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it is going to dig south just a little bit. over the north for today, we will have the slight possibility of a few scattered showers over the north bay. if it i get in a little bit closer, you can see how the clouds have taken over the north way. sliding over the south bay and we have partly sunny skies and because of it. not as cool this morning. but the possibility of rain is going to stick around for the next day or two. you can see the line is 90 miles to the north. it is the north bay that we will see the possibility of maybe a few sprinkles today. the rest of us not as warm. we will have a look at the temperatures and the how much i expect to look at it coming up. call for help for the
family of a los angeles dodge ares fan stabbed to death in san francisco. they are heading back to the ballpark looking for answers. allie rasmus is live for us with one father's public plea. >> the father and the victim's brother and sister will be out here at at&t park. they claim to have a press conference in front of the willie mays statue. could be as early as 10:00 a.m. possibility later than that. they are here to ask the family for help. they believe there are giant's fans out there that may have cellphone pictures that ended jonathan denver's life. he is a dodger fan and was in town last week. and police say there was an altercation after the game outside the ballpark between denver, his friends and some giant's fans. he was stabbed to death.
six blocks away from the at&t park. the man suspected of killing denver is michael montgomery. he is now back at home in lodi. prosecutors say they didn't have enough evidence to charge him with the crime. montgomery's mother said he is relieved and he is still really messed up about what happened. what he did. what he saw. how could you get that out of your head. montgomery's mother believes her son acted in self-defense. denver's family do not think that is the case. they want justice for the man accused of stabbing their son. they will be out here to ask the public for their help in gores some evidence. >> allie rasmus, ktvu. they are holding another fund raidser for brian stowe, he was attacked outside of the
park in 2011. ten-dollars from every ticket sale will go to the brian stow fun under. antioch police are investigating an incident that left one man dead and another fighting for his life. police say the men were shot multiple times. a 24-year-old man from oakley tide of his injuries. another is being treated at the hospital. police have not released any information for the motive or the suspect. >> a man is being rescued after being rescued from a ravine. they called rescue crews to help rescue a map that was stuck on ridge month drive. that is in east san jose. he was taken with major injuries and still not clear how he ended up in the railroad convenient. now, to our continuing coverage of the budget battle in washington. some political analysts say it is more than likely that there will be a government shut down.
they pushed through a spending plan early this morning that would delay president obama's healthcare law for a year. that prompted heated exchanges on the house floor between the two parties. >> it is not like the president said there are no negotiations. he will negotiate with foreign dictators before he will negotiate with us. >> the house republicans are shutting down the government. they are doing it intellectually. mr. speaker, the house is not in order. it now goes to the democrat controlled senate with any changes to the affordable care act is a deal bricker. they have no plans to meet until tomorrow morning. if no agreement is reached. the government shutdown begins tomorrow night. one of the government sectors deeply affected by the shut down is the military. some 400,000 civilians could be
furloughed. chuck hagel criticized congress. this is to satisfy a political whim and is irresponsible and short-sighted. he said it could even delay the pay to the military in afghanistan. >> there is one piece of legislation in a vote strengthening security at american embassies. the closure of embassies and closures in august demonstrated the threat to the americans worldwide. they fund state department operations next year and more expensive contracts for overseas posts. >> there is 156 marines to the 1200 currently protecting embassies and consulates. >> conflicting reports whether terrell prior will start in today's games. this is six days after a concussion in the game in
denver. cautionary tests on saturday, he would play today. and he said now. it is going to be a game time decision. >> there are other reports that fire will start in today's game. we will see when kickoff is at 1:25 p.m. they have to change the game time. when they play the charmers next sunday. that is because of the as playoff schedule. they play early game on saturday. and keep the 1:25 kickoff time on sunday. however, if they play a night game. they will not be able to play until 8:30 at night which is the latest starting time in franchise history. now, we know who they will be playing in the playoffs. who the team will face on friday and the history between the two teams. just a reminder. we are going to end mornings on two at nine this morning to bring you nfl. stay tuned for the game and we will switch on over to the
raiders/redskins game. stay tuned. police in mountain view are getting ready for a huge rave at the amphitheater. the event called beyond wonderland has music fans. and drawing the attention of law enforcement. and the health department put out warnings of the dangers of club drugs mike mdma or molly. they are cautioning fans to take care of each other and stay safe. take care of him, okay. > >> can't be drinking out in public. >> people come here to have a sober, happy and healthy good time. he we try to encourage that. >> we did check in with mountain view police. they say there were no major incidents at the rave. >> it goes from one until 11:00 p.m. also happening today the alcatraz invitational swim
begins in a couple of hours. taking part are three blind teenager from phoenix. they are attempting to become the first blind swimmers to make the swim. they are accompanied by guides. and it begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends at the foot of the height street pier. good luck to them. >> good luck. we will head on to rosemary because weather is changing, right? >> normal changes. the clouds are coming in. we are waking up with fog and low-midlevel clouds and they will hit the ground in some spots especially in, particularly i should say, over the north bay. a look at the clouds over the estuary. partly cloudy over the east bay and south pay and north bay. we will be mostly cloudy for most of the day. we have afternoon highs dropping. this is storm tracker two. and the system deep bees a little bit closer to
washington. it will dig into the bay area. and already bringing us the clouds. you are noticing that. and i slide in a lot closer. we are still mainly dry here. the model wants to bring the rain down to santa rosa. and hang right there. >> giving a look. >> it is here. >> low clouds along the coast line. and take a look. >> few scattered showers over the north bay. it looks like south of i-80. we are partly cloudy. and mostly sun is any and over the north bay. it as different story. >> few sprinkles falling within the moist cloud cover here. it department go very far south. in fact, we are mainly dry over the bay area. and we will leave it for chance over part of the north bay. >> get going tomorrow morning, the pattern is still with us. >> it is a few sprinkles. and get back to the drive on
monday morning. and the system finallyally pulling out. temperatures right now because of the cloud cover and moisture in place. not as cool as yesterday. >> some areas have slipped into the 40s. >> 55 outside your door and 56 in should have and 54 for hayward and in mountain view. for the afternoon. low 70s. for novato, san rafael am and 57 for sausalito. 10 degrees below what we had. walnut creek. still nice one in livermore. and few degrees cooler than yesterday. 72 in san mateo. and into the -- in san leandro. and redwood city. some 67. and mostly p -- san mateo much -- mostly sunny. and few sprinkles especially for the north.
hanging through monday as well. we turn mostly sunny. drying out. and warmer on wednesday. we have the warmest day in the extended forecast thursday. i will have a look at your sunday day planner coming up. this is still popping up. but why the trended green living can pose a risk for firefighters. it is a story you will see only on two. >> letting passengers use electronic devices during takeoff and landing. what they are saying about the possible dangers. >> live look outside. we have got an incident west bounds 80 in san francisco right around the ninth street off ramp. couple of lanes blocked on 80 due to a solo accident. may cause bit of a back up as you make your way into san francisco on this sunday. time now is 7:12. you are watching "mornings on 2".
