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. more than a dozen patients left to fend for themselves. the sheriff is trying to find out who is responsible. more on the simulated emergency scenarios taking place all around the bay area. >> five people shot and what police say happened after a group of friends pulled over to change a flat tire. this is ktvu, "mornings on 2". >> welcome to "mornings on 2",
it is sunday, october 27, i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> rosemary orozco kicks it off this morning. the low clouds and fog back with us this morning because of the blanket of low clouds. off to a warmer start. it will be away from the coast and for some of us it is a notable cool down. i will have the numbers for you. finally, the models are lining up. possibility of rain for tomorrow. i will break it down for you. >> we will have that coming up. one person is dead and four others hurt after a friend stopped to fix a flat tire. it happened before 11 on princeton avenue. >> according to police, four young adults from south san francisco had come to vallejo for a party: it seemed everyone else pulled over to help. a gunman with a white suv and
opened fire. 19-year-old man was killed. and four others in were injured there are still a lot of questions about a nursing home that closed its doors and left patients at the site. >> the care home shut down on thursday. yesterday, 14 people were evacuated. >> allie rasmus is live with the investigation underway. allie? >> reporter: behind us is the care home. they have sheriff's crime scene tape blocking off the entrance. they were out here yesterday evening, the owners could face abuse or neglect charges. the state shut down this business on sunday is. all but three employees left leaving 14 patients to fend for themselves for the next two days. >> sheriff's investigators came yesterday when someone called
911. they were also taking a missing persons report. after one person left the facility and didn't come back. they knew something was wrong. during the time that staff realized something was amiss. they started he is he he is he he go question asen found everyone left on thursday. they were evacuated from the facility yesterday. some of the family members came to gather up their belongings and move. >> they did get a letter from the care home saying that it would shut down. it took a couple of days to find a couple of days for the loved ones to stay. >> the conditions in the home were not great. plumbing and cleanliness issues they say. some staying here had physical and mental disabilities and some were without personal care and highway jean for two days. >> in the front door, they he posted a notice and said it is shut down. all 14 patients have been evacuated. we are working to find out on
"mornings on 2" later this morning, who exactly owns this facility and what the status is and their response to what happened. >> live in castro valley. one police officer is in serious condition. the other officers that were hurt have been treated and released. the suspect. sammy duran is being held on charges of attempted murder and breaking parole. one man who did not want to be identified and recently released from the same jail said he couldn't notice that he was acting strange. >> like, he is in a trance, slumped over. like he is hallucinating. >> according to the former inmate. he is not in the usual jail jump suit. they placed him in suicide clothes. and he is in a special blanket so he doesn't try to hurt himself. >> this is not the first time
he has had a run in with the law. he has several convictions going back to more than a decade. >> assault with a deadly weapon. carjacking and domestic violence. this is the urban shield event. >> please help. >> about 5600 fire and medical personnel came to the bay area for the hands on training. by the time the weekend is over, they will have participated in you different scenarios and not slept for 48 hours. >> it is grueling and it is good training, the best training you will of ever get and it is good for everybody involved. >> well, this is the largest training event. and for the first responders in the nation. one of the most emotional moments wases when police officers from newtown, connecticut shared their experiences from the sandy hook shooting. police have arrested one person and looking for another.
through twitter early this morning, they advised to take shelter and lock the door. >> three men got in a fight and one person was slashed. his injuries are described as nonlife-threatening. >> when he the school gave the all clear, there was no danger to the people on campus. >> stabbed in a home in brooklyn, new york. including four children, one, five, seven, nine. 37-year-old woman was also stabbed to death. they were found dead in the home around 11:00. two of them died at the hospital. one man is taken into custody. he is being called a person of interest. no charges are being filed. happening today, the parents two children killed by a drunk driver are holding a memorial to mark the 10 years since their death. >> troy and alana died while walking with their mother. the driver of the car is still in prison. since the accidents.
bob and carmen have worked for stricter drunk driving laws. the memorial is set for 4:00 in danville. celebrity chef defy is going to testify against a teen who is accused of stealing his lamborghini. >> he toll the $200,000 car. the 19-year-old is facing attempted murder charges. just about a year after the car theft, prosecutors say wade shot at a girl and they are then boyfriend in the valley. wade was upset that the girl had refused to date him. a contractor at the new stadium is due in court on charges of stealing copper wire. 37-year-old vincent latona stole more than a half of the copper wire. he is suspected of stealing from his employer, cupertino electric. >> this is not taken from the
actual site. but he was arrested at the stadium. he is expected to he enter a plea tomorrow in court. all right. time now is 7:07. it is a little chilly in the mornings. and rosemary orozco is going to tell us it will get chillier. we have the low clouds out there the you may have seen the fog and made your way into work and if you have an early morning drive. i am talking about napa advice hibility. and anywhere half a mile. to three quarters of a mile. another 20, 25 minutes before the official sunrise. you may be already able to see the gray over head. >> with the clouds over head. acting as an insulator. and in most cases, take a look at fairfield, the onshore breeze is back. >> it is not going to stop. >> we will continue with the onshore flow and drive the temperatures down. >> that is helping to bring
back marine layers into the area. >> 51 in hayward and walnut creek. starting out partly cloudy to mostly clear. and novato 51. still a cool start. not as cold as we saw just yesterday when we had dipped into the 30s. low clouds making a difference for some. as we get into the morning hour, midmorning, we will see the flip where the low clouds keep us cooler than yesterday. here is the system we will be watching. it is going to take a drop down toward the south. it is going to move right between california and nevada. we are talking a few inches of snow he. all the way to the past level. if you have a drive up over the passes. >> maybe heading to reno for tomorrow. and tuesday day, that is to be aware. and continue to monitor here on ktvu, take a look at the
difference in the temperatures. >> we are going to see anywhere of five to 10 degrees of cooling. >> santa rosa yesterday. you hit 80 degrees or he so. >> 70 for vallejo. and 62 for san francisco. 69 expected in fremont. and in livermore. 60s out in the game today for the raiders. and 74 in morgan hill and i want to get to the extended forecast. we also have the possibility of maybe a few scattered showers coming our way. >> for today, it is partly cloudy by the afternoon. we will remain with low clouds along the coastline. temperatures are going to feel cooler. >> monday, cooler. >> breezy. >> take a look at the numbers. >> this is the upper 50s. and it is going to be a cool, even brisk day for some. >> possibly of showers coming. >> the brunt of the moisture is going to stick to the south. >> show you the future cast in just a moment. >> we begin to turn cloudy and
temperatures are warming back up by tuesday, wednesday. and looking good. >> along the coast. and 70s. from the bay to the inland communities. >> i am going to show you the future cast model and break down the timing of this season. >> this may bring you few scattered showers. construction along 580 may run into closures. it will stretch in tracy all the way to the san joaquin line. they will last from six this morning until 4:00 p.m. cal tran has them working on pavement striking. tracking you and your vehicle. why some say it is time to put little black boxes in your car and how that could effect your tax bill. >> they take on the jaguars. ktvu is there. we will look at the game and the crazy weather headed that way. >> nothing crazy headed there. >> it is halloween week.
