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>> good evening, i'm ken wayne. >> good evening, i'm maureen naylor, heather holmes is off tonight we're on storm watch. we have team camera tonight. meteorologist mark tamayo will detail when the next storm will hit and we begin with ktvu's lorraine lorraine blanco live in napa. >> reporter: the flood warning runs through the night and so does the sandbag operation. city workers say residents have filled 40,000 tons of sand. near the napa river many spent is their saturday blocking openings in case the river overflows its bank. as for downtown, city leaders tell us napas a years long project is two-thirds complete and believe those measures will
protect the area. >> we're looking at our modeling and our flood project improvements and we're anticipating that what we have done to protect the community from flooding will keep the river in its banks within the city based on the projections of rainfall amounts. >> reporter: city leaders and member of the flood district will meet torte. if it rains more than expected they will open a emergency center to send out help wherever needed live in napa, lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. >> the russian river is also creating avenuity for sonoma county residents where the river expected to get dangerously close to flood stage in the next few hours. ktvu's jade hernandez was in flood-prone guerneville and joins us live from a fire station in forestville. >> reporter: that is right, the roads are wet and there has been steady light rain since sundown. it appears threats of nearby guerneville are going to see
how much rain they get before they start filling their own sandbags. they took orders by phone, so customers could honker down into today's study, but light rain. >> everyone is talking about it and said this is minor compared how to it has been. >> reporter: shirley banner remembers of flood of '86 where the russian river rose to 17' above flood level. >> everybody comes by here to go to the bridge and see how high it is. >> reporter: in the dark it's hard to tell but the national weather service reports that the river is well below any flooding stage. residents are used to watching and waiting. >> they should be prepared and everything ready to go and have food in the house.
>> i think that i'm going to just watch it for the next few days. >> reporter: his art along with the pieces from several other artists are hung up high. >> reporter: the national weather service expects the russian river to reach flood stages in the guerneville area monday report. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. the rain is causing problems in the sierra. there expected to be major flooding near lake tahoe tomorrow. the wet weather system is expected to bring 3-5" of rain to the tahoe area tomorrow. homer homeowners are bracing for possible property
damage. another powerful storm racing towards the bay area, of course we had rain showers this evening, but this is nothing compared to what we'll be picking up as we head into sunday morning. right now on live stormtracker 2, you can pick out of coverage and the live doppler sweep. not a lot of coverage to show you as you can see as we move the maps around. scattered rain showers out there. towards the santa cruz mountains, moderate rain towards 17. as we continue to move the maps towards san carlos and redwood city, you will notice more activity closer to the half moon bay area, moving onshore and up in the north bay. here we are picking up least a widespread rainfall towards fairfield and up in parts of sonoma coming up next you saw our live shots with the coverage towards cloverdale and guerneville. 4.1' right now going up above flood stage. look at that dramatic jump with the river state your name for
tomorrow afternoon. just over 21', healdsburg, 7.8'. russian river at guerneville currently checking in water level have been going up. right now 19.8', of course these numbers can change, but that is latest for the river forecast center. napa river at st. helena, and also napa river at napa, flood warning currently at 11.2'. could be just right around flood stage tomorrow afternoon at 4:00. heaviest rain moves movement youth i will let you know when it moves in across the entire bay area and how much rain you can expect in your neighborhood. recent rains have created a mess at rohner park. a vier sent us these pictures. as you can see the water wait is clogged with mud, tree branches and debris.
