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bit. >> not much for us. >> not a whole lot. now that 5:00 is rolling around, the sun pops up quick. the lows cool off. that changes for sure. if you're looking for rain, doesn't look like anything this week. fog down towards san jose. most locations are clear but there's a little hint of fog out there. good morning, gasia, by the way. 040s on the temperatures. santa clara valley, 53 station. fog in san jose. 53 in cupertino. boulder creek at 45. quiet pattern, fog is heavy. in the 60s and low 70s.
the main 70s ind land. everything up and over the ridge of high pressure. 30s to 60s. brentwood and tracy, 61 to 64. 53 in berkley and 58 in redwood city. if you're traveling up to the airport, we are getting some rain up there. looks like just today and after that things should calm down a bit. we had a lot on the horizon coming up. 60s in the temperatures, above average. sal has been busy. still busy, we're starting off with the east shore freeway and talking about 80 westbound, the drive to get to the mcarthur maze. almost 45 minutes. there's a crash west a motorcycle accident blocking a lane making things worse. but after that you can see here a 20-minute delay, no problems
in san francisco although it's crowded as you drive up to the 80 and continue out to the area. interstate 880 opened north and south. still looks pretty good. in downtown oakland before it gets really slow. the san mateo bridge and dumbarton bridge is moderate. southbound commutes filling in. 7:02, back to you. sheriff's deputies searching for a gunmen in san rafael who shot three people killing one of them at a detox center early this morning. lee martinez has been at the scene throughout the morning, as she's live now to bring us the latest. >> the coroner was on scene in the last hour and we still don't have identities yet for the three victims. one victim is deceased who was killed at the scene. an adult male. the other two taken to the hospital. we don't know at this time if
they were patients, staff members. if you look up towards the hill, you can see center set up here by the sheriff's office. they are still searching for the gunmen, we're told. just after 2:00 this morning, there was a report that three people were shot at he len vine detox center on smith ranch road. one victim died at the scene. the other was taken to the general hospital. no word on conditions this morning. marin county sheriff's detective as well as cph arrived athe scene. the gunmen has not been found . while san rafael isn't immune to crime, it does have low crime rates. over the summer it has its first homicide since 2011. a murder suicide in terra linda
was reported. again, we had chp out here looking with the helicopter but the gunmen has not been found. the search is still on for this shooter. we do not have the identities of the three victims at this time. in san rafael, lee martinez, ktvu news. the day before the midterm elections gavin newsom the democratic candidate for governor tied at seven will appear with senator pamela harris and governor jerry brown at the chapel on valencia street. he campaigned along side new sm at churches in the los angeles area. republican candidate for governor john cox is scheduled to be at the platinum auto body and collision shop on san pablo avenue in berkley at 10:00 this morning. yesterday he campaigned in the
central valley and polls out conducted showing new sm leading by 20% in points over john cox. new sm is reported by 58% of likely voters. . both president trump and mike pence on the campaign trail today. he rallies in north dakota and montana. president trump travels to ohio, indiana and missouri. yesterday in tennessee the president told the crowd there voters should be encouraged by the nation's economy and there will not be a blue wave for the democrats. >> you don't hear so much about that big blue wave anymore. they may do fine [ crowd booing ] but you don't hear about the wave coming. . >> tomorrow the election may come down to voter attorney out. a new harvard university poll finds 40% of 18-29-year olds plan to vote tomorrow.
time now is 7:05. senator dianne feinstein has a event scheduled in san francisco, a day after she cancelled the event in orange county. she cancelled her aexperience at a gun control rally because her campaign manager says she's getting over a cold. she was supposed to speak along side a school in florida. she leads de-leon 27% to%. >> it's clear many are excited about tomorrow's midterm election. a spoke person with the santa clara county registrars office says they have 800,000 registered voters for this election, the most they have ever had. many people in the bay area are talking advantage of early voting opportunities to in order to avoid long lines tomorrow. we talked with one man in
oakland who said he voted early because he had trouble reading the ballot. >> they do a good job of helping people. it's my first coming hee to vote and to help me do what i needed to do to vote. >> many bay area counties say early voting has been high in participation. . we hope ktvu remains your source for election coverage tomorrow. we'll be live starting at 7:00 p.m. and join us wednesday for mornings on two for all the overnight developments and up to the minute results. our time now is 7:07. an amber alert in effect for two south bay children in foster care. the 33-year old was having a supervised visit on friday with her children. the one year old and eight-year old vanished when child protective service worker was
taken to the both room. when the worker went to look for the mother and son, paris sill la also disaer peered. police believe she may be headed to colorado springs. if you have any information, call the police at 911. we're learning more about a man shot and killed over the weekend by a deputy sheriff in danville. neighbors of 33-year old lort mer at an apartment complex say he acted strange but they have never seen him do anything violent. someone in danville reported him acting suspicious. the sheriff's deputies tried to talk to him but he took them off in his car leaving him at a chase at a busy intersection. one officer said he was afraid he would be run over firing his gun and killing him. >> that's the last thing i want for him to happen. i would have preferred for him to get help and everything be okay. >> the deputy fired his gun had high nor injuries. he's been identified deputy
sheriff andrew hall now on paid administrative leave. a woman has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after two separate crashes that injured seven people in discovery bay. it happened at 5:00 yesterday even on eastbound highway four. investigators say a white subaru driven by 33-year old megan campbell hut a motorcycle and drove away. the investigators say she then crashed head on into a car heading westbound on highway four. five people in that car suffered major injuries. the motorcycle rider was also hurt. mrs. campbell suffered only minor injuries f. you have any information about this crash, call the chp. cal fire is warning we are still at major risk for wildfires. california's wildfire season got off to a disastrous start earlier this year. more than one and a half millions of acres burned across our state include thanksgiving deadly mendocino complex fire.
that prompted firefighters to forecast the season would be especially difficult. this year isn't as bad as last year by direct comparison but warrants it's not the time to become relaxed especially with high winds and dry conditions across california. . >> i hope this means everyone is doing the right thing reducing the number of sparks. it's got sto be the message we are not out of fire season until there's significant rainfall and the change and vegetative pattern. the entire state could go in a critical fire season condition. >> state fire officials say resources are stretched thin and that any new fires could grow out of control quickly. our time is 7:10. millions of california voters going to the polls tomorrow for election day. we'll take a look at the early voter turn out and tell you why you may want to schedule some extra time to vote. on the eve of election day, candidates for california mac a last minute plea to voters.
