tv Mornings on 2 FOX January 8, 2012 7:00am-9:00am PST
now. good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on two, it is sunday, january 8th. i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> this is rose mary. >> we will enjoy what we have. still windy in the hills and they are going to lighten up as we progress to the afternoon. most of us waking up five to 20 degrees warmer than yesterday morning. mostly sunny skies. nice conditions expected and we will cool down a little bit in the work week. look what you can expect in your neighborhood coming up in a few moments. the search is on for an arsonist. a dozen fires have been set in the last few hours. we have more on where they are
being set. allie? >> reporter: we are on redwood boulevard. this is where one of those was set. you can see the fire was set right next to a brick wall and it separates the streets from home and the other grass fires were set in the hills above sylvia lane. another residential area. all together a dozen fires set between 9:30 last night and 3:30 this morning. fire investigators and nevada police say all the signs point to arson. >> they have a number of officers that have been patrolling the area. they have been up in the hills and out on the street looking for the suspect. now the battalion chief will be back in the area to continue the arson investigation. we have also contacted the police this morning. we are waiting to hear back about their part. when i talked to their dispatchers, they said all the officers were very busy right
now trying to fine the people responsible pore this. >> allie rasmus, ktvu news. protestors gathered at the plaza in an anti repression march to the police station. this is video of a starbucks near eighth and broadway that was vandalized. >> this is video of one of our ktvu news vans which was also vandalized. they pulled the cables and drew symbols on the side of the truck. one of the tires was also slashed. the protest that was marked by occupy oakland. it was to condemn the behavior over the past week. officers were stationed at several street corners towards police headquarters. we caught up with them who said this is a different group of protestors than the one
fighting foreclosures and positively impact the community. >> they are trying to provoke violence the last few weeks and they haven't gotten much attention. if they don't get much attention. they go away. >> when they arrived at the station, there were injuries to protestors including broken bones. >> this is in fremon. , 7:30 last night -- fremont . it lost control and then went down in an embankment. the driver of the van was taken to the hospital. passenger died at the scene. alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash. a bicyclist was struck by a car overnight. this is an apparent hit and run, it happened at midnight right along the muni tracks.
they were taken to san francisco general. his condition is unknown. no information on the driver has been released. this morning people in arizona and across the country are remembering the shooting rampage in tucson. a gunman killed six people and injured 13 others including gabrielle giffords who was shot in the head. this is where it happened. she has been there for the first time since it happened. several other events are being held today to honor the people killed in the shooting spree. the family of gabe zimmerman held a number of events. he was one of six people who died in the shooting. he was an aide to gabrielle giffords. this week a hiking trail was named in his honor. the event was up lifting. >> this is a day for everybody who lost someone, to celebrate
their life and celebrate joy. alleged gunman jarrod lee loughner is diagnosed with sis friendia and ruled not -- sis friendia. and not -- schizophrenia. and not able to stand trial. giffords is also scheduled to attend a candle site vigil tonight. there will be a vigil here. it will begin tonight at 6:30 in the yerba buea gardens. ed lee will be sworn in for a full term in office. the inauguration ceremony will be held at 11:00 a.m. former mayor willie brown and diane feinstein are expected to attend. he is going to serve out the rest of the term.
he won the vote with 60%. and he became the mayers mayor with chinese descent in san francisco. this comes at a time when this man is being investigated for an event on new year's eve. they have gathered evidence for the out going supervisor's wife. the district says mirkarimi has not decided whether to press charges. he is scheduled to be sworn in at 2:00 this afternoon. they arrested a man for a string of sexual assaults. he is 32-year-old man. he is charged with a long list of crimes including attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, robbery and rape. >> a tip led them to dosier. the suspect has attacked and robbed three women along
24th street. a petaluma woman is in jail trying to kidnap her ex-boyfriend. she arranged for a mutual friend to pick up the man friday night. espinoza was hiding in the back seat of the car and once he got in, she locked the door and started attacking him. he got out and reported the incident to police. she is being held on a $100,000 bail. dry conditions and windy weather are increasing fire danger in parts of northern california. the want to show you what it looked like yesterday afternoon. the national weather service said low humidity and decreasing wind could make for dangerous conditions in case of a fire. good morning to you. that fire danger is going to be lessening throughout the afternoon. they are going to begin to die down. they are still gusting pretty strong from anywhere 30 to 40 miles an hour.
the hills are very breezy. did you see the beginning of the sunrise. another 10 minutes until the official sunrise. it is glorious out there this morning. you can see around the area, conditions are light. and livermore reporting 10 and san francisco, calm in santa rosa right now. they had a breeze about an hour ago. the difference is in the numbers. 39 degrees in santa rosa one hour ago. and 33 right now. the calm conditions. and the wind drop off and the temperatures sink. >> the rest of us are dealing with a light breeze and how we are in the 40s and low 50s the and in oakland right now. 53 in concord. and temperatures anywhere from, as i mentioned five to 10. even 15 degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. >> satellite radar here. >> mostly sunny skies. and easy to see this clear ridge right over california. this is going to begin to weaken a little bit.
we have a system behind it. that is going to bring light rain over parts of northern california for tuesday. maybe even the sierra picking up a sprinkle or two. for today. a good looking day. and sunny skies. light wind and mild to warm weather expected. and 69 in santa rose s and 67 in nevada and off to the east bay, you have a nice one there. >> oakland, and 66 in danville. and in the temperatures back to the 60s. 66 in san jose. morgan hill. made upper 60 informs around santa cruz. 64 expected in the city. and 64 in daly city. the extended forecast. the temperatures will begin to cool a little bit. we remain above normal for for tomorrow afternoon. it will be quite colder and on shore breeze is going to
return. the weak system will bring us cloudier conditions and cooler conditions and we are expected to remain dry. partly cloudy skies through thursday. temperatures in the low 60s. pack to you. >> time now is 7:10. we are confined to an army base for days. >> the investigation that is prompting the lengthy lock down. >> they are calling it reverse racism. it could be ripped away from a southern arizona school district. we will take you outside for a look at the traffic. this is 880 in oakland. there is road construction going on. and keep an eye out for that. it is 7:11. you are watching mornings on two.