. this is a building that collapse dollars in underria. the last survive was pulled from the rubble yesterday. in all. 33 people were rescued and others were killed when their building collapsed on friday. poor construction could have led to the collapse. more than 500 people died between april and june alone. they blame poor workmanship two years ago. it was on the way from phoenix to sacramento. 5'" hole opened up in the fuselage. they were forced to make a
landing. new report finds that two p.m.s were miss aligned when the boeing p 37 was assembled -- 737 was assembled and holes were drilled incorrect hi. more trouble for the air liner. norwegian air is grounding the 737. they are running into a a number of glitches and they want them to examine it. they will have a nonstop from scandinavia to san francisco next spring. the federal aviation almost let passengers use smart phones. and e readers. and that is on takeoffs and landings. how that could change and impact the system. >> turn off cellular phones. faa could decide to relax
the restrictions. we asked the people who build it, if it is dangerous to keep devices on during all phases of flights. >> the emissions are measured by the antennae here. >> this is the automatic interference labs. they have been studying the issue for years. >> testing cellphones. laptops and impacts on airplane systems. >> kenny kerchoff tested my phone. >> it is communicating with the tower. and it has failed. >> reporter: it could interfere with systems like the planest smoke alarms. >> the next laptop. it failed showing potential interference with the communications radio. a tablet in wi-fi mode also failed. the same tablet in airplane mode tested safe. >> it is not necessarily a
phone can bring counsel an airplane that is not the issue. the issue is interfering with the airplane and causing more work for pilots during critical phases of flight. recent survey found one in three passengers left their devices on because they forgot. despite that, engineers say. no electronic device has ever taken down down a plane. they want to use them. planes like this one can counter interference. >> turn it on. >> they recommend devices. not be used in flight unless it has been tested against every possible electronic device that could be used on board. he says, there is another problem: >> you would be asking all the flight attendants to monitor which devices are good and which can't be used. and that is a heavy burden for flight attendants.
>> a burden he said is not practical. >> new relations are emerging about how the nationality security agency may be tracking them through social connections. they have been tapping into phone and e-mail data to make so-called social graphs. they use the graphs to identify who people travel with. and location. and personal information. they were to track foreign ares and now, it includes americans. it is based on documents leaked by edward snowden. antivirus software pioneer said he has a way to stop this. and it is a new device called decentral. he hasn't built it but he plans to sell it less than $100. he made the claim yesterday. it was his first public interview since escaping belize. he is wanted there for the shooting death of his neighbor.
only on two. solar panels may be the new trend and they could pose a serious risk to firefighters in the event of a fire. solar panels covered part of the home that burned on tuesday. the panels made fighting flames more difficult. firefighters can trip over them and suffer electric shocks because they can't be turned off. >> even if we find the switch to turn it off. there is still energy from the panels all the way down to the switch. >> fire departments say until the building codes can catch up. >> it is solar installers. and checking with the city's fire department with their recommendations. >> there is a' debate on the effectiveness of the house bill. >> they regulate specialty pharmacies. they mix smaller batches of
drugs to meet the needs of patients. >> one is blamed for distributing a bad batch. the bill provides important regulation but critics say it should have required companies to register with the food and drug administration. >> you if you were upset about missing out. >> have no fear. you could strike it big. >> it is now up to $189 million. no one matched the winning numbers. >> a man in south carolina won the 400 million powerball jackpot. tickets for the mega million cost 1 dollar. >> pig surprise from a high school mascot in kentucky. who was in the polar bear suit that had a football player and coach breaking into tears. outside the doors, the clouds are covering many parts of the bay area this morning. for some, the possibility of a
. cloudy with a chance of meatballs, 2. it is a big hit at the weekend box office. they pulled in $9.3 million. it is the sequel to the 2009 film which debuted in its opening weekend. three other films. rush, baggage claim and don john. a soldier back from duty went straight to his high school for a special reunion. specialist justin may. dressed up as a local mascot. he wanted to surprise his brother ryan and his father ronald who is the assistant coach. the team warmed up and there he comes to make the big reveal to
his dad moments before the big game. he had no idea what is going on for a few seconds. it was amazing. >> love reunions. justin's brother joined into the tearful reunion. they have not seen him since he left for his tour of duty 11 months ago. >> what a great idea to surprise him and the big bear hug. >> very nice. >> i don't know if i could have. >> it is the bear hug. but the whole polar bear thing. rosemary, what is happening. >> i am fine. how you doing. we have got some nice weather out there. not as sunny as yesterday. not as warm. partly cloudy skies for the second half of the day. it will be mostly cloudy and chance of a few sprinkles. you can see the storm. it has taken aim at northern california. oregon and washington. and as we get here into the bay
area. what we will see. mostly cloudy skies over the north bay. partly cloudy over the central and south bay. just a slight chance at a few scattered showers over the north bay. the rest of uses will see a drop in temperatures. >> look at the extended forecast. five to continue degrees cooler than yesterday. we are looking at low 70s. some of the inland cities and along the coast. mostly cloudy skies and expected for the afternoon. we get into tomorrow. temperatures are continue to fall and it will be farther south tracking for you. by tuesday we are drying out and back into low 80s. for inland cities. and mid- to upper 60s. along the coast. all the cloud cover. not as chilly. we will have a look at the temperatures coming up. >> gourmet street food and entertainment. you might want to head out to oakland today.