more on where they stand on some key issues. it's pretty slow still son some of these commutes. in fact, we're at the peak of the commute here on highway four as you head up to the willow pass grade. lots of clear skies out there. a wisp or two of fog. san jose has some on the marin head lands trying to make it to the golden gate. i am a family man.
i am a techie dad. i believe the best technology should feel effortless. like magic. at comcast, it's my job to develop, apps and tools that simplify your experience. my name is mike, i'm in product development at comcast. we're working to make things simple, easy and awesome. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent,
and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. the biggest issues the candidates say bay area voters are about. >> there are so many. they are highly critical of each other, both the opponents. they are on opposite sides of
many of the issues but there is one topic they can agree on. something needs to be done about the dmv. >> the dmv really impacts everybody. we all have to get this new real id and driver's license. i've been visiting these and talking to people waiting 4-5 4- 5 hours even eight hours. we're using 30-year old computer systems. don't you find that funny that california, the home of the personal computer and the technology revolution has a dmv that's using 30-year old equipment? only 20% of the transactions are around lances so i do not buy any of the rhetoric. the solution is leadership, getting a tech savvy leader. >> the two candidates do not agree on money. >> california spends twice what texas spends to build a mile of road. we're spending three times what nevada spends on prisoners in our prisons.
last year california spent 6 $6 billion in overtime for its state employees. there's a lot of things that could be tightened up in this budget. >> of course there's ways but not $50 billion of discretionary money in waste. what he's offers, let's put it in perspective. five billion dollars -- 5.2 billion. he would have to reduce the size of the prison population by 67,000 inmates. i imagine he may think twice about that. might have to eliminate one half of elementary schoolteachers to find five billion dollars. >> a top priority for john cox is repealing the gas tax. >> when gasoline is $4 a gallon and $2.50 in nevada and arizona, people look at those things. that cost of gasoline is the price of a restaurant meal, a dozen eggs. >> gavin new sm wants to implement universal preschool.
>> one of the top predictors is the number of words you speak in kindergarten. you want to get serious about lowering corrections cost and police overtime. you want serious about the achievement gap for african americans and latinos and address the wealth gap and disparities. begin at the beginning. >> so you have been in the public for quite some time. why do you want to be governor? >> i think about the things you can do and solving the issues and idealism i captured with the 60s. i still believe i'm still an idealist and still as well a pragmatist as far as how we approach things. i think we can solve the homeless crisis and affordability and turn the education system around. >> why does john cox want to be governor? >> i'm dedicating d to making sure opportunities exist for everybody in the state. we need to make sure we have
water, cut regulations, cut the tax burden. the gas tax. a regressive tax that's hurting the middle class. these are the substantial things that i'm talking about and then i've put my time and money behind it. >> john cox and gavin new sm only agreed to one debate on the radio during the work day. a lot of people missed it. we posted the expanded interviews with both candidates on our website, ktvu.com so you can hear how they want to shape policy in california. you can hear more on our website. >> you did a great job with interviews. >> thank you. >> ktvu has complete coverage of election night right here in the bay area at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow. we'll be on ktvu plus covering the major local and national races. make sure you join us wednesday morning for the latest overnight develops and the updates election results here on mornings on two. time is 7:17. it gets bright earlier in the
day but we need to think ahead to tonight when it's dark at 5:00 p.m. >> usually it's an adjustment period. the first commute night of the darker commute, if you will and it's going to be slower and right now it's more than normal, a 15-minute delay. longer than that on some of the lanes at bay bridge going to san francisco you shouldn't have any problems transitioning to south 101. north 101 looks okay. i wanted to show you, look how slow it is on westbound 580. very slow on 580 still, we usually have an early earlier crash. this is a lock at the silicon valley commute. all the freeways getting toup the west valley are slow. sunny vail and cupertino,
northbound 101 backed up before mountain view. it's 7:18 let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> thank you, sir. good morning everybody. patchy fog over san jose burning off. a few patches out there. trying to make a round at the golden gate. our good friend antonio says good morning, clear skies in daly city. waiting for the rain but the forecast models are saying not for a while. that's correct. they're not saying anything although if you really want to look out far enough, hints of maybe some undercutting of the ridge about two weeks out. we'll see. 50s and 40s on the temperatures. men low park and wood sigh, los altos hills in there, 57. 51 in pacifica. 48 cool degrees in fremont. a dry pattern for this week. if anything, we moith even get warmer here as we head towards
thursday and friday. possibility of this into next week as well. it will change eventually. just not this week. coast fog a little bit of patchy fog inland but not lasting long. 60s and 70s, you can see there the difference. that's where the cool comes up over the rinl and drops in. there are signs that lake effect snow could be in the forecast for some if you're traveling by the upcoming weekend. until then these systems gather energy coming out of gulf producing widespread rains for the great lakes and ohio valley all the way down to the deep south. not much is changing here. 30s, 40s and 50s. little bit of rainmaking it to seattle and portland. it doesn't even make it into northern california but for now, looking for above average temperatures.
today marks the start of drowsy driving prevention. the time change can upset sleep patterns and also affect how you concentrate when you drooi. as part of the campaign, the chp will display messages up and down the state saying "feel drowsy? exit and rest". a recent census stopped more than 400 cars, vans and rv's. the san francisco examiner reports most of them were parked in the mission police districts t. largest percentage were rv's. the director of homeless says knowing how many people are sleeping in cars the first step to provide services. he says some of the people sleeping in their vehicles may have been getting up early to beat traffic and catching up on
sleep rather than being homeless. the information could help the city come up with guidelines on where oversize vehicles would be allowed to park at night. the san francisco police department is training more traffic officers according to the san francisco examiner, the first motorcycle training class in three years is underway for the department's traffic company. it has 16 trainees, the officers provide traffic enforcement, accident investigations and ticket drivers and cyclist. 37 sworn officers are in the unit, well below the 79 the department says it should have. the san jose international airport, september is offering to to 98 departures the a day by the end of the month. starting today the airline will increase the number of weekday flights to and from portland as well as santa anna and orange county. elk may no longer be free roam free.
