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rosemary is here for the forecast, steve paulson has the day off. >> everybody was making plans to go to tahoe because we had so much snow. today we can't get a storm to move through the bay area. we're looking at dry conditions for the next several days, the last system that came our way, back in early october. here's a look at what's going on, a dark start at sfo where we have haze and smoke once again. for some arriving flights to sfo, delays in the last few days because the of the haze and smoke and low visibility. that could be another one for today. 48 degrees in san francisco, right now we have 33 in santa rosa, near freezing in some of the inland communities, upper 30s in livermore and san jose, good morning to you in the 40s, temperatures are up slightly in many spots, this has to do with the cloud cover overhead. and mid and high-level clouds will roll through the bay area. a tail end of the system moving
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through the pacific northwest. it won't bring us rain, it will bring us the cloud cover. we have a northeast breeze in napa and the northeast breeze at 7, it's free and gentle there. you can see the arrows there and the upper level flow continues from the north and we're down wind from the fire and for the afternoon today, another air quality advisory, spare the air, that will continue right now, areas are unhealthy for most, a little spot over areas like mountain view where it's moderate for the moment. for today it will fluctuate unhealthy for sensitive groups and unhealthy for all. 68 in san francisco, and low 70s for the peninsula, and low 70s expected inland. the time is 6:01, how is traffic this morning, sal. >> it's getting busier, rosemary, the typical traffic patterns are getting to set in. today we're having it for
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sure, a 20-minute drive between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze, and when you get to the bay bridge, you'll be waiting 10 to 15 minutes especially if you're not using fast track. we're getting more of a crowd heading to oakland or southbound towards hayward. this is a look at southbound, we didn't have a slow traffic on highway 4, you can see how slow it is coming from pittsburg and bay point, you can see speeds are low in this area. this is not especially pad, but below the speed health. lets go back to the desk, it's 6:02. our top story is the wildfires burning in california. the camp fire is burning in butte county. that fire has killed 42 people with hundreds more still reported missing. it's burned 183 square miles, an area bigger than the entire
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city of san jose. the fire is 30% contained. they don't expect to have it fully contained until the end of the month. president trump has approved a major disaster declaration for california. it covers but, ventura and los angeles counties where the wildfires are burning. governor brown requested the declaration last weekend. it makes fire victims eligible for housing, unemployment help and crisis counseling and legal aid. more than 7,000 homes, businesses and other businesses were destroyed by fast moving friends. and sara joins us to show us what is left of the town of paradise. >> well, when you take a drive down black olive drive, that where we are right now, the devastation is obvious in paradise. we're just down the street from the paradise police department, i want you to take a look at the house we're standing in front of.
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you can take a look at us, you can see there's a barbecue in the front, a small house on black olive drive, have a look at what's left of it. absolute destruction, chairs are standing in there, it's a pile of rubble and junk. it was someone's home. it's devastating to see. firefighters are working all day every day to get this fire under control. and monday was a successful day. firefighters held the current fire lines, the camp fire is 117,000 acres and 30% contained. but, of course, when the fire first sparked, it quickly exploded and has killed 42 people so far. the butte county sheriff requested the help of 150 search and rescue and cadaver dogs and more units from the military. teens are expected to arrive today to look for those who may have been killed in the foyer. a community meeting in orrville monday night filled the down
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town theatre, some have been through this before. >> my parents lived in coffey park in santa rosa. they lost their home. nobody managed that to happen -- imagined that to happen. we live in a town, it can happen. >> reporter: the butte county sheriff said they've gotten 139 calls for incidents, there's been observations of looting, but no arrests have been made. they're checking to see who we are, we're not a big news live truck. they didn't know who we were, they're vigilant, they want to make sure after all this devastation looters are not taking advantage of it. of it. thank you, sara. the butte county sheriff's office have received 1500 calls
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about people still missing sense the fire started. some of the calls may have been questions about the same person, it still means hundreds of people are unaccounted for. worried families started heading to evacuation centers hoping to find relatives on their own. we found sharon in yuba city where she was continuing her desperate search. >> he is about 87 years old, he lived at feather canyon and so far he's the only one still missing. people can try to contact the missing or lift tells as safe, there's also a facebook page called paradise camp fire missing persons which has photos and contact numbers. the time is 6:06, bay area people are helping victims of the devastating camp fire. and ally race must continues our coverage with that part the
