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good morning to you, it's friday, november 2nd, 2018, i'm pam cook. >> and i'm dave clark. >> and the weather. >> it's rocketing yesterday up to 90 degrees in gilroy. it will be pretty warm, there will be temperatures above average over the weekend, we have to focus our self on another north, northeast breeze for the hills and it goes through saturday and into early sunday morning. high fire danger again. the ridge of high pressure is content to hang around here. 40s and 50s and 60s around the bay. we're looking for 60s in the oakland hills, it's warm at 67, berkeley is itself is rather mild at 61 degrees and alameda is at 60 degrees. it's moving through the cascades but not down here. it's being deflected out of the picture, another warm day, 70s
and 80s. >> we'll roll out if the yesterday's forecast, it looks the same? >> it's a couple of coolers kids. >> it's just a smidge cooler. >> a smidge. >> i learned that word from you. who knew 580 and 205, a little traffic here. it seems better than it normally is. we'll see what happens later on. fridays we have less volume, sometimes that helps. the altamont backpacks approach, this is friday, so far so good from livermore, pleasanton and hayward, there's been no major issues on interstate 880 driving to downtown oakland, they're starting to pick up the closure
on 880 northbound, 501, back to you at the desk. we're approaching election day. >> and we're looking at the vote for the next governor of california. >> i'm getting texts asking for my final vote. there's a push for election day. and democrat gavin newsom is ahead of republican john cox. has 58% voter support to cox's 40%. they're on bus tours to meet with voters. cox blames politicians and interest groups for making california too expensive. gavin newsom is talking about standing up to donald trump. and they need 23 seats to take control of the house and they need 2 additional seats to take
control of the senate. they're making a final push to get out the vote. >> you're going to have 30 to 40 people per 2 hour effort. it's important to get out here, and we have more too many to do texting. >> and we're doing a lot of phone banking to make sure we get the republican vote out on this election. president trump plans to make stops in 8 states ahead of the midterms to rally voters, the election day is tuesday, november 6th. they can mail them and in many cities that's the city hall and the government building, there's information on our website, ktvu.com and there's a list under our website. and if democrats get the house, nancy pelosi will be
elected again. she'll campaign with california controller and at at labor union rally. other stops include a rally in dublin and the phone bank this evening. we'll cover the major and local and national races throughout the rest of the weekend on election night. our coverage then begins thursday, tuesday night, 7:00 on the ktvu plus, then join us wednesday morning on "mornings on 2" with the overnight developments and the updated results. the 49ers have this weekend off. they can relish their blow out victory over the raiders. >> touchdown. now, with one of the players out with an injury, nick mullens of the 49ers led the 49ers to a 34-3 win. this could be the last battle of the bay, as the raiders get
ready to move to las vegas. the fans of both teams will miss this rivalry. more than 69,000 fans were at the game. >> look we have bay love here, 9ers and raiders fans. we're here to have fun with our family and tailgating and drinking. >> no one is angry, everyone is sad. this stadium could have been shared by both teams. >> despite all of the police that were out there in the game there were some fights in the stands. this fifers fight was post on social media, santa clara police say they arrested the map who was throwing the punches, overall there were 7 arrests, the most common charge is public intoxication. some of the buzz about the game involved what happened before the kick off. one of the cheerleaders took a nearby city during the national anthem. the other cheerleaders rammed standing, that cheerleader's back is tornado, we don't know her nape, while she kneeled,
none of the players protested during the anthem. and we're learning more about a police chase that ended with a crash and the suspect shot and injured by police, that chase ended at 22nd avenue and international boulevard before 4:30 yesterday afternoon. this started in the glenn cove neighborhood in vallejo after someone called a police about a man with a arsenal in his suv. the suspect shot at him and the officers shot him back hitting him multiple times. he was wearing body armor and the assault rifles were found in the suv. >> he had assault weapons and pursuits are dangerous and so is a person with assault rifles and pistols and putting people in taker. it's a judgment call and the ultimate decision that the officers have to make. >> there's no word on his condition, but no officers were
