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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 delays are building
and i think this will got out of the way, soon, and this was dropped to freemont or union city and you'll notice it. we have the middle of the east bay commute looking good here, a lot of construction here, that's been picked up. look at 80 westbound, that accident i've been telling you at buchanon, it's been moved to the side, the traffic is so slow as you drive on 80 westbound, it's from richmond and if you get to university you won't notice it. it's light, some of the traffic from the bay bridge may be held from a crash on the east side. traffic is lighter than you usual. you atthe battle, the candidate to be the next governor of california. republican john cox and gavin
newsom will be going around today. today. both john cox and gavin newsom at any their statewide campaign bus cars. and nancy pelosi hopes to be house speaker once gun the democrats gain the house of representatives. and she's on the 27 city get out the vote tour. she'll campaign with the state controller in san francisco. other stops today include a rally this morning in dublin and a phone bank in far field this morning. on election day, california voters will consider 11 ballot measures. measures. >> reporter: these ballot measures tackle the housing
crisis to homelessness to daylight savings time. lets focus on affordable housing, state could used 4 billion to make more affordable housing. >> a big argument against that taxpayers will be saddled with billions more in debt, and there's a repeal of gas tax, californians pay highest taxes in the country, and they say they need this money to make necessary improvements to seats and highways to keep drivers safe, you probably have heard for and against prop 8, it shows how much they can charge for dialysis and cap the revenue for clinics. >> dialysis companies in our view are the worst abusers of health care price explosion and price gouging of patients.
>> it will drive up the cost of care and it will show up in the emergency room where the cost of dialysis in the inpatient setting is a lot more costly. >> prop 8 is the most expensive measure, we had approach down of all of the propositions including the big races including governor on our website, go to ktvu.com and click the link on 2018. and our question of the day is, what is the biggest issue encouraging you to vote in the midterm elections, the balance of power in congress, a particular bish active or measure, sit or county leadership or you don't plan to vote, let us know what you think by voting on the ktvu twitter page and you can comment on our facebook page and we'll share those results through the the morning. >> ktvu will cover the major local and national races leading up to election night,
our coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. on ktvu plus, make sure you join us wednesday morning for mornings on 2, we have the overnight developments and the updated election results. we are learning more about a police chase from vallejo to oakland that ended with a crash and suspect being injured by police. that happened before 4:30 yesterday afternoon. it all started in the glenn cove neighborhood in vallejo after someone called police to report a man parked outside with an arrests knell in his suv, when officers -- an arson -- arsonel in his suv, the man was wearing body a more and assault rifles we i>> there was
man with assault rifles, and he was putting people in danger. it's a difficult decision that the officers had to make, the suspect was alone in the car, there's no word on his condition and no officers were hurt. the suspect in the male bomb case is in new york. cesar sayoc is facing several charges including threatening former presidents and democrats, and lawyers received more time to prepare their case. and he made at least 15 packages of homemade pipe bombs to democrats and and critics to president trump. and 97-year-old rose mallinger, thewill be
laid to rest. and a couple, the simons were married at the tree of life synagogue more than 60 years ago in the same place where they died. family and friends paid respects to 65-year-old richard go trips to las vegas trips to las vegas. if ried who shared a practice with his wife. >> i don't understand who does these massacres. the accused gunman pled not guilty, according to bowers, he said he wanted all jews to die. they're seeking the death penalty. president trump plans to sign and executive order next week, to crackdown on migrants to cross the border and restrict asylum rules. border patrol agents will deal with migrants hundreds of miles away in mexico.