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story. >> reporter: good morning. the smoky hazy skies are a reminder, the impact the camp fire is having throughout northern california and it's inspiring people to mobilize and make some donations and help p first, i want to show you, we're in the east bay hills, normally we're going to see the eastern span of the bay bridge and it's in visible behind a blanket of smoke or hazy, smoky skies out here and it's been like this for the last several days. it's not just organizations that are mobilizing and gathering donations and assistance to the victims of the campfire in butte county, jaimie did a check load of items over the weekend. there are dozens of if not hundreds of people throughout the bay area who have been inspired to help. the bay area chapters of the american red cross are seeing an increase of donations,
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they're operating five shelters for fire victims and evacuees right now. they explained where the money from those donations is going. >> we provide, food and we provide shelter, we provide medical help, medications, we get people access to treatment if they need it, so, mental health counseling and that requires a large amount of money, as you know. >> researchers from other organizations are also going to help not just people, but pets and animals who have been impacted by the camp fire, it's found by the animal rescue foundation, they're in the fire zone, volunteers took a truckload of food, pet beds and leashes and collars up to butte county. the red cross and other organizations said the best way you can help is donate money,
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that's how your dollar goes the farthest with these nonprofit groups and gift cards can be useful for victims in disasters like this. and these groups are not the only ones, we'll reach out to a number of bay area organizations who have called on their friends and followers on facebook and social media to help the victims of the camp fires. allie rasmus, ktvu fox 2 news. in sonoma county, schools are closed today because of smoke from the fire in butte county. schools will be closed in santa rosa, healdsburg, cloverdale, sonoma and guerne ville, you can see a complete list of schools closed today. you can go to web links on our website, pittsburg schools are keeping students inside all day, recess, lunch and pe classes will be inside.
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sports and other activities will be indoors. school administrators will operate on this schedule all week. and in southern california, the woolsey fire is the biggest concern. that fire is burning in los angeles and ventura counties. two people are confirmed dead, three firefighters have been hurt. fire crews estimate at least 400 homes and businesses have been destroyed. firefighters are working to save thousands of other homes that are still in the path of the flames. they say right now, the biggest threat is the hot dry winds that are expected to continue through today. we're expecting 40 miles per hour winds through tuesday, our primary focus right now, for our firefighters in this incident is first life and property protection. the fires burned 146 square miles which is almost three times the size of san francisco, it's now 30% contained but cal fire expects full containment by thursday.
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the other big fire in southern california, it's burned 7 square miles near cameriro, the hill fire has destroyed two homes and two others. no reports of injuries or deaths in that fire. we'll take you live to southern california coming up in our next half-hour for an update on the conditions and the firefight down there. but, the fires, the air, up and down the state just really tough. >> the time is 6:11, the paradise high school football fire. they were honored by the 49ers in last night's football game. >> we ask you to stand and join in the moment of silent reflection for those dealing with difficult circumstances. >> and we'll tell you what they're doing to raise money for those affected by the camp
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fire. and traffic is back to normal on this tuesday. it's getting more crowded on every freeway including highway 24. >> not much change going on for the bay area tuesday, that means another spare the air and air quality advisory. we'll show you what will be happening for the rest of the week coming up. so, let's talk about conference calls. there's always a certain amount of fumbling. a lot of times it doesn't work. we have problems. comcast business goes beyond fast.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2", the paradise high school football team was a special
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guest at the 49ers team last night. they met with members of the 49ers organization, it was the first time that the paradise high school football players had seen each other sips that fire started and many lost their homes. even though our houses are gone and the town is flattened, one of the worst parts is just not having anything to do. no work to go to no church or school to go to, no neighborhood to go to, anything, we can be together and we can be normal, so, kids were joking a little bit after they got into it, it was really sweet. the 49 others reached out to the high school with the offer of tickets and sealed access, the 9ers went to the coaches and fans. fans can bid on game worn jerseys, and they were worn by several players in last night's game. they're being auctioned off at
