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if you're just waking up on this tuesday, october 4, i am pam cook. i am dave clark, and let's check on your weather. steve paulson knows everything. >> we are counting on it. >> a little bit of rainfall with thunderstorm activity on sunday, pretty good, and i know that marin county did not that much, but sonoma county did, and a few reports of a half inch of rain. occidental had 42 100s, and bodega bay had 19 100s, and kentfield picking up .03. there are still low clouds around, and mostly sunny on tap later today with most of the rain showing on the north coast, humboldt county and another system at the pacific northwest. 50s on the temperatures, and
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the humidity is holding the temperatures up, 57 campbell and saratoga, and everybody is pretty close in the mid to upper 50s. temperatures today ending up in the 60s and 70s, and after wednesday england temperatures -- inland temperatures will pop up. we are seeing slow traffic to be sure, getting around to the berkeley curve slow traffic and into the bay bridge toll plaza. there will be waiting to do it the toll plaza, 20 to 25 minute delay. looking at the commute where the traffic is going to be busy in the east bay on i-80 80 -- i- 880 and once you get through the dublin interchange, slow traffic all the way down to the
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sinole grade. san jose still looking decent out of downtown for the trip in a san jose silicon valley. some people from the valley could be coming to san francisco for the dream force, taking over part of sonoma for the week. just know there are a lot of crowds in for that event. 6:02 am. there were six armed robberies in the east bay, and the police are working together to see if the holdups are connected. we will talk about the similarities in the cases.>> reporter: and all six incident the robbers confronted the victims in the driveway or the garage of their own home, and one of the robberies happened here in orinda. the couple was leaving the grocery store and they were attacked when they drove into their driveway. the school board vice president carol brown was shot in her husband was pistol-whipped
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during the robbery in the driveway and both are expected to recover. similar robberies happened last week during a four-day period in unincorporated denville, pittsburg, antioch written word and for no -- brentwood and pinole. they said they drove off in a white sedan. >> since this has happened multiple times, it is concerning that there could be a link or that there is a serial group. >> reporter: the orinda police chief said is unclear what connection the crimes have, but the similarity, "certainly has not gone unnoticed, and communication between our agencies absolutely has taken place. "later we hope to speak to the orinda police chief to discuss the possible link between the robberies, and how the
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departments are sharing notes on these cases. >> that will be interesting to hear from the police chief, thank you. it is 6:04 am. donald trump is now talking about the new york times report of his almost $1 billion tax laws and the possibility that he may not have had to pay federal taxes for 18 years.>> i have been saying from the beginning of this campaign how ridiculous and, complex and unfair tax system. it is an unfair system and so complex that very few people understand it, but fortunately i understand it.>> trump said he legally use the tax laws to his benefit, and his campaign said that the documents sent anonymously were illegally obtained. hillary clinton is weighing in on donald trump not paying federal income taxes, and the campaign appearance in ohio,
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hillary clinton says it is important to recognize what paying zero taxes means to the country. >> zero taxes mean zero for the veterans, zero for the military, zero for pell grants to send the young people to college, 04 health, zero 04 education.>> clinton says that she and her husband have released their tax returns and they play -- pay a lot of taxes and says she is grateful to contribute to the country. tonight the focus is on the running mates, the vice presidential nominees tim kaine and mike pence will face off in their first and only debate before the election, and we have are political analyst here. first of all, in this race, how important are the vice presidential candidates and getting the vote?>> in this race and in any race they reflect upon the candidates,
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their performance reflects upon the candidates, and obviously mr. trump and hillary clinton are still the main show. on election day, who ever is the vice presidential candidate is not the reason you will vote for that particular ticket, but it can be the case. a pool or -- a poor performance were reflect badly on the main candidate. and i don't want to sound like it is a negative, but you don't want to have one of those moments like dan quayle had with his vice president that compared himself in the debate, and comparing himself to john kennedy, perhaps out of nervousness. and he was telling them you are not john kennedy and putting him in his place. and you don't want a sarah palin moment where she in her interview with katie couric said things that she was obviously way behind in the research for what she was supposed to be talking about in the campaign.