an immigrant rights group is suing president trump and the did the of homeland security on behalf of migrants wanting to seek asylum in the u.s., the organization fooling the lawsuit says the president is violating federal law for not allowing the migrants to apply for asylum in the us. they're going to relish their blow out victory over the raiders. the 49ers cj was out with a wrist injury, but mullens led the 49ers to 43-9 win. the raiders get ready to move to las vegas. the fans of both teams will miss the rivalry and 69,000 fans were at the game, we have bay love, we're here having a good time, a be it's a blast. >> no one somebody angry, but
everybody just asked, this stadium could have been shared by both teams. >> despite a lot of police at the scene, there were fights in the stands. this fist fight was posted on social media. santa clara police arrested the man who was throwing the punches. overall several arrests were made, the most common charge, public intoxication, some of the buzz about the game involved what happened before the kick off. one of the 49ers cheerleaders took a lead during the national anthem. look at the screen, the other cheerleaders remain standing, there's no official confirmation of her name while she kneeled, new of the players protested duis the time, gettin homeless vets off the street, we're going to break down the new efforts to help and where we're seeing the biggest improvement. >> the warriors are the harlem
globetrotters of the mba good for the commute, the san mateo bridge, we'll tell you more about the bridges and a couple of problems along the way. way. no weather problems unless you don't like temperatures over 75, we'll have a lot of temperatures over 75 today, what about the weekend? we'll take a look. proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
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to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. welcome back this morning, president trump may have gained a boost, there was the addition of a quarter million jobs, consumers are the most confident they've been in 18 spending and robust economic growth. produce is expected to mention the added jobs when he campaigns for republicans this weekend. our timeis now 6:14,
encouraging news about homelessness, the number of homeless veterans nationwide dropped by more than 5% compared to this time last year. here in the bay area, some of the biggest drops were in san francisco, marin county and san mateo county. ben carson credits a program that gives housing vouchers and support services to veterans. and san francisco's first navigation for the homeless becomes a affordable housing development. the mission street, they closed this week it make way for the new development. construction for the 155 unit complex is slated to begin next month. almost 1/3 of the units will go to homeless families, the navigation isn't was a place where the homeless can live while they transition into permanent housing, there were services for health care and
fitting drug addiction. the first drug containing a drug from cannabis is for sale here in the u.s., it's a twice daily oral solution made from cbd, now, cbd comes from the cannabis plant but it doesn't get you high. that drug can be used to treat patients that have seizures associated with rare and severe forms of epilepsy, there's new federal funding that will provide services for people living with hiv, and london breed says the centers for disease control is paying for the city's opt in project, the grant will provide 2 million a year for 4 years, the goal is to include the overall health for living with hiv addressing gaps in the services to them. and toyota is calling 1 million vehicles year ride, the
recall scion xa cars in the us from 2004-2006. there could be an electric short that could deactivate the airbags or it could cause them to deploy made inadvertently. toyota did not say if the problem has caused any crashes or injuries, but it sounds like we could hear more about this. it could be very serious. the time is 6:16, lets check in with sal, it seems quiet on this friday morning, what's happening on the roads. >> we have a couple of things out there. however, we don't have anything maureen, which is good and traffic is slightly lighter than usual, lets look at the problems i want to mention, northbound 880, northbound 880 at stevenson, this nes, it's unusual to be backed up this way. it's not a usual backup, traffic is getting cher on 880 south, westbound 80, they're
clearing an accident here, right near the albany hill, the side traffic is improving, when you get to the bay bridge, you can see it's not as severe as it is. there's a ten machine delay backup in some of those lanes. we have mostly clear skies out there, a few high clouds continue to rotate through, it's a calm and quiet pattern, at least for another week or so. and paul says this: d paul says this: that's true we have clear skies out ther a breeze, we expect it to pick up again tonight into sunday morning. that will be the usual suspects, and other areas could get some gusts like santa cruz mountains, that's where the main focus will be and that's where it is usually. a ridge of high pressure sends in high clouds, with the ridge in the way there's a deep system going in the middle of
the country and great lakes and to the east, down to the south, that's where they're getting rain. 51 livermore there are 60s, san raphael and berkeley is if there. and 40s, wood acre 61, petaluma 47, and sebastopol 52, and vallejo 56. mild conditions to start off, 25 in truckee, rain has made it for s certainly up in the pacific northwest, seattle thin here, it's too much in the way of high pressure, it's giving us and dry pattern, no doubt about it. there may be changes around the 11th and 12th. shut willing changes, we warm up, we get a little cooler, we're still above average on those temperatures. 60s, 70s, upper 70s to low 80s, that will at any noon the weekend, i don't see much change here. in fact, tomorrow looks to be almost look a carbon copy. if you're near the coast, inland 70s, and the orange will
be the 80s, i don't think that's changing any time soon, as we get into the week, don't forget to set your clocks back sunday morning one hour. >> i'll be happy to got that extra hour of sleep, thank you. nearly two years later, there are two questions surrounding the oroville dam, the reason that the $1 billion to fix the 138 way may in the be enough. and investigators believe this teenager is in danger. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message. "look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate.