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fanatics the mullins jersey is selling pretty well, it may be at last bid $1,000, president will go to the north valley community foundation. and the time is 6:16, the 49ers headed to the biweek after they lost a game to the new york giants on monday night football. >> and it's pulled in for a touchdown. >> that was a catch, the 49ers were led by running back matt b. ida, the debs the giants were able to make -- the giants were able to make a big play after a big play. that led to a comeback from the giants. giants. >> he got it in, shepherd. >> that was the dagger, new york had just enough time on
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the clock for the 49ers got down the field, that final throw there, out of bounds. yeah the 49ers lost 27-23. here's the quarterback, nick mullins on the team's performance. >> everybody did a great job, i think, shoot when you're on the field you sense the brotherhood, everybody battled their butts off, everybody did the best they could, effort doesn't always win games, execution does. they look good at times. they have the second worse record on the nfl ahead of the raiders. and they'll play the tampa buccaneers on the road in week 12. the warriors are back home one day after losing to the clippers in los angeles. it was knocked away nicely by thompson, there was a battle and he to the it in the basket
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and threw it down. and that was a nice shot. they started a the part quarter down by 9 and they sent the game in overtime. lew williams with the clippers took over and scored 10 points and the warriors lost 121 to 116. >> they have to lose a couple now and then. >> just to show they're human. it's a busy commute, sal? >> it is a busy commute. today will be much different, i hope you didn't get used to it yesterday. 22 minutes to be the macarthur maze or to the carquinez bridge isn't bad. you have to wait in the bay bridge toll plaza line it make it on the bridge. you add 15 minutes before you make it on to the span. 440 is getting crowded and southbound 880 is slow and it's stop and go in pockets down to
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union city which is normal. the highway is slow to pittsburg and bay point. this is going later, we have slowing on northbound 101 between 280 and interstate 880. at 6:16 filling in for steve is rosemary. >> good morning, sal, good morning to all of you. we're not expecting much change. that means another spare the air day and an air quality advisory for smoke and haze out there. we're giving you a live look out there, san francisco, has in past days has experienced delays from low visibility from the haze and smoke. you can see that today. the skies are still a bit dark. san francisco upper 40s, santa rosa holding on to 33, we have low 40s in oakland and san jose 44, low 40s to 50s in the bay area, depending on where you
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are this morning. the temperatures are up to 50 degrees, the cloud cover is overhead, helping to offset the cooling in the overnight areas, some areas are freezing in some spots. lets look at the cloud cover, it's over california, areas of washington and oregon. but, the rain is not going to hit us, unfortunately. we're going to remain dry for the next several days, so partly cloudy for today, the upper level winds continue to push this direction, we remain down wind of the fire in paradise, for the afternoon, unhealthy for sensitive groups to unhealthy for everybody, and that's what we're going to see sort of fluctuate throughout the afternoon, just another day to be indoors if you can of course, do that. the mask in 95 is the best one. n95 or above, if you have to be outdoors and your work calls for it. 70 degrees for the inner east bay of concord upper 60s to low
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70s around the bay. san jose 71 expected for you and 72 for gilroy. here's a view the extended forecast. temperatures just don't budge. upper 60s at the coast, low 70s around the bay and inland. mild conditions today, tomorrow, we are looking forward to perhaps a bit of a pattern change with the wind by late in the week, that nice pacific air hopefully coming back to the bay area, we'll be holding up to that hope. we're looking into thanksgiving week before we see some of that. >> they're waivering a little bit you, last year at this time, everyone is heading up to do skiing and boarding. >> we'll continue to hope for some rain. >> thank you, rosemary. 6:21 is the time right now. former first lady michelle obama's book out today. what she outlines in her
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the weed killer roundup is facing hundreds of lawsuits. the german company says it has 5600 lawsuits. it's up 300 from last august. the lawsuits said roundup made them ill and bayer says it should have known it made them sick. they still say that the ingredient is safe to use. and they want to know why an african-american security guard was shot when he was detaining a gunman. robeson was shot and killed on sunday when he was trying to pin down a man involved in an earlier shooting. family members and friends said they don't know how it happened, he was wearing a bulletproof vest and a shirt that said security on it. a suspect inside the bar remains in the hospital.
