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temperatures. yesterday, king city hit 99. stock in, 89. san jose, 91. those were all records. some fog is coming back. it's very shallow but it's on the golden gate. i think that's it so far. some of that could make it on the coast. inland, it will take another day. 40s, 50s and 60s on the temps. that fog is a sign of things to come. it will take another day for inland areas to feel it. 60s and 70s on the coast and bay. mid, low and upper 80s for others. we have been full at the toll plaza. i can show that to you now.
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there it is. traffic is slow onto the bridge. once you make it onto the span, it's not too bad but we do see crowded conditions on the span driving into san francisco. it's crowded on the bridge but slow at the toll plaza. also looking at the san mateo bridge. westbound 92 is moderately heavy. we have been looking at highway 4, it's low over the hill from concord to pittsburg and through bay point. 680 looks good from the benicia bridge to walnut creek and 880 is slow. traffic is flowing on northbound 101 in san jose. 280 and 85 look pretty good into the west valley. a scary story out of san leandro. >> investigators say someone was pulled over by a teenager impersonating a police officer.
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christien kafton is in san leandro with more information and some advice. >> reporter: we will get to those tips about what you should do if you suspect you're being pulled over by a fake officer in a moment. the victim in this case said they were driving in san leandro and someone tried to pull them over. they suspected something was off. that's when they call the real police and they made a pair of real arrest. this happened shortly after midnight. the victim tells police he was driving your bancroft and 136 avenue when he was pulled over in an official looking car. a silver ford crown victoria with a similar make and model to many police vehicles. the victim said he heard a siren and he stopped. the driver got out of the crown vic and approached his car. the suspect got out of the car, pulled a hood up over his head and approached the car. that set off alarm bells for the victim. he took off and the suspect also took off.
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that's when the victim turned the tables on the suspect, following them to get a license plate and provide a description to the real police. the alameda county deputies spotted the vehicle come up pulled over for an unrelated traffic violation. the deputy realized it was the fake police car. they say if you suspect are being pulled over by a fake officer there are steps you can take. >> make sure that it's not a police officer. if you suspect it's not, i would immediately recommend that you dial 911 if you think someone is trying to pull you over who may be impersonating a police officer. be careful. if it is an officer and you drive off, that is against the law as well. >> reporter: that deputy arrested the teenage driver of that crown victoria, allegedly for impersonating a police officer. a second adult was also arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
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there were two other teenagers in the car at the time. police say they believe those teenagers were released to their parents. police say if you suspect you are being pulled over by a fake officer, call 911 and try to verify there is a pullover and process in your area. they say you want to be sure you do pullover if it is a real officer because you would not want to try to evade arrest. there is a fine line. they also say this is a rare instance. very seldom in san leandro have they had someone try to impersonate an officer. the lieutenant we spoke with said over his career, it's only happened maybe five or six times. >> very rare but scary nonetheless. thank you. security will be tight on the milpitas high school campus after a student brought a gun to school yesterday. when the first report came in,
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students and staff sheltered in place. two other schools were also put on lockdown. police found the student who had the gun. it was turned over to the police. investigators have not said why the student had the gun but say no one was hurt. parents and students say hearing about this was frightening. >> you send them to school thinking they are safe and the next thing you know, your kid is texting you that they are under lockdown. >> i was really scared because he could've shot anyone if he was mad. >> similar incidents happened that two other schools this week. those schools are village high school in pleasanton and san ramon's twin creeks elementary. no one was hurt in either incident. the father of the elementary school student is now facing charges of child endangerment extract new information about a piedmont high school teacher discipline for inappropriate behavior with female students.mark cowherd reportedly had been placed on
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leave for a second time according to the east bay times. this was after a school board meeting where parents demanded that officials take more action. last month cowherd spent three weeks on administrative leave before he was lot back into the classroom. the superintendent said no decision has been made on how long cowherd's second leave will last. hundreds of new government documents have been released about the 1963 assassination of president john f. kennedy. they have been held from public view for decades. doug luzader has more on one of the most pivotal events in american history. >> reporter: it may take months or years for historians to judge the impact of all of these documents but there is also frustration that the government is still holding some back. what happened inside the federal government in the aftermath of that day in dallas in 1963?