the forecast and mile day for the afternoon. well dozens of soldier at a base in seattle are in lock down over missing military equipment. sensitive military gear was stolen over the holidays. they say no weapons are missing but weapon attach minutes such as night lawers are. >> they are restricted to the base while the army investigates. >> one fails, all fail. >> one person is in trouble, they all get into trouble. >> family members are allowed to visit the soldiers during the investigation. a $10,000 reward is offered for information leading to the equipment return. >> the u.s. coast guard continues to carve out a path for a tanker hauling fuel. new video from the coast guard shows they are cutting through ice off the alaskan coast. it is off the city of nome and the community of 3500 people normally gets the fuel by
barge. but the the supplies in the city are running low. both of the ships are said to arrive in nome tomorrow or tuesday. off the coast of new zealand. a cargo ship has split into two and raising new concerns of a possible oil spill. when the ship grounded in october, more than a thousand tons of fuel spilled into the ocean killing see birds. and nearly 400 tons of oil remain on board. this is the worse maritime environmental disaster in new zealand's history. >> time now is 715 p. there are reports that iran has begun uranium enrichment at a new site. they say the enrichment is being done at a well protected underground facility. it is at the facility built deep inside a mountain to protect the project from any aerial attacks. u.s. has accused iran of
developing nuclear weapons. they have denied doing so. ahmadinejad is on a trip. it comes to increase sanctions in iran and in hopes of halting the nuclear program. ahmadinejad is on a tour of tyrants. his regime is become isolated and he is seeking a helping hand from fellow dictators. they say he is trying to unify the partners. in a tries votes, it is ahead in the primary. five candidates facedoff and we have the details from manchester. >> reporter: six presidential candidates taking the staining in new hampshire, ahead of the granite state's primary. >> we have to nominate someone that can back barack obama. get the tea party behind them. stop the corrupt spending that
is going on. >> mitt romney won iowa by eight votes. he is polling at the top by a wide margin. so, it is no surprise to see romney under attack. >> this experience doesn't necessarily match up with being the handier in chief of the country. the commander of the chief in the country is not a ceo. >> undeclared voters who are independent can take part in either primary. that is sending them in high gear pleading to those who are undecided. >> we have over 100 different businesses and net taking out the ones that lost jobs and added, those businesses have added over 100,000 jobs. >> i have a record of learning how to create jobs. >> john huntman is banking to boost his campaign. and holding 160 events since declaring his bids for the presidency. >> i delivered a flat tax for my state. >> i took them to number 1 in job creation. >> now, it is half time.
the debate tonight and another one. for the residents to get their last look at all six candidates all at once. >> in manchester, steve brown. they will cast their votes this tuesday. south carolina will follow a week later. >> well, mitt romney will be the target of new attack ads. and the los angeles times reports this morning. that a super pack called winning the future is behind the new ads which will start tomorrow. >> it is believed to be spending $1 million and has ties to newt gingrich. he has blamed romney for the loss. and pack in the former massachusetts governor funded attack ads in the state. >> today, the california disclose act campaign kicks off. this is full disclosure of who is paying for campaign ads. >> this is going to stop major contributors from hiding behind names. advertisers in every form. including print, tv, radio and internet will be covered.
it includes add ads for different measures. immigrants convicted of crimes; and they are being trained object focusing on high risk offenders. i am grant was clean records are no longer the face of deportations. >> they are representing thousands of ice officers have not olid the members to participate in the training. school district is in danger of losing million dollars of funding because of what is being taught. the tucson unified school districts said the studies program, a judge said the rush rick almost is biased and promotes racism. >> arizona can hold back funding to the district until the district is changed. >> many parents and students say they are angered and a
federal lawsuit is unconstitutional. >> they have to have some first amendment right to teach an adopted curriculum. >> this is an adopted curriculum. >> you take every incident and you interpret it in racial terms and put it in a racial context and you use that for ally hispanic minority against a majority. >> they are going to proceed with the issue on tuesday. >> well, caught on tape. a good samaritan jumps into action on a store clerk. why this is not his first had he heroic act. >> son 9/11 ma county breaks out. they made no attempt to put the flames out. outside the door this morning, relatively mild out there. with abundant sunshine expected in the afternoon. we will look at the temperatures expected for your area, coming up. so, this is delicious
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. more than 100 firefighters attacked this fire. there are reports that part of the structure collapsed and no firefighters were injured. it took an hour to get it under control the cause is still under investigation. >> the cause of a large brushfire in solano county is being investigated. nine people were on the island but the coast guard helped everyone evacuate safely. firefighters say they let the fire burn because of the strong wind and lack of vehicle access. >> i haven't seen wind like this out here. gale force wind or hurricane winds. >> no structures were threatened. a 22-year-old california man is being hailed as a hero. it is not the first time. this is video for southern california convenience store.
alex ruiz. it shows him rushing at two teenagers who were trying to steal beer. he was in the gray hoodie and can be seen running out of aisle. he stepped in when the teens tried to attack the store clerk. >> when you see there is a threat to somebody. and it is either fight or flight the and i just fight. >> well, they were able to run away and the police are looking for them. this is not the first time ruiz stopped an attempted robbery. he stopped another teenager who tried to steal beer. he is awarded a merit and doesn't have to pay for coffee at the convenience store. we saw the video from liberty island. we want to check in with rosemary. >> they are improving here at home. in sierra, still gusty conditions. also a red flag warning and santa ana wind for today. >> we are going to be mild to
warm once again. the winds are decreasing as it continues to shift farther from the bay area. high pressure in control of the weather pattern for the afternoon. temperatures are going to warm once again. above normal by several degrees. we broke a few records yesterday. they do the same today. we are expecting the on shore flow to return. mostly sunny skies and then for your afternoon. lunchtime to upper 60s and where we are calm. santa rosa waking up in the low mid-30s and most of us dealing with 40s and 50s. right around oakland. this is in the afternoon. san rafael and # six san jose. and expected mountain view as well as morgan hill. it shows you a dry one. without the wind. it is a lot chillier. and highs are not as warm and above average for this time of year. we continue to fall back. our temperatures are sit ng the
low 60s. and tuesday looks to be perhaps the coolest day and breezy conditions in the forecast as the weak system moves through. at this point we still look dry with the system. back to you. >> if you are looking for some snow, you could head to austria. heavy snowfall has blanketed that country and even the risk of avalanche in mountain areas. the ski resorts, the tourists have no choice but to stay put. train service in the country has also been shut down. religion on the basketball court. new ritual before tipoff setting off a debate in marin county. >> fire insist one north bay county. they believe they are all connected and all set on purpose.