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the sarah palin selection with the john mccain decision to put her on the ticket her him.>> -- hurt him.>> but it could affect either one of them negatively. >> these contests are not won or lost in terms of points, they reinforce the preferences, but they could have an impact in this case on the ticket in that way. with these and vigils, tim kaine and mike pence, i don't think you will see a lot of mistakes because they are good communicators, similar backgrounds and served in congress or for the government. >> there personalities are similar. >> yes, but i like the fact that they have relationships in congress, and they are comfortable with them. they are both comfortable in their own ways, and their main job is to reassure the voters
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that they are safe second choices. we have had president said been unable to finish the term, and the vice president has to step in. you want to know that the person that will do that could be a comfortable choice. and michael dukakis, and a lot of people watched them that night and said that he should benefit top of the ticket and michael the caucus should've been on the vice president ticket . people like this presents. >> you have had a chance to watch them both, and how do you think there will be avenue to connect to the viewers to the television?>> each differently, they are very much different people, and i'm kind of interested in seeing in some ways how mike pence does because so much of his time recently in the news clips is spent defending or explaining what donald trump really meant when he tweeted this or said that, or what that tax issue
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means. and tim kaine on the other hand, you are right in that the personalities are different. he is easy, moves around like a young puppy, full of energy, life and happiness, and has a big smile on his face all the time. he is more subdued, mature looking and sounding in that way. their styles in terms of delivery will be very different, and that affects how people think about them. but i think both of the gentlemen are generally likable, not caring the negatives that the candidates kerry. -- carry, and in that sense it will be a number of styles and not necessarily the position on issues.>> it is nice to see mike pence in a situation where he is not constantly having to explain donald trump or what the ticket is thinking about. i will say this for mike pence, and i'm not worried about tim
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kaine, but i think mike pence, it will be interesting to see him in the situation where maybe he can be himself. maybe he can connect with the voters in a way that he has his own candidacy instead of explaining donald trump.>> we look forward to seeing the post review of this. there are many places you can watch the debate tonight across the bay area holding vice president joe debate watch parties, the albany library on marin avenue in albany, the sum of food park in san francisco, the santa clara democratic party holding and then at the headquarters at the plant shopping center on monterey road, and the county gop watch party at the roundtable pizza on occidental wrote in santa rosa. we will carry the 90 minute debate right here on channel 2,
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and we will be live streaming on ktvu mobile app and on we will have a postdebate analysis on the 7:00 news on ktvu plus, and on the 10:00 news on ktvu 2. we are exactly 5 weeks away from the election day, and voters can cast the balance as soon as next week -- cast the ballots as soon as next week, and the election department will send out the balance by the end of -- ballots by the end of the week.>> it is going up for those voting by mail. >> we have the highest number we have had ever in san francisco, 57% of the registered voters in san francisco.>> the deadline to register to vote is october 24, and the political science
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professor says that the research indicates that early voting may not increase the overall turnout, but it brings out the people that would have voted anyway. and you think you have the worst commute, we are ranking the bay area traffic trouble spots, in which commute will have you sitting in your car for a very long time. it is win or go home for the giants, not an unfamiliar position going into the game tomorrow against the new york mets.