hurt. >> our time is 5:06, no details this morning about the three- year-old boy about the boy who was shot in oakland. the father was charged with felony child abuse. according to the criminal complaint, 29-year-old page told that a gun was hidden on top of a interat the same time center, his son must have climbed up and grabbed the gun and shot himself. the three-year-old was shot in the stomach, he's in critical condition at oakland children's hospital. today in miami, the suspect in the nationwide mail bomb case is due in court. 56-year-old cesar sayoc is facing five charges, mailing an explosive or threatening former presidents. also today prosecutors are expected to present more evidence. this past monday, cesar sayoc's lawyers asked, they received more time to prepare
case. they believe cesar sayoc mailed 15 mail bombs to critics of president trump and democrats. and the president has ordered soldiers to help border patrol agents to deal with the possible arrival of migrants coming up from central america, and the president, they say is violating for them not to apply for asylum in the u.s., he said the troops could fire on the migrants if there is a clash. >> they want to throw rocks at the military, our military fights back, consider it a rifle, when they throw rocks like they did at the mexico military and police, i say consider it a rifle. >> president trump says he plans to sign an executive order next week that could lead to the large scale detention of migrants crossing the southern
border. our time is 5:08, the final funeral will be held today in pittsburgh, pennsylvania for wanted the victims of the mass shooting in the synagogue. rose mallinger the last of the victims to be laid to rest, she was 97 years old and a couple, the simons, were married at the tree of life synagogue more than 60 years ago the same place where they died. and family and friends paid respects to richard gottfried a dentist who shared his practice with his wife peg. >> i don't understand what is in these people's minds, minds that do these mass murders and massacres. the accused gunman robert bowers pleaded not guilty, according to an after the, bowers told police he wanted all jews to die. he wants a trial. prosecutors are seeking the
death penalty. it's 5:09, investigators are searching for a missing girl from oakland. coming up, the reason they think she could be a victim of human trafficking. and a recall of cars around the world, the airbag problem with some toyotas, coming up. >> on the road, highway 24 traffic looks good to the tunnel so far as you drive into oakland. well, really warm, november 1st, today will be warm, not as warm as yesterday, we'll take a look coming up.
welcome back to "mornings on 2", toyota recalling 1 million vehicles worldwide to fix airbag problems, the recall calls # 0,000 scion cars in the u.s., an electric short can damage the circuits andrea activate the airbags and seatbelts or it can cause the systems to deploy inadvertently. owners will be notified in december and they'll replace the unit. they haven't said whether it caused . the time be watching apple stock this morning, the fourth quarter missed s mostly met
shipment estimates on iphones and the stock within the down 7% and sales have been flat year to year, but iphones are more expensive which boosts apple's private. and there's a meeting with chinese counterpart in beijing expressed optimism that the two countries can work together. the president tweeted yesterday he had a good conversation with the chinese president and a heavy emphasis on trade. and they've hit $250 billion of chinese products with tariffs. >> the president said if we get a good satisfactory deal he won't impose new tariffs and he may remove some tariffs. >> the talks could move either further during the g20 meeting in argentina at the end of
november that's the too many is federal grand jury is accompanying china and taiwan and micron is being targeted. it produces technology to store memory into electronics. the theft of trade secrets is worth $9 billion. and they individuals were charged yesterday. >> kind of like any advanced nation, it has to decide whether it's to be arrange trusted partner known around the world as a dishonest regime. the justice department vows to crackdown on spying by china. president trump is tapping a state department spokesperson, heather naya rt as the next ambassador to the united
nations. he met with her last week and she's a former fox journalist who joined the state department as the spokeswoman about a year ago. it was last month that nikki haley said she would be leaving that job at the end of this year. senator dianne feinstein met with cal fire this season. it turned out to be one of the worst fire season in history. the mendocino complex fire alone burned 50,000 acres and became the largest wildfire in state history. senator feinstein said drought and global warming are contributing to the risk of wildfire. >> global warming is happening, my own gut tells me that there is going be something acute that all of a sudden we will realize, my good, this is real. why didn't we move faster? >> california continues to endure drought conditions which