new 20 leases to dairy farmers that share the land. the plan the elk could be removed from the land or possibly killed after the population reaches a certain point. the chronicle says an environmental review of the plan is underway. back to the big story, police searching for someone responsible for a deadly shooting at a detox center. one person has been killed and two others wounded in the hospital. we'll bring you an update from san rafael in minutes. a warning for some boat owners in sausalito that police are taking to remove both illegally anchored out in ri chashd son bay. good morning, traffic is moving along well if you're drooiing on highway 24 to lafayette. it's crowded but on the way up to oakland with little or no delay. a little fog out there burning off fast.
before you do any project big or small, pg&e will come out and mark your gas and electric lines so you don't hit them when you dig. call 811 before you dig, and make sure that you and your neighbors are safe. a pair of tickets to the monterey jazz festival, what a delightful gift. if you were to go right now it's foggy and 56 degrees. any time is a nice time for monterey. if you're waking up at home and starting your work day, we have you covered. it's a busy monday, november 5th, i'm gasia mikaelian. >> we got lots of sunshine but steve is talking about that and
everything else. >> there's some fog there but not. -- -- not much. what are you talking about kevin? rain in the forecast graphics. probably about the same time if not sooner than i did. thank you. very good tweets today. very quiet pattern, fog near the coast, san jose fog is burning off. above normal high temperatures wednesday and thursday. no rain expected for this week. just be patient, we'll get rain, nothing this week. in fact, if anything could be some show for the great lakes. the ridge of high pressure builds over california. very dry and looks dry through the middle of the month. things could change fast. in the meantime, it's not going to be much. 50s on the temperatures and the
water temperatures have gone down. bodega bay, a brisk 33. around the bay, berkley almost 60 degrees. in town, 53. alameda is 55. seattle portland travel plans there, i would take an umbrella because you will need it. maybe sunscreen, temperatures 60s and 70s to a few near 80 degrees. 7:31 on a monday. sal tells us the traffic is moderate we do have slow traffic out there. not a lot of major incidents. a couple of crashes to be sure. let's start with highway four, east contra costa county and i want to show you the traffic is slow. it certainly makes it busier in the afternoon. today at 5:00 it will be dark and that means people who are used to driving home in light will be driving home in darkness.
that tends to slow traffic for the first few weeks. look at 680. very slow from concord to walnut creek. highway 24 is not that slow. slowing at the interchange and through lafayette. after that it gets better for the drive to oakland. it's taken more than an hour to drive from ar tee nez bridge to the mcarthur maze. an earlier motorcycle accident in richmond, funlly cleared but it really set traffic back at the bay bridge. a 15-20-minute delay in some lanes. more on some of the others. 7:32 let's go back to the desk. clear closely watching breaking news in marin county. sheriff deputies searching for a gunmen who shot three people, killed one of them at the helen vine detox center in san rafael after 1:30 this morning. one of the shooting victims died at scene. a man and woman were rushed to the hospital but we don't know their conditions.
we don't know their names. so far no word of a possible motive. the fall back ritual could be a thing of the past prop seven supporters want california to blush a year round daylight saving time between early march and november. here's a break down of the arguments for and against daylight saving time.
the supporters argue the biannual time change affects the health and productivity of kids in school, people who work and seniors. advocates say dhanging the clocks contributes the use of electricity and gas in cars. those against it say a year round daylight saving time, mornings would be dark for an extra hour and kids would be at risk when walking to school and it would put california out of zinc with other states. the state legislature would have to approve changes with a two-thirds vote on the floor. then congress must approve the change. voters shoot down the proposition, california would maintain the current daylight saving time period. i posted a poll on my twitter page to get an idea of how people on social media feel about the proposition. at last check there were 253 votes. 51 say they're for prop seven. 32% are against it and 17% are undecided so we'll see how
taking a look out on the water this morning at richardson bay, you can see half a dozen vessels anchored out in the middle of the bay and stay there. under city law they're not supposed to anchor out for more than 72 hours at a time. some of the boats have been out here for months. the san francisco chronicle is reporting over the weekend dozen anchored out boats were tagged by police with orange warning stickers letting the voters know they're illegally anchored boats removed soon. it's an issue sausalito has debated over for years. mariners say they're frustrated because they use the restrooms and dump trash and waste water in the bay. boaters who anchor out say the open river say public water way and they have a right to be out there. one man has lived on his boat for seven years and says increasing enforcement by
police is a good thing. >> i do, i think it's gotten a little bit out of hand. i don't think it should be eliminated. it's been able to anchor out all over the world. i don't think that should change here. the votes do pose quite a risk -- -- the boats. >> earlier this summer sausalito police told ktvu there were as many as 180 boats anchored on richardson bay. that number has since swelled to about 250 vessels. we have contacted sausalito police this morning to find out the time line for removing some of the orange tagged boats. we have not yet heard back from them. we have also reached out to city leaders as well to talk to them about this ongoing issue. live in sausalito, allie rasmus, ktvu news. downtown san jose is getting a new apartment building offering many luxury amenities at below market rent. there's a catch and it's this.
each resident has to share a kitchen and living room with a dozen other people. it's called a co-living building. they're on bass set street. the building will have nearly 800 units making it the largest co-living building in the world. its amenities include cleaning services, laundry and dog walking. rooms are expected to rent between 800-$2,500 a month. the developer has similar smaller buildings already in san francisco it's expected to open in the year 2021. >> that appeals to a lot of people. >> all right. time is now 7:39. from earthquakes to fires, coming up in the 8:00-hour, the financial impact natural disasters are having on napa county. the u.s. army sets up camp in texas as it prepares for the arrival of a migrant caravan. it's a busy monday out there.
responsibility yet but accept ra tiss in that part want to form a break away state. also new this morning, cleaning up in southern france, two buildings suddenly collapsed. firefighters say the damage slightly injured two people but they're still searching to see if anyone else is trapped in the rubble. one of the buildings was in really bad condition with boarded up windows and large visible cracks on its facade before the cal lapse. >> the trump administration just reimposed all sanctions on iran listed in 2015 under the nuclear deal but some countries are being given waivers. they cover the energy sectors and target more than 700 entities. this is the second round imposed on iran since president trump pulled out of the deal in may. the trump administration says the goal of the sanctions is to reduce oil experts to 0. our time is 7:43. another caravan of migrants making its way through mexico the u.s. border.