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mount etna is europe's tallest and most active volcano. >> it made it look like an ocean. >> winds reported at 60 miles an hour. surfers came out and took advantage of the weather. >> waves were seven and a half feet. wind died down overnight. couple of hours away from kicking off across the pond. joe fonzi has been with the team in london and how fans there are getting swept up in nfl fever. this is london's version of the nfl experience at the super bowl. fans of football are scattered all over europe. this is a chance to unite. >> it is amazing to see all the fans and events. >> my brother first got into green bay packers.
so, i started. >> when the nfl first started on british television in the 80s. me and my brother used to go and throw a rugby ball when we were inspired. our local spot still had nothing else but one green in american football jersey. i was a new york jet from then on. >> it represented in the rally and 49ers had the biggest following. what are you doing here. >> working out here in london. excited about san francisco being out here. >> the first game i watched was the first super bowl the niners won. so i was like 12 years old. i said. all right. that is my team. >> they became fans because of their rich history were rewarded. joe montana made a personal appearance. he shared thoughts about his team in history. >> a lot of red out there. >> that is a hurdle up there. it is a big area for the 49ers. it is great.
part of the reason the nfl is here because of those people out there. >> i didn't expect this many people. they said 30,000. >> that is unbelievable. >> jim harbaugh and other 49ers hit the stage. >> we love you guys. >> heading to wimbley stadium for a walk through. >> jaguars are the home team and it sure felt like a 49er home crowd at the square. stay tuned for ktvu for the complete coverage of the niners game in london. it is set for 10:00 a.m. our time. >> joe fonzi in london. all happening right here on ktvu. hundreds of students will get to watch the raiders up close earlier this year, they caked off a benefit program called first and go kids. it provides free tickets. transportation, meals to
students and their chaperones. today at 1:00. they will get to watch the raiders take on the steelers. it will continue for every home game during the regular season. air force academy has decided to make so help me god optional. the phrase is said at the end of the oath in which dad debts won't swear, lie and cheat and tolerate those who do. >> the group said requiring them to say so help me god is unconstitutional. >> cadets received an e-mail that said they must say it for their commissioning oath to be legal. >> academy leaders responded saying they decided to make the final clause optional in the spirit of making them all true to their beliefs. this is a refinery, something the company has been doing for years. they would allow chevron to
process oil with higher sulphur contest and replace the hydrogen plant. this ended several years ago. they are expected next year. construction could begin in 2015. law enforcement across the bay area are getting ready for halloween by cracking down on drunk drivers. >> this is already early halloween parties. they want to remind those who drink, to have a designated driver or take a cab. >> it is a very big drinking holiday and also, a day where chirp will be walking around. >> several bay area states held checkpoints in concord and santa rosa. new this morning in santa rosa, they arrested one person on suspicion of drunk driving. it is between 8:00 p.m. and three this morning. 400 vehicles went through the checkpoint. five people were cited for driving on a suspended license.
>> heard about black boxes on airplanes. now, they are testing out the idea of putting them inside cars. >> it is proposed as a way to help pay for the country's crumbling highways. >> the government would be able to use the twice to track the number of miles you drive. and then tax you per mile. >> supporters say. it would raise more money than gas taxes. >> they started projects including the company in long beach. it has raised privacy concerns including the civil liberties union. >> trip to the pumpkin patch ends with three children in the hospital. >> what made them sick. and why the owner is still is keeping the pumpkin patch open. >> it is headed toward the bay area. and how it will impact the temperatures today. >> when we may see a little bit of rain.
. medicine cabinets have been cleaned out. yesterday, more than 200 drop off locations were set up alone. the goal of the event is to prevent prescription drug abuse. especially by teenagers who take drugs from the parent's medicine cabinet. if we can reduce the availability of drugs from the kids who might abuse them, we would be very, very happy. >> it is also designed to keep prescriptions from being flushed down the toilet or thrown out in the trash. it can be harmful to the environment. they expect to collect tons of medications in northern california along. they have more clarity about the options under the affordable care act. >> they hosted an educational seminar at the county fair building on ninth avenue. >> the new healthcare law is going to help 6 million californians who don't have health insurance and also,
there is a lot of misinformation about the law. >> it is very, very daunting and especially if you never had healthcare. the options are very, very he complicated. >> this is a warning through a phony website called california.com. this is covered ca.com. >> the state is free of glitches but many users complain it can be slow. the pumpkin patch turned scary because of the health hazard. three children are sick is after being infected with e. coli at a farm in minnesota. they picked it up from the cattle or in the petting zoo. >> everyone should wash their handses after petting any animals. >> any time you are around. you can get e.coli and other infections. >> we feel bad about the families who have had the
cases. >> we hope they heal well. >> she has had hand sanitizer out and will offer a handwashing station come next year. >> 7:24. it is cooler here today. >> we will talk about the niners. >> they are in london. >> we were talking the weather. >> they have the night game and there is a front headed towards them. >> rare storm. heavy rain and winds to about 50 miles an hour. gusting to nearly 80. that is actually very dangerous. that will take down trees and damage buildings. so. yes, that will be dribblesome for them if he moves in and through. >> we are waking up with the low clouds. and visibility is a tough one. >> in and around napa. and santa rosa. and by the afternoon, the low clouds are pulling away. and we will continue to see partly cloudy skies. and did you see all of that?
it rolled pass you. >> we have a little bit of rain. and stop it here in the afternoon. this is the best chance and look at where it is at. >> parts of the south bay ends in monterey. most of us will remain dry with partly cloudy skies. and what we will get on monday, it is out of here by #:00. >> cooler temperatures. >> today, a few degrees cooler for the bay. >> notable change for the inland communities. >> it is a den degree drop from yesterday. >> you will notice cooler air are in place by the afternoon. >> for tomorrow though. >> take a look at the numbers. >> the coast struggling in the 50s. mud 60s inland and it is going to be breezy as well. >> be prepared. and maybe a few chances at scattered showers. >> we get into tuesday, we are done. >> partly cloudy. temperatures rebound and in time for halloween. >> mid-60s in the coast and
. the investigation continues into the castro valley nursing home. >> welcome back to "mornings on 2". i am claudine wong. >> i am mike mibach. >> a group of senator citizens inside a care facility wondering where all the staff went. allie rasmus is live for us covering the investigation into who is responsible for who left. >> this is the community care home in castra valley. >> the nursing home is closed for business is the sign on the door. that is closed since thursday. that's when the health department pulled the license. the problem is just about all the people working here left 14 disabilitied and elderly patients to fend for them he have selves for two -- for themselves for two days.