has caused millions of trees to die fire and clear dry fuel fro forest lands and in an attempt to reduce wildfires. >> i've noticed a lot of crews clearing the nonnative plants especially. >> we're not getting rain. >> we'll talk about that in a second. >> it's 5:17, lets get you out the door. sal can handle that. >> good morning, dave and pam, right now we have traffic looking good for the gilroy supercommute that we check in with at this time, northbound 101 from gilroy to san jose, what a nice looking drive, even though this are a couple of minor incidents, we're not causing small traffic, it's light getting into the valley, for now, it looks good no that valley. this is 280 and san jose downtown, you can see traffic is blocking good. in the a lot to talk about here. when you got to bay bridge, we
don't see a big apartment of traffic. usually by this time, on a monday through thursday commute, we see a crowd, at 5:30, this isn't filled in, it's lighter than usual. we got 12 minutes, we'll see what happens. 18 minutes after 5, mr. steve paulson. >> set your clock back one hour sunday morning. >> hey, i wanted to ask you -- >> isn't daylight savings, doesn't it end before halloween. >> i think back in the day it did, they moved it to november 4th. >> it used to start later too. >> this sunday set your clock back one hour, pamela. >> yes, thank you. >> and you too. >> lets get to it. gilroy s 90 degrees on thursday. that broke the mark of 86 degrees, it will continue, the forecast models yesterday,
we're hinting at that, thereupon all in sink, and a cooler pattern looks to be developing around that. we'll see, though, they've done head fakes with us many times before, when a pattern locks in, it's tough to break down, there's a possibility of a change here. >> a fire weather watch is around the northeast hills. plenty of rain for some, everything goes to the west coast and drops down in and the inner mountain region picks up oomph from the northeast down to florida. high pressure is flexing its muscle, 40s and 50s and 60s and there are mid-50s a few upper 40s here, dan have is 48 and 49 in pleasanton, and it's 57, 59 here and 23 in truckee we see some of the rain that made it into washington and oregon, not a lot, but a little bit. we get a few high clouds and above normal temperatures and
the high pressure system might back off today, it will be a warm afternoon not as warm as yet, well above average on the high, a little cooler, but it looks like even going into the week, temperatures will rebound back again, 60s, 70s and 80s on the temperatures today, there could be patchy fog but above all we're up on the temperatures. what you see today will be carried in tomorrow. if you're inland you'll get 80s than will take us into the weekend and probably early next week, pretty quiet. thank you, steve. 5:20 is the time right now. putting out flames while preserving the environment. up next, we'll show you the new dutch product on display on the bay area and local firefighters are impressed first another day of searching for victims in a deadly plane crash, what investigators from indonesia learned overnight.
welcome back. we're learning more details about the lion arielle nixon craft that crashed into the sea, the pilot on the previous flight requested to return to the airport not long after take off, but then reported the member was resolved, the pilot on monday also made a return to base request minutes before the crash. data from flight tracking websites said both flights had highly erratic speed and
afterwards for the take-off. the plane took off after selage and there may be more demonstration it is google doesn't change the way it handles sexual harassment in the work place. a group of google employees walked off the job at corporate headquarters in mountain view, they gathered at the quad area of the campus. the google protest was in response that executives who were accused of sexual misconduct left with an exit package of $90 million. >> i've seen people have their careers destroyed by this, not just google but everywhere. >> they want to end pay and inequality between men and women, have a clear process for reporting complaints and eliminate the policy of forced arbitration and they're examining the constructive
ideas of workers want to improve company policies and procedures. and workers at going will officers in the world par took in the one day walk out, there were similar demonstrations in cities, including boulder, colorado, kirkland, washington, and they walked out of offices in europe, asia and london. the first drug containing an ingredient involving cannabis has been approved in the u.s., this is a twice daily oral solution, it's got trips to las vegas bd, the drug can treat -- cbd, it can treat patients with rare and severe forms of epilepsy. new funding will help people living with hiv, the mayor london breed said the
centers for disease control will fund the opt in project. they'll provide $2 million over four years. the goal is to improve the overall health of people living with hiv by addressing gaps in the services available to them. it's now 5:26, one east bay city where the crime rate has gone down, the report on the decrease of robberies and assaults. shattering records across the country, the amount of money generated in donations and going into the midterm election.