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the documents by another released looked tantalizing at first. some stamped secret. >> we had our team of uva students here at 7 am. we were ready to tackle this. >> reporter: professor larry sabato and his team were anxiously awaiting the release. he was disappointed. >> if we don't get this information before those of us who lived through it die, it's going to feed the conspiracy theories forever. >> reporter: we have learned a few things about the government response. for instance, a warning that the fbi received about a death threat to lee harvey oswald before he was shot and killed. there are thousands of other documents that have not been released despite a government order to do so. in a memo president trump addressed the additional delay saying i have no choice, today, but to accept those reductions rather than ll potentially irreversible harm to our nation security. >> i would like to know exactly what happened. >> reporter: today, visitors to
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dealey plaza in dallas are fascinated by what happened. it may take more than these documents to put many conspiracy theories to rest. as far as the documents that have not been released, there will be a six month review period to see which ones may eventually be made public. cal fire said it does expect to have the four major wildfires fully contained by tonight. fire crews have been working for 2.5 weeks to get to this point. the overnight reports show the atlas fire is already 98% contained. the other three fires are about 95% contained. there is still the warning that the fires could pick up again if there is a shift in the weather. fema is being asked to clarify its immigration policies for fire victims asking for federal aid. five democratic congressman signed a letter saying some of the people eligible for fema aid are worried about being
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deported. the letter is asking fema to confirm that information from applicants will not be used to seek immigration status of those who applied for their neighbors or family members. the letter is asking for an explanation of any conditions fema would have for sharing personal information with u.s. immigration and customs enforcement or i.c.e. so many people who lost homes now need a place to live. there is a village going up in santa rosa to help. it's called the oasis village and it's being built out of shipping containers used during the burning man festival. each container is divided into three rooms and can sleep up to four people. they have a refrigerator, shelving and air conditioning and heat. the property owner is donating the space and is planning some dining and communal areas for the people living there. >> some will really like it. with the tragedy that happened,
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many people want to be around people, have people to talk to and hang out with. >> we need to think outside the box. we don't have a lot of options in this county. we didn't before this happened and we do not now. >> the 75 spots at oasis village are taken. across from the containers there is a lot available for people who have rv. there is also a volunteer effort. they are looking for donations to buy bedding, towels, food and furnishings. and for volunteers who are willing to help set up the village. if you would like to donate your time or resources to oasis village, you can find the link to the project on our website, a petaluma company that sells tiny homes called little houses on the trailer has been getting calls from people looking for temporary housing while they rebuild.
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tiny homes are portable, mounted on trailers and are usually a few hundred square feet in size. one local contractors said he will offer a tiny home that he built to a family who needs it. at 10:00, general admission tickets go on sale for a star- studded concert to raise money for victims of the wildfires. the event features acts that include metallica and dave matthews. the concert will be november 9 at at&t park. tickets range from $50-$200. some people bought advanced sale tickets yesterday. you can now go to the web links section of where we have posted a link to where you can buy tickets. president trump declares the opioid crisis a health emergency but there are questions about what happens next.
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the reason there could be a significant flaw in the white house's plan. new evidence in a case that was a subject of a netflix series, making a murderer. what lawyers say about a family member of steven avery. inland is going to be very warm and hot but the coast will have some a fog. the leading edge of cooler weather. we will talk about that and the weekend.
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accused of obstructing justice to theat the fbinuclear war, and of violating the constitution by taking money from foreign governments and threatening to shut down news organizations that report the truth. if that isn't a case for impeaching and removing a dangerous president, then what has our government become? i'm tom steyer, and like you, i'm a citizen who knows it's up to us to do something. it's why i'm funding this effort to raise our voices together and demand that elected officials take a stand on impeachment. a republican congress once impeached a president for far less. yet today people in congress and his own administration know that this president is a clear and present danger who's mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons. and they do nothing.