>> someone called 911 for a lance and they were called to take a missing person's report. after one person left and didn't come back. they are still trying to determine if the crime of and puce or neglect was committed here when the patients were abandoned. >> we are trying to find out who owned the company. what was the responsibilities. what was the department of social service services, what are they going to do. >> we have a lot more questions than answers right now. >> reporter: all 14 were evacuated yesterday. some of the family members showed up to move them. some family members said they did get a letter saying the nursing home was going to shut down. it took rah couple of days to fine a place for the loved ones to stay. none of the patients were injured. but the conditions in the home were not great. >> some plumbing and cleanliness issues. some have mental and physical disabilities and they were
without care and supervision for two days since sheriff's investigators were more. >> we are trying to contact the owner and find out what was wrong and why the license was pulled. allie rasmus, channel 2 news. the city of sunnyvale could crackdown on gun possession and ammunition sales. they will decide on measure c november 5th. if it pass, sunnyvale gun own hers will have to get rid of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. and report within 24 hours. the nra, will file a lawsuit if it ises yes. this happened at 9:30 last night on stokes court near south mcdowell boulevard. a neighbor across the street reported the fire after reporting popping sound and seeing flames near the garage. no one was inside at the time. a family living in the unit
next door made it out safely. the fire caused thousands of dollars of damage. it appears to have been accidental. >> kids in richmond have a new place to play. thanks to the hard work of volunteers. they helped build a new playground near 17th street. >> the playground's design is based on draw text of children who took part in an event in july. >> they say the community involvement was key to making the project happen. >> we find that when the community builds the park that is going to be theirs, it is a sense of own areship and better care of it. and more enduring in terms of maintenance. >> they say the new playground will provide a thousand children in richmond with a safe place to play. >> they were on a picnic area. >> they will drum up interest
in the initial public offering. it will include ceo dick costello and mike gupta, the shares could go on sale on november 7th on the new york stock exchange. they tested it for twitter going public. you are looking at file video of the new york state stock exchange. they did simulate buying and selling orders and running data. the exchange is trying to avoid what nasdaq faced when facebook went public last year. the attack yesterday morning had spam messages in the buffer accounts. they said the hackers did not get passwords. the san francisco based company said to reaccount twitter accounts. no steps are needed for facebook. >> they he are in the top 10 richest cities in the united states. 24/7 wall street, san jose is
number 1 with 1 of the most desired housing markets and largest concentrations of high paying jobs. >> washington d.c. number 2. and san francisco came in at number 4. and boston rounded out the top five. city of napa rounds out the top 10. halloween may not be here yet but trick-or-treat events are creeping in early. this is in san bruno passing out free he candy. at 1:00, the marino center will be hosting a halloween carnival. 6:30 tonight the the academy of science will have soup are natural party with live demonstrations and live music. today is the last day of boo at the zoo. this is video from yesterday at the oakland zoo. it is also being held in san francisco. children are encouraged to wear
costumes and question trick-or-treating. >> this is one of the most popular events of the year. >> anyone in costume gets a free roller coaster ride. wear that costume. >> in terms of weather, i said halloween is here. it is getting colder. >> rosemary orozco, i guess we -- rosemary, we don't have the rain, we shouldn't complain. >> a dry halloween is very important for the young trick-or-treaters. we are going to see nice weather on thursday. between now and then, big changes coming our way. we have a live look over lafayette where the low clouds are back for you. >> it is five to 10 minutes to go depending on where you live. by the afternoon, you will have partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. >> they will be hanging for the
afternoon. this has crossed into the east bay. there is some fog there. visibility is about 4 miles. this is where i am seeing tough visibility. right around santa rosa, napa, half mile to three quarters of a mule. ironically, storm tracker two not picking up on the fog here. we are seeing it a little bit thick. along the coastline, it is gray. half moon bay reporting visibility 5 miles or so. not too thick there. but definitely gray. >> on shore winds are back. i have to point to fairfield through the delta. 21 miles an hour reported. they are helping to bring in the clouds t onshore breeze isn't going to go away and help drive the temperatures down in the afternoon. especially for the inland communities. >> 43 walnut creek. >> temperatures this morning running warmer. 52 in oakland. >> 52 in redwood city napa, no and the outside the
door, -- novato. and bring a sweater. >> temperatures will trend downward. they may pick up as early as this evening. be prepared for that. along the coastline, the winds will begin to blow. you will notice the breeze. >> by tomorrow, partly o mostly cloudy and cold enough to bring it. and if you have driving to do over the sierra, be prepared it could come down to 5,000 feet. meanwhile at home, the chance for a shower. primarily over the south bay, the hills and the higher elevations see a few scattered showers, that is the next pg hit. temperatures running cooler than yesterday. 71 this afternoon for petaluma and for san rafael and in sausalito. still a pleasant day for most. >> 74 in danville, and along the east bay. not as warm as we were
yesterday. >> 70 for san jose and in morgan hill. 69% for santa cruz and we have 69 in palo alto. and low 60s. in san francisco. cloudy and cool at the coast. 50 to 60 degrees. extended forecast here trending down for today. buggest drop will come tomorrow. take a look along the coast. upper 50s. 60s around the bay and inland, the system is going to move out. they begin to rebound as early as tuesday. we were talking about it a few moments ago. it is looking quite nice for halloween. >> low 70s around the bay and inland. again, i will have a look at the rain forecast on the way and see how much and when we could actually get that rain. >> beautiful, thank you, rosemary. game three will be remembered for the wild finish. bottom nine. all tied. one out. here is the final play.
john jay sharp groundser, dustin pedroia drives home. malone napa valley is out. tries to get allen craig. and middle brookes can't make the play. >> he runs home for the win. tripped over milled brooks stumbling home and he actually beat him and he was ruled safe due to obstruction from milled brooks down at third. that is called a walkoff obstruction. whether he interfered with craig at third base doesn't matter. the rule states the base runner has every right to go unobstructed to home plate. cardinals win and take the series lead. you can see the red sox and cardinals go at it again. coverage begins at 5:00. first pitch set tore 5:15. stanford hit the road and folks were ready and waiting. >> hosting the squad.