the 2nd caravan moved past the border into the southern state in mexico. at least three caravans are traveling across the country and the groups range in size from 2800 to about 4,000. the biggest caravan is reportedly heading for mexico city from the state of veracruz. more american troops are arriving at the u.s. board with mexico. soldiers set up camps in texas as the caravans keep walking towards the border. the troops have been building fence as long the texas side of the rio grande. president trump ordered thousands of troops deployed to the area near the border. there are ceremonies this week marking the 100th anniversary of the end of world war i. prince william attended the annual remembrance. the royal navy submarine force was founded in 1901. 10,000 torches will burn every
night until this sunday known as armistice day in europe and veterans day in the u.s. 6 million civilians died in the war. the italian president marked the stadium where the remains of 39,000 identified soldiers are there. in stras burg the countries of -- -- the ps of germany and france met. . >> very important part of history. time is 7:45. sal is back. i'm assuming you have taken care of everything on the roads. >> sure, i cleared it all up. yeah, no, unfortunately dave and gasia, a lot of people are out there stuck in traffic. let's start off with highway 24.
improvement on 24, slow here a little in lafayette. it's improved to oakland. this commute to the maze, it's taking more than an hour. there was an earlier crash involving a motorcyclist in the lanes near hill top drive. they cleared that up but it was there for a long time and it did its damage. traffic is slow taking about an hour and eight minutes or so according to the computer sensors to get to the mcarthur maze. then you add 20 minutes here to wait pfr you make it on to the brunl. you see your drive from vallejo to san francisco. if that's your drive, it's going to take you an hour and a half or so to drive into san francisco. when you get over there northbound 101 is already and southbound 101 is slow as you approach the ups building there. 580 has been slow. no relief this morning here on 580 at the altamont pass. slow traffic as well.
in the south bay we have a lot of slow traffic here as you drive on 101, 280 and 85. all those freeways are jammed solid into the west valley. it's 7:47. 13 minutes before the hour after 8:00. >> thank you, sal. happy monday everybody. temperatures will be above average here for the bulk of the week. a little bit of coast fog in santa cruz and monterey. 60s and 70s. very quiet pattern here unfortunately but that's what we're dealing with. until then, we are going to see not much here in the west. everything is in the inner mountain region and plains in the northeast. it could have lake effect snow. we'll fine tune that later. dry this week. out to the 15th maybe longer but things can change fast. our water temperatures have gone down.
bodega bay 53. both monterey and 56, those are cool. the key is the gulf of alaska, you probably heard about the warm blob. it's back to a certain degree. not as warm as what we saw in 2012. it's there and the high pressure system parks itself over the west. it doesn't mean things are going to be locked in like this. for the next week or two things will be locked in. el nino looks to be weak. we'll keep an eye on things. until then everything is going in the middle of the country and pick up energy out of the gulf and that's why they're getting rain and we're not. the pattern is locked in. so it's here originally there was a hint around the 11th or 12th. reloaded on the high pressure system. but there's a little bit of fog on parts of the santa cruz coast. not that extensive but there's some there. 40s, 50s and 60s on your temperatures there. brentwood and tracy out of the gate at 63. 40s and 50s for others and most locations are close.
42 in kelseyville. 55 also in san rafael and vallejo. 43 in ukiah. 23 in truckee. if you're traveling up to seattle or portland, take rain gear because they're getting some there. the ridge of high pressure here for a little bit. eventually it will break down. until then, cool lows and lots of sun, patchy fog and amazingly unstable pattern on the high side. warmer towards thursday and friday. today it's 70s for some. these temperatures don't hang around long. we are running good ten degrees above average. tomorrow looks to be the same. not much change here. 60s and 70s to near 80. those are well confined to the valley now. no big changes here. it looks warmer for the coast as we head towards thursday and friday. >> steve, thank you. time is 7:49 amazon using a four letter word to attract more buyers this holiday
season. the perk that's being offered to all amazon shoppers starting today. >> let's check in with mike to see what's coming up on mornings on two. >> good morning, coming up in the next hour, first it was orchard supply and now it's parent company lowe's announcing major closures. the longest missing person's case in hayward. coming up, henry lee looks into the unsolved case f a woman whose trip to a car wash sparked a decade's long must ri. back after the break.
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today's dollar and cents. >> competing with amazon is the name of the game right now. walmart introducing mobile check out at regular stores. also sam's club stores. it didn't need to do much as the world's largest retailer but now competing with amazon go stores. when the opening bell rang this morning, apple stocks dropped 4%. that's one of the stocks to watch after an analyst downgraded slow sales. netflix got an upgrade this morning. it's down as well though despite that. still a lot of concern about trade and tariffs. the dow is up 123 points almost half a percent. the snp 500 also posting a gain. with the worries about tariffs and the texdots in particular, the nasdaq is down almost a full percentage point this morning.
president trump says his administration is considering anti trust proceedings against amazon, facebook and google. that's also affecting tech stocks today. in an interview the president said the justice department is looking into whether google is a monopoly. he said it made him consider pursuing regulating. he mentioned amazon and facebook being investigating. another option for people who like to shop on amazon, they will open the third fourth star location in berkley. it's near the intersection of delaware right there is the map. it's stocked with items that earn a four or five star review. it includes anything from smartphone devices, kitchen items and toys. the prices can change throughout the day as they flex wait on the website. the store featuring a most wished for and trending around berkley section.
customers can test out a number of electronics. doors open at 10:00 this morning. amazon is also looking to boost holiday sales and new prime members starting today. it's offering free shipping on holiday orders to everyone. not just prime members. existing prime members get a different perk though. more than 3 million items will be eligible for same day delivery for no fee during the holiday season and i will say, dave, i always start bugging you this time of year. you started shopping and i noticed target last week and now the other stores are already introducing their black friday deals. 0. >> okay pam, keep bugs me. breaking news from san rafael in the north bay, what we're learning about a deadly triple shooting at a detox center. big names heading to battleground states to make their final push before
tomorrow's midterm elections. in washington with details on last minute campaigning, coming up. four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck. protect our public schools. hebreakfast makers, takers, step counters, outdoor explorers, faith restorers, appointment keepers, fantastic creatures. farmer's market goers, cholesterol lowerers
california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
coming up, the final push by candidates and why more voters are turning out this year. lowe's announces major closures. the impact in the bay area, more as mornings on two continues. good morning, everyone welcome back. it's monday november 5th. hope you had a good night's sleep after you earned an hour of sleep over the weekend. >> last night at 6:30 i was ready for bed. >> good morning that sharks game saturday, mike, the overtime win. >> a good one to pick. >> clear skies, little bit of fog and patchy coast. otherwise we're all set. woodchuck, something has to give soon i hope. hope for rain around the 11th. the forecast the last week is now gone. not forecast, it was hinted at that. yes, long gone.
