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jumped the wall and head on into the suv there. >> the car also hit a big rig and another car. that driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. thomas howard who played with the raiders had just been released by the falcons last week. last night he tweeted he went to a show in san francisco. the crash happened a few miles from his home where workers told us he was still a resident. >> i have never known him to be that type of guy to drive that fast. >> reporter: high school teammate share as spot on the wall of honor at their high school in texas. he said he can't make sense of what happened. >> it is not him. maybe he has lot on his mind. i don't know. >> reporter: investigators are waiting on a toxicology report to know whether or not he was
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driving under the influence. friends tell us he was active in the community in texas and here in the bay area. we are putting that together for 6:00 p.m. eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. the coast guard and police are investigating the death of a crew member aboard a ship. firefighters removed the body at 3:00 p.m. this afternoon from a crane on top of the ship. there is no word if the death was work related. they have yet to examine the body to determine the cause of death. develops news from hayward, a shooting in the past 90 minutes. there may be as many as 3 victims. at this point there are no reports of any death. news chopper 2 was over the scene afterward as police were looking for evidence. we will keep you updated as more details come in. the clouds are moving in and you can see darker skies there. this storm will bring heavy
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trine the bay area and it could also have an impact on the morning commute. >> now to our chief meteorologist bill martin. when do you expect rain? >> that rain will show up in the next few hours and it works its way into our area into the morning commute. into the north bay. rainfall accumulations have been very, very, very light in the north area. i expect that to change. santa rosa. 80 miles away right now. next 12 hours it will start to sag down and it will have an impact on the morning commute. today we will talk about tuesday's rainfall when i come back, the wettest locations and storm number 2. see you back here. >> this rain has officials working to security burned out hillsides. coming up, what a little rain could do if they are not prepared.
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days after a mistake sent b.a.r.t. and the union scrambling it is not clear what will happen next. b.a.r.t. wants the union to renegotiate a provision and many worry another strike would be in our future. ktvu's ken pritchett got an answer from the union. >> reporter: both sides did meet today. not to negotiate but to talk about this. this provision in that contract on family medical leave. b.a.r.t. said it wasn't supposed to be part of the deal. the union said it was always part of the deal and they have the signatures to prove it. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. trains are running today because a deal was reached to end a strike and months of ill- will. now the signed deal hits snag. >> after all this we are going to have more negotiations?
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>> reporter: it is this cause concerning a family memberical leave benefit. b.a.r.t. said it wasn't part of -- medical leave benefit. b.a.r.t. said it wasn't part of the deal. >> someone didn't read it. that is clear. that doesn't relieve anybody of making it right. >> reporter: he said attorneys on both sides reviewed the contract many times. >> for us to get to that point and to vote it, and then moving towards getting it approved and just now bringing it up is astanding. >> reporter: astounding. >> reporter: attorneys are meeting today. as for what the union does now, the union says it is not talking about going back on
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strike. yet. >> yeah. nobody wants that. i don't think nobody wants to do that. or the riders. nobody wants that. >> reporter: again, both sides met today but the union said it is not in negotiations. they feel like they have a deal. b.a.r.t. didn't make additional statements today and the b.a.r.t. board is expected to vote thursday night. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. we know the name of a woman who was killed in san francisco after a fender bender with a gunman. she was killed yesterday morning while sitting in a car parked outside of a nightclub. she would have turned 24 saturday. police say two men backed into the car she was in and when they got out both men in the other car opened fire. she being treated for life threatening injuries.
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authorities are investigating the death of body that was found this morning. these pictures are from news chopper 2. they responded to the scene, there were no other details available. coverage of the deadly storms and tornadoes. towns have been leveled and in illinois six people are dead. some people have started looking for anything left behind from the weather. shanking travis -- shannon travis has the latest. >> reporter: faith and fear on a sunday in washington, illinois. elsewhere in the city a man and his wife held each other in their basement as their home was ripped apart. >> we will be in the hospital. we will walk out of here. completely in the lord's hands.
