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oakland. and just when you thought the bart contract between bart unions and management was a done deal another glitch may cause concern. thousands will flood union square today to make one little boy's wish come true. today san francisco transforms into gotham city. and its what highway 24 commuters have been waiting years to hear. what is happening today at the caldecott tunnel. ktvu channel 2 morning news continues. good morning. we take you live to gotham city. little will be a big problem today but batkid will come to the rescue. this is the day we are outside the grand hyatt union square. san francisco transforms into gotham city to help a very special young man live out his dream of being batkid.
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we will check in with claudine wong out there. it is friday, november 15th i'm pam cook. >> holy november, pam. good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. a little chilly in some areas. >> definitely dave and pam. and a very happy friday everybody. we have clear skies. we have lost thing to. well most of it. there may be a patch or two left. the breeze has taken care of it and temperatures have been dropping here. antioch 53. napa at 37. if it wasn't far breeze fairfield and santa rosa would be flirting with the upper 30s as well. it will be a cooler day for many. san francisco high of 62. 44 for san jose. we will go for a high of only 65 today. highs today very cool for friday. cooler i should say. 58 to 68. not the mid 70s we had a couple
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days ago. there is that system that will cower out the fog and usher in cooler conditions. only a patch or two of fog. a lot of 60s here. here is sal. steve, good morning. we are looking at the traffic that is mostly calm out there. there are a lot of people out there already driving somewhere. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. its backed up for a five to ten minute delay before you make it on to the bridge. also we are looking at 880 north and southbound. that traffic is moving along very nicely as you drive through there. there are no major problems. there is a report of a car fire. northbound 87 and some three young men were seen running away from the car fire after it started. according to witnesses. so san jose police and chp are on the way. let's go back to the desk. we are following developing news mismorning. santa clara county sheriffs deputies remain at the scene of a deadly shooting outside of a
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restaurant. it happened just before 10:00 last night on white road. this is in an area of east san jose. deputies found the male victim in the parking lot of the san jose taquria. there are no suspects at this time but since white road is a heavily traveled area, deputies open someone may have seen something. janine de la vega is there on the scene. she will give us an update in 30 minutes. just when you thought the bart contract talks were settled, now there is word of a glitch that may derail the talks that led to the four-day bart strike. ktvu brian flores is joining us live. you are in west oakland where details that the unions say they are not budging. >> reporter: commuters were certainly breathing a sigh of relief when they reached that agreement an the bart strike ended. but now with this language glitch there are signs of a
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possible is another bart strike. when bart board of directors and management saw it there was language in it concerning paid family leave that management says they didn't agree to. that is being reported the issue resolves around how much they will receive under this new contract. the new contract would have given workers six weeks of paid family leave. prior language reportedly would have asked for workers to use sick leave and vacation time first. in any case bart board members say they are investigating while the union says they are not budging. >> they voted on what was presented by the district. the district had the same practice we have. its a complete agreement. we expect the borders -- >> it is under investigation how it ended up in the contract. whether an administrative error or otherwise. we do not know the cause at this time. >> reporter: bart unions have overwhelmingly ratified the
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agreement. we asked bart board members whether this will lead to a strike and they say simply they just don't know. in any ways a closed door session with the bart board is scheduled for this afternoon. live in west oakland brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. meantime new talk of a strike looming at oakland airport by retail and fast food workers that threaten to go on strike during the upcoming holiday season. they protest unfair labor practices by host international. they have been in contract negotiations for the past year. wages and health benefits are the issues. the workers will walk off the job sometime duringth busy thanksgiving to christmas holiday travel season. happening today a dream comes true for a young leukemia patient. the five-year-old boy will be batman for a day with the help of thousands of volunteers. claudine wong is joining us now to tell us how san francisco
