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good morning to you, welcome to mornings on two, i'm claude even wrong. i'm frank malika. first let's look at some of the headlines on this saturday morning, alex savage following the latest on a missing bay area toddler, the boy is just three years old and hadn't been seen since yesterday afternoon. >> police do think they know who took him, we'll tell you what we learned in the lasted 0 minutes and a couple decides to go skinny dipping in san francisco, they ended up getting stranded on the rocks below the cliff house. >> more on the overnight rescue and how the couple is dog this morning. if you are heading up to the -- doing this morning. if you are heading up to the
syria, everybody enjoying the long weekend. taking a look at the conditions and this, the business bomb, all that snow is bringing. let's go over to rosemary, the timing worked out really well because it should be an easy drive up there. >> and a three day weekend for many folks. >> the resorts. >> everybody is smiling, they are doing the happy dance as coup would say. it is going to be dry, it is going to be on the cool side i will have a look at numbers. outside the doors, isn't that a gorgeous sunrise, we have a little hue of orange there, a few orange clouds, fog to deal with once again just like yesterday morning. for some still dealing with flood issues. delta island area in around around areas like pittsburgh, and antioch and get a little bit closer you can see martinez, on the other side we are looking at areas like rio
vista, having to do with all the flow coming through the delta and the high tide. now we are in low tide. that is 11:00 this morning. started yesterday morning so the possibility of flooding along the stretch will be with us the next few hours. dealing with patchy, thick fog over portions of the north by, most of us waking up with good visibility add we slide over areas like highway 101, areas like san to rosa you could experience visibility down to quarter mile and stretches off west. and to the south bay 38 outside your door in san jose. in the afternoon widespread 50s in the forecast for today, we
are looking at aetty good weekend, what you can expect for the afternoon, the rest of your weekend and tahoe coming up. we are following developing stories in oakland where police are searching for a three-year- old boy who has been missing since late yesterday. >> the two never returned. ktvu live in oakland with more on the search, alex. >> reporter: yeah, good morning. first off we should point out here no amber alert has been issued in this case. authorities say that's because there is no clear evidence that this child is necessarily in finger. he was last seen yesterday afternoon -- danger. he was last seen yesterday afternoon at 4:30 near this clinic here in oakland. this is where his mother let him drive to the store with a woman that she had just met and the two of them never returned. so this morning oakland police are trying to find three-year- old brocks junior.
he was last seen wearing a red angry birds bean i and green ninja turtles shirt. police believe this boy is with 48-year-old tammy martin. she and the child were driving answer 99 blue honda odyssey minivan that has a dented side and a black garbage being that covers the rear window. again, they are searching for the woman and this three-year- old boy, if anyone spots the missing child or the woman, or sees that minivan obviously they should put answer call to oakland police. they are searching for this called but no amber alert issued. they say did not rise to that level. >> okay, we hope they find this little boy soon, thanks so much alex. time now is 7:04. and the oakland police missing persons unit also investigating another
disappearance, 16-year-old dosslyn park on monday going to starbucks, 5'2", 150 pounds, black hair and brown eyes. this is a recent photo with her with her current hair style. light blue jeans and she had a white backpack. authorities rescued a couple who went skinny dipping at san francisco's ocean beach. >> they are on their way up. then we are going to send the rope down to you and we are going to help you up. >> firefighters called á called to the scene before 1:00, a man and woman decided to venture out into the water naked in 40- degree weather. they found the couple stranded in the water the rocks below the cliff house here they are coming up. the firefighters and federal police using ropes to pull that man to safety. >> this is a treacherous water to say the least and accounts for many rescues over the years. and it's not a place for anyone
should be attending at night let alone during the day. >> two swimmers were taken to the hospital to be checked out, they were alert and responsive but cold, there is no word whether they will be cited for going into that water. san francisco police have released new images of the man accused in a viscous machete attack, authorities say the suspect slashed a passenger at the civic center burt station on friday night. the suspect is described african american, 30 to 40 years of age, 5'11" and weighs 200 pounds. he used the large machete you see there, 29-year-old man from southern california. the victim suffered serious cuts to his head and his hands. no word on a note i have in the attack. a controversial event at uc davis was canceled after protesters moved in to shut it
down. well the davis college republicans invited bright bart editor to speak last night, he brought along former pharmaceutical company ceo martin shkreli. both speakers are controversial. shkreli was criticized in 2014 after raising the price of a lifesaving drug from 13-dollars to $750 a pill. as last night's protests grew, the talk was called off. >> i was planning on talking about -- milo antifeminism and pro feminism. they -- and i was going to tear milo to sheds that he doesn't understand feminism. >> that was shkreli talking right there. no arrests were made during the protest. new this morning president obama delivers his last weekly
address as commander in chief call dog a privilege to serve the country. >> all these conversations are what have kept me honest, kept me inspired, and kept me going. every day i learned from you. you made me a better president and you made me a better man. >> president obama talked about going to his home town of chicago this past tuesday night and giving his farewell address. he says owe the past eight years he saw the goodness, resilience and hope of the american people. president elect donald trump taking the oath of office friday at noon eastern, 9:00 a.m. pacific time here. estimated 800,000 people expected to attend the swearing in ceremony at the national mall in washington. he will raise his right hand and take the oath on the steps of the u.s. capitol building. ktvu talked to a local trump campaign volunteer who over the past few weeks have received official invitations and
inauguration tickets. >> this is the inaugural invitation. this is to the ball. and this is to the welcome concert. and this is to the inaugural parade. i'm wanting to soak up every moment that i can of the whole entire experience. >> the inauguration has same high level security that designation as the pope's visit or the democratic republican conventions. there will be 28,000 security officials on hand. they are particularly concerned about a truck attack similar to assaults in germany and france this past year. authorities expect about 99 protest groups which is more than 10 times the average number at an inauguration. number of prominent democrats and congress are boycotting the inauguration at least six house members so far they include 14 term georgia term congressman john lewis on the left. barbara lee and jerod huffman.