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. a father searching for answers while dealing with the death of his son. how someone could hold a key clue. >> a father is -- i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> today, he is on the hunts for information tied to his son's homicide. this is outside at&t park where a long-time fan will be talking to others. the family of jonathan denver will be here later today. they are asking fans if they have any cellphone video or pictures of the fight that ended denver's life. the family of jonathan denver would like them to turn it over
to police. it is last wednesday when wednesday, a dodgers man was in town. about 90 minutes after the game ended denver, his friends and giants fans got into some kind of altercation. he was stabbed to death six blocks away from the ballpark. >> prosecutors say they didn't have enough evidence to charge the man suspected with the crime. the man here. 21-year-old michael montgomery. and they didn't speak to the media on camera but the mother told the stockton newspaper that she believed her son acted in self-defense. he is relieved and he is really messed up about what happened. what he did and what he saw. how could you get that out of your head. she went on to say it is traumatizing. i am sure he is relieved he is not in jail. but he doesn't think it is over. because it is not over.
now the family of jonathan denver does not think this is over. he they he would like him to be charged with a crime. the prosecutor needs more evidence to do that. the family will be here asking fans if they have pictures or video and to turn that over to police. >> . this was at at&t park last night t happened around 9:00 p.m. five hours after the game against the padres. it started in and around a commercial dryer. this fire continues to burn in the county. whether a small grass fire that started near the facility along 505 may be connected. it started thursday at hay kingdom in the city of winters. the damage could cost up to $5 million. >> the search today is for a missing san francisco woman who
was last seep at a san francisco hospital. she had to be admitted for a bladder infection. friends say she became disoriented and thought she was on a cruise ship. >> she disappeared from her hospital room loafing her cellphone behind. friends are posting flyers in the area. >> we are looking for help. this woman is missing for a week now. and very unusual behavior for her. >> she lives only a mile from the hospital. so she may have tried to walk home. there is a facebook page dedicated to the search evident. we have a link for you on ktvu.com. we know the identity of a man killed in clayton. they identified him as 21-year-old westton clayton. the car he was driving crashed into a tree. two teenagers were critically injured. the car he was driving was reported stolen. they tried to pull him over and
they say he took off. we have a story about a bay area television reporter in san francisco. show you video of the car one of the suspects was taken to the hospital in. and after the guard. two men have been arrested. they have been identified as armani mcfar land and johnwood. >> they tried to rob kron four reporter john bush. bush said the guard shot one in the leg. he and the guard were not hurt. the valley register reports crime went up last year compared to 2011. however, the numbers are still down from a decade ago. >> 3% jump in violent crimes and increase in property climbs last year compared to to 11. dozens of people came together in oakland to take a stand against street violence. it was in honor of 8-year-old
alisa car deny. a dog walker was hit by gunfire. both cases are still unsolved. they say the so-called anti snitching culture on city streets may be partly to blame. >> people turn a blind eye to it. it is normal. >> it is a plague. it is a disease. >> they were organized by soldiers everywhere. and they hold demonstrations where are a recent homicide has taken place. they will hold a hearing on wednesday to rezone the city around the main post office. they held another rally in front of the facility yesterday. they want to block the sale of the most office. they are hoping to rezone the land so it is not sold to public interest. >> we ask people to come out
since late in july. they are still coming out and still supporting it. >> one demonstrator accused the postal service of corruption. >> it is only a week and a half before the bart cooling off period ends. >> they will go back to the main sticking points of salary and benefits this week. >> the cooling off period ends but with workers going on strike if no deal is met on the 11th. >> people who drive electric. low he emission vehicles. they signed a bill that will let you drive those types of cars until january 1st. 2019. that is extension of a previous bill which would have expired in two years. brown called it a reaffirmation of the state's commitment to an electric vehicle future. >> beginning today. the airport will close one of its run ways. and this is expected to continue every sunday through
october 21st. the closure is for runway safety improvement work. >> time now is 7:36. we will go to rosemary. with a look at how the weather is changing outside. >> it is still going to be a nice day. we have two stories to tell when it comes to the weather. we will show you a live view of mount diablo and the sun coming from the east. isn't that a beautiful shot. midlevel clouds in the forecast. outside our doors we have low clouds and fog. and when i say tale of two stories, look at this line right here. we have got clear skies if you are south of this line. mostly clear conditions. including half moon bay. and including san jose s and we have got mostly cloudy skies over parts of the north bay and oakland. and hayward. and that is where the line ends. to the north of us, we have rain. it is moving this way and for the second half of the afternoon. few possibilities of hit and
miss showers. if you are south of the golden gate. and partly cloudy cloudy skies. not as warm as yesterday. here is look at the system. all the energy praised right about here and going to stay right about here. >> it is going to sag south. and tomorrow we will have a repeat with few springles in had the forecast. where you may need the umbrella. and keep it handy. santa rosa, napa and down into san rafael if you are here today. you have a nice day in san rafael with partly cloudy cloudy. 50 degrees. that's the other big story with the cloud cover in place. moisture moving in. we were not as chilly as yesterday morning. fairfield and santa rosa, we are warmer than where we were. >> low 70s. for san rafael and 67 for sausalito. still a nice day. if you catch a few sprinkles. nice day to play in the water.
77 in daly city. and for bless tant ton. and low -- pleasantton. and further south you go, you will not have any, any possibility of getting the showers. >> 78 in san jose. # seven in saratoga. and santa cruz starting out with beautiful skies. and 77 in san francisco. partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 60s. along the coast. extended forecast. looking at what you can expect for today and into tomorrow. temperatures will cool a bit more. tomorrow is one of the coolest days. mostly sunny skies. and they begin to rebound. we are back into the 80s. for inland cities. and around the bay. >> mid- to upper 60s. for the coast. i expect -- i will show you how much rain will be coming up. america's cup may be in the
works as the winner larry ellison will get to decide the location of the next race. >> look into a new proposal to bring the city back. >> they have 90 days to make an offer. >> mayor lee is planning a big city hall celebration for team usa, no word yet though on a date. >> who will the oakland as face after a loss in seattle. >> they will take on detroit tigers. they he will play detroit in the american league series. >> they won three games to two. and tickets are still available. >> here is a look at how the divisional series will play out. as will play one and two at home. the series then shifts to detroit for a monday game. if future games are necessary. tuesday in detroit and then back in oakland. the times of the gameses have not been sent. hunter pence will be staying with the san francisco giants.
they have agreed to a tentative $90 million contract. formal announcement of the deal is expected today. >> this is the willie mack's award and this is what led to a championship last year. all right. lots of people are going to be retching for a free cup of java. and they are offering free coffee to celebrate. dunkin' donuts is offering a free doe mutt nut. and they are also offering deals. >> new information in the death of 19 firefighters in arizona. details on a new report and the role radio communication may have played. >> high school students are ready for college. latest sat scores are not adding up. >> first, a live look out. >> 880 in oakland nor the coliseum. >> they are hosting the redskins tonight.