california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. ♪ ♪ connecting people... ...uniting the world. ♪♪ recently, more than $20 million has been spent in the race for superintendent of public instruction to attack my friend tony thurmond's record. well, i've worked with tony, and no one is more qualified to lead our state's schools. that's why tony thurmond is the only candidate endorsed by classroom teachers and the california democratic party. because tony will stand up to the donald trump-betsy devos agenda
and has always protected our local public schools. join me in voting for tony thurmond. let's put our kids first. today's traffic theme, name that tune. >> daniel my brother. >> that's right, daniel. >> i find people write about women. >> ah! dave, there's one, daniel, this was requested by rita, if there is a special song you want to hear, let us know, we're doing named that tune, basically the sock title has to have someone's name in it, use the
hashtag twitter, insta game and i'll choose songs from that list. >> i love that gail. >> thank you, sal. three small earthquakes hit earlier this morning, the biggest was a 4.0, and this is and they felt the shaking of an earthquake, but there is no damage. the state is completing a $2 billion project to fix the oroville dam spillway, it forced people to evacuate. federal regulators are telling california that these rebuilt spill ways will not be able to handle a mega flooding, the chances are small, it would be a level we haven't seen before, but they're spending more in
upgrades and lake oroville may be forced to store less water. and google walk out ten if they don't change policies in the work place. people have left their desks and cubicles and gathered at a quad area of the campus, this is in response to reports that goggle executives accused of sexual misconduct left the company with exit packages worth tens of millions of dollars. >> thimillion straw that broke the camel's back. >> i have had friends got hurt and had their career destroyed, not just here but everywhere. >> they want and clearer process of reporting equal pay william and in case of harassment and administration, they're looking at ideas for
workers and wants to improve policies and procedures. google officers across the world took part in the one day walk out. there were similar demonstrations in boulder colorado and kirkland and washington, they walked out in places like asia and europe and london. we'll be watching apple stock after the fourth quarter earnings said it met expectations, the stock went down 7% and the slidput it below the $1 trillion market cap. sales are flat year it flat, but cell phones are more expensive now, which helps boost products. steph curry may have new moves, the members of the harlem globetrotters visited
yesterday. and steph curry ran through a few plays, nod bad. the globetrotters will be playing at the arena in santa cruz, tickets shall still available. but, the warriors, are the harlem globetrotters of the nba. a third string quarterback puts up historic numbers, what income mullens had to say to his teammates after a blowout against the raiders. >> here we are before the midterm elections, the president is hitting it hard. i'll have more on that. traffic is getting busier on the friday, getting off the macarthur maze, and we'll update your commute coming up. >> if you enjoy yesterday, you'll like today, it will still be above above average, we'll have a look at that coming up. coming u
there is the opening bell live this morning. an hour ago, the u.s. labor department added 250,000 new jobs for the month of october, it blew through the estimates from economists, we'll have all of the business news, show time ringing the bell there, we'll have more on that coming up on dollars and cents. >> show time because steve paulson is here. >> i don't know about that, i can't live there. >> where is the rain? >> up north. >> yeah. >> it's not here. what's here, a record high yesterday, only one but it looks like gilroy is the only one that checked in. there may have been an unofficial one in santa rosa, they hit 88 degrees, 91 in gilroy, that was record. temperatures are well above average until the 11th or 12th. there are signs if we have a change around the 11th or 12th. they've on this before afternoon well, i was just
teasing, now, the wind was not,ual have this again tonight. a fire weather watch, except for high clouds, we're all set for a mild to warm day, 40s, 50s and 60s on the temperatures, i was a little on the cool side, this is 680 corridor, and it's 5 and 55. there's the rain in the pacific northwest much it's close, it's not making it here. what's making it here is nice temperatures. it's all above average, it's 60s, 70s and low 80s, 6:31, sal is here to tell us. >> the traffic is going to be busy, we have had a couple of things that keep popping up here steve. i want to mention that traffic is be slow. we have better news, remember the didn't that we've been telling you about, it's been cleared, look at the traffic, it's much better, going south is a little slow, you can tell today is a slightly better day than usual. you can see the altamont pass commute, the approach is slow,
it's going to be slow on westbound 580 and 205 and that commute never takes a break, the rest of the commute looks all right. 80 westbound, we have an earlier accident at the albany hill, that's on the side and traffic is going to be backed up at the bay bridge toll plaza, a the san mateo bridge is getting better, and at 6:32, lets go back to the desk. >> the 49ers may have a new starting quarterback for next game, after they blew out the raiders. >> here is one wide open for the touchdown. what a -- >> quarterback nick mullens replaced an injured cj bethard, he made his nfl debut since 1970, he threw three touchdown passes, he had 100 yards