. a string of fires all set in one north bay city. all set within the last 11 hours. right now the search is on for the person responsible. welcome back and i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> they believe all the fires are connected. the question is who is behind them. allie resist must joins us with the investigation must underway. allie? >> he said it is very lucky
there was no wind and the fires could have easily spread. about a dozen fires set overnight. most of them in the hillside here behind us. this is sylvia lane behind the residential area where there is a couple hundred homes, the hillside is where most of the grass fires were set overnight. now, nevado fires were set between 9:30 last night and 3:30 this morning. they had the arson dogs sniffing around. and investigators believe all the fires were deliberately set? >> we are looking at our arson fires and what we probably have a good idea these are juveniles. we don't know for sure. that's the direction we are leaning. we have an investigation in progress. and the arson investigators at the scene. >> pretty scary and our friend who are befores are expecting a
dry, harsh fire season this year. >> now, along with the grass fires on the hillside. one fire was set in a dumpster. another was set in the sidewalk. >> the grassy area next to the sidewalk on redwood boulevard. that is next to the brick wall that separates the street to the nearby homes. there wasn't a lot of wind last night. this could have posed a threat to so many of the residents in the houses in the area. >> they are investigating. and they believe this is the work of an arson or arsonists and nevado police, we reached out to them and they are supposed to get back to us. investigators are also supposed to be back on the hillside to continue the investigation now that it is daylight. allie rasmus, ttvunew -- ktvunews. this started in sacramento.
they tried to pull over a reckless driver. a chase began. when he began driving, they fired at least four shots in his direction. he was hit multiple times and his injuries are not life-threatening. >> a patrol officer was also injured when thinks car hit a tree. gabrielle giffords will reflect on the tucson shooting spree at a candlelight vigil. >> a gunman killed six people and injured 13. they returned to the safeway where it happened for the first time since it happened. a memorial plaque was unveiled. it is not likely the alleged gunman will face a jury this year for the tucson shooting. he is diagnosed with schizophrenia. he is not fit to stand trial. it was put on hold following his diagnosis.
he continues to be forcibly medicated at a prison in missouri. he has other charges stemming from the shooting. this marks the first ram april nefersary and -- this marks the first anniversary. >> she surprised colleagues to raise the debt ceiling. now she face as may 30th deadline to decide whether she will appear on the november ballot for her congressional seat. analysts say potential republican challengers are waiting to see if she will run. occupy san jose will hold a march. they are declaring san jose and the pacific railroad case dealt with the railroad properties and laid the foundation for today's laws. this allows corporations some
of the same rights afforded to people. tensions ran high during a foreclosure rally in the excelsior district. >> they were demanding foreclosures and evictions of homeowners and they want banks to stop predatory lending tactics. >> they are one of the neighborhoods hit hardest by foreclosures. >> nonworking smoke detector could have played a role in the death after woman in bay point. we reported to you yesterday. a woman died when flames and thick smoke swept through the town home. >> she had been ill and had been troubled getting around. >> a man suffered minor burns and escaped the flames. the hoax alarm never went off. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. >> this is the lucky supermarket the the one alarm
fire broke out in the rear of the store at about 8:00 a.m. yesterday morning. shames and smoke was visible. but they were able to contain it quickly. no injuries reported in the store and it soon reopened. the cause of the fire is still not determined. >> they are treating the death of the woman as suspicious. >> she was found on limon road. she was pronounced dead at the scene. the major crimes division is ledding the investigation. her identity has also not been released. >> rally is being held tomorrow in one of the longest running marijuana medical dispensaries. it closed due to federal pressures. >> a letter from the attorney sent a letter to the them and rent money received unless it ended operations by tomorrow. this action is in sharp contrast to the promise to leave dispensaries alone as
long as they abide by local and state laws. >> a san mateo boy hopes it will help them find a rare bone narrow match. >> people of mixed race like kyle who is half clean nice and half white have a hard time fining matches. yesterday, they organized a drive to fine donors who are mixed race. >> jacky spear came to make a plea to get everyone registered. >> this is an important way you could make a statement about your commitment to life. and commitment to kyle. commitment to many more children across the country. there will be another don't nor do i have and it will be held at the haight ashbury clinic. >> according to the decision by catholic youth organization
officials have led some parents to be upset. cyo officials said if they are not wanting to pray, they can sit quietly on the bench. a number of private and public venues throughout the county. >> oak land is considering the different strategy to pay for a new ballpark. >> city leaders are looking at a pay to play visa program. it provides for investors with a green card. at loose they put $1 million into a project. if the project location is in an area with high unemployment. they can buy in for a minimum of $500. >> he is now approaching the chinese with that idea. if you want a future home of the niners, could cost you. they will begin selling season packages for the new stadium in santa clara.
the cost to build it be a the team is looking for revenue. once you buy a seat. can you buy season tickets and it would cost you $3,500. and up. >> the new stadium could open up as early as 2014. >> this needs to be repaired after a driver smashed her car into it. and it is on cast center valley boulevard. the window was demolished. and the woman behind the wheel of the car is yachtful no one was seriously injured. >> went lew the window of the coffee shop. but thank god no one was hurt. >> no one was sitting outside drinking coffee. one man inside did cut his hand when he tripped and fell to avoid being hit. >> the valley transportationing authority is trying to make your commute a bit more enjoyable. >> the agency will begin phasing in 20 new electric buss from a hayward manufacturer. >> they will have free wi-fi
and high back seats with foot it rests. >> fares will continue to cost $4. the ferry terminal could soon go bye-bye. area officials are scheduled to discuss a monthly fee to park in 160 spots located close to the dock. over fists say it would bring in $125,000 a year in the golden gate district. which is facing a $87 million deficit. good morning to you. are you ready for another enjoyable day. that's what we have in store for you. this is a few high clouds. plenty of sunshine in for for the afternoon. >> it is 20 to 30. and here closer to the surface. >> we have wind calmer. to 10 to 15. and it is reported at fairfield. and it is a little gusty and
russel the trees outside the doors this morning. calm conditions at oakland airport. where it is calm, it is cold. >> 33 degrees in santa rosa. and napa. and how it is an indicator. we point that out. time and time again. >> where again, the winds are blowing. >> 47 in livermore. >> winds are been on and off and into the morning now. >> 47 in san jose. and 52 degrees. and oakland is calm at 43. the city is holding object to 56 degrees. >> ridge of high pressure in control of the weather pattern. as i back it up a little bit. >> it is clear to see the arch there. and weaken by a little bit tomorrow. >> we have energy on the back side. bring a few scattered showers. and maybe to sierra. and it looks like a bit of energy will break off and slide down the coastline. let's forward it to to two in
the morning. notice a little bit of rain off the northwest corner. i will shift this way. you will watch as the symptom dewpoints down the south of us and right over the coastline. we will continue to match it move this way. that will continue and on shore flow will cool us down. >> perhaps, a slight chance for maybe a sprinkle. >> i am going to leave that in there. as we have seen in the past. it shift as little to the east. we get a little bit of rain. >> windy hills. and they are decreasing for the afternoon highs. and for the afternoon in the 60s. and areas right around saint hill lena. and san rafael. and low to mid-60s there. and in walnut creek. >> and that the santa clara valley. the peninsula. a good looking day for you. >> 64 in the city. the extended forecast here.
a little bit cooler for tomorrow. >> wake up a lot colder without the offshore wind blowing. >> we will have temperatures a little pit above normal for this time of year. and then the clouds increase. >> breezy conditions and temperatures will fall back in the low 60s the and 64 degrees. 63 degrees looking at the average with part play cloudy skies. >> we will look at your lunchtime numbers coming up. >> this morning's security is being stepped up in the philippines. what they are saying about a possible terror attack. >> road kill is paying off for a certain group of people. >> that is 101 in smooth. and sun is shining out there. >> there is an accident on highway one in santa rosa by the bodega highway.