the public works department says that the county is responsible for this clean-up r. bun person was injured whey roofer collapsed during heavy rain at the roseville galleria shopping mall. the roof fell near the entrance of the jc penney store and cheesecake restaurant. pg&e says it has crewed on standby ready for any power outages that come during the next round of wet weather. meanwhile there is still 250 outages across the bay area. more than half of those are in the south bay. pg&e says it's ready to respond to any desruptions. >> travelers going through san francisco airport faced delay because of low visibility. the pass ofthe san josi and oakland airports did not experience any significant
delays. our storm watch continues on-line. we put a link to the forecast center website. that is where you can monitor the current levels of russian and napa rivers. to find the link go to ktvu.com and click on the storm watch tab. just about an hour ago there were some tense moments in oakland as several people surrendered to police in connection with a series of armed robberies. now we want to show you about 9:00 near 63rd and market streets in north oakland. at one point, four people came out of a home, walking backwards towards officers who took them into custody. >> looks like we have multiple robberys. investigators didn't is say exactly what was stolen, only that pedestrians were involved. we're going to have more on this story as details become available, coming up tomorrow on mornings on 2. >> the bay area is starting to feel the impact of a major strike at post los angeles and
long beach. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live in the newsroom and confirmed at least one cargo ship has been diverted to. >> reporter: normally it could with stopped in southern california, but there is no one on the job to unload the cargo. on a rainy saturday night, cranes and dock workers were in motion at the port of oakland, unloading the latest ship to arrive. in southern california, a storm of a different kind has brought business to a standstill at the port of los angeles and long beach. the two busiest ports in the state. longshoremen walked off the job to support about00 clerical workers who have been on strike since tuesday. >> all of our containers are on the ocean and off of the coast of california and monday we'll find out if they have been diverted. >> others have been diverted. so far nine cargo ships have headed to other ports including oakland. >> there may be a few ships that come through oakland, but those are ones that normally
make the call here. >> reporter: longshoremen are downplaying the impact on the port of oakland and say they will stay on-the-job while their counterparts in southern california continue. now they have a tentative agreement. workers say the latest contract fight in l.a. is about more than money. >> we have got big companies that are outsourcing good jobs and hurting families, and i think people are fed up with it. >> well, it's too soon to say how much extra traffic could come through oakland. they are working the labor dispute in southern california very closely. a firefighter was briefly hospitalized today after fighting a two-alarm fire at an historic building near the san francisco zoo. flames broke out around 1:00 p.m. at the fleishhacker pool building. fire officials say a
firefighter inhaled smoke and was treated at the hospital and released shortly after. next door the san francisco zoo closed after the fire was reported to accommodate crews who kneed access to the building. officials tell us that the fire appears to be suspicious. when it was built back in 1925 it was the largest swimming pool in the u.s.. berkeley police say two people are under arrest in a stabbing near the uc campus. a uc official says the victim wandered into the courtyard of student housing trailing blood around 2:00 yesterday. emergency crews took the man to a hospital. he was not affiliated with the university. later berkeley police arrested two people in connection with that attack. new developments tonight in the case of an autistic girl who walked away from a residential treatment center and turned up two days later assaulted. the 16-year-old's parents say she has the mental capacity of a second grader. the teen walked away from the center tuesday evening, according to the ceo the girl
was followed by staff as she walked to the fruitvale bart station where the staff lost sight her as she was talking to a groupn young men. a muni driver found her thursday night in san francisco. teen's parents say she had been beaten and sexually assaulted. a police department employee targeted in a home- invasion robbery. the stolen item that is raising concern. protesters in mexico as the country as new president takes office and what provos he claim that the leader did to win his new role. >> and tragedy for the kansas state chiefs and what happened minutes before the team's linebacker took his own life in front of his coach and manager?
. our storm watch continues we want to show you a live picture of forestville in sonoma county. as can you see the wind and rain is coming down there. this is about a mile or so south of the russian river on a hilltop in sonoma county near river road. it's also the location where a fire station is situated and the people who work at that station are bound to be busy tomorrow because we're expecting a lot more rain. tonight's rain is ahead of tomorrow's early morning storm, the third an final round of rain for the bay area. >> a home invasion in east bay sent a man to the hospital and neighbors on edge.