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now being transformed into gotham city. claudine. >> reporter: pam, yeah. the buzz around this story has just been unbelievable. this little boy and his wish capturing the hearts of everybody. thousands of strangers signed up to become a part of this today because in just hours it starts all here at the grand hyatt in san francisco as san francisco transforms into gotham city. the reason five-year-old miles. he's from cyst cue county and loves super heros. batman imparticular. we knows what its like to fight tough battles because he's been battling leukemia since he was just a year old. we are happy to say that he is in remission. he's in kindergarten but he had this very important wish to be a super hero for the day. and batman will billion here and this little boy miles will be very, very busy today. now the chief of police in san francisco says look, his
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department does the best they can, but they will take a super heros help any time. >> as you all know as well as anybody i wear a costume daily. so i will be attired as i am right now. i will have my bat watch in the spirit of the day and i will be there to thank batman and batkid for assisting san francisco law enforcement and keeping this city safe. >> reporter: now when we talk about the buzz people have been tweeting all morning long. some people tweeted i have never been so excited for something i haven't been a part of or doesn't directly involve me. i've seen pictures of people tweeting their kids. people have created batman posters. everyone following that atkid. so let's tell you how all of this will go down. its starts at 10:00 this morning where we are. the batkid will take off in a bat mobile and he will be very
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busy. he will rescue a damsel in distress. he will apprehend the riddler. he is going to have lunch. and then thousands will take part in this flash mob. then the penguin gets involved and there will be am little bit of -- there will be little bit of a chase. and then it will end at city hall where the mayor will hold a press conference and he will get a key of the city. it doesn't end until 2:30 so this will be one very happy, very exhausted super hero. everyone is saying we will follow this moment by moment. we will be here all day following the event. really when you talk about thousands that have signed up. the buzz that has been created from this one little boy is pretty amazing. live in san francisco aka gotham city i'm claudine wong. >> thank you. time is 6:08. the long wait for highway 24
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commuters just about over. the ribbon cutting ceremony to open the fourth bore of the caldecott tunnel will be held this afternoon. u.s. transportation secretary anthony fox will be among those attending. the ceremony marks the end of the of a four of year $417 million tunnel project. the new bore is scheduled to open this weekend. but drivers if you are heading between oakland and orinda on highway 24 expect delays during the final hours of this project. crime fighting upgrades coming soon to the palo alto police department. next monday according to the weekly they may approve a camera system that police officers can wear. they will also upgrades in police cars. the goal will be to approve officer training, evidence collection, officer safety as well as accountability. internet and cell phone service has been restored at half-moon bay, pacifica, and other on the coast. late yesterday the sheriffs
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office began receiving complaints for many come cast and verizon customers who said they did not have phone or internet service. late last night crews fixed the fiberoptic cable break that caused the outage. still not clear how many are effected. it may soon be harder to find a place to smoke a cigarette. they are considering banning smoking in single family homes. smoking is already banned in commercial areas, parks, and bus stops, and within 25 feet of any building open to the public. the ordnance would not apply to marijuana or e-cigarettes. time is 6:10. the misery in the philippines caused by the typhoon continues this morning. the new death toll announced a couple hours ago plus from a basketball court to a relief center where some survivors are finding shelter. plus another apology from toronto's mayor.
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this time for comments made on live tv. injury crash in san jose northbound 87 this crash is blocking the two left lanes and traffic is going to be slow in the area. you might want to think of an alternate route. don't have to worry about fog on friday morning. like yesterday. that is not the case. skies are clear but it is cooler. the cooler lows equal cooler afternoon highs; right?