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violence has been increasing in recent months under mining efforts by the prime minister to hold peace talks with the taliban. they are continuing to honor victims at a kenya shopping mall. a candlelight vigil was held outside the ruins of what used to be the mall in nairobi. mourners say their peaceful community will never be the same. >> to pay for this. and the families to give them strength. and we are to pray, to rest their souls in peace. dozens of shopper resist still missing and presumed dead. surrivers are angry when the kenyan government was warned a year ago that the terrorist group was planning something major. >> they have reissued a travel advisory because of the continuing threat of terrorism. chuck hagel through to
south korea for talks about the security in the rim. south korea's armed forces in 2016 and seoul has formally extended a threat on north korea. hagel will spend several days before meeting with john kerry in japan. we have a follow up to a story. it is the release of details into the arizona wildfire that killed 19 firefighters in june. the report found no indication of negligence or improper behavior by the firefighters. an independent team from florida conducted the review. they say they believe the fire circled the fire crew too fast. cutting off their escape route and forcing them to take shelter in a box canyon where they tried to deploy fire shelters. >> frustration and overcoming sense of lost fills the meeting with the families and actually for us as we were there to try
to respond to their questions. the report indicated the fire reached 2,000 degrees. they didn't blame anyone for the deaths. they found inadequate radio communication. fire chief lost communication for 30 minutes and didn't receive information on what the crews were doing. >> they are mourning the death of one of their own. mark urbandied after his parachute failed to deploy. he had been with the department for 11 years. >> they said he was an experienced parachutist and he was good at what he did. >> he was one of the senior jumpers who had helped train rookies when we have rookie training. he is very well-respectedded. and he is going to be missed. it isle still unknown when went wrong during the jump. the investigation into the cause of the accident could take months. ongoing gun violence has
left families copying with the -- coping with the death of a loved one. they came together for a candlelight vigil for those who have died. the cook county state attorney said remembering what happened to the victims is very important. >> we understand that each and every life has a value beyond all measures and the pain of one violent death is much too much to bear. >> chicago has been called the murder capital of the nation. according to the fbi. there were more than 500 homicides last year and 340 have been killed so far this year. >> phases of the bp oil trial begins tomorrow. >> this is what they did to stop the flow of trial after the 2010 spill. how much oil zed into the ocean. >> bp is fighting claims that it was grocery negligence. and they knew a spill was
possible. and was not prepared. bp is facing a pollution vine of up to $18 billion. >> shows the majority wants to put the brakes on high-speed rail. >> los angeles time poll found the project should be halted. >> they want to move it forward and from los angeles to san francisco is slated to cost $8 billion and found 70% of respondents want another chance to vote on the issue. that is up from 55% last year. >> latest batch of sat scores. most high school students are not ready for college. released by the college board. 57% of seniors are not ready for college level work. they scored best on the math portion. then reading comprehension and then writing. the ones with the best scores take ap classes and are in the top 10% of their class. >> halloween a little more than
a month away. >> they are looking forward to scaring up big business. >> they expect the average customer will spend 75 bucks on costumes. candy and decorations this year. >> it said 330 million-dollars will be spent on costumes for pets. >> one change is more age appropriate costumes for girls. and with higher necklines. >> they are already being minted to mark this. >> they are being produced to mark a royal kristening. >> they were approved by the parents and the queen elizabeth. that is the only way it will take part in the ceremony. and will be released after the christening. >> big news from the land of troy. >> what happened to lane kiffin. >> cloudier, cool are day for your afternoon. for so many, the slight
. we are following developing news for you in livermore. this alert is now in effect. it is northwest of the livermore exit. three lanes are closed. a chp car out there hut barrels and crews are trying to clean up the roadways. assistant is a problem. and fire is making some progress. it is unclear when it will reopen. this is for portland, and they were left without power. strong wind and rain were responsible for trapping drivers and downed power lines. they left 17,000 customers in the dark. crews are still working to restore power to all those
affected. the ducks will take advantage and with the swing pattern. look at the wide receiver's block. 27-0 after one. and scored all over the place including the 75-yard punt return. goes right, goes left, goes straight, goes fast. cal loses and stanford, washington state. coach excited about the opportunity and raising the roof. maybe he is calling the play, who knows. >> hogan firing down the middle. and with the grab and the 72-yard touchdown. he wants more and hogan. all day in the pocket. it was 17-2 at the half. they put points on the board. and quarterback connor hall daw floats one up and brings it back for the touchdown.
stanford wins this. >> 55-17. former head coach lane kiffin is out of work. usc fired him. last night. kiffin was hired in 2010 and called it his dream job. he had a 28-15 record. and difficult fin was just 31 years old when al davis hired him as raider's head coach. he was dumped after 20 games. with little help from a friend. this is now the blind football announcer. >> first down. >> first down, warriors. >> i try to get across what i would need to know if i were there in the stadium: the judge played football before losing his sight to a tumor. he is now the regular announcer at regular football games with the help of his long time friend thomas patterson. >> it is satisfying to my when people down there don't know.
that means we are doing it right. >> two years ago judge holten was invited to call a championship game. that put more pressure on him than a day in court. alex rodriguez is thanking a 1-year-old boy for returning hills ball. he hit the grand slam on september 20th. that was his fourth career grand slam. >> and the ball was scooped up by steven geisslehe r junior. the security guard took the boy and his father to a private room. he gave him an autographed bat and baseball in exchange for the ball. we will head to most marry. we have temperatures we are looking at and some green. >> on the screen, yes. >> green on the screen. >> especially areas like oregon and washington. >> you heard mike, a moment ago. >> rain is falling since yesterday. we are getting the tail en.