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join us and tell your member of congress that they have a moral responsibility to stop doing what's political and start doing what's right. our country depends on it. welcome back to mornings on 2. president trump declared the opioid crisis in america a
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national health emergency. >> as americans, we cannot allow this to continue. it is time to liberate our communities from the scourge of drug addiction. >> the president said a huge advertising campaign will be part of the plan to attack the opioid crisis. the goal would be to discourage young people from trying drugs. the experts say the studies of previous, just say no-type campaigns show poor results. democrats say what is really needed is funding for substance abuse treatment programs. >> what i would say to the president on that is, show me the money. the president has set a budget here that cuts medicaid which is the major funder of how we address opioids. >> the national health emergency declaration will last 90 days although it can be renewed every 90 days by the
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president. today is a spare the air day in the bay area. that is the 18th of the season. they are quality management district is encouraging people to carpool, cut back on aerosol sprays. they say this is the latest in the year they've ever issued a warning about smog and blamed the warmer than average temperatures, light wind combined with more traffic. the alert has nothing to do at this point with the wildfires. sal has everything to do with our commute. is everyone behaving? >> it's slightly better. this is what we want on a friday. slightly better conditions if you're driving to the bay bridge toll plaza. we can start with the macarthur maze. traffic is going to be okay. it's a little slow. they call that the berkeley curve. it's not technically in
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berkeley. you can see traffic is a little slow. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. that is also slow but once you make it onto the bridge, it is an easy drive onto the other side of the bay. this is 880 north- and southbound. traffic is okay. it's a little slow in hayward as you head south. there was a minor accident on southbound 880 as you get into hayward. after union city you should be in better shape. the dumbarton bridge looks good and on the san mateo bridge, that traffic also looks good over to highway 101. good morning, everybody. we have some fog near the coast. a little on the golden gate bridge as well. that is probably the extent of it. that is a sign of things to come as we go into the weekend. there will be more fog and it will be cooler for all.
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a pattern change by this time next week. all signs are pointing towards rain and a much cooler pattern. we may go from one extreme to the other. it's time for a change. san francisco, 78. 68 is the average. the record was 94. san jose will be close again. the forecast high is 88 and the record is 88. they set a record yesterday of 91 degrees. take a look at the temperatures. 13, denver. omaha, 34. oklahoma city, 38. minneapolis has snow. 34, chicago. it's really cool. look at this low. it does not have a ton of moisture but it is producing snow and colder air on the backside. a ridge on the west and a deep
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blow. when you get extremes like this that has to be a balancing out. that may happen in another seven days. the fog is back. that is a positive sign if you are looking for cooler weather. 40s and 50s on the temps. the fog will be shallow but it's on its way. another low will sneak in and help lift it. cooler by the coast as we go into the weekend. sunday and monday we will see temperatures getting back to where they should be this time of year. closer to the upper 60s and low 70s. clear lake, 90. vacaville will be close. a lot of upper 80s around the bay. 70s and low 80s around the bay. this entire week has been extremely warm inland. a lot of high 80s and 90s. a cooler pattern will be here soon.
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that will take us through the weekend and early next week. >> extremely warm for most people this time of year. imagine spending five months lost in the pacific ocean? that's what happened to two women and their dogs. they were just rescued. we will tell you how they survived. the entire bay area may end up paying after the north bay wildfires. the changes you may see on your next pg&e bill. ♪ that one. this. that one. ♪
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>> sam is doing it to. >> that is headbanging music. >> metallica is good. >> thank you very much for turning it up in the control room. that's why i can't hear you because i listen to music like this all my life. this is one of the bands that will be playing at at&t park for the fire relief effort. metallica, dave matthews -- if you have a song from any of those groups, i will tell you request. use the hashtag, #ktvu. i have seen metallica several times. it is worth the money.
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back to you guys. >> my mom would say about that music -- i don't like people yelling at me. why are they yelling at me? the u.s. navy rescued two women and their dogs who were stranded for months in the pacific ocean. >> the women were trying to sail from hawaii to tahiti. in late may they lost their engine and bad weather. they thought they could sail to tahiti. two months later they started sending daily distress calls but nobody answered. luckily they prepared for a long trip. they had water purifiers on board and more than a year's worth of food. >> finally, a taiwanese fishing boat spotted them 900 miles south of japan. they alerted the coast guard. the uss ashland pick them up on wednesday.
