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temperatures in you can see that coming in on the marin coast. pedaluma with a visibility. oakland has 6. we'll keep an eye on that. 60s, 70s to 80. way above average and we're not seeing that and probably won't for awhile. couple of 30s. lots of 40s and 50s. low 40s here san ramon's in there. brent wood's 44. 51, that's for el sabronte. and there's fog there. high pressure is large and in charge. it's not going anywhere for awhile. probably weeks which means we have a very dry pattern here. coast dealing with fog. 60s, 70s and upper 70s and hazy. 431 south. we took care of holster now we're going tracy wise. >> we're going to solano
county. your people of vallejo, your people in venetia. your people there they want a little report. so let's give it to them. let's go out and take a look at 80 westbound. and don't forget your people in fairfield. westbound 80 looks good as you drive through the area. there have been no major problems here. so it is looking good; you can see traffic is moving along well for the most part driving through the area. there have been no major issues. it is going to be a little bit slow there or foggy there and on the bridge it looks okay. so the fog is not everywhere but we'll keep an eye on that for you. 4:32 let's go back to the desk. a mother in gilroy facing murder charges after police say she confesseher 2- year-old daurd daughter in a
bathtub. when the police arrived at the vineyards apartment complex on westwood drive, they found the child in the bathtub. neighbors say she and her daughter moved in only two months ago. >> if you're struggling like everybody does in the bay area you take a break and put the baby in the crib and you walk away and take a breather. >> less than a mile away. they say she told the police officer she just killed her daughter. she was arrested, booked into the santa clara county jail and she's being held without bail. two murder suspects are still on the loose after escaping from jail in monterey. a man hunt is under two inm from the monterey county jail over the weekend. salinas.
consider them both to be armed and dangerous. please dial 911. >> the two inmates escaped sometime between a head county sunday morning. authorities released new images inside the jail saying there's a blind spot around this bathroom in the unit they slept. inside that bathroom you can see on the ceiling where authorities covered a hole saying the inmates climbed up and through this narrow maintenance area. >> it goes up the ceiling where the pipes are. there is a little bit of room in there for maintenance work. and this is an area they wereto >> the inmates then managed to escape the jail building through this patch authorities believe they kicked out. while most of the jail is surrounded by barbed-wire.
the fugitives were both born in salinas and authorities say affiliated with different gangs. investigators are now looking into if other inmates helped them escape. >> we're going to do everything we possibly can to see what happened and how it happened. >> authorities are offering a $5,000 reward to catch the inmates, and in the meantime they say they are working to make repairs to make sure this doesn't happen again. ktvu fox 2 news. our time now 4:34. here's a look at some of the top stories this morning. police in orinda still investigating that deadly halloween night mass shooting at a party at an airbnb rental home. so far no arrests have been made. today the orinda city council will open their session with a moment of silence for the victims. that fire has burned more
than 2100 square miles. it is now 82% contained. burne another 350 are still considered threatened. and today is election day here in california. the polls will open at 7:00 this morning and stay open until 8:00 tonight. there are many important races and measures to be decided here in the bay area, including the mayor and the district attorney in san francisco. and in novato, they're electing a new city council. time is 4:36. happening today in washington d.c. the trial starts with roger stone. the former advisor to president trump who faces charges related to the russia investigation. the roger stone is accused of lying to lawmakers and tampering with witnesses during the investigation into alleged russian interference in the 2016 elections. stone claims the charges are politically motivated and he pleaded not guilty. there may be more no-shows
today on complil by the trump administration. witnesses scheduled to meet with officials. we're learning more about what has been said behind closed doors. >> we had four no-shows yesterday. there may be more today as administration officials refuse to bow to democrats demands. >> in their crazed thirst for power, the democrats are trying to tear our country apart. >> president trump at a rally last night in kentucky lighting up democrats as expected. but look at the supporters lined up behind him. a nod to president trump's claim that the transcript of the phone call he made shows did nothing wrong. but on capitol hill other transcripts are making headlines as democrats begin to release testimony from witnesses including former u.s. embassador to ukraine who said she was being targeted by president trump's allies.