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welcome back. time now 6:13. now to continuing coverage of typhoon haiyan. the philippine government raised the death toll to 3,621. just a couple days ago the philippine president announced it would be closer to 2500. this new number comes from all of the philippine profits hit by the typhoon. there could be as many as 22,000 people missing. and they are getting shelter as they can. some are sleeping on basketball court and in the seats of a basketball court arena. satisfaction is inviting the public to join in the mass to pray for the typhoon victims. a service will be held at 5:00 this evening at the philippine center gallery at 447 sutter street. and there will be a prayer for
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the typhoon and quake that hit in october. they will vote on a bill to allow insurance companies to offer individual policies next year even if they don't meet obama care standards. kyla campbell is in our washington, d.c. newsroom where the vote comes after president obama made a similar announcement. >> reporter: the president is allowing those providers to extends health care policies into next year. we are taking a live look at the house floor where low maker -- lawmakers will vote in 3.5 hours on a republican bill that will do the same thing. but president obama is threating toughie toe the house -- to veto the house bill saying it would allow insurance companies to offer bare bone policies to new enroll lees. providers don't have to go
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along with it. california's insurance commissioner says he is asking cover california to change its regulations so when insurance companies had the treatment to renew the plans that would have been canceled. >> unfortunately neither state nor federal law allow me to stop the cancellations. >> some analysts say president obama's move will destabilize the market meaning your premium cost could go up next year. why some insurance friday veers say they can -- providers say they cannot follow the president isolan. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. time 6:16. new developments in the scandal surrounding toronto mayor rob ford who admitted to smoking crack cocaine. today the city council will try to take away some of mayor ford's power. this is after he apologized for a rude remark he made on tv while denying he made sexual advances on a female staffer. they also accuse the mayor of bringing a woman who appeared
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to be an escort to his offices and asking staffers to buy him alcohol. >> i would never do that. i'm happily married. >> reporter: toronto city council asked mayor ford to take a leap of absence. he refused to do it. he has landed a new reality tv show which he plans to shoot with his brother on monday. here's a story you will see only on 2. stolen cell phones being sold in plain sight in san francisco. ktvu cameras caught several transactions last night and community leaders say cell phone sells a r a growing problem. >> this is what is going on. this is where they come and sell their phones. >> police say am public awareness campaign and patrols are having an impact on the problem. a big win for the golden
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state warriors in the final seconds. they gave a performance that had fans silent for one second and then they were screaming from their seats. >> here it comes. >> less than three seconds andre iguodala hit his biggest shot with the warriors so far and the warriors won. 116-115 over the oklahoma city thunder. look at it again. just like that. warriors are off today. they will be playing the jazz saturday night. 6:1 is the time. let's check in with sal. hopefully no big problem. >> stay up a little late to watch that game. that was one of the best basketball games i've seen in a long time. they kept going back and forth. you know what, there is a problem in san jose. northbound 87 at the kurt never exit. it seems as if there is a crash there. it gets more interesting than that. two left lanes are blocked. no one was injured.
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the car was abandoned. witnesses saw two young men running away from the scene and the vehicle is reported as stolen and now its on fire. they are trying to push it off to the side now that they have put it out. i also want to mention bart and cal train are doing well. inbound subway delays at the west portal station has a problem with one of the train there is. so people are being asked to stand on the outbound platform for service. got that? just cross the street and you will be able to get inbound service. take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. about a five to ten minute delay. also the morning commute is not all that bad if you are driving in san francisco. its up on the freeways. 101 northbound and southbound look good. let's go to steve. thank you, sal. good morning, everybody. yesterday we had the fog. a lot of high clouds. everything has been chewed up. weak system. that is all it takes.
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just ushered in a pretty good breeze. that has wiped out the fog. it has clear skies. and it is colder. i was looking at the santa cruz mountains. i couldn't see any 30s but i found a bunch. a couple around napa. only patchy fog. i should probably take that out there. cooler and breezy. 58 to 68. nice visibility but the breeze will pick up. san rafael being one. 47 to start off. we will go for a high of 66 degrees. it will billion sunny side up but it will be cooler. over all we have clear skies expect for a hint of fog on the san mateo coast. i think that will get wiped out pretty soon. 37 napa airport. 34 up in tahoe. 41 ukiah. tahoe just missed on some of
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that presip. tahoe says cloudy. that is setting the stage for a cooler day for us. some of these temperatures higher clouds are gone. the low clouds have been chewed up as well. it will be a breezy day. not too bad. some of the higher elevations are over about 20-25. so sunny and breezy. only a patch or two of fog. cooler temps. the lows are cooler and the afternoon highs will be as well. a lot of 60s here. there might be a few upper 50th but i didn't pen sell in any 70s that is for sure. 64 oakland. 65 san jose. 64 fremont. 64 san mateo and 61 in daly city. joslin says clear but cold. 62 san francisco. cooler, breezy. another system on saturday and the lows inland will be in the 30s, highs in the upper 50s or very low 60s. a federal judge has thrown
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thrown out a lawsuit against google. google has scanned 20 million books to create the world's largest digital library but the group claims the online library is guilty of copyright infringement. google created a new market for authors and publishers. joseph a. banks dropping its plans to buy the men's warehouse. they called the offer inadequate. new questions this morning about whether the tsa officer killed in the lax shooting cam page might have survived the attack. why it took paramedics so long and for the rescuers to get there before he decided to get medical aid. a veteran put on leave because of the way he signs off on his e-mail. the three words that got him spool trouble -- into trouble. [ male announcer ] you can change your tomorrow
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welcome back to the morning news. 6:25 is the time. the peninsula humane society is offering a $1500 reward for information in a disturbing case of animal cruelty. a good samaritan rescued a pit
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bull puppy that was left for dead. it was found earlier this month. it was barely able to stand. it had been attacked by several dogs. the puppy died of its injuries at the animal shelter. time is 6:25. a military veteran in stockton claims he got in trouble at his job because he used the words good bless america. he's been working at a hospital in stockton for ten years. before that he served 20 years in the army. hawks used the words god bless america in his e-mail signature but now his company is asking him to remove it. >> i believe in america and god so strongly. i believe america needs the blessing. hawk says he was accused of inis a board nation and put on administration leave for three days.