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an incredible story. pg&e reportedly wants its customers to pay the bills in cases when the risk -- utility is responsible for disasters like the wildfires. the east bay times reports pg&e executives have been pushing state regulators for permission to charge ratepayers when it's power lines cause the wildfires. right now the company and its shareholders are responsible for damages and other cost. the stock is suffering at the reports that pg&e lines may have caused some of the fires. oakland police and the fbi say they know who fired a stray bullet two years ago that killed a berkeley musician. that person will never be prosecuted for the crime. 26-year-old emiliano nevarez had just finished a performance with his band near 14th street in oakland when he was hit by a stray bullet. investigators say they identify the gunman as of 24-year-old, dejour jamerson . they say he died last year.
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>> we don't have someone we can prosecute. that person is deceased now because he was running from cops on another case unrelated to this. however, it is something that we hope will bring comfort to the family. we did not forget nor will we forget the victims here. >> the victim's mother said she's grateful to the police and the fbi for solving this case and that the person responsible is no longer a threat to anyone else. there is a new development and a 2005 murder case profiled any popular netflix series. steven avery was sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of killing photographer teresa halbach. his nephew was also convicted in connection to the homicide but his conviction was overturned. the homicide was the focus of the documentary called making a murderer. it raise the possibility of their innocence. now steven avery's attorney has filed corporate papers
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implicating another nephew for the murder. the defense claims that nephew used to computer that contained violent and sexually explicit photographs. changes are coming in the new year to part. we will show you what's being done to catch people who do not pay for tickets. >> reporter: later this morning thousands of students in santa rosa will return to classes for the first time since the wildfires nearly 3 weeks ago. we will tell you why this will be an emotional day for students and staff members.
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good morning. thank you for joining us. it's a pam cook friday. it's october 27. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. i do like friday. i can't believe october is almost over. >> i'm kind of glad it is. it's been a long month for many reasons. >> i need to ask you. the fire is almost completely contained but they say if they weather changes -- >> it will change to the positive. it will be cooler, higher humidity and more of a west wind. it's been a long stretch of warm temperatures. if you want to get to denver, bundle up. it's 13 degrees. we are sitting here baking.
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other people are freezing. i remember denver. i learned a lot there, weather- wise. that is a tough place to forecast. 34, minneapolis. i learned i was a snowbird. i like to snow -- i like to forecast the snow. temperatures and snow amounts can be varied. 43, st. louis. 51, dallas. on the west coast, its hot. king city yesterday, 99. san jose, 91. stockton, 89. modesto, 87. these were records yesterday but changes have developed overnight. we do have some fog on the coast. it's shallow but it's there and
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it's a sign of a pattern change that will eventually take a few days to kick in. 40s, 50s and 60s on the temps. a cool day on the coast and san francisco and parts of the bay. one more warm day inland and then we will see cooling through the weekend. 60s, 70s and 80s today. we do have traffic that is slow. we have cn a lighter commute for a friday which sometimes happen. let's start with the golden gate bridge. southbound 101 traffic was good from the robin williams tunnel down to the toll plaza. some of the fog is hanging out to the toll plaza. in this picture it's not foggy across the entire bridge, only at the southern end and a little at the northern end. it's not foggy near the tunnel. looking at highway 101 in san rafael, traffic is moderate into central san rafael.
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if you're driving to the bay bridge, traffic is slowing around the curve at the macarthur maze. this is a 20 minute delay before you cross into san francisco unless you are using the carpool lanes. this is a look at interstate 880 in oakland. 580 and 880 are not filled in. on the other hand if you are driving southbound on 880 through hayward, it is slow. the south bay commute is lighter than usual. we're learning there may be a new development involving the wired fire in the santa cruz mountains. this morning the santa cruz county sheriff department will hold a briefing on the results of an investigation. first responder say they recognized the suspicious nature of the fire when it began. the sheriff's office is preparing to arrest one person. the fire started 11 days ago as a house fire in boulder creek and burned 391 acres. cal fire just declared it fully contained last night. later this morning
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thousands of students in santa rosa will go back to school for the first time since the wildfires canceled classes almost 3 weeks ago. >> alex savidge is there at the kinder high school in santa rosa with more on what will be an emotional day. >> reporter: a number of students, their families lost their homes and many others were forced to evacuate over the last few weeks. today those students will return to something that feels normal. we are at piner high school. this is one of 13 schools that will reopen today. the welcome sign is up. this school community was hit hard during this disaster. 80 students at the high school lost their homes as did four staff members. it's been nearly 3 weeks since the destructive tubbs fire tour across the city of santa rosa.