trump road racism to the white house. he will not sit and clap as the u.s. enters a dark and dangerous chapter in history. big name democrats include former bill clinton, and hillary clinton will be on hand. house minority leader nancy pelosi and jackie spear will also be there supporting the office, not the man. house of representatives took another step forward -- along party lines the house clear add blue print. the vote clear as path for republicans to move forward overcoming a filibuster in the senate. >> this experiment has failed. this law is collapsing while we speak. >> we will not allow the republicans to make america sick again. >> estimated 20 million americans beginned health insurance through the why
fordable care act. president elect trump has promised to replace obamacare with something better. time now 7:10, heading up to the mountains, you are going to have a little bit of company, coming up in our next half-hour the rush to get to the slopes to enjoy all the fresh powder. 92-year-old by area woman who lost her restaurant in a fire, shares her story of loss and rebuilding, her son didn't want her to see all the damage. hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
can fill you with wonder. other. where a walk down main street, and the smile of a mouse can spark joy. where magic is spread with every touch, and always leaves you wanting even more. so make the time... to take your time because one day just isn't enough. here, there is magic for days. welcome back on saturday morning, yes, cold as ice. in a few spots this morning and mix weekend that we are talking being the possibility of black ice because, yeah, a lot of
moisture, moisture out there. >> we do have a little bit of fog out there this morning. >> dense fog this morning. >> that is cool kind of funky picture. >> a lot of ice on my windshield this morning. >> bundle up in these early morning hours. or stay home and watch us. >> 7:14, expect some burt delays today if you are traveling through the east by. repairing the tracks, that is along the pittsburgh by point line. bart says once the repairs are complete the ride will get smoother through the area. full service will be restored in time for the monday morning commute. in san francisco officials showed off a state of the light rail train. based on rider input features include more comfortable seating, improve doors and steps. the trains should be flee operational by this summer. rv own gulfed in smoke and
flames cause add traffic backup on highway 101. chp says the motor home was in the south bound lane when it caught fire near sfo. a twitter user captures these images, no word if anybody was hurt. thousands of people marching in washington dc this morning ahead of the martin luther king junior day. the event was organized by reverend l sharpton's organization, the action network. group says we shall not be moved, march and rally is to protect the dream of dr. martin luther king junior. they say the march is to preserve the legacy of president obama just days ahead of the inauguration of donald trump. here in the bay area several events are planned today in san francisco in honor of mr. king. volunteers will help to clean up young blood coleman park from 9:00 this morning until noon. people will be picking up trash and helping to butte few adam
rogers community garden, a march from the by view opera house to mlk pool at 10:30 this morning a sushi restaurant remains closed this morning after suffering damage in a fire. ktvu henry lee talked to the 92- year-old owner about what that restaurant means to her and her family and what they are going to do next. >> don't go in there. there is a lot of work. >> be careful. >> yeah, i be careful. >> insistent on checking out the damage for herself. what's left of the beloved restaurant she has owned for 35 years now a charred and water logged mess. >> yeah, in the i want to se oil damage. >> yeah, damage, yes. >> from the outside the restaurant looks untouched. inside it's a total loss. this was a tour her son didn't want her to take, in fact he
refused to take her there. >> so, pick me up because now i don't drive. he didn't. >> just seeing the ex tint of the destruction will just kind of -- would really be a mentally, you know, just too hard on her. >> but instead she had an employee take her to her business, faith who turns 93 in march told me the fire has strengthened her resolve. >> why do you love this restaurant so much? why? >> because my life. it's your life? >> life. >> the fire at santa clara and broadway broke out at 4:15 in the morning. you can see smoke coming from the roof. >> once we got the front door open they smoke and fire toward the rear of the building. >> firefighters knocked it down quickly and say some kind of electrical malfunction is likely to blame. >> it started back here. >> the owners son showed me where the fire started in this back room where a drier,
fridge, washer and ice machine are stored. restaurant regulars are stunned, this man brought over flowers. they say eating here was an experience unlike any other. faith was there every day always the gracious host celebrating customers birthdays and presenting roses on mother's day. >> when you eat here it's not like you are coming to a restaurant, you are coming to her home. >> for now there will be no more malibu salad or a has cancer bill fantasy, newspaper of the dishes a local institution, faith says it will return. henry lee ktvu fox 2 news. look at that, she is cleaning up. >> i know. >> 93. >> just resilient and she looks great. >> i have a feeling they are going to rebuild and get that back up quickly. >> i don't think -- nothing is going to knock her down, she looks student burr, somebody else will. >> that's it. how about weather on this
chilly, i got up this morning 29 degrees. >> oh, yes. >> hello. >> that will have you shaking in your bots. we've got cold weather out there for inland communities, fog in other spots for the afternoon, mostly sunny skies, temperatures remain on the cool side but we're dry giving you live look here into the intereast bay where we are dealing with low cloud cover, the wind turbines absolutely still. it's fairly calm out there this morning. the top of the hour but i will say it once again, joining us through delta islands could still experience a little bit of flooding until 11:30 this morning. right now low tide. take a look at the fog, you see what we are looking at. if you are in the north bay, visibility down quarter mile along the stretch of highway 101 from san to rosa all the way to nevada petaluma. dangerous along that stretch. 33 degrees right now in santa
rosa. above freezing. san francisco checking in at 44. liver moore at 44. san jose is 38. let's take a look at storm tracker 2. take a look at what we are seeing outside for the next couple days. ridge of high pressure beginning to strengthen a little bit, that will keep the storm trek north. we may see a few high clouds drift overhead. that should be about it. scattered showers that as a system remains over about ha, california. no restrictions in store if you are going to tahoe. just a very slight chance tomorrow. but again the roadways should be okay. continuing to track it if you are going to be heading in that direction on sunday. but for the time being national weather service says no advisory in place at least for the roads on highway or 50. temperatures range in the 30s and low 40s for the afternoons. and very very cold into the overnight lows down into the teens for areas over tahoe.