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berkeley park needs a bigger budget if they plan to be well maintained. that is the warning from the parks department. right now they get about $10 million a year in a special tax measure approved by voters in 1997 but scott says costs to take care of the tennis courts, community buildings have increased since then. it is 6:26. a hate crime investigation at a hercules high school. what students are saying about a fight involving a transgender student. we're live in east san jose where sheriffs deputies are trying to track down who is responsible for shooting and killing a man outside of a restaurant. we'll have the latest. good morning. right now we are looking at the commute that is getting a little busy on highway 24 as you head up to the tunnel. you will see traffic moving along okay. a big difference from thursday morning to friday and that is we have lost the fog. it will be cooler today. that system up in the sierra is ushering in cooler temps.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. if you have a little girl, you probably recognize that company name on the right. zulily. they are going public today. they have darling little girls dresses. its a daily deal site. kind of like groupon. they are celebrating their ipo. they are going public today. they had a great year. they went from last year losing $13.6 million to am profit this year for the same time period. so zulily going public and we will keep an eye on that stock today. we will smile and say good morning, to you. thank you for joining us here. it is a friday. i got choked up saying it. its a friday november, 15th i'm dave clark.
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>> good morning, i'm pam cook. i'm fighting a bit of a cold so we are both choked up today. steve i'm blaming the weather. >> we have clear skies and temperatures will be much cooler. not in the lows noticeably cooler. i had a nice tweet from house of yen that says my phone app says 45, my nose says colder than that. it may be colder than that where you are. but the fog which was a big issue yesterday is not this morning. 37 napa airport. 44 officially santa rosa. west santa rosa said 47. 45 san jose. some of the temps are held up by a near fact we have a little bit of a breeze. fridays highs will be 58-60. san francisco i did see a couple upper 40s in the city. but officially right around 50 we will go for a high of only 62 today. and san jose i just saw 45. i think they will make it to 44. their high today only 65
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degrees and that northwest breeze will kick in. little system up in the sierra nevada. that is a reason why our wind picked up. mainly higher elevations. sunny and breezy. only a patch or two of fog. those highs will have your weekend forecast coming up. today a lot of 60s. here is sal. good morning. right now traffic is getting better in some areas. believe it or not. we had some early slow downs and they have gone away. but we might be getting ready for a second wave here. i don't buy its good for the rest of the morning. do you? no. here's a look at 880 north and southbound. if you are driving at the bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic is a little bit slow here at the pay gates. 6:32 let's go back to the desk. we are following developing story in santal clara county this morning -- santa clara county where a man was shot and killed in a parking lot. janine de la vega is at the
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scene. >> the body of the man that was shot in this parking lot on white road was removed in the last hour by the coroner. crime scene investigators are still here gathering evidence. they will be towing away that white toyota camry for evidence. the body was found lying next to it. its unknown if its involved in this crime. at 10:00 last night several people called 911 to report a shooting. when emergency crews arrived they found a man on the ground unconscious in the parking lot of the santa fe taqueria. there were several witnesses in the area and homicide detectives are interviewing them. its unknown what led up to the shooting. >> we are going to find out first of all who this person is. we haven't even -- we are still working on that information. and also what this person was doing here. are they a customer here. were they meeting somebody here. what brings them to this location. >> reporter: sheriffs deputies have not reekerred the weapon
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used in this crime. they do not have any suspects in custody and still developing leads. now white road is a heavily traveled road. so sheriffs deputies are saying if anybody may have witnessed something at 10:00 last night to give them a call. reporting live from san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. there is troubling new information about the lax shooting on november 1st. two law enforcement officers who viewed surveillance footage at the airport say hernandez the tsa officer who was shot and killed bled for 33 minutes before he was wheeled out to paramedics and taken to the hospital. at the time police had not yet declared the terminal was safe to enter. however officers shot and kill -- however officers shot the suspect and took him to the hospital under police custody five minutes after the attack started. time now 6:34. just when you thought the bart contract issue was settled there is word that a glitch may