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at least 24 schools in this city had to be shut down as a result of that fire and others in the area. today, students will head back to class. you can see that these are the 13 schools that will reopen today. nine elementary schools, one middle school, two high schools and a charter school. on monday morning, 11 other schools in santa rosa will be reopening as well. we are at piner high school this morning. the first bell is at 7:45 am. obviously it will be a difficult day for a lot of students. they will have counselors on hand. now to the road to recovery. vacation rental service airbnb is helping victims who lost their homes find temporary housing. about 1000 hosts have signed up
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to house displaced fire victims. the temporary housing is throughout the bay area. the press democrat reports the program was extended through mid-november. about 6000 homes were destroyed in the fires. university of california president janet napolitano said the uc system will open a new center to study free speech. it will be based in washington dc at the university center. in the past few months, there have been a lot of heated debates and violent protests at uc berkeley and other schools over what free speech really means to students. a 56-year-old man is under investigation for driving that car through a crowd of protesters. this happened and orange county to the office of california state representative ed royce. 200 people were supporting
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daca. the man was arrested on suspicion of felony assault with a deadly weapon. we do not know his name. no injuries were reported. more health concerns with contaminated water. this time in the east bay. we will tell you what was discovered at seven oakland schools and what the source of the problem could be. a day of free rides on bart could be coming to an end. what's being done to crack down on fair cheaters.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. we are looking live at the dow jones which is down a little right now. the real story today is the nasdaq. it gained almost 100 point. looking at the numbers right now it's up 73 after some good earnings reports. we were talking about the company's expected. one was amazon. it was a very profitable quarter . he picked up an additional $6.2 billion in value thanks to better-than-expected earnings reports. the stock was up about 9%. that likely puts him ahead of bill gates as the world's richest person. jeff bezos is worth $83 billion on thursday.
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about $4 billion behind bill gates. bill gates were thrust by $430 million. technology leaders climbed the ranks of the world's wealthiest people. microsoft also reported good earnings. six of the top 10 names are founders of u.s. tech companies. in a couple of weeks the san jose city council will vote on a rent control measure. a tenant group said its research shows a growing gap between rent and wages. it's rapidly pushing many san jose families to a breaking point. the group showed their findings yesterday at a rally at city hall. this is adding fuel to the rent control debate in san jose. >> the gap between what it takes to actually a for the average apartment in san jose versus what renters are making in san jose has grown by three times. >> we recognize there is an issue with a shortage of housing and the shortage of housing has really exacerbated the supply and demand issue
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which has driven the market rate for tenants up. >> the san jose city council will meet november 14 to debate a measure that would tie rent increases to the rate of inflation. a new report seems to back the theory that many bay area tech workers are moving to see out of. the real estate group zillow said home prices in seattle are going up faster than silicon valley. home prices in seattle are up 12.4%. some home prices in san jose rose 10%. homes in san francisco are appreciating less than that, up 6%. september marked the ninth month in a row for home values grew faster than any other metro region in the country. the bart ward of directors approved a ordinance aimed at catching fare cheats. it would require bart riders to show a valid proof that they paid if asked to show it. paul chambers shows us how this could save mart millions of dollars.
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>> reporter: more than 400,000 people ride bart on any given weekday. the fares help the agency bring in roughly $575 million per year. but bart said that figure could be millions of dollars more if not for fare cheats. >> the time where people get free rides is over. >> reporter: a majority of passengers are honest and pay for the right but there are some that evade the fare. bart claims it loses between $15 million and $25 million a year for people who cheat the system. to recoup some of that money, they will require people to show proof of payment. >> they will set up next to fair gates or go into trains and they will check everybody in a particular area. >> reporter: offices where you'd card readers. bart has installed these signs saying officers have the authority to randomly check passengers. >> it's going to be inconvenient but i don't think
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it's a horrible thing. if you paid the fare and you did that, you have nothing to worry about. >> if someone is coming to you come everyone is checking the ticket. everybody is not doing that. >> reporter: they said they took into consideration that some feel this policy could be looked at as profiling. the agency will require all officers to use their body worn cameras when interacting with drivers. those cameras will be checked monthly. >> we will look at age and gender and race and location. >> reporter: if caught evading, and adults will pay a citation of $75 per incident. juveniles will pay $50. for minors and those who cannot afford the fun, they will have an option for two-minute to service. although it's not possible to catch all those who evade the fare but all money recouped will go a long way. >> is not fair to the folks paying their share. that's money we can put toward cleaning the stations and hiring more police to keep the riders safer.