you can see it here. >> the clouds are rolling over the bay area. >> we had some in the afternoon hours. and here is another round. >> slight chance will romaine over the north bay. and the rest of us will be partly cloudy. and we will take a temperature drop. five to 10 degrees cooler than what we had yesterday afternoon. >> here you go. >> upper 70s. some of the inland cities. >> low 70s. around the bay and the coast. because of the clouds. not as cool. widespread 50s to 60 degrees. we had the chance over the north bay and lasting the entire day. >> by 10:00 a.m. and low 60s to 70s. expected for your lunch hour. >> to get into tomorrow. the pattern will stick around and temperatures will continue to cool. we are drying out by tuesday. they take a slow rebound. back into the low 80s t and upper 70s. around the bay. back to the desk. this is the last day of an
auction involving what some people call a piece of automobile history. >> about 20,000 people. look at the crowd of they were all in a muddy field in nebraska because they were checking out one of the country's largest collection of vintage chevies. 500 cars were on display. they dated back to the 50s and 60s. they were restored in a chevy dealer who only believed in selling the latest models. now, some of them have sold for $200,000. >> people can bid in person. or if you don't want to head to nebraska today. you can bid on line. late night fire sparks up inside a home. he was inside when it started. after a giant's game. they return to at&t park today. his plea to fans showing up in today's game.
healthcare law making the shut down a strong possibility. >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on two. >> good morning, welcome to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. >> good morning. i am mike mibach. last day in september. and good morning, rosemary. >> good morning. nice day for you and here is the north bay. here is the system. this is where the bulk of the rain will remain. here at home. we do have clouds. we are going to be clipped with the tail end of the system. that's why i think the possibility of the rain will stay over the north bay. we will see partly cloudy skies roll passed and the temperatures will be falling because of the system. now, with the clouds overhead. we are warming. >> we will have a look at the current conditions and what you can expect for the afternoon. i will show you that with the possibility of rain coming up. call for help from the
family of a los angeles dodger fan stabbed to death in san francisco. today's, relatives are heading back to the ballpark to look for answers. they are heading back with one father's public plea. alley? -- allie? >> reporter: he thinks there are fans that may have more information, along with the mother and brother, they plan to have a news conference here at at&t park. they will ask anyone who has cellphone pictures or video of the fight that ended denver's life to turn over the information and the evidence to police. a dodger fan was in town for the giants. dodger game. there was an altercation that happened between denver and his friends. and denver was stabbed to death. six blocks away from the ballpark. >> prosecutors say they didn't have enough evidence to charge the man with killing denver, with that crime.
here is michael montgomery. he is back home in lodi. they didn't speak to the media on camera. but his mother told the stockton record newspaper that she believes he acted in self-defense. this is the quote. he is reveally relieved and at the same time messed up about what happened. what he did. what he saw. how can you get it out of your head. it is traumatizing. he is relieved he is not in jail. he doesn't think it is over because it is not over. now the family of jonathan denver thinks it isn't over. they want him charged with a crime and they will be having a press conference to make a public plea to giants' fans to turn over any evidence they may have to the police. >> i asked them exactly what time they are having the press conference. it could be as early as 10:00 a.m. as late as noon. we are waiting to hear back from them. >> they will be back out here
again today. the giant's fans heading into the stadium. allie. ktvu. this is banyan way and sycamore drive at 10:00 last night. the men were shot multiple times. 24-year-old man from oakland died from his injuries. a man from sasoon is being treed at the hospital. in the south bay, a man is in critcal condition after being rescued from a ravine. the firefighters called rescue crews to rescue a man who is stuck in a ravine in ridge month drive in easts san jose. the man was taken to the hospital with major injuries. it is not clear how he ended up in the ravine. >> a quater may be charged with starting a fire at an abandoned
home. firefighters say a squatter was inside the building. they don't know howe the fire actually started. they say this is not the first fire they responded to at that location. now, to our continuing coverage of the budget battle in washington. some analysts say. it is more likely than ever to be a government shut down. they push through a spending plan early that would delay the healthcare law for a year and repeal its tax on medical devices. the bill prompted heated exchanges on the floor between the two parties. it is not like he said there are no negotiations. he will negotiate with foreign dip -- dictators before he will negotiate with us. >> the house republicans are shutting counsel the government. they are doing it intentionally. they are doing it on purpose. mr. speaker, the house is not in order.
>> they have insisted any changes is a deal breaker. the senate has no plans to meet until tomorrow morning if no agreement is reached. the shut down begins tomorrow night 9:00 p.m. pacific time. one effected by the shut down will be the military. they could be furloughed. defense secretary chuck hagel criticized congress and threatening to shut down the government to satisfy a political whim is irresponsible and short-sighted. it could even delay the pay to troops in afghanistan. well the house of representatives in a 384-7 vote. lawmakers approved a bill strengthening security at american embassies. they say the support of embassies was a threat to them worldwide. the bill funds operations next year and more expensive
contracts regarding overseas posts. >> there will be a 156 marines to the 12 is hundred currently protecting embassies and conflicts. >> in mountain view. they are getting ready for a short rave at the amphitheater. >> the airport called beyond wonderland. it is calling them and drawing attention of the law enforcement. and they are warning about club drugs like molly. they are cautioning fans to take care of each other. >> take care of him. okay. >> yes. >> no drinking in public. >> a lot of people come here to have a sober and healthy good time. we try to encourage that. >> we did check in with mountain view police. there are no major incidents at last night's rave. >> it goes from one to 2:00 p.m.