other potential witnesses and administration officials though are refusing to testify infuriating democrats. >> this will be further evidence of the administration the constitutional duties of congress. >> to the media, do your job and print his name. >> kentucky senator rand paul last night backed the president calling for the media to name the whistle blower. but for other republicans this may get dicey. >> the president needs to give republicans a place to lay down on this. which is to say i wish he hadn't done that. we've got to move on to more important business. >> and we expect to see two more witness transcripts released today as democrats prepare to open up been p says the president will ask the supreme court to overturn a ruling by a rk ordering him to turn over 8 years of tax returns. the president is not immune from investigative steps taken
by prosecutors. to keep his financial records private. time is now 438. :38. happening today santa clara county supervisors. supervisor cindy chavez is leading the push which would ban all sales of ecigarettes in unincorporated parts of the county. along with two high school students and one teenager described how easy it was for him to get addictedr him to qui pretty much every single period of the day i vaped which means it was more nicotine, you know more time. so it was just so easy. >> as a community, we really have to address this as a type. we can't just address th one parent with their children. this has really got to be not okay for people to play rush roulette with their health. >> supervisor chavez pointed
the figures from the cdc which reported 37 deaths stemming from the use of ecigarettes. she also said reports show about 1 in 3 teenagers in santa clara county has reported trying an ecigarette. today city crews will clear a homeless camp in west oakland. city officials say the property is littered with abandoned vehicles, rvs and other structures. reportedly paying for the clean up and once the re lot is cleareoperate a sanctioned site for people to live in their rvs. 2500 officers expected to honor an el dorado county sheriff's deputy. escorted the body of deputy brian ishmale. the 37-year-old
deputy. four people have been arrested in connection with his death. during the precession yesterday, businesses along the route were decorated in blue showing their support. >> these guys, they have a very dangerous job and they're protecting us. >> now these services will begin at 10:00 this morning in roseville after that, there will be a police precession. right now 4:41. fire crews now have a handle on the kincade fire. the effects of the power shutoff is still affecting people around the bay area. what pg&e says it's doing to get full service back to all customers as soon as possible. and the police have made an arrest in an acid attack. now being called a hate crime. we'll tell you what led up to this attack. on the roads in oakland right now traffic in both directions looking good here on
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throwing bags from the top floors of the building and there are also people on the r we just wanted to show you what was happening in nigeria. our time is 4:44. charges of domestic terrorism faced one man. >> 27 richard service was arrested friday after undercover fbi agents brought to him what police believe were two pipe bombs. the investigation started after an undercover fbi agent contacted him on facebook. >> after being contacted by undercover fbi agents, mr. hose hoser indicated he wanted to do something that would let youish people know they are not
welcome they will leave or they will die. >> if he's convicted of the charges, hosier could get up to 20 years in prison. >> police have arrested a military veteran suspected of causing battery acid. here's a timeline of the incident. arresting a 61-year-old white male suspected of throwing battery acid on a hispanic man friday night. the man confronted him outside a restaurant about how he parked his car. accusing him of illegally being in the u.s. reportedly asking him. >> why you no respect my laws, why you came to my country. you came here illegally. >> a u.s. citizen who immigrated from peru initially ignored the man but did move his car. when he got back to the restaurant, the man was waiting
for him and that's when he allegedly threw the acid in his face. >> the feeling was burning and i tried to defend myself but i couldn't because i opened my eyes. >> officers investigating the incident as a hate crime were led to the suspect who was arrested monday. his family says he's a veteran who suffers from post traumatic stress. tom barrett expressed his disappointment pointing fingers at the president who he thinks insights hatered in minorities. >> people feel they have license to go after hispanic people and it's wrong. >> responding to the mayor's comments says the blame lies on the attacker and the trump administration has repeatedly condemned racism, biggotry and violence. the trump administration
officially notified the united nations the united states is pulling out of the paris agreement. that landmark deal was signed by 200 countries back in 2015 and it set goals to reduce carbon emissions. secretary of state mike pompeo. the united states is now the only country to get out of that affect. the official withdrawal will take effect one year from now. high levels of lead have been found in the drinking water of canadians. our reporters from the associated press and the institute for investigative journalism in montreal. the investigation found contamination in several cities they say is worst than in flunt, michigan. out of 12,000 tests, 1/3 of them experienced.