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good morning, welcome back to "mornings on 2", here's your beauty shot to start off an early friday morning. this is for you. >> pick your spot, where you want to go. >> i can go anywhere in the world, here locally this is a pretty spot. >> thank you for joining us, welcome back, friday morning, november 2nd, i'm dave clark. >> and i'm pam cook. it looks like a nice day to get on the water. >> very smooth, like glass, you can see the ridge of high pressure, it's parked here until at least the 10th and there might be changes after that. high clouds continue to rotate down, that's about it. temperatures whos, 50s and 60s, a little -- 40s, 50s and 60s,
livermore is 52, fair felled and napa airport are at 47, wood side is 49, low 50s for some and half moon bay and monetary a -- monterra, any rain up north? way up north, and seattle continues to be up there. we get high clouds, that's about it. day-to-day changes, one day a little cooler, and the next day a little warmer, 60s, 70s and 80s. 5:30 on a friday, and sal tells us, we're actually doing okay. >> we're doing okay. we have a little bit of slow traffic out there. we have had a couple of incidents, it's not completely like, i would say i like what i zoo he so far. look the solano supercommute. it's over to the west of marin
county. it looks good from westbound will 880 to vallejo and traveling to hercules, there is traffic on westbound 80 as you come up on the buchanon exit, near albany hill. they're clearing the accident there. traffic will be a little slow as you drive. you can see traffic is going to be a little slow. it looks lake a telephone poll was hit in that. this is a look at 80 westbound at the bay bridge, and the toll plaza it's lighter than usual, the metering lights are not on right if you, they're usually on. they're looking for a missing 16-year-old girl from oakland. washington was last seen along the embarcadero near south jacqueline square. she was with a 22-year-old african-american man and may be a victim of human trafficking.
she is 5-foot 8 and has brown hair and brown eyes. she has birthmark on her left cheek, the family is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to her safe return. there were tense moments in the east bay hills where police investigated a suspicious device in the parking lot of kensington elementary school, no students were on campus at the time, but staff was there this afternoon. it was made up a plastic bottle containing butane. the bomb squad was called in to handle the device. they believe it was meant to cause panic, they're working to figure out who left it there. and the time is 5:32, joshua was found between two homes, and police were yelling don't touch the gun, but he did not respond. he was shot by a police
sergeant and three seconds after an officer said, if that gun moves, bag him. he was a immediate threat and they released a photo of the gun they say they found. he was homeless and suffered from mental illness, and a lawyer representing his family said his death should never have happened. >> he wasn't posing a threat when he was conscious and sleeping, the officers had ample opportunity to do the right thing which would have resulted in mr. being alive today. >> oakland police released a statement that says, the oakland police department acknowledges that any officer- involved shooting is heartbreaking for all involved and impacts our entire community. and a federal grand jury has indicted four members of a white supremacist group connected with violent rallies in huntington beach, berkeley and san bernandino. these men are accused of in
citing violence at these rallies, each is charged with conspiracy and rioting, they're scheduled to be arraigned next week in los angeles. and four others are charged with in citing a riot that turned deadly in charlottesville, virginia. and the governor will be talking about the future of energy and the future of economic policy in california. the event begins at noon. and campaign donations in this midterm election are breaking records all over the country. analysts say 4.7 billion has been spent by candidates and their supporters around the country so far. that number will probably top 5.2 billion by spending in the california
target book, democrats are spending millions in toss up districts hoping to flip the house. >> the democrats for the first time are extremely competitive in a lot of these races because of small donor financing, $50 donations, act blue, the democrats are outspending republicans for the first time in seats that are uncontested in the past. a measure would cap the process of dialysis clinics, they have a record breaking $111 million, all that money is coming from for profit companies that serve dialysis patients, that's the most money put into defeating a public measure since the 2,000s. and while democrats and
republicans are getting ready for the midterms it, doug luzader, they're reaching the fever pitch. both sides are rallying for what could be a historic turn out. >> the president got good jobs numbers today of the that's important, we're likely to hear him talk about immigration as we head towards tuesday. >> on stage in missouri, president trump's magnet tour was another get out the vote and a push to crackdown on the migrant caravans making it to the border. >> these are tough people and we're not letting them into our country, they're not coming in illegally. >> that as some of the first troops the president is sending south to help fortify the border, they're making it more difficult to claim asylum and some migrants are planning to sue him. this is the issue that the white house that the
republicans will help save the control of congress. >> they want to put as much attention on it as possible and they want as much media attention as possible, and the president is making it a piece of his argument. >> the democrats are playing on health care concerns and they're putting big names to put out the vote from joe biden to oprah. >> you're on the precipice, the very precipice of historical election. >> but it is history that could be the final arbitor for the house. >> the president's party has lost ground in the house, the average seat loss is 33 seats. history is not on the republican side here. the idea is trying to mitigate some of those losses, tow keep
them below 23 sees, that's how many democrats would need to win to take control of house. back to you, guys. a new report shows a drop of crime in berkeley, according to berkeley side, crime rates fell by 10% in the first half of the year. that includes rapes, robberies and property crimes. the number of shootings was up. according to the update of the berkeley police department, shootings doubled in the first part of the year and none of the shootings were deadly. and they continue to search for the suspect who wounded three teenagers on halloween night. it was two hours after an event where 700 kids and their parents were trick-or-treating. they were hanging around the closed isn't when they were shot. >> the suspect walked up to the group and words were ex changed and then he shot at them.