here is a look at the futurecast model, we have a weak system rolling through tomorrow providing us with a little bit of drizzle, cloud cover as we start the morning. notice not a lot going on, lead in with the possibility of a slight chance, you pick up on a little built of blue there, the clouds could off set the cooling so we'll wake up with more cloud cover tomorrow but temperatures not as cold as this morning. we'll be here tracking it for you. wednesday afternoon it looks like we are going to see some rain move back into the bay area. snow back into the sierra, scattered showers a possibility on thursday. friday we could have a system which will make number two. so those will be the next students for us to see some real rain, wednesday, possibility on thursday and again on friday. partly cloudy skies, dry conditions expected for the afternoon. 54 san francisco. 54 in hayward. 55 our south by, san jose. extended forecast temperatures
not going to change a lot in the afternoon. upper east in the forecast sunday monday. rain coming back on wednesday. >> good timing, the weekend, everyone go up and ski, got a holiday on monday. >> gives us a nice chunk of time to dry out a little bit, let the river recede. >> and the roads are going to be packed with people going up there, packed but not in the middle of snow and dangerous conditions. >> i see video from up there, like a car. >> 100, 200 inches of snow in the last week. >> crazy. and here is our instagram pick of the morning ---pic of the morning. look at that caption, nights like this, gorgeous. >> that looks like the by bridge. >> there we go. hey we love to see your photos, too, use the # like
juan did there, #ktvu. >> friday the 13th. >> good to see moon again, too. 7:23 on the clock, is he one of the top players in the nba, take you back a few years as klay thompson goes back to high school. guess what they are doing with his jersey? time for our pet of the day. that is trixie, she is a lively 3-year-old bit bull, terrier mix. and long walks on the beach. you can meet her through the contra costa animal services in martinez, she just need as home. for more information go to our facebook page at ktvu as well. we'll be right back.
welcome back, hope you are ready for some football because it's division playoff weekend in the nfl. today's afc game is the houston texans against the new england patriots. fox 2 will have the matchup between the seattle seahawks and the atlanta fall cops. atlanta has the leading score offense. the falcons at home are a five point favorite. ktvu schedule this afternoon, kickoff for the seahawks/falcon game at 1:35 this afternoon, a special one hour edition of
ktvu fox news at 5 right after the game. regular saturday 6:00 p.m. news after that. and think -- okay, we are going to move on to the next story here. and that would be a big night for klay thompson, the warriors have the weekend off before monday's nationally tell advised rematch against the cavaliers martin luther king junior holiday starting at 5:00. a big honor for one of the splash brothers, klay thompson had his jersey retired by his high school santa margarita county, eight years ago he graduated. he is an old guy now. he lead his high school to a state title including 37 points in the title game. thompson said "i owe santa margarita big time for what they've done for me and went on to washington state and now star. >> he is done okay. >> he is okay.
all right. 7:27, mornings on 2 is he doing to end early because of college basketball. followed by connecticut against georgetown, guess what, mornings on 2 will still be trucking on. you can join us we are going to head over to ktvu from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. so you can have the best of both. through picture and picture. >> like a little hoop and a little bit of us, you are good to go. after days of pouring rain, the cleanup from the by area storms under way over the weekend. coming up the community's call that businesses are still open despite all the flooding. plus oakland police still searching for a three-year-old boy who has been missing since yesterday afternoon. we'll tell you about the woman he is believed to be with. and why this case has not triggered an amber alert. with the xfinity tv app, anything with a screen is a tv.
