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takes aim at northern california. hello everyone, i'm alan savage. this year says interstate 80 is still closed in both directions because of a number of spinoffs and several reports of jackknifed big rigs. eastbound the cultures from colfax to the nevada state line and westbound the chp is turning traffic around in truckee. there is no estimate at this point for reopening that roadway. traffic is moving on highway 50, the other freeway linking the bay area to lake tahoe and chain controls have been dropped on highway 50. now we move to the next system set to slam the bay area tomorrow and this is a big storm, a lot of rain and powerful winds. >> that's right and kind of unfortunate timing considering we have a holiday weekend wrapping up. i want to talk about this year for a second because they will be hit again. they get the rain here in the snow there in their under a winter storm warning. that kicks in tomorrow morning at 7 am.
you can see them expecting another two feet of snow. for the bay area we will see a little wind first. it takes and for us, when advisory at 10 am, the entire bay area. then the cost is under a high wind warning with tests upwards of 65 miles per hour. in addition to that, a flash flood watch is in effect for santa rosa and all the areas, san rafael and the northbay starting at 1 o'clock on saturday and going through 3 am on monday. this is the cause of it, it is the atmospheric river you have heard me talk about and other meteorologists as well, a stream of moisture that will be rolling in and that will make for a very rainy weekend. tomorrow we start off with showers and heavy rain. sunday continues. 2 to 4 inches in urban areas, coastal places 4 to 6. we will time that out in just a bit but for now i will send it back to alex. we have developing news tonight in fremont or police are investigating a deadly hit and run. police got a call around 8:30 tonight about a woman lying in the road near niles boulevard
and linden drive. witnesses say the woman was crossing the intersection with her dog when a car hit them both. please send the driver got out of his car, walked over to the injured woman, then returned to his car and drove away. both the woman and the dog died at the scene. the suspects car is described as a light-colored four-door sedan and he likely has damage to its front end. information o this hit-and-run crash, please put in a call to the fremont police department. a suspected terror attack left two people dead in london today. authorities said the suspect was released on probation last year after serving six years in prison on terrorism charges. where in the newsroom with how passersby helped to try to stop the attack today. >> reporter: hailed as heroes, people who took the suspect on. one man wrestled a knife from him. the rampage ended on london bridge, that began at an academic conference nearby.
>> i am deeply saddened and angered that our city of london has again been targeted by terrorism. >> reporter: please identify the attacker is 28-year-old guzman con convicted in 2012 of terror offenses and paroled with an electric monitor last year. khan launched his attack at a conference called learning together, linked to cambridge university and it rehabilitates convicts. video shows khan onto the london bridge and civilians disarmed him. some had chased him from the conference, others were passing by. after police shot and killed khan, they saw he wore what appeared to be a bomb vest. >> we believe a device was strapped to the body of the suspect in hopes of an explosive device. >> reporter: the incidents have widespread confusion and panic and no one knew if they would be more violence. >> it was extremely
frightening. you don't know what to do. why are gunshots going off in london? >> reporter: police swarmed the area and cleared offices and restaurants. they searched khan's home and said they weren't actively pursuing other suspects but we are also working at full tilt to understand exactly what just happened and whether anyone else was involved. the area will remained cordoned off. the prime minister is criticizing co >> it is a mistake to allow serious and violent criminals to come out of prison early. it is very important that we get out of the habit. >> reporter: officials were unanimous, praising the bystanders who brought khan down before police arrived. >> they really are the best of
us, another example of the bravery in ordinary london, running toward dangers to fight for our safety. i think you to them. >> khan was invited to speak at the justice conference about his own rehabilitation , and without warning he started stabbing one of the participants . again, to dad and three remain hospitalized. police are not saying if terrorism is suspected in a second stabbing rampage that happened in the netherlands hours after the london attack. here are three minors who were wounded on a busy shopping street. the victims have been released from the hospital now. officers are searching for a man in his 40s who is wearing a gray tracksuit. a year ago a knife attack left two americans wounded in amsterdam and that was later linked to terrorism. san francisco police today say they are closely monitoring the violence in europe but