. good morning to you, a live look at san rafael. and the forecast for the morning hours, a nice afternoon for your sunday. >> new this morning. president of the philippines is warning about a possible terrorist attack. he said the terrorists may be getting ready to attend the catholic procession in manila, as a result, he is stepping up security in the country. >> two people were hurt after a package was left outside their home in colorado. it happened in lafayette and a woman picked up two packages left at her doorstep and carried them to her car.
she was driving off when one of the packages exploded. several people living nearby were forced to evacuate from their homes as a precaution. >> the device that did go off, it wasn't large enough for massive destruction. we are not overly concerned about any serious blast otherwise we would have investigators in the vehicle even in their bomb suit. >> they believe the two people were targeted but did not say why. >> a serial investigation is underway in california. homeless people are the targets. place say the first murder happened at a suburban strip mall. they say the surveillance camera recorded the murder taking place and it only released a few still images. now two days after that, a third body was found outside of a library. >> we believe it as serial
murder. and that is because of the proximity in time the murders occurred and awful victims were middle aged male homeless. and all stabbed multiple times. three different police agencies including the fbi are now investigating the murders. they say they are looking for a driver of a white early 2,000 toyota corolla. they are being asked to stay in shelters and stay in public places. >> food stamps resip cents is up for debate in new york city. michael bloomberg set up the program to stop people from abusing public assistance programs. they say it is targeting low income people and making them feel worse about their situation. >> governor andrew cuomo said it should come to an end. supporters say it is necessary. >> i understand fraud detection and fingerprinting but don't make a child go to bed hungry. >> mayor bloomberg is right.
this is a simple and easy process that has helped us prevent waste and abuse in the programs. >> supporters say new york has the highest percentage of people receiving food stamp and they caught 2,000 people abusing the system. there was a park ranger killed one week ago at mount raniresidents r, a -- ra nier, the ranger was a wife and mother. a suspected gunman. 24-year-old benjamin barnes was found dead in a greek. he drowned. barnes had been acting ear rally since he returned home from war. navy seal who decently shot himself three days ago has died. police say clayton was in his home showing a gun to a woman in a nightclub and he excellently shot himself in the
head. he is survived by his parents and three sisters. they are accusing the u.s. army of abusing after began tee dane tees -- afghan detainees. they are calling for them to be freed. karzai is demanding they turn them over to his country. they have been working on a timetable to transfer for the prison over the next two years. >> some of the prisoners complained about prisoner abuse. others complained about abuse. some about goes and lack of access to lawyers. a u.s. embassy spokesman responded by saying the u.s. is commited to working with the afhhan government to work with the detainees. time now is 7:49. air quality is already poor in the san joaquin valley but it
is making the situation even more critical. it has the worse air quality and almost every day they have dirty air. they have urged communities to urge burn bans and cut down on industrial pollution. they say their policies are sound. road kill is turn ago profit for people in illinois. >> according to a new state law. anyone with a fur bear license can al advantage pets or meat from animals on the side of the road. could help them save money by selling the pelts and clean up the side of the roads of the to prevent poaching, the car casts can be salvaged if the animal is in season. it is favored among many children and why one country is pulling sesame street from the air. brisk winds over the area. temperatures around the bay soar once again. we will look at the forecast
. sesame street is no longer entertaining preschool children in the middle east. they have funding to palestine forever ryety of shows and for asking them for statehood this october. producers for the show call the hiatus a lost for the children. >> research has shown that children develop a better understanding and acceptance of others. they learn critical thinking. they become more creative. >> they are using the down time to refurbish the muppets. >> beyonce had a c-section at a new york city hospital.
the baby is named ivy blue carter. jay z is the father and his real name is sean carter. she real vealed her pregnant at mtv video music awards. it was a reunion 45 years in the making. >> i think you have our eyes. >> christmas day in 1965, seven sister insist indiana were separated by the welfare department. two of them met for the first time. hope jeffers hasn't seep her sister since she was three years old. ever since being placed in foster homes they have been looking for the family. >> i thought i could hear my mom. coming to get me. i kept thinking she will be here think time. >> they say more reunion i
don't knows are yet to come and they continue to search for the last two. a las vegas restaurant is giving some new high rollers a tasty way to spend the winning. this is the 5,000 combo selling for, you guessed it 5,000 bucks. >> at the mandalay bay restaurant. >> it is drizzled with truffles. and world' nouned chef said the burger is worth every penny. >> if you really hit the jackpot here. hands down you have to stop here and try this. ultimate experience when it comes to the burker. >> it includes this about thele of petron. >> they left behind 50 tons of trash. 80 workers were out this week. >> they also picked up 5 tons of card board and 3500 beverage
containers and more trash was collected at the rose bowl gym. it took the dump trucks to collect the mess. it would cost denver $1.5 billion to host the roll limb particulars in 2022. officials in the lake tahoe area are making a run for the winter dames. they hosted them in jaw valley and they are going to -- in squaw valley. and the committee is going to host a city in 2015. legally blind teenager is beating the odds on the ski slopes and will compete in the 2014 para olympics. >> she can see 3 feet in front of her and began skiing at four years old with the adaptive association in new york. she got hook td after a few lessons. >> i started skiing with two instructors. >> one instructor was on one
side and then on the other side. and my parents thought it would be like that for the rest of my life. >> she is able to ski with no help at all and compete in a national championship next week in new hampshire. >> 7:56. still dry out there. nice morning. how beautiful it is in the neighborhood. rosemary has the forecast for us. >> it is gorgeous and temperatures will continue to warm. we hit a few 70s. back to above average today. 33 degrees in areas right around santa rosa. we are seeing a little bit of light win. some of us in oakland holding on to 56. new numbers. upper 50s and 60s. fabulous lunch hour in the afternoon highs. 60 to 68 degrees expected. the winds are lightening up and we are expecting a very
pleasant day. >> 64 in the afternoon and 65 at san rafael. and parts of the north bay. and down into the south bay. mid-upper 60s as well. >> 67 in morgan hill and you have got a good looking afternoon as well. >> extended forecast here. colder tomorrow and bundle up for work on monday. the winds will go away and that will help drive temperatures down. slightly cooler and above normal. tuesday, wednesday, thursday, it looks like a weak system rolling through the area. we will have minimal impact and drive them down. we are looking to remain dry. and breezy conditions expected on tuesday. little bit of an improvement on thursday. back to the desk. >> we continue to follow overnight nows. >> dozen fires set in nevado and why they are calling it arson. >> there is a protest against
news van. damage left behind in oakland. in the tucson massacre, the event scheduled in arizona as well as right here at home. much more on the second hour on ttvu, -- ktvu, mornings on 2. >> this is ktvu, mornings on 2. >> welcome back to ktvu. mornings on 2. i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. we will get a check of the forecast. good morning, rosemary. >> dry and seasonbly mild. we watched that over the last hour or so and will continue through the afternoon. temperatures. it is up anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees and in some cases. mostly sunny skies. and nice afternoon in store. we will head back to work tomorrow. see what you can expect in the area, coming up. >> following overnight news.