0 once you get to november everything could change on a dime. things will change coming up in 15 minutes. i'll give you two cents on why i think things will change. 60s and 70s, water temperatures are cold. 53 to 56. everything is going in the middle of the country and except for the patchy fog for us, it's burning off quick. 60s already, some near 80 degrees. 50 by the concord pavilion. danville down to 42. look at brentwood, 65. george mc cray, you're that warm already. a little bit of rain in the pacific northwest, just not here. it's a nice weather week for us of normal temperatures, 60s and 70s. 8:01 on a monday. sal tells us the traffic is busy.
>> it's busy out there, steve. i just want to make sure you can hear me. >> i can hear you. >> it's busy out there and slow on the east shore freeway. it's been a very slow monday. it was taking more than an hour to drive to this spot. right now it's taking about 52 minutes, almost an hour and then you are to factor in the time it takes you to wait through the slow traffic here. up to near an hour and a half to get on to san francisco from vallejo. you can see traffic on the san mateo bridge looks good getting out to peninsula. more now on breaking news of a triple shooting in marin county. deputies are searching for a gunmen who shot three people killing one of them early this
morning at the helen vine detox center off of smith ranch road west of highway 101. lee martinez has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the sheriff's deputies say there's three victims, one male victim died at the scene. if you look up the hill, that's their command center. they're searching for the gunmen who fled the scene. after 1:30 this morning, there was a report three people were shot on smith ranch road. one male victim died at the scene and other gunshot victim, a man and woman were taken to marin general hospital. no word on their conditions this morning. the sheriff's detectives as well as police and cph arrived at the scene. the gunmen has not yet been found. >> when deputies arrived they searched the scene and searched the area with the assistance of chp helicopters. they were unable to locate the suspect. the suspect fled the scene and
the immediate area is secure and the area no one is in danger currently in the immediate area. >> san rafael isn't immune to crime, it does have a low homicide rate. over the summer san rafael had its first homicide since 2011 on july 24th police responded to a murder suicide on penny royal lane in terra linda. the victims were an elderly married couple. the sheriff deputy say the scene is still under investigation. in san rafael, lee martinez, ktvu fox two news. based on record breaking registration numbers, it's clear many californians are eagerly anticipating tomorrow's midterm election. a spokes person says they have more than 800,000 registered voters for the election. many people in the bay area are taking advantage of early voting opportunities in order to avoid long lines tomorrow cht we talked with one man in oakland who voted early because he had trouble reading the ballot.
>> they're doing a good job of helping people. it's my first time coming here to vote and they helped me to do what i needed to do to vote. >> many bay area county residents are taking part in early voting. over the weekend the senator campaigned along side newsom at churches in the los angeles area. republican candidate for governor john cox schedule to be at the platinum auto body collision shop at 10:00 this morning. he's spent the last five days on a bus tour going up and down the state. yesterday he campaigned in the central valley and city of sacramento. a new poll conducted by research cove shows new sm leading over cox.
he's supported by 58% of likely voters while cox is supported by 38%. california senator dianne feinstein has a campaign event happening today in san francisco one day after she cancelled an event in orange county. she cancelled her appearance because her campaign manager says she's getting over a cold. she was scheduled to speak along side student activists from the florida high school where 17 people were killed in february. she faces a challenge from state senator kevin de-leon according to a poll she leads 43% to his 27%. political heavyweights on the road today pushing voters to the polls. ray live in washington here to explain what's at stake. >> good morning, just mentioned senator feinstein. there are a whole lot of campaign rallies going on all over the country. vice president pence has two. president trump has three. president obama is making a
stop in vrj vurj. just goes to show the amount of weight they're putting in the elections which some are calling the most important of our lifetime. >> by tuesday voters across the country will likely have determined which party will control both houses of congress and who will be occupying 36 governor offices. democrats need to win 23 additional house seats to gain control of the house and two seats for majority in the senate. current and former presidents and vice presidents dotting the country over the weekend to try and rally voters in their parties in the final hours before polls close. >> if you participate in the political process, you can be a check on bad behavior. you can choose hope over fear. >> president trump has shifted his campaigning to one area. >> my primary focus has been on the snoot and i think we're doing really well. if you looked at early returns, they're very positive the
president continuing his whirlwind tour monday stumping for gop candidates in ohio, indiana and missouri with so many tight races, elections will really come down to who comes to the polls. and a new poll by harvard university found that 40% of 18- 29-year olds plan on voting on tuesday. if they do turn out in those numbers it would be the highest youth voter turn out for a midterm in more than 30 years. >> it's incredibly important for young people to get out and vote. >> according to the election project of the university of florida, as of friday more than 32 mull i don't know people had cast early ballots up 50% from four years ago. . >> thank you. ktvu is your source for election coverage. then we hope you join us wednesday for mornings on two as we bring you the overnight developments and up to the minute results. >> one woman has been arrested on sus pugs of driving under the influence following two separate crashes.
those happened at 5:00 last night on eastbound highway four just east of byron highway. investigators say a white subaru driven by 33-year old megan campbell hut a motorcycle and took off. investigators say she crashed head on into a car on highway four. five people in the car suffered major injuries. the motorcycle rider was also hurt. campbell suffered only minor injuries. we're learning more about the man shot and killed over the weekend by sheriff's deputy in danville. neighbors of 33-year old at an apartment complex in newark say he acted string but had never seen him do anything violent. someone reported him acting suspicious. the sheriff deputies talked to him but he took off in his car leading them on a chase that ended at a busy intersection. an officer fearing he would be run over fired his gun killing him. >> that is the last thing i want for him to do. i would have preferred for him to get help and everything be okay.