there are no known credible threats to san francisco. tonight with holiday shopping well underway, increased police patrols were noticeable around union square. ktvu greg wiggins joining us live from union square with how police are trying to curb crime. >> reporter: we had a pretty sizable crowd that came out here to union square tonight to check out the 30th annual lighting of the holiday treat. the event marks the season to be jolly, but it also marks the season to be safe when you are out there holiday shopping. >> three, two, one! >> reporter: more than 1000 spectators took in the holiday spectacle as 33,000 led lights brought to life the 80 foot tree at union square. for many this was a time of giving and being mindful about safety when out shopping. >> all the time, it's always on my mind, 100 percent
>> reporter: lupe ramirez so she never leaves holiday gifts in her car. >> no, people are watching all the time. if you do that, they are looking out. even though you may not think they are watching, there watching. >> reporter: police also recommend only using parking garages with attendance, like the union square garage where you can even get an ambassador in a blue jacket to escort you to your car. san francisco police have increased patrols and popular shopping areas, both uniform and undercover. tim thompson says his advice to guys, move your wallet from back to front when in a crash. >> think about how they can get in your back pocket with a feeling it, much easier. >> reporter: thieves have been known to phones from people not paying attention. >> don't look at your phone too much, look around and be aware of what's going on around you. a mac to women said they feel safe, but still take precautions. >> i don't bring my credit card
here. i don't bring my bag. maybe closer to my pocket. >> i need to bring pepper spray around me, but today i forgot. >> reporter: san francisco's police chief says above all people need to be proactive in helping fight holiday crime. >> often times people will say something and are a little hesitant to call. they don't want to be a bother. it's not a bother, that's often times how we prevent things and keep things safe. they call and that's the right thing to do. >> reporter: san francisco police tell me that not too far from here tonight and undercover police officer was working, saw someone trying to break into a car and made an arrest. so that is proof that police, shoppers and thieves are out here this holiday season. be careful. >> even if you don't see the officers in uniform, they are out there, even if they are
undercover. give very much, i appreciate it. five teenagers in custody following a robbery late last night outside of the target store at the fremont hub shopping center. a security officer was trying to shop stop a shoplifter. the second person drove up and fired several shots into the air. one man who was inside the store as the chaos unfolded explained what he saw. >> i saw some sound was happening. but it wasn't sounding like anything. and we started running. >> reporter: the alleged shoplifter jumped into an awaiting car and sped off. police eventually caught up with them. the five suspects face a number of charges including robbery and resisting arrest. san francisco police are investigating the defacing of two historic statues near lake merced. authorities made this discovery on thanksgiving day. vandals three red paint and awards attacking the two men honored
by the artwork. the spanish explorer and a spanish king. captain juan bautista deanza and king carlos the third played important roles in spain expiration of california during the 18th century. the vandalism targeting the statues has angered many in the neighborhood. >> i think it's uncalled for. we are not here to destroy the statues and the land. we all have our personal feelings, you know. but this is not the way to express your feelings. >> this vandalism comes weeks after the christopher columbus statue in your court tower was also found with red paint on columbus day. san francisco police don't know if the two cases are linked. we've got this vision to reach out to this community and help them. >> a homeless shelter for teenagers in the south bay was just about to lose its lease. coming up tonight at 11, how a
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stand up for kids, a san jose nonprofit that helps homeless teenagers has a new place to call him tonight. it's all thanks to some creative thinking by a local church. ktvu's and ruben explains they have been scrambling to find a building after the lease on their own space wasn't renewed. >> reporter: the deadline was firm, stand up for kids, a nonprofit that helps teens had to pack up by the end of november. their lease wasn't being renewed. they were about to be homeless themselves. >> it was beyond stressful and i don't ever want to have to do that again. >> reporter: finding a new home in san jose. is nearly impossible. they had all but given up hope when they got a call. westminster presbyterian church had an idea.