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welcome back, the giants getting ready for the wildcard elimination game, win or go home. >> they can do it and they have done it before. they had a chance to win the wildcard game two years ago and went on to win the world series, and we look at the recent playoff history.>> the giants are the champions in the national league. >> reporter: six years ago the giants needed to win back against the padres to clinch the national legal west, and they went on to beat the rangers for the first world championship since moving to san francisco. two years later the giants won
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three straight elimination games in cincinnati, and three straight against the cardinals, before sweeping detroit in the world series for the second championship in three years. in 2014, the giants were the last team in the playoff, and that season ended in a thrilling seven-game world series win over the kansas city royals. aubrey hall, marcos goudreau, and these giants know it is a different game in october when it comes to the playoffs, it is just about getting in. >> it has not been smooth but we have just enough wins to sneak us into the postseason, and now where on the same pages everyone else. >> we are good team and we were confident the entire time. >> we felt confident we could do this, and we never got down on ourselves. >> reporter: just like 2014, the giants hit the road for the
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one-game wildcard, win and they move on, loose and they are finished. this time it is in new york, and like two years ago in pittsburgh, madison bumgarner will be the guy that can take them out. >> we have been there before and we will not have it any other way. we are very confident and we do not think of ourselves as the underdog. the mets have a better record playing at home, the we don't care about that, we like that.>> reporter: that is what you expect every team in the playoffs to say, but that is how the giants have lived for the three world championships in five years, and now they want their chance to make it for mac. ktvu fox to. -- 2. the national league wild- card game is tomorrow at 5 pm and the winner will face the chicago cubs in the division series. you do not mess with the giants
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in october. >> i like the odds, but as i tell the people lots of times, before 2010, i did not think i would see one.>> we are cautiously optimistic. >> 2010 i was good, 2012 and 2014 i was great. i am sure that a lot of people want more but i have my share. i don't want them to lose, but at least i have seen one. sometimes i did not think i would really see one. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic is backed up for 25 minute delay, no major problems getting onto the bridge, but the traffic will be okay. i just received a message that there are no major problems on the commute, but there have been a few slowdowns.>> we are just checking in with you.>> hopefully it will stay this way, a lot of good tweets from other people saying that the
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commute is at least a little bit better than yesterday. vasco road was a headline yesterday today more normal, 680 slow out of pleasanton out of the sinole grade, and 880 is also slow and so is the altamont pass commute. a little bit better than yesterday and we won't ask questions. let's take a look at 280 northbound, northbound 280 up highway 17 is in off to a good start -- off to a good start. the dreamforce 16 conference, a lot of people at moscone he, and that means the bart trains will be packed, and a lot of people in the city this week with fleet week, so put that on your radar. >> that is true, good advice. but your teams have delivered in your lifetime, and that is all you can ask. >> exactly, they are the
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giants.>> had the 49's delivered or the warriors? >> they have all won championships, all the teams i follow, so i am a happy man.>> there you go. we have to get serious, hurricane matthew, category 4 making landfall on the haiti peninsula, heading in between eastern cuba and western haiti. it is heading out toward the bahamas in the next 24 hours. this is a powerhouse system, and the rainfall will be 3 feet for some if not more, a category 4 moving north at 9 miles an hour. once he clears in 24 hours the attention will be on florida, and it looks like it will be here by thursday and tropical force winds at palm beach and to the north. miami looks to be west of it, but we will keep track of this.