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derail the contract talks. people are wondering what may happen next. brian flores is joining us live in west oakland and why the unions are saying they are not budging on this. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning. commuters certainly breathing a sigh of relief when the bart strike ended and there was a tentative contract agreement reached but this morning with the word of the language glitch in this contract there are concerns from commuters this morning whether or not there will be a possible bart strike. copies of the contract were signed and ratified by both unions but when bart board of directors and management saw it there was language in it concerning paid family leave that management said they didn't agree to. it resolves -- reinvolves how much paid family leave. the new contract would have given workers at least six weeks of paid family leave. prior language in the contract reportedly was to use sick leave and vacation time first. at any case bart board members say they are investigating the
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language in this contract. the union says they are not budging. >> this is frustrating because this is not the first time they have seen it. you would think they would get their agreements and everything would be solved. it seems like year after year we have these same issues. >> reporter: now gone barts unions have overwhelmingly ratified the agreement and the bart board of directors was set to do the same add its november 21st meeting but with a split its unclear whether that will happen. we asked board members whether there would be a strike or not and they said they don't know. at any case a closed door special session meeting is scheduled for this afternoon in oakland. live in west oakland brian flores. a fight involving a transgender student at hercules high is now being investigated as a hate crime. officials say the fight broke out wednesday afternoon between
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three girls and a transgender student who reported being bullied before that fight. >> there is a lot of hair pulling. hitting. slapping. it was a pretty bad fight. >> district officials are interviewing the four students involved in the fight and say they could be expended or expelled. the school has an aggressive antibullying campaign and students are encouraged to seek out counselors in the health center. time is 6:36. in a couple hours the oakland teenager accused of hate crime charges in the horrifying -- he is due back in court. 16-year-old richard thomas is accused of setting sasha's skirt on fire while they were on a bus in oakland last week. police investigating the attack says thomas has admitted to being homophobic. in the meantime hundreds of people marched through the streets of oakland showing support for sasha flash man.
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they marched and hung rainbow ribbons on light poles. sasha cease father was among the marchers. sasha is doing great. the crab season kicked off just after midnight. this is the first season of the new state mandated crab pot limit. there are now seven permitting tiers that a fisherman qualifies for. based on the pounds of fish they caught. between 2003 and 2008. the most pots a boat can throw out is 5 500.
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i know what you are making for dinner. >> that is right. >> about 100 fishermen casting off into pillar point but they are heading out into blinding conditions. that is because a buoy has malfunctioned and unable to provide basic sea conditions. time is 6:39. robbers ransacked a house in the north bay. >> they went in here. they pulled everything out. >> did they make this mess? >> yeah. >> what the suspects were looking for when they broke into the house with a pregnant mother and two children sleeping inside. and thousands are going to head to san francisco in just hours. social media is on fire and everyone's attention focused on a little boy named miles.
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we'll tell you how san francisco will become gotham city. good morning. right now traffic is doing pretty well all over the bay. but we are getting some slow traffic on highway 4 in the usual spots. well clear skies. at least for most. and temperatures in the 40s for most. but i will tell you almost all the twitter responses are it feels colder than that and it will be cool and breezy today. we'll have your cooler friday forecast.
