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and after a deadly halloween night party, in orinda there is a major push to ban short-term rentals. we'll break down a decision made at a packed city council meeting. and one teenager is dead, another hospitalized in a double shooting in antioch. what officers say happened moments before shots rang out. >> announcer: from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. this is wednesday november 6th, i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. it's a chili wednesday morning. >> and a little bit foggy, as well. >> that's a good thing as you mentioned. like a wet blanket. still be a little bit sunny and cooler today. most of you listening in the morning, we're dealing with today, we'll have temperatures coming down a few degrees. no rain in sight as we head towards fog coverage on saturday. don't hang your hat on
that. we'll get a lot of lead time before something develops. 50s, 60s, 70s most locations down 3 to 5 degrees. a pretty good lull spins off southern california. it is funneling in some moisture into arizona and mexico. not for us expect the higher clouds are rotating in. most of us should be gone and the fog will retreat. the bases are higher so the visibility is better but some locations about a quarter mile, half mile, mile and a half, including san jose, which is 2-mile visibility. that's been coming down. 63 to 77. everyone else is near average to above. i don't think we'll change too much. we've had a couple 30s. the humidity went up, there is felton and scotts valley. 50s around, saratoga, as well as, and temperatures coming in a little bit cooler. most will be slightly above average and that's the trend for a while. 50s, and 60s. vallejo, in the 80s.
>> we'll talk about that and the east bay, steve in general. we're getting a lot more people on the road and that includes the bay bridge. a lot of people are waiting at the toll plaza to get to the bridge. at least we haven't had any incidents, but as steve alluded to, we had an earlier accident near tennessee street. 37th very slow heading towards 121 and 680 is closed, so is highway 4, which is typical, almost but not quite backed up to antioch and 680 southbound as you drive down getting into alamo, there is a crash near stone valley road. southbound 680. traffic is going to be slower than usual. if you are getting on danville, and it might actually break. this is interstate 880 north and south. southlake commute, silicon valley getting into the west valley, is getting loaded up, into coopertin o.o.
and the races are too close to call, and just ahead of boudin, you can see we really see number this is tight. overall losses leading boudin by a few hundred points. we are live at san francisco city hall. the counting continues. >> reporter: that's right. we won't have the results for the next day or two. maybe longer than that. this is very controversial, so it's fitting it would end in this dramatic way. now at latest check, loftus leads budinger boudin. the elections department will release more vote totals as mail-in ballots are counted. it could be days before a winner is announced. right now, loftus is in the lead. since none of the four
candidates have the majority, san francisco's ranked choice voting put loftus ahead as there were more first and second place votes. the votes were distributed to other candidates, who were second choice among doubt conservatives, and nancy tung was released. nick talked about his goals if elected. >> i have compassion for everybody in the justice system, for families and people who have been victimized by crimes. >> this campaign stood for a very different process. we all deserve safety and justice and we are going to deliver to san francisco. theirst time in
more than 100 years, the race for da has no incumbent after the district attorney resigned last month. a week layer, mayor london reed appointed interim da loftus, and budinger boudin recently was dealing with issues at the police officer association. the p.o.a.'s president said they educate voters, but boudin said the association was spreading lies. as for who will take the top prosecutor's spot, it could take days before we get that final answer. ktvu fox 2 news. >> see you in the race for san francisco mayor point incumbent mayor won election into the first four year term, winning
68% of the vote. and more election results in san francisco. proposition a was passed, letting the city sell $600 million in bonds to pay for fordable housing. the most expensive election was problem b, overturning a city wide ban on the sale of e-cigarette beginning next year. even on though tobacco groups spent millions, voters overwhelmingly reject today. 80% to 20%. and drop d imposes a tax on ride share in san francisco. it needs two-thirds majority to pass and has about two-thirds support. the city could bring in more than $30 million a year for transit improvement projects. >> and while there are still being ballots counted, san francisco was the lowest turnout the city has seen in ten years. the elections department report
business 23% to eligible voters. it's about 115,000 people in comparison, the mid-term election last november was at nearly 75% and turnout for the 2016 presidential election was almost 80%. across the country democrats show strength in some key state elections. kentucky, the governor's race, democratic attorney general, andy beashear leads more than 5,000 votes. and the first time in 26 years, republicans did hold on to the governor's office in mississippi. and especially on days like this you can get your news to go if you download the ktvu mobile app for your smart phone or tablet. in between newscast you can find the most up-to-date election results and the updates on weather, and traffic. hundreds of lyft and uber drivers will push for ride share
companies making them work as independent contractors. the drivers backed a state law to make them be considered as employees, making them eligible for company benefits and minimum wages. uber and lyft, along with door dash and post mates recently said they're paying for a ballot initiative that would exempt their employees from the new law. the drivers were protesting outside the homes of company executives in atherton and beverly hills. the orinda city council approved a 45-day moratorium on short-term rentals where a host is not at the property. it comes after a shooting that left five people dead. people at last night's city council meeting in orinda calling for limiting or banning no host for rentals. a few people said they support the measure. >> my husband died suddenly from surgery. the city's passing of the short-term rental ordinance
is a way for me to support and generate income for my father, my daughter and myself. >> it is very uncomfortable to have a hostess stream of strangers coming in and out of the neighborhood. >> council members say they'll approve an emergency moratorium and no short-term rentals in two weeks and council will have up to two years for a permanent order. and vote voters haven't told bus a shooting on halloween night. there was a fight involving two groups, one based in san francisco, the other in marin city. halloween night, there were people from both groups at the halloween party in orinda. that party was advertised as an airbnb mansion party. we're told several people in the kip to know area pulled out guns and started shooting. brandon duckworth said he counted at least 20 gunshot as he ran out
the front door. >> you have to watch your surroundings, and run away from where you hearing the shots coming from. >> reportedly, at least one of the victims was caught in the crossfire as two shooters were aiming at each other. this by the way was orinda's first homicide case in seven years. this morning antioch police are investigating the deadly shooting of a teenage girl. police received several calls about shots fired near hillcrest and bell flower drive after 7:00 p.m. last night. officers were told the two men fired several shots and ran away and called for someone saying they were shot and was driven to kaiser hospital in antioch. the girl was pronounced dead at the hospital. a 17-year-old boy was hurt and he is expected to survive. at this point, police haven't given us the description of the attacker. 7:11. still ahead, a controversy brewing near chicago, over a racial internet
