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we're taking you there live right now. four new witnesses will testify today. intelligence chairman adamschiffe saying he chose these witnesses very carefully. we're going to continue to monitor this again. we will have updates throughout mornings on 2 and the entire hearing is live over on ktvu plus that starts momentarily. >> yeah. >> all right. we'll say good morning. thank you for joining us. tuesday, november 19th i'm dave clark. >> good morning i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us. let's check in with steve because weather certainly a big factor right now. >> tomorrow. >> tonight into tomorrow morning. >> correct. >> that will take us into thursday. temperatures coming down as we get this system dropping in. so i guess one hint of positive news is humidity's up and temperature's coming down. 62 to 68 near average to above. san francisco 62, 56. should be 62, 50. right there on the high but
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above as you can see on the low. this system is not going to give us anything in the way of rain. it has increased the low cloud deck and that's good because the humidity's up. 93% to 100% that's good. tomorrow it will start to drop. the wind is more northwest. we're concerned about will it be northeast also in the east bay hills more of a westerly. so far okay. 40s and 50s on the temps. that system will develop and that combination will give southern california some pretty good rain. north and east bay hills is the usual suspect here. a little breezy and windy at times. 601. sal's here and he would first like to talk about what? >> we're getting to the central
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part of the commute here. traffic looking okay with no major issues coming through. we also see that traffic on 24 and in contra costa county is getting slower although highway 4 is slowest and at the bay bridge we have a little bit of a back up. 6:02. let's go back to the desk. >> the national weather service issued a red flag warning for several parts of the bay area. it does cover the north bay mountains, the east bay hills and the diablo range between solano county and santa clara county. strong winds and low humidity are in the forecast. we will continue that until 7:00 thursday morning. because of that warning pg&e says power may be shut off to more than 300 thousand customers around the state. public safety power shutoffs are expected in almost all the bay area counties as well as
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mendocino lake. customers in san francisco won't be affected by those power shutoffs. people who had to go through the last round of shutoffs are not happy about being on the list of possible outages again. business owners from restaurants to nail salons say they're still recovering from the last outage and while people told us they'd rather have blackouts than wild fires not everyone is willing to give pg&e credit for making good decisions. >> they gave all their money to their executives and say they're putting it back in a their infrastructure and now we're paying for it. >> if they feel in their wisdom it's right then i'm going to support them in their wisdom. >> a lot of people who were not prepared for the last round of power shutoffs are taking action now. stay with us here ktvu for the latest on this week's spouer shutoffs. you can see a full list of the communities on and on our ktvu news app.
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6:04 right now washington yet another public impeachment hearing on capitol hill is getting under way. we are there live. we're watching things. four witnesses are due to testify today including two who have had first-hand knowledge of that phone call between president trump and the president of the ukraine that's right at the heart of the impeachment inquiry. these are live pictures you're looking at. and lieutenant colonel alexander vinman who was assigned to the national security counsel were listening in on that phone call. the president's defenders say many of the 9 witnesses due to appear this week are just bureaucrats who have policy disputes with the trump administration. yesterday president trump surprised everybody by saying he may be willing to testify himself. >> wouldn't encourage the president at all. it would be a heck no for me as far as my advice of whether or not he should come testify. >> i think the chances that the
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president would actually come and testify or answer our questions and be deposed are slim and none and slim just left the room. >> tomorrow perhaps the most important witness of the week is due to testify. that's embassador gordon somlin believed to have had several conversations with president trump ant ukraine. ktvu will have live updates on the hearings right here throughout mornings on 2. and don't forget you can watch the hearings live and uninterrupted over on ktvu plus right now. happening today, the orinda city council will discuss an ordinance. this is in the wake of the deadly holiday shooting. earlier this month the city council approved a 55 day moratorium if a host will not be on the property. today's counsel meeting will make it official. that meeting is tonight at 7:00 at the orinda library auditorium. there are new developments