receiving including a # 72-yard catch and rahim had a two yard touchdown and he had to leave with an arm injury, and he was benched in the fourth quarter for the raiders, and he had 171 yards before leaving the game. now, it's just the second win of the season, but the 49ers were fired up after last night's game, late last night they shared this video from the locker room. >> we want to get the cowboys, i said it's only preseason, that's why we played the game. >> this is preseason. >> that's why we play the game. >> nick mullens is happy. >> yeah. >> he joined the theme as an undrafted free agent, it's now, he wants to know as a starter, we have post gail reaction from levi stadium. >> the battle of the bay wasn't much of a battle, nick mullens
made the back thing looking easy, this is three touchdowns in the first nfl game, it's my opportunity that i can prove that i can play, it's the biggest thing attack your job and wore about what matters, what mattered most tonight was the team and how we played, we had seen him in the preseason do what he did, it was to see him go out and duplicate that in such a big stage. it's impressive. >> we're proud of that guy, he worked hard and i seen him, he worked hard every single day. i knew he was going to come in and perform him. >> mullens will presumably have another chance to shine in prime time a week from monday when the 9ers play the new york giant, they're not ready for prime time, after the game, he plans to bullet a championship team. he did not say how long that
might take. last night's game may have been the final battle of the bay since the raiders are moving to las vegas, there's reaction on the field and action off the field as well. even before the kick off, allie rasmus is in santa clara this morning with details. good morning, allie, you can talk about the action before kick off. people are making the rounds on social media, this picture during the national anthem. you can see one of the cheerleaders, the 49ers cheerleaders took a knee at the raiders game. the rest of the cheerleaders were standing, the cheerleaders back is turned you can't see her face in this picture. we don't know how long she's go make that statement. we skipped ahead showing a fight in the stand, it's been a fit we have been talking about this morning. it's talking about fans we have
had in past this showed you two people wearing 49ers colors throwing punches at one another, and they were arrested by santa clara police. the 9ers and nfl rivalry game had a history of past in 2011, and there was a shot and they were beaten these two teams have not met in the preseason, to prevent that last night, one police officer told ktvu, the security for last night's game is 3 times more than what they have for a regular nfl game. the police made several arrests during the gall last night all they most of those were for public intoxication. ic intoxication. police are searching for a missing and washington was last seen at the motel 6 near jack london square. police say she was with a 22-
year-old african-american man named j a.m. al and she may be a victim of human trafficking. she has brown hair and brown eye and she has a birthmark on her left cheek. her family is offering a $2,000 for information leading to her face return. democrats and republicans are getting ready for the final weekend, doug luzader is joining us live in washington. it's a busy time, the rallies are reaching a fever pitch. both sides are rallying for what could be a historic turnout. >> on stage in missouri, president trump's mega tour last night was another get out the vote effort and crackdown on 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 as they help fortify the border and it's going to make it more difficult to claim asylum, and some my grants are planning to sue hum. this is the issue that they think will help save republican control of congress. >> this is a political gift and they want to put as much attention on it as possible. they want as much media attention on it as possible, and the president in this last week is making it a piece of his argument. >> democrats are depending on health care concerns. >> and democrats are getting out the vote using famous names like joe biden and oprah winfrey. >> you're on the precipice of an historical election.
>> it's history that could be the final arbitor on which policy controls the house. >> there's been 39 midterms in the civil war, the president's party lost grounds in 36 of them and the average loss is 33 seats. and the republicans know they're going to suffer losses in the house and their goal is going to try to mitigate the losses, the democrats are hoping to get the 33 seats they need to retake the house. steph curry, staying busy, off the basketball court as well. coming up how he helped an important documentary get into the theatres. apple, an executive producer -- an apple employee is making a trek across america. america.
tell you the reason for this trip from california to new hampshire. hampshire. you may see more clouds the later you leave, the marin county commute has been looking good from novato to this point at the golden gate bridge. the weather is looking good, above normal temperatures, not as warm as yesterday, but it will be a warm friday. y.
big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you.
welcome back to "mornings on 2", cans have been spending record amounts of money, it may top $5.2 billion by election day. and there are tight congressional records, $74 million, democrats are spending millions, amists say in the toss up districts hoping to flip the house. >> the democrats are competitive in a lot of these races because of small donor financing, 25, 50-dollar donations through a third party act blue, the democrats republicans doesn't have that.