tyler gaffney, late 2nd quarter, he hits it. and pumps his legs and he gets on board. 7-3 at the half. >> 4th quarter, tight game. >> liking the i formation. i have said it before here on "mornings on 2". you can't tackle what you can't touch. >> untouched on the 32 jaunt into the end zone. he goes for 145 yards. stanford wins. they host oregon at home next. cal bears up in seattle. down 7-0. the bears showing some fight. and finding chris harper in the down end zone. there is guy bishop who is good for the huskies. fast and strong. and ran for 188 yards and two touchdowns in the first half. >> 241 yards for the game. now goes on to lose. >> 0-5 at home. next weekend against arizona. well a group of young athletes in richmond are facing an obstacle that could stop them before they get to the
finish line. >> faster. faster. >> now the children you are looking at belong to the track team of the half steppers. they have been around. it helps students from low income communitys to compete in track and field. they turned for the worse a few years ago, so did the funding. the head coach of the team wasn't able to afford to go to nationals this year. and hoping to raising enough to go this year. >> this is not just a sports team. this is survival skills. teaching them to be good citizens. >> the half step ares produced champions. the first track meet is in early march in richmond. charged with felony assault. they are holding the right operator responsible for an except that injured five people at a state fair. >> on the rise, what the agriculture department is
. welcome back. there is a great start in emoryville. >> eke in the back drop. >> 52 degrees in oakland. then tropical storm sandy restrengthened to a category 1 hurricane after hitting the bahamas. two days later, it hit jersey. it took out the jersey shore and then it was rebuilt and then there was a fire last months. it flooded streets, tunnels and ellis island which will reopen
tomorrow. chelsea clinton is lending a hand in new york neighborhoods that were hardest hit. clinton and thousands of other volunteers will help revitalize in staten island. public memorial is being held for the popular teacher at school. >> landsbury was killed and the shooter turned the gun on himself. he is a former march even. he tried asking a gun and gave students a chance to get away. the memorial is scheduled for next sunday. >> a man tried to bring a loaded rifle on board a plane. he was arrested at john f. kennedy international airport. he treed to bring two handguns onto the flight and painted purple on the gun to cover up
the serial number. rapper jay z is covering up. two people accuse that store of racial profiling. they want to sell a new line next months. they are calling for him to bow out after an african-american college student said undercover officers stopped and questioned her after she bought a $2,500 celine bag at the store. >> i wanted this bag. i deserve this bag. to find out, you know, i am being accused of using someone else's card. >> i just really felt demeaned. >> kayla philips came forward after another student claimed he was racially profiled after buying a $350 belt at barney's. they want damages from the store and the police department. the ceo has issued a policy.
reverend al sharpton is threatening to boycott. >> in an on line statement. jay z said he understandser stood what it felt like to be racially profiled but didn't want to comment until the facts were clear. >> he said it would go to his charity organization. ending the partnership would hurt economically challenged students that would benefit from the deal. they told you here at mornings on two. he ises facing charges. tampering with the ride. and they said more arrests could be on the away -- on the way. >> i am not mad, i am furious. >> ago cute commissioner is furious after donnie harris announced that this man from georgia is now in custody.
three felony accounts connecting him to the ride malfunction. >> this ride was tampered with after the inspection. and critical safety devices were tampered with and compromised. >> this inflamed officials. >> the thought that someone would do something like this, i can't hardly stand it. that's where my patience runs are thin. >> on the busiest day. parents thought twice about putting their children on rides. >> probably won't let them do the really high ones. >> doesn't make a difference. >> but try to be as safe as you can. >> expect more arrests and said this was a isolated interest. the vortex is run by an independent ride contractor and the only ride the company has at the state fair. >> suspect timothy tutaro was the ride operator. >> two of the five people injured on the ride have been released from the hospital.
this claimed the lives of his three young sons. they were five, two, and 4-months-old. the fire started on friday at about 8:00 p.m. in new york. firefighters say the family was using candles for light because the electricity was turned off due to unpaid bills. >> the mother was able to get out safely with the two daughters. >> they are taking this. >> this is as best as i could. one day at a time. >> it took firefighters about 90 minutes to get the fire under control. >> investigators say. they are still trying to find out if the candles were the exact cause. veteran tv actress who gave life to the fourth grade teacher for bart simpson has died. >> that's a lame excuse. >> marsha wallace earned an emmy has teacher edna crepeapple and they will retire
the character are. >> she was also on the new heart -- bob new hart show. she was 70 years olds. the parks work are accused of running over is due back in court tomorrow. there is a status hearing and he entered not guilty pleas to vee he hick already manslaughter charges. he recklessly veered his work truck off a paved path and hit crust teen as she lay sun bathing with her baby and dog. >> he swerve san diego onto the grass to avoid hitting a dog. a new report said this is on the rise. >> a new law is trying to change that. cattle has gone up 72%. >> the agriculture department said that is because of value of cattle has gone up. >> cows can be sold for $1,000 each. >> they cite a new law that fines these up to $5,000. that goes into effect on january 1st. do you or your children
like getting a bit of a scare on halloween. >> a little. >> i think i do, we will he show you award winning haunted houses. >> they are too ashamed to name. they are getting well known for their barbecue. the big name contest they al guy for. i will have the weather timeline for you. by tomorrow, the possibility of a few scattered showers. we will have a look at that as well.
. they are back in the win column. they beat montreal on the road on two goals. the second goal came after the puck bounced strangely off the boards. they would go on to win 2-0. >> goalie niemi leads the league in shut outs and wins. they will kick off the start of basketball season by celebrating with their fans. it starts with noon. and this is the restaurant.
and in the oakland tribune building. they will be there. from two to 3:00. >> there will be a basketball court and main stage as well as music and food. and special children's zone. it will wrap up at 5:00 tonight. >> this barbecue team will compete in the jack daniel's championship invitational barbecue. they call themselves too ashamed to name. they have placed at three different championships. they say the jack daniel's competition will be the most difficult it was it is the most prestigious. >> it is not unusual to see homes decorated for halloween. but one woman gets into the spirit. >> yvonne shirley has decorated her home with thousands of skeletons. and life-sized mummies and tombstones. and she asked theater students to dress up and scare visitors.
>> some come as far away as michigan. indiana and wisconsin. >> it is over the top. >> we have been called the rolls royce of halloween. i love that. very cool. >> she started collecting halloween decorations years ago. and the collection kept getting bigger. >> she put on a big display every year for christmas. >> serve ares in southern california. and the onial it haunted heat hall keen serve competition particularred off. >> they dressed up in costumes to hit the waves. a local had surf shop started the event five years ago. >> i have some friends down there. >> wouldn't be suprised if they participated. >> you have to wonder. standing up on a surf board. >> rosemary is next. she will be dressing up and
hitting the waves. >> we will leave that for bill martin. good morning to you. if you are going to the coast or the beach today. fast ball prepared for the gray sky it is. >> it is going to hunger the entire day. and going to pick up the pumpkin. yes, it is going to be great for you as well. >> what is going on. >> we have the low cloud. and in santa rosa as well as napa. >> if you look really close. >> it looks like parts of the east bay shore line would be partly sunny and they will stick around. and we get into the evening hours. and look at a few sprinkles here. >> seeing some way up over the sierra. >> that is the system dropping in. and going to cool us down first. >> as we get into the evening hours. then by tomorrow morning. we are looking at a few scattered showers. >> i notice the same pattern.