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this morning. the contra costa county district attorney's office declined to file charges against the five men arrested during the multicity raid last week. four of those men are out of jail this morning. >> we need that evidence. >> now the men were arrested last thursday when authorities served search warrants in marin city, san mateo, vallejo, and antioch. four of the suspects who were released were facing murder charges. the 5th man was arrested for being an accessory. michael cardoza who was a former prosecutor is alameda, san francisco, and los angeles counties and explains the d.a.'s decision. >> this is a big case and everybody's going to be watching it. so the prosecutors want to make sure almost to 100% certainty that they have enough evidence to prosecute. they don't want to be embarrassed by a not guilty verdict where there's a rush to judgment. >> the contra costa county
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sheriff's office released a statement saying quote, we stand by our investigation and the arrests were made pursuant to a judge's order. although the district attorney may want more investigation done, the persons arrested and responsible for these crimes will ultimately be held accountable. the dream force convention in san francisco kicks off today in the south of market neighborhood. dream force is one of the biggest software conferences in the world. it's expected to attract tens of thousands of visitors over the next few days. christina rendon already in san francisco now to give us a preview of this big day. good morning christina. >> yeah, good morning to you dave and pam. it is a big deal here. dream force always kicks it up a notch every single year. 27 keynote speakers. 171000 attendees and one of the biggest keynote speakers we
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should add former president barack obama. today, the focus will be kicking things off at 9:30 this morning when co-ceo's mark benioss and tim cook. the dream force here is ai and the 5th industrial revolution. this afternoon apple ceo tim cook will join bennieoff for a discussion. they're going to talk about how businesses can be a platform for change in the world and also this afternoon there will be a panel discussion on how intelligence is shaping the future of our work. this conference obviously drawing thousands of people here to san francisco. it means good business for a lot of the restaurants and shops here. but of course this conference is not without controversy. we understand there's going to be a group protesting for immigrant rights around 8:30. they're going to be blocking off howard between 3rd and 4th streets here in san francisco. they are fighting and
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protesting really against sales force because the group says they believe sales force provides technology that helps the federal government encarson rate. and separate them from their families. that's also going on as dream force kicks off today. it is their 17th annual convention in and of course those keynote speakers are going to be peppered out throughout this four day conference. i believe he's speaking on thursday and today apple's ceo tim cook is taking the stage. ktvu fox 2 news. >> thank you. well san francisco's once again considering a plan to develop the old peer 70 area. but this time with some much needed housing. the pier which is near 3rd street has been filled with old vacant buildings for years.
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today, the board of supervisors will consider a 1 billion (100) 000-0000 bond for condominiums to be built there. the development would have 120 units on the water front property and could also include shops and restaurants. no word on how much the units would cost or when many would be ready or considered affordable housing. time is now 6:10. san jose city council may make a big change to the city's building code. there will be a final vote on new law that would ban natural gas. city leaders say all electric power is more climate friendly and there have been argue arguments the ban who hurt people 6:10 is the time. back over to sal to check in on the morning commute. >> yeah, we have a problem here
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at the macarthur maze. it seems relatively new but you can see it on our camera here. it's westbound right before the maze and traffic is going to be affected of course because this is one of the busiest corridors. there it is right there blocking one of the lanes and it is relatively new. so we don't have a lot of back up yet. you can see that the backup is here through the emeriville area. pretty soon it will be backed up through here. it's already kind of getting that way. give yourself a little extra time. again rngs it's going to slow some traffic as you drive to the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see traffic is going to be okay on interstate 880 in oakland. next time we'll take a look at that silicon valley commute which by the way is off to a good start. let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> they're not up yet, sal. >> exactly.
