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really wednesday into thursday is the main rain system but the first of three is making its move. it's on the north coast producrain wn here. most of you if you're taking off now, you should be fine. that's for the morning commute and lesher toward the north in sonoma county or lake county and northern napa county. the rainfall looks rather impressive as we go into saturday. there will be three systems. wednesday night into thursday is the main system. this one will be bad. maybe an inch for some. 30s and 40s for most of the temperatures. a little bit of patchy fog but east bay temperatures in the 40s and 50s. the system will drop south and weakened as it moved south but everyone will get some rain but you may need to wait until this afternoon toward the south bay. the rain will make it just later rather than sooner. 60s for those temperatures. i'm hearing chatter? >> i have my here. let me turned them down.
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good morning, everyone. let's go to solano county and talk about the commute on 80 westbound. traffic is moving along well from vallejo to hercules. no major problems if you are driving through. there is a roadwork but it's not causing a big delay. you may see it as you drive from hercules in tulsa brontk in richmond. no major problems driving into richmond. from vallejo to richmond it's a good commute. no problems this morning from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, the traffic is light. this morning, san francisco police are trying to get video that may help them determine what caused a speeding car to slam into an apartment building. this happened on taraval street at the corner of 24th and temporarily disrupted muni service. no one in the building was seriously hurt . ambe
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driver. >> i saw it go by the window really fast. like a bullet. really fast. and then bam. >> reporter: this witness says it was around 315 when she found the car speeding by her bar. she estimates the driver was going about 50-60 miles per hour when it crashed into another vehicle going in the same direction. before plowing into a four unit apartment building steps from her business. >> i'm scared. i have a corner building. i'm just so happy it's not my building. it's so scary. >> reporter: police say the driver is a woman in her 70s and the passenger is her daughter in her 50s. fire crews executed the women from the carwere conscious and taken to the ital- threatening injuries. the property nelives in the building and was ng the >> we just had to evacuate to
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be safe and make sure there was no gas, no anything like that. >> reporter: two hours after the crash, a city inspector determined the building is safe to inhabit. the crash damage the basement which the property owner says is used for storage. many other residents cleaned up the debris. >> no one was killed. everyone is healthy. all we will do is fix it and move on. it will be okay. >> i hope those two people are okay. >> reporter: police say the cause of the crash may be driver error or she may have a medical condition. residents have patched up the damage temporarily. police tell me a driver traveling the opposite direction may have capture the crash on his dashcam. investigators are hoping to retrieve the video. amber lee, ktvu fox 2 news. a woman was arrested, suspected of a hit-and-run that killed a one-year-old boy from richmond. this happened over the weekend near south 17th.
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a little boy was rushed to a hospital but later died. he has been identified as noah courtier of sacramento. police say the driver left the scene but was arrested a few miles away. sight of him and he ran into the street today mississippi voters are deciding the last u.s. senate race of the midterm. they are choosing between a white republican backed by president trump's and an african-american democrat who was agriculture secretary under president bill clinton. the race gained national attention after republican candidate cindy hyde-smith praised the supported by saying she would attend a public hanging if the supporter invited her. back at home, police in antioch are looking for whoever spray-painted hateful messages and symbols on buildings, cars and churches in the city's downtown area. henry lee shows us surveillance video investigators hope will lead them to the vandals.
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>> hia barbershop. they hit churches and restaurants a whole bunch of stuff. it's unacceptable. it still shows that there's racism out here the church of g- holy on 3rd street marked with the term d women along with star and was speechless. the fact that it would be swastikas on a black church building in the fact that we just moved in. >> reporter: >> i came to this church and to me it's heartbreaking. to still see those signs in this modern age. >> reporter: antioch police released these images of the band all caught spray painting city vehicles outside antioch city hall. private vehicles were hit as well. we found this truck apparently owned by the parent of a marine defaced ou >> we put our heart and souls and finances into the downtown area and this is very disheartened to get the negative.spent the day removing graffiti at
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he also cleaned up this mural showing scenes from antioch's past. >> it's sad that people have to destroy other people profits property. this mural has been here for a long time. my business got it also and for what reason? >> reporter: all told 20 locations were vandalized. code enforcement workers cleaned up all as a courtesy. >> these are victims and we don't want to victimize the victims by issuing citations or fines even though it is a violation to have graffiti. this is obviously unwanted and something that these folks did to their own businesses. >> reporter: police say the power poles -- patrols and were visible all day. antioch said this behavior is not reflective of the community or our beliefs. as a police department we disappointed. if you recognize the man in these photos, please call antioch police. henry lee, ktvu fox 2 news.