welcome back to mornings on 2, thanks for joining us -- friday, it's a saturday. that's okay. >> but frosty is right. >> it's frosty, yeah. start with a check of the weather. you know, it's clear so honestly i need add little bit of a break, it can come back but just a little bit of drying off. >> we all need a little bit of break. any time we get above 10 inches or so, things start to slide, the rivers start to flood over. the break is needed and the good news is, weekend mainly dry. there is a possibility it may be a little bit of drizzle tomorrow morning an that is going to be about it. giving you look here at san francisco and into the city where you can sort of see the
top of sutro tower, low clouds hanging right over. if you are in the north by we have fog right at the ground level causing some travel issues, more on that in just a moment. we want to start with an advisory because we still have a flood warning for some of us out there. this going through the delta region, only until 11:30 this morning right along areas mere pittsburgh and antioch, stretching through martinez, right along waterfront, possibility of a little bit of flooding due to the flow coming through the delta. high tide at times. that going until 11:30 this morning. right now we are in low tide. but, again, it's been going on about 4 hours now the possibility of flooding right there near the water's edge. as we look to the north bay we have a different issue, this one being the fog and visibility down to quarter mile. you can see widespread gray from san to rosa, it could be
hazardous out there if you have an early morning drive just be alert. when it comes to the temperatures a cold start in santa rose a, 34 degrees into the 8:00 hour and going into the mid-50s, 56 by the second part of the afternoon. temperatures begin to slide as we settle into sunset. upper 40s back in the forecast by dinner time. afternoon highs around the region look like, 53 in concord. north bay 56, sane santa rosa. partly cloudy, cool but quiet afternoon in store for you today. tomorrow again, maybe a little bit of drizzle, i will have a look what you can expect in the extended forecast including the holiday coming. ment thanks, rosemary. much of the damage from the storms still being assessed. days of heavy rain caused flootriggered mudslides in the bay area, really across northern california. the deputy director for the state office of emergency
services just starting the process of figuring out the costs. one lane of eastbound 37 in marine, high water closed part of the highway. caltrans started pumping water from the lanes on thursday. the westbound lanes remain closed. there is no estimate on when all lanes will be back open. and the town is cleaning up after this week's of heavy rains. the russian river is well above flood stage. there is a lot of mud to clean up. we found people using brooms and a power wash earn to clear driveways of all the mud and debris. some places got damaged. everything is back to normal. mostly residential. >> so placing dumpsters around town to drop off trash and storm debris. take you up to the sierra now where there is a fresh
blanket of snow. a live look, that is sugar bowl but the camera is pointed way up in the air. there is a lot of snow up there. roads should be okay. there we go. we are pulling out a little bit so can you see. got a little cloud cover up there but should be a great weekend for skiing with all that snow if you are heading up 80 and 50 right now you are chain free. easy sailing up there. new snow means more skiers and snow boarders heading up to the syria. ktvu rob malcolm reports, people have been goring up to take advantage of all the long holiday weekend. >> pretty enough for a post card the snow capped sierra can only mean one thing, long lines at sporting good stores. >> we've been really busy the last three days straight. we are here until midnight last night getting gore together for everybody. >> the manager at sports basement knows something about skis and snow boards, maybe a
bit about the weather. >> the snow came what we call right side up, heavy and wet and got light and cold, powder on top. >> the crowds tell the story, recent rain has been good for business translating into snow in the sierra, people have been complaining, you won't find people complaining in here. >> beautiful weather most of the time and if evhing is right we get dumped on which is probably the biggest storm in a long time. >> and for that reason many customers made quick plans to take advantage and take these people on the slopes. >> it was last minute. i saw a huge amount of snow up there and i didn't want to miss out. >> so what do you think, chain control? >> yeah. four wheel drive but chains just in case. my wife calls me safety officer. yeah, we'll be safe, we'll have fun. >> i am going to north star on monday and tomorrow probably squaw. >> something you kind of look forward to this weekend, did you plan this trip for awhile.
>> yes, planned for the week trying to take advantage of the long weekend. >> most outdoors people skiers and boarders tend to turn into weather junk keys because weather means snow. and snow means fun. >> and if you work in this store, this time of year. >> it is going to be -- good to be in ski business this week. we have more now on a developing story in the city of oakland where police are searching for a three-year-old boy missing since late yesterday. >> his mother let him go to the store with a woman she had just met and the two never returned. ktvu alex savage is live in oakland with more on the search and what we've learned this morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning to both of you. first off this did not rise to the level of an amber alert because authorities say they don't have clear evidence this child is in immediate danger. still a lot of concern for his bell being. the little boy was last seen yesterday afternoon at 4:30 near this clinic at macarthur
boulevard and is 108th avenue. this is where his mother apparently let him drive off to the store with a woman that she had just met. the two of them never returned and so now this morning oakland police are trying to find 3- year-old brooks junior. he was last seen wearing a red angry birds baby i and a green ninja turtles shirt. police believe the boy is with 48-year-old tammy martin. others who visit this clinic, we talked with them this morning and they are surprised to hear what happen. >> the parent i don't know i wouldn't trust my kid with somebody i don't know to go to the store. i don't care for what reason. not me. i wouldn't. >> and little dartanian was last seen in a 1999 blue honda odyssey minivan. and this minivan has a dented side and a black garbage being covering one of the rear
windows. he was last seen with that woman who the mother had just met tammy martin, if anybody spots martin or spots this child they should put in a call right away to the oakland police department. send it back to you guys for now. >> we hope they find him soon, thanks so much, alex. well there is a one million dollars arrest warrant for a young man i can't us coulded of breaking into dozens of cars, 22-year-old eddie newton is us suspected in a series of auto industries. police identified and chased him but he got away. a grand jury indicted him last year on more than 50 criminal charges including auto burglary and conspiracy, they connected him to the criminal group ghost town gang. a driver has been arrested that happened after 6:30 last night on southbound highway 101 near brit on avenue. the victim may have been under
the influence of alcohol when he walked on to the high warm the driver left the scene but she was found about an hour later and arrested for felony hit-and-run. investigators are trying to figure out what prevent add driver moving off the railroad tracks. the train hit the car and killed the driver yesterday. happened at the intersection of agnue road and lafayette street. a honda and mercedes stopped beyond the railroad tracks when the amtrak train came by on its way to san jose, clipped the back of the her say disease, force of the impact killed the female driver inside. >> anybody here feel anything? >> bricked really hard i knew something was wrong. >> coroner has not released the identity of the woman killed in the her say disease. the train's engineer was blowing the horn and warning lights had been activated. time now is 7:40,
tonight there will be a fundraiser for the victims of the guest ship fire. that's in oakland. >> members of the artist community have told us they feel misunderstood so the art house opened its doors to us to give us a closer look inside the world of a struggling artist. >> walking inside the lottie rose art house.