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change today in the form of higher humidity and also a pretty good little breeze. gusts of 40 miles an hour and a cooling trend after yesterday's another warm day at least for this time of the year. of the i saw someone mention it's a heat wave. it's not a heat wave. 72 to 82. gilroy 82. santa rosa 81. these are warm. but by about 4:00, 5:00 these start to take a tumble. 62 to 68 degrees. now only san francisco's right where they should be. it's close. but we're still running slightly above average. 62, 50 is average. the record high is 77. 1895 where as the record low 40 was 1994. see not all the record highs were recently. that system is carving itself out. it's dry. and it's pushing in advance of that the low cloud deck. humidity's high. we start to get more of a
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northerly northeast breeze. up for some of the critical areas again up towards lake county and sonoma county and northwest 21. not bad. west of geyserville. northwest at ridge ranch. everything's okay there. northwest 39 mount diablo then west southwest and mainly north northwest also in the santa cruz mountains. 43 santa rosa. 56 for san francisco. 55 oakland and sfo with low clouds. fremont's 56. rio vista 59. warm degrees. so our system giving us a few high clouds and low clouds. that system is going to merge and that's going to give some pretty heavy totals down into southern california. san diego could get around 1.5" to 2" of rain. they'll be way ahead of us after everything's said and done you can see there's a big zero.
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there's hints of thanksgiving but i'll believe that when we get closer to it. >> tomorrow morning the humidity will go down from 91% to 10 % to 20%. breezy to windy wednesday into thursday. maybe another wind event late sunday into monday. time is 6:14. chick-fil-a no longer making donations at some major organizations. we'll tell you why members of the lgbtq community say this is a big win. >> plus hundreds of san francisco police officers say they became sick because of where they trained and where they were stationed. ♪
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welcome back to mornings on 2. police in fresno are investigating whether sunday night's deadly shooting is connected to a rise in gang activity. four people were shot to death at a back yard football watch party. police have not identified a motive and are still searching for the suspect. our time now 6:17. hundreds of san francisco police officers now suing the company hired to clean up radiation at the old hunter's point naval yard. radioactive soil left on the property has led to chronic health problems among police officers.
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in 1996, the city leased a warehouse on the shipyard property and it ended up becoming a police office and training center. tetra tech is accused of falsifying records from that site. san francisco plans to move nearly 100,000 tons of sand along ocean beach to help fight the effects of coastal erosions. the ocean beach will be back in action this month. the project involves moving sand from the north end near the sea wall to the area south of slope boulevard. the project will last through january. through sunset boulevard and it leaves one northbound lane may be closed between float and highway 35. time is 6:18. sal, you've been busy this morning. >> we have been -- we have a new crash in oakland right here at the macarthur maze that's blocking a lane and we do have the traffic that's beginning to get slower approaching. any time you block a lane right
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here on one of the busiest spots here in the bay area you are going to feel the repercussions. you can see right here you can see the flashing lights where the crash is and you can also see that the traffic back up is growing. it keeps growing and it probably will keep growing even more for this little stretch coming down. very important stretch. we'll keep an eye on that for you. bay bridge will be okay once you get on to 880. san mateo bridge still looks good. let's talk about that peninsula because we're off to a good start. from south city all the way to san jose. we have a little bit of slowing but right now you can still jump ahead of the crowd here for that silicon valley. so if you get up early here in the drive to couper teen know or sunnivale it is to your advantage. >> what about today's weather here, steve? >> where good question, sal. we have a weak system driving through but that's increased
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the low cloud deck. a very warm day yesterday. oakland set a record high 72 and it was no record that i saw but it's still pretty warm. today 62 to 68 average to still above and that's probably going to be where it stays here. 62, 56 for the city. 62 is average on the high side. you can see our system digging in. unfortunately it's just mainly dry air and then it's going to merge with the system down south we have high okay so far. and then for northwest 33 above it's west at 11.
