds in his upper body.
berkeley police are washing people to be careful after a series of armed robberies in the past few days. four robberies occurred in different parts of berkeley tuesday and wednesday. police believe they may be connected. there was a fifth robbery in oakland on wednesday that may also be connected. the suspects robbed people walking on the greenway trail and on city streets. police say the suspects used a pistol in the tuesday robberies and a shot gun in the crimes on wednesday. a friend of two of the victims said she is more cautious now. >> i've just been trying to be a little bit more cautious and not walk alone as much. look around dorners -- look around corners before i walk
down the streets. this afternoon the giants and phillies will be working out getting ready for the game. >> rollins, back, three runs score. >> jimmy rollins hit a home run last night. the series is tied a game apiece. that guarantees three playoff games right here in san francisco. >> we still feel good about it,
you know, we leave her and go back home for three days. it will be fun and, you know, we're glad to be in this position. cody ross, third solo home run in two games. the giants and phillies battle in game three tomorrow afternoon at at&t park. matt cain will be on the mound for the giants and cole hamels will pitch for philadelphia. and you can watch that game right here on channel 2, fox sports coverage starts at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. first pitch, 1:19. b.a.r.t. has a bold, new plan to boost ridership just in time for the giants playoff. paul chambers is has been getting reaction from riders and has this report. >> reporter: good morning, tori. b.a.r.t. is pulling out all stops. they are giving out a one year's free supply of tickets. they are giving out plane tickets, ice cream. they are doing all they can
because b.a.r.t. ridership is down 22,000 riders each day. so they are gonna try to bring in new once. the way it works is pretty simple. if you are a riding of b.a.r.t., have you to pay attention to the leader boards. >> you want to text the word that you see on the leaderboard and b.a.r.t. will send you back this announcement saying you are in the sweepstakes and could be a winner. one person i talked to said that sounds great but he's not sure if that will be effective. >> i know what gets me to ride b.a.r.t., just get me to work. i run more trains, keep the
trains clean. the cost of this contest pretty minimal. we don't actually have enough money to do this contest. the way we're doing it is on the cheap. using social media. a lot of ways to get the word out. >> b.a.r.t. has lost a lot of revenue. they are hoping people -- they are hoping people who are changing their minds will be drawn to b.a.r.t. they are having a second drawing at the oakland conference center. that contest starts at 12:30 and you will need your cell phone and basically what b.a.r.t. is trying to do is get you to do a lot of things through your cell phone. so they have intersec -- interaction with you. thank you, mall. 8:38. let's go to farrah. she has word of some kind of --
some kind of traffic world. >> that's right. we have a situation in fremont. there are half a dozen votes on the side of the roadway there on 680 southbound near the auto mall parkway exit. be acare of -- be aware of that. taking a look at the maps, we have an injure -- injury accident at shoreline boulevard. also another accident 2le 0 -- 280 southbound el monte. fear one at homestead road and yet another one at saratoga. quite a mess down there. we have a two-car crash off heggen berger road. definitely give yourself some extra time through oakland. all right. at the bay bridge, the same story, all morning long.
8:29. steve, what's going on? >> we have partly cloudy skies. a couple of breaks in the clouds. more morning clouds than afternoon sun. getting a lot of tweets. don't cancel any plans yet. it does look like another system get close to us on friday. today, warmerrer. we'll have beautiful weather tuesday, wednesday. clouds start too roll in. we have though or four days to deal with it. a hoe yesterday wrapped itself up and left a amount up to reno. for us about .10 to .3. we'll clear out most of these clouds and start a warmup. it's very gradual. you can see everything going from east to west. mount hamilton picked up .3.
>> clouds, then sun. 60s, 70s. it will be warmer. temperatures coming up after a very chilly, gray, sunny morning. 71 walnut creek after yesterday's 58. 71 in san jose after yesterday's 59. 49 mount tam. low to mid-50s. 30s in the mountains. 40s up in reno. even 47 ukiah. look at all of the 60s in southern california. they will be dealing with the rain. they are ahead of us on the rainfall. they had had some rain last week and they are gonna get
more. tomorrow's forecast, sin if you -- sunny, warmer weather. it looks like the coast will be beautiful tomorrow. don't worry about the weather issues for the game. here comes the next system on thursday and it will give us a possibility of rain on friday. we're following some breaking news out of tennessee, where two employees of a post office in henting, tennessee were killed in a workplace shooting. the information about a possible suspect is not available. henning is located near memphis. facebook is facing another
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there is a new threat from al qaeda, saudi officials say, and specifically targets france. a nato official says he knows where osama bin laden is hiding. he says he's believed to in a house in northwest pakistan, not in a cave in afghanistan. san francisco giants are back in the bay area this morning. they arrived at at&t park around 5:00 a.m. after taking a red eye flight from philadelphia. midnight tonight is the deadline to register for the upcoming november election. jade hernandez is in la fayette where a last-minute voter registration drive is underway. good morning, jade. >> reporter: good morning. we've been showing you all morning what a lot of customers out of safe way and -- safeway in the east bay will see. they will run into a booth like this. it's a table with all you need to register to vote because today is the last day to register before the elections. members of the league of women
voters of diablo valley are hanking the -- are manning efforts. and the league of women voters is a nonpartisan group and they are pushing to make sure residents know today it's not too late and it's not only simple to sign up but free. league members want voters to remember the importance of november's election. voters will be tackling the question of who will be california's new voter. voters will also decide whether they want to repeal a global warming statue until the state's unemployment drops to .5%. the president of the league has a message for anyone not regiered and not finding the vote. >> i think that people need to under how important it is in a democracy for people po -- for people to really participate. this is the real chance you have to control what happens in your state and in your local area. the people that you want to
have represent you. >> reporter: now, the league of women voters will be out here until 9:00 a.m. at the safeways but they will be back again this morning -- this evening from 5:00 to 9:00. voters in the east bay will find the tables in la fayette, walnut creek, san ramon and martinez. if you would like to become a more informed voter, there is a website called smartvoter .org. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. the alameda county registrar will use ranked- choice voting. ranked-choice voting asks people to choose a first, second and third-choice candidate for a single office. this eliminates the need for an expensive runoff election.