>> nevado fire department is investigating cases of arson. allie rasmus is with us and why they say it could be much worse? >> allie? >> reporter: more than a dozen fire insist a dozen locations between nine and 3:30 this morning. can you see the remnants from the fire across the street from us. this is redwood boulevard near sea crest. that is from a fire that was set around 3:00 this morning. it is a wall that separates the street from a residential neighborhood. most of these fires were relatively small and the largest fire was on a 20 by 40-foot patch on the hillside above sylvia lane. this is another residential lane above the boulevard. they believe the fires were deliberately set by someone on foot, probably. all the fires were in walking
distance of each other. >> it is fortunate, there is no wind overnight and the fires didn't spread or threaten any nearby homes. >> they have a number of officers that have been patrolling the area. and up in the hills. out on the street looking for the suspect. >> that is scary. and my friends that are firefighters, they are really, expecting a dry harsh fire season this year. >> an investigator, arson investigator is supposed to be back out here later in the morning. they are going to be out here now that it is daylight to get a look at the hillside for the overnight fires. it is for any sort of suspect. they don't have much to go on right now. they don't know if it is the work of an arsonist or a group of people. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> they are living in temporary housing after a fire in san francisco. it happened before 9:30 last night in the sunset district. they were able to quickly put
out a fire. and two adults and two children were displaced. no one was hurt and the cause is still being investigated. dry conditions and windy weather are increasing fire danger in parts of northern cal ankle. this is how -- northern california. >> this is how it looked. there is a red flag warning until noon. national weather service had decreasing winds for the conditions in case of a fire. >> at least six people are in police custody. this is a night of protest. that led to vandalism. >> this is in an anti repression mark to the police station. this is video of a starbucks. they were abdomen everyone vandalized and they marched through the street. >> i will show you one of the videos which was also vandalized and they through symbols on the side of the truck. one of the tires had also been
slashed. the protest that was organized by occupy oakland. the group said it was to condemn the behavior over the past week. le officers were stationed at several street corners and police headquarters. we did catch up with the mayor who said this is a different group of protestors than the one that will fight foreclosures and boss till limb pact the community. >> this is a small group that is trying to pro vehicle violence. if they don't get much attention, they sort of go away. >> now, when they awry at the police station. some items were thrown towards officers. >> there were injuries to protestors including broken bones. >> there was a death of a woman. >> it was found around two in the morning. she was pronounce pee dee dead at the scene. >> not releasing any details of her death. but the major crimes division is loading the investigation.
her identity is not released. >> they have released the name of a man with the string of assaults in the mission city district. they identified freeze rick doseer and being charged with a long list of crimes. assault with a deadly weapon. robbery, rain. >> a tip led them to dosier and dna links them to the crimes. > well, in just a few hours. san francisco mayor he had lee will be sworn in for a full term in office. the inaugural ceremony will be held at is 11:00 a.m. >> former mayor willie brown and diane feinstein are expected to attend. they will serve the rest of the term and won the election become in november with more than 600% of the vote -- 60% of
the vote. sheriff elect mirkarimi is going to be sworn in. and he is going to be investigated for a domestic violence incident. police have gathered some evidence in the case including photos but the out going supervisor's wife has not filed a complaint. the district attorney has not decided whether to press charges. mirkarimi is scheduled to be sworn in at 2:00 this afternoon. two more days until the primary. they are trying to get nare messages out this weekend. they met in manchester for a debate. >> we will take you live to manchester with more on what is happening today on the campaign trail. >> time now is 8:07. people in arizona and across the country are remembering the shootings of the rampage. >> a gunman killed six people and injured 13 others. gap yell giffords was shot in
the head. she returned to the tucson safeway where it happened. a memorial plaque was unveiled at the site to remember the victims. they planned trees as a symbol of peace. they have rib bobs with the names of -- ribbons with the names of the victims written on them. giffords is scheduled to attend a candlelight vigil tonight. >> they will remember the tucson shooting victims. it is going to begin there. good morning to you. if you enjoyed yesterday, no complaints about today. the win are going to lighten up. our temperatures will be back up. we are looking at a pleasant day. looking outside our doors. we have high clouds. plenty of sunshine. we are dry out there. and they help to dry us out. the light win, although it is not too strong and near the surface. it has helped to change up the
temperatures. we are a lot warmer than where we started yesterday. we are gusty over the north bay. over the east bay, the oakland hills constitutional reporting gusts to 27 miles an hour. unmounted diablo reporting winds to 45 miles an hour. they will continue to weaken and die down throughout the afternoon. we won't see the trees russelling around. and 34 degrees in santa rosa where we are looking at calm conditions. so now that the wind is dropping off and the temperatures are dropping off as well. >> 32 in fairfield and concord. 50 in san francisco. oakland. and san jose. and 40 degrees in livermore. most of the temperatures are higher than yesterday. you can see clear skies and few high clouds moving in. ridge, clear to see on this satellite view. high arch keeping it to the north. we have got an am system on the back side that is going to weaken the ridge starting
tonight and tomorrow. by tuesday. some sports of california will get a pringle. >> i will figure out what the system is going to do. one scenario, it drives across the pacific northwest and drops down just like what we saw a couple of days ago. >> we have the model here that will put off a part of the energy. we are into the morning hours here. and do you see how it shifted south. it stayed off the coast. didn't bring us any rain and all it has to do is shift to the east. it is a little bit of drizzle. should be a minimal impact system and for the most part. we are looking at dry conditions on tuesday and breezy cloudy skis. just gorgeous. sunny skies. and light winds. mild to warm and once again. 69 in areas of santa rosa. and san rafael. and mid- 60s around oakland and san francisco. and redwood city. 66 in san jose.
upper 60s in santa cruz. is a dry ex tensed forecast and the cool he is -- text tended forecast. le and it will be chillier without the win and hold on to them tuesday, wednesday and it thursday. >> if you go to san francisco for the inauguration we will look at the day planner coming up. thanks, rosemary. there is a live look outside. there is the golden gate bridge. traffic moving great. >> 746 feet tall to the top of the towers down to the water. >> swinging over to the east. >> there is the bay brink. looking good. no traffic. no problems on inter state 80 in both directions. >> a car struck it a bicyclist in what police say was an apparent hit and run. >> it was on the muni tracks. and the bicyclist was take fast ball to san francisco general. his condition is unknown.