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there were more disturbing scenes across the region. wild winds. a tornado touched down in an open field. looking from above, damage as far as the eye can see. the tornado had winds of 190 miles per hour according to the national weather service. at least six people died in illinois. >> it is important that we see ourselves as a family. we come together when something very dangerous and difficult and deadly happs -- happens. >> everyone wants to help the victims of the tornadoes. >> reporter: anchors are forced to seek shelter from them. >> i think we -- we may need to take shelter ourselves. >> yes, we do. >> we need to go off the air. we will be back when we can. >> we will be back. >> reporter: 68 tornado
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reports, including indiana, michigan, wisconsin and missouri. hundreds of thousands of people are without power. shannon travis, ktvu channel 2 news. in the philippines the task for recovering the dead goes on 10 days after the typhoon roared through the island. the officials death toll reached 4,000. 1600 people are still missing. it damaged half a million homes and displaced 3 million people. the world bank offered them an emergency load to start rebuilding. t-shirt company is raising money for typhoon relief. they have designed a t-shirt that sells for $9. all of the profits will go to the red cross.
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on our website, we have posted a list of ways that you can help if you want to get involved. find that information under web links. confusion over the affordable care act is turning to outrage. >> to me it is not the affordable care act, it is more the unaffordable care act. >> he and his family will have to pay double what they do now. at 10:00 p.m. we go shopping with the exeperts to show -- experts to show you the best options. tomorrow night on the 10:00 p.m. news. president obama is coming to the bay area for a fundraiser. he will attend it in san
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francisco. tickets for the event range from $1,000 to $15,000. president obama's last bay area visit was in june. the man who lost his 14- year-old son says a google map image makes him feel like the death happened just yesterday. >> new at 5:30 p.m. new developments, and the response from google that they have never given before. >> and latest nap time for a little northern california boy. this is an internet senitation and you can see -- sensation and you can see why. his mom tells us the story of how these pictures have been seen millions of times. >> dangerous combination, burned out hillsides and rain. what officials are doing to prepare for the storm. rain showers in northern california. the time line for tomorrow's
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morning commute when i come back.
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firefighters believe an electric car sparked a house fire. it started in the garage and spread to the second floor. a neighborhood tells ktvu it was a kit car that was the cause of the fire. no one was injured and the family was able to escape. the fire caused $100,000 in damage. authorities are looking for a young at risk man who disappeared from a hospital. 19-year-old eric garcia left the hospital on foothill boulevard last monday and he never returned. he is considered to be at risk due to mental health issues. he knows how to take public transportation and likes to
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visit fisherman's wharf. sales force launched its big event today -- tens of thousands of people are attending the conference at the moscone center. the company will demonstrate a new platform called sales force one. the event runs through thursday. the dow hit a major milestone today. they hit the 16,000 mark and then dropped. the dow is up 14 to 15,976. the nasdaq is up 36 at 3,949. the s&p is up 6 to 1,791. stock markets have been rising all year. continues coverage on the rain headed our way and how it could impact the burned out hillsides. two months since a large fire burned in contra costa county and we could really use some rain but ktvu's john fowler is
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here now and tells us why some are worried about what the rain could do. >> reporter: 3700 burned acres are vulnerable right now. heat killed vegetation in many areas. >> for the people at the base of the mountain it is black. >> reporter: some worry rain will trigger land slides. >> could block the road. access to town. things like that or damage to homes. >> reporter: experts are confident. i spoke with a scientist. >> there will always be soil movement during rain events but we don't anticipate anything major. >> reporter: some slides are inevable. the first -- inevitable. the first storms but crews protected the slopewise an unusual technique. -- slopes with an unusual
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technique. repairing those required something familiar to golfers. a couple days after the fire a light rain helped neurish what survived. >> -- neurish what survived. -- nourish what survived. as long as it brings light rain the scary slopes should stay put. john fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. our chief meteorologist has been in the weather center all afternoon tracking rain. it looks like we are in the just hours now zone. >> we need the rain. the rain coming our way will be significant rain. we could see an inch of rain in some places. maybe two inches in the coastal hills. not happening yet. still north of here.