>> the deputy who fired his gun had minor injuries and he's been identified as andrew hall. he's on paid administrative leave. an amber alert for two south bay children remains in effect this morning. police say 33-year old was having a supervised visit with her children at emma park on friday. the two children vanished when the child protective services worker took the 11-year old o the bathroom. when the worker went to look for the mother and son, paris sill la also disappeared. police say they believe she may be heading to colorado springs. anyone who sees the woman, children or car on your screen with that license plate, call 911 immediately. from earthquakes to fires, just how much of a financial impact natural disasters are having on napa county. thousands of migrants continue their journey north as u.s. troops deploy to the border. i'll doug mc kay at the white house, the story coming up.
as president trump continues his tough talk on immigration, the migrant caravan continues to move north. the late es from the white house. >> president trump already sent more than 5,000 traups to the border in response to a caravan of central american migrants making their way through mexico. now the president is reviving his promise to stop sending humanitarian aid to countries failing to control the migrants. >> we pay these countries hundreds of millions of dollars which by the way we'll be stopping soon okay. they don't do a thing for us. they don't do a thing for us. >> the house pushing back claiming its all about national security.
>> the president's ultimate goal is to protect borders and american citizens. that's the number one job of the president of the united states and it's one this president actually takes seriously. >> the may grants are still on the move and won't be deterred by the president's tough talk. they're headily slowly to mexico city, possibly the last stop on the way to the u.s. border. it's a long walk but most say they're determined to continue and make a better life in the u.s.. >> i'm happy because we're advancing and we, all the migrants are closer to our dream. it's our goal to the u.s. to improve the future of our children. >> mexico interior ministry says 3,000 migrants have applied for asylum there but the president is urnling the mexican counter part to do more. . new this morning, lowe's plans to close 51 stores in the united states and canada including two right here in the bay area. these locations are south san
francisco and one in san jose on new hall drive. the home improvement store says the locations set to close have been underperforming. some of the stores will close immediately but all of them will be closed by the end of january. let's help get you out the door on this monday morning. a typical monday morning commute. >> yeah, just got a new accident i'm putting up on a map as we speak. westbound 92 as you come up near el camino. i'm able to safe it and show you the crash here on westbound 92 right before you get to highway 101. three vehicles are stuck together and obviously that's not optimal. i want to mention we have had quite a bit of a commute on the east bay commute, westbound 80,
56-minute drive out to the cartinez bridge. also southbound 680 clearing an accident there. this is 56 minutes, this whole commute has been very slow at the bay bridge. 20 minutes you add on to that, it has been slow. people are asking why is the bridge so slow. we had that earlier crash, not a big deal of a crash but it did block lanes for a bit on the span. 880 is slow to downtown oakland, san mateo bridge is busy. we talked about the peninsula already but i want to mention the rest of the slow traffic on 101 continuously slow to mountain view and the south bay commute also very slow. a rough monday out there. 8:17 let's bring in steve. >> thank you, sir. a quiet pattern for us fog in san mateo. inland fog is burning off, a warm day for many. i sent out information showing how high pressure is over the
west coast. california said thanks for the informative post. eventually something will change but for now, this week looks quiet, well above average on the temperatures. a dry pattern for now. out to the 15th there's hints it will stay dry. originally they were talking about the 11th and 12th. water temperatures are cold in monterey and san francisco. 53 degrees to 26 degrees. not warm. the sea surface temperatures in alaska are running warm. not as warm as what we saw in 2012. cooler than that. you get a blocking pattern. high pressure is parked itself and seems to be a permanent feature ñ0 the fall and sometimes the wasn'ter month where you build the bridge of high pressure. everything dives in the middle of the country and they get the rain and snow. in this kind of a pattern, not
in november but once you get to december, january and february, if that were to persist, what you look for is something coming underneath called undercutting. there would be warmer systems and maybe some signs of that in the long range models. that along with the weak el nino developing more as we get towards the winter months. so this is happening now, this dry weather is not cause for concern yet. high pressure right over us giving us well above average temperatures and a little bit of fog there. i don't think it will last too long. 40s and 50s in some temperatures. rain in seattle and portland, just not making it here. what is making it here is mild temperatures. 60s and 70s and the coast actually looks warmer as we head towards the end of the week. we probably have sto to deal with more of that northeast breeze. fire danger is very high. it's been dry here and continues to be. we're not getting any much needed rains we had in the beginning of the month for the north bay.
that was it ever since then it's been a dry pattern. no big changes except warmer by the coast. as we head towards the end of the weej. it's becoming a trend across the country, virtual schooling. supporters say it gives parents more choice. . also establishing change in the world of ballet, the shoe company hoping to mac a difference by introducing new shoe colors. 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.
"so that they can respond immediately when needed." 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.
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.
58 degrees and cool on the san mateo coast this morning. warming up slowly. rain is making it to seattle and portland, just not here any time soon. enjoy the sun. the pattern will change, just not this week. near 80 for some. sal has been busy from the jump. >> i know, this whole month of october and november have been very busy. it's busy in november as well. let's go out and talk a look at 680, concord to walnut creek. a lot of slow traffic because of earlier issues clearing up but have left slow traffic behind. this is 80 westbound, 680 southbound in the contra costa county. 24 is busy sy 0 this is a look at the mcarthur maze total, 45 minutes
from the cartinez bridge. you add 20 minutes here at the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see the traffic is slow on 238 and 880 getting into oakland. all the way out the peninsula, traffic today i hate to tell you it's slow solid from south city. breaking news, a search underway for a gunmen who shot three people in san rafael killing one of them at the he len vine detox center on smith ranch road east of highway 101 after 130 tim tum this morning. one man died at the scene. another man and woman transported to the hospital. their condition versus not been released. . >> when deputy as arrived they
searched the scene and area with the assistance of chp helicopter. they're unable to locate the suspect. the suspect fled the scene. the immediate area is secure and the area no one is in danger currently in the immediate area. . >> the victims have not been identified so far. no word on a motive. based on record breaking registration numbers it's clear many californians are excited about the midterm election. >> the countdown is on to election day and california voter registration hit an all- time high ahead of the midterms. >> when our doors open there was a line of people who wanted to come in. >> we have over 886,000 registered voters in santa clara county, the highest number we have had. >> the spokes person with the santa clara registrar of voters expect voter turn out to be between 60% and 70%.
in alameda county voters dropped off ballots in oakland. >> my was relatively short. he took part in early voting because he had trouble reading the ballot and needed help. >> he was dong a good job of helping people and all of that. my first time coming here to vote and help me to do what i feeded to do. >> my wife and i voted over santa clara library yesterday. >> the congressmen held his monthly taun hall meeting in sunny vail. he's been serving the silicon valley since 2017. he says people in his district care about minimum wanl, healthcare needs and the housing crisis. >> people are seeing housing prices go through the roof and their pay isn't keeping up. >> i asked hum why he thinks people are so invested in this election. >> two words, donald trump. i think he's polarized and gavel na nized people. there's a sense we need to restore decency and checks and balances.
