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to try to prevent crimes like last year string of smash and grab theft. plus one day disruption, causing a major impact at the port of oakland here, the workers' demands and how long it will likely take to recover from this backlog. and as it approaches a world record the powerball jackpot balloons to $1.5 billion because no one matched all six numbers last night, but the ticket matching five numbers was sold here in the bay area will tell you where and what you might want to do if you're the big winner. from ktvu . fox two news this morning's onto good morning and welcome to mornings onto i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. thursday morning . november 3rd. i'm not even gonna ask if you had the heated seats on going the heat blowing this way and i have my big, old down jacket hung up right next to pam cooks in the newsroom. it's cold out there and steve's been telling you it was happening. i even clicked on the furnace briefly just to make sure it still works that dust.
oh, that smells good. yeah we're going to need it here. although we get a break today and tomorrow before rain returns saturday evening, and boy does it ever returned. looks like sunday night monday, tuesday wednesday, but today looks pretty good on the cool side. great visibility. great air quality, celebrate small victories. you can call me the breeze, though. even though it's a crazy cold morning for us here. a lot of thirties here mostly sunny, breezy fifties sixties. on those temps. salads here. 701 bridge freeway. what are you, starting with? let's start with the bay bridge approach. i think a lot of people always want to see the tone of the commute. i think the bay bridge is they commute that everyone looks to see what is it really like out there, and right now it is backed up for about 10 to 15 minutes delay. you know when this commute goes south, so to speak. a lot of the other ones do as well today. it's been very normal. san mateo bridge has some crowding. so does the dumbarton bridge but mostly the same matteo and the east bay
commute is a little slow and right now on 8 80 heading south from hayward to fremont, 701. let's go back to the headlines. well san francisco expects a lot of visitors this holiday season, so the city is already taking action to make visitors feel safe and welcome. ktvu sema gasses at you. union square right now, and san francisco is expanding the city ambassador program to help shoppers and travelers feel happy. they came to san francisco and want to come back again. good morning, emma. good morning. that's right. dave and union square is just one of the places around san francisco where you're sure to see those beloved welcome ambassadors of san francisco in there, right. golden gate. orange jackets. mayor london breed announced yesterday that the welcome ambassadors program has been so successful since it launched last october that the city is expanding it and bringing on 150 more welcome ambassadors and attendance to san francisco. welcome
ambassadors, where the bright orange jackets and are stationed around places, including union square, downtown, little italy and chinatown. and they're here to offer people directions, restaurants and sightseeing recommendations and to be that friendly introduction to san francisco, the union square alliance of merchants and business owners also have ambassadors in blue jackets. helping to handle some public safety issues so police can focus on more serious issues. other ambassadors also served as bart service attendance. i think this program is important because we help a lot of people. we give directions all types of recommendations and also guide many folks who are in san francisco for a convention to the mosconi center. we also offer and provide different resources for the homeless and just anyone who is in need. last
november. luxury retailers and union square were targeted by thieves in a wave of smash and grab robberies. their windows were smashed and more than a million dollars worth of goods was stolen. the ambassadors program is a strategy to prevent that from happening again. the union square holiday ice rink opened yesterday evening to the public and take a look. now it's bright. the macy's lights are on their holiday display. those beautiful reads are glowing in the san francisco morning darkness still, and it's really a beautiful holiday scene here at union square, and it's a good sign that san francisco is ready for a strong holiday shopping and travel season ahead. reporting live in union square. magus ktvu fox two news. thank you. bay area lawmaker who oversees the capitol police is demanding answers about the attack on nancy pelosi's husband in their san francisco home, south bay congresswoman zoloft grants and a four page letter to the chief of the capitol police ordering the agency to lay out