at the buffalo wild wings restaurant. the racism complaint facing that restaurant and what a group of diners are now saying about it. and also we've heard of tornado chasers, but with the recent wildfires in california, there are wildfire cases. we'll show you the local team that's specifically trained to be in the line of fire. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
welcome back. 7:13. two inmates are still on the loose this morning. sheriff's deputies thought they tracked down one of them yesterday at a motel 6 in the town of marina off highway 1. a motel employee called police and said 20-year-old jonathan salazar was in one of the motel rooms. police evacuated the motel, then called on salazar to come out of there. there was no response and eventually a police dog was sent in, but the room was empty. the sheriff's office believes salazar may still be in the area. >> someone who faces charges like this, they think they are automatically fleeing to other parts of the country. oftentimes we find them right here in monterrey. >> authorities are also still searching for a second escaped inmate, 21-year-old santos
fonseca. both men escaped by cutting a 22 inch hole in a bathroom ceiling. a youth soccer coach in san ramon is being accused of sexual assault. luke emit, director of operations and coach for the san ramon sb soccer club. police say an 18-year-old woman told them he assaulted her multiple times when she was helping him. the investigation is ongoing. anyone with information is asked to call police. gavin newsom want it is pg&e, he met behind closed doors after the catastrophic wildfire and outages he saw in recent weeks. the governor wants all parties to speed up the bankruptcy process. >> we need to make sure all the claims are resolved, particularly the fire victims, which we're working on. we had to emerge from bankruptcy. >> the meeting came as pushing for a buyout of pg&e and want to
turn it into a publicly owned company. and last month pg&e rejected an offer from san francisco to buy part of pg&e's network within city limits. the company also sayso be converted into an electric co-op. pg&e says changes are coming, but local leaders say it's long overdue. >> we occur before the bankruptcy court moves forward we really have the opportunity to explore a customer-owned utility. let's take the profit motivation out of it. pg&e that needs to rely on junk bonds in the future is not pg&e we can rely on. >> a cooperative would have certain advantages, including
more money to invest into its network, however customers would assume the risk for all future liabilities from pg and,'s grid g&e's grid. the county is working on securing an emergency contract by the kincaid fire at no cost to the property owners and is expected to take as long as three weeks. it can be a slow process, because hazardous debris left behind after a wildfire can leave residents exposed to chemicals such as asbestos. >> and researchers at san jose state university of learning more about the wildfires. last month, a fire weather researcher used the kincaid fire to continue its research on the dynamic nature on wildfires. after the location on the fire line, craig and his team used a special radar that can pick up ash particles and other debris and said the mobile lap will
help better under how wildfires spread so they can create their own weather. metallica is donating $100,000 to california's wildfire relief effort. it's coming from the band's foundation called all within my hand. half of the money will go to the sonoma county, and the other half will go the wildfire relief fund. >> dave matthews band, and metallica does good things left and right. >> if you haven't seen metallica if you like that kind of music, i would recommend. they sound just like they do on the records. the big thing about going to a concert. >> i just saw them at chase center. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza and take a look at
the commute. you can see it's backed up and there have been no major problems on the bridge. vallejo improved because we had an earlier motorcycle accident. 37 is very slow west towards marin county and highway 4 out of antioch over to concord. 680 to walnut creek is slow are because of that accident we had near stone valley road on 680 south. 880 northbound getting a little slow into downtown oakland, and all the valleys are slow, as well. let's bring in steve, a man who is always humble. >> any other shows you would like to tell us about? >> three dog night. that was really good. >> it was fun. thank you, sir. let's get to it here. we have some cooler conditions and a lot of low clouds. first of all welcome to animal planet. i'm your host. mr. g says the fog on sonoma mountain, where it's 46 degrees. their nose is out the door said i did the same
thing this morning. i put my nose out there and said i'd like to go back to bed. johnny washed both cars and i like the way you're thinking, maybe in about ten days. sunny after a few high clouds in the morning. it will be a little bit cooler. temperatures 60s and 70s, 80s that we had a lot of yesterday. fog looks to be decreasing by the weekend. there is no rain in sight. super typhoon along the western pacific, it's 185, 190-miles-per-hour winds, it will recurve, and move across the pacific. that's a lot of energy coming across the pacific. won't be for about 7 to 10 days though. higher clouds over us, big fog bank and that's reduced visibility, not as bad as yesterday. half mile petaluma, quarter mile, santa rosa, and san carlos, and oakland down to 4. it has been
decreasing visibility. 63 to 77. 40s, and 50s on your temps. i don't think these will change at all around the bay. el cerito, and berkeley. san lee and row, and higher clouds will be gone, and it's a dry pattern and looks like low clouds and fog. at least the humidity is up. we'll take that and more of an onshore direction, instead of offshore, so there is no rain, just a little different twist with the fog and the higher clouds. 50s, 60s, 70s. it does look a little dry, a little less fog into friday, and saturday. 7:21. a series of small fires pond up in an east bay park. coming up we talk to people living nearby who say they think this is all the works of an arsonist. and an arrest may be made in connection to a cartel where men authorities found the cartel hiding.
7:24. nine americans are killed by a mexican cartel. the suspect was found overnight, holding hostages in the arizona border. you can see those hostages were related to the family members who were killed when their suvs were ambushed on monday. eight children were found alive hiding nearby. at least five of them had gunshot
injuries. >> the violence and disregard for human life displayed by these human organizations organizations, the united states may have to take matters into their own hands. >> investigators say they found some 200 shell cases at the scene. president trump said the united states is willing to help mexico wage war on the mix cab cartel. protests continue in bolivia, over presidential elections. >> riot police fired teargas at demonstrators who threw canisters back at police. protestors are demanding the resignation of president able morales following accusations of the governing parties rigging the election last month. an international organization is expected to complete the audit this month. and antigovernment protests, they were initially
protested by an interest in subway fare and transformed for greater economic quality. at least 18 people have been killed and thousands were arrested. a regular customer at a buffalo wild wings has been ban forward life. two employees of the restaurant are fired after a disturbing incident there. the families involved called on the company to establish 0 tolerance policies and establish training to combat bigotry. it started when a group of family and friends went to buffalo wild wings and an employee asked one of the men in the group what race he was. >> i was immediately astonished. i was even asked this question, but i responded, what does that matter the host said we have a regular customer here who doesn't want to sit around black people. >> one of the kids -- a couple of the kids asked what was going
on. coach, are we getting kicked out? we said we're just not spending our money here. >> the group last when they said the table was reserved. most employees involved were managers and announced all employees will undergo sensitivity training. 7:27. a massive data breach across our state exposes thousands of drivers' sensitive information. coming up exactly what happened and why it's so concerning for undocumented immigrants. and uber lift drivers aren't the only ones impacted by law. we'll have more on why truck drivers are against it.