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we are looking at mostly cloudy skies throughout the bay area and temperatures that are on the down side. lots of 50s. last week, 70s. we had low 80s last week throughout the bay area. much warmer last week than this week. tonight the rain arrives in the incorporate. showers for -- in the north. showers for tuesday. that is good news. nice to get something on wednesday as well. san francisco tomorrow wet all day. showers. morning. showers in the afternoon. showers in the afternoon. that means on the golden gate bridge showers. slow day. your honor how it is in -- you know how it is in the bay area, driving gets sketchy. here is how dry it is been. you know that. the period coming up. chance of rain in the north bay. 11:00 p.m. periods of rain tuesday through
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wednesday and maybe 2 inches of rain in the coastal hills. let's hope for that. most see half inch of rain. 11:00 p.m. tonight showers still a little north of the bay area. maybe sprinkles in the voice aarea. -- santa rosa area. drizzle south. sprinkles south. here we are noon. all the activity north of the golden gate bridge. lunchtime tomorrow. i think there will be moisture. drizzle along the coast. light showers. activity remains north of the golden gate bridge through noon time tomorrow then it changes. 60 in fairfield. mild to cool day tomorrow. umbrellas all day. mostly in the north bay but works its way south. five-day forecast rain and
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showers tuesday and wednesday and then we dry out. that is the five-day forecast. when i come back i will run it through into the afternoon because at this point the afternoon commute has green forecast for that and i will look at the mountains and let you know if there will be snow up there. >> snow? >> yeah. >> thank you. a new mars probe began a journey today. >> three, two, one. main engine start. ignition and lift off. >> it is called the mars atmosphere and volatile evolution and it is loaded with sensors to explore the upper atmosphere. that includes one instruments built at. [ dog at -- built at university of california at berkeley. brand warning of a turkey
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shortage this thanksgiving and police may have a new tool to fight crime. the plan that is about to be discussed. >> julie haener is here now for what we are working on for 6:00 p.m. >> witnesses say a bicyclist was followed and beaten by police. >> i heard my brother scream. >> the allegations that sparked the clash and a bagel shop smeared online after accusations it denied service to a soldier. these stories and much more coming up new at 6:00 p.m. i love watching tv outside.
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the first week day evening commuters are driving through the new fourth bore of the caldecot tunnel. it opened saturday. usually drives are going in the non-commute direction. not anymore. drivers said they are impressed with the wide lanes and lighting. the cost $417 million which is $3 million under budget. a hearing over the legal battle to evict a homeless encampment. they arrested a restraining order against the eviction. verdicts say they last a permanent homeless shelter. no word on the results of the hearing. police may have a new crime
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fighting tools. leaders will decide tonight whether to buy new video cameras. >> the technology we are hoping they approve is the latest, the greatest and the best possible thing to preserve an accurate record of what our officers are doing. >> right now they are using a 7- year-old camera system that includes one camera. however if this system is approved each car will get four cameras which will shoot 360 around the patrol car and small mini cameras mounted on uniforms. that is instrumental in law enforcement. >> an officer having a camera on their person will be more careful about how they proceed and they won't do things that will get them in trouble. >> the upgrade is expected to
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cost $305,000. the city counsel is set to vote on it during their meeting that begins at 6:30 p.m. tonight. a large unfrozen buttle ball turkey may be -- butter ball turkey may be difficult this year. there is a shortage of fresh turkeys. many birds didn't gain enough weight. it is not clear why they didn't fatten up. they expect production will be back to normal by christmas. the government is developing news guidelines for foods like french fries that involve cooking potatoes at high temperatures. it create as chemical and -- create as chemtle that could -- creates a chemical that could
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cause cancer. new developments tonight in a father's fight against google. >> google responds to a father's plea, the request they are fulfilling. >> a 61-year-old woman shot and killed by sheriff's deputies. the outrage over her death and why some say it is what deputies didn't have that killed her. >> imagine robots teaching kids about math, a giant gathering to find better ways for kids to learn about science, math and technology.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m.