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the scary part is the carolinas in the northeast through the weekend. the national hurricane center are showing hurricane watches and warnings likely. and that is likely for florida and the keys. when you final in this cold air, and getting that moisture source, when these two collided could bring torrential rain, and there is hints of that in the northeast by sunday, so stay tuned. if you travel plans in the carolinas and northeast, it could be a tough weekend. for us mostly clear with low clouds giving way to mostly sunny skies, and the rain for our forecast area is pretty much ended unless you are along the north coast. napa had about .04, and lake sonoma .19, and here is
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occidental, .42. and see rent ted .44. temperatures warming up, and i did not finished this graphic. mostly clear skies after the low cloud deck, 50s and 60s on the temperatures, cool for some, low 50s, 27 in truckee, 53 in ukiah, lake tahoe 29, incline village at 34, reno and 36, so winter has arrived up there. one more system moving through the pacific northwest, 60s and 70s on the temperatures, still below average through tomorrow but each day gradually warming up, and warmer toward the end of the week on friday and saturday.>> thank you. 6:23 am. the drug enforcement administration postponing plans to ban a popular herb that some say has important medicinal qualities, and the reason the
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traffic in south la, taking for justice, the demonstration was largely peaceful with no arrests made. the lapd has released images of the replica gun an actual gun recovered at the two shooting scenes, and this is the replica gun, the normal plastic orange tip was changed to black to make the gun look at real. this is the image of a loaded handgun and the other incident, the 18-year-old pointed it at the officers that shot and killed him. it is 6:26 am. the u. s. drug administration has postponed the planes to ban the popular herb after members of congress and supporters claimed has medical qualities, the southeast asian to relieve called, "kratom," can be crushed into a powder in it was going to be on the illegal schedule 1 substances list, but
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lawmakers have urge the dea to halt the band due to public outcry. the user say that the powdered leaves will help those with physical and emotional problems, but critics say that it is a hallucinogenic and addictive. the dea says that 15 this been connected to the drug, but supporters say that could be in combination with the use of opioid. a special hearing and bodega bay for the upcoming crab season, experts will update us on the dungeon is an rock crab seasons. this will be the first time that the joint committee has focused primarily on the aquaculture in california, also described as farming in the water. the hearing that is open to the public will begin at 1:00 this afternoon at the bogeyed the hole -- bodega marine laboratory. the former raider voicing his support for the potential move to las vegas, up next, the
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rally held yesterday calling for the new stadium in sin city. wild pigs are taking over the san jose neighborhood, and the concern for those that live there with the damage that is already been done.
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morning and thank you for joining us on mornings on 2 on this tuesday, october 4, good morning and thank you for joining us on this mornings on 2 on this tuesday, october 4, and i am dave clark. >> i am pam cook. we are putting ourselves pretty far out there, but i like to. i don't mind this time of year, but we can market down for the 18th for winter.
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santa rosa a high was 58, 73 today, san francisco at 62, and livermore 65 to 72, and san jose from 68 to 72. mostly clear with partly cloudy skies, low clouds still favoring parts of the coast and inland. that storm track lifting that weaker system, 50s on the temperatures. low 50s for some, walnut creek, 52, and except for the low clouds and a few high clouds, mostly sunny and a little bit warmer, 60s and 70s. i got all choked up and that happens every once in a while. >> sometimes you can make yourself laugh, and it is all good. i'm looking to see if anything is happened on the east shore freeway, the
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officially worst commute in the bay area, as we have heard. as we take a look at the drivetime, traffic is 31 it being the worst. when you get down to the bay bridge, you will be waiting for little bit at the bay bridge toll plaza, 20 to 25 minutes. there is more crossing at the bay bridge between 5 am and 6 am, and one reason is that people can get through faster. there is a lot of waiting to do now at 6:30 am, and the acceptance rate is not as much as it is that 5:30 am when there is less traffic, but people try to squeeze in. taking a look at contra costa county, traffic moving slowly from 242 and on 24. highway 4 westbound, a fender bender coming through pittsburg, traffic backed up
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into antioch. it is 6:33 am. as you know, we've been talking about the study ranking the were spots in the bay area for commuting. alex savidge his life on interstate 80, one of the worst commute in the bay area, and alex, you probably are seeing slow traffic right now. >> reporter: we do. in the last hour we've seen things logging down -- bogging down quite a bit, every single morning. for a long time these particular morning commute at westbound 80 between hercules and san francisco was the worst commute in the bay area, but this tough ride has been bumped to the number two spot. take a look at the results of the new study from the metropolitan transportation commission, the most congested commute in the bay area is the evening ride out of san francisco heading east toward the bay bridge, that is a nasty
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one. the 80 commute through the east bay coming in second on the list, and the third spot goes to the morning drive on 680 from san jose to the cupertino. on the fourth-place on the list is evening commute southbound 101 from sunnyvale to the south san jose. the drivers we spoke with that sit in all that traffic say that can wear on you.>> sometimes it does, it is frustrating when you have to be somewhere. i mean there's not much you can do. just have to go with it. >> reporter: the researchers involved in the latest study say that what they found was staggering, and they say that traffic has really gotten much worse over the last few years, no such thing as rush hour anymore, the morning commute extending further into the day, and the evening commute begins
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earlier in the day. it turns out that the study, at the time that we all spend sitting in the slow traffic, is way up, up by 70% if you can believe that, and that is only since 2010. it is certainly not your imagination, you are not crazy, things have gotten much worse on the roadways in the bay area. this commute along interstate 80 in the morning time used to be the worst commute for many years, it had the top honors, but no longer, it has been bumped.>> we have posted the full list on and you can check it out and find the story on the home page. happening right now, hurricane matthew is making landfall in western haiti, the category four hurricane, the most powerful atlantic tropical storm since 2007 with wind over 145 miles an hour.