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and temperatures from the 40s and also the 50s held up by a breeze here for sure. look at all the moisture. we're down off of baja. southern california's going to get more rain than we are i think it will. phoenix looking for about 1.5" as they get good rain down there. but not here. what our concern will be tomorrow morning as the wind turns more northeast. partly cloudy but turning mostly sunny but windy and cooler here. tomorrow sunny but windy out of the north, northeast. that will take us into thursday. maybe more wind again late sunday monday. 6:21 is the time. the reason service into the bariessa and malpias. >> and more trouble for disney
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welcome back to mornings on 2. the charitable arm of chick- fil-a no longer supporting two charities.
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chick-fil-a donated millions of dollars to the salvation army and it will now focus on charities that deal with hunger and homelessness. google says it's changing the gaming industry. the service called statia will allow users in 14 countries to stream games across multiple devices or by plugging a chrome cast ultra device into their tv. and 450 are in the works. >> you don't need to buy an expensive pc or game console in order to enjoy the latest aaa blockbuster games we take care of that in this our data center. >> users can buy the stadium founders user package. it includes the necessary hardware and access to 3 months free so far the resolution and
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this is mornings on 2. they just rang the opening bell there on the new york stock exchange. it looks like the numbers are headed up today. permits for future home construction jumped to more than a 12 -year high we'll talk about all your business news coming up in today's dollars and cents. good morning to you it's tuesday, november 19th i'm dave clark. >> good morning i'm pam cook. you're waking up this morning probably wondering is my power going to go out. >> yes, all the above. first before we get to the details we'll take a look at
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the rain year data. rain year data starts july 1st. not so good. 9% a little better for oakland. if you use the water year it's 0 to 1%. we actually did have a little bit of rain there. of the system is driving in and that's going to give us the ramp up in the wind. but as that system continues to wrap itself up that's when we'll watch the wind turn north northeast tomorrow morning. humidity's good and we're about 80% to 100%. now diablo northwest 36. northwest is okay. it's that north northeast that we're concerned about. we have travel plans in southern california take the rain gear also into arizona. for us, tomorrow morning 4:00
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a.m. red flag kicks through in 7:00 a.m. 50s fshgs 60s on the temps today. sal's here and he will be discussing out of the gate. >> the macarthur maze. this crash is slowing people down. coming out toward the area you can see here and this is slowing traffic on the east shore freeway as you drive coming in from the burkly area. it's one of those things that's not quite as bad as it was yesterday but we do have some slow traffic coming up near the albany hill. you can see here that the traffic is going to be busy coming down from the albany hill because of that wreck. so we're going to keep an eye on that just minutes ahead. 6:32. let's go back to the desk. topping our news right now testimony is under way. in the second week of the
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impeachment hearings on capitol hill. >> good morning. the hearing started 30 minutes ago with representative adam schiffe and details before, during and after president trump's phone call with ukraine president zolinski. he went after main stream's media role. we're expecting four witnesses to testify in the impeachment hearing this morning. the first two jennifer williams an aid to vice president mike pence she just was giving her opening statement and lieutenant colonel alexander vinman. they'll both testify before the house intelligence committee. both williams and vinman were listening in on the phone call between president trump and president zo lvminski. vinman previously testified he didn't think it was proper to
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demand a former government. he talked about how vinman came to report concerns after that phone call. >> miss williams were on the july 21st call. due to the unequal bargaining position of the two leaders and ukraine's dependency on the u.s. enough to report to the national security counsel's top lawyer. . >> at 11:30 a.m. pacific time former envoy to ukraine and white house aid to the national security counsel will testify. he likes the idea of testifying himself.