>> i said hey, you know we've got this space, this vision to reach out to this community and help them. >> reporter: they envisioned turning the old sunday school building into a center for nonprofits and thought stand up for kids might be their first test. >> i was like i think this can work. >> it was meant to be, yeah. we are so excited. when i announced last sunday that we had signed the contract, we almost had a standing ovation in church. >> reporter: they weren't the only ones excited. the kids got together last night with a nonprofit thanksgiving dinner. >> i think everyone decided that there won't be a disruption and this is a good place for them to come. >> reporter: instead of marking the end of an era, thanksgiving means a new beginning for stand up for kids. volunteers are scrambling to pack up the old place, they will get settled at the new one. >> it could've been a very sad day and i'm so, so grateful that i was not. that is what i am thankful for.
>> reporter: the nonprofit is also hoping to build a shower and laundry room here as quickly as possible. they plan to be open for the kids by monday evening. a strong and popstar via surprised shoppers at a walmart store in palm springs. she pretended she just won the lottery and wanted to pay for everyone's groceries. a video posted on social media shows her holding a bouquet of flowers paying a cashier and asking a crowd of shoppers whose next. black friday officially ends in less than an hour but shoppers can expect to see plenty of other deals and discounts tomorrow for small business saturday. this is a damon holiday shoppers are stores. area cities will join hundreds of shopping across the country.
i started 10 years ago and grows in popularity every year. retail sales figures show consumers spent a record $17.8 billion during small business saturday last year. the price of christmas trees will remain high once again this year. that's because of low supply. oregon is the nation's number one supplier of christmas trees, but experts say the number of farms is dwindling. more growers have been opting for less labor-intensive crops because of the threat of climate change and wildfires. the national average price of a tree this year is about $76. coming up tonight at 11, a massive sewage spill affecting more than 20 miles of california beaches. plus squatters living off the coast of sausalito for free. why authorities say this is a safety concern. an anonymous. river set to bring driving wind and heavy rain to the bay area.
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and now, he's taking on... dream that defines us. where the wealthy will pay more in taxes and the middle class get their fair share. everyone without health insurance can get it and everyone who likes theirs keep it. and where jobs won't just help you get by, but get ahead. and on all those things mike blomberg intends to make good. jobs creator. leader. problem solver. mike bloomberg for president. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message. authorities in the north bay are cracking down on boat owners for illegally living on the bay. sausalito police say there are numerous safety concerns here.
if both break anchor during rough weather they can run into other boats and docks and richardson bay. there is also the risk of environmental hazards from trash and human waste. boat owners say this is the only way they can afford to live in the bay area. >> it's impossible making what i make, working full time, to live on land. the deposits and the dog deposits and it just gets to be $8000 to move into a studio. i can't afford that. >> and sausalito officials say in the past two years they have gotten rid of 70 out of 90 legal vessels. they say it's likely some of the lovable ones just sell somewhere else. a massive sewage spill forced the closure of several major beaches in orange county over the thanksgiving holiday weekend. they estimate $4 million gallons of raw sewage spill from a broken pipe in laguna beach on wednesday. beaches from crystal cove state park and newport beach are now
closed. health officials say they will remain closed until the water quality meets state safety standards. we have another chilly night on tap out there. temperatures starting to fall into the 30s in the north bay. also on the east bay sitting in the 30s as well. we should not see a whole lot of 20s tonight. if they do pop up they will be upper 20s and in the north bay. this is what we are looking out for. 42 for san francisco, 34 in napa. just about that freezing mark. dirty five if you are down in san jose and up in santa rosa. 29, could be upper 20s, low 30s. we are relatively clear as far as skies are concerned. that will change as this next system gets its act together. we have a big plume of moisture aiming straight for the west coast and that will bring us rain and wind. the timing for that a saturday through monday and it's really a widespread
system for the entire bay area. as we look live to the rater you can see this plume of moisture with the clouds here. you'll also see the counterclockwise circulation of a low pressure system that will draw the moisture and and move towards the coast. that happens as we get into tomorrow. the time this out, we wake up tomorrow with a few sprinkles. by 11 am showers are moving in and it gets heavy into the afternoon and evening. that's 7 pm, now we are at midnight you can see this continues, all of that moisture coming in thanks to the atmospheric river. how much rain? we're talking over two inches, 2 to 4 inches in our areas. it's even more than that in the hills and mountains. gusts up to 65 miles per hour, that kicks in es to monday morn the rest of the bay area you see in beige underwent advisor expecting guests up to 45 miles per hour in the afternoon we do have a flash flood watch in effect for the north bay. that again going until monday.