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friends and family are remembering the youngest victim of the borderline bar and grill in southern california. hundreds marred to honor the victim alaina housley. she just started her freshman year at pepper dine university. they'll start a foundation in her honor called alaina's voice. they paid tribute to all of the victims' of gun violence. >> it's difficult for us and it's political about gun control. it's not about gun control to us. because there's a lot of people who handle that and guns are already in our lives. this is about being nice to one another. >> housely was one of the 12 people killed in the bar shooting and the gunman died after shooting himself. air quality continues to be a major concern today because of the camp fire. we're live in the north bay
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with a look at how it's affecting local schools and how long this bad air could last. also, the fires and disaster in butte county, many people are wondering if they can he is he in a moment's notice. what some are doing to prepare for a potential disaster. good morning you can see traffic is moving along well if you're driving on some commutes like the south bay ones and some other commutes, the bridges are getting filled in. in adddition to that, smoke and haze this morning, our dry, mild pattern continues. we'll check in on the current conditions and we'll tell you what you can expect for the afternoon coming up. michael vasquez! come over here. i've heard such good things about you, your company.
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we're taking you live to the new york stock exchange with the opening bell, that just rang there. we're keeping an eye on technology stops, apple led the way lower yesterday. right now it looks like a little bit of a recovery and a hire opening, we'll get you the business news coming up in dollars and cents. good morning to you, thanks for joining us on "mornings on 2", tuesday morning, november 13th, i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us this morning. most schools will be closed today in sonoma county because of the fire in butte county.
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>> we have the latest on how many schools are affected, leigh martinez has the latest. how is the air up there, what you can tell us? >> it's bad. most of the north bay is in the red zone because of unhealthy levels, schools have to close because of the physical healthy well-being, the staff members and their families. they're cancelling classes and athletics, 80% of the schools are closed because they don't meet the epa standard for air particles per 100. >> 11 charter school programs are closed and schools are closed in five counties. and for a second time, all, but 19 football claims are postponed until saturday. it all comes down to making sure the smoky air does not create a health threat to the
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young athletes. >> safety wise is our number 1 concern, it always will be, we want to get the games in, of course, but not at the expense of the student athletes. the santa rosa junior college closed all campuses again today. all classes and activities are cancelled, including the board of trustees, meeting scheduled for tonight. and in pittsburgh, school is in session today, all students will be kept inside, recess, lunch and pe classes have been indoors, they plan to use this plan for the rest of the week. pittsburg schools said they'll use a rainy day type of day for the students. they'll have the air- conditioning on a recycle mode to keep the air a little more safe for the students. now, if you want a complete list of which schools will be closed in sonoma we have that list on our website,
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leigh martinez, ktvu, fox 2 news. many parents and small children will be looking for indoor activities today because of that poor air quality, trampoline parks were popular yesterday. kids were out of school for veterans day. you want to jump in there. >> i do. >> this trampoline park sold out of its time slots, it's a great place to go to burn energy, the bounce houses reached capacity. >> they can't ride by or run around. >> no school. >> it's very little, if there is any chance at all, that it's not good, i want to keep them out of it. >> air quality managers are warning people it avoid exposure to the smoky air, especially small children, seniors and people with heart or lung disease. >> i went out, and it's cold out there. >> it's very cold, it's sweater weather. rosemary, the sky is coming in a nice pretty color this
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morning? >> timely we'll see some sun -- >> but -- >> it fluctuates. >> yeah, i know. >> we may get a wind that will shift it around a little bit. but, our flow hasn't changed, we're down wind of that fire, that won't change for the next few days, we'll remain with the spare the air, as the air quality advisory going through the bay area tuesday, it's hazy there and visibility has been down at times for san francisco and impacting some of the flights there, that may be the case again for today. at this moment, visibility looks anywhere from 3 to 4 miles from the bay area, san francisco at 48, santa rosa, a chilly 33 for you there, some folks near freezing, upper 30s in livermore, san jose, good morning to you at 44, the cloud cover is in place, partly cloudy skies overhead, temperatures in most areas, at least a few dealings, 3 in