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6:44 am. let's check in with gasia mikaelian with what's coming up. we have been reporting on the need -- me to movement that stemmed from revelations from ashley judd. she is one woman who said harvey weinstein made it clear sex would further her career and made unwanted physical advances as well. in her first interview, ashley judd details the deal she made with weinstein about sex and what she would say to him now if given the chance. also, when was the last time you went to the movies? more americans are choosing to stay home and watch netflix and other streaming devices. the new plan some theaters are considering to get more people to the movies and how it would affect ticket prices. these stories and more. i will see you in a few minutes. halloween weekend begins tonight.
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many people are rushing to find that perfect costume to be ready for the big parties. >> we checked out a local spirit of halloween store. business is more treat than trick. the manager said sales picked up this week. this is a big party weekend. some popular costumes include scary monsters, police officers, firefighters and the commander-in-chief. >> i don't really know. it's very hard. >> that trump come over looked pretty good. [ laughter ] >> what is it? >> we are. >> other popular costumes include superheros including wonder woman. >> we want to see your halloween costume. take a selfie and send it to us via instagram or twitter. use the hashtag, #ktvu. post them on our facebook page. we will show some of those next tuesday. be creative. i think we will pick some
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original -- >> many people like to send the pictures to us. they like to see those on tv. >> we will probably also see a lot of dogs and babies in costumes. >> things that i love. dogs and babies, come on. it's like apple pie and pizza. good morning. this is a look at 80 westbound as you head out toward the macarthur maze. you will see that it is a 36 minute drive. that is better than it normally is at this time. slightly better. when you get to the bay bridge, 20-25 minute delay unless you were in the carpool lanes. once you make it onto the span, it's good to the other side. highway 24 is also getting crowded in lafayette. 680 is moderately heavy in orinda from pleasant hill to walnut creek. this is 880. it's been very slow from 238
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down to dakota road. look at the dumbarton bridge. we do not have a lot of slow traffic. on the south bay commutes, there is slow traffic. on friday we usually get a slighty lighter commute. we have some fog back on the coast. it will be a little cooler but speaking of cooler, it cold with frost and freeze warnings all the way down to texas. there is your fog bank finally making an appearance. it's been missing for a long time. it's now moving on the span of the golden gate. it's there. that's a sign of cooler weather. look at the temperatures from albuquerque through denver and oklahoma city and omaha. that is the source of your cold air. very warm air is on the west coast. that system is producing snow on parts of the great lakes and minneapolis. one extreme to the other.
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if they have very cold conditions, we must have record highs. yesterday in san jose, 91. today the record is 88 and the forecast high is 88. after today that will be it. the fog will start to make an impact over the weekend. it's filling in on most of the coast. it will start to move in over the next couple of days. it's shallow but it's there. 40s, 50s and 60s. this little guy is getting bumped along and that will start to work its way towards us. as it does, that will turn the wind more onshore and give us more of a fog bank. that will allow temperatures to cool down inland. today it's the coast in bay. tomorrow it will be everyone. by sunday and monday temperatures take the plunge. >> a gorgeous picture of the bridge. should california be three different states? voters may have two that decision. the latest push to get the issue on the ballot. stanford did not have their
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star running back but they found a way to win last night. we will show you how they escaped corvallis with a victory.