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and even before the hurricane made landfall, it was already flooding streets and forcing evacuation in haiti. the humanitarian organizations are planning major relief efforts for haiti, the poorest nation in the western hemisphere, and they have suffered a lot. the southeastern u. s. is now bracing for that storm next week. pope francis made a surprise visit to the part of central italy hit by the devastating earthquake in august, these photos were released by the vatican showing him silently praying your the rubble, and he also met with survivors of the earthquake, and the pope said he wanted to visit the area in secret to go alone and be close to the people. the magnitude 6.2 earthquake killed almost 300, 4000 left without a home. the san francisco police are busy investigating several violent incidents that happened over a three-day period. between friday and sunday, four
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people shot and killed, the fifth person was stabbed to death. the police are also investigating a suspicious death of a man on sunday, and several were wounded in separate incidents. the violence happening in different parts of san francisco, and the police have made one arrest in connection with one of the killings. two former police officers arrested in connection with the bay area law enforcement section handle -- sex scandal are due in court today, police sergeant johnson is going to report suspected child abuse after the woman said she had sexual contact with officers while under age, and this officer dan black that you see on this linkedin page accused of having sex with a woman that went by the name celeste, now going by her birth name, jasmine. she said she had sex with dozens of local police officers and sheriff's deputies, some of
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which happened while under age. we are learning more about the woman that said she was raped on the stanford university campus, and the campus police said a female student was raped by male student inside the dorm room, and the woman reported the attack to campus security in return reported it to the police. it is unknown how she got into the dorm room and did not know the person that attacked her. >> she is still deciding whether to make a statement to the police department and we understand that.>> the alleged rape was reported the same day that governor jerry brown signed new laws to require longer sentences for sexual assault convictions involving cents brock turner was sentenced to six months in jail and only served half of the time. ring county sheriff deputies investigating reports that an eighth-grade student threatened to bring a gun to the middle school in kentfield.
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the student at the kentfield middle school made a threat at the snapchat last week and they have determined that the student did not have gone, and the school officials notified the parents, and said that all necessary steps have been taken to ensure the campus safety, and the student that make the threat will not be allowed to return to school while the investigation is ongoing. the legendary open raider player supporting the move to las vegas, how we lung -- how we long -- how we long -- howie long, took support of the stadium in las vegas saying it would bring in billions of dollars for tourism and gambling industry while creating thousands of jobs. >> the hotel casinos in their ability to generate the kind of funds it would take to build a state-of-the-art facility that could be the crown jewel of the
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nfl. >> the governor of nevada is expected to call a special session to consider using public money to help build the stadium. and bowman, the 49ers linebacker is out for the rest of the season, and the 28-year- old defenseman was the leading tackler, and before he injured himself on a noncontact play in the third quarter of the sunday laws against dallas, and bowman also missed the 2014 season while recovering from a knee injury. the 49ers will be hosting the arizona cardinals thursday night. it is 6:40 am. wikileaks founder targeting the presidential candidates, coming up at 7:00, the major data release is promising before the november election. but was it an inside job, why some believe the thieves that car -- robbed kim
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kardashian west were tipped off and how her own media post could have made her a target. it is slow out there with a few tweaks from some people, and you will find out what they said. looking at the san mateo bridge, traffic moderately busy on the way to the peninsula. some clouds hanging around, some low clouds and high clouds, but overall a mostly sunny day on tap.