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today, a group of san francisco city employees will speak out about the alleged racism they say they face within city departments. the san francisco board of supervisors will hold a hearing this afternoon about the issue. part of the board held a hearing several months ago about alleged discrimination in the workplace. the service employees international union says it's not enough diversity in hiring. they will hold a news conference today before the board hearing. the man accused of killing 18-year-old neil wilson at an oakland bart station is due in court today. john lee cowell is due in court to have his plea hearing today. he is facing charges of murder and attempted murder after allegedly stabbing both wilson and her sister, as they were getting off the train at the macarthur bart station. the man was arrested at the pleasant hill bart station after police passenger. ntucky sheriff's
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department is leading the investigation into the ive. the former bay area radio host was a reported missing two weeks go. he was last seen in western kentucky not far from where he lives in illinois. investigators say the san francisco native may be disoriented and has been showing signs of dementia. the sheriff believes he baby staying with from -- staying with someone who has not heard he was reported missing. the crash new york. investigators say a driver mistook his gas pedal for the break and plowed into a crowd of people. 56-year-old man was killed and six others were hurt this happened in chinatown. the driver was trying to park when he drove onto the curb and crashed into two for cards before hitting people. the new york mayor is promising a full investigation. today, this is an exciting new chapter for the mars insight probe one day after it successfully landed on mars. >>
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>> scientists say the probe landed in what they call a boring place. it's just what they wanted because that increases the chances of a successful landing. it unwrapped it solar panels and started recharging its batteries and was sending back its first photos from ours. they were speckled with dust on the camera lens. now the real mission begins. >> mars was a habit until -- habitable planet until 3 million years ago. something happened and now it's desolate. were trying to understand what caused that to happen. >> the probe is sending back more photos and they have less dust on them. the next agenda is to drill into the surface of mars to see how deep the martian crust is across the world to give back.
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it's called giving tuesday and this year it's supposed to break records with people contributing more $360 million. half of the donations will be given online using a credit or debit card. religious nonprofits benefit the most. there are several organizations you can donate to in the bay area. to find how to donate, we posted a link on our website go to and click on the web links section of our homepage. especially since we have been ravaged by wildfires. some of those funds should go that direction. still ahead, calls are growing for a boycott of the san francisco giants. we will talk about the controversial contribution by one of the team's owners to a missis protecting bay area homeless during winter months. the reason were shelters are seeing higher demand and what some of them are doing to prepare for this week's rain.
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right now toll plaza is light. you may want to get there soon because i'm sure it will not stay this way for too long. it looks good right now into san francisco. for most of the commute it will be dry unless you are well to the north. by late morning and early afternoon, the system will work its way in. it's in mendocino county now.
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president trump's says congress needs to fund a boarder wall. as doug luzader reports from washington, democrats have their own demands. >> reporter: there is some time to defuse this but government funding runs out on december 7 and this immigration crisis could push things to the brink. after a violent weekend, migrants that have amassed along the u.s.-mexico border are considering their options, having been turned back once and the president is seizing on the crisis laming democrats. >> democrats have become the party of caravans and crime. >> reporter: appearing at two rallies in mississippi yesterday for his senate race, the president again and again brought up the border. his support is pushing for a boarder wall and the president is leading the charge. they say congress should have funded the wall and that assistance could lead to a government shutdown in a week
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the white house. >> i think what this does is further puts people into their corners and to their partisan corners. it's hard enough to get things done on capitol hill and when you see these images when it like getting the tv waves, it makes things that much harder to get done. >> reporter: but that's not the only thing that could signal a shutdown. democrats may insist him a provision to protect special counsel robert mueller and the ongoing russia pro. >> democrats will push to include it on the must pass spending bill that we must approve in the next few weeks. >> reporter: but plenty of republicans and democrats in congress would like to see this resolved without a break in funding. >> life is hard but it's harder when you're stupid and it would be stupid to shut government down. we ought to be able to work these things out. >> reporter: it's always possible that congress could pass a stopgap bill to buy some extra time but no one seems to be in the mood right now for compromise. doug luzader, fox news. more flights are canceled
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around the country today because of a snowstorm. dropped lots of snow in the midwest including more than a foot of snow in chicago. thistoughest november snowstorm to hit chicago in more than 40 years. almost 70,000 homes and businesses have no we look the city in illinois right now. with more winter shelters opening around the bay area with several days of rain in the forecast this week, you heard steve, the national guard armory in santa rosa is opening at night to provide a place for people to get out of the weather. many shelters are seeing people lined up for hours before the doors open. the city of santa rosa is opening seasonal shelters for the upcoming months but there is a concern the shelters not helping to solve long-term housing problems. >> we are housing first and getting
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people into housing in the best strategy to prevent homelessness but this is not meant to be a housing solution. this is meant to save lives. we take for granted living in a warm house. when it's a 36 degrees or less in santa rosa frequently throughout the winter, being exposed to those elements can be life-threatening. >> a survey taken early this year and sonoma county showed more than 21,000 people live in unstable housing situations or are homeless. caltrans is warning it may close part of highway 1 on the central coast. the agency tweeted this yesterday afternoon -- due to a major storm forecast to hit the central coast on wednesday, we are issuing a 48 hour traffic advisory for closing highway 1 south of big sur. caltrans says it expects to either confirm or cancel that closure sometime today. we will let you know. sal will let you know
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what's happening in the commute right now. everyone behaving? >> yes. for the most part. we look at things here. we don't see anything unusual but we do see slow traffic out there. we will go to the tracy commute where we do have a lot of slow traffic on 205 before you get to 580 and also on 580 as well. you can see the slow traffic here. it's going to be a tough commute until you make it over the altamont pass. nothing unusual about that. the one thing to watch out for the other way on eastbound 580, there is roadwork that has closed some lanes approaching the trace triangle. that will slow you down in that direction. let's take a look from livermore to dublin. it looks okay. no problems in oakland. both directions getting up to the bay bridge are okay. . there is not a big crowd yet. if you want to get on the road soon, you will beat it. let's bring stephen. >> didn't you notice the flags? >> they are moving.