behind every door is an artist. >> yeah, i love her a lot. i think work is brilliant. she reminds me of another artist here. >> this place has a lot of good energy to it, it's beautiful. i how i would be making it without other people like this. >> being an artist is a requirement to live here in this artist collective. >> most of us have been here since we opened 2.5 years ago. 17 people from musicians, painters, photographers, writers. so this is a forged copper from one of the house mates. >> it is the essence of live/work, part studio, part home. a place that is hard to find. >> i think very rare. i feel like i have won the lottery, i have never seen a place like this before.
it's affordable with all of us working together we can afford this place. >> and it is that type of community they say the residents of the ghost ship were trying to create, a message that got lost in the devastation of the fire that took 36 lives. >> they only saw just like a blink of light. they just didn't see it how much like those people are needing each other. like we all need each other, that is all we have as artists. >> so we asked them to help us understand, to show us around the home they created. rory carol has lived here since 2.5 years ago. on the first floor is an art gallery. >> we put on art shows every month on the second saturday. >> it's backed through the end of the year. showing his photographs from cuba will be a first. >> his show in march will be our first international artist art show. >> took a picture.
people in the street. everything people. >> there are lots of rooms. >> there are people that live in all of these rooms in here. so it's a pretty full house. 16 rooms. >> where heather fairweather lives and works. >> my art is the feeling of being oppressed as an artist. >> we traveled up. >> lottie rose house built in 1920s by a doctor. and became a cysted living for -- assisted living three years ago. >> upstairs you will find more people at work,. >> i paint all types of things, mostly cats. my website is the painter of cats.com. and i like ciche a lot. art regardly badly by the art community. >> respend time in his room.
>> it's less a bedroom, more of a office, studio space. >> this is live/work at its finest. >> i studied art in australia for awhile. and i witnessed an oil spill and so i kind of, you no he, it ruined the beach by where i was living. so i started painting about oil stills. >> so you live and work in here, and you also work upstairs. >> up in the attic. >> the attic built by the artists. >> get a handful of us, we spent three months cleaning it. >> and now does everyone work up here? >> mostly, yeah. >> this is a place he often spends hours creating art that makes a statement about the environment so he creates beauty with dirt, sand and used motor oil. >> this is glazed which is natural, you know, came from the earth. it is going to be thrown away. so it works well with the oil, creates this kind of red
atmosphere. and then it take as few months and it slowly settles and it just creates this nice, fine kind of atmospheric perspective. >> there is something else we need to point out, something this space has that the ghost ship didn't. this building has a complex sprinkler system. >> smoke detector for every sprinkler head. we are completely legal. we have been inspected and everything is fine. >> that is part of what makes a space like this so hard to find. it makes what happen at the warehouse so hard to accept. >> via hard time facing what it is and just like dealing with it. but, i hope we can get some good out of it for everyone. >> so we are getting artists to donate artwork. and january 14th have the opening, have a silent auction. we can't help those who are gone but help those that are still around.
some artists need places to live. a lot of artists are being evicted right now. i want to help them find a place, you know, something like this maybe where they can live and work. >> that looks like the blueprint on how to do it right. >> yes, but they all acknowledge how rare that situation is, we should mention the fundraiser is tonight from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 6117 san pablo in oakland. they said we don't think we can work full 9:00 to 5:00 jobs and come back to do art. so they are looking for a space where they can live and work and pursue their passion. >> tough in the bay area, i was out doing a piece on homeless, it's so expensive to live here, you don't make a lot of money but you are creative and need a place to do your thing. >> absolutely. how about some weather now on a chilly saturday.