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a rare concession from google. this map image is going to be changed after the father of a murder victim spoke about his fight. his son was murdered in 2009 but google maps still shows the scene. google announced they are making an exception and will change that image. ktvu's allie rasmus is live with what you have learned. >> reporter: we spoking to the father of the victim and -- father of the victim and she glad they will take down the picture that brought back a flood of bad memories. >> reporter: in the middle of this picture is the body of 14- year-old kevin barrera that we covered. the teen was shot and killed in 2009. his murder still unsolved but it wasn't till this weekend he realized this picture captured
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the image of his son's body after he was killed. >> you know, all the memories coming back. >> reporter: as ktvu reported yesterday he tried to contact google to get them to remove the image. google called us asking for our help so they could call him and tell him they were taking the picture down. >> report for channel 2 is when they notice and say sorry for what happened. >> reporter: google sent out this statement, our hearts go out to the family. since the media contacted us we have been looking at different solutions. google never accelerated the replacement of imagery before but given the circumstances we wanted to make an exception but the family is still hurting. >> sorry is not all, you know, just to say sorry.
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>> reporter: google will take 8 days to change the picture. while the dredged up the pain he hopes the publicity spurs new interest in his son's murder. >> maybe police, you know, they will do something more, you know, to try to close the case. >> reporter: police say the murder of kevin barrera is still an open and active investigation. the department haven't received any new leads in the case in the past year however they hope now people will be reminded and come forward with new information. allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. commercial airline pilots rely too much on automation is the findings of a new study from the federal aviation administration. it comes four months after the crash landing at sfo. the faa said some are so dependent on automation their
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flying skills prove to be a risk. some rely too much on automated systems. it has been three years since the deadly pg&e -- san bruno pipeline explosion. tonight a committee -- today a committee came to san francisco to question the commitment to safety. ktvu's tom vacar attended the hearing and explains why there is a lot of work that needs to be done. >> reporter: complaints were varied. >> it does not appear they responded to ntsb recommendations with the seriousness. >> the p.u.c. hasn't made a good faith effort in dealing with the issue of safety. >> reporter: c.p.u.c. is tasked with over seeing to avoid the death and destruction
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we saw in 2010. today the answers from the c.p.u.c., we are working on it. >> many recommendations in the report are in the process of being developed. >> the p.u.c. says it doesn't have enough people to over sees the industries they regulate. >> what is the justification that money always solves the problem if it is a culture that hasn't embraced safety. >> reporter: the c.p.u.c. needs more soul searching to carry out the law that mandates safety as their highest priority. >> there is nothing wrong with a regulator having a close working relationship with the regulatey however we need to respect each other's roles and responsibilities. >> reporter: too late for san
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bruno. the lack of over site contributed. >> reporter: hearings will continue and that could lead to changes at the c.p.u.c. tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. a gas pipeline running under san carlos is fueling a controversy. they said the pipeline is safe to operate at full pressure but an engineer says pg&e's records regarding the pipeline are inadequate. pg&e said it met two more recommendations from the national transportation safety board in the wake of the 2010 san bruno -- san bruno pipeline explosion. they arrested their cases today. at issue the amount of money samsung o's apple. and how much business apple
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loss. attorneys will give closing arguments tomorrow and the jury will deliberate at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow afternoon. yahoo is responding to reports about national security agency spying with plans to expand their data encryption. the ceo promised to encrypt all information by the end of march and promised to work with international mail partners to ensure the accounts are encrypted. the national security agency is being allowed to continued to collect telephone records. the petition was filed by the privacy information center. it accused a court of improperly authorizing the government to collect phone records. the two daughters of dick
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cheney have gone public with their disagreement over same- sex same-sex marriage -- marriages. their parents issued a statement saying they regret the disagreement is public. u.s. attorney general eric holder is urging congress to reenact a law featuring plastic, futuristic looking guns. he said they could slip through security. right now there is a law banning them but it expires december 9. a bill has been introduced to extend the law but advocates are vowing to fight it. >> the government has no business knowing who has what gun. whether it is visible or invisible is none of their business. >> a similar bill has been introduced in the house. a 61-year-old woman shot
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and killed by a sheriff's deputy. the woman's husband talks to ktvu about his wife's medical issue and how it is role was in the deadly encounter. >> are taxpayer dollars being wasted on camouflage for u.s. troops? >> and a side effect for taking birth control, how it could effect your sight.