>> police say the victims are a 14-year-old boy and 15-year-old boy and foreboy. and we're hearing more about the fond memories of mccovey. >> any time he was in the club house, he made a point asking how my family and i were doing. it was obvious he paid attention and asked about each player. player. a team set up a flower wreath and his jersey number 44. in retirement he raised millions of dollars for the junior giants, a freegirls in c oregon. and the overseer of the youth program said he was always rien when he was a kid to
play baseball and learn all of the things at that come with that. he could translate that to the kids, decades later. and children in the program learn about baseball fundamentals and leadership and the importance of education and preventing bulgying, he made such an impression. >> never -- >> he did. >> our time is now 5:40, do you plan to vote this weekend, the midterm election, coming up at 6:00, the local propositions that are expected to be close once the votes are counted the 9ers and the raiders have the last battle of the bay, the highlight from the blowout matchup. many people living with diabetes
life. to the fullest. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
welcome back have a new starting quarterback after blowing out the raiders for their next game. >> here is one wide open for the touchdown. what a start for nick mullens. at the end of -- >> he replaced an injured cj and he was unfazed by his prime time debut. he made the greatest statistical performance he threw 3 touchdown passes and george kittle had a hundred receiving, he had a 52-yard touchdown, and he had to leave the game though with an armed injury after that. on the side line, derrick car was bermuda in the 4th quarter, he completed the passes 11 yards before leaving the game. it's the second win of the
seen, the 49ers were fourth up after the game and the team shared this om. >> we came in this locker room, we say it's preseason, but that's why we play the gail. it's preseason, and that's why we play the game [ cheering ] >> nick mullens joined the team as an undrafted free agent and now it's 1-0 as a starter, and we have more postgame reaction from levi stadium. >> reporter: the battle of the game wasn't much of a battle thanks to nick mullens making it look the starting gail easy he has 3 touchdowns and the most yards for anyone starting in game d worry about what matters and what mattered sodo it see hum go out and duplicate that in such a big stage, it
was impressive. >> i'm proud of that guy, worked hard, i seen him and played with him three years, he worked hard every single day, i knew he was going to perform well, i just hope he was going to get hill the dud. >> and have a ner chance to play when the 9ers -- have another chance to play when the 9ers play the giants. he plans to build a championship team, he did not say how long that might take. that may have been the last battle of the bay football game and there was a lot happening off of the field too and before the kick off and ally race must joins us live right now, gong good morning? >> good morning, there were several arrests made last night at the game, mostly for public intoxication, but there is a heavy police presence and the final battle of the bay and the
raiders here at levi stadium, the nostalgia and heavy security, that didn't stop some fans from battling out on their own in the stands during the game. there's video of several fights posted at social media, two people are wearing 49ers covers, and police are arresting the man destroying punches, a raiders man was trying to break up this fight and keep it men apart. the rivalry game has had a history of problems with violence in the past. two teams didn't meet in the preseason, ever since 2011, two men were shot in the bay, one bike police officer told ktvu that the 9ers matchup has a regular nfl game. also creating a buzz, something happened before kick 49ers chee
a knee during the national anthem. we don't know anything about the cheerleader who kneeled. her back is turning the video, you can't see her face, none of the football players kneeled this time during the national anthem. as for the action of the field, the 9ers beat the raiders 49 to 3. the 49ers don't play this weekend, they have a few more days to soak in that resounding victory last night. ctory last night. the time is 5:47, on election day, a south bay man would will be quitting husband job at apple to make a unique journey across america, be running at 5,000 miles. >> you're crazy, that's what i get. that was mattie greg, he plans to spend 9 months running through 29 states. he expects himself to be on his
feet 22 miles a day, every day. >> it's a bucket list item for me, i turned 40, and i figured it's something competely out of the norm and different. >> he has a unique reason for this unique journey, frank mallicoat will join us later and talk about the deeper reason for greg's trip and what he plans to do when he gets to new hampshire. >> frank mallicoat will have that. what do i want to know from sal? sal's traffic jams, do we have a theme? >> i was think about this, we don't have a theme yet. maybe we can do rain songs to do the rain. >> that's not a bad thought. i know we roll the clock back. >> what did you say? >> we're rolling the clock back an hour. >> fall back in time. >> i like that, i don't know
how we would work that into a theme. >> we'll come back. we got to go, westbound 580 as you get out towards the commute, lets go out and take a look at the commute here, no major members, it is a 5 at 580 traffic is moving along okay to dublin, it's lighter than usual in some spots, life this on a friday, you can see just a little bit of traffic here at the bay bridge, now, lets go to steve. >> hold on there, sal. >> the lady who is producing wants me to go fast. >> now, we can go. >> thank you very much. lets got to it here, we have a quiet pattern, yesterday was very warm as you know, there are record highs, gilroy set a record high, do 5:00 p.m. sun sets go together, of course, they do, november 1st, why not. a 90-degree temperature.