kick it over to rosemary, we have nice weekend. a little chilly to start the morning as we get into the afternoon you may need the light jacket. mainly dry for holiday weekend, that is some good news, if you are thinking about heading to the syria, fresh powder and -- sierra, fresh powder. you are over the east by and can you see we have loclouds out there this morning. as far as the eye can see. if you are in the north bay you have the low clouds all the way to the ground meaning we have dense fog to deal with, please be careful if you are getting on to the roadways. here is a look at the snow report for you anywhere from 96 inches at the by to 148 inches at the business reported for our local resorts in the syria. some -- sierra. some folks received up to 2200 inches in the last -- 200
inches in the last seven days. a slight chance on sunday but for the most part a dry weekend in store for tahoe. high 34, mid-30s on sunday. warm are on monday with mostly sunny skies. 42 degrees. notice the overnight lows below freezing and it is going to be cold out there. here at home we are off to a chilly start as well. we have again the low clouds inside the bay. fog over the north bay. we have mid and high level clouds spilling over the area for today. closer to the system back here bring us more cloud cover and a little bit of drizzle on sunday but it doesn't look like much. just a few sprinkles at best and partly cloudy and dry for the rest of sunday into the afternoon. a look at the temperatures this morning near freezing in santa rosa, 33. 34 in napa. concord all in the 30s as well as fairfield. we've been talking about the possibility of flooding right through our delta region going until 11:30 this morning.
had 4 in san francisco. 38 in san jose. afternoon highs for today mid- 50s in oakland. 55 redwood city into the south by. 55 for san jose. as you look to the north bay 55. popular number. we are going to remain with partly cloudy skies for sunday afternoon. could wake up with cloud cover and a little bit of drizzle. temperatures in the upper 50s for mlk day. increasing clouds on tuesday. rain coming back on wednesday. >> rain? >> yes. rain -- >> i thought we were done with that. >> no, we are not done just yet and it looks like we could see a second system on friday. >> big one? >> it looks like it could be wet and winee. >> really? >> yeah. >> you know, in years gone by before the drought i remember all the years of driving out in the snow and fighting -- it's been so long. >> gotten used to it. >> getting used to the way it
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big screen. >> i don't go through life worrying about somebody like you or not. best be making sure they do right by you. >> adaptation, there we go. denzel washington in the play on broadway is starring in and directing the movie version. we spoke to him live on the nine earlier this week, he shared his thoughts of working right here in the by area across the street from, act theater before he came an actor. >> next to act was a restaurant, 31 soups, i used to work there. and i would watch the actors that the whiz was playing, and some of them would come in and eat before they when to do the show. and i would watch them walk across the street and go to the theater. i said one day i am going to work in that theater. the first time i stepped foot on that stage was for the screening of fences. so it was a -- one of those surreal kind of moments for me.
>> yeah i think it all worked out well. >> washington says without giving too much of the story away, his character troy is brutally honest and tells his family everything he is bitter over a missed opportunity playing major league bible and criticizes his son's chances to play college basketball. supposed to be good. check it out. 7:58 on the clock, we are less than a week away from the inauguration of donald trump. in our 8:00 hour what one local trump volunteer invited to the big event is looking forward to. and the members of congress promising not to attend.
that got you moving. >> i love this song and look at that shot out over the bay area. that'sen mount sutrose power on this saturday morning. saturday, january 14th. i'm claudine wong. >> we know it's cold out there. rosemary has your forecast. first here's a few things making news. on saturday we're following developing news in oakland where this 3-year-old boy has been missing. he has been talking to authorities this morning. he'll have the latest details on where police believe the boy might be. and we want to tell you about some bart delays if you're trying to get in and out around this weekend. >> yeah, we're goiveng to tell -- going to tell you about the
work being done and how it could be a very good idea to go skinny dipping in 40-degree water overnight. but things didn't go as mraven. >> maybe not a great idea. there was a rescue. we'll tell you how the couple's doing this morning as you can see there they were pulled up the side of the cliff and you can see one of the swimmers there. >> and no clothes on. >> the good news is there will be a story to tell. but first, let's go over to rosemary. >> by the way they're doing well. >> but wow that water must have been so cold. >> at 1:00 in the morning you're thinking -- >> that was refreshing. >> jump in. >> yeah, no. no, thank you. we have a nice weekend in store. we have a few things going on this morning. we'll touch on those but as we get into the afternoon, a quiet one, and we're looking at a cool one. giving you a view here from san
francisco. we are looking at the low clouds right over the city this morning. we have low clouds and fog over portions of the north bay and through the delta this morning we have the possibility of flooding. so our communities, the islands as well this going until 11:30 this morning. a few more hours stretching from martinez, pirg, antioch and we have contracosta county as well. you can see vallejo. that going on until 11:30 this morning. that flow through the delta mixed with high tides definitely creating a little bit of flooding. here's a look at what's going on in the north bay. we have visibility down to a quarter mile and it's been here throughout the morning all the way along highway 101 down through pedaluma.