california voters will decide in two weeks if marijuana should be legal. that has many people in mexico wondering how the impact -- how the yum come may impact the borders. one recent study argues a yes vote would only affect drug traffic by 2% to 4%. the theory is that much of the marijuana consumed in california is already grown here. vallejo police are trying to find out who planted a scary- looking device in front of a school. police say the device was made too look like a pipe bomb but was harmless. it was found hanging from a tree at callison elementary school on saturday. this was all part of a -- of an
online scavenger hunt. s say the fire here started in a shed. no one was hurt. a 15-year-old girl is hurt after falling through a skylight at an antioch warehouse. that happened friday night. police say the girl and three other children were playing object roof of the building at 110 l street when she fell two stories landing on the floor. the other kids ran to a nearby restaurant to ask for people. rescuers had to cut through the door of the warehouse to get to the teenager. there are reports this morning of a security breach at facebook. the "wall street journal" says the network is unintentionally sharing information with other advertisers. facebook says it is taking steps to fix the problem.
fox and cable provider cablevision will meet again today to try to come to an agreement over rates. dispute led to a blackout in programming over the weekend. causing 3 million subscribers to miss the baseball playoffs and yesterday's nfl game with the new york giants. cablevision serves, new york, new jersey and connecticut. the subscribe, have experienced several blackouts. the luxury sector is bouncing back to prerecession levels. according to a new study, the worldwide sale of luxury items are expected to surge 10% by the end of the year. that's largely due to wealthy americans and newly rich people in china. buying um designer clothing, jewelry and cars. san francisco international airport is seeing more traffic
despite the slow economy. sfo's director credits the frequent flying to low-cost carriers and a rise in international travel to asia and the middle east. the demand for air travel is growing nationwide and that may lead to more expensives during the upcoming holiday season. experts predict a 7% to 18% spike in airfare from last thanksgiving to christmas. travelers should expect more crowded flights because airlines overlied a few -- onlied ad -- only added a few new locations. a big change begins in the way rescuers give cpr. find out what that change is and why some believe it could change more lives. er feoel cort eeit t totr ree
walmart and kroger are pulling packs of vegetables from their freezers because they may contain fragments of broken glass. no injuries have been reported. the recall affects bags of green peas and bags of peas and carrots sold to the -- sold under the kroger store brand. the mixed vegetables that a were sold at walmart are also being recalled. if you have these items, you can go to the store for a full
refund. new cpr guidelines go into effect today, to start with hard, fast chess cleft presses before giving mouth to mouth instead of the other way around. they say simple -- put, the simplest step first will keep the blood circulating. at the monument community center in concord, there is a toy testing event. there's another one on saturday at the pittsburg adult education center. the city of san rafael is considering changing the way it regulates massage par loss and will hold a hearing on it. this would require a change in state certification. it would increase shutting down illegitimate parlors.
the ordinance goes into effect next march if approved. the legislation would allow the city to fine landlords 1,000 a day if they don't take care of bedbug, mold or garbage but would only apply to apartment buildings. the proposal comes amid an increase of bedbugs. tear have been 500 cases reported so far this year. >> as we wind down, let's take a look at the been with tara. >> that's been our traffic hot spot of the morning, pretty much. if we take a live look, you can see things have gotten better. not too bad of a delay as make your way into san francisco. 880 near the oakland coliseum. this has become ap absolute disaster. we have a big rig at eastbound industrial parkway. we also have a two-car crash
injury car accident, so definitely give yourself extra time. 237, we're seeing quite a bit of backup on the side westbound as you make your way to sun -- sunnyvale. here's steve. we have some clouds left over from the rain. that system will move into southern california giving them rain. we're on the drier side. sunny, warmer, tuesday, wednesday. everything looks great for game three. >> okay. >> game three, four, five weather? >> yes. we're okay. >> that will do it for us. you can watch game three right here tomorrow. giants and phillies. thanks for watching.