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welcome back. it's wednesday morning, i'm dave clark. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. let's talk about how the weather has changed significantly. >> last week was dry, bone-dry, now we have the humidity. the higher clouds are clearing out and the lower clouds will retreat. they are a little bit higher soroused visibility for a few. john says good morning from
concord. thank you for that. although i think your dog sent that in, not you. towards concord, what do we have, 48 in fairfield, 44. and 40s in napa, and 50s, although redwood city is 44, and in between that, sunnyvale, is 50. towards the east bay, clayton at 45 degrees, close enough, lafayette, walnut creek, 46, and alamo, everyone's pretty close. san ramon, 42. 44, low 50s around albany, and 63 to 77. the city is below average on the temps. southern california, baja, not doing much there. we get a few high clouds, and
mostly sunny clouds, is it has been coming down. once that fog lifts we'll have mostly sunny skies and temperatures again, a little bit above average, except closer to the coast. we'll have 50s and 60s. high pressure says i'm not leaving for a week to 10 days. after that maybe, but until then, 50s, 60s, and 70s. 7:32. sal is here. how is the weather? is it improved? >> the commute has slowed down just a little bit. we are in the heart of it. let's go to the richmond bridge and you will see traffic is slowing down. nearby, things have normalized some of the crashes we had earlier and bay bridge, 20-minute delay, 880 is not quite stop and go yet, but it's slowing down on the way to oakland and i put that san francisco picture in the lineup
there because it's fogged in. we'll show you san francisco's completely fogged in. this is a look at westbound 92, the san mateo bridge and you can see traffic is okay, but the fog steve and i were mentioning may have saw that san francisco international airport. check with your airline to make sure it's still on time. 680, concord, we had an earlier accident into alamo from walnut creek. 733 times. happening today, independent truck drivers in california are not backing down from their protest against 85, it's the law that classifies independent workers for uber and lyft as employees, but it also affects truck drivers. christina rendon is in san francisco, where truck drivers are protesting this morning. >> they are now going on day three of the protests, hoping to
get exempted from ab 5. truckers plan to protest this morning in just about an hour from now. just yesterday, they were outside of the state building in oakland. you can see some of the videos there. a lot of these workers say they like to work as independent owner-operator truckers and allows them to set their own hours, be their own bosses and earn more money and a lot of them say they spent more than $200,000 or more on their trucks to to be fully comply with safety and pollution regulations. some truckers worry it's 85 -- or when 85 goes into effect, it will force them out of business. >> independent owner and operators, doing all the work being done out here, the union is an attempt, contractors can't possibly buy that many trucks and keep them. >> they have their own carry permits and pay their own taxes. they've chosen to independent.
>> this is new video in to ktvu, getting ready to head over to where we are on golden gate avenue. there are at least two dozen truckers who plan to be here. the governor wants to mention, the law was signed in to law in september. more than 1 million californians be lawyering to cut costs, and classified as contractors, hoping for labor rights for the first time including minimum wage, and wind chill among other things. today's demonstration get started in about an hour fremont, coopertin o jno, will also hold events today, hoping to get
an exemption to 85. in the next hour, once the clouds start. ktvu fox 2 news. 7:36. county supervisors, and entire counties approve bans on e-cigarette. supervisors approved a ban on the sale of distribution and baby products to anyone under 21 years old in the unincorporated parts of the county. san mateo county supervisors approved completely banning the sale and distribution of e-cigarette and unincorporated parts of that county. and we'll start in marin county, where voters have rejected measure m, a proposed tax that was suspected to raise $30 million for maintenance of the 93-year-old memorial park. this is after voters voted to approve a new parcel tax for up to $250 a year.
all three of the fire departments rely on volunteers. each agency will be able to boost staffing to 8 firefighters. 7:37. the dmv says it improperly released social security information for 3,200 californians. several state and federal agencies including the irs, received information they should not have been given. homeland security was given information on almost 200 people, including records for immigrants who were in this country illegally, but they were applying for special licenses. a spokesperson for the dmv says they've been a lettered and informing drivers about what happened. supervisors are considering a conservator ship lawship law. they want to enact laura's law, allowing for court ordered people suffering from mental illness.
>> our mentally ill homeless need services the city cannot provide. >> five other counties have enacted laura's law and it's been successful. 7:38. new information about a man who was shot and killed by san jose police. police say 33-year-old francis colange had two outstanding warrants and also meth am met min methamphetamines in his body when he died. he was drawing back a weapon when the officer shot him. it turned out to be an air soft replica. san jose police say he wanted to quote commit suicide by cop. body camera video will be made available later in this continuing investigation. a jury has found a man from danville not guilty of animal cruelty after video of him showed him kicking a dog and
went viral. the couple's home surveillance video recorded 38-year-old adam kicking their dog last december. they hired him to walk the dog through the popular dog walking app called wag. wag kicked him off their platform and the police charged him with one count of misdemeanor animal cruelty. people say they're worried about several fires that were set in the park. there were a number of fires set in the past few months and most of these fires started at home. they think it's one person setting these fires. >> the police department knows it's a fire department and knows this is not normal. someone is out here potentially lighting fires. a couple weeks ago, it's
pretty close to our neighbor's home. >> neighbors are sleeping with their windows open so they can smell smoke and call 911 if there is another fire. a woman from virginia in a photo that went i have s at a p. coming up, how that woman, julie bristman turned that action into frustration she now holds. and ups taking its delivery service to new heights, as the first delivery was made by drone. when the service expects to have them by. mornings on 2 coming up. david, gasia, if you want to travel for the holidays, you may want to bring your own water. some of the post popular airlines are complaining about top quality water and which ones failed.