so take it easy if that is your area this morning and you do have an early morning commute. temperature-wise near freezing. the inner east bay 35 to start your morning. upper 30s in berkley and san francisco. 44 degrees to start your day. temperatures are just as cool as yesterday even cooler in some areas down by 4 in napa and just a tad cooler over san jose. 54 san francisco. 54 hayward. low 50s in concord. into the north bay 56 expected for santa rosa this afternoon. wake up with a little bit of drizzle followed by a bigger chance for some rain coming our way. i'll have a look at your tahoe forecast coming up. >> sounds good. 8:04 on the clock and new from overnight authorities rescued a couple who went skinny
dipping at san francisco's ocean beach. >> we have the civilian they're on their way up. then we're going to send the rope down to you and we're going to help you up. >> all right. this was the scene early this morning. you can see a hand waiving help we're down here. firefighters were called to the scene. they tell us a man and a woman decided to venture out into that water naked and the water a balmy 40 degrees or the weather i should say. video shows firefighters and federal police using ropes to pull the man to safety. >> this is treacherous waters and we've accounted for many rescues over the years and it's not a place for anyone to be attending at night let alone during the day. >> yeah, i can't imagine they'll be going back.
the two swimmers were taken to the hospital to get checked out. there's no word on whether they're going to be cited for going into the water. >> what a story to tell. or maybe not. more now on that developing story in oak larnd where police are searching for a 3-year-old boy who has been missing since late yesterday. >> yeah, his mother had apparently let him go to the store with a woman she had just met and never came back. >> first off there was no amber alert that was issued in this case because authorities tell me there's no clear evidence the child is in immediate danger. police trying to find the little boy. he was last seen yesterday afternoon at about 4:30 near this medical clinic that's on mccarther boulevard. his mother let him drive to the store with a woman she just met. so now this morning oakland
police are trying to find 3-year-old dartanian jr. he was last seen wearing a red angry birds beanie. police believe the boy is with 48-year-old tammy martin. they are surprised to hear about what happened to this boy. >> as a parent, i wouldn't just trust my kid with somebody that i really don't know to go to the store with i don't care for what reason. not me, i wouldn't. >> reporter: little dartanian was last seen driving with tammy martin in a 1999 blue honda odyssey mini van and that has a black garbage bag covering the back window. in oakland alex savage ktvu fox news. time now is 8:07.
a controversy at u.c. davis after protesters. republicans invited brett bart editor milo yinopolis. shkreli was criticized back in 2016 after raising a life-saving drug and i didn't knowopolis -- yinopolis was banned from twitter. last night the protests grew the talk was called off. >> i was planning on talking about feminism tonight. i don't think these people know that and i was going to tear milo to shreds. you know he doesn't understand feminism. >> campus police said no arrests were made during that protest. new this morning president obama delivers his last weekly
address as the commander in chief calling it both a privilege to serve the country. he thanked the american people for their support. >> all these conversations are what have kept me honest, kept me inspired, and kept me going. every day i learned from you. you made me a better president and you made me a better man. >> he will step down in six days. the president talked about going to his hometown of chicago this past tuesday night and giving his farewell address there. he says over the past eight years he saw the goodness, and the resilience and the hope of the american people. president elect donald trump is calling out one of his critics this morning on social media. congressman don lewis should -- john lewis should spend more time on fixing. no actions or results. sad. well this is all in response to
congressman lewis's statement last night on meet the press. he said quote i don't see this president elect as a legit president. that was in response to russia's hacking of the november election. 9:00 a.m. pacific and estimated 800,000 people are expected to attend his swear-in ceremony at the national mall in washington. a large contingent from california is going to attend the inauguration. >> i saw that everybody on facebook was going i got my invitation and i'm going i can't wait to get back because you have to register and you get a password to go in and claim your tickets and it's first come first serve. >> the inauguration has the same
high level security designation. there will be 28,000 officials and we're told they're particularly concerned about a truck attack similar to those we saw in germany and france. officials are expecting 99 protest groups that is more than ten times the average number. and a number of prominent democrats are actually boycotting the inauguration. at least six house members have spoken up. civil rights leader john lewis and representative darb lee and jared huffman. huffman says he will not sit and clap as the u.s. enters a dark and dangerous chapter in its history. some big democrats who will attend include former president bill clinton and hillary clinton. congresswoman jackie spear will also be there supporting the office but not the man.
well it's been a labor of love for more than three decades. coming up how a 92-year-old restaurant owner is hoping to rebuild after a devastating fire. >> quiet weather in the forecast for your saturday. mainly dry for the holiday weekend. we do have rain coming back to the bay area. what you can expect for your weekend and the extended coming up.
i'm kind of loving this shot, but, yes, it is very cold out there. but cold enough to have you freeze your face i don't think so. unless you're going to tahoe. we are dealing with a little bit of low cloud cover inside the bay. so you have fog for the north bay. but for the afternoon a lot of sunshine. temperatures on the cool side. i have your forecast coming up. >> that sales floor tower, kind of big. >> kind of big. >> look at that poking out. welcome back, everybody. expect bart delays today if you're traveling through the east bay. bart is preparing tracks between arenda and lafayette. we've got a live shot in the east bay. is that arenda? i've been there a time of two.
once repairs are complete the ride will get smoother through that area. full service should be in time for the monday morning commute. a little bit slow today. thousands of people are marching in washington d.c. this morning ahead of martin luther king jr. day. the event was organized by reverendal sharpens organization. the group says we shall not be moved march and rally is to protect the dream of dr. martin luther king jr.. they also say the march is to protect the legacy of president obama. here in the bay area several events are planned in honor of dr. martin luther king jr.. volunteers are going to help clean up young coleman park. that starts at 9:00. and helping to beautiful adam rogers community garden.
time now 86 teen:16. that rally will start at 11:00 this morning outside san jose hall. what they call the criminalize criminalization of immigrants. a fire started early yesterday morning at the komakura restaurant. this is the inside you're looking at right now and you can see total loss. owned the restaurant for 35 years she says they are planning to rebuild. >> why do you love this restaurant so much? why? >> why? because of my life. >> it's your life. >> right.