>> no information being released on the driver. highway patrol is investigating a deadly crash in fresidents emonn and north of scott creek road. and lost control. hit two other cars. has been then went down an embankment. >> the passenger died at the scene. and investigators say alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crab. >> time now isle -- in the crash. did. >> time now is 8:12. what the coast guard is could go to make sure a small alaskan town can get some heat. >> missing military equipment forcing a lock down at a military base. >> nancy they will least sis friendia if returns to the base. >> what she is making about the november election. education, you can now earn even more cash for your school with two box tops on brands like old el paso,
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. what a beautiful day. rebounding above normal once again. new this morning. your ran may be conducting uranium enrichment at a new site. they are closely connected to the ruler. it is being done at a well-protected under ground facility deep inside a mountain. that is meant to protect them from aerial attacks. they have accused iran of trying to develop nuclear weapons but they have don'ted that. the u.s. coast guard is helping
out a russian tanker. this is for a tiny alaskan city. they are cutting a path off the alaskan coast for the tanker. they are on the way to the city of nome and the city of 3500 people normally gets the fuel from the barge. but it prevented them from getting the last order. now supplies are running low. they are set to arrive in nome by tuesday. a grounded cargo ship has split in two spilling containers into the sea. when the ship grounded in october. over a thousand tons of fuel spilled into the ocean. killing tens of thousands of sea birds. tons of oil remain consist on barred. this is the worse maritime disaster in new zealand's history. they are on lock down over missing equipment. >> sensitive gear was stolen
over the holidays. they say no weapons are missing. and several weapon attachments are. >> about 100 soldiers are restricted to the military base while the army investigates. if one fails. all fail. >> one person is in trouble. they all get into trouble. >> family members are being allowed to visit the soldiers. a $10,000 reward is for the investigation. >> only two more days until the first primary of the year. bop candidates met this morning for another debate. hours after debating in manchester. >> we will glow live to reporter steve brown. and good morning, steve. >> hey, there. good morning. >> yes, they wrapped up a little bit ago. already, the can dates begin to scatter and start hitting the last couple of days worth of campaigning. the debates are real important for helping undecideds making
up their mind. among the group is independent. here in the state of new hampshire, independents. people not affiliated with the republican or democratic party can vote in either party's campaigning. it makes voting up here tricky. because they act differently than democrats or republicans. >> you have seen all sorts of efforts up here to try to get folks. >> real important factor in getting people and undecideds to break in your direction. >> they don't tend to turn out to events. and you are holding it here in rochester today. >> they tend to spend more time. bleeding through the internet and talking with folks and spending a lot of time and watching debates. >> we do see three candidates who are doing the best among him. >> and he is winning both the
republicans and independents on both sides of the fact. and because of the libertarian streak, he is doing well and so is john huntsman who invested the most amount of time. and handling over 40 events. this looks like a place where he is trying to make a stand. >> in turn of the campaign. you have to ride two horses. >> and you have to go after the independent dents. number 1 issue, jobs and the economy. >> not all that surprising. >> but they have to go about it in different sorts of ways. >> back to you in the bay area. >> fighting for poll numbers there. and in last night's debate. he went after mitt romney and it is the same in this morning's debought. it appears that gingrich has received a donation to a pro
super pack of $5 million from a las vegas businessman and it does appear he will be loading up if you will for the south carolina primary which comes next. there is a lot more time to bat the particular event and there will be time to translate that money donated to the pro gingrich it super pack to tv ads and the gunk given campaign has telegraphed that they are getting it ready to go ahead and produce those. >> while they are starting to make a move, if you will here, he is spending a lot more time and focus in terms of the campaign or it would appear but the next contest coming up. >> steve brown coming up. and for this morning. see if we appreciate the update. he was just talking about advertising. mitt romney will be the target of new attack ads launched in new hampshire. los angeles times reporting that a super pack called winning future is behind the new ads which will start
tomorrow. they are believed to be spending more than a million dollars and has ties to newt gingrich. they have blamed romney for the loss in the iowa caucuses and backing the funded attack ads against gingrich in that state. >> stay tuned. and leading up to tuesday's big primary, the our own ken is live. and we will go live to him. >> nancy pelosi is rallying support for this election year. >> we have an increased determination that one year from now. when we come together, we will be celebrating a great democratic victory take being back the house. >> pelosi said democrats have a lot to do. and they will regain a majority and president obama will be' elected.
>> show spoke for the annual new year's community event. >> in the economy watch. we are getting a review of how well the retailers did in the shopping season. >> before they release the report. sales likely rose. .3%. and that would follow a .2% rise in november. the improving job market is leading to better sales for retailers. >> they announced the economy added two hub jobs in december. >> news from kupertino apple, it may be causing a bigger than ever on data networks for vier less. >> its loading those to use twice as much data. when compared to the regular i four. >> we debuted with the is this is past october. >> big debut set for tomorrow
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not as cold as it helped to steer out the air. the wind will be easing up. that is great news for the fire concerns. we have sunny skies and lunchtime numbers. low 60s and then for the afternoon. 63 degrees expected if you are headed to the center for inauguration day. it is a nice day in san francisco. we will be breeze write and then for the afternoon. sunny and warm once again. mid 60s. san rafael and 66 in fremont, and expected in the city around oakland. extended forecast. it will begin to cool off as early as tomorrow. we remain above average for monday afternoon. tuesday is the coolest day. as i pointed out earlier. models having a hard time in inch didding where the system will fall. it will bring us relatively dry
conditions. breezy conditions and cool us back quite a bit. our temperatures rebound. getting back to the weekend. temperatures are expected to fall with light winds. tomorrow morning will be a chilly start. back to you. >> the transportation authority is trying to make your commute a bit more enjoyable. they will begin phasing in. new buses from the manufacturer. and they will have free wi-fi and high back seats with foot rests. fares will continue to cost $4. time now is 8:27. busy day for firefighters. the flames destroy a building and the investigation is underway. >> could there be an arsonist on the loose. a dozen fires set overnight. >> the long time leader passing away this week be.