>> few scattered showers. especially up over monterey. and maybe a little bit of drizzle. >> we will stop it here at 1:00. >> most of us are dry. we are picking up a few cells here and to be honest, it looks like it is the higher elevations and maybe over the mountains. >> we will see a pringlele over this. probably, it is going to favor the south bay and over areas over mount hamilton and the santa cruz mountains and maybe a little bit in between. it is athletes to help the deficit we are in for the month of october. >> it will be cooler and we will be breezy. >> it will be, well, short-lived. temperatures get to turn around as early as tuesday and rebounding as early as halloween. >> people are responsible for the castro valley nursing home and abandoning more than a dozen patients. they are still investigating. and planned to search the home.
>> they are in custody on suicide watch. the new details we are learning about his criminal history. memorial today a tragic accident and how two parents are working to keep the memory of their children alive. . good morning and welcome to "mornings on 2". it is sunday, october 27th, i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> look at how the weather is shaping up for the last sunday of october. >> good morning. changes in the forecast. low clouds and fog back with us this morning. crossing over the bay and into the south bay. because of the low clouds, we are off to a warmer start. now that the sun is up. eventually, they will hold the temperatures down for the afternoon. partly cloudy skies and big change with a notable drop and emergency the inland areas today and this is a bigger
transition taking place. cool, breezy tomorrow. few may see scattered showers, i will have the numberses for today coming up. one person died and four others are hurt after a group of friends stopped on a vallejo street to fix a flat tire. it happened before 11 last night on princeton avenue. four car loads of young adults from the san francisco area had come for a party when they were leaving. one car not a flat tire and everyone else pulled over to help. that's when a gunman in a white suv with tinted windows pulled up and opened fire. >> 19-year-old man was killed. and four others are now at the hospital. this is vallejo's 20th homicide. this morning, there are still a lot of questions with a castro valley nursing home there shut it doors and left patients there at the site. >> allie rasmus is there outside the community care home with more of the investigation
underway. allie? >> reporter: this is hmn enterprises. they were to provide hospice car for elderly and disabled residents. they were doing that up until this thursday. there is a sign on the front door that says closed tore business. it lost its license and shut down. the problem is that same day, just about all the caregivers working here left, loafing 14 nursing home residents to fend for themselves. they arrived yesterday after someone in the building called 911. the sheriff's department was also called for a missing person's report. and one person left and didn't come back. they are trying to determine whether the crime of abuse or neglect was committed here. only three employees stayed behind without pay to care for the remaining patients.
>> he did commend them for that. >> exactly why we weren't called a little sooner. at least they did stay to give some life-saving care when it was needed. >> reporter: now, all 14 patients were evacuated from the facility. they went to area hospitals. because the sheriff's office explained. without knowing what kind of care they were receiving, they had to be transported to the hospitals to make sure they got checked out and we were told none of them were seriously injured. >> the conditions in the home would not great. there was some plumbing and cleanliness issues. >> this is called hmn enterprises. we tail want to found out what went wrong here. >> channel 2 news. one police officer is still in serious condition after being shot during friday's standoff. >> others hurt have been treated and released.
>> sammy duran is being held at the jail in charges of attempted murder and braining parole. >> one monday who didn't want to be identified and released from the same jail is said he he couldn't help but notice that he is acting strangely. >> he is like slumped over. like he is hallucinating. >> according to the former inmate, he is not in the usual jail jump site suit. they placed him in suicide clothes so he can't hurt himself. >> this is not the first time he has had a run in with the law. >> he has several convictions going back to 10 years. >> drugs, domestic violence and carjacking. happening today, the parents of two children killed by a drunk driver are holding a memorial to mark 10 years since their death. >> troy and alana died after working with their mother. >> the driver of the car is
still in prison. >> since the incident, they worked for stricter laws and over prescribing drugs. >> the memorial is set for 6:00 in danville. >> celebrity shift is expected to testify. >> this teen was accused of stealing his lamb bioregion any. he broke into a dealership and stole the $200,000 car. the 19-year-old is facing attempted murder charges. >> a year after the that, he shot at a girl and her then boyfriend. wade was upset at the girl that refused to date him. in santa collar are rah, this man is due it in court after being accused of stealing copper wire. he stole more than half a million dollars worth of copper wire going as far back to 2009. >> he is accused of steal
interesting his employer, cupertino electric. he was arrested last week at the stadium. he is expected to enter a plea tomorrow in court. well, today is the last day of training for this year's urban shield event. >> it is everywhere. please help. >> about 5600 police fire and medical personnel come for the training. >> by the time the weekend is over. they will have participated in many scenarios. and many will not have slept for 48 hours. >> it is grueling. >> it is good training. >> the best you will get. >> good for everybody involved. >> this is the largest training event of the first responders in the nation. one of the most em hoaxal moments so far was last night when the police officers from newtown, connecticut shared their experiences from the sandy hook shooting. >> an otter is spotted in lake
merit. >> it is decades suns the last one is seen. >> it could cause bacteria in the lake. and lowest levels in years. >> biologists saw the rougher otter is a sign that the lake is making a comeback. also making a comeback is turning the clocks back. not this weekend. but next weekend. we will turn to rosemary. >> time to turn them back an hour before you go to bed. >> well, we fall forward. >> back. >> he we fall back. >> fall back. >> spring forward. >> thank you. >> brain freeze. >> all good. sunday morning. >> must have been the mishap i had this morning with my clock. >> tell the story. >> i have got one of the old clocks, that didn't walk may up on tomb. we will look outdoors. this is the last weekend before we fall back. giving you a look at san jose, we have cloud and fog. and low cloud stretching into
the east bay k north bay. and santa rosa. and visibility down to half mile. the onshore breeze is back. >> reporting 24 miles an hour. >> little bit stronger than where we were. and reporting 9 miles an hour. >> fairly calm. and this is the first time we have a strong onshore breeze. >> well, several days. >> 44 in walnut creek and around the bay area. >> cloud in place. and by a few degrees in most area. >> 53 in oakland. redwood city. half moon bay. and into the north bay and yesterday, some of us slid into the 30s. >> the low cloud helping us out there. and it is going to feel cool if you are going to the farm are's market. >> this is going south. and ride the border. it is going to bring snow to the sierra. and maybe a sprinkle to the area for your monday. >> picking up here. passing through the bay area.
and perhaps a few clouds. sweeping through. and hopefully help to disturb the low cloud and mabry us a little bit of clearing earlier on. >> it doesn't look like it. we will continue with mostly cloudy skies along the coastline. and into the east bay. we will be partly sunny. >> mid-60s for the afternoon. and they are picking up for the afternoon as well. >> we could turn breezy as we begin with the transportation. and it is working it way closer to us. >> monday is the big day d. >> and for the afternoon. >> 67 in oakland. and 52 for san francisco and hayward. >> we have low 70s. and shift a little bit south. >> in the low 70s for morgan hill and san jose. >> and mid-70s in liver more. along the coast at half moon bay. >> 60 degrees with the second half of the weekend still in
view. >> temperatures dropping off today. a little breezy as we get into monday though. temperatures plug. we have upper 50s. and low to mid-60s. and from the bay inland. >> priesty conditions expected on monday. >> i will have the time line with the future cast model coming up. >> indiana officials say they have been charged with a stabbing on campus. >> through twitter, they advised student answer and staff to lock the room. >> they say three men got into a fight and one party slashed. and his injuries are nonlive threatening. it lasted until when they gave the all clear to no danger to people on campus. this is on the way. officers are preparing for trick-or-treaters that get unruly on the road. >> 49 he evers taking on the jaguars in london.