what the assailants took from the police department employee. >> reporter: it's a quiet tree-lined street with a neighborhood school and neighborhood watch group u-so why are the neighbors here so worried? >> home invasions and robberies are taking place more often around here. >> reporter: this homeowner didn't want to go on-camera out of fear for her family's safety. >> so they kicked it in here. >> reporter: but she showed us shoe prints on the door when three home invasion robbers forced their wie into her house last night. her grandson was home and he was pistol-whipped in the attack. police confirm he is a police department employee, attending the academy to fulfill a childhood dream of becoming a police officer. ktvu sources tell us that the robbers stole the officers in training service weapon and bulletproof vest. residents got an e-mail alert from their neighborhood watch group give it's getting worse
and worse in this area. >> it's economical. >> looks like a nice neighborhood. >> it doesn't, doesn't? well, it's getting worse. >> reporter: neighbors we talked to say the crimes are getting more frequent and more brazen. this one took place right under the watchful eye of a neighborhood watch sign. >> we can never count on the police up here. we're pretty much on our own. >> reporter: what do you think needs to be done with about it? >> more patrols, but we can't afford that. the city can't afford that. they are already cut back. >> reporter: ironically the victim of this home invasion is part of the city's effort to beef up its crime-fighting force. noelle walker, ktvu channel 2 news. new information tonight in an apparent home-invasion robbery in the upscale south bay community of monte sereno that left a wealthy venture captive dead. police believe several people were inside the home of raveesh kumra's home. police did provide this sketch of a possible assailant described as a while the or
hispanic, 23 or 24 years old, 6' tall, thing with black hair and dark eyes. raveesh kumra owned a consultant company and headquarters are lloyds a monte sereno home. the 66-year-old also once owned the well-known saratoga mountain winery in the 1990. investigators say the teen boy was found shot every times in this neighborhood on pacific avenue near lincoln just after 11:last night. police say victim appeared to be 17 years old of his name has not been released. authorities say this killing may be gang-related. it is the cities a 43rd home this year, and that matches a 20-year high that was set in 1997. police launch an investigation after a man's body was found at a muni station at the 3rd station rail
station at mission and rock streets. the man's body was found on the station's platform. a natural gas leak in stockton forced more than 00 people from their homes. it started about 8:30 this morning after pg&e crews found a 6" gas line ruptured tier minor avenue. the escaping gas sent dirt and debris flying. the fire department ordered the evacuation of six blocks of houses. the utility said it doesn't know what caused that leak. president obama pushed lawmakers to prevent the so- called fall off the fiscal cliff. >> every family will see their income taxes automatically go up. a typical middle-class family of four will see taxes rise by $2200. >> the president taped his address yesterday during a visit to a toy factory in hatfield, pennsylvania.
he said allowing taxes to rise for the middle-class would amount to a lump of coal for americans at christmas time. mexican president-elect enrique pena nieto took office today talking about the challenges that face his nation. >> we are a nation that is going at two different speeds one that is progress and development, but there is another mexico, that lives in the abandonment and poverty. >> president nieto says the inauguration marked the return of the institutional revolutionary party after 12 years out of presidential mansion. at least four demonstrators and four police officers were injured. 65 people were arrested. those opposed to mr. nieto says he used
handout and giveaways to sway voters. . authorities say a linebacker for the kansas city chiefs killed his girlfriend and turned the gun on himself in front of his coach and manager. police arrived at practice facility when he saw jovan belcher with a gun to his head. >> he heard that they had been arguing in the past as far as recently they had been arguing before the shooting occurred this morning. >> belcher and his girlfriend leave behind a 3-month-old daughter. the baby is being cared for by relatives. in casper, wyoming police say a computer science instructor whose son killed him at a community college
yesterday showed courage's instructed his students to leave the room while he fended off his son. police say earlier in the day the young are krumm stabbed to death his father's girlfriend. krumm had no significant history of encounters with police an oregon man is recovering after being bitten by a shark while snorkeling in maui. >> you have to look at this while the emt told me on the way here, you could have had this or been struck by lightning, the odds about the same. >> 691-year-old says he was 250 yards over shore what the shark attacked him yesterday. kennedy says the shark let go and he swam as fast as he could to his paddleboard to get help. this is the fourth shark attack off maui since october. officials closed off a two-mile section of beaches a
precaution. saying goodbye to a legendary fighter. the way fans remembered the boxer hector camacho as he was laid to rest. a tunnel collapses on a busy thoroughfare and what may have triggered it. we have lingering rainshowers, but rainfall rates really pick up overnight. coming up the timing of the heaviest rain and the probability of power outages and mudslides right here in the bay area. it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters.
. we tcp/ip our storm watch camera tonight this is a live look at interstate 880 in oakland and you can see it pretty easily there of the wind is shaking this camera around. the roads are wet out there. we saw on stormtracker 2 most the rain is working it's way out, but meteorologist mark tamayo says the winds are 22 miles per hour. >> two member of a church
group heading to a conference were kid when their driver apparently got lost and crashed into an offpass at the miami airport. all 30 people on board were hurt, many of them elderly. the driver sitting lower than the passengers was not injured of the airport says the area is marked with fines warning tall vehicles to turn. in news of the world in egypt there were competing protesters as president mohamed morsi announced a mid-december vote on a controversial draft constitution. thousands of people came out today in support of president morsi's proposed constitution. the demonstrators were mostly ms of muslim brotherhood. meanwhile critics of president morsi continue to protest in tahrir square. in syria today as the internet was restored in much of the country new images of
violence emerged. syrian opposition groups say this video shows the aftermath of government shelling as people run with children to local hospitals and to safety. the syrian government blamed rebels for cutting the communication lines, but the opposition says the assad regime caused theblackout. there are reports that a number of cars caught fire and at least three of the cars were crushed. a local firefighter reported that the tunnel's developmentlation system was malfunctioning and it's making it hard to navigate the scene. a japan continues and report says the mudslide triggered the collapse of the ceiling. family friends and fans gathered outside of the funeral for hector camacho.
the champion boxer was fatally shot november 20th in puerto rico as he sat with a friend in the car. camacho was 50 years old. winds in colorado whipped up a long smoldering wildfire that start back in okay, burning in and around rocky mountain national park. in all 1500 acres have burned and the fire is only 40% contained. federal officials say more collaboration is needed to help fight huge wildfires and restore burn areas. wildfires burned more than 9 million acres this year and experts say overall conditions are getting worse with fire season lasting now two months longer and more red- flag warnings and disappearing snow pack. federal officials would like to see communities and up the utilities more involved in restoration first
. well, depending where you are in the bay area it's pretty much been wet most day and it's going to get a lot worse. >> get ready overnight tonight the rainfall rates really pick up and that will be a problem getting too much rain anyway short amount of time is a big concern. that is going to happen first thing sunday morning. right now the heaviest rain is
to the north. right now on live stormtracker 2 there is the live doppler sweep and you notice a lot of breaks in the action with the bulk of activity in the northern portions the bay area. in addition, to the rainfall we have some winds basically out of south around 20-26 miles per hour. and wind speeds will continue to pick up as we head into the overnight hours. we'll take this into the overnight hours and look at what happens first thing tomorrow morning. excessive rainfall rates our morning show starts early to cover the time of the heaviest rain first thing tomorrow morning. even if you are not in all of these areas shaded in green you will still encounter a significant batch of moisture pushing through the region. some of the forecast models suggesting about an inch of rain in three hour. i will repeat that, an inch of rain in three hours and we'll
break down that for your sunday morning and details on a wind advisory that is currently in place-game by the way, you can follow mark and the rest of the ktvu weather team on-line. our meteorologists are keeping up up-to-date on twitter and facebook even the air. today people around the globe are working world aids day with memorial and educational campaigns. in the u.s. entertain janet jackson released a public service announcement. >> did you know that over a million americans are living with hiv? and one in five don't even know they are infecked. know your hiv status, get tested today. >> at the white house, a large redrinon hangs in honor of the 25th aids day. the cdc says more than a quarter of the infections in the us occur in youth and the marketplace of young males who
become infected having unprotected sex with orthomale. in oakland they wellness center offered free testing and provides treatment for a number of sexually- transmitted diseases. . san mateo county officials are not sure if two mountain lion cubs spotted in half moon bay are the same pair someone saw yesterday of the today's sighting came 12:30 near san benito. san mateo county sheriff officials and the state department of fish and game are looking into the sightings. come monday a recount is scheduled in alameda county on measure b that lost by fewer than 800 votes of the measure
seeks to raise an existing half- cent transportation sales tax to a full cent. the money raised would go towards public transit and roads. the u.s. navy demissioned the world's first nuclear power the aircraft carrier. thousands of sailors and criminallans gathered at ceremony for the u.s.s. enterprise in norfolk, virginia. the enterprise played a major role in the cuban missile crisis and vietnam. . the u.s. navy says its team of mine-seeking dolphins is going to get some help from a machine. a 12' unmanned underwater vehicle shaped like a torpedo will come on-line degree up dolphins for port security and
retrieving objects from the ocean floor. it was perfect timing. a break in the rain for one of the oakland's favorite holiday traditions. we'll bring you the sights and sounds. the heavy rain is just hours away and ktvu meteorologist mark tamayo is next with what to expect tomorrow and when the rain will finally let up?