it's going to be rough going over the next couple of days. i expect that rain to get very heavy as we get into saturday afternoon and evening. also by the way this year under the winter storm warning. the snow should be saturday evening into sunday. it's just a rainy pattern right now and there is plenty out there to work with. >> it's going to be a busy travel day, one of the busiest of the year on sunday. a turkey saved a driver in livermore from getting a ticket on things giving. >> hi, i stopped you for your speed right over here. >> this is how the traffic stop began yesterday. officer with his body camera rolling. he was talking about how fast the driver was going when all of a sudden a wild turkey appeared on the side of the road. the bird then started to chase the officer around the car and chased him back to his motorcycle. the aggressive turkey was
enough to make the officer that that driver off with just a warning, saying it looked like the turkey didn't want the guy to get a ticket. that's the least from nickname the bird, no ticket turkey. warriors, sand sharks in action today and a statement went for the st. mary hail. he could've just been the middle class kid who made good. but mike bloomberg became the guy who did good. after building a business that created thousands of jobs
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scott is here, we're talking college hoops on the thanksgiving holiday weekend. and boy, st. mary's with a big win. >> it's only november, but this is the game that could have ramifications in march. st. mary's building itself quite the nonconference resume. the gaels already be wisconsin and tonight they set their sights on a top 15 utah state team.
you might call it in atmospheric river of emotion. first half, jordan for the fake, the drive, off window. gail down to with the half. second half from ford. baseline floater, you can't teach that. for that has 27 and gail just getting their mojo here midway through the half. >> under four to play. next time it's for getting defensive. and the no look to malika fitz. fits with 21, gaels of by one, 66-65. in the final two minutes we get to stagger, courtesy of anna crabs. wide open spaces. gaels went 81-73. two wins in a row shouldn't be that big a deal, but for the workers in their current state it's the holy grail. they are one of four nba teams yet to win back to back games this season. they had a chance to make it happen in miami tonight.
first court of the heat would come rocking and rolling. jimmy butler, marquise chris flying by. heat by 13, butler has 16. later in the corner, behind the back to tyler harrell, the rookie behind the arc. they were much better in the second quarter. jordan pools for three, he was also 506 from deep, tied a career-high with 20 points. miami with 13 of the half. but at the corner is an old college team name duncan robinson. zero for three he had 17, the lead is back to 16 and then targets to chris silva. heat wins 122-105. the warriors are two and nine on the road. the sharks horrific october season seems like a long time ago. there one of the hottest teams on ice today, trying to beat the kings for the second time in five days.
first period good puck movement. great look to patrick marlow for his sixth goal. second period it's 2-0 sharks. brendan dylan to noah gregor, the rookie. first nhl goal. there is a memory for a lifetime. having three, getting after and going after a top shelf. later in the second period, more shots. good road looking to work on that and flex his victory for the year. sharks win 4-1. they have won 10 of their last 12 and will face the coyotes tomorrow. >> they are rolling right now. >> speaking of tomorrow we have a couple of pretty important football games going on. >> throughout the weekend. >> thanks so much for ma ktvu your choice for news. th?
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