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strongly consider it. if that will actually happen is yet to be scene. tomorrow is another big day. embassador somland is one of three to testify as a witness. laura cooper deputy assistant secretary of state are also expected to testify. right now you can see in that monitor that jennifer williams was delivering her opening statements and we will continue to monitor the hearing today and bring you the details throughout the morning. you can watch the entire hearing uninterrupted on ktvu plus. ktvu fox 2 news. thank you. time is 635. 3033000 pg&e customers could lose their power. lake and santa cruz counties. customers in san francisco will not be affected by the power
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shutoffs. now the power safety shutoffs may affect a lot of food banks. part of omador county is on the list of pg&e's affected. the interfaith food bank say it's a big problem and a generator was installed by the food bank after the last power shutoff. >> if we distribute a bunch of stuff that's frozen from the refrigerator and cold. what are people going to do with it? take it home and not have anywhere to put it. >> most of the food that's distributed will have to be non parishable. make sure you stay with us right here on ktvu fox 2 news. and you can see a full list of communities that could lose power on our website and our ktvu news app. we have an update now to some breaking news.
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san jose police. police br called to the home on south 8th street shortly before 6:00 last night. neighbors say a man with a gun broke into a house. a police helicopter, s.w.a.t. team and canine units were all called to the scene. as negotiators tried to get the man out of the home. police are not releasing any other details about how they captured the man or what charges he may face. we are now hearing that the new millpitas and bart station won't open by the end of the year as planned. additional testing 0 of the system is needed and won't be complete by the end of september. at this point there's no complete date. the first phase of the bart south bay extension that will eventually go all the way through downtown san jose to santa clara. time is 6:38 that leads us
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right to sal. sal, have been been able to fix things in. >> we're looking at the approach here dave and i want to show you we can go to it now. you can see traffic on 80 westbound is slow. and this is because there was a crash on westbound 80 right at the macarthur maze, right here where the freeway splits off to 580 and 880 and the traffic has been very slow approaching the bay bridge and you will see traffic looks a little bit better. i thoug they were just about to clear it. they're still right there as you can see. they have one of the vehicles up on the tow truck and maybe they'll be able to clear it soon and i really hope so because it's distracting traffic even though it's not in the lanes anymore. there's a little bit of a back up here at the toll plaza.
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this is a look at interstate 880 in oakland. you can see traffic is moving along in both directions pretty well. san mateo bridge traffic is going to be okay. 6:39 what about today's weather. can i give it to steve. >> can i give a quick shout out to ais a members of the jury r mentioned us all by name. she's been there for 30 years. lisa, she was very cool. >> that's right in our wheel house. >> thank you. she was very nice and another lady said you look like that steve paulson. i said i hear that ooment and she walked away. >> all right. we do have rainfall that's not very good. i go back to the rain year which is a little more positive. let's try and be positive. still not good. 9% for oakland and 8% for san jose. 62, 68 for forecast highs.
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pretty close to average but still above for most. san francisco's 56. the record high is 77. 1895 and the record low 49 teen 94. and the record high a lot longer. we do have this system you can see it driving in that's going to form a low over us and then it doesn't have much going for it. it's really increased the low clouds. in the words of dave clark i just stepped outside it's cold out there. humidity's high that's good. i wish we can keep it there but i don't think we can. i know mount tan's been about 33, 35. black diamond west at 27th. west at sfo. low clouds over sfo. oakland over the bay. half moon bay north, the 20 gusting 40s, 50s. oakland says 55 but it feels colder than that. just an fyi if you haven't stepped outside yet. and if you have to go to san diego darn but if if you have
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to go it's going to be raining they're looking for about an inch and a half to two systems down there. there is a winter weather advisory up in the sierra. carson pass south. that will be 4:00 p.m. today until 7:00 p.m. wednesday. 2" to 4" will probably do it. could get around 4" to 8" at some of the highest peaks. look at the rainfall projection. not too bad. for us we get the big zero. nothing new there. that kind of a pattern. tomorrow will be the focus for the offshore event hence the red flag warning. that will be 4:00 a.m. wednesday to 7:00 a.m. thursday. 50s for a few today. 60s for almost everybody else and i don't think these temps are going to go very far. the wind will die off on thursday. then it will be quiet friday, saturday, sunday most of sunday but another lake wind event. 6:41 is the time.
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49ers quarterback richard sherman helping a youth football team. up next we're going to show you how he's helping those young players get to a tournament in florida. >> and yet, another lawsuit filed against juul. why the state of california is going after the vaping pickup products company. >> good morning pam and dave. when i join you at the top of the hour a campaign by one state to show how it's tackling the methamphetamine epidemic is drawing criticism even ridicule. we'll show you the short slogan that's part of south dakota's new campaign and why the gfrp says the backlash proves the effort to raise awareness is working. >> and more adulting classes. >> what me and you and pam and dave likely learned as children. what today's grown ups were likely doing instead of learning how to change a tire and do the laundry will likely help them in the long run.
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new this morning the taliban has released two hostages. the family of american hostage kevin king says he is now with
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the u.s. officials in afghanistan getting medical attention before heading home. >> kevin king an australian, timothy weaks were kidnapped in august of 2016 by the taliban. they were both professors at the american university of cobble. comes hours after the afghan government freed taliban and sent them to ki far. anti-protest government in hong kong. protesters evacuated from hong kong's polyytech nick university after a violent standoff with police. forcing them to retreat. about 100 protesters are still hold up inside at the university. the police have surrounded the university. they're arresting anybody who tries to leave. and the amazon rain forest is losing trees at the fastest rate in more than 10 years. brazil's space research agency
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says deforestation and the world's biggest rain forest rose by 29% last year. officials say that increase accounts for close to 4,000 square miles of the amazon. recent wild fires being a big part of that along with drier conditions leaving the eco system very susceptible to drought. california and los angeles county are suing bay area ecigarette company juul. legal action is being taken against juul for engaging in unlawful and deceptive business practices. the lawsuit alleges that juul targeted underaged users with its advertisements while failing to inform them of the health risks linked to vaping. making flavored nicotine products that appealed to younger smokers. our time is now 6:47. there's new research out that the airlines most likely to bump you from your seat. here's something you should
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know about. according to the travel website frontier airlines is the one most likely to keep you from boarding your flight. of about 6 in every 100,000 passengers are kicked off of frontier. spirit airlines is number 2 with about 1500 involuntary denied boardings. researchers looked at the number of denied boardings. and if you act now you can get a good deal on quantis airlines today. it's celebrating its 100th anniversary with $100 fares on some of its routes. this afternoon it will offer 10 tickets at that price from sfo to melbourne or brisbon. the tickets are one way. you can book a return flight for the same price if you get that first leg of the trip. tickets are expected to go on sale about 2:00 this afternoon
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on the website. >> there will be a race for those. >> and you'll hear somebody say i love quantis. >> yes. >> a little kawala. 6:49 is the time people are getting ready to head out the door and there are a few things you need to know. >> like if you're from the bay area you don't call it brisbane. >> no. brisba. ne. and that's why it's good to have a camera here because i don't see any of it. they've towed it away and that's going to help traffic on the east shore freeway when you get to the toll plaza it is backed up and this morning's compute at 880 is doing okay. if you're driving on the san mateo bridge you can see. look at the water here if you have a chance to look at your tv. it's a little choppy, maybe a little windy on that bridge. when you get over to the other side there's some slow waiting. beginning to get a little slower.