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are. 7:43. parents are concerned about their children's's safety amid the number of increased car accidents at school. since the school year started in august, since students were hit by a car. the alameda unified school district were from at least three different schools in the area and district leaders are working to address the incident. no one was seer housely hurt, but parents say more needs to be done. >> my son and i several months ago had a really close call.
>> we had corners for our 550 students and only one corner has crossing guards. >> the city plans to have experts study the intersection to see if there are traffic or engineering issues. we'll also be stepping up police presence before and after school hours. 7:24. a week from today, vice president mike pence will be here in the bay area, first making stops next wednesday in soont an a and monterrey before going to mountain view. the next day, biden will tour the nasa space center and see about 200 employees. and investigating democrats, and joe biden, top investigators released the transcript yesterday along with that of the envoy to ukraine. the transcripts show president trump told them to work with his
personal lawyer, rudy giuliani, on the ukraine issue. >> the witness has acknowledged investigation by means. >> the investigation shows what the president has been saying all along and he did nothing wrong. two more white house officials tested yesterday, and mick mulvaney is expected to refuse. castro is shutting downfield offices in new hampshire and south korea, and south carolina, so he k and massachusetts. and uc berkeley experts agreeing to create a new
tool they say can detect fake videos that are altered and may tend to pop up online during election time. an app called reality defender 2020 scans the video looking for signs of manipulation. a woman who was in a photo that went viral showing her riding a bike and making an obscene gesture has won a local election in virginia. she won a race for the seat on the loudin county supervisors. we see her raising a middle finger. she was forced to resign from her job as a marketing executive. one year later, she announced he was running for public office. 7:46. this sounds like david buying goliath. a big merger is underway between 0 rock and packard.
no details from either company, but on the news, zerox stock is up. uber's stock was dropping about 7% but it is coming down just slightly. this is the first day that company insiders can sell their stock, hence the ipo, so that create some volatility. taking a live look at the big board, the dow jones down just a little bit, eight points to 27,484, the s&p 500 down slightly. the nasdaq slipping the most down about a third of a percent to 8405. the japanese company softbank is reporting it took a nearly 4.6 bill yoon dollar hit from its investment in the troubled u.s. office rental start up company.
and they told investigators at a news conference in the case of we work,y he made mistake calling it a harsh lesson in september, after facing a number of investigations, including questionable, financial arrangements, involving the company's founder and ceo. at&t reached the $60 million settlement over complaints of misleading customers. the ftc says they charged smart phone customers then reduced data speeds if a customer used too much. at&t says that practice is actually beneficial to customers, but it was in the best interest of consumers to settle the case. the money will be used to provide partial refunds to current and former customers who signed up for unlimited plans before 2011. and ups is taking its delivery service to new heights. the ups company said it envacations new plans ahead of
drone programs, successfully making deliveries. no north carolina, a drone flew an antibiotic from cvs to the front lawn of a customer's home. second drone delivered medicine to a retirement center. >> this can be life changing especially for old people who cannot leave their home to pick up a prescription. this is going to change the way care is provided to these patients. >> the average package was about the sides of a small shoe box and they were lowered about 20 feet. the fda is expected to release some guidelines. it will have to have similar flight paths for airlines so we don't have so many. >> that and doesn't scare people. >> if you are talking about
prescription medication, there are other plans of delivery. 7:49. out of all the things californians deal with, obesity is one of the least of the problems compared to the rest of the country. >> wallet hub released a survey. california is one of the healthiest states coming in at 47 on the list of most overweight. these studies were based on several factors, including the percentage of obese and health risk and the state was the most unhealthy when it came to weight, was mississippi. 7:51. we'll get you to where you need to go. how does it look, sal? >> it hasn't been a terrible day. it's been slow. not going to be a great commute at 7:51. it is getting better, no problems, and some of the lanes
are beginning to open up here on 580 over to san raphael. this is a look at interstate 880, but we're seeing some of the usual slow downs and some of the fog and it's foggy on the san mateo bridge. air delays are possible at sfo. 80 westbound is slow, and from novato, we'll have slow traffic. all the freeways from cooper tin o, northbound 101 near the 280 interchange, there was a crash reported, but traffic was already slow whether there was an accident or not.. we have some good news here, the iconic point lighthouse will
reopen this friday after a year plus of restoration work, so thank you for that. it is 50 in point ray, bodega bay, 47. only pope valley in the 40s and 50s, low cloud deck and kind of held the lowest up after mainly 40s and 50s. we'll be a little bit cooler. inland temps will be down 3 to 5 degrees. out of those low 80s, we'll have more 60s and 70s. low clouds, a little cooler. morning fog, sunny and mild. no rain for the next several days. there are hints around the 20th, the global model. victor travis. can you please call the locksmith? i don't think he's going to do much, because things are locked in for about 7 to 150 days.
there is super typhoon halong. that's a lot of energy, something to watch. forecast models don't always handle that well but we'll see what they do. there is a lowdown on baja, california, funnels in moisture for arizona and parts of california. there is a pretty big fog bank and along the season, but it's there. petaluma, 2 miles pop oakland 4. san jose is 2. palo alto. high pressure is parked and everything will be in the middle of the country, and unseasonably cold but for us, the days are short, but 50s, 60s, and 70s, not much change tomorrow, then a
little decrease and a slight bathroom up, pretty tough to get that warm. 7:54. an angry mom's bizarre road rage and a passenger. it has the internet calling her kids bob karen. and now it's life size, the iconic game, where the human size version of pac-man is opening and when you can play the game. but first, a famous r&b singer is having a huge yard sale at his crib, promising lots of high-end items for sale at bargain prices. we'll tell you when you can get your hands on chris breezy, chris brown's personal items. ♪ we would walk on the sidewalk ♪ ♪ all around the wind blows ♪ we would only hold on to let go ♪ ♪ blow a kiss into the sun
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welcome back. 7:57. horseback riding hasn't been available since 2001. despite a brief pilot program in 2017, this new program at chaparral will have a six mile run and consider extending it. the branch offers trail rides, children's pony rides, horse camp and riding lessons. the ranch will be open wednesdays through sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. some of the first
signs of the holiday season appear today in san francisco. the outdoor ice rink, the union square, and the embarcadero and san raphael ice ring opens today, and concord's outdoor creek opens friday with the outbreaker on san mateo. by the end of the month they'll be 13 open-air ice rinks in the bay area, along with the eight permanent ice rinks.. chris brown posted details about the yard sale on his instagram, including his real home address, encouraging followers to buy his own stuff and posted some video showing some of the items. fans lined up overnight anticipating possibly seeing chris brown, and getting their hands on some of his clothing. >> that's cool.