its plans to protect lawmakers and their families. congresswoman lofgren chairs the house administration committee, which manages the agency. the capitol police now say an internal review is underway after it was revealed the security cameras at the pelosi's home. we're not actively being monitored the night of the attack. in a statement, capital police said the department has begun an internal security review and will be gathering input and questions from our congressional stakeholders. we have been immensely grateful for the critical support congress already provided to secure the u. s capitol complex after january. 6th 2021 san francisco mayor london breed says she, too, is looking at making security changes at her home. i am concerned because you know, i've had situations occur. i've had a number of death threats i've had you know, someone show up with protesters with pitchfork in front of my home, and you know others who have been very aggressive. so yeah, i'm definitely concerned. the
man charged with attacking paul pelosi is being held without bail is due back in court tomorrow morning. our time is now 7051. san francisco supervisor wants more security at the safeway store in the outer mission where a security guard was shot last saturday, supervisor asha piease says people in the neighborhood have been asking for more security so they can safely buy their groceries. a guard who works at that stores says every day he sees many people stealing groceries. within a day. i would say every least about 100. no more. last night, a woman told us she saw a man fill up a shopping bag with laundry detergent and food and then just walked out. the safeway store does have guards but they're not armed, and they say they're not even allowed to carry pepper spray supervisor safe, i e. he says he wants off duty sheriff's deputies and police officers to
provide security at that store because it's essential to the community. we need to have a strong response in the city. we have to support our businesses. we have to support our frontline workers and in the worst situations, this is what happens. the supervisor says he hopes to have off duty law enforcement at that store in the next few weeks. we don't know yet that will be paid for by the city or by safeway. the garden we talked to said he would welcome that kind of help. more than 36,000. you see workers students who also worked for the university system have overwhelmingly approved a strike over pay and working conditions . the graduate student workers are mostly teaching assistants and research lab workers. they say they could walk out as early as november, 14th about a month before final exams. graduate students help undergraduates prepare for exams and grade the tests as well. you see, officials say they've been bargaining in good faith and that classes and research would continue if there is a strike.
707 operations at the port of oakland are resuming this morning after work stoppage yesterday, the members of local union 34 have been working at the ports without a contract. their jobs include managing logistics and tracking cargo. long chairman who load and unload the ships belong to a separate union, but they held a sympathy strike yesterday with the dockworkers. we've been trying since july, 1st two have get a contract. with the pm a. we've been faithfully working. even through the pandemic. we're not any stoppage. now the p m a or the pacific maritime association represents supports cargo ship carriers as well as terminal operators. they say the attempt by the dock workers to get leverage in the negotiations is quote counterproductive. drunk drivers. a just one day of disruptions will take them a week to catch up. the powerball
jackpot keeps on growing because no one won the massive $1.2 billion jackpot last night, but a ticket matching five numbers was sold at a 7 11 in milpitas on mill mount drive. that lucky ticket holder will get about a million dollars winning numbers around your screen to 11. 20 to 35 60 with the powerball of 23. the jackpot for saturday is now worth an estimated $1.5 billion . we talked with the san jose state tax expert who says if you're the lucky winner, you'd be better off in the long run, just taking the jackpot in one lump sum payment. but of course, those millions of dollars will put you into the highest tax bracket. and currently right now it's a depending if you're single or married a bit about 37. she says the winner could also reduce their taxable income by donating to charities. the cash payout of saturday's drawing will be $745 million 470 million after taxes. time now is 709. we do see that the commute today is moderate. we haven't had any major crashes and the
wet weather is not a factor for the morning commute where we get to the bay bridge. we do have a typical backup of 10 to 15 minutes before you make it onto the span, only to be in crowded conditions all the way into san francisco also do have traffic that is okay on the cemetery old bridge. it's a little lighter on the dumbarton bridge. but there is some slowing to be had between hayity. the peninsula has been pretty good. today. we have a little slow traffic here and there sat down one on one near holly street. there's a crash that's being removed, and there's a little bit of a backup heading there. if you want to use to 80 instead, that would be pretty good. and the south that can really hasn't woken up yet. so to speak. there's plenty of people out there, but we haven't had a lot of crowding just yet. just a little. 7 10. let's go back to the desk. okay sal. thank you. nationwide crackdown on a catalytic converter. it's theft ring. how big that ring was and how much was allegedly made from all of those stolen parts. first woman attacked by a
dog in the east bay. now she's demanