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>> reporter: and active manhunt continues in this oakland neighborhood as police try to track down two armed men wanted in connection with the shooting of a police officer. it's shocking. nothing like that ever happens around here. >> gunfire in a usually quiet bay area neighborhood. the reason police are surprised
about the victim. >> reporter: san jose had celebrated the arrival of its first international carrier but now operations are at a standstill. we'll tell you the airline's latest announcement and the mess it's causing for travelers. back to work after a holiday. traffic times are up, especially at some of the key commutes. "mornings on 2" starts now. good morning. i'm brian flores. >> i'm pam cook. tori campbell is in washington, d.c. on assignment and dave clark has the day off today. in overnight news, a manhunt continues in oakland for two suspects who shot and wounded a police officer. that shooting happened at seminary and east 17th street last night shortly before 6:30. ktvu's alex savidge has been there since 4:30 this morning tells us police have been scouring the area for any signs of the suspects.
alex? >> reporter: and good morning. i did just get off the phone a short time ago with a spokeswoman for the oakland police department who confirmed to me this is still a very active manhunt in the area. as i step out of the way, you can see the street is still blocked off. we're pushing you down seminary avenue. you can see the s.w.a.t. vehicle there. a number of others remain in the area trying to -- officer s remain there. they believe they have the suspects in the perimeter. they are still actively searching. the spokesperson said they've written search warrants to go inside homes as well. this began at 6:30 last night when an undercover police officer was shot and wounded during a stakeout operation. three gunmen were seen running off. police were able to take one of those men into custody. but two others escaped. throughout the night, officers were going through here with
guns drawn, doing a canvass for those two men. >> obviously with an incident like this with two armed and dangerous individuals outstanding, we want to make sure that the community does not suffer any injuries as a result of this. >> reporter: police police -- police are not releasing the name of the injured last night. he did suffer an gunshot to the arm. he's expected to survive. >> the spokesperson said he's treated and released from the hospital late last night. that undercover officer was actually in this area as part of a stakeout, an investigation into a shooting that happened in this neighborhood on sunday where a man suffered life- threatening injuries. so he was part of that investigation and again was confronted by those three armed men last night. as we bring you back out here, this is seminary avenue that
remains closed down. police will continue until they are sure that those two armed men are not here. live -- live this morning in oakland, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. emotions could run high at tonight's city council meeting when a vote is expect on a controversial consulting contract for william bratton. angry crowds disrupted last week's meeting. some are upset that bratton supports stop-and-frisk tactics. if approved, the city would pay bratton's consulting firm $250,000. this morning, three suspects are behind bars in connection with an armed kidnapping in petaluma. a witness reports that she saw a man kidnapped at gunpoint from his home on 6th street just before 9:00 last night. that witness then provided police with a detailed description of the suspects and their car. police say they tracked down suspects and found drugs and
guns in their car. the debate on stun guns for san francisco police officers are continue with the city's first community hearing. san francisco's police chief is trying to launch a program that would give stun guns to officers trained to hand. the mentally ill. the meeting will be held at 6:00 tonight at the hamilton recreation center on geary. fire investigators say an early-morning fire at a fremont furniture store looks suspicious. crews were called to a shopping center shortly before 2:00 this morning. a fire had started in the middle of a showroom floor. they also found a device that may have started the fire. now, the crews quickly put it out and no one was hurt. but now they are looking for the cause of the fire and information about a potential arsonist. the chp is warning people about a fake mechanic scamming drivers.
he targeted peoples in disabled cars on freeways and says he's with the chp services patrol. he asks for money in advance to buy parts to fix people's cars and leaves and he doesn't come back. this is happening on construction areas on i-5 and 99 in the stockton area of the man is known to wear a me can -- mechanic's uniform with a badge and drive a compact car. look out for that. >> yeah. let's toss it back out to sal who is very busy this morning, especially in the peninsula. >> that's right. the crash northbound 101 near third avenue on highway 101. it really is slow. let's say if you are driving from redwood city from san mateo and burlingame, the crash is right here. the alternate is 80. this morning, you have to pull that out, i think it's very slow. we have another injury wreck, this would be southbound 680 in contra costa county and treat boulevard. traffic slowing from concord heading down to walnut creek.
we've been looking at the livermore valley. remember, we had the drive time of 18 minutes. now it's 35 minutes from grant line road to 680. so it's almost doubled there as we thought it would. no problems getting into castro valley as you drive through. let's get to some live pictures, bay bridge has been slower than normal because of an earlier crash on the bridge. we normally have about a 20- minute delay this morning. it's about 30. it's not all that bad. but it will take you longer just so -- just so you know. if you are driving on 880 northbound and southbound, this traffic looks good by the coliseum. >> let's go to steve. a little change here, a long stretch of dry weather is about to end tomorrow. mostly sunny. but already some noticeable changes on parts of the coast where it is a good, 10, 15 degrees cooler than it was at this time yesterday. a little change in our wind direction. there's still a slight component of an offshore breeze. but two system, one to the north, one to the southwest will begin to slowly work their
way in here especially late tonight and tomorrow. the system, though, today, mostly sunny here in the morning and then a few high clouds later on. it's really not aliving until tomorrow. it's the -- arriving until tomorrow. it looks to be a stretch of dry weather. mostly sunny, hazy, clouds, cooler, light rain, maybe moderate rain comes in tomorrow especially around noon into the afternoon. 48. 44 half moon bay. yesterday at this time 54. so a big difference there. still low 30s holding on. not the 20s except for fairfield. eastern day temperatures have been -- each day temperatures have been coming up. coast and bay have been mild to warm. our computer model forecast, cloud, rain. you see the time line, mostly sunny and then turning partly cloudy tonight. cloudy tomorrow right there. we start to see around noon to 3:00 and then also into 5:00. by 10:00, most of it should be gone. you get the idea there's one system that will ginger here
and another one -- will linger here and another one -- and another one coming in. i think that will bring back more rain. sun, clouds, later on. 60s on the temperatures. 29 clear and breezy for clearlake. 63 oakland. 60s to near 70, santa cruz. this will be the last 70-degree temperature around the area for a while. low 60s, mid-60s and also the peninsula. rain tomorrow, clear it out on thursday. then it looks like cloudy, mostly cloudy on friday into your weekend with more rain returning, especially on thursday. it's a travel nightmare in san jose for some passengers who booked flights from tokyo. this comes after safety concerns forced the grounding of some dreamliner flights. janine de la vega has more. >> reporter: good morning. we're still waiting to see if any agents from nippon airlines
will slow up -- show up. we were told people were here helping people rebook their flights. this is really an unfortunate situation for the airline who just started to operate here. this is ticket of the ticket counter. there is a notice of apology to customers. yesterday, a and a decided to suspend all of their flights on the dream liners through next monday. last week, the faa ordered the airline to stop flying the 787s until operations could prove the batteries were safe. the faa is concerned of fires because of two battery incidents this month. a and a is helping passengers rebook flights from san francisco to l.a. on a different aircraft. we spoke to someone colleague who had his flight canceled. >> it's very disappointing.
>> reporter: have your colleagues been frustrated with having to rebook flights? >> yes. >> reporter: the airline just launched at san jose about a week and a half ago with a lot of fanfare. it was the first direct flight to asia in years. and now with the can'tlations and the -- cancellations and the dreamliner not going, it's the only airport to have this dreamliner. we spoke out with ana. we're still waiting to seer from them. also -- to hear from them. also coming up on "mornings on 2," i tried to see about booking a flight past january 28th. i tried to see if i could book a flight through fen. coming up later i will tell you -- february. coming up later, i will tell you what happened when i tried to do that. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 49ers' fans, planning to
catch a flight to the super bowl? you will pay sky high prices. we checked the kayak.com page. we cost the -- we found the average cost is around $1500, nearly triple the cost. these prices are for leaving the friday before the super bowl and dumbing -- coming back on monday. colin kaepernick will, his hometown of turlock, could not be prouder. his friends say he's always been a hard worker and very determined and competitive. >> he wants to win and he has that rare drive, that act -- that athletes have. that's what he has. >> kaepernick's friends say it's surreal to watch him living out his dream on national tv but they say he's still the same down-to-earth guy. 7:112. coming up -- prince -- 7:12.
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it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ well, still cold for some. 20s to almost 50 degrees depending upon your location. it will be mostly sunny in the morning and then a lot of high clouds filter in today. last mild day. tomorrow it looks like rain returns. >> thank you, steve. prince harry is returning home after a five-month deployment in afghanistan. he served as gunner in an apache helicopter. >> it wasn't done in the wrong way, it was just -- >> prince harry was stationed with a simple bunk and a phone
while he was there, he did learn his sister-in-law, the duchess of cambridge, is expecting a baby. >> seems very unfair that they were forced to publicize it when they were. but that's just the media for you. i only hope she gets the necessary protection for her to enjoy the privacy that that comes with. >> now, when asked prince harry said he did kill taliban fighters during his deployment. that's sparked fears of possible retaliation. 7:15. a man from texas was one of the victims killed in the hostage standoff in algeria. now his family is trying to cope with the loss. >> i could association my brother getting in a -- associate my brother getting in a car and getting killed but terrorism and texas don't get together. >> victor lovelady had just returned to the national gas plant. he was taken hostage when a group linked to al qaeda attacked the plant last week.
the algerian military moved in on saturday but 38 of the hostages were killed. two other americans are also among those that were killed. meanwhile, france says there are 1,000 african troops in mally to help force out islamic militants who have taken over parts of the didn't. france has more than 2,000 troops -- of the country. france has more than 2,000 troops. president obama will be back at work in the white house later this morning after attending the national prayer service. in his inauguration speech, the president called for unity. ktvu channel 2 reporter, tori campbell is in washington, d.c. and she's talking to washington insider jamie dupree about the odds of unity on capitol hill. tori? >> reporter: yeah, interesting odds there. thank you, pam. it's been a busy last few days in washington, d.c. joining me to break down the events of the last few days and also look ahead to the second term of
president obama is washington insider, jamie due pru. it's sose nice to see you -- jamie dupree. it's so nice to see you in person. you've covered a few inaugurations in your time. what was your impression of this one? >> the president didn't seem to hold anything back. it was almost line he was freed. we all know what the agenda and platform stands for. but he certainly laid out a lot of markers. when you talk about immigration reform, he's talked about that, he mentioned gay rights and voting rights and climate change. of course, i would remind everybody just because it's mentioned in a speech does not mean it gets enacted but still to put all of those things in a row out there, i thought it was very, very interesting. he was pushing a liberal agenda. you listen to talk radio on the republican said, there was a lot of angst out there. there will have their shot to try to slow the president down.
>> we mentioned there are a couple of inaugural events going on. but the president will be soon getting down to business. will be focusing on this liberal agenda? what are some of the real challenges? >> well, just the votes in congress. i mean, let's face it. when he had control, the democrats did, of the house and senate, they were unable to push a climate change bill through. one would think the votes are not there but maybe they can do -- can do something administratively. let's forget the one thing that was not discussed too much was the gun issue. i mean it was referred to but i think we'll see a lot more on that. let's see what he says in the state of the union address about all of these things. that would give us a further insight into how hard he will push. the fact, there's still a republican house and a democratic senate. >> i talked to nancy pelosi earlier being out here and i asked her about the chance dash is there any chance they will be able to get rid of the logjam in washington, d.c. i know the politics are set aside
during the inauguration but they have to start to get along. >> maybe one on immigration reform. that's one i sense, the chamber of commerce has been pushing on it. but we'll see on that. when it comes to gay rights, for example, what exactly does he want to do? that's the details i think we don't know about. as you well know, just mentioning something and putting it on the table, not only excites the supporters but then puts attention on it. but, of course, the congress only has so much oxygen on so many issues and i think the gun violence issue is gonna take a lot of attention and a lot of energy from this white house in the months ahead. >> we talked in the past how you need to pick your battles and see how much political you want to burn. and there's the economy, the jobs which was his focus for the first term. >> yes, and we have the fiscal
cliffs. the automatic budget cuts, what to do with the federal budget, so yes a lot of things and then as you mentioned, the economy still underneath everything. that will be a big issue as we move forward this year. >> reporter: one last question, what do you think his legacy will be? >> that will depend on what gets done. i mean, you can give all of the great speeches you want and lay out all of the great plans but if you don't get anything done that will be your legacy. we'll see. i mean, right now, healthcare is certainly his legacy, where the economy goes will depend on how he's viewed in the long- term, too. >> reporter: thank you. nice to see you. appreciate it. you can find a link to jamie's blog at ktvu.com. i just spoke to darrell steinberg, mup in my next report, his special issue he's pushing during his visit and how the nation's capital has a different view of california than it did four years ago. reporting live in washington,
d.c., i'm tori campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. some people in san francisco watched a live broadcast of the inaugural celebration at the bayview operahouse. people from the neighborhood and other parts of the bay area gathered to watch president obama's speech. one woman said the president's re-election gives her hope for the future. >> i know there's hope. i mean there's hope. there's gonna be a change coming. and i -- i have faith it will be better for us. i mean, you know, i'm not just saying -- i'm talking about the whole country is gonna be better. >> people who attended the viewing said they came to celebrate the inauguration and the holiday. police in san rafael are hoping new surveillance video will help them to a suspect in a violent robbery at this check- cash and cell phone store. police say the man opened fire. three people inside the store were able to escape in a room with bulletproof glass. if you have any information, call the san rafael police
department. 7:22. and we are about to see a change in the weather. up next -- meteorologist steve paulson is gonna tell us when we can expect some rain. a horrible crash involving more than 70 vehicles. what may have caused the freeway pileup. good morning. westbound highway 4. a lot of slow traffic coming up to the willow pass grade. we'll tell you how 680 nearby is a traffic trouble spot.
welcome back. 7:24. we're now learning that a child was killed in a horrible crash on an icy highway in ohio. in all, 60 cars and 16 big rigs were involved in that pileup near cincinnati yesterday. one 12-year-old girl died in that crash. dozens of other people were hurt. investigators are blaming a sudden burst of snow for that tragic pileup. >> had some inclement weather,
heavy snow, the snow came down rather quickly. was sticking to everything, including the roadway, and with the cold temperatures, the conditions got pretty slick. >> at least 20 crash victims are still in the hospital this morning. two of the victims are listed in critical condition. 7:25. very busy out there on the roadways today for us. >> yes. >> slower than usual at the toll plaza this morning, is that right, sal? >> that's trite, brian and pam, because of -- that's right, brian and pam, because of an earlier crash, it had really rocketed the delay times from about 15 to 20 minutes. now it's 30 to 40 minutes, i would say, just looking at the latest information. that means you will give yourself extra time to give in. it's not horrible. it's not terrible but you will notice it, especially if you are comparing it to yesterday. we're a lot worse than normal. northbound 880, that traffic moves well. the peninsula, they are still clearing the 101 near san mateo crash at third and extra time
is needed there. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. some upper 20s. fairfield in there. near 50 near san francisco. it just depends. you are really cold or not that bad at all. a lot of high clouds. it will still be mostly sunny today. 48 san francisco. 38 san jose. napa, 42. that system -- there's two systems, one to the north, and that one to the southwest. that one to the may linger. that dry pattern ends tomorrow. rain moves in. it looks like around noon, the system is slow moving. we've had a long stretch of dry weather. a few mid- to upper 60s and then cloudy tomorrow, cooler with rain, a break on thursday. it looks like another system drops in for i think some heavier rain as we head into
late saturday and you sunday. overnight a hit-and-run crash in the east bay. why it's still affecting people several blocks away from the accident scene. >> reporter: we're live in brentwood where four teenagers were shot in a drive-by. we spoke to the sister of one of the victims and why she says this was a random act. you can't move the tv there.
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welcome back. 7:30. this morning, the search continues in brentwood for those responsible for injuring four teenagers in a drive-by shooting. it happened at about 6:00 last night on braden drive and grandville lane. ktvu's tara moriarty just spoke to a relative of one of these young victims. tara? >> reporter: yeah. we just spoke to the sister of one of the victims. she said her brother and cousins were standing out here on the sidewalk. they were waiting for their aunt to arrive to pick them up. when a car pull the boys drove by, words were exchanged, they kept going, did a u-turn, came back, the group started fighting. she said her brother tried not to say anything and then all of a sudden, they opened fire. you can actually see where there's still two bullet holes. one is above the garage, the other is near the tree. now, the sister says that the family is understandably scared because this happened last night around 6:00 off
grandville. investigators say this shooting left four young people ranging in age from 14 to 16 seriously wounded. we also understand there was another person in the group but they were not hurt. luckily, all of these boys were expected to survive. they were struck by bullets from a passing car with about three to four males inside. we spoke to the next door neighborhood who says this is a very quiet community and everyone is in shock. >> i see them all of the time and they play soccer outside. i've never had any problems with that family. >> reporter: you are surprised? >> yes. very scary. >> reporter: getaway car is described as a white, or light four-door sedan. detectives have not said whether the shooting was gang- related. all four boys are expected to be okay. we're gonna be checking in with brentwood police coming up here shortly. we'll tell you know what they have to say.
live from brentwood, i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. hayward police are still looking for a hit-and-run driver who smashed into a power pole. that happened at about 10:00 last night on hunt automatic, the crash brought down the pole and snapped power lines leaving more than a dozen nearby homes without electricity. a parked molter home was also damaged in that incident. the driver left his car at the crash scene and ran off. pg&e crews are still on the scene working to fix the pole and restore power to the area. a man who escaped from a california prison has been captured after 17 years on the run. police say 42-year-old jose ochoa was found last week living in a basement at a home in southern california. he had been in a state prison in tu lair ray county for -- tulare county for having a controlled substance sale. he's in prison in chino. the trial begins today for
debra madden. she's charged with stealing cocaine from the police crimes lab. her first trial ended in a hung jury back in october. the jury agreed that madden stole cocaine pickup they disagreed that she did -- stole cocaine pickup they disagreed that she did -- but they disagreed that she did it by deception. caltrans says bumpers on the train did their job and protected the bumpers. fire station 4 on hawthorne drive closed earlier this month, along with stations in la fayette, clayton and martinez. they were shut to help close a budget deficit. tonight and meeting is at 7:00 at walnut heights elementary school. the new fee is causing rift at the irish cultural center. this is video from the center
on st. patrick and day on in 2010. the chronicle reports the center wants to chunk members $10 a month. back in the 70s, the helpers were told they could be fe- me members without dues. one member is threatening to sue over the fee. google will announce quarterly earnings today. analysts expect the mountain view-based company to report the revenue of $12 billion. this evening, a google will give the city council an update of its plans to develop the north bayshore area. google executives say they are also reddy to talk about plans for the bayview. that meeting start the at 5:00 p.m. jim harbaugh and his brother, john harbaugh, will be going head to head in the super bowl. >> we have to prepare. it doesn't matter who the ach
is or the relationship you have with somebody on the opposite side. you are trying to beat them. >> jim harbaugh called the situation a blessing and a kurtz say -- and the curse, he's happy for his brother but he wants the focus on the game, not that they are brothers. they both will be get being ready for -- getting ready for the super bowl. a san jose senior community is working to fight a working deer population. starting this weekend, wildlife management officials will tranquilize and sterilize anmales. 30 deer will be placed outside of the fence of the community. now, in 2007, the same company pitched the idea to thin the herd but canceled that following some angry protests.
the issue of sidewalks and homelessness in berkeley will be back in the spotlight at tonight's city council council meet -- city council meeting to develop what they call a compassionate sidelk plan. this comes after voters in november rejected a measure that would have banned sitting on the sidewalks. they say that unfairly targets the homeless. the transportation authority will discuss launching a bake sharing program. this would provide a network of bikes that stations could borrow. this will start this summer with bikes located in san francisco, san jose, palo alto, redwood city and mountain view. meanwhile, it's now been exactly three years since highway crews began carving out the fourth bore -- the big project is moving into the final phase. opening a fourth bore will give the caldecott tunnel four lanes in each direction.
that's expected to dramatically reduce traffic lanes especially during rush hour. >> steve and sal have been anxiously awaiting that. >> me, too. [laughter] sal says it's still slow on the bay bridge approach. >> it is slow. i think a lot of people coming into san francisco are probably thinking is gonna take me extra time. they would be right. they had to switch the metering lights on early in the 6:00 hour. that's kind of made things slow. if you normally wait 20, 25 minutes, today it's 35 to 40. i know that's in the morning, 50 -- that's -- 50 minutes can make a big difference. b.a.r.t. is the easiest way to get into the city. let's talk other things. san francisco 101 traffic looks good as you approach the 80 flit. we had the crash 101 at doray and third, it's gone. traffic is a mess. if you are taking the san
francisco bridge as an tit, i don't know if i would -- an -- as an alternate, i don't know if i would do it. 7:38. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. >> you are welcome, steve. our pattern is finally changing. there's some very interesting current conditions. i will get to that in a second. sunny, warm weather for some during the course along the coast and bay the last couple of days is changing. we still have some cold lows. there's still upper 20s to near 50. the higher clouds will take their time getting here. they will be here tomorrow. kind of mild. but as this system inches closer, we'll start to see a little bit of a pattern change. don't think it will last too long. there are steins towards the end of the month and early february, might get back to high pressure but until then, today, kind of a -- the last day, the tweener day, higher clouds, tomorrow, clouds, cooler. there will be some rain making it in here, lows are all over the map.
core deal you why is -- cordelia 128. 128 -- is 28. san francisco's 48. there's east wind at fairfield, east 15 at napa. still a component of an offshore breeze. that's not changed yet. even santa rosa has an east wind. it's really holding on which tells me today will be mostly sunny. there will be a few high clouds. but it will be by this time tomorrow that they really get cloud cover in here. sunny, clouds, coming in in the afternoon. mid- to upper 60s. i know there's upper 20s in the mendocino county. lake county, it's been a long stretch, 11, 12 days of below freezing. that's just a really, long, long time. there's still some there. 60s on the highs today. at that trend of a huge discrepancy between some inland and the coast is getting thinner. santa cruz will go 70. menlo park in there. mountain view, at 64, 65.
cloudy, rain on wednesday. it looks like a break on thursday. another system, i think some more rain on thursday. a fire in yuba county is still smoldering -- der -- smoldering. at beale air force base. here's more. >> reporter: good morning. this building has been burning for 17 hours here at beale air force base. we understand that inside it's completely gutted. this is just a shell right here. this should be burning until about noon today. the fire broke out in this 44,000-square foot building at around 2:30 yesterday afternoon. it happened inside a civil engineering squad building, it is a two-story facility. when the fire started, theres with one person working inside this building. he made it out safely. fire officials say had it not been a holiday, there have would have been 200 people
inside. one firefighter was treated for minor injuries. officials say this is a very big loss for beale air force base. this is one of the largest. >> two-story building like this housing approximately 200 people. so it sa big loss. but -- so it is a big loss. we'll recover from this and come back stronger. >> reporter: at this point, 200 workers have been displaced by this fire. we're told that a cause is still under investigation. fire investigators won't know until the fire is out that they have to wait until it cools off to go into the building. back to you, tori. >> 7:41 is the time right now. a dozen cars stolen from an east bay dealership. >> more shocked than anything else. >> the theft that may have cost one family business $200,000. the leader of california is
welcome back. happening right now, president obama is attending the traditional day-after inauguration prayer service. now, this is a live picture of the national cathedral after church this morning. the president will then go back to work at the white house after the inauguration taking the center stage. the debt ceiling debate is in the spotlight. as kyla campbell reports there's an important meeting planned today and a vote planned for tomorrow. >> reporter: mike thompson is part of a house committee holding a meeting today on the debt ceiling.
they are taking a look at how the past has voted to raise the limit. the committee is examining the constitution to see if it provides options for the president when the deal is reached. tomorrow, the house will vote on increasing the debt ceiling so the u.s. can pay its bills through may. if congress approves, pressure falls on senate democrats to pass their first budget in four years. without one there could be a partial government shut down at the end of march. congressman mike honda is making a pitch. i will explain his proposal when i see you next. back to you. >> thank you. great economic news just coming in right now. u.s. home sales rose to a five- year high last year. that should bode well for the markets. dow jones is down a little bit. right now, the nasdaq also down, but the s&p s&p, posting a little bit of a -- but the
s&p posting a little bit of a gain. a young girl is dead, several others injured after a strong earthquake rocked western indonesia. the 5.9 quake struck in the area prove vern overnight. the aftershock came about 27 minutes later. several homes were damaged and a young girl was found dead in her home buried up some trouble. in 2004, you may -- rubble. in 2004, you may remember an earthquake hit that same area triggering a tsunami that
killed 230,000 people. police in boulder city, nevada say a police officer shot and killed his wife and young son before taking his own wife. he set his house on fire shortly before the gunfire yesterday morning. the man's wife was a former police officer. so far no word on what led up to that violence. 49ers fans are counting down the 12 days until super bowl sunday. the san francisco police are also doing the same thing getting ready for the big game. they arrested a dozen rowdy fans in the mission district after the 9ers victory on sunday. and there could be a lot more trouble and an even bigger game that will end after dark. >> when it is at nighttime, people tend to drink a little bit more. >> it's in the worth at this time to ensure that we cover all of the base sees. >> police are studying tapes of the riots after the world series when the giants won.
sheriff deputies are checking surveillance video in alameda county in a car lot in which a dozen cars were stolen. here's the video. investigators say three burglars kicked in the door of auto world on mission boulevard early monday morning. they stole car keys and drove off with 12 vehicles. >> i have a family. this is -- is my life. this is my living. this is for me to provide food, put food on the table. >> now the family that runs the business believes the thieves took $00,000 worth of -- $200,000 worth of inventory. investigators are studying the video asking for clues about who took those cars. the leader of the california senate, darrell steinberg, is angry that a group including microsoft's ceo is buying the nba team, the kings. steinberg wants california's department of general services to make public all to microsof
he's suggesting that a man enriched by california money has no business moving the kings to seating. 7:49. before the -- seattle. 7:49. before the end of summer there will be half as many blockbuster stores. dish network is closing 300 more stores. that means 3 hurricane thor people are -- 3,000 more people are losing their jobs. the u.s. division of atari has filed for bankruptcy. in the 1970s, atari produced video games to achieve widespread popularity. now it is refocusing on smartphone apps and internet- based games. the french part of the company has also filed for bankruptcy protection. coming up -- a close call for a surfer in ocean beach. why people are being warned to stay away from the waters and what's keeping rescue teams so busy. and turning in guns but not for cash. how many firearms marin county
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welcome back. and there's a warning in san francisco to surfers about rough waves after several people had to be rescued in just three days. the latest rescue happened yesterday morning when a surfer with very little experience got stranded on seal rock in ocean beach. rescue crews say he got tired, climbed up onto the rocks while his friend called for help. when rescue teams arrived, they told him to jump off the rock. they brought him back to shore. >> it's not a good day for a beginner. ten to 15-foot waves were reported this weekend. on saturday and sunday, the fire department had to rescue five others. high waves and strong currents
are expected today. about 30 weapons were select collected yesterday. now, last week, the county collected 827 firearms and issued vouchers because they ran out of money. san mateo county is hoping people will turn in their unused guns for cash this weekend. their gun buyback is on saturday at the san mateo county center. anyone canner is ren der -- anyone can surrender guns. no questions asked. if you are just joining us, you should know sal says 880 in the east bay is a mess. >> that's right. we have a new crash, southbound 880 at decoto road, between decoto and thornton.
the traffic, just terrible traffic heading south. they always do a pretty good job in trying to get the lanes open as soon as they can but the traffic time here is almost 50 minutes from 238 down to mowry avenue. that's a long time to be stuck in all of that traffic. so please give yourself extra time. it's much worse than it normally is. you might want to think about getting on the freeway of a thornton. don't get on before thornton for sure. north ate ate 0 looks much -- north 880 looks much better. we had an earlier problem on the bay bridge span. the traffic is still backed up. we're looking at a 30-minute delay before you make it on the span. let's go to steve. >> all right, sal. thank you. still cold for some. san ramon, parts of mendocino county, this is 111 consecutive days where the lows have been
below freezing. our observer in danville tweeted me that, other locations and areas have said the same thing. there is still an easterly breeze in place. fairfield, 28. but that east wind at the neap airport puts them at 42. 39 san rafael. look at santa rosa, 30. livermore was 28. now they are 30. 44 oakland. 40 mountain view. that's at moffett. the east wind will hold that system in check but a lot of high clouds will start to move in here very, very slowly. this will be a pattern change. today will be hazy, mild, warm. but the wind will give way to more of a south wind or a westerly breeze. there could be, you know -- this is that in-between day. today, still 60s but tomorrow we cloud it up and it looks like rain makes it other et weekend. it looks like a pattern -- over the weekend. >> thank you, steve. coming up in our 8:00 hour,
the fight continues to keep san francisco community college open. what officials say will happen to students if they are forced to close their doors. and a manhunt continuing in this oakland neighborhood this morning. a neighborhood on lockdown as police continue to search for two armed men, wanted for the shooting of an undercover police officer. the activity we've seen in the last couple of minutes out here. >> reporter: we're live at san jose airport where its newest international carrier has just announced more cancellation of flights. we'll tell you about the hassle it's causing travelers and what the airport has to say about that -- when "mornings on 2" continues. good morning! wow.
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good morning. two "mornings on 2." i'm pam cook. >> i'm brian flores. well, happening now, an active search in oakland for two suspects who are wanted for shooting an undercover police officer. the shooting happened last night just before 6:30 at seminary and east 17th. alex savidge has more. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. i can tell you in speaking with
the spokeswoman for the oakland police department, we do know that police overnight wrote up several search warrants so they could gain access to a number of homes in this neighborhood. we do understand they plan on serving several more search warrants throughout the morning here. still a very active search. more homes to look through now. as you can see, we pushed down seminary avenue, the street block the off in this area. i want to show you -- blocked off in this area. i want to show you what the scene looked like as we watched an officer with his gun drawn on top of a s.w.a.t. vehicle here. he was focused in on an apartment building. throughout the night we have seen the same thing, officers with their guns drawn, went door to door in the neighborhood doing a thorough search for two armed men believed to be connected to the shooting of an undercover police officer last night. four square blocks remained lock -- remain locked down this morningge. the situation began to old -- this morning. the situation began to unfold last night.
three gunmen were seen running off following the shooting. one man was taken into custody. two others escaped. the police chief talked about just how important this manhunt is. >> obviously with an incident like this with two dangerous suspects, we want to make sure the community does not sufferer any injuries as a result of this -- suffer any injuries as a result of this. the -- >> reporter: the undercover officer was in the area. the officer was here investigating and that's when police say he was confronted by those three armed men. one man was taken into custody last night. but as you can see here, oakland police continuing to search for two more armed men
believed to be still in this area. they have several more search warrants to serve. still a very active manhunt in the area. there's no estimate on when this neighborhood -- when the lockdown in this neighborhood will be lifted. live live this morning in oakland, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. protest, are planned as the oakland city council decides whether to approve a contract for william bratton. angry protests disrupted the meeting last week. oakland is looking to hire outside help. if approved, the city would pay bratton's consulting firm $250,000. thousands of people gather near sacramento to remember a police officer killed in the line of duty. galt police officer kevin tonn was shot and killed last week while investigating a burglary and then the gunman killed himself he was a k-9 officer. tonn was the galt police
department with -- with the galt police department for three and a half years. and he also served as military police in the army. the san francisco sheriff's department accused of robbing a bank is due to anear court -- appear in court. he has pleaded not guilty. court records indicate that he had financial problem. ed lee is proposing tearing down part of interstate 280. the idea is to demolish part of the freeway in the south of market neighborhood from 16th street to the king street ramp. the highway would be replaced by a street level boulevard. mayor lee's transit planner said that would create open space for a new neighborhood and could facility for high- speed rail. right now it's just an idea. no formal plans have been made. we want to check back in with sal, slow going on the
880. >> we had a crash earlier on 880 and thornton, in that general area. the traffic time is up, way up. this is 880. 45 minutes from 238 to mowry they've, so there is a slight improvement. the crash has been cleared out of the lanes. it will take a while for it to improve. 101 is a mess in san mateo because of earlier problems. even southbound 101 is slow leading down there. let's go to the bay bridge we have where we've had a 30 to 40- minute traffic time. a little bit longer there. if you are driving into san francisco, once you get on the bridge, it looks good. may, kind of a pleasant surprise right throughdown town -- downtown san jose, it looks good. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. a very good morning. mostly sunny. another cold morning thor those away from the coast -- for those away from the coast. half moon bay at 6:30 in the
morning was 54. today i saw a 39. that's a big difference. mostly sunny, hazy, high clouds out there. it is kind of creeping in. it will be cloudy tomorrow. there will be rain. the lows tomorrow will be above freezing unless this system completely stalls out. i don't think it will. i think tomorrow will be the first time in 11 days that their low has not been at 32 or colder. when was the last time it was that cold? 1990. a long time. that was arctic air. that was really cold really cold. mostly sunny today. 30s for some. good, 10, 15 miles an hour. that really helps some. you get the cold wind coming in from the valley. these clouds will slowly increase. kind of be here and then i think we'll see lows above freezing for the first time in a long time. remember, the dry atmosphere is very, very dry.
hide clouds, mostly sunny. still some mild temperatures. colder, well, cooler, on the high temperatures and warmer on the low temperatures. it looks like rain will make it. low, mid. a couple of locations barely hit 60s. fairfield being one. a little wind direction change will happen. cloudy with rain on wednesday. mostly sunny on thursday and then another system, this one looks better. where you weekend in view drops in. i think that will give us more rain on thursday. flights are canceled today for passengers headed from san jose to tokyo. it comes after the 787 dreamliner planes were grounded because of safety concerns. ktvu's janine de la vega is live at san jose international and just spoke with an airport official about the cancellations. janine? >> reporter: brian, that spokeswoman says that safety is their number one priority. they are supporting all nippon airlines and are hoping this airline can resume operations
out of here soon. so far, 320 flights have been canceled including ten out of san jose and more could be coming. now, this is video of what ana's ticket counter looked like. we're told that agents were here yesterday, helping travelers rebook their lights -- rebook their flights. there is a notice of apology from ana at ticketing. it's a notice announcing all cancellations from san jose to tokyo through at least next wednesday. the faa ordered all 787s to be grounded after an ana might flade an emergency landing because of battery problems. this is disappointing for local travelers who were finally excited to have a direct flight to asia from san jose. >> that's very unfortunate for myself and my people.
trying to fly to japan this saturday. but -- well, they all cancel and they have to change the flight from san francisco. >> reporter: ana just started operating at san jose international airport about a week and a half ago. they had hoped that more carriers would be attracted to coming to san jose. an and is estimated to generate close to 78 million in tourism dollars in its first year of operating here but now with the faa investigating and flights grounded, it's put a wrinkle in the launch here. again, flights are canceled through january 28th. i tried to go online to book a flight in february to see if i could go from san jose to tokyo in february. but what the website did for ana. it basically put me on a flight from san jose to los angeles on a different carrier and then
from san francisco then you had to take the flight direct to tokyo. so again, no direct flights out of san jose international airport to asia. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. in other airline news, you can pay a fee to get on a southwest jet earlier than some of the other people. southwest does not have assigned seating. it has passengers board in three groups. the groupings are usually determined however in advance you purchased your ticket or -- how far in advance you purchased your ticket or got to the airport. now any passenger can pay an extra $40 to be an early boarder. the national realtors association reported that so many seams were down 1% from the month before. but for the entire year, they rose to the highest in five years. yesterday, zillow announced bay
area home prices jumped 15% for all of 2012. it does expect prices to go up another 10% in san francisco and alameda counties. and soaring bay area rents may be slowing down. average rents in the east bay, peninsula and san francisco were nearly unchanged in the fourth quarter of last year. average rents declined slightly in the south bay. real facts said some renters dear siding to pay by -- deciding to buy may account for some of that leveling off. we're learning more about what could happen to students at san francisco city college if the campus were to to lose it's crede dation and closed -- accreditation and closed, last spring, the commission found a number of violations. the college has until march 15th to issue its final report about why it should be allowed to continue and operate. a final ruling could come in june. more kids are being die
knowed with adhd. the new cases jumped near -- diagnosed with adhd. the new cases jumped in25%. jumped 25%. overall, 5% of the kids have the adhd. white children from high-income homes are most likely to be diagnosed. the oscar grant tragedy is coming to the big dean. the reason it has studios -- screen. the reason it has studios in hollywood scrambling. and a cat controversy is brewing in new zealand. the one website a man has created and why he wants to -- to ban all cats from the country.
still cold for some. mostly sunny today. a lot of high clouds will start to filter in. that will lead to some clouds and it looks like rain on wednesday. all right. thank you, steve. happening right now -- president obama is attending the traditional day-after inauguration prayer service. we want to take you out there live this morning outside the national cathedral. after church, the president will go back to work at the white house. tori campbell has been covering the inauguration activities for us in washington, d.c. where she caught up with a california lawmaker in up to for the e-- in town for the event. >> reporter: that's right. good morning, pam. even with a few inaugural events still takes place today, a lot of people are heading out of town, the crowds at the local airport will be about the usual number you would see on
the day before thanksgiving and the roads and the train stations will be crowded as well. now, one person who will be staying in washington, d.c. for at least another day is california senate president pro tem darrell steinberg. while he enjoyed watching the inauguration ceremony yesterday, he actually came here to the national's capital to encourage congress to do more than just focus on gun control in response to the connecticut school shooting. >> focus on mental health as well and building a national set of mental health services that will not only prevent more tragedies but prevent a lot of unnecessary suffering. >> reporter: he also said that people here in washington definitely have a different opinion of california compared to four years ago. >> the unfair but the buzz was that california's ungovernable. now it's four years later. we've made the hard decisions,
we've taken the vote. now we have a balanced budget. >> reporter: i should also mention that american capitalism was alive and well on the streets of washington, d.c. when we were walking around yesterday before and after the inauguration. vendors were hawking anything and everything you could think of linked to the inauguration like watches, t-shirts, hats and posters. almost a festive atmosphere out here. i also have to say boy, everyone was really lucky with the weather. yesterday, it was chilly but not too bad. but today, it is about 23 degrees outside right now. but with the windchill, it feels like 7 degrees. literally freezing and actually the coldest day they've had here for two years. reporting live in washington, d.c., i'm tori campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right, tori. stay warm out there. people who attended the inauguration says it was much easier to get around washington than four years ago. lines were still long to get in, streets were blocked off but overall people who attended
say the organization is better. fewer people say getting around was easier. >> definitely not as many people as it was before but the feeling is still an amazement of feeling and full of hope. >> for many people their chance to see the president came when he and the first lady walked down pennsylvania avenue. new documents against the los angeles archdiocese show church officials routinely suffered up abuse allegations against priests. church leaders deliberately sent molester priests out of state hoping them avoid civil and criminal trouble. in some cases accused priests were allowed to return to ministry. documents show that they failed to provide allegations from parishioners. the la archdiocese is expected to reduce 30,000 pieces of
documents. it's been exactly one year since joe paterno died. now, for most of his career, he was held up as a model of how to run a college athletic program. his reputation was tarnished after a child sex abuse scandal involving jerry san dusk kay came. investigators say he hid -- sandusky. investigators say he hid the allegations. the new movie about the fatal shooting of oscar grant has set off a bidding car. the movie is getting bids from major studios. the film drama was written and directed by ryan crewler. this chronicles the night that oscar grant was shot by johannes mehserle four years ago. a man suspected of exposing himself to women on two separate occasions in belmont has been identified. police are not releasing his name. but they say they tracked down his red toyota camry this past sunday. investigators say he was in the car when he exposed himself to
women on hiller street on january 13th and again last saturday. the women wrote down his license plate number. police did not arrest the suspect. prosecutors are now reviewing the case. new this morning, all gun- related groupons have been pulled from the site. aol daily finance reports says that groupon has suspended deals for carry ranges, and the move comes after pressure from consumers following the sandy hook shooting. gun rights advocates are calling for a boycott of groupon. a man in new ze land has come up with a controversial plan to save mative birds. he wants to get -- native birds. he wants to get kid of cats. he's not recommending people euthanize their cats but instead spay or neuter them and not release them when they die. the plan has many furious.
8:19. and we're now learning a child was killed in a horrible crash on an icy highway in ohio. in all, 60 cars and 16 big rigs were involved in the pileup near natty yesterday. one 12-year-old died in the crash. dozens of others were hurt. investigators are blaming a spud -- blaming a sudden bust of snow for the pileup. >> inclement weather, heavy snow. the snow came down rather quickly, was sticking to everything, includes the roadway. >> at least 20 crash victims are still in the hospital. two of them are listed in critical condition. 19 minutes after 8:00. the tattoos of 49ers' tattoos of clip, that artist is see -- of colin kaepernick, that artist is seeing a big boost in business. and steve will be back to tell us when we'll need our
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line and set him free. there is a lot of buzz about the arm of 49ers' quarterback colin kaepernick and a lot of buzz about what's on his arm. colin kaepernick's tattoo artist in reno is seeing a big business in reno. he's been working with the quarterback since 2008 when he played for the university of nevada. >> i was pretty surprised, pretty amazed by it. i didn't really expect it will be this big, you know? >> now, kaepernick has said most of his tattoos have a religious meaning and he has a lot of tattoos that he did a lot of thinking about for a lightning time before getting them. 8:23. very busy on the roadways. let's go to sal with the latest there. >> you are right. it's been very busy. good morning to you. southbound 880 also very slow still. we've had some slow traffic at the bay bridge as well.
this morning, finally, getting a little bit of a reprieve here. it's more like a 25-minute delay. at one point, it was like 45 minutes. things are getting better getting into san francisco. we've been talking about the east bay, 880 and we've looked at the traffic time which at one point was 50 minutes now it's down to 40. we do have a little bit of improvement on this stretch of 880 now that the accident has been cleared. across the bay if you are driving down the peninsula, i would say that 18 minutes is still a little bit more than you would like to spend on 101. you might want to think about going down to 280. 238, some slow traffic here as you cross 880. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. well, still cold for some this morning. 20s, 30s, 11 consecutive days for -- especially those east with colder temperatures. that will end. we are gating the cloud cover.
the system to the southwest may hang around into the weekend. it will give us higher clouds today. temperatures, in fact, they will still onen the -- they will still be on the mild side. there's already a hint of a wind direction. hazy skies. it does look like rain makes it sometime around the noon hour. 30s 40s, to almost 50. again, the 45 in novato, not far away you might find 35. i understand all of this, you will find 34 as in concord, walnut creek, livermore, fairfield, napa airport has an east wind. fairfield, east wind as well. oakland getting south wind. give this breeze a lot of credit. higher clouds are coming in and then probably mostly cloudy by this afternoon. but at least some sun here in the morning for a while. today, ta, 60s, low, mid, a few
upper. we'll go with that for santa cruz. this will be it. we're going into a colder pattern. wednesday, cloudy. they want to bring us more rain, these systems, by the weekend. a south bay neighborhood on edge after a home invasion. >> we were awake for a long time last night. it was hard to sleep. >> what happened to one couple that has neighbors rethinking their security. >> reporter: we're live in brentwood where four teenagers were shot in a drive by -- in a drive-by shooting. we just spoke to investigators. we'll tell you what they had to say when we return. >2ñlñ@ e@
the search continues in brentwood for those responsible for injuring four teenagers in a drive-by shooting. it happened around 6:00 last night on granville rain. ktvu's tara moriarty joins us live from the brentwood police station with more details. >> reporter: we just spoke with the captain out here e says there has not been a homicide in brentwood in two years. he can't remember the last time there was a shooting. we did speak to the sister of one of the victims that was injured last night. she says that her brother and cousins were standing out on the sidewalk at 6:00 last night. this was in front of their home when a car full of young men drove by. witness says someone in that car opened fire. you can still see two bullet holes where a bullet is lodged in the stucco of the garage. four young people, ranging in age from 13 to 16 were seriously wounded. >> it appears that the vehicle traveled down and had an exchange of words with the
scripps -- victims. some of what was said outside of the car could have been gang- related. but we have no reason to believe the victims are tied to any fangs. >> reporter: luckily, all of the boys are expected to survive. they were struck by bullets with about three to four males inside. that's about as much description as we have at this point. we did speak to the next door neighbor who says that it's a quiet neighborhood and everyone is just simply in shock. the captain agreeing with that statement. now the getaway car is described as a white or light- colored late model four-door sedan. right now detectives don't have a motive. coming up we'll let you know what investigators are doing right now to try to catch the suspects. we're live in brentwood, tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. also this morning, three suspects are behind cars in connection with an armed kidnapping in petaluma. a witness reports that she saw a man kidnapped at gunpoint from his home on 6th street just before 9:00 last night.
now, that witness then provided police with a detailed description of the suspects and their car. police say they then tracked down the suspects and found guns and drugs in their car, in one was hurt. at this point. no word of any possible motive. the debate over stun guns will continue today with the first community hearing. the police chief is trying to launch a program that would give stun guns to more than 100 officers who are trained to handle the mentally ill. now, those against the plan say stunned guns can cause major injuries and in some cases, death. they also worry that officers will use the device unnecessarily. the meeting will be held at 6:00 tonight at the hamilton recreation center on geary. fire investigators say an early-morning fire at a fremont furniture store looks suspicious. crews were called to a shopping center shortly before 2:00 this moring. the fire started in the middle of a show roam floor. they also found a device that may have started the fire.
crews quickly put it out and no one was hurt. but now they are looking for the cause of the fire and investigation about a potential arsonist. a san jose couple was robbed inside their own home. police are searching superior the suspects -- for the suspects. the suspects reportedly tied up the couple and made off with items from the home. this morning, we talked to neighbors who said it was hard to sleep after learning what happened a few yards away. >> the police came to our door last night about 8:00, 9:00, and asked if we had seen anything suspicious that our neighbor's house had been broken into, that they had been beaten up or roughed up. >> the neighbor says the couple did not go to the hospital. she also says the neighborhood is normally quiet but that they are now considering adding an alarm system to their property. police in san rafael are hoping new surveillance video will help lead them to the suspect of a violent robbery.
it happened at this check cashing and cell phone store on medway road saturday night. now, police say the man opened fire. three people inside the store were able to escape through a -- through a troop that has bulletproof glass -- room that has bulletproof glass. if you have information, call police. yesterday, piedmont police say up to five armed masked robbers forced their way into a home on estates drive. 30 minutes later, robbers struck again on arroyo avenue. they reportedly punched a woman, locked her husband in the basement and fired a shot. the suspects got away with jewelry and computer equipment. they were last seen driving away in a gray suv. repairs are set to begin today on the bay bridge, where it was damaged by an oil taker two weeks ago. the tanker hit a tower on the western span on january 7th. caltrans says the bumpers that are made of steel and plastic did their job and protected the bridge structure. it's expected to take four months and 2 million to 3
million to repair the bumpers. the chp is warning people about a fake mechanic scamming drivers. he targets those in disstabled cars in freeways. the man says he's with the chp services patrol. he then asked for money to buy parts and leaves and doesn't come back. this is mainly happening in construction areas on i-5 in the stockton area. the man is worn to wear a badge and drive a compact car. tonight marin county's transportation authority will discuss launching a bike sharing program. it would provide a net share of bikes. the bay area's first bike sharing program will start the summer in san jose, san jose, and mountain view. well, it's been exactly three years since highway crews began to carve out the tunnel's fourth bore. the final project is moving into the phase. the new bore is expected to be
open for business by the end of the year. opening that bore will give the tunnel four lanes in each direction. that's expected to dramatically reduce traffic especially during rush hour. >> especially today. it's busy out there. sal, you are starting in oakland. >> yes. one of the things that's been busy is the 880 freeway. and now the 880 in oakland is slowing down. northbound. that's kind of typical but southbound, they've really been slow heading down to fremont. we had an earlier problem that's cleared but traffic is still very slow. let's talk about the nimitz freeway and talk about the traffic heading south. it's very slow from 238. let's go to the next element. that's between hayward and fremont. very slow drive, it was 50 minutes from 238 to mowry. now it's just down to a little more than a half-hour. we've seen some improvement across the bay. we have slow traffic on
southbound 101, 19 minutes. northbound is slow in this area. if you are driving on the bay bridge approach, it's finally getting better. it's about a 20, 25-minute delay as opposed to earlier when it was much more. let's go to steve. >> mostly sunny, higher clouds coming in. that's a sign of a -- sign of a change. there's another huge difference. our system is on its way for tomorrow. today, just the higher cloud deck. so today, mostly sunny, kind of hey city now, high clouds starting to work their way in. the dry pattern looks like it ends tomorrow. cloudy skies, rain will develop maybe over the weekend. it does not look like an extended sketch of wet weather. forecast models don't have a got handle on things. but this system will bump along. that will help bring in rain.
50 at half moon bay. 48 in san francisco. other locations, 11th consecutive mornings of 32 or colder. i think that has toking gab to 1990 -- go back to 1990. the easterly breeze is in place. mostly sunny, turning partly cloudy. a little bit of a different wind direction probably on the coast. noticeable difference on the lows on the coast. they were in the upper 30s or 40s compared to the upper 30s and 40s. 60s, low, though, pittsburgh, antioch brentwood, concord, oakland, now sliding down a little bit, we'll stay with 70 for santa cruz. and then 6 on the coast. much of the peninsula mid-60s, including redwood city, palo alto and mountain view. cloudy rain on wednesday. but then it's out there. the low coming in looks like it will hang to the south. and then the two will merge together and say more rain, i
think, on sunday. back to you. a man from tax texas is one of the victims killed in the algeria hostage taking situation. the family is having to deal with it. >> terrorism and texas don't go together. >> victor lovelady just returned to the natural gas plant. the algerian military moved in on saturday. 38 of the hostages were killed. two americans are among those killed. france says there's 1,000 african troops in mally to force out islamic militants who have taken out part, of the country. france has more than 2,000 troops -- troops in mally. islamic militants are leeching areas that they had taken control of after being pounded by air strikes.
prince harry is returning home after a five-month reemployment in afghanistan. he call -- calls came to fi -- calls came in during unexpected moments even during one interview. >> it wasn't done in one day, it just -- >> prince harry was stationed at the camp with a simple bunk and phone while he was there, learned his sister-in-law is expecting a baby. >> very unfair. that's just the media for you. i don't think hope she gets the necessary protection to allow her as a mother-to-be to enjoy the privacy that comes with it. >> when asked, prince harry said he killed taliban fighters during his employment that's sparked fears of possible realition. it has the national media going wild. two brothers, battling it out
against each forefor a super bowl championship. how the harbaughs view the hype. also -- a hit-and-run crash in the east bay overnight. how it affected several people several blocks away from the accident. >> reporter: and the s.w.a.t. team remains on scene in this oakland neighborhood as police officer try to track down those who killed a police officer. what neighbors went through night. went -- went through overnight. alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪
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welcome back to "mornings on 2." time now is 8:43. taking a live look at the big board. dow jones is up a little bit right now. the nasdaq and s&p 500, also posting some slight gains. there is great economic news coming in that u.s. home sales rose to a five-year high last year and bay area home prices are up as well. good news on the housing front, anyway. today, marks the 40th anniversary of the roe versus wade decision legalizing abortions. the supreme court decision filled the subject of debate according to a new nbc news wall street journal poll, 70% oppose other -- overturning this. that's the highest percentage since 1989. 24% still say it should be
overturned. many new state laws place some restrictions on abortion. happening right now, president obama is attending the tradition day of a after inaugural prayer service. you can see this is going on right now. after church this morning, the president will go back to work at the white house. members of congress are also back on capitol hill. as kyla campbell report, republicans say they have a new plan to attackle the debt limit -- to tackle the debt limit. >> reporter: they plan to debate that today and vote tomorrow. the debt ceiling is currently set at $16.4 trillion and the treasury department says we could hit that in just three weeks. house republican leadership proposes extending the debt limit through mid-may to avoid missing any payments. so far, several senate democrats and the white house approve that plan but it's another short-term fix. california congressman mike
honda does not want congress in charge of setting the debt limit. they just introduced a bill that could -- that would allow the treasury to pay off the debts unless there's something introduced to stop it. >> i think we should have a progress that addresses that so it doesn't become a barrier or a political football. >> reporter: the country has never defaulted on payments but even debating the debt ceiling could have a negative impact on the economy. kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. let's get you updated on some of the top stories we're following right now. flights from san jose to tokyo are canceled again today after airlines were forced to ground hundreds of 787 dream liners due to safety concerns. airport officials say the wait will be until at least next tuesday. passengers are being put on united flights for the time being. tonight, oakland city council is expected to vote on a $250,000 contract to hire an
outside police consulting crime to help fight crime in oakland. protests are planned by those who don't want to see william bratton advising the department. an undercover officer was shot last night. this morning, the search for the suspects continues. alex savidge has more. >> reporter: good morning. certainly this was a nerve- racking night and morning for neighbors. many stayed inside their homes as this manhunt unfolded outside. you can see the streets are blocked off as we push down seminary avenue for you. you can see the s.w.a.t. team remains on scene. officers are still trying to find the two men wanted in connection with the shooting of an undercover officer that happened last night in this same neighborhood. not long ago, we watched as an officer was up on top of the s.w.a.t. vehicle here focused in on an apartment building. a spokesperson said police are continuing to write up search
warrants so they can gain access to a number of homes in this area. throughout the night, officers went door to door in the neighborhood, searching for those two wanted men. they had square blocks shut down. everything began to unfold about 6:30 last night when an undercover officer was shot and wounded in this area. three gunmen were seen running off. right away police were able to take one man into custody. but the two others escaped. i just talked to one man he said he was concerned with those two armed men on the loose. was it a scary sort of night, i guess? >> yes. >> reporter: that undercover officer was in this area as part of a stakeout last night. he was investigating a recent shooting that happened on sunday in this same neighborhood that left a man with serious injuries. the injured officer, meantime,
suffered a gunshot wound to the arm, a spokeswoman for the department told me this morning, he has been treated and released from the hospital. as we bring you back out live here, four blocks of seminary avenue remain blocked off as police officers continue the search in this area although we do know and have seen a number of people who live on this street have been allowed to come and go this morning. we are expecting to get an update in about 45 minutes from now around 9:30. oakland police are planning to hold a news conference and offering an update on the men wanted in connection with the shooting of a police officer last night. live in oakland, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. a man who escaped from a california prison has been captured after 17 years on the run. police say 42-year-old jose ochoa was found last week living in a basement at a home in southern california. he had been in a state prison in tu lair county for being in possession of a controlled -- tulare county for being in possession of a substance for
sale. he case in-- he escaped and is now in prison in chino. a second jury trial is set to begin for debra madden. madden is charged with obtaining cocaine from the police lab by means of fraud or deception in 2009. her first trial ended in a hung jury back in october. the jury agreed that madden stole ocane but they disagreed that she did it by means of deception. hayward police are still looking for a hit-and-run driver who smashed into a power pole. it happened around 10:00 last night on huntwood avenue. the crash brought down the pole and snapped power lines leaving homes without electricity. a parked motor home was damaged. the driver left his car at the crash scene and ran off. crews spent several hours working to fix the pole and reother -- and restore power to the area. tonight, fire station 4 on
hawthorne drove closedder -- tonight, fire station 4 closed, and they will have a meeting about it at walnut height the elementary. 49er plans planning to fly to the super bowl will say super prices. we checked on the travel web page kayak.com. we found the average cost of a round-trip plane ticket is about $1500. that's nearly triple the normal cost. these prices are for passengers leaving on the friday before the super bowl game coming back on monday. of course. one of the big story lines of the upcoming super bowl xlvii is the fact that jim harbaugh and his brother, baltimore ravens' coach john harbaugh will be going head to head. >> we have to prepare. it doesn't matter who is on the opposite side. you have to beat them. harbaugh called this a blessing
and a curse. he wants the focus to be on the players, not their coaches. he says he and john will probably exchains a few text messages you will will be busy getting their teams prepared for the matchup. 49ers' quarterback colin kaepernick will be making his only 10th start on the big stage. his hometown of turlock could not be more proud. his childhood friends say they are not surprised at where he is now. they say he's always been a hard worker, very determined and competitive. >> he wants to win and he has that rare drive that athletes have. the "it" factor. >> he sure does. his friends say it's surreal to see him live -- living out his dream on tv. but they say he's still the same down-to-earth guy. how city leaders plan to tackle the sidewalk debate. pretty slow in san jose on
sterilize the animals. 30 deer will be placed outside of the community. in 2007, the same idea pitched the idea for archers to thin the herd but canceled it due to heavy protests. city leaders want to form a group made of homeless advocate, business owners, police and others to develop what they call a compassionate sidewalk plan. this comes after voters rejected a controversial measure that would would have beenedcy -- that would have beened sitting on sidewalks. -- been -- that would ban sitting on sidewalks. two lucky viewers today will win a pair of tickets to lewis black at the masonic in sacramento. black is known for rid kuehling history, politics, trends, culture phenomenal. for your chance to win two withs -- tickets go to our website before midnight and put in the secret word "rant." >> all right. very busy out there on the
roadways. >> why h -- ya. >> we've been talking about it all morning. >> right now traffic is moving along pretty well in some areas. very slow in others. we've seen some improvement at the toll plaza. it's about a 20-minute delay. there's been some improvement. at one point it was about 45. if you are drivening 0 the peninsula, we've had some slow traffic here. but across the bay has been slow as you drive south and this time still remains more than a half-hour here, southbound 880 between 238 and fremont near the mowry avenue exit. and finally, 280 is a mess. northbound and southbound in san jose. northbound 280 traffic very slow getting up to highway 17. southbound 280 a lot of those people are going to san jose state. 101 and 237 are also slow. please give yourself extra time. we also checked in on public transit. transit is doing well. let's go to steve.
well, tur, sir. mostly sunny -- well, thank you, sir. mostly sunny. tomorrow, cloudy skies and rain. what? yeah. i know it's been a while. this will go down as a cold month but not rainy. mostly sunny thursday, friday. it looks like another system comes in on the weekend. a stretch of very, very warm weather for the coast and bay coming to an end. >> all right. thank you. >> that's our report for this morning. we thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we'll see you the next time -- the next time the news breaks. >> be sure to watch us at noon. we'll have interesting news for those of you who love cheap wine. we're always here for you on twitter, facebook and ktvu.com. thank you for joining us and thank you for watching.