some say these are now trying to replace those pipes. pg&e says it has restored service in sonoma county. thousands of customers who had their gas shut off as well because of the kincade fire are still without natural gas. crews are inspecting gas lines and going from building to building to relight the pilot light. >> pg&e proactively shut off gas to about 24,600 gas customers near the fire print of those that were in the predicted path. . >> now pg&e's latest report 370 without gas service. time is now for a proposal to rename a block in san
francisco after late mayor. the board of supervisors land use and transportation committee approved a resolution to honor the name of jeff adachi by renaming bill gert street. -- gilbert street. the change now will go before the full board of supervisors for its approval. state leaders in the california state parks foundation are exploring the links between the health of young people and time spent outside. discussion was new research shows the majority of the state's young people live within close range of a state park. but very few actually visit the parks and some have never even been to one. authority its have discussed a plan.
. this time of year can change fast but i don't see anything yet. 40s for most. couple of upper 30s. but mainly 40s and 50s with that fog. 46 pacifica. 47 foster city. wood side los altos hills 56 over to fremont. it is just quiet quiet but this is nothing we haven't seen before. we've had very dry novembers. that's no indicator of what the future will hold. quiet dry pattern, warm, sunny, 60s, 70s to 80s. certainly down towards the santa clara valley.
gilroy in there 79 for los g.atos. >> lots of 70s. more 60s towards the coast. really no change there. it's dry for awhile. upper 70s to near 80 for many. >> just a reminder make sure you download the ktvu weather app. it has interactive radar, hourly updates and a 7-day forecast and a really easy feature to upload your photos. the weather app is free to download for your smartphone or tablet. time is 4:54. the quick-thinking bart combhe who risked his life to save another man's life is talking about it. this rescue and what that hero employee says was going through his mind at the time. >> plus a confrontation over a fast food pro motion turned deadly. we'll tell you why a man was fad to death over a pop eye's
trailblazers the warriors went after that first home win of the season after starting off with four straight losses at the new chase center. eric passcal led the warriors to 34 points. 5 other warriors were in double digits and the warriors finally won there beating the trail blazers 127-118. >> and the warriors are also honoring the firefighters. first responders were able to go down on the court before the game and sit court side during a pregame shoot around. >> to actuallyet in person. i know he's a great coach for the golden state warriors team. so it's good to have a supporting coach like that for our players. >> half of the proceeds from last night's 50/50 raffle went to support the kincade fire.
time is now 4:58. apple is giving $2.5 billion in an effort to ease the housing crisis here in the bay area. another $1 billion will be used for a first time home buyer mortgage assistance fund. a large area of land owned by apple will also be developed into affordable housing. >> going to help us prevent 1500 families from ever having to live on the streets and it's going to let us look for new and innovative solutions. governor gavin newsom called it unparallel and apple is serious about solving this homeless crisis. facebook's company logo is getting a makeover. take a look, it fades in and out of different colors. blue for facebook proper. green for what'sapp and pinkish for instagram and so on and so
on. the log o's supposed to be put into use with facebook products and market materials in the coming weeks. the facebook app and the website logo will stay just the way it is. and ups is forecasting a record number of returns this holiday season. ups expects to see a million packages a day being shipped back to retailers in both december and in january. the company says 1 .6 million packages will be sent back to stores the week before christmas. that's an increase likely driven by promotions pushing gift givers to buy and buy early. people heading to a look at some of the hotly contested races. >> there wasn't a lot of time to think. >> new video to show you in the words of a hero. the bart employee described
terrifying last-second moments when he saved the live of an intoxicated man who fell onto train tracks and barely survived. survived. from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> he says he's not a hero. . thank you for joining us this morning i'm pam cook. >> and i'm dave clark. . >> you don't have to go far to fiengd it. >> no rain though. not yet. >> keep looking. >> i'm looking. it will happen, don't worry. it will get here. >> people are asking. >> all the time. >> yeah. fog and hazy sun.
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