it's probably a lot of fly stuff to collect over there, do you know what i mean? it's chris brown. >> and it's the coolest thing and i'm definitely going and i'm telling all of my friends about it. >> that yard sale is from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. tonight at chris brown's home in los angeles. >> theater fans who haven't been able to see hamilton yet, you'll get another chance. the shows run at the orpheum theater has been extended until the end of may. it's scheduled to close on january 5th, and tickets range from $111 to $686 and there is a chance to win lottery tickets that sell for $10 each through the hamilton box office. after catchy tunes and highly commentary, the san franciscoians, claudine wong
spent time with the producer, talking about how the longevity of this iconic show has been at the club. you can listen to claudine's conversation with joe and today's new episode of our bay area people podcast, his search, bay area people wherever you listen to post casts. the race to be san francisco's district attorney still too close to call, we're live with how voting could influence the final outcome. >> and in the east bay, after a deadly halloween party shooting there is a major push to ban short-term rentals in orinda. and a double shooting in antioch, one average dead, another in the hospital, what officers say happened the moments shots were fired. welcome back. it is wednesday, november 6th. >> these members were all fogged
out. >> that grey still there. it's a big fog. mike, good morning, sir. >> we'll get to it. low clouds, bases are a little bit higher and making a move inland. sean says the fog is sunny and rolled into hidden brook golf course in vallejo. christina, get to work, you're burning daylight. vallejo is 50, probably close enough. is airport tends to run cooler. 40s and 50s. 63 in the city, to 77 and livermore, down 3 to 5 from yesterday. we had low 80s. not today. higher clouds are about done, and skirting over the peninsula. visibility has gone down. petaluma to a quarter mile. napa, 7, and san jose 2 to
2 1/2. palo alto is 5, and hayward is still at 4. mostly sunny conditions after the fog and high clouds leave, but temperatures a little bit cooler, here's sal. we have improving conditions on the roads here on some of these commutes. highway 24, comes to mind. it has been okay. there has been some slowing because of an earlier wash on 680 south driving into the alamo. that commute has been getting better, as well. looking at the bay bridge, it is back up for 15 to 20-minute delay. it is not very slow on 580, until you reached san leandro. it slows into san leandro and slows into downtown oakland, and it's not unusual to be happening at this time. i want to mention that the east bay commute is busy but we haven't forgotten, there is a
brand-new injury southbound 280 at 880 involving a car and big truck, injuries who were reported. 8:03 let's go back to the desk. and new numbers released in the neck-and-neck race for san francisco district attorney. >> the interim district attorney is the new leader this morning. because of choice voting we'll be live from san francisco city hall and this process could really take some time here. >> reporter: we are not expecting to have some updated numbers and we may not have an official winner until the next couple days. now at last check, suzy loftus leads boudin by 240 votes according to the department of elections. all of the precinct have reported but the elections department will release more vote totals as mal-in ballots are counted. loftus is in the lead, but boudin led in first-place votes.
san francisco's ranked choice voting put loftus ahead as she e votes. the candidates who were eliminated were disbursed with be then nancy tung he was eliminated and her votes were distributed, when loftus took the lead, and holds that small lead. crews werate parties for boudin and loftus. >> you guys, i was on the streets until the polls closed and they want what we want. >> it's about the best team that built the best ground game and about having the best ideas in terms of my specific policy commitment and it's about having a lifetime of experience. >> reporter: thrs the first time in more than 100 years the race
for da has no incumbent as the da resigned last month. a week layer, the mayor appointed suzy loftus as interim da. the controversy continues with boudin, who recently dealt with issues with the city's police officer's association. city leaders say it was time to buy the race by spending hundreds of thousands of dollars oads. say they educate voters, the association was loud. after taking the city's top prosecute or spot, it could take days until we get that official announcement. in san francisco this morning, ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you, sarah. and the race for san francisco mayor, easily won election to the first four year term. she received about 68% of the votes. the next closest challenger, had less than 15%. >> more election results from the city of san francisco now, prop a overwhelmingly passed getting close to 70% of that
vote. the proposition allows the city to sell $600 million in bonds to pay for affordable housing. voters also gave proposition e, the green light. it too calls for more affordable housing, as well as features to be built, and ban, but the s vote receives close to 75% of both. the most expensive race was for proposition c. it would have overturned a city wide ban on the city of e-cigarette next year. even though tobacco groups spent millions in support of the measure, voters overwhelmingly rejected it, 80% to 20%. proposition d is too close to call and imposes on ride share trips in san francisco. two-thirds needed to pass and the yes vote has just about two-thirds. the city estimates the tax could generate more than $30 million annually for expanded improvement projects. while there are still ballots being counted we know voter turnout in san francisco was the lowest in the city in ten years.
the election department reports about 22% of eligible voters pass ballot, about 116,000 people. in comparison, the mid-term election for last inspect was nearly 75%. turnout for 2016 election was almost 81. across the country, democrats show in some key elections. beshear is declaring victory. he leads by more than 500 votes. bevin has not conseated. democrats have taken control for the first time in 26 years. republicans did hold on to the governor's office in mississippi. and especially on days like this you can get your news to go when you download the ktvu news app for your smart phone and tablet. in between the newscast you can get the most up-to-date election results and the day avenue other major news, as well as traffic and sports.