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concord and hayward, we're cooler, down 11 degrees or so. the clouds tend to help offset the cooling in the overnight hours. it doesn't allow for some of the warmth we received to slide out of the atmosphere. this will remain for most of the day, this is quite off the pacific, it will continue to move off the bay area, it will bring partly cloudy skies for tuesday, unhealthy air around the region, a bit moderate over the southern portion of the peninsula and near the south bay, unhealthy for sensitive groups for the east bay shore, around freemont and hayward and into the south bay right now. unhealthy forceps active group. it's 150 on the index, unhealthy across the board. in any event, it's a good day to avoid being outdoors. low 70s around the bay, low 70s for the inland cities as well. have i'll have a look at the
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extended forecast in the bay area, we want to get on to the highways with sal. good morning. good morning. all of the crowd is back today, the holiday traffic was lighter for sure, we're seeing slow traffic in the east bay starting with highway 24 on the way up to the tunnel, lafayette is slow, it's slow in arunda, when you get to the bay bridge, this is slow coming around the macarthur maze, it's coming up for a 20-minute delay. 880 is slowing down as you drive out of san leandro into oakland, a couple of spots of stop-and-go traffic already, all of the commutes that you normally see are slow this morning, including the south bay which is beginning to get slow on the major freeways approaching the west valley. 6:36, let's go back to you at the desk we continue to monitor the latest on the camp fire in
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butte county. if you've just joined us, this has become the deadliest wildfire in state history. 42 people are confirmed dead, hundreds more are still reported missing. the fire husbanders nearly 183 square miles -- the fire has nearly burned 183 square miles. it's 30% contained. they think it will take them to the end of the month to have it fully contained. the time is 6:37, free fires are being focused on in southern california. there was a new fire yesterday morning, the peak fire along the los angeles ventura county line. it was contained in a couple of hours, two fires still burning are the hill fire, that's near camereo and the woolsey fire between malibu and thousand oaks. cal fire expects full containment of the woolsey and hill fires by thursday. we're joined live where a group
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of firefighters are about to head out to the fire lines. good morning, ray. >> reporter: that's right, good morning, at 7:am these firefighters -- at 7:00 a.m., these firefighters will get a briefing. you can see some of these drugs behind me arrived at 10:00 last night. some of the firefighters slept in their trucks, one slept on the grounds, others slept in their tents as they get ready as you mentioned to try to get this contained by thursday. >> the camp fire, now, the deadliest and most destructive in california history. ,000 of firefighters are -- thousands of firefighters are trying to stop the spread of flames. >> it's heartbreaking to drive through paradise and see the level of destruction. >> the town of paradise erased from existence, dozens unable to escape, their bodies found
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in their cars or outside of their cars and they have smoldering homes. and they expect the death toll to spike and people are waiting anxiously about their loved ones. >> my husband's aunt is up here and we can't find out if she is safe or not. >> the woolsey fire is burning a path from los angeles to ventura counties through the santa monica mountains to the malibu coast. >> tens of thousands of homes remain threatened. >> it's beyond words, it looks like a nuclear blast went off here. >> and crews are not getting help from the santa ana winds which are expected to gust through tuesday. >> reporter: now, we're starting to get first tallies on some of the damage here, firefighters estimate 400 buildings have been destroyed as a result of the woolsey
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fire, many are homes and 80% of national park service land in the santa monica recreation area has been burned as well and that's closed to the public for now. some of the evacuees from the wildfires need special accommodations, the humane society in ventura county rescued farm areas from areas under evacuation orders because of the woolsey and hill fires, donkeys, horses, cows and pigs were brought to the shelter. and actor patrick dempsey was helped by the humane society. he posted on facebook that he's gate full for the evacuation of the farm animals. >> there are a lot of people rethinking evacuation plans. the mayor in the santa cruz mountains said people there have several things to be