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man outside the w hotel after getting into an argument. brown is still on probation for assault something his ex-girlfriend rhianna four years ago. this is joe gone fonzoo i who has the abouts assignment ever. the big names who showed up at the rally yesterday. >> reporter: this was london's version of the nfl experience at the duly. super bowl -- at the super bowl. >> fans of american football are scattered all over europe and this is a chance for them to unite. >> it is amazing seeing all the team answer the fans. >> my he brother first got into like green bay packers. >> so i started. when the nfl first started on british television in the 80s. me and my brother would go and
throw the rugby ball around the backyard and we were inspired. and we had nothing else but one green american football jersey. i was a new york jet fan from then on. >> reporter: the 49ers had the biggest following. >> i am from fairfield, california. what are you doing here? >> working out here in london. but i am excited about them being here. this is the first super bowl. and the niners won. so immediately, i was like 12 years old. i said right, that is going to be my team. >> they became 49ers fans and were well rewarded. >> joe montana. and made an appearance. >> a lot of red out there. >> it as hurdle. >> big area for the 49ers. >> it is great. part of the reason the nfl is here. is because of those people out here. >> i didn't expect this many people. they said 30,000 people are
here. >> that is unbelievable. >> jim harbaugh and others hit the statement. >> hello, he we love you guys. it felt like a hometown crowd at trafalgar square. >> these are the police motorcycles. >> jacob shared a shot of a london neighborhood. he shared a picture of joe fonzi, getting ready for husband preview. >> they are following the team for ktvu. stay tuned on ktvu for the complete coverage in london. kickoff time is 10:00 a.m. our time and then sports directors are in the house. it is all happening here on 2. hundreds of students from
the school district will watch the raiders up close. they kicked off a benefit program. first and goal kids. it provide free tickets and transportation. and meals for kids and their chaperones. they will watch them take on the pittsburgh steel ares. >> they will continue for every home game. >> chevron has a new plan to do this. the contra costa times would allow chevron to process oils with higher sulphur content and replace the plant. the plant is said to be different than the one that ended in court. >> environmental reports on the new project are expected next year. >> construction could begin in 2015. >> a day at the pumpkin patch turned scary because of a health hazard. >> three children are sick after being infected with e. coli. they said they picked it up from cattle or goat in the petting zoo. >> everyone should wash their
handses after visiting and petting any animal. >> any time they are around farm animals: you you can get that and other infections. >> we felt bad about the families that have the cases: we hope they heal well. >> she has had hand sanitizer out and she will offer a handwashing station come next year. >> few days away. >> they are getting ready to crackdown on drunk drivers. >> the officers say. it is a busy weekend because of halloween parties like this in pleasant town. >> drink this holiday and have a designated driver or take a cab. >> it is also a day where there will be lots of chin walking around. >> several cities held check points including concord. thank you this morning in
be santa rosa, they arrested one person. >> during a checkpoint last night. >> it was set up between 8:00 p.m. and three this morning. >> 400 vehicles went through the checkpoint. >> five people were also cited for driving on a suspended license. >> you have heard of black boxes on airplanes. now, they are testing the idea tore track your cars. this is a way to pay for the crumb doubling highways. >> the government would be able to uses those devices to track the number of miles you drive. and then tax you per mile. >> supporters say it would raise more than gas taxes. >> they started pilot projects and it has raised privacy concern from many. >> change to the air force academy honor code. now, they have the option of taking out this phrase f. >> from the photo of the kristening of prince george.
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the goal of the event is to prevent prescription drug abuse especially among teenagers. >> if we could reduce the availability of those kids who might abuse them. we would be very, very happy. >> the event is designed to keep prescriptions from being flushed down the toilet or thrown into the trash as they could be harmful to the environment. >> they said they expect to collect close to 20 tons of the medication in california alone. >> they have more clarity under the options of the affordable care act. >> it is hosting an educational seminar on ninth avenue. >> they said the new healthcare law is going to help 6 million californians who don't have health insurance and there is a lot of misinformation about the
law. >> . it is daunting. >> there was a website called cover california doing. the actual one is cover ca.com. the state's website has been free of glitches and may be use errs say it is often too -- users say it is often too slow. they will use the so help me god as optional. the freedom foundation protested that phrase. le and they said it requires cadets to say so help me god is unconstitutional. the cadets received an e-mail that said that they must sea it. >> they he decided to make it optional in the spirit of enabling all cadets to be true to their beliefs. >> the royal family has released a new photo and in it,
you can see the 3-month-old prince smiling back up at his mom, kate, the duchess of cambridge. >> the one he is wearing is worn by every baby born into the royal british family since 1841. >> jason bell took the picture in the morning room. talk about the raiders playing today. and niners in london and also out at candlestick. u.s. women's soccer taking on team new zealand. it should be a good day at the stick. >> good luck to them. we are looking at partly cloudy skies, i would suggest bringing a jacket. we are not as warm as yesterday. i will show you what i mean. five to 10-degree drop from yesterday's highs. it as cooler day. and yesterday, 82. and 72. cooler in concord. and 8 degrees cooler in san jose. and the low cloud and fog. moving all the way into some
areas. close to liver mohr and down into san jose over the north bay and even a little bit of thick fog. >> half mile visibility. we will be mostly sunny away from the coast and most of us. the east bay shore line including oakland may see the possibility of partly cloudy skies into the afternoon there. we want to focus on the possibility of rain coming our way. you will notice a few sprinkles up along the coastline and perhaps over monterey and we get into monday morning. same going on. and maybe a little bit of drizzle over monterey and we work our way through monday afternoon. that remains where the focus of the rain will be. along the coastline and over the santa cruz mountains and into monterey as we get into the second half of the afternoon. >> looks like a few scattered showers and that is going to be about it. i wish we could get a big, big rain event. and bring us a nice dousing,
but that is not going to happen. hit or miss showers and then we are moving out. the bigger change will be the cool down. widespread 60s. 50s along the coast and breezy conditions and mostly cloudy skies. we are moving forward. temperatures rebounding. partly cloudy skies and we are nice in time for halloween. executives on the road trip. the reason this social network needs to race interest in the company. >> last day of boo at the zoo. >> more on the halloween events being held around the bay area.