independent contracts were considered as employees, making them in term eligible for benefits in minimum wage. uber and lyft along with door dash and post mates are paying for ballots and company executives in atherton and beverly hills. the orinda council approved a 45-day moritorium on short-term owned properties. a few people said the law needs to be changed. the city's passing of the short-term ordinance created an opportunity for me to generate income for me to support my father, daughter, and
myself. >> it's uncomfortable to have a constant stream of strangers coming out of the neighborhood. >> council members will approve a moratorium in two weekings. >> investigators have not told us about a motive of a shooting in orinda. sources say there was a recent fight involving two groups. the other in marin city, and that night on halloween, there were people from both groups at the party in orinda, and advertised as an airbnb. we are told several people in the area pulled out guns and started shooting. brandon duck worth says he counted at least 20 gunshots as durant is out the front door. >> he goes from smiling, talking to a girl, to surviving. it's like whoa. you have to watch your surroundings, you have to run away from where you hearing
them coming from. sources say one of the victims was caught in the crossfire. this is the first homz case in orinda in 75 years. police are investigating the deadly shooting a girl shortly after 7:00 p.m. last night. officers were told the two men fired several shots at a car and ran away. there was also a call about someone saying they were shot and driving to kaiser hospital in antioch. the girl was pronounced dead at the hospital and 17-year-old was expected to survive. police don't have a description of any of the attackers. coming up, complaint the buffalo wild wings faces and what they are saying about it. and you've heard about the recent wildfires in california, there are now wildfire cases. we'll show you the fire team especially trained to be on the fire lines. fire
police evacuated a motel after thinking one of the murder suspects who escaped was in the hotel. eventually, a police dog was sent in, but the motel room was empty. the sheriff's office says it believes salazar may still be in the area. >> when someone faces charges like this, they think they are automatically fleeing to other parts of the country. oftentimes
we find them right here in monterrey county. >> authorities are still searching for the second suspect. they cut a 22 inch hole in a bathroom ceiling. a youth soccer coach in san ramon is being accused of sexual assault. luke annan was arrested last week. police say an 18-year-old woman told them he assaulted her while she was house sitting. anyone with information call police. and before next fire season, the governor met behind closed doors with pg&e's executives about the planned power outages we've seen. the governor wants them to speed up their bankruptcy process. >> we need to make sure all the claims are resolved, particularly the fire victims, which we're working on.
we have to emerge from bankruptcy. >> pg&e has tried to sell off the many parts of the country. they rejected an offer to sell part of the network within the city limits and does not want to be converted into a cooperative, which would transfer them from customer, and says changes are coming for the area and changes are overdue. >> we are asking before the bankruptcy court moves forward we have the opportunity to really explore a customer-owned utility. let's take the profit motivation out of it. >> it's pg&e that needs to relye future. it is not at pg&e. >> according to "the wall street
journal," a co-op would have certain advantages, to reinvest, but customers for all future liabilities' aging electric grid. and sonoma county, where removing hazardous waste is set to begin in a week. the county is working on securing the emergency contract to clean up property impacted by the fire at note cost to property owners. clean up should take about three weeks and would certainly be a slow process because hazardous debris left behind in a wildfire, such as batteries and asbestos, containment on the cape fire is 88%. and researchers at san jose state university are learning more about wildfires by driving right into them. last month, the fire weather researcher used the kincaid fire to continue his research on the dynamic nature of wildfires after finding a safe location on the fire lines, they used a special radar, one that can pick up ash particles and his mobile lab will help
better understand how they can create their own weather. and metallica is donating $100,000, coming from the band's foundation called all within my hands. half will go to the sonoma county disabilities fund and the other half will go to the wildfire relief fund. vallejo fund and the other half will go to the wildfire relief fund. vallejo was your focus through much of the 6:00 #1k37 hour. >> let's start off with the bay bridge. we'll show you traffic is going to be busy here at the toll plaza, which is difficult. we always check in, always look the same and we want it to look the same unless it's lighter. we don't want any surprises on the bridge, that's for sure. 880 in order is slow again, and those later commutes takes on a different character, just mostly people backed up. people aren't going fast enough to get into serious crashes like in the early morning hours. westbound 80, traffic is going to be busy, and you can see all the roads
are slow. we haven't talked to too much about the peninsula. it's better than it was yesterday. 280 is a little bit slow heading south to san mateo. i would probably still use 280 instead of 101 because it's slow and the south bay commute is slow. there is one noticeable thing here you might -- i want to tell you about, southbound 880 at 280. there is a serious crash here involving a truck. 8:18. we have a big fog bank, some higher clouds. even though the increase in humidity is very good compared to where we were. we're still in fire season, so let's not forget that. any rain, not for ten days. there is hints around the 20th. our good friend mike cordealous. up 52 degrees from yesterday. southwest wind, that's an on-shore breeze, five
miles, peak gusts to 19 with low clouds. the gfs has come back to its original forecast with rain around the 19th. we've seen that before only to have it taken away. the other forecast models are not showing any rain around that time so we'll see. is one item to watch really closely here, that super typhoon along the western pacific, it will start coming across the pacific. we're stuck in a north to south right now. a little bit of tidbit. that's a big fog bank for us. low clouds will be sunny and the higher clouds are getting out of the area already. 40s, and 50s. too much in the way of fog and low clouds. upper 40s, low 50s on the peninsula.
stanford, 51. san carlos, 50 degrees. millbry, foster city, 49. los altos, the on-shore breeze is in place. the offshore, so higher humidity is good. low visibility is better today than yesterday, but quarter mile santa rosa, 3 miles at the airport, petaluma, and the lowest here in 2 1/2. foggy around san jose, but once this burns off, then temperatures are a little bit cooler as the dry pattern is really nothing showing up yet. show 7 to 10 days i wouldn't expect much expect high pressure, subtle changes, day-to-day. low clouds cool, mostly sunny, if temperatures ease up a little bit. it does look a little bit warmer but not too much as we head towards friday and saturday. >> an angry mother's bizarre road rage incident with a lift driver, and passenger goes viral. coming up, the woman said that was as the internet dubbing
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conference calling on the company to establish 0 tolerance policy and sensitivity training. it all started when family and friends went to a buffalo wild wings and a multiethnic group was asked what race he was. >> i was astonished i would ask this question, but i responded what does that matter, so the host said, when we have a regular customer here, who doesn't want to sit around black people. >> a couple of the kids, coach what's going on. coach, are we getting kicked out? i said we're not getting kicked out, we're just not spending our money here. >> the managers said the first table was quote reserved. the managers have been since let go and buffalo wild wings announced all employees in the chicago area will undergo sensitivity training. one person has been arrested and believed to be connected to
the nine americans killed by members of a mexican drug cartel. mexican authorities say the suspect was found overnight holding two hostages near the arizona mexico border. it's unclear those hostages were replaced to the family members when their suvs were ambushed on monday. when health arrived, eight children were found hiding nearby. at least five of them had gunshot injuries. >> the violence and disregard for human life displayed by these criminal organizations is a barbaric and gruesome organization you see around the globe. >> in the united states, they may have to take matters into our own hands. >> investigators say they uncovered 200 shell cases at the scene. the president trump says the united states is willing to hope mexico wage the war on drug cartels in the country. and protests continue in bolivia over a contested presidential election.
police fired teargas at demonstrators who flew the canisters at police. the president is following accusations that his governing party rigged his reelection last month. the international organization expects to complete an audit of the election some time this month.. at least 18 people have been killed. and thousands of drivers' sensitive information is out there. coming up, what happened and why some say this is especially concerning for undocumented immigrants who have driver's licenses. also uber and lyft drivers aren't the only ones affected by a new california law. where it lies with the city and impact on truck drivers and where they're against the law.