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. good morning, welcome back to morning on two. i am mike mibach. i am claudine wong. >> this is mostly grass. and we are in nevado with the investigation underway. allie? >> reporter: they believe they have a fire bug on their hands. more than a dozen fires set overnight. five different locations all within a six hour period. from nine last night until three in the morning. most of them happened in this neighbor. this is sea crest drive. you can see the remnants of one
of the small foyers. see the burn mark on the wall that separates the street from a nearby residential neighbor. it is right underneath the pgand e power pole. this fire was brought under control quickly. no homes were damaged. most of the fires set overnight were small grass fires. the largest was on the 20 by 40-foot patch on columbine court. that is also in the residential area. they believe the fires were all deliberately set by someone on foot. and they were within walking distance. it was lucky there was no win and the fires did not spread to nearby homes. it is a dry winter. overlooking in the hills and dry vegetation and little bit of green grass and mostly the dead and down tree. >> i tried to get home insurance through a couple of companies. they said they won't give it
because it is such a dry grassy, woods sis friendia area. >> they are supposed to be back out in the area this morning. now, that it is daylight. continue their investigation. the nevado police are continuing their investigation. they don't have much to go on. they don't know if it is the work of one person or a group of people. >> they continue. >> live had nevado. channel 2 news. >> the cause of a los angeles building fire is still under investigation this morning. it broke out last night at a factory that holds building materials. part of the structure collapsed and no firefighters were injured. it took an hour to get it under control and more than 100 firefighters had to be called in. >> back here in the bay area. >> a none working smoke detector could play the role of a death of a went. flames swept through a two story town home. she had been ill and had trouble getting around.
a man suffered minor burns and he managed to escape the fire. the smoke alarms never went off. the cause of the fire still under investigation. in daly city, the fire forced the evacuation of lucky supermarket. it broke out in the rear of the store yesterday morning. flames and smoke were visible and they were able to contain the fire pretty quickly. no injuries were reported and the for was able to reopen. no word yet on the cause. the cause of a large brushfire on liberty island in solano county is being investigated. nine people were on the island. and the coast card was able to help everyone evacuate safely. they had strong winds and there was a lack of vehicle access. >> i haven't seen wind out here like this. i thought it was going to be wriesy. no structures were threatened.
occupy san jose will hold a protest. this is southern pacific error case. and it is argued there 125 years ago. it dealt with the taxation of railroad properties and lay the foundation for today's law regarding are corporation person hood. it allows them the same rights and responsibilities awarded to people. tensions ran high in this district. occupy protestors and other activists went back to bank on mission street -- bank to bank on mission street. they wants banks to stop what they call predatory lening tactics. excel see i don't remember is one of those hit by the foreclosures. >> this is the longest running
marijuana medical dispen sear. it closed due to federal pressure on the buildings' landlord. a letter from the u.s. attorney to the landlord threatened to forfeit the money and any rent received. and if operations didn't end by tomorrow. they say it is a sharp contrast to the obama administration's promise to leave the dispensaries alone as long as they abide by state and federal laws. george livingston passed away yesterday. they first elected him to the city council in 1965. he became the second african-american elected to a city office in richmond. when the mayor died in office, they chose livington to replace him. livingston died from complications of diabetes. he was 78 years old. tonight gabrielle giffords will reflect on the one year anniversary of the shooting spree at a candlelight vigil s
it was one year ago today when they injured others and including giffords who was shot in the head. they returned to the tucson safeway where it happened since the shooting. it was unveiled at the site to remember the victims. coming up at 8:45. we will show you the other victims being remembered today. >> it is now underway in southern california. homeless people are the targets. first murder happened on the strip mall of december 20th. this surveillance camera reported the murder taking place and only a few still images are being released. another homeless man was stabbed to death. >> a third body was found outside of a library. >> we believe it is a serial murder. and that he because of the proximity in time and all victims were middle age male homeless. all stabbed multiple times.
>> three different police agencies including the fbi are now investigating the murders. they are looking for the driver of a white early 2,000 model toyota corolla. they are being asked to sleep in shelters and stay in public places. >> a man is being hailed as a hero. it is not the first time. at 11:00 p.m. alex ruiz went to a convenience store. this video here shows him rushing two teenagers at the counter who were trying to steal beer. ruiz is there wearing the gray hoodie and running outs of the aisle. the teenagers tried to attack the store collect. >> that is a threat to somebody and what ever kind of environment, it is flight or fight. i just chose to fight. >> the two teenagers were able to runaway and police are now looking for them. this is not the first time he has stopped an attempted robbery. he stopped another teenager who was trying to steal beer once before. he is now awarded the chief's
coin for merit and no longer has to pay for coffee at that convenience store. >> the rose parade festivities left behind 50 tons of trash. a spokeswoman said 80 workers swept the parade route. aside from the trash, they picked up 5 tons of cardboard and 3500 beverage containers. another 50 tons of trash was collected at the rose bowl game. it took 10 bump trucks to collect the mess. >> good morning to you. this is outside our doors this morning. isn't that a beautiful view. you have to get into the hills to feel the gusts that will blow. there will be lightning. and mount diablo reporting in the last 10 minutes or so. so still blowing. pretty strong over parts of the east bay and north bay has relaxed quite a bit. you have to get into clear lake to fill the gusts. high pressure will continue over the pattern for today and
shift a little inland. and that system it on friday. that was on the back side of us. it will continue to dig into the desert southwest. california breezy today. santa anna want -- -santa ana winds and the temperatures will soar once again. look at the winds in and around the area. that is santa rosa. and napa. and that allows them to cool here. some of the cooler temps. sit over the north by. and the rest of bay area. five to 10 miles an hour at times. that is held. temperatures in the 50s. right around concord and reporting 54. right now. san francisco and this is where we are seeing 30s. as well as napa. and we are holding it frm in the 40s and the wind lightened up and the temperatures fell. satellite radar and it makes it easy to see here.
this is the around showing you storm track to the north. we do have a system on the back side of this. and it will shift east and weekend a little bit. we have a weak system that will move through and bring us cloudy conditions and i will stop it here. the models are now showing us. we may see a little bit of energy. and that could increase the possibility of drizzle. it is a main mal impact and we will keep tracking that for you. mid-60s around san rafael and 69 in santa rosa. into the south bay. it is warm and mild. 67 expected morgan hill and we are looking at 65. along the peninsula there. san mateo. and the extended forecast. temperatures tomorrow morning am a lot cooler without the wind. we will be sitting there freezing. and below freezing. it is still cooler above average the the big drop off and mostly cloudy skies. and little bit of improvement.