>> we will head on to rosemary. >> how it is shaping up a day -- shaping up today. if you are headed to the north bay. keep the umbrella handy. it shouldn't be a huge event. maybe a passing light shower. >> areas south of i-80, temperatures will be falling in the afternoon. and outside of that. this is the noticeable change taking place. >> remember all the sunshine, that since changed. if you are sunny now. areas like the south bay and inland east boy. these clouds are my greating south. and you will turn partly cloudy and sunny here. >> but we can't. we would be remiss if we do not talk about the system here. this is a bit of rain and northern california and into the sierra. >> it is windy there today. and plus. this is a very warm storm.
i don't expect it to impact the passes in the way of snow. >> no rain. but there are a few sprinkles north of us we may have a few springles falling. this is all we are seeing. and the cutoff loin at hayward or so on the eastbound side and into the south bay. mostly clear as well. those are going to continue to shift to the south. again, in the next hour or so, san jose will be turning partly cloudy or partly sunny. >> i move this through the afternoon. we are mostly cloudy. and mostly sunny along the south bay into the afternoon. >> faux sprinkles pa perhaps. >> we are at 11:00 tonight. there is the time starch. weigh haven't seen it move ale whole lot. these clouds are moist. and could see a few sprinkles and far out south to san rafael
and get it going tomorrow morning we are in the same pattern. we may see showers for the morning drive tomorrow. few 100ths. expected ever over the south bay. now, outside. because of all the clouds. >> 59 degrees in concord. 57 in san francisco. these temperatures, a lot warmer than where we started yesterday. we had sunk into the 40s. yesterday morning and some places like santa rosa. is fairfield. it was chilly one for you. relatively mild. we don't have much sunshine. >> 70 in san rafael. and sausalito. and 74 in castor valley. upper 80s. if you have an afternoon soccer game. it is going to feel nice. >> 77 in saratoga. and in santa cruz s on for the afternoon.
redwood city. andsome amand in san francisco, mid 60s of the at game time. extended forecast here. >> unsettle thed weather today and tomorrow. >> temperatures cool. and we are drying out. >> tuesday. 13 he had. back into the 80s. and upper 60s. along the coast. >> i will have the sublunchtime numbers coming up. >> there are cob flicting reports whether terrell prior will start against the it washington of redskins. >> this is after he sustained a concussion in last monday night's concussion. and precautionary tests, he would play today. >> but there are other reports that have pryor starting in the game. >> mean wheel while, the raiderses have to change the play game. and that is because of the as playoff schedule. if they play in an early game
on saturday. they he can keep the 1:25 start. if they play the night game. they won't be able to play until 8:30. >> that is the less west coast time. we will be ending at 9:00 this morninging to bring you nfl on fox. >> then stay tuned tore the seattle game and we will be switching over to the merchandise and raiders. and then point after show. >> solar panels may be a friend to the environment. but they can be a hazard to firefighters. coming up in a story on two. why the panels could cost you your home. >> new police force is on duty in haiti. and they were haired to protect a certain group of individuals.
. welcome back. good morning to you. live look there. and that is the hills this morning. >> partly cloudy skies in the forecast. temperatures ranking the 70s to near 80 degrees. >> we are following developing news from india. radio operations have been called off in the four story building in mumbai. a man was pulled back from the wreckage yesterday. >> 60 others were killed when the apartment building collapsed on friday. poor construction could have led to the collapse. more than 100 people have died
in mumbai between april and june. haiti has hired new police officers trained for one specific purpose. the newly formed force will be response for protecting tourists to visit the country. it is in an effort to rebuild the tourist industry since the either cake in 2010. they hope this will encourage people to return and make it a popular destination spot. >> they will come more and spend more money. more money for the country and more money for the people, the citizens. >> they are being test history and and tour tourist resorts and be available for tourists. >> they flew to south core reand the pacific rim. they are going to relinquish wartime control. 60 years after a truce ended the core reran war. but seoul has informally
discussed an extension. they will spend several days in south korea before meeting up with john kerry in japan. habitat for humanity is celebrating its 30th anniversary. volume unders in north carolina pounded beams and nails to build a house and mark the 30th anniversary. habitat for humanity has built or repaired 600,000 home and served more than 3 million people world wide. they blame poor workmanship on a southwest flight two years ago. it was on the way from phoenix to san francisco. air rushed into the cabin. they were forced to make an emergency landing. now a new report, the panels were misaligned when the boeing 737 was originally assemble
dollars. many rivet holes were drilled incorrectly. more trouble for the dreamliner. norwegian air shuttle is the latest to grounds the 787. >> it is running know glitches with the plane and they want to examine the problem. >> norwegian is planning a new nonstop service to scandinaviaia next spring. >> no word on this this will effect the launch. >> the federal aviation administration will consider a plan to let passengers use smart phones. >> and tablets. and engineers have been setting that issue for years. by testing it against the airport systems. >> it enter is fears with the smoke alular a and others say it could effect the pilot's radio. >> a phone cannot bring down the airplane. that is not the issue. the issue is interferencing
with the airplane and causing more work for the pilot during critical phases of flight. >> in order to be considered, every device would have to be testedded. then they say they would have to monitor which is accepted. and can be used. >> they are emerging how they track through social connections. >> they report that they have been tapping into phone and e-mail data to make so-called social graphs. >> they use them to identify who they travel with. and their location of and other personal information. now it includes americans. the report is based on documents leaked by edward snowden. >> antivirus software pioneer said he has a new way to stop them and it is called detall. he hasn't bill it yet.
>> he will still it less than $100. >> that was husband first public interview since escaping from belize. he is wanted there in questioning and the shooting death of his neighbor. >> two solar panels may be a trend and could pose a serious risk to the firefighters solar panels covered part of the home in piedmont. and some piedmont firefighters say it did make fighting the claims difficult. >> it could cows roofs to collapsed or suffer electric shot. >> they can't be turned off. >> if we fine it to shut off. it still is all the way down to the switch. until they can catch up they need to find reputable installers and also check with the city favor departments for
the recommendations. if you you were disappoint about missing out on the jackpot. now, it is up to $189 million. not bad. no one matched the winning numbers on friday. >> the man in south carolina won the powerball jackpot. tickets for the mega million jack is pot ticket only cost a dollar. if you are in the mood for live entertainment. >> head out to oakland today. it is the third and final day of this festival. they are focused on local and sustainable foods. it starts at 10:30 this morning. it will run through 5:00 tonight. >> it is a classic. >> leather and skin as the the follow some street fair begins later this morning in san
specialist justin may dressed up as the team mascot at a high school football game. he wanted to surprise his brother ryan and his father ronald who is the assistant coach. he finally made the big reveal just moments before the game. >> he had he no idea what was going on. it was amazing. >> his brother joined the tearful reunion. they have not seen him since he left for the tour of duty 11 months ago. >> he wore it a second time. >> hundreds of racers line up. they had a lot of those in their closet and this is the second annual running of the bridesmaid. they did a lap around the boston come mondays to benefit the big sister organization. >> they were then treated to an after party: bridesmaids
dresses and leather will be the attire for choice. you are looking at video from last year's events. they will take place from 11 to six between seven and first streets. a follow some is closed between howard and harrison. this is the 30th year. the street fair has taken place. and if you have gone, or been around, this is the event that usually catches tourists off guard. >> they snap a couple and send them back to the hometowns. >> leather is the clothing of choice or attire of choice. >> if there is any clothing at all. >> we can show sometimes not a lot of leather. >> rosemary, i am sure they are putting in a request for warmer weather. >> you will have a nice day out there. whether you are going to that festival or maybe going to be hanging out at a soccer game.