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worried about, including how to escape flames or floods on narrow and twisty roads, and the mayor suggests people should make plans when they have team to think through all of the options. >> if someone said to you you have to be out in ten minutes, you have to know what you're going to take and what the route is to take to get out of the area. >> and the chp recommends sticking to a major highway, even if it's going to be jammed with traffic. in the santa cruz mountains that would be highway 9 or 17. short cuts they can be blocked by fire or fallen trees or utility poles and that could end up being deadly in the case of a fast moving fire. and scientists say the fires burning in in or about and southern california say tease caused by nature and human caused climate change. climate change is killing the
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shrubs and trees which is providing the fuel, and they said forest management had nothing to do with the fires. they had some fires burned in 2008 and 2009. president trump has blamed poor forest management in california for the fires. and in other news the price of netflix is going up and many subscribers said they're willing to pay more for netflix. and the first lawsuit is filed about matthew whitaker, saying he's not allowed it take office. and the arch approach on the richmond bridge looks good. there's a little slowing here, it's nothing out of the ordinary, we'll let you know about these commutes when we come back. >> a smoky and hazy bay around the area. temperatures are not changing a lot. we'll tell you what to expect for today and the rest of the
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jim acosta, it's in response to what happened at the white house last week. he suspended his press pass last week. this incident here, was a big part of it. now, the trump administration pulled the credentials after they say acos trips to las vegas a was too physical with the female white house aide. president trump along with sarah sanders, they're named in the lawsuit by cnn, they want him restored as a white house reporter. they filed an injunction on making it happen quickly. democrats have won two republican held senate seats, giving supermajority in both chambers of the legislature. those two races were in the central valley. they give two-thirds advantage of the state senate assembly. they'll be allowed to raise taxes and override vetoes and suspend rules without the
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republican vote. and the democratic senate in arizona, countries continue cinema inched out a win against martha mcsally in the once staunchly red state. this is the first democrat that has been sent to the u.s. senate in 30 years. she'll take the seat by republican jeff flake who decided not to run for re- election. and bill nelson is fighting to keep his seat in the senate. and rick scott is being called to recuse himself from the recount process. the margin separating the two is razor thin, it's less than 1%. they want to have ballots
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counted before election day, but not before the polls closed. and the san francisco torn is criticizing president trump for appointing matthew whitaker as acting attorney general. he is questioning the legality of naming the replacement for former attorney general jeff sessions. and they said he did not act in compliance with federal law and said the deputy attorney general may serve as the replacement and he's asking the justice department for a legal explanation of the appointment. the new book of former first lady michelle obama hits book stores today. the book is called becoming, it's number 1 on amazon and is expected to be one of the best selling books of the year. it describes, life in white house, mothered and her manner -- motherhood and her marriage to barack obama and other
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things. oprah will moderate the event here and she'll be at the sap center in san jose. >> to a enthusiastic crowd, i am sure. 6:49 is the time. what are you keeping an eye on, sal? >> it's sometimes hard when we're looking at the cameras. we're looking at cameras that are hazy. we'll try to do what we can. the haze doesn't allow us to see things. first of all, at the bay bridge, it's not hazy here right now, anyway, you can see traffic is moving along okay, it's backed up for a 20-minute delay before you make it on to the span, typical if you're using a carpool lane, in major problems on the actual bring, 880, some stop-and-go traffic, there's not a solid line yet. it's getting filled in by the moment and here we are, san francisco a little hard to see there, you can see northbound