>> in san jose, alice sa herring ton, ktvu news. you should expect a lot of company when you go to the polls tomorrow. long lines of people waiting in the heat in los angeles county to vote yesterday. people there say they wait z aas long as two hours to cast their ballot. most wanted to vote early to avoid the big election crowds. they were determined to vote because they're concerned about a number of issues and candidates being decided. supporters of prop seven want daylight saving time year round. opponents say it's unnecessary and could be dangerous. live now with us here in the studio, i'm a fan of daylight saving time. >> we all got the extra hour of sleep. that's always nice. getting that extra hour in november and looz ugh it in march could be history. the idea behind passing problem seven is to eventually establish a year round daylight saving time.
let's start with the supporters. san jose democratic representative sponsors the measure and he argues some studies show the time change increases energy use in the summer. other advocates cite medical studies which found the risk of heart attacks 10% in the two days following a time change. democratic senator hannah beth jackson opposes the measure and says some winter months the sun wouldn't be up until 8:00 a.m. and it puts kids walking to school at risk of accidents. others argue it puts california's time out of sync with other states. the state legislature would have to approve changes within w a two-thirds vote and congress has to approve the change. as for voters we know 19.6 19.6 million californians are registered to vote, that's 70% of eligible voters which marks
the highest percentage heading into a midterm election since 1950. if that's any kind indication, we could see many people coming out on both sides of this. i wanted to gauge social media users on prop seven. in a twitter poll, 367 people voted and 49% are for prop 7 and 32% are against it and 19% are undecided. so definitely seeing how things will shake out when we get to the polls tomorrow. >> that's right, sara, thank you. tech analysts say it appears other platforms have made progress against online misinformation. ahead of tomorrow's election after the interference by russians in the 2016 u.s. elections, tech companies have spent millions of dollars on fighting fake news and propaganda. a research team from oxford looked at stories shared on twitter and found what it called juk news accounted for a quarter of all links shared during that time. your source of coverage
tomorrow, live starting at 7:00 and for the 10:00 and 11:00 news and wednesday join us for mornings on two for the overnight developments and updated results. sausalito police appear to be cracking down on boats floating in the middle of the bay for weeks and months at a time. it's called anchoring out. dropping in the bay for free instead of paying a dock fee. live along richardson bay to explain what's at stake here. >> richardson bay behind us, boat owners pay between 500 to $700 a month actually to rent out one of the boat slips and stay here long term. but out on the water here at richardson bay, you can turn the camera around, there are dozens if not hundreds of people who have their boats out in the middle of the bay and don't pay anything at all. it's calling anchoring out. they drop the anchor and stay there. under city law they're not supposed to anchor out for more than 72 hours at a time but some boats have been there for
months. the san francisco chronicle is reporting over the weekend dozens of anchored out boats were tagged with police with orange warning stickers letting the boat owners know they were going to be removed soon. it's an issue sausalito has dealt with for years. boat owners who pay the splip fees are truss straited with the ones who anchor out because they dump trash in the bay and don't pay anything into the system. we spoke to one man who has lived on his boat for seven years and he says increased enforcement by police is a good thing i do, i think it's gotten out of hand. i don't think it should be eliminated. it's been able to anchor out all over the world. i don't think that should change here but if boats do pose quite a risk. >> boaters who anchor out say the it's a public water way and they have a right to be out there.
we spoke to another resident who says there's been anchor outs in sausalito and complaints about them now are overblown. >> sausalito used to be a more of a bo home yan in my younger days and now it's turned into more of a what the common term for it is -- i still call them yuppies and they don't want them in the neighborhood. >> earlier this summer sausalito police told ktvu there were as many as 180 boats anchored out. that number swelled to 250,000. we reached out to police this morning to talk to them more about this and find out the time line for when the orange tagged boats might be removed. still waiting to hear back from from them. allie rasmus, ktvu news. living in dorms, not just for college students anymore. up next, we'll tell you about the largest dorm style living coming to san jose and how much it will cost. i am a family man.
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down here in san jose construction is nothing new. they have construction here and over there. construction everywhere. what's going to be different though at this spot across the street at bass set street, is what's called co-living. we're going to get a better look at what we're talking about. this is where they're going to put up something unique and new and could be the biggest in the world. the catch is resident dens have small bedrooms that will be one common area or common areas such as kitchens and living rooms are shared by roughly a dozen people, maybe more. the san jose project breaking ground early next year is the largest co-living building in the world according to the san francisco base developer star city. the company also has plans for a 270-unit property in the soma district of san francisco. both projects slated for completion in 2021. each resident has their own small bedroom, an adjoining
bathroom and share a bathroom with perhaps a family member or friend if they don't have their own. the xan spaces i mentioned between 12-18 other residents who don't know each other. really just like being back in college and this is like the new way to get things done and follows quite honestly a new way of thinking of trying to house people in the bay area because of the short supply and the high cost. you have seen people turn trawlers into homes. hopefully this project and others will take a bait out of the short supply of housing to bring more and thus lower the cost of housing overall. live in a very noisy busy downtown san jose this morning, back to you up in oakland. thank you. interesting idea. let's get back over to sal and a peek of the roads.