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. . 8:30. welcome back. >> good morning, hope you're having a great wednesday morning. you would think maybe rain was out there. the way it kind of looks, but not so fast. >> mike yesterday was very tough, 101. what about this morning? >> this morning, not very bad. >> it's a low-cloud deck. you think something we see in june, july, or august. low clouds yesterday was a lot thicker, that's for sure. a little cooler on the high temps. coast and bay have really come down. morning fog, sunny and mild, no rain for at least ten days. there are some hints and i want to put that one forecast model there might be some kind of a change. we'll see. low coastal low clouds, sunny. a little cooler today. 60s, to 70s, and some upper 70s, low 80s yesterday.
40s and 50s. everyone's very, very close here. some of the thickest fog has been down around san jose, also up towards santa rosa, petaluma, napa airport is down to 2 miles visibility. hayward still 4, palo alto, and san jose at 5. yesterday was all about zero visibility, oakland airport, over the san mateo bridge, as well as up on the 101 and marin county. for us, the fog will retreat and the dry pattern, everything continues to go up and over. a little cooler higher humidity. here's sal. we have some slow traffic on interstate 880 between the karkinas bridge. overcast for sure, and the fog is not affecting the commute as it did yesterday.
bridges are better. san mateo and dumbbarton come to mind. 880 is a mess from hayward to fremont. 8:32, let's go back to the desk. supervisors in san mateo county, and santa clara county, supervisors voted in favor of a band and the sale and distribution of all distribution products for anyone under 21 years old in the unincorporated areas of the county. san mateo advisors approved an ordinance completely banning the sale and distribution of e-cigarette in parks of the count. and the law classifies independent workers for uber and lyft as employees with, but also affects truck drivers. we are live in san francisco where one of the protests is getting underway. good morning. >> reporter: these workers are going on day 3 of their protests and about to get started any minute now. you can see some
truckers that are off in the distance behind a lot of these buses. they hope to circle the same building here in san francisco for a couple hours, maybe hoping to get the attention of some assembly members and senators. a lot of these drivers say they like to work as independent owner, operator truckers and allows them to set their own hours, be their own buses and earn more money. some truckers worry 85 will force them out of business and others are concerned they've spent roughly $200,000 or more on their truck to be fully compliant with new federal and state safety solution regulations. we're stuck with high loans and new equipment, the state mandated, and we don't know what we're going to be able to do. we don't know what the next step is. it's not the state of california, it's the state of confusion. >> reporter: the governor signed 85 into law in september and
says more than 1 million californians have been misclassified as contractors, helping them gain access to labor rights for the first time including minimum wage, over time, unemployment, insurance, and workers' compensation, another among other things. you can start to see some of these truckers coming down golden gate avenue. again as we mentioned they plan to circle the state building here for a couple hours, hoping to get the attention of state assembly members and senators. they say yesterday in oakland, they are hoping to they can get some attention this morning, as well. starting at 8:30, it's going to go for a couple hours. they just told us, they can't talk as they drive around the block. they say they are expecting a lot of
truck driver s drivers we'll go to marin county, the proposed tax is expected to raise millions for maintenance of the 93-year-old memorial park. three of those fire departments rely on volunteers, now each agency will be able to boost staffings with eight firefighter s firefighters. the irs received information they should have not been private to. homeland security was given data to nearly 200 people including records for people who were in the country illegally, but applying for special licenses. a dmv spokesperson says it has been informing drivers about what happened.
santa clara county supervisors are considering conservative ship law, people who are mentally ill. half a dozen, saying the city's mental health issues have reached prices of epic per portion and want to enact laura's law. our mentally ill services the city cannot provide. >> five other bay area counties have already enacted laura's law, it's been successful. we have new information about a man killed by san jose police on thursday. police say 33-year-old francis colon had two outstanding warrants, and also meth in his system when he died. he appeared to be drawing a weapon when an officer shot him. the weapon turned out to be an air soft replica barrette a
handgun. police say he wanted to make suicide by cop end quote. body camera video will be made available later on. a jury has found a danville man not guilty. a couple's home surveillance camera reported 38-year-old adam kicking their dog last december. he was hired through the popular dog walking app wag. police charged him with one count of misdemeanor animal cruelty. if you plan on traveling for the holidays, you may want to bring your own water. we'll tell you which airlines ranked with the top quality of water and which ones failed. it's one of the most iconic games and life sized. the human version of pac-man has opened up and when you can actually play the game. ♪
vice president pence will make stops in santa ana and monterrey before heading to mountain view. the next day he's scheduled to tour the nasa aim it is research center for more than 200 nasa employees. >> president trump has revived his testimony. the military assistance to ukraine was withheld to investigate democrats and joe biden. investigators released the envoy to ukraine. he worked with his personal lawyer, judy giuliani, on the ukraine issue. >> the witness has acknowledged investigations mean fight.