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. 14 people left ban donedded inside a castro valley nursing home. >> i am mike mibach. >> i am claudine wong. >> abandoned and left to fend for themselves. a grief of senior citizens with most of the staff missing. >> ktvu's allie rasmus is in castro valley where she spoke to sheriff's deputies about the investigation and where they spoke about it. >> a search warrant it was issued here in castro valley. they went through the home gathering evidence for the investigation. the owner of this nursing home is a llc, called hmn enterprises. they have one in oakland and modesto. they have suspended the licenses of those facilities as well. if you look at the front door, it reads closed for business. the facility lost its license on thursday and shut down. the problem is, just about all the caregivers working here
left that day. >> leaving all 14 of the residents to fend for themselves. >> someone in the building called 911 for an ambulance. the sheriff's department was contacted to take a missing person's report after they left the facility and didn't come back. the sheriff's department said the investigation is still going on and they are trying to determine whether the crime of abuse or neglect was committed her when they were abandoned. >> our we wills are starting -- our wheels are starting to turn. what was the responsibility? what was the department of social services, what are they going to do? we have a lot of questions more than answers right now. >> now, all 14 patients were evacuated from the nursing home yesterday. they went to area hospitals and the emt responded and said without knowing what kind of care they had been receiving, they had to go to the hospital to make sure they were receiving the medication and to get checked out. >> none of the patients were
seriously injured. the state health department was located in the facility and the two others owned by the same company for a number of other violations for failing to do background checks here. and for making false statements to regulators and for maintenance and cleanliness problems. the alameda sheriff's department said they are responsible here and could face old are abuse and charges. >> channel 2 news. well the city of sunnyvale could pass a wide ranging gun law on gun possession and ammunition sales. >> this is november 5th and if it pass, sunnyvale gun owners would have to lock up guns at home and get rid of magazines with more than 10 rounds. and if they say yes, they will most likely file a lawsuit. >> now, it is under
investigation. it happened at the 30:00 on stokes court. near south mcdowell boulevard. a neighborhood across the street reported the fire and saw flames coming from the garage. >> they were living in the unit next door. and did make it out safely. >> they caused $1,600 in damage. >> they don't know what started it. and it appears to be accidental. >> they a new place to play. >> 200 people built a background near 17th street. and calinga avenue. >> it is from children who participate a design day in the event in july. they say community involvement was key to making this happen. >> when he the community built the park that is going to be theirs, it creates a sense of ownership and take better care of it. it is more enduring in terms of
maintenance. >> they say the new playground will supply more children. with a sawflies play. they worked on a sand box, picnic area and a pathway. some trick-or-treat events are creeping in early. stores alongsome and san brown no will be passing out -- in san mateo. and san bruno and then they will have a supernatural halloween party with live demonstrations and live music. today is the last day out at the sheriff's office and it is also being held at the san francisco zoo. they are urged to wear costumes and do trick-or-treating out there. this is one of the most popular events at the zoo. and anyone in costume gets a
free roller coaster ride. >> what a nice day to head over to the zoo and spend time outside before the impending maybe rain comes our way. >> a few sprinkles, i think. they come tomorrow. >> maybe in the overnight hours. the bigger change is going to be the notable drop in temperatures. >> today will be fairly nice for the afternoon. we won't be as warm as we were yesterday. by tonight, the breeze will kick up as well. already seeing it and through parts of it. >> i will show you first, a soupy view of san francisco there in the distance. you know someone arriving at sfo, low clouds. causing delays. no surprise there. >> it is arriving for flights. and it is the coast today. inside the bay, we could be cloudy as well on the ground the east bay shoreline. alameda, oakland. and perhaps even hayward. the onshore breeze, the strongests i have seen it in a few days.
so, again we are already begining to sees transition. now, with the low clouds in place and over head. our temperatures are not as cold as we were yesterday morning. >> we will begin to see the flip. and then the low clouds begin to inhibit the warmth of the day. >> 53 in oakland. and in novato and napa. and the north bay. if you are were joining us. >> upper 30s and started the morning. sfo, and half moon bay, mostly gray skies. looking at 51, 52 in livermore. we have a system dropping from the north. it is dropping from canada. a bit more. we are going to toll the difference starting today. the change comes tomorrow. we have the low cloud. fog tomorrow. and by the evening hours, the winds will pick up and overall, it is going to be a cooler day. we get into monday though. >> snow over the mountains.
all the way into 5,000 feet. >> impacting the passes. and for us, the possibility of a few scattered showers. >> it is not a lot. >> it is over the hills. and it is going to favor the south bay. >> most of us not going to see anything. >> cool and breezy. >> for the afternoon today. >> for the skies in the afternoon. >> 65 souse and mid- to upper 60s. for the east bay if you are going to oakland to watch the raiders play. and form the warmest part of the day. >> 70 in morgan hill and along the peninsula. 70 redwood city. and 62 in san francisco. extended forecast is dropping off today. continue to drop off on monday. >> and as we get noon it tuesday. >> it is warming back up into halloween thursday he. mid- to upper 70s. and mid-60s.
for the coast. >> coming up today. they are hitting the road to drum up interest in the upcoming offering. the. >> road show is going to include dick costello. >> mike gupta and it is yet to be officially announced. share cost go on sale on november 7 at the new york stock exchange. >> this is in preparation for twitter going public. look at file video of the stock exchange. >> they have a number of people simulating and buying. and connecting and all of this, in an effort to avoid the technical problems nasdaq faced when facebook went public last year. tell you about a group of young athletes. they could stop them before they even get to the finish line. >> faster. >> faster. >> all of these athletes belong to a track team called the richmond half steppers.
>> that is around. and helps students from he low income communities and when the economy took a turn for the worse, so did funding for the organization. >> the head coach said the team was not able to afford to go to nationals. they are hoping to raise enough to go this year. >> we are not just a sports team. we are teaching survival skills and how to welcome good citizens. >> the half stepper he is have champions. and it is on december 14th. and it is in early march in richmond. >> it as classic and will be remembered for the wild finish. >> let me set the scene for you. >> all stayed at four. second and third. and one out. >> john jay everybody sharp grinder. >> he is out and then he throws it away. >> trying to get him to roll into third. >> trip it is over the bail men. >> and he still stumbles home.
and he is ruled safe due to the obstruction counsel at third. >> that is a walk off obstruction. >> whether or not middle brooks intention ayely interfered. >> later on, the umpire explained. >> he has a right to go unobstructed to home mat. >> they win. 5-4 t. >> can you watch game four between the socks again. right here on ktvu. >> it is scheduled for 5:15. they are hosting a fan event for the war years today. all the details on what you can expect. >> it is a high endepartment store. who is stepping it into the controversy.