heaviest rain towards humboldt county around mendocino county and one of the spotter reports already reporting debris flow towards mendocino county at 7:33 this evening. a little bit closer to home, the overall weather pattern and some lingering rain showers as you can see. scattered about the region, nothing too major, but still showers to the fremont, around the livermore region and towards the santa cruz mountains, around highway 17, showing you activities towards scott valley. around fairfield and parts solano county, the darker shades of green, persistent rainfall and approaching lake counties still some rainfall getting its act together right now. that will be increasing dramatical hi as we do head into the overnight hours. flash flood watch posted for the north bay, san francisco, the san mateo coastline and towards santa cruz county, but we'll have the water piling up around the rest of the region because is basically covering the entire bay area.
a wind advisory in place and you probably noticed the winds increasing. winds approximately of gusting to 50 miles per hour and with that will increase the possibilities of power outages. look at this moisture tap extending down to the pacific. this is basically what we have been calling an atmosphere river directed towards north and central california. here is the next strong storm. this does move in first thick sunday morning. heaviest will be between 4:00 a.m. 10:00. with the threat of mudslides out there. whenever you get that much rain anyway short amount of time that increases the possibility of not only flooding, but mudslides. north bay hills 6". around bay about 1-3" and the santa cruz mountains 5" and as i mentioned we're getting most of this within a short, tiny window for your sunday morning.
look at these bright colors pushing into the region, 6:00, excessive rainfall rates at 6:00. and then sliding slowly to the south at 9:00, really targeting the the santa cruz mountains and south bay:and then into the afternoon hours scattered showers. by 3:00 the chance of a shower, but even we could have breaks from the clouds and that will set the stage for a break that we'll be needing by that timeframe. temperatures tomorrow mainly in the upper 50s to lower 60s. some afternoon showers, but decreasing in activity throughout the day. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast, partly cloudy into monday. we're tracking a couple of weak systems, very weak, but we could be tracking a few showers by tuesday. some very light showers expected wednesday and more cloud cover on thursday. but maureen and ken, waking up tomorrow morning the rainfall might wake you up and we'll start the morning show at 6:00, both rosemary
orozco and bill martin. >> the problem area just basically across the entire region as that one big slough of moisture pushes into the area. >> sounds like essential is doing what they can to prepare. >> yes. >> thank you, mash. cowboys, dancing trees and high energy teenagers to entertain a big crowd in downtown oakland this afternoon. >> berkeley high school cheerleaders were among those taking part in the 13th annual oakland holiday parade. tens of thousands enjoy the speckacle during a well-timed break in the rain. the crowd got to enjoy the holiday floats and a lot live music. ktvu's dave clark and claudine wong emceed the event. coming up we'll tell you who stanford faces in the rose
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. good evening everybody and thanks for joining us our saturday night edition of sportswrap. warriors fans admit, you may not see center andrew bogut play again this season, but tonight against one of the best defensive teams in the nba, they wear aids awareness warm up jerseys. klay thompson canned one of