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from the south? >> yes. very sharp on that. usually you bring that up. we are okay this morning unless you're up north. yesterday -- yesterday was warm for some yesterday. gilroy checked in at 72. santa cruz, 70. morgan hill was close. napa airport with a south wind, 68 degrees. santa rosa, 67. today will be different. cloudy skies in rain developing. 50s and 60s. upper 50s and low 60s. cloudy and rainy forecast today . there will be three systems on the way. wind and rain wednesday afternoon into thursshow. the third system on saturday -- i know the big game is on saturday -- we will fine tune this as we get closer. almost all the models show some on saturday. rainfall looks rather impressive.
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going into the weekend you are looking at santa cruz with almost 3 inches of rain. that is at santa cruz. if they get 2.80, that will add more to that in the santa cruz mountains. the moisture will lift, it will cool and condense and they get more. the same could be said for the russian river and marin county. 2-3 almost for everyone over the next three systems. our system it's making its move on the mendocino coast we have a way to go before it gets here. maybe northern sonoma county will get on that in the next couple of hours. cloudy with patchy fog to the south. some areas in the 40s but temperatures are up due to cloud cover. 50 in the santa cruz and san jose statesystem. after this system drops south, it willpport and that could enhance some of those rainfall rates wednesday into thursday. maybe a 10th of an inch to an inch in the north for today's system coming into the golden gate around noon.
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it will weaken as it moves toward san jose in the santa cruz mountains. on wednesday, a lot of cloud cover filtering and with some rain developing. the bull's-eye could be the santa cruz mountains. overnight thursday there will be two pieces of energy. one will rotate in and the next one comes in in the morning. that will be an active day as a surface low develops over us. that means wind as well. 50s and 60s for the temperatures. cloud cover will hold these down today. one system today. then wednesday we cloud on frid tell you who is now number oneh beating ellen degeneres. land of blue jeans. and burgers. and while blue jeans got all skinny on us... i can't feel my legs. way are we giving up on burgers. that's why i created the all-american ribeye burger,
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as 18 but came back things to kevin durant. klay thompson had 29 points. the warriors one, 116-110. they are off the next couple of days but will play in toronto thursday night. former nfl pass rusher aldon smith won't be going back to jail. he worked out a deal with prosecutors. aldon smith played for the 49ers and the raiders. he pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor charges related to a domestic violence case from earlier this year. in exchange, he was sentenced to 90 days in jail which he got credit for time served. aldon smith was also sentenced to three years probation and 25 hours of community service.'s 2018 word of the year is -- misinforma regardless of whether there is an intent to d the website says a lot of people spread misinformation thinking it's chief linguist says misinformation has been
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around for a long timeto a new the past decade thanks to social media for spreading rumors and fake news. arby's testing a new sandwich that features beer can chicken. beer can chicken involves cooking children over a half can of beer. arby's is using miller high life. two variations are being tested in minnesota, oklahoma and georgia. not only does judge judy preside over the courtroom on tv but she is judge judy, his real name is judy sheindlin, is number one. making $147 million. she makes $47 million a year for hosting her judge judy show. she made another $100 million last year by selling the rights
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to her show's very expensive library. here's the top five list. judge judy is number one. ellen degeneres is number two. she earned $87.5 million last. number three is doctor phil. that's followed by ryan seacrest with his daytime talkshow and american idol. he pulled and $74 million in 2017. rounding out the top five is steve harvey. $44 million. he hosts shows that include the family feud. dropping out of the top five this year, simon cowell but i think he is doing okay. ve effo continue in paradise after the camp fire. we tell you about a big donation that is expected to be given today to high school students. speaking out for the first time since the cavanaugh hearings. what christine blasey ford posted online to her supporters. good morning. right now we do see traffic in the south bay that is off to a
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good start. this may be the time for you to get on that south bay commute before everyone else does. i may not be on that list but i have a money forecast for you that includes rain. there are a couple of systems on the way. the first one will be here late morning, early afternoon.
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we are now in day 55 at the marriott hotel protest in this time hotel workers are asking teachers not to cross the picket line for the annual conference. the giants are trying to ease tensions regarding a campaign donation to a controversial political candidate. the team's response to calls of a boycott. good morning. thank you for joining us it's tuesday, november 27. wrapping up the long steve paulson will tell you if you need an umbrella this morning. >> not


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