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happening today the big day has arrived for a young leukemia patient known as batkid. he will be batman for a day with the help of thousands of volunteers. claudine wong is joining us now. she is in the heart of gotham city. >> reporter: yes, good morning. this is a story that makes you feel good. the chance to make this little boy's wish come true. we are at the grand hyatt at union square. this is where it will start in a few hours. and last night up on the roof they had the bat sign up there. it was a pretty cool sight for lots to see. thousands heading to san francisco all for a little boy named miles. i want to tell you about miles. he is just five years old but really everyone started talking about him when they heard about his wish. the wish to be a super hero for
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a day. he knows what it is like to fight. he's been fighting leukemia since he was a year old. we can tell you this morning happily that he is in remission. he's in kindergarten. he is is doing great. and today his dreams come true. we've been talking to a lot of people out here and they are not surprised this has gotten so big. >> i just think its so great that so many people are you know supportive of his wish. and i read it and i thought if i was five years old, that would be so amazing to me. >> reporter: five years old or 90 years old this has something that has people buzzing. social media absolutely on fire. it has been on fire recently. and this morning we are watching as people tweet so many things under the fbatkid. they are wearing bat t sheriff shirts -- t-shirts today. they will be following this all day.
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it will be a busy day. i want to take you through the events of the day to let you know how this is going to happen. it starts at 10:00. when the bat kid takes off from the hotel where we are. gets into the bat mobile and he will go up to hide street where he will rescue a damsel in distress. when the riddler gets involved and the bat kid will go up against the riddler. then he is going to eat and then he will come back to union square where there will be a flash mob. and then the chase will go on with the penguin. i'm sure he will be victorious in that. and then he will head down to city hall. he all get a very special key to the city. back here live at union square again where all of this almost take place. we are pretty excited. pretty good excitement to come here and see this little boy's wish come true. we know he is very busy. we know he has lots of gadgets and surprises they have been working on. one man said hey if i'm not
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wearing a cape out here will i get in trouble? the answer is pretty much yes. yes, you have to get in the spirit. coming up we will show you a map on how all of this will go down. this will be very tired, very happy kid when this day is done. live in san francisco i'm claudine wong ktvu channel 2 news. >> he does have a very busy day. and check this out the san francisco chronicle getting in on the batkid fun. this is a special edition of the gotham city chronicle. the headline batkid saves city. the newspaper features articles by clark kent and lois lane of course. and claudine wong will have more on bastkid's big day in our next half hour. time is 6:46. paying more to cross the golden gate bridge. at a meeting today the bridge board will consider five options for raising the toll to address a budget deficit. tolls could rise by as much as
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$8 by 2018 for drivers without fast track. the final decision not expected until next year. they were tied up and terrorized in santa rosa. a pregnant mother and her two children told ktvu what happened during a frightening home invasion. yesterday morning the family was asleep when three gunmen wearing masks broke down the door. they tied up the wrists and the ankle of the mother who is six months pregnant and the two kids. >> you opened your eyes and see what? >> a guy pointing a gun at my head. >> now reportedly the robbers mistook their house for an illegal pot operation. after stealing some valuables and the boys toy gun, the suspects escaped with a fourth person in a white sedan. the father who was away at work at the time has installed new security at their home.