>> when you eat here it's not like you come into a restaurant you come into her home. >> firefighters say an electrical malfunction is likely to blame for the fire. >> 93. i think they're going to rebuild. how about that. how about some weather now. let's kick it over to rosemary and find out when we're going to warm up a little bit and head to the sierras. . over portions of the sierra on the back end of the weekend and that includes for us as well and i'll show you that here in just a moment. let's take a look outside our doors this morning where a few things going on over san francisco. you can see low clouds creeping in has moved into the bay. areas like emeryville. through the delta this morning continuing with that delta flow
and the possibility of flooding right along there, the water's edge until about 11:30 this morning. outside of that we have just a few high clouds spilling over into the bay area for today. temperatures will be on the cool side. this system right behind me is going to brush us and bring us just a few bits of moisture i guess i can call it as we get into sunday. here's your future cast model. we're actually going to roll you out a few days. we'll show you the next possibility of some real rain. quiet, mostly sunny, cool. here's sunday morning. again, just a lot more cloud cover picking up on just a little bit of moisture. especially along the coastline sunday morning it clears out. so no reason to change any plans if you are going to be outdoors. monday looks good. tuesday, increasing clouds but here's our next chance at some rain. it comes midweek wednesday, thursday scattered showers and friday looks like it could be
wet as well. those two storms coming our way wednesday and friday. between now and then we'll be mainly dry and temperatures on the cool side. 23 in sanity rosa this morning. -- santa rosa this morning. 40 hayward. 43 san francisco. our south bay locations upper 30s. mountain view san jose. afternoon highs for today not too bad. a lot like yesterday. 55 oakland. 54 san francisco. 56 for mountain view. inner east bay 53 for you antioch. no restrictions on i-80 or 50 if you are headed up to tahoe. again that slight chance for a few sprinkles for us on sunday morning. but again notice even on the icon we don't have a lot falling. you should be okay. check the roadways. 34 degrees in the forecast for the afternoon today. 35 on sunday. going to be sunny and 42 on
monday. but temperatures cooling back below freezing in the overnight hours. your extended forecast not a lot of change when it comes to the numbers as we get into the back end of your weekend. upper 50s to near 60 degrees. first chance of rain will move in oven wednesday. >> we'll take it. >> we have no choice. >> kind of how it works with mother nature. >> thanks rosemary. well a big reminder how dangerous it can be to speed through snowy streets. >> coming up what happened to a snowplow operator after being clipped off the roadway.
afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. welcome back. san francisco police released new images of the man accused in a vicious machete attack. authorities say the suspect slashed a person. the suspect is describeded as african american 30 to 40 years
old. 5'11" and 200 pounds. investigators say he used a large machete on a 29-year-old man from southern california. the victim suffered serious cuts to his head and hands. there's no word on any motive for that attack. and oakland police are trying to find this teenager. she's 16-year-old doselin parks she was last seen on monday possibly going towards a starbucks. she's 5'2" black hair and brown eyes. she was wearing a pink sweater, light blue jeans and had had a white backpack. wells fargo pulling the plug on more than 400 branches nationwide. they will close by the end of 2018-year. higher demand for online and mobile banking and not because of wells fargo recent scandal where sales teams were told to create fake customer accounts to
meet quotas. new account openings have plunged although shares rose yesterday. in utah dramatic foota showing the dangers of driving recklessly in the snow. a semi-truck trying to pass a snowplow. the truck got too close sending the plow across the opposite side ofhe road through a guardrail and went down a 300-foot embankment. the snowplow drive remains in the hospital. the crash should have never happen. >> if we can only go 5 miles an hour or 20 miles an hour, what makes the public think that they can go faster than we can? >> well a semi-truck driver was cited for reckless driving. the localtrict attorney will now decide whether to file ideal charges against him. well it is division playoff weekend in the nfl.
today's afc game is houston texas. the game is going to be a battle of will. atlanta has the league's highest score in offense while seattle allows the third fewest points. falcons at home are a five point favorite. all right. here is your ktvu schedule this afternoon. kick off is at 1:35. there is a special one hour edition of ktvu fox news at 5:00 and then there's the regular saturday 6:00 p.m. news and of course right after we go to that coverage this morning we're going to go to ktvu plus for mornings on 2 which will continue. last night a special honor for a splash brother clay thompson, there's his numb up on the wall. retired by his high school. margarita high school up in
orange county. he had 37 points in that championship game. thompson saying quote i oh, santa margarita. >> he talked about how long it was. it was 8 years ago. he's 26. what a stud. great player. >> what a nice event. well thanks for joining us this morning. mornings on 2 is going to end early. >> yeah, we've got some college hoop. here's a run down of what's coming up next. pregame starts up next. but we will still have more news for you. you can join us. all you've got to do is flip over to ktvu plus from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. nice and easy. >> so we're not going anywhere. you can watch both. let's keep going back and forth. 8:27 on the clock. thanks for joining us here on
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