>> the president has been saying all along, he did nothing wrong. yesterday two more white house officials declined to appear before the white house committee. investigators are requesting testimony from acting white house chief of staff mick mulvaney. and uber, xerox, and hewlett-packard are some of the people to watch today. >> according to "the wall street journal," xerox has a market cap of $8 billion, and hp has a market value of $27 million. quite a story, no details yet. xerox up about $2 a share. when the opening bell rang, uber's stock dropped a bit and it's now down 3 1/2%. part of the reason, it is the first day the company insider can sell their stock since the ipo known as the
lockup period, so that usually brings some volatility. downjones up a little bit, 27,502, s&p 500 up slightly, the nasdaq down about a quarter.. and the consumer products safety commission says at least 73 deaths have been blamed on those sleepers. new research shows babies should not sleep at an angle greater than 10 degrees. most incline sleepers are at about 30 degrees. t-mobile and sprint have cleared another herd nel their effort to complete a $26 billion merger. the fck approved the acquisition of sprint, despite the opposition from more than a dozen states, including california. they claim the merger is bad for consumers because it would reduce
competition. and ford has unveiled an all electric mustang with a six-speed transmission. take a look. it can turn its 800-volt battery into more than 900 horsepower, but don't go looking for it yet. and they're joining a lot of other companies, including porsche, jaguar, are, and everybody has their electric. if you don't have your car charger you might number trouble. the water served to passengers in a new study is often not safe to drink. in new york city, a consumer watch dog group tested a study and tested ten major airlines and 13 regional carriers.
among the major airlines, alaska and allegiant had 3 out of 5, and spirit and jetblue scored t any beverage with the water. and pac-man coming to orlando, florida. >> the pop up, immersive gaming experiencing with players have taken on the role of pac-man, and collecting winning points. after a stop in orlando, the pop up game will stop in several cities in the area. >> how many quarters did we put in those machines? >> i had a friend who had one at home. let's get you out the door. 8:45, sal, the commute has been smoothing out? >> it has been smoothing out. it's not as foggy and that has helped us. let's take a look at highway 24 westbound driving to the tunnel. there has but 680westbound, gete
better by the moment and getting to the bay bridge, still about a 20-minute delay. no major problems driving on 880, although it is slow driving up to downtown. some of these commutes are still very filled in, but to get the feeling they're beginning to clear out, if you will. 880 southbound heading into fremont is still very slow and all of the south bay is slow, as well. it's 8:46. how about it, mr. steve pulson. low clouds, not as thick down on the deck as it was yesterday when it was really reducing visibility to 0 at times. san mateo bridge, oakland, a little better today. still some of that fog has filtered in a little bit. it's going to be cooler. we saw that yesterday in san francisco, continue that theme today, same for oakland. temperatures down a little bit compared to yesterday. 40s and
50s. livermore is 50, napa, fairfield is 50. redwood city, and still a quarter mile visibility. the airport is down to 2 miles visibility. petaluma, 2 1/2. after that, it's pretty good. oakland much better today, so is half moon bay. san jose between 2, and 2 1/2, and hayward, 4. the higher clouds are about gone. we had mostly cloudy conditions a couple hours ago. high pressure continues to dominate. it looks like it will be this way for a least a week, ten days. there are some mints around the 19th, or 20th, something beginning to change. a little cooler today, higher humidity, we don't want that 20% humidity anymore. even though much of the state is still vulnerable. keeping like that, warmer temps going into friday
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a woman was nicknamed kids bob karen. >> it is your fault. >> it is your fault. >> she thinks it's cute her driver almost hit my kid. >> they're listening to kids bob. >> the woman got out of her car at a red light and chastised a lyft driver, and the passenger started filming her. she said she wants to apologize to the driver and is embarrassed because the because she behaved. police photos were released of a man wanted in a shooting at a popeye's. kevin davis cut in front of people waiting in line to buy a popular chicken sandwich and a confrontation quickly escalated. >> over the course of the
15 minutes, this individual worked his way methodically ahead of everybody else in the line, is confronted by the individual and from the moment of that confrontation, 15 seconds later, the two of them of out in front of this door, a stabbing occurs, and an individual's life is lost. >> davis was rushed to the hospital where he later died. popeye's released a statement. and the restaurant is cooperating with authorities. and several fires were set in a park, at least 12 in the new hall community park, most of them started close to home. one man who lives in the village didn't want to appear on camera. he said he thinks it's one person. >> the people who live here is not normal. someone is out here intentionally lighting fires. >> a homeless person set a fire a couple weeks ago, so it was pretty close, a couple of the neighbors were hosing it down. >> neighbors say they're
sleeping with their windows open so they can smell smoke and call 911 if there is another fire. safety concerns are growing for parents alameda after accidents near schools. since the school year started in august, six students who were walking to school were hit by cars. the alameda unified school district was from three districts in the area and are working with the city to address the incident. no one was seriously hurt. parents say more needs to be done to improve safety. >> my son and i walking home several months ago had a really close call where a car was close to hitting him. >> we have two corners where 450 students cross every day and only one has crossing guards. >> the city plans to have the study guards study the engineering issues and will be stepping up police presence before and after school hours. happening today, is
celebrating the success and expansion of its new elevator attendance program. bart and the san francisco municipal transportation agency has teamed up at montgomery street and embarcadero. the program was first introduced at civic center and kyle street stations. the attendants have virtually eliminated unwanted behavior in the elevator. and we'll let you know about walmart's new unlimited grocery store unlimited. >> and promising lots of high-end items at bargain prices, when you can get your hands on some of chris brown's personal items.
see in red wines and double the content compared to other spiked selze rrks srkser -- seltzep. a new program will have a six month trial run and department officials will review the program and consider extending it. there are pony rides with, horse camp and horseback riding lessons open wednesday through sunday from 1:00 to 5:00. and the embarcadero ice rank opens today, and san raphael opens today. walnut creek and concord opens on friday. the rink in san mateo on saturday. by the end of the month they'll be a total of 13 open-air rinks in the bay area, in addition to the eight permanent rinks. chris brown is hosting a yard sale at his home in
southern california today. the singer-songwriter posted details about the yard sale on his instagram, including his home address. he encouraged followers to come buy his old stuff for not a lot of money and was seen showcasing some of the items up for sale. fans lined up overnight hoping to see brown and buy some of his belongings. >> that's awesome. that's cool. it's probably a lot of fly stuff to collect over there. do you know what i mean? chris brown. i think i'll be there. >> it's the coolest thing ever and i'm going to tell my friends about it. >> the yard sale starts in about an hour at 10:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. at brown's home in tarzana. after 45 years of quirky costumes, cludeeen wong spent some time with the producers.
too close to call, we'll explain how choice voting could make a choice in the race for san francisco's district attorney. plus saying yes to cannibis, the new ordinances allowing people to set up shop. and we'll let you know about christmas has come to the mornings on 2 studios. we're looking at holiday trees later in this hour, we'll go over the age old debate about putting up a real tree. i know how my coanchors feel about this. some of these trees that they