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word that china is losing its one child policy. under the new rules announced by the rolling communist party couples could have two children if one of the parents is an only child. the labor camps also known as reeducation camps were set up in the 50s to punish critics of the communist party. they could detain people for years without trial. time is 6:48. let's check in with tori campbell to see what is coming up on mornings on 2. >> good morning. coming up in minutes the fight is really heating up between silicon valley and the nsa. what google is now doing in their fight to increase transparency. also cops with cameras. the city of palo alto is considering spending over $300,000 for new system that they say will offer more accountability of their officers behavior. and happening right now these are live pictures of a city council meeting in
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toronto. where they are discussing what to do with their mayor. who has admitted spoking crack cocaine and even though he is facing new allegations, this time of sexual harassment, there is word he is going to try and profit from all this notarity. those stories are new on mornings on 2. now back to you. all right we'll see you then. sal say its getting busier at the toll plaza. >> it is getting busier. although on fridays we don't usually have a huge backup. so we will see that its not as bad as it was on wednesday. if you go to the toll plaza, you will see its backed up for a 50 minute delay. its been worse. but its filled in here. frank northbound 10 -- san francisco northbound 101 looks good. notice how clear our cameras look today? there is not a lot of morning fog. i think we will ask steve is there any fog at all? hold on to that answer. westbound 580 the traffic here
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is a little bit slow as you drive through livermore. now at 6:49. mr. steve paulson. thank you. >> is there any fog at all? >> maybe san mateo coast but i can't find any. all the twitter responses have been okay its 40 something. but it feels colder. so i understand sp weather if you want to tweet me. we do have big difference compared to yesterday. that system right there is really taking care of the fog. so you get rid of the breeze and it wipes it out. winds have died danita -- died down a little bit. lots of 40s. few locations held up by the 50s. san rafael, mark over there says my goodness my temperature dropped to 43. 63 at noon. 66 for a high. this is novato it should say san rafael. i don't know where that came from. trust me i'm trying to use san rafael. that temperature will drop really fast once we get toward
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about 5:00, 6:00. you will notice it today. skies will be clear. that is the good news. not too much of a breeze. novato 12 miles an hour out of the southwest. livermore has an easterly breeze but any way you slice it, it will be a cool, cool day. 30s ands even -- 30s and 40s even up in the sierra nevada. cloudy skies up in tahoe and truckee. temperatures in the 30s. overall it will be dry over. there. clear skies for us. any fog won't last long. kind of breezy to blustery. but that cool air will work its way. we've been unseasonally warm here. sunny and breezy. a patch or two of fog. cooler temps for everybody here on the highs. on the lows. when you combine that with a breeze it will feel very cool for some. one of those days you're in the sun its not bad. you turn and hit that corner
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and go oh my goodness. 65 san jose. 64 in fremont. 60s on the coast in the sky. and much of the peninsula in the mid 60s. we will have a cool breezy day and another system moves in north and east of us but that continues the theme. lows inland 30s around the bay. >> it will be chilly. >> i just got a tweet from the penguin too. i'm a little nervous. [ laughter ] time now 6:52. hundreds of people lined up outside of a san francisco store. why some of them are very tired but happy. why that wait in long lines was worth it. plus the ktvu investigation into food bank donations that ended up for sale at a flea market.
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welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. we are taking you live to the san jose ma theta airport this morning. getting word of an emergency landing there. details just coming in to our newsroom. ktvu janine de la vega is heading over there to find out more information. again you can see certainly very foggy there down at the airport this morning. again an emergency landing. we will get you more information as soon as that becomes available. a bay area company that has almost no direct dealing with
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the public will open up pop stars. they will be able to see, touch, and play with the latest devices. mcdonalds plans to speed up the drive through service by adding a third window to many of the restaurants. customers will pay at the first window if their orders are ready in a few seconds they can pick up their orders. if the order takes longer they will be told to pull up a third window where they won't block the drive through lane. time now 6:56. today is a day a lot of video gamers have been waiting for. yep. now they can buy the new sony play station four. they lined up at stores around the country. including 500 people outside the game stop at san francisco's market street last night. we checked some people who
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bought them last night already have them for sale on e-bay. the price tags up to $2500. 2 investigates thousands of dollars of food meant for needy families up for food at a bay area flea market. ktvu investigation found extra virgin olive oil donated to the stockton food bank for sale at the flea market in oakland. the olive oil was donated by mezzetta foods and loaded on to trucks at its warehouse. >> i was disappointed to hear our product would be at a flea market. >> now the company says it has no idea how the olive oil ended up at a flea market and that the food bank is investigating. selling donated food is not illegal but this can violate irs regulations. coming up next on mornings on 2, breaking news more on that emergency landing at san jose airport happened moments ago. we have a crew heading to the
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scene. also you drivers on highway 24 taking the final morning commute before the big change at the caldecott tunnel.
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. breaking news, an emergency at san jose's manetta airport. it happened moments ago. we're going to talk live to an airport spokesperson. the discovery of a body found at a san jose taco shop. and there are concerns about whether or not a strike could happen again after a glitch in the contract. you'll hear from both sides this morning. and in just hours, it is bat kid to the rescue. the preparations underway right now in san francisco for the make a wish event that has captivated the world. mornings on 2 starts now. complete bay area news coverage, starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2. and good morning, live pictures right now of the san jose manett airport where a commercial


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