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welcome back to mornings on 2, new this morning, more angry words from the president of the philippines directed at president obama. in a speech today the philippine president said that president obama "can go to hell" over the u. s. criticism of his deadly anti-drug campaign. he took office in june and has been sensitive to criticism over his anti-drug fight leaving over 3000 suspected drug dealers and addicts dead in only three months. the u. s. and international him humanitarian groups have been criticizing his actions. the social media posts could've played a role in the robbery in paris of kim kardashian west. days before being robbed she posted a picture of a ring worth over $4 million, and that was one thing stolen by the
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thieves after the armed robbers barged into her apartment in paris, and they bound and gagged her and put her in the bathtub, and they believe someone close to the family may have tipped the thieves all.>> somehow these gunmen new to get in at exactly the right moment when the bodyguard was out with her sisters at a nightclub. she was basically by herself. they were able to get in, get the jewels, $10 million worth. they were able to handcuff for an gagged her, throw her in the backed up and get out clean.>> the police say that the thieves stole the jewelry and also got away on bikes, and no arrests have been made. it is 6:46 am. the people in one san jose neighborhood say that wild pigs have taken over the community. and janine dellavedova saw one just an hour ago this morning,
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and the piece of been tearing up the lawn thing yards on running spring road in south san jose. the people that live there say that the pigs are really active at night, and they are coming from the ranch land just across the street. a few years ago the neighbors reinforced the fence with barbed wire but they believe that the pigs have found a whole.>> there is less food for them out there because it is more dry, and they are looking for worms and grubbing.>> the licensed trappers and the experts say that the wild boars are dangerous and do not confront them. they also say that putting up a temporary plastic or metal fence around the lawn may help to keep them away, maybe. >> but you have to address the grub problem because that attracts reckons depending on where you are and other animals. 6:47 am is the time, and time to check in with the newsroom at what is coming up
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and the next hour with gasia mikaelian good morning. we's top -- we talked about the heightened fear of earthquakes over the past few days, and the city of san bernardino is closing city hall temporarily, and some say this is an overreaction and when the building will open again. we reported about the facebook market space where you can buy and sell items on the app, but i don't think this is what facebook was thinking about. people were selling drugs, weapons and adult services within hours, and how facebook is responding, and says they are unable to identify the posts that violated the policy early on. we will see you with these and other stories coming up. it is 6:48 am. we will check in on highway 24, how are they doing?>> slow traffic but better than yesterday and a lot of the
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commutes having issues with the old-fashioned slow traffic, and compared to yesterday it is looking okay. let's take a look at highway 24, and my people on twitter let me know when things are not going well. today it looks like it is mostly acceptable traffic between mona creek in oakland. it will be slow, -- walnut creek and oakland. it will be slow, and i'm looking to see if anything has happened in letting you know. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic on the interstate okay, looking at the toll bridge, and southbound 880 slowing before 230, slightly unusual and slowing south of marina boulevard down to fremont.