it broke the gilroy at 90, and there are signs the 11 or 12th. there may be rain on november 11 or 12th. until then probably not. there will be an increase of wind coming out give us a fi weather watch. that will take us to sunday. and the ridge of high pressure will bring us everything in the mountain region and goes southeast and the deep south and they're getting cooler temperatures, and we have a few 60s in the mix, there are 40s, e 40s, santa clara is at 52 and campbell 51, sacramento 51, and monterey, and seattle and portland has a little rain. everybody except us, it won't happen soon here, maybe the 11th or 12th. another warm afternoon, not as warm as yesterday, but a
little cooler but not much a difference. 80s, yesterday we had a couple of upper 80s to near 90, santa rosa was 88, we'll bring it down today. 60s and 70s and into early next week, not much changed, quiet. set your clock back sunday morning by one hour. >> the actual is 5:51, enraged by a san francisco housing development. we'll tell you why critics rallied against the monster in the mission.
here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
welcome back to "mornings on 2", there's a controversial construction prop proposal will be rescheduled probably for next year. thursday's meeting at mission high school was cancelled suddenly because of safety concern. there's a lot of tension about this project. a developer wants to build 331 units of housing, it 46 market rate. for five years, opponents have blocked the project from moving ahead. they call the project the monster in the mission. they want all of the units to be affordable house. >> the more we create the
tension and organize, it made it difficult to build and -- >> this is a crisis we need to build projects now, weaver proposing to do something that could be struggle -- we are proposing to do something that could be shovels in the ground next year. >> critics demonstrated at the proposed construction site. supporters have rally in front of -- rallied in front of san francisco's city hall. movie director and wine maker francis ford c opolla signed a tell with a business that owns marijuana farms in humboldt county to produce a series of pot products. it's known as the growers series. they'll be packaged in a tin shaped bottle. several other major well-known
drink makers have jumped into the cannabis industry. nnabis industry. it is 5:56, a new product promises to put out fires using half the water and with no danger to the environment. a company from the netherlands demonstrated the product, it's called period of time it. x, some local fire officials were there to see how it would work. it's a water additive, the company says it's more efficient than foam or gel, they also say it's biodegradable. >> i think there's 10 years of research in there, it's not easy to develop it, but it's also not easy to got into the market. it's really disruptive and no one has seen anything like this before. >> now, the company says, ptx also cools burning wood so it cannot reignite. >> 5:56 is the time, a police chase that spanned more than 30 miles, ended in a violent
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the race for governor is heating up, we'll tell you where the candidates are today and the closer look at the important measures on the ballot and the 49ers faithful, we have highlights of the battle of the bay and why the police were busy on the sidelines. sidelines. good morning, thank you for joining us, friday, november 2nd, i'm dave clark and pam cook is here as well, and steve paulson has your forecast. >> thank you, dave, it will start tonight. it will be a high fire danger, and gusts again northeast bay hills seem to be the prime suspects for this. it doesn't mean that this can't happen elsewhere, but that's usually where we get the
strongest gusts. sunday morning, you can see the ridge of high pressure sending in higher clouds much yesterday was a warm day. 50s and 60s on the temperatures. 67 in berkeley, 61, 59, 57 from alameda to san francisco. rain is up north, athletes someone is getting rain, not in the state of california. we're getting high pressure and warm temperatures, they should be 66 for 72, we're well above that. it won't be as warm, but it will be fies, and 60s, 70s and 80s. >> 6:00 in the morning, on a friday, so far so good. >> we have a couple of things, for the most this commute was better than it was this time. >> lets go and look north bound at 880 and freemont. normally the traffic going the other way is a big deal. today, northbound it will be slow and