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101, approaching the 80 submit is all right. you can see a little slowing on 101 as you head down the peninsula, and across in the east bay 680 is slow this morning, so is 242 in walnut creek and highway 4, and slow to pittsburg and bay point. 650, lets bring in rosemary. good morning to you, we're partly cloudy outside our door this morning, we have the haze and smoke with us, once again for the afternoon temperatures won't be changing a lot. we're talking 60s and 70s. how about if we start with a beautiful view there, you can see over lake tahoe this morning. lake tahoe has good to moderate air quality in the forecast, not just now,, but this afternoon. if you can escape, it's a great place to be for today. if you can't, this is what we're looking at. we're giving you a look at partly cloudy skies outside our doors this day. we have a few waves rolling
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through. it won't bring us any rain. you have to go well north to get that. we're just with the cloudy conditions, partly cloudy this morning meanings overnight will offset the cooling, we're a little warmer, not by much, but warmer by some areas where we were 25 hours ago, see the direction, the winds are light at this point, especially in our area, we're continuing to see that drift come our way, and that will be the case for today. napa reporting a northeast breeze at 7, oakland a gentle breeze coming in from the east and a west wind in santa rosa at about 3, for your afternoon, unhealthy for sensitive groups to unhealthy. it will be another day to be indoors if you can avoid being out. of course, if you cannot avoid being out, the n95 and above is what you should be using if you can find them. we have 32 in oakland, and 30s
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in santa rosa and novato and upper 30s in walnut creek and livermore. a chill in the air this morning. here's a few numbers to the north, we have 35 in sebastopol, 47 in kelseyville. 60 degrees in bodega bay. the wind won't let the cooling occur from the wind stirring the atmosphere. it's going to be 70 in san raphael, upper 60s and low 70s here, on to the extended forecast where you'll notice not much change happening. upper 60s at the coast and low 70s inland and dry conditions all of the way through the weekend. we're looking a bit of a switch in the wind pattern and that will bring us better weather as we get towards friday, saturday and sunday, dave? >> all right, rosemary. the search for amazon's headquarters may be over. we'll tell you which two cities will be the east coast home for
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amazon will officially announces that new york city and crystal city virginia will each get major investments from amazon. analysts said that split up the new headquarters will make it easier to find qualified employees and reduce the impact on local housing, transportation and schools. google is investigating a major disruption to several services. search and other searches were temporarily unreachable yesterday after traffic was rerouted through the other networks. an internet research firm said that some of the user were directed to addresses in china and russia. it is possible that information that was not securely encrypted could have been intercepted. but 90% of google traffic is protected. the bay area base company that sells the popular vaping device rudy giuliani, they want to -- jewel, they want to
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expand to parts of asia now. she reached out to indonesia, that is one of the best known smoking friendly countries. they have been criticized of teenagers in the u.s. they don't impose penalties to sell to minors from. a major department store is considering two options how they will stay in business. macy's will wall off parts of four of its lower performing stores according to the wall street journal. that will let it reduce the number of workers if needs and cut down on the amount of merchandise and orders. the other idea is to upgrade some of the best performing stores. the stores will get better lighting, new carpeting and virtual mirrors and expanding the kinds of merchandise they carry. if you use netflix, a lot of users said they are willing to pay more to watch some of
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their favorite shows. the majority of subscribers said it has improved and they are willing to pay more. they expect netflix to raise prices in the next year. there is a new lyft rewards program. you will earn points for every dollar they spend. you can get free rides or lyft luxury. they will continue to make it available to more riders next year. we're in soft mode. we're still very much on fire. i think it will take till next week or the week after, months
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after. will camp fire in butte county continues to pretty. thousands of people remain evacuated. the crews work to get the flames under control. be strong and find the light. >> the bay area really stepping up to help the victims of the camp fire. we're tracking relief efforts as thousands of people from butte county prepare to rebuild. steve is off today. but rosemary is here with the forecast. not much change. it means dry and mild but the air quality not improving much. this is a live look here at the hazy sky across the oakland area. you can see a lot of


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