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680 a solid out of the pleasanton area, an accident near highway 84, and the commutes are getting more busy. just clearing the problem 15 8824, it looks like that is debris in the lane, and we will keep you posted. it is 6:49 am. i heard from some folks i've not heard from in about four months, and it will be that way on the rain. it does help, and facebook, and twitter for information. we have a catastrophic hurricane, heading out between haiti and cuba, category 4, and the first to hit haiti since 1960 448 category 4. -- 1964 is the first to hit haiti for a category 4. the category 4 move north at 9 miles an hour moving
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toward florida area by thursday. already watches and warnings considered for the keys in the peninsula. the national hurricane center showing the tropical storm hurricane watch likely in the peninsula and in the keys. and the carolinas as well, and this could track close, along into the northeast with torrential rain. it will take a few days dry things out but it is looking scary. for us it is quite, and a little bit warmer than yesterday, yesterday santa rosa 68 in today's 72, san jose from 68 to 72. a little bit of rain in humboldt county, but for most it is gone with high clouds still in the mix. 50s on the temperatures, and mid 50s on the peninsula, stanford 54, 23 in truckee, and
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29 in south lake tahoe. incline village and 36, truckee 23. if you like low and high clouds, keeping the temperatures held in check. a lot of 60s and very low 70s with everyone very close today. otherwise temperatures from the very cool monday will rebound a little bit today. still mostly below average, especially in london, the coast and bay close but still slightly below. sunshine and warm temperatures by thursday, friday and into saturday. a little bit cooler on sunday. 6:51 am is the time, and a big event for google in san francisco, up next, the new products that the tech giant is expected to release today. the instagram pick of the morning, and i like this.>> it
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is very colorful.>> i like the site of that building. very cool. send us your photos and include tvu.
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welcome back to mornings on 2, it is 6:55 am. a san jose man arrested for
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suspicion of possessing over 10,000 tiled pornography images and video, and cruz was arrested after he was served a search warrant at his home on oakwood avenue, and over 1000 images recovered from his computer. the sheriff said that he was downloading more child pornography as they were serving the warrant. in san francisco, five people were arrested as part of an investigation into the child porn ring, and the investigation started x months ago, and gary waite and danica morais were arrested for uploading pornography involving kids, and that led to arrests in san francisco, los angeles and sacramento county. 16 people have been charged in connection with this at high in stores in san francisco and
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other cities around the country, the "rainbow crew" accused of stealing over a quarter million dollars of retail goods in the past couple of years, and in this video you see them ransacking the san francisco beauty store last year. they've been able to connect the group to similar incidents in san jose, los angeles, san diego, las vegas, phoenix in honolulu. they have reduce the drug suspension of tennis star maria sharapova who tested positive last january, and she said she took the drug since 2006 for health problems, not as a performance-enhancing substance and was given a two-year ban a short time ago, the court reduced it to 15 months many she will be eligible to return to competition in april. she has won i-frame slams, including wimbledon at the age of 17. introducing several new products at the unveiling in
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san francisco, google unveiling two news -- new smartphones and the "google home" that will compete with the amazon echo, streaming music, controlling the lights in your home or office, and the google pixels smartphones are designed to compete with the new smartphone, and the event starts at 9:00 this morning. the dreamforce 16 convention starts at the moscone center, and new video from the area where the events are being held, things are pretty quiet right now as more than 170,000 people are expected to attend the annual sales force event over the next four days. howard street will be closed in the area with heavy traffic expected through friday. recounting the story of a couple viciously attack outside of their home, one of six recent armed robberies in the
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east bay, and the similarities between the crimes. the spotlight is on the vice presidential candidate and what we can expect as they take the stage were the only debate. ♪
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>> breaking news out of san jose. take a look at the right side of your screen. a dramatic early morning wake- up call for workers at a shopping center as a car crashes right into their building and goes all the way into a store and into a wall. we're live on the scene. we will talk about what investigators say may have caused the crash. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> 7:00 this tuesday morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> that's a dramatic start to our 7:00 hour. i'm dave clark. we are following that breaking news in san jose. let's go back to it. a car has crashed into a shopping center on mclaughlin avenue. >> let's talk about what may have caused the situation. jeanine is live there. >> reporter: yeas. it is a mess out here. police told us that what happened is that somebody was driving here. they were going


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