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. it as day for the outdoors. >> the primary is two days away. they are busy trying to secure votes. we are live now in new hampshire and joins us what what is happening right now. >> we are in rochester new hampshire. this is the rochester opera house where in about 15 to 20 minutes we expect to see former massachusetts governor mitt romney for a campaign event. his buses have pulled up and we are going to see many of these more intimate gatherings between the candidates and throughout new hampshire today as we head to the primary vote on tuesday. this is how the final sunday before the vote on tuesday
started. this is people rallying. you should see here outside of the final debate in concord. it was the last chance and there you see the video. it was the last chance and they turned the fire on mitt romney this morning. even after they took it relatively ease is he and during did the debate. >> romney is the clear fronts runner based on the polls. new hampshire is expected to be a battle for second place. and congressman john paul and it is all or nothing for him. polls show it is see ago bump. he is behind paul. and romney is way ahead with 35% of the vote. in an university poll compared to poll in second place with 20%. it is important to note this is new hampshire. the undecided voters can lead to surprise us here. in the same poll. 15% of the voters said they were undivide decided on the candidate they would choose. >> we will be heading to events
throughout new hampshire with huntsman and with paul annuity gingrich. rick santorum and rick perry after the debate this morning. they left new hampshire to head to south carolina. and given their low showing in the polls. and it is better spent in south carolina on this sunday before the primary vote here in new hampshire. >> in rochester. >> ken pritchett. >> thanks for that. and we have tuesday's big primary. we will file reports on later editions of ktvu channel 2 news. >> people were killed in the arizona shooting spree. family of gabe zimmerman called beyond in his honor. he was one of six people who died. he was an aide to gabrielle
giffords. a hiking trail was named in his honor. his father said organizing the events was up lifting. this is a day for everybody to celebrate their life and celebrate the joy. >> alleged gunman jarrod lee loughner will not face them this year. and the federal judge ruled he is not fit to stand trial. >> as congresswoman giffords marks the rampage. many are wondering if she is going to return to capitol hill. show has made one appearance since the shooting in august. >> she surprised colleagues by casting the vote to raise the debt sealing. she face as may deadline to decide whether she will appear on the ballot for her congressional seat. potential reason can challengers are waiting to see if she will run. >> a vigil will be held in
mount raneresidents -- raniresidents eer today. >> -- ranier today. >> she was a wife and mother. 24-year-old benjamin bashes was found dead in a creek the next day. it showed he drowned. barnes had been acting ear rallyingally since he returned home from war. >> a navy seal from san diego who accidentally shot himself has died. he was taken off life support. he was in his home showing a gun to a woman that he met in a nightclub when he accidentally shot himself in the head. he is survived by his parents and a sisters. they say the abuse happened in the american run prison. the investigators are calling for all detainees to be freed. the president karzai is determining they turn over all the prisoners to their country.
they will transfer responsibility for the prison over the next two years. >> some of the prisoners complained about prisoner abuse. others complained about torture and others gas against them. it others lack of access to lawyers. a u.s. embassy spokesperson responded besaying. they are committed to working with the afghan government. they are on ask schedule to withdraw from the country in 2014. this is up for debate in new york city. michael bloomberg set up the problem to prevent fraud and keep them from abusing the programs. opponents say it is targeting low income people. and making them feel worse of their situation. >> the policy should come to an end. supporters say it is necessary. i understand fraud
detection. i understand fingerprinting. but don't make a child go to bed hungry. >> mayor bloomberg is right. this is a simple and easy process that has helped us prevent fraud and waste and abuse. >> supporters say new york has the highest percentage of people receiving food stamps. last year the policy got 2,000 people abusing the system. sesame street is no longer entertaining preschoolers in the middle east. a popular version of the show is now on hiatus. they stopped funding to pal tine for variety of programs as punishment for asking them for statehood this past october. they called the hiatus a loss for children. >> research has shown children develop a better understanding and acceptance of others. they learn the critical thinking. they become more creative.
>> producers of the show say they are using down time to refurbish some of the muppets. the family of a san mateo boy hopes it will help them find a rare donor match. he may need a bone donor transplant. people who are half chinese and half white have a hard time finding matches. they want to find done nors who are mix td race. they want everyone to get registered. >> this is a very important way that you can make a statement about your commitment to life and commitment to kyle. and commitment to many more children across the country. >> there is going to be another donor drive for kyle next saturday. it is held at the haight-ash bury clinic. the new nineer stadium is not set to open for a few more
years. fans will have a chance to reserve the seats. >> hollywood stars hit the red carpet for the show of the season. what makes this one different from the rest. >> outside our door it is this morning. mostly clear sky answer for the afternoon. near record temps for some. we will look at the afternoon forecast coming up.
at the future 49ers. it could cost you $80,000. they will begin selling season pacts in santa clara. the said number will cost a billion dollars to build and they are looking for revenue to pay for it. >> in order to buy a seat. it could cost you as as much as 80 temperature. using tickets for that seat could then cost you $2,500. and up. the new stadium could open as early as 2014. >> well, singer beyonce has given birth to a baby girl. she delivered the baby yesterday at a new york hospital. the baby is named ivy blue carter. the father is rapper jay z. his real name is zaun carter. >> beyonce revealed her pregnancy during a red carpet appearance at the mtv music video awards. >> they kale together for the
palm strippings international film festival gala. that is one of the first award shows of the season. it is different from the other shows because they know ahead of the time they won. among the celebrities in attendance. glenn coast. george clooney and brad -- glenn close. brad pitt and george clooney. nchtsz. >> hollywood watchers say it is often a bell weather for the oscars which is now seven weeks away. >> they raised more than $1 million for the nonprofit palm springs film society. >> time now is 8:56. we will catch you up on the top stories you are waking up to. authorities are looking for an arsonist that set a few dozen small grass fires. they were set in a residential area not far from home. no reports of significant damages. at least six people were arrested during the anti police
protest. it includes vandalism and windows were smashed in and ktvu news van was also vandalized. shovel ed lee will be sworn in for a full term in office. u.s. senator diane feinstein are expected to head. and mirkarimi is also being sworn in at the same time he is being investigated for an incident. >> we will go back out to rosemary one more time for the weather. >> good morning to you. the winds are i doing down and if you are sitting in the 30s. it is at santa rosa and napa. a rapid increase expected and mid 50s and upper 50s and then by lunchtime. in the forecast. afternoon highs for the day. widespread 60s. santa rosa.
napa. could break a record at both airports. 66 expected in oakland and concord. could break a record there. and san jose for the afternoon. and just a gorgeous looking day. very pleasant weather and the best day. temperatures will begin to cool as we move into the work week. >> on tuesday. a very week system that brings us the slightest outside chance and we will bring the temperatures down and partly to mostly cloudy skies he can picked. >> that is our report for this morning. >> thank you for trusting channel 2 news. >> join us for the next newscast. we are always here for you at ktvu.com and mowing bill ktvu. have a great -- mobile ktvu. have a great sunday, everyone.
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