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watch the top center of your screen. this is surveillance video from russia showing the crash of an airliner yesterday. it comes from a security camera. all 50 people aboard died. today is 35 years since the
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jonestown massacre. 900 people include null hundred children -- 200 children committed suicide. it was the largest mass suicide in u.s. history. jones died of a self-inflicted gun shot wound. princeton decided to offer a meningitis vaccine not yet offered in the united states. the centers for disease control and prevention recommended offering a vaccine approved in england and australia but not approved here. the vaccine will be available to under grads and grad students living on the princetle campus and to -- princeton campus and to staff members. new research suggesting
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long term use of birth control pills doubles the risk of glucoma. more studies are needed but women taken the pill should get regular eye exams. there may be answers to come of the questions, we talk to the husband of the woman who was shot. >> a greeting for toronto's mayor. the admitted drug user is defiant about staying on the job and making plans for his future. >> i showed you the rain forecast for tomorrow. when i come back i will have the afternoon commute and how
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a woman was shot and killed nis morning and -- this morning and tonight authorities are looking for the shooter. she was shot several times in the head as she was sitting in her suv. and the shooter may be her former husband or boyfriend.
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she has a child in elementary school and that school was in lock down all day because her child was there. a husband is grieving tonight and demanding a investigation into why his wife was shot and killed by sheriff's deputy. as we reported after the shooting this weekend, the sheriff's department said she came after deputies with a knife. ktvu's robert handa spoke with the woman's husband. >> reporter: we are in the burbank neighborhood where people are trying to come to terms with the shooting death of a woman by a deputy here. her husband refused interviews till now and commented on new information we learned on how and why it happened. >> reporter: family and friends are determined to leave up this display. a display she was known for in the neighborhood, one that sits close to a memorial. she was shot and killed by
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sheriff's deputy saturday morning after she came after after she came after a deputy. >> she was 61 years old. she has ms. >> could it be her condition made her behave in a way that was uncharacteristic? >> yeah. i believe that had a lot to do with it. >> reporter: they are baffled by the deputy's actions. >> how could you not subdue person that old, you know, you should be able to do it with your hands. >> the sheriff's department declined to comment on the investigation but some people in the neighborhood told me she was arguing with her husband. they say she had what looked like a kitchen knife in her hand and there was lot of moving around in the braveway area -- driveway area.
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family and friends demanded to know why deputies didn't use tasers. deputies aren't issued tasers. >> we reevaluate the tools we have. >> reporter: her husband says it is too late now. >> she my soul mate. now i am all alone. >> reporter: investigators expect to release their report within the week. robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. george zimmerman was taken into custody this morning in florida. the sheriff's department released this booking photo. he is accused of pointing a gun at her. the jury acquitted him on murder charges in the shooting death of trayvon martin. he is due back in court
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tomorrow. people expressed their outrage at the toronto mayor this morning. members were debating a plan to strip him of his power over the use of cocaine and he also has strong supporters, including his brother who is on the city counsel. >> after 23 votes the city counsel slashed funding and transferred most important functions to the deputy mayor. he says he has no plans to step down and he will run for reelection next year. okay. our weather now. we have serious weather to discuss. rain is on the way. a storm bearing down on parts of the bay area. >> on a scale of 1-10 this is a 7. we haven't had rain in a while so anything that gets in here the bay area gets wet and
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people drive graphy. tomorrow morning -- goofy. tomorrow morning showers. as the system rolls in we will see rain showers heaviest in the north bay. with snow in the hire location. northern california. and we are looking for temperatures to be not in the 70s, back into the 50s. here is the forecast. tomorrow morning. north bay deal. right? morning commute, the wet roadways. golden gate bridge wet. bay bridge is wet as well. look at the line. right? men lowmenlow park, san jose -- menlow park, san jose. showers moving in for the afternoon commute. is this heavy rain? heavy wind? no. it will be wet. the south bay will get into the