>> we're okay, some of these commutes have been stubborn. we haven't cleared the crash on 780. i'm hearing word now maybe the lanes are open. the emergency crews are there and traffic is slow. this whole area has been very slow on this monday morning. highway 24 is recovering on the way over to the tunnel. 41-minute drive from the cartinez bridge to the maze. things are slightly better here, a 20-minute delay at the brinl. everywhere you go you see the end of the commute and as a reminder since it will be dark today, earlier you might see some more slowing this evening. 8:46. let's go to steve. thank you, kindly sir. goirm, happy monday, sunny and warm monday. if you have fog it will get out of here. dylan is in the foothills of napa. it's been a week or two since
we have had dew. little morning dew, there was some in san jose but that burned off fast. still a little bit hanging on parts of the san mateo coast. everybody now you need to be optimistic. it does look dry this week and probably out to the 15th after that things could change. 53 to 55. water temperatures in san francisco is going down. the water temperatures are cold here. where is it waiting room? up in the gulf of alaska. it's that warm blob again. although it's not as warm as it was during 2012 and 2016. so the high pressure system there -- remember we don't know what that does. it tebdz to strengen the rinl of high pressure. it's here for now, dry and first of november through the 15th, everything doifs down.
if this pattern were to continue if it could certainly break down, but once you get to the winter months you look for a stronger jet stream and something coming underneath. some of the stronger energy in the jet stream is called undercutting. if that happens it would be mid latitude systems. there's some signs on that on long range models. everything until then is high and dry for us. 65 already in tracy. 53 in san jose. 56 in san martin. 55 in so cal. santa cruz at 56. santa clara at 57. up in reno rain in the pacific northwest where it's staying for now. high pressure says i'm going to hang around here so cool and lots of sun. any fog has burned off soon. a stable pattern. after thursday we could see a jump up in temperatures. 60s and 70s, coast and bay. inland up near 80 degrees.
tomorrow looks to be about the same. i don't expect much change. if there's any 80s, temperature dropping fast so looks like no big changes this week although the coast and easterly breeze could warm up later in the week oofrnlt a doughnut shop in orange county is selling out but not just because of their good doughnuts. why customers are doing everything they can to make sure the shop closes early. an early gift for holiday shoppers, the new deal that takes effect today.
0. i went to the last shopping day at the orchard supply in my neighborhood. a lot of you went as well. lowe's owns orchard and they closed 99 stores in california and this morning lowe's announced to close 51 underperforming stores in the u.s. and canada. they have lost ground in the competition were home depot. those are some retailers struggling. we'll talk about ones that are doing well in a moment. celebrating 100 years in business, halliburton. we have been talking about the president and how he's targeting the tech stocks. that's hurting things. still concerns about tariffs and how it affects the
technology group in particular, that's taking the nasdaq down. the dow jones is up 129 points. about a half of a%. the snp 500 up a quarter but the nasdaq down one full percentage point. there's another option for people who like to shop on amazon. the company will open the third four star location in berkley located on 4th street near the intersection of delaware. here's a look at the map. it's stocked with items that earn a four or five star review. it includes anything from smart home devices, kitchen items and toys. the prices can change throughout the day as prices fluctuate on the amazon website. the store will also feature a most wished for and trending around berkley section. customers can test out a number of electronics at the store. doors open at 10:00 this morning. amazon is also looking to boost holiday sales by adding new prime members.
tlaifr offering free shipping to everyone, not just prime members. you don't have to have the $25 minimum. existing prime members can choose from nor than three million items for same day delivery for free and prime members can get a delivery within one hour from whole foods in 60 cities across the country. southwest airlines adding new flights from san jose, offering up to 98 departures across the usa and mexico. starting today southwest is add to go the number of weekday flights between san jose and portland. 0 it's been about a year since southwest talked about adding flights to hawaii. it would bring the price down. they gave the biggest hint saying that they have almost completed all the test. they basically have to test safety over flying over water. they're hoping by the end of the year they will have that.
>> this year, 2018? >> yes. >> we'll keep you posted i just flew southwest over the weekend. on times both directions. >> and free bags. that will bring a lot of competition to hawaii and alaska. 14 boys placed on administrative leave. halloween costume they wore that the superintendent says was in poor judgment and should not be worn in front of students. (toni vo) 'twas the night before christmas,
(morgan vo) those who give their best, deserve the best. get up to a $1,000 credit on select models now during the season of audi sales event. almost 80 school children were kidnapped in west africa. government and military authorities say gunmen stormed a school in western camaron earlier today. accept ra tis in that part of the country want to form a
break away states. clean up efforts in southern france after two buildings suddenly collapsed. tlaur conducting sernls to see if anyone else was trapped. one of the buildings in poor condition with cracks on the facade. one man under arrest after his pick up truck crashed into a group of girl scouts. the skurl scouts ages 9 and 10 were collecting trash on the side f a rural highway in wisconsin. investigators have not yet determined why the truck veer add cross the highway and hit them. the 21-year old driver sped off after the collision and later surrounded to police. he will be charged with four counts of homicide. a man charged with trying to kill a south san francisco police officer two years ago is due to be back in court today. we have video here and if you take a look at the man riding a skate board in it, essentially it's surveillance video police
have link to the man facing charges of attempted murder of a police officer and assault with a deadly weapon. investigators say he hit south san francisco police officer rob bichan in the head with a skate board. his skull was fractured and went through several surgeries. he was able to return to light duty work this year. he has entered a plea of guilty by reason of insanity. a convicted sex offender is back in a santa clara county jail this morning facing three charges of indecent expo chur. he exposed himself to three females three separate times on october 23rd. in one case investigators say he exposed himself to a 13-year old girl near gilroy high school. two other cases happened in morgan hill. police are asking anyone who may be a victim to contact them. elk may no longer be able to roam free. the national park service has
proposed offering new 20 year -year leasers to cattle farmers. the elk could be removed from the land possibly killed after the population reaches a certain point. today at 9:00, it's the final push for election day. we are taking a look at the latest polls plus what candidates across the country are doing as the clock ticks down. it's a case that's been raising questions for more than 45 years. the renewed push to solve the oldest missing person's case in the city. professional dancers react to the decision to finally market brown ballet shoes and tights for the first time ever. it's smond, look at this beautiful picture. we're so lucky to live in the bay area. the richmond district of san francisco, the golden gate bridge in the background, the calm serene bay. i could go on but i won't. this is not a tourism video.