. it as cloudy start. mostly sunny skies. away from the coast by the afternoon. temperatures will cool. five to continue degrees for the second half of your day. one year ago today. then tropical storm sandy strengthened to a hurricane one hurricane after hitting the bahamas. two day it is later, hit new jersey t it took out the jersey
shore. which only burned down last month. >> they flooded new york city streets and tunnels and ellis island which finally reopens tomorrow. >> former first daughter chelsea clinton is lenning a hand to those hardest hit. >> clinton and thousands of others are restoring the land. this is a popular math teacher that was shot and killed by a student. >> yesterday, the students held a fundraiser for his family. lansbury was killed by the shooter. he later turned it on himself. >> former marine tried to stop the shooting. and he say that gave other students the chance to get away. >> it is scheduled for next sunday. >> accused of trying to build a loaded rifle may be in court as
soon as today. >> 23-year-old was arrested at jfk, he tried to bring two handguns. two rifles. and round of ammunition onto the flight. >> he tried to cover up the serial numberrage he is facing several end upons. charge it is. >> he has returned to the scene of the fire that claimed the lives of his three young sons. >> they were five, two, and 4-months-old. it started at 8:00 p.m. the family was using it candles for light. because the electricity was turned off due to unpaid bills. >> the mother was able to get out with some of kids. >> taking it as best as i could. >> one day at a time. they are trying to find out if they were the exact cause.
high end new york retailer, barnies. two african-american shoppers accused the store of racial profiling. >> a petition is calling for him to bow out after an african-american college student said undercover officers stopped her and questioned her after she he put a $2,500 celine bag at the store. >> i thought my favorite bag. i wanted this bag. i deserve this bag and then to find out. you know, i am being accused of using someone else was card. >> i just really felt demeaned. she came forward after he bought a belt for 250 at barneys. barney's ceo has issued an apology. >> al sharpton is threatening a boycott n an on line statement,
jay z said he understands what it feels like but he doesn't want to comment until the facts are clear. the profits will go to a charity. he said ending it he prematurely will you would be hurtful to students who will benefit from the deal. we first told you about this fair yesterday. the ride's operator is arrested on suspicion of tampering with the ride after it was inspected. >> timothy tutaro is now facing felony charges. >> five people were hurt when the ride started up again as they were trying to get off. >> just the thought that someone would do something like this. i can't hardly stand it. and that's where my patience runs thin. >> three people are in the hospital with more injuries. more arrests could be made. >> veteran tv actress who gave life to bart simpson's fourth grade teacher has died.
>> that's a lame excuse for an excuse. >> marsha wallace earned an emmy for her work at edna crepeapple. they will retire the character. before becoming animated. she played receptionist car practical castor on the bob new heart show. she was 70 years old and died from complications from breast cancer. p he said he wants to practice medicine again. two years ago conrad murray was found guilty of involume turn tier manslaughter and he provided the drugs that led to the singer's overdose. >> the sentence was reduced to two years because of booed behavior. he filed a petition to try to get his medical license back. well, there is new development involving the women sentenced to life in prison when he she was 16 years old. >> she was convicted of killing
the man she identified as her pimp. >> her case was cited in a fight to allow juveniles to appeal life'ssen tens. >> the state board of parole hering insist that now, she is practice and should be released. >> they will accept the recommendation. and the release date has not been made public. san francisco parks work they're is accused of running over and killing a woman is due back in court tomorrow. there is going to be a status hearing for him. he did enter not guilty pleas to vehicular manslaughter and hit and run charges on wednesday. prosecutors say he veeredded his work truck off a paved bath and he hit her. she lay sun bathing with her baby and dog on september 5th. >> he said he swerved onto the grass to avoid hitting a dog. now, this is on the rise. a new law is aiming to change
that. according to this, cattle theft has done up 22% in the last few years. that's because the valley of cattle has gone up. >> they can be sole. and be governor engineer are you brown signed a new law that fines thieves for stealing cows. and that would go into effect january 1st. the san jose sharks are back in the win column. they beat the montreal canadians yesterday. >> -- month tree al canaduens. and -- canadiens and. they will kick off the start of basketball season by celebrating with their fans. it starts at noon in front of the tribune did tavern restaurant. and in the oakland tribune did billion egg. >> they will he be there from two to three in the afternoon. >> basketball court and main
stage in the street. as well as music and food. and it will wrap up at 5:00 tonight. >> they are ranged. >> which cities made the cut and/or on the list have they it handed. >> this is the haunted house. >> they are looking for a little bit of a good scare. cooler day is shaping up around the bay area. >> i will have a timeline for the showers. who is likely to see the wet stuff coming up.
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. it is not unusual to see homes decorated for halloween. but one woman gets into the spirit. you got to check out this house. >> look at that. >> yvonne shirley has decadedded her homes with skeletons. life-sized mummies and tombstone answer there are people dressed up. she he has theater students from the local high school scare people who come. >> some come from as far away as michigan, indiana and wisconsin. >> it is over the top. we are called the rolls royce of halloween and mini disneyland and i love that. >> shirley said she started collecting halloween decorations with her husband years ago. and the collection keeps getting bigger. she puts on a very big display
ever roy year for christmas. >> some surfers in southern california. >> check out their out fits. >> this is the annual haunted heap halloween surf competition that kicked off yesterday. >> they he dressed up in costumes and hit waves. they started that event five years ago. >> three area bay cities rank as the of best cities in the united states. >> wall street, san jose is number 1 with the most desired housing markets and the largest concentrations of high paying professional jobs in the nation. washington d.c. number 2. >> bridge port, connecticut, number 3. and boston ounced out top five. city of napa rounds out the top 10. barbecue team from san jose has been selected to compete in the world championship invitational barbecue. the husband and wife team calls themselves too ashamed to name.
>> it hit the pair and since then they have been placed at three different championships. >> the p competition is the hardest because it is the most prestigious. respect rosemary has good weather for it, right. we are nice weather in store. and waking up to the low visibility. and temperature it is are cool. upper 40s. to low 50s t not as cold as yesterday. it is because of the cloud cover. the second half of the day, the clouds will inhibit the warming. we have partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 50s. along the coast, up around 60 degrees. inland for the lunch hour. low 60s and around the bay. and mid- to upper 60 informs for the inland communities. shaving off several degrees for the inland communities.
>> livermore 70. and 72 in napa. >> upper 60s for red board city. and the win will had pick up this evening. tomorrow will be the big dramatic change though with temperatures falling into the 60s for the inland communities. cool day, breezy day and possibility of maybe squeezing out a few showers. over the south bay and the hills. >> thank you, rosemary. that is the report for this morning. we appreciate you making this your station for news. they are taking on the steelers right here in oakland. >> go to facebook, twitter. have a wonderful sunday, everyone. i love watching tv outside.
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we are nearly halfway through the journey to super bowl xlviii and everyone is catching fire. >> this is one of the bigger scrums in the national football league. the officials trying to get control. >> come on, boys, play nice. and a who knows what's going to happen next. the chiefs are 7-0. >> the kansas city chiefs are head to 7-0. >> geno smith, a rookie, pulled out a win against tom brady and the patriots. >> he got it! >> the giants finally won a