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♪[music] >> this will wake you up. >> oh, yeah. >> i like it. >> we are doing metallica songs
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today. not just because i love metallica but they are one of the bands playing at a benefit for fire victims at at&t park. it is me talia, dave matthews band. jay ez and others. if you have a song from those bands playing, hit me up on social media. instagram and twitter and facebook. >> that is quite a difference. >> yes. >> metallica and then dave matthews. >> a big difference. >> nice that they're doing that. >> california's gas tax hike takes effect next week. the state wants to raise billions of dollars for transportation projects. >> yeah. fill up the gas tank now. starting wednesday, the statewide tax on gas will jump by 12 cents a gallon. it was signed into law by governor brown in april. it will increase the license fees starting january 1st. it is expected to raise $5
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billion a year. it will help fund state and local transportation projects, including fixing potholes and reducing congestion on some of the major highways. seven schools in oakland have been exposed to water with lead levels higher than allowed under federal guidelines. they started testing back in august. administrators at some of the schools with contaminated water said they had only been recently informed of the findings. the schools with the bad water are glenn view elementary, thorn hill, brookfield, fruit vail, joaquin miller and burkehalter elementary and a charter high school. the water flowing into the school is safe but the problem is in the plumbing. there is lead in the fixtures and the pipes and it gets into the water. our time is 6:54. hayward city hall will be closed for several hours today for an emergency simulation and
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also response training. the training starts at 8:00 this morning. it will continue until 1:00 in the afternoon. it will include a lot of police officers, firefighters and paramedics. now, the city will have public information officers outside of city hall. they will be monitoring social media. they will be able to respond to any reports and also answer any questions. supporters of a plan to break up california into three separate states, not two, three, set to start collecting signatures for next year's ballet. ted traper paid for a similar measure in 2014. the plan would only create chaos, opponents say. >> greating three new legislators and governors and disrupt what we have as a state, our prison systems, higher education systems. i think diversity is what makes california great. this would ruin it. >> the plan calls for dividing
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the state into northern california which would include bay area counties and southern california which would begin in fresno and cover most of the southern part of the states. a third area would be called new california. that would include the los angeles area. even if approved by the voters, the three california plan would need permission from congress to move forward. our time is 6:56. the world series continues tonight in houston with game three. the dodgers and astros tied at one win apiece in this best of 7 series. historically the winner of game three in a dead lock series went on to win the championship 64% of the time. you can see game three of the world series tonight right here with us on ktvu fox 2. at 4:00 p.m., watch local news at 4:00. it will be followed immediately by the pregame coverage of the world series.
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if you want more local news, simple, just flip over to ktvu plus at 4:30. last night stanford escaped corlavias and beat oregon state. they had a costly fumble recovered by the cardinal in beaver territory. chris was able to get his team down the field. and this set up the winning score with less than 30 seconds on the clock. >> three yards away from a win. under center. jump ball. touchdown! >> jj whiteside caught the go- ahead touchdown. stanford wins. they improve their overall record to 6-2 now. the cardinals play washington state next week. the cal bears hit the road. they're playing colorado tomorrow in boulder. cal is coming off of that heart
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breaking loss against arizona. tomorrow's game starts at 11:00 a.m. now, the warriors, they play tonight against the washington wizards. a tough challenge when they play one of the best backcourts in the nba. john wall is averaging almost 23 points and 10 assists a game. he is also a good defender too. the warriors are good too. coming off an exciting win. but they won't have shaun livingston. he will be attending a family funeral. both the raiders and the 49ers flying to the east coast for some tough road games on sunday. the raiders going across country to play the buffalo bills. that is 10:00 a.m. pacific time. however, the raiders feeling a lot better about themselves after beating the chiefs last thursday on this last play of the game. the buffalo bills are 4-2.
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they're about a field goal favorite over the raiders. the 49ers also have an early sunday morning game back east. the 49ers will be playing the 6- 1 philadelphia eagles. the odds makers, they're not giving the 49ers much of a chance. the 49ers were beaten badly by the dallas cowboys last week 40- 10. there is an interesting point though. the super bowl contending eagles need a left tackle and there's been talk that they may be interested in going after long time 49ers tackle staley. we will see. the 49ers game against philadelphia starts at 10:00 sunday morning. >> reporter: new documents in the aftermath of the jfk assassination that used to be
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secret. i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on the latest release coming up. san leandro police arrest a teen they say was impersonated a police officer. what to do if you think you are being pulled over by a fake cop. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> welcome back. it is now 7:00 this friday morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. we're talking about your friday weather. steve knows everything that you need to know. he is right here. >> i hope so. there is fog on the cost. it is a start after a hot day inland. not the case on the coast. they started a cooldown. that will kick into cooler gear, if you will. king city 99, stockton 89. san jose, 91 was a record. modesto, 87. even some in southern california but not the number that's we saw the last couple of days. fog near the coast. it will be sunny. more fog and cooler over the weekend. cooling continues and a pattern change by this time next week. cold


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