we have nice weather in store. >> i will say keep the umbrella handy and this is why. >> excuse me. >> you can see over areas. sorry. over the north california. we have a few scattered showers there. >> i put a one hour time lapse on this. you can see how they are moving a little bit farther south. we will have a few sprinkles and this is perhaps the big are story for most of us. >> anywhere from five to 10 degrees cooler than where we were yesterday. >> extented forecast. and few sprinkles possible. and it is a light passing shower. and get it by tomorrow. >> going to linger. >> they will cool and tuesday. we are trying out. and warming up. >> back to 80 degrees by wednesday. and low 80s. on thursday. >> look at the current temperatures coming up. a search for a missing woman
long time dodgers fans will be turning to giants fans for help. allie? >> reporter: the far of jonathan denver thinks they may have cellphone pictures or video. and today, they will be at the ballpark. and they will turn over the new information and the evidence over to police. to help with the investigation. >> now last wednesday. dodger's fan was in town for the game. police say 90 minuteses after the game ended. denver, his friends and giants fans got into some kind of altercation. >> he was stabbed to death 6 feet away from the ballpark. they didn't have enough evidence to charge him with a crime. that is 21-year-old michael montgomery. he is back home with his family in lodi. his family did not speak to the media on camera and his mother
did tell the stockton newspaper that her son acted in self-defense. >> it is traumatizing. i am sure he is relieved he is not in jail. but he adopt think it is over because it is not over. end quote. >> now the family does not think this is over. they would like the investigation of their son's death to result in a charge. and they will be having a press conference out here. asking fans coming in if they have more information or evidence to give it to police to help with the investigation. >> live in san francisco. >> ktvu, news. >> . small fire sparked up in the clubhouse last night it happened at 9:00 p.m. five hours after the game with the padres. it started in or around a drier. >> no word yet on the damage it caused. >> they are looking at the
facility and it started thursday at an exporting company. and in the city of winters. >> it could cost up to $5 million. >> the search is continues for a woman who was last seen at a hospital. >> she had been admitted to the hospital a week ago for a bladder infection. she had become i say oriented a and thought she was on a cruiseship. >> then 15 minutes she disappeared from the hospital room. >> friends are now posting flyers in the area. we are looking for help. friends think she might have tried to walk home. >> we have a link to that at ktvu.com. we have he an update with an attempted robbery of a by
television reporter in san francisco. this is video of the car the suspect was taken to the hospital in. after being shot by the reporter's security guard. >> they have been arrested and identified as armani mcfar land and john woods. both are 19. they troyed to rob john bush, his assigned security guard was shot in the league. and the guard were not hurt. the costa county coroner identified him as tanner. tanner was being purr sighed by police. >> two teenage passengers from concord were critically injured. the car he was driving in was stolen. >> the valley register reports crime went up compared to 2011. however, the numbers are down from a decade ago. now, they are reporting that there is a jump in violent crimes and an increase in
crimes compared to 2011. >> also rescuederred was judy solar panels mop. a dog walker hit by gunfire. both cases are still unsolved. and activistses say the anti snitching culture may be partly to blame. >> get out and say something. >> they turn a blind eye to it. >> it is a playing. it as disease. >> this has taken place. >> only a week and a half before the this ends. >> they were discussing work rules and safety and both will
be back to the bargaining table to talk about the main sticking points and benefitses this week. >> it does end on october 10th. and if there is no deal. they would likely go on strike on the 11th. governor jerry brown has signed a bill that will let you drive those cars in car pool lanes. >> that would have expired. >> it as reaffirmation to an electric vehicle future. >> making its way up to the bay area. >> this is the southern edge of that. and falling over. and northern california. crescent city reporting. here at home. >> we will see a mix of sun and
clouds. >> falling off for the afternoon. and there is a slight chance. and i will show you that in just a moment. >> live look there at the partly sunny skies. and nice start to the day. >> just joining us with the cloud cover over med. >> and a lot warmer than where we were. >> this is the center of the energy. analogy the rain continues to fall. >> it is not going to bring us this rain you see over northern california but the possibility of a few scattered showers and hang around through monday. we will continue to watch it. and we will see scattered showers. and now, you can see. we are looking at mostly cloudy and this is the south bay with the partly cloudy and clear skies. this tips to the south.
and this is the cut off line and then fremont along the east bay. dealing with mostly sunny skies and this is coming your way. >> we get into the afternoon. i am rolling this all through the hours. and few passing showers and the possibility in the north bay and outside of that. >> we will be cooler for the afternoon. >> we get into tomorrow afternoon. notice the pattern sticks with tis and remaining over the north bay. we could see drizzle tomorrow northboundor morning as you get out the door. perhaps around the bay. >> 61 in oakland amle and 59 in napa. and half man bay. >> half moon bay woke up with sunny skies. we are looking at a fairly decent afternoon. low 0s.
with mostly cloudy skies and the central and south bay. >> 77 for danville and livermore. >> low 70s. for oakland if you see the raiders play this afternoon. it is a nice day. >> and along the peninsula for the afternoon. >> palo alto. redwood city. >> san francisco and low 60s. with partly cloudy skies for the coast and extended forecast. >> unsettled weather and that is the coolest on monday as we will. >> drying it out. and warming it back up. >> back into the 80s for the inland cities. bring back america's cup to san francisco may be in the works as the oracle team owner larry ellison will get to decide the loaningcation of the next regatta. he has asked them to look into a new proposal to bring it back. >> they have 90 days to make an offer. and mayor lee is getting a big celebration. and no word no on a date.