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there was a crash there and a little bit of slowing on 101 and 85. 6:50. let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> how it's the traffic in brisbane? >> it looks okay. >> all right. we have a system driving through. it's colder out there. i know the last couple mornings it's a little deceiving here. even though temperatures are in the 50s. let's take a look at our rainfall for the rain year july 1st. not so good. 3%. 9% oakland and 8% for san jose. temperatures coming down but still near average to a little above 62 to 68. will cover it. the record high 77. 1895 and 62 is exactly average for this time of year. you can see the system moving in. mainly it's a dry system and some higher clouds going over us. 82 of 100% it's tomorrow we're going to have to watch it drop
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probably into the teens or 20s. the strongest gusts have been so far. it's had gusts at 38 around middle peak to mount tam. now 305 but it's northwest or west sfo is west. half moon bay is north for most locations. 40s, 50s. so does sfo. but it feels colder than that with that on shore wind. we've had an offshore component for the last couple of days. our system won't do much here. we'll get together with that system down off of baja. also into the syria nevada wrapping back in later today into 7:00 p.m. wednesday. this is mainly above 700 feet. 2" to 4" should cover it but some of the highest peaks might get around 68. arizona, southern nevada on the desert. san diego's going to get over
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1/2" of rain. tomorrow's when we'll turn all our attention to the offshore humidity will go down so the red flag warning goes until 4:00 a.m. tomorrow. 50s, 60s on the temps. 59 to 68 should cover the spread here today and tomorrow it will be about the wind. then quiet. friday, saturday, into most of sunday but maybe a possibility of another wind event late sunday monday. time is 6:52. dollar tree stores criticized because of some of the products on their shelves. why the fda says dollar tree stock drugs that are potentially unsafe as well as cosmetics. also an appeals court could give new light to lawsuits filed by two men accusing michael jackson of molestation. >> plus a customer has a beef with burger king over the impossible whopper and it's suing burger king. the popular mistake the man
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welcome back to mornings on 2. two jail guards are trying to guard jeffrey epstein before he died are expected to get charged with criminal charges, accusing them of falsifying prison records. he was charged with sexually abusing teenage girls. the officers are suspecting of not checking on him every half hour as required. the medical examiner said epstein died from a suicide. newly released court documents revealing one of the boston marathon bombers is connected to a triple murder. the documents say he told authorities that he and another man beat and slit the throats of three young men in massachusetts in 2011. the documents were filed during the pending appeal of one of those men and their conviction and the sentence for the
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bombing. the brothers set the bombs off. one of the men died in a gunfight the day after the bombing. a state appeals court is likely to get new life to two men accusing michael jansen of molesting them when they were boys. and l.a. district court said that lawsuits from james paycheck and wade robson should be reconsidered by the courts that threw them out in 2017 because the statute of limitations expired. the decision is based on the new california law that gives sexual abuse the more time to sue. it is now 6:57. the owner of an ice cream shop now offering a reward to catch the vandals who repeatedly damaged their business. zanuck ice cream on valencia street in san francisco's district office revealed this video with three men walking by and then etching the windows
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with a kind of acid. then doing it again in september of this year. then they struck again, etching the windows and use a kind of adhesive to seal the door shut. we expect the community to see this and is not a good look for the store. >> the owners of the asking shopper offering a $2000 reward to help track down whoever did this. if you have information call san francisco police. 49ers quarterback richard sharman came to the rescue to help a team in southern california. the hub city pop warner team from compton. they been invited to play at the national youth championship in florida but they had to raise $15,000 to get there. richard sherman went to high school in compton so when he heard about it he donated $5000 to the teams gofundme page. these little guys and you can
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just watch them, they're only in kindergarten and 1st grade but they take their football very seriously. >> we worked hard. >> they train every day like it's intense training. >> they are like the munchkins. the word spread about the fundraising and now they have passed their goal raising more than $27,000 the last time we checked. after an hours long standoff one person is now in custody after being holed up in a home in the south bay. where it happened and what was done to make sure people were safe. a sudden twist and a high profile case in the east they. by the custer county da will not be filing charges against the five suspects in that deadly orinda shooting. >> one of the biggest software conferences in the will world and it's expected to draw thousands to the bay area. we're live with a preview of
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what to expect for this year's dream force. >> november 19. it is chilly today. >> steve paulson knows that, it is much cooler. >> and there are advisories for snow in the sierra starting tonight and tomorrow. rain in southern california. the guests have been west and northwest. near 42 and 29 up in cobb. there is the system moving in. we get the low clouds in advance and it's much colder than it has been lately. you go outside and you feel it. the system will move into southern california, giving them in


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