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act in the afternoon commute. numbers suggesting rainfall. north bay inch of rain. north bay hills 2 inches of rain. mountains 2 inches of rain. mostf us tomorrow half -- most of us half inch of rain. heavy rainfall locations great. snow in the mountains as well. above 6,000 feet. maybe 2-6 inches. this is not a big wind event. highs tomorrow, big difference from what we have been seeing. it has been summer out there. not anymore. upper 50s and low 60s. the five-day forecast with your bay area weekend in view is tuesday rain and showers. you saw it, right? morning showers, showers in the afternoon. wednesday the showers keep
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going. lot of moisture pulled in and it could bring another quarter inch. and then we dry out. when i come back we will roll it through wednesday so you can see the round. >> that commute tomorrow will be a nightmare. you get a drizzle -- [ talking at the same time ] >> it is going to be a little drizzle. you know how it goes. slow going tomorrow morning. >> thank you. >> we have adorable images of puppy love gone viral. >> beyond anything i ever dreamed. >> the pictures that captured so many hearts and why she never raised her voice today. >> julie haener is here now for what we are working on for 6:00 p.m. >> bagel shop facing back lash after a negative review.
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the post about a soldier that is prompting angry reactions and why the owner said it is a smear campaign and this video shows her being bullied, the warning she claims the school didn't take serious enough. >> these stories and much more coming up new at 6:00 p.m. i love watching tv outside.
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it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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the military is wasting money on camouflage is what the watch dog agency says. not only do they often not use the same camouflage, sometimes they have several different styles and that is costing 10s of millions of dollars. -- tens of millions dollars. . >> the army says it might drop its new design and adopt the camouflage soldiers are wearing in afghanistan for the entire service. a two day symposium on what teachers can do to bring science it life. thousands packed the convention center. robots were teaching kids about math and students building a bridge from paper.
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it is focusing on science, technology, engineering and math and specifically how to bring those subjects to life for students. >> we are not producing enough engineers and scientists. >> that is powering the wheels. >> some sixth graders were learning about solar powered cars. leaders say these subjects are important to maintain the nation's status as an economic power house. it is so rare when everyone watches video by one of our photographers but that is what happened this afternoon after a ktvu photographer interviewed a mom whose creation went viral. look at real puppy love. >> i am completely flabbergasted. it is beyond anything that i ever dreamed. >> reporter: she doesn't want to disrupt what is a daily
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ritual. millions of people have seen the photos and this afternoon ktvu got to see the real thing. taking their afternoon nap together. she began posting photos of them napping together on her blog. she says the puppy would whine after they adopted him earlier this month. she found putting him with the baby comforted them both. she took pictures, put them on her blog and it spread like crazy. she said what she presenting is opposite of what people are used to seeing. >> there is so much bad news in the world all the time, every day. >> reporter: she says she was so taken by the peacefulness and natural relationship between the baby and the puppy
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she had to share it. >> it is sweet and innocent and lovely and i think people appreciate it. and i appreciate it. [ laughter ] >> reporter: he came from litter of 11 puppies. she is encouraging anyone who is touched by the story to give to the spca or adopt. now at 6:00 p.m. this clash between police and a bicyclist got so ugly three other people intervened. the controversy is sparking. >> high tech is taking the lead. the safety measure google is implementing to try stop the spread of child pornography. >> complaints and a war of words after a woman said her husband was denied service at a bagel shop. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00
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p.m. this fight between undercover police officers, a bicyclist and bystanders is sparking accusations. hello. i am frank somerville. >> and i am julie haener. >> ktvu's david stevenson is live in san francisco where he spoke with neighbors and police about the violent clash. >> the clash at the housing complex is over reasonable versus excessive force and both sides said they have the video to back them up. >> reporter: video shot inside the housing complex shows a confrontation between police and residents. >> i hear my brother scream he couldn't breathe. >> reporter: as an officer holds back a young man a another man rushes up and punched by a plane clothed


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