>> we now know who the oakland a informs will face first. >> it was decided they will take on the detroit tigers. >> and they are still available. and here is a look at how the divisional series will play out. host game one and two on saturday. the series then shifts to detroit. and if fight tour games are necessary. and back in oakland. the times have still not been set. hunter pence will be staying with the san francisco giantses. they have agreed to a tentative $90 million favor year contract. amount and it is expected today. >> he is a major part of what led san francisco to a world championship last year. new information about high school students and sat scores.
how you can prevent scores from dropping. >> it is packing a punch. >> secret ingredients that parents are being warned about. >> we will take you outside. >> it is a beautiful shot at traffic. and it is rolling and that is the fair. >> no problem though if you are headed to those events from the east bay right now. it is 8:41. this is "mornings on 2".
. partly sunny skies. upper 50s outside your door. >> another 4 inches of rain is forecast after the storm. left thousand see without power and this is bringing down large trees. downed power lines left 17,000 people in the dark. crews right now still working to restore power to all affected customers. they are back on for thousands of people in oakland. and that power went out for 6600 in customers. and that was 8:30 last night. any were knob hill.
and camp hollow. the cause is still under investigation. >> 1700 people lost power before 5:30. they are blaming downed power lines. >> the blast leveled numerous shops and has been increasing in recent months by pakistan's prime minister holding peace talks with the taliban. they are continuing to honor the victims at a kenyan shopping mall. candlelight vigil was held outside what used to be my roby. and 60 -- nairobi. and their peaceful community will never be the same. >> to pray for the families and give them strength. and we have to broadway to rest their souls in peace.
>> dozens of shoppers are still missing and presumed dead. >> they are angry over reports that the kenyan government was warned a year ago that the terror group was planning something major. >> they have reissued an advisory for kenya. >> ongoing gun violence has left a number of growing families with the death of a loved one. they came together for an annual candlelight vigil. the cook county district attorney said it is important to remember what happened to the victims. >> we understand there is a life measure: and one pain is too much to wear. >> interest were 500 homicides. and more than 340 were killed so far this year t. >> we have a follow up to the story. >> following the investigation into the wide fire that killed
19 firefighters in june. no indication of negligence or improper behavior by the firefighters. >> they connected that review. >> and it circled them too fast. en and forcing them to take shelter in a box canyon. >> but, it was too it late. . >> anger, frustration and just overcoming sense of loss. we were there to try to respond to the questions. >> they did not plame anyone. they found there was inadd yacht radio communication for 30 municipals and did not receive information on what the crew was doing. >> lead firefighter is in idaho for one of their own. mark urban was killed after his parachute failed to deploy.
urban had been with the air deployed firefighting program for years. >> he was an experienced parachutist who had taken more than 300 jumps. he have trains the rookies. he is very well-respectedded and going to be missed. >> at this point it is still not clear what went wrong during the jump. this could take months. >> now, this time the focus is on what the company did to stop the flow of oil after the 2010 and how much zed into the ocean. >> they are fighting claims that it was grossly negligent and they knew a spill was possible and was not prepared. they are facing a pollution fine of up to
18 billion-dollars. >> majority of californians want to put a break on the high speed it rail. >> they think the project should be halted. >> 43% want it moved forward. >> that is from san francisco to los angeles. and it is 68 billion-dollars. found that 70% want a chance to vote on the issue. >> that is up from 35% last year. >> latest batch of saturday scores show most high school students are not ready for college. >> 57% of seniors are not ready for college level work. they score san diego best in math. then reading comprehension and then writing. >> they it complete their course worse. >> and they are in the top 10% of their class. >> meaning retailers are looking to scare up big business.
the average customer will spend $75 on costume. candy. and it decorations this year. >> it will be spent solely on costumes for pets. >> one changes more age appropriate cost toms for girls. and higher necklines. >> this made a drug brust t. >> and confiscated bags of candy that they say contain medical marijuana. they inter septembered a package. it did not have a return address and the delivery name listed was a nickname. >> with a little help from a friends. >> blind judge from kentucky is now the first blind football announcer. >> i try to get across what i would need to know if i was there in the stadium. >> he played football when he was younger. and he is now the regular announcer at football games with the help of his long time
friends. >> it is satisfying to me when people down there don't know that this is a blind guy up there. that means we are doing it right. >> two years ago he was invited to call a state championship game and that put more pressure on him than he feels in a day in court. >> they are trying to weather a couple of storms. >> first the rain and then just a slippery mess fumbled. >> there it goes. >> and they score from all over the place and including a 75-yard punt rush. and they take it on his own 25. then he heads on in.
>> now, washington state. >> cited for the game. caught for it. >> raising roof. and he was actually just stalling the play. >> hogan fires down the middle. >> that is the 57-yard touchdown. 2nd quarter, once more. hogan hanging all day. before tossing the score. >> it was 17-#. and also putting points on the board. they have looked back. >> pig announcement on a christening date. but they will mark prince george's date and it is being made. >> it is spreading clouds across the bay and for some. the possibility of a few scattered showers. i will have a look at what you can expect coming up.
the christening. they call this a piece of automobile history. >> they head to a muddy field to check out the largest collections. tear hundred cars are on display and they were stored over the years by a local chevy dealer who believed in selling the latest models. >> some were $200,000. and they could bid in person. or on line. >> they will live life on the edge. >> big ed beckly bid a million dollars to emulate evel knievel's jump. >> he almost died because the rocket booster couldn't help him clear and he is confident he will succeed. >> he bid with the state of idaho to rescued create the jump and he will have to take
out a $10 million liability case just in case. >> makes me wants to do this. >> 8:56. watch rosemary's forecast. you are making a nice day for us, aren't you? >> not too bad. snapshot where the rain is at the moment. we will get a few sprinkles and we will be in and out of clouds. in a nutshell, the shower chance lasting through the sunday afternoon and into the evening hours. >> it is a drop as to what we will see all around. >> outside the tores with the clouds in place. >> and we are starting out warmer. and we are going to be cooler. >> here is a look at what you can expect in and around the hour. >> take a look tore north bay. >> we will be in the upper 60s. >> just inside. as well.
>> low 70s. in oakland and livermore can feel muggy. you will not see any rain. and you could get clouds over head. and that could bring in the fill. >> we are going to he remain in the pattern through monday. >> temperatures will be slightly cooler tomorrow. >> get back to a drewer warmer pattern. and inland communities for the bay. >> thank you, rosemary. >> that's our report for this morning. we do appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> we will bring you more on the next newscast at 6:00. have a great sunday, everyone. go raiders.