the democrats have been outspending republicans the first time on seats that have been uncontested in the past. and they have a record breaking 111 million, all of it comes from two for profit companies serving patients who need dialysis. dialysis. electronic recordkeeping started in the mid 2,000s. according to berkeley, crime fell 10% in the first half of year that includes a decrease in rapes and robberies and property crimes. but, shooting is up. they doubled in first part of the year, but none of the shootings was deadly. 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, but
staffers were evacuated yesterday afternoon, kensington police say the homemade device was made up of a plastic body containing butane, the bomb squad was called the device, police believe it was mentor to cause a panic, but they're trying to figure out who left it things, body cam video of a deadly shooting, 32-year-old joshua was fond between two homes on market. they said don't touch the gail, do not respond. he was shot by a police sergeant and three officers seconds after one officer said if that gun moves, bag him. police say was a immediate threat and they released a photo of the gun they found there. he was homeless and suffered mental illness and his family said his death should have never happened. >> he was not posing a threat directly to the officers when
he was conscious or he was sleeping, they had the opportunity to do the right thing which would have resulted in mr. being alive today. >> and this was said: said: and there's a documentary about a mass murder of black church goers. it's when a dylan killed 9 church goers at a bible study. it's been screened in film festivals, but the film's producer that curry's role as
executive producer will get that movie going worldwide. lets check in with sal where you need to go. how does it look on the road. >> it looks all right, it's better than normal, 80 west bound, sometimes it slows for 30 minutes, this is no walk in the park, it's a little better than normal, even though there was a crash, west 80, near the buchanon exit, it's been cleared final, it took a while. >> the bay bridge, it looks a little more normal, and the san mateo dunbarton bridge, it's moderately heavy. if i had to choose between one city, and tween union city and freemont, south bay we have a couple of crashes, most of them are not c so much. it's lighter than usual. >> 12 minutes before the hour
of 7 and here's paulson. >> thank you, sal, we'll get to it, and as we look at the friday forecast, it looks mild to warm again, not as warm as yesterday. good morning, steve, it is another cool morning, and we have to a get dressed and read my newspaper. >> newspaper, who does that any more. >> yeah, right. we have temperatures in the north, novato is 46. we have the 40s and 58 cloverdale with 42 being the coolest. mostly sunny and warm temperatures, the wind picks up tonight into sunday morning, no rain expected, maybe the 11th and 12th. some of the forecast models are hinting at that now, not until then. a lot of high clouds are continit. tonighth
fire weather watch is posted, and 40s, 50s and again 60s are close to it. temperatures kind of cooled off a little bit. upper 40s on the peninsula, los altos hills, 59, freemont 52 and foster city is 52, 50 in sacramento, that's the system, once it goes through the high will build in behind it again and that will crank up the breeze. there's a lot of high clouds taking aim at us. mostly sunny but there will be partly cloudies in the mix as it is in the mix. i don't think we'll see 90s like we did in gilroy, it was a record high, it will be cooler above average, we should be 10 degrees cooler than this. the pattern doesn't change much as we go into the week, if you luke today or the weekend, 60s, 70s and there will be presentat week, it will be a little
cooler. >> the time is 6:49, the company owes them money, coming up after the break, why pg&e es turning off the light. lets check in with gasia. >> good morning, file this under, i knew it, the battery on your new phone does not last as long as the bat are you on your own old phone, some may think it's a conspiracy after you spend time with a new accessory. there's another reason your battery is draining more as before. >> we're talking about the house vote and many of you, we want to say your vote is private unless you decide to share. a new app could spill the littl some say, and how the creator is responding. we'll be right back.
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market. rental visibility is up for 2011, part of the improvement is income spite and median income is up 67%, while the jump is up 30%. opponents have blocked the project from going ahead. they call it thmonster in the mission, they want all of the units to be affordable housing. >> the more that we created tension and organize, they made
it difficult to build and get approval. >> we're in a housing crunch right now, this is a crisis, we're proposing to do something, that could be shovels in the ground, mid part of next year. >> there were actually dualing rallies about this development plan, while critics demonstrated at the proposed construction site, supporters rallied in front of san francisco city hall. in livermore, there's a battle over a plan to build a hotel, retail space and low income housing are in the business district. the city council approved it which includes building a parking garage last september, they had the support of city business leaders, but the group called the friends of livermore community is spending 200,000 dollars to oppose the plan and the council members who voted for it, the council ignored public input including that from the committee. >> we think they did not do as
good a job as they could have to create a plan that has more vision and would be better suited for the town. >> the committee says they hope to put a referendum on the ballot to stop the plan. pg&e is defending itsing of shutting off the -- defending its position of shutting off the power to 60,000 customers and it will not pay claims for food that has spoiled and it made a decision out of a concern for safety because high winds could have damaged and sparked a fire. according to the sacramento b, the utility it is to turn off p they have to notify customers sooner and getting no danger
to the environment. a dutch company demonstrated the product, they demonstrated at the cal palace, local fire officials were there to see how it works. it's a water additive, it's more efficient than foam or gel and it's biodegradable. >> i think it's ten years of research is in, there it's not easy to develop it, but it's also not easy to get it to the market because it's really disruptive for you and we haven't seen anything like that. >> the company says ptx cools burning wood so it cannot reignite. >> the cannabis industry is expanding in many ways and wine maker francis ford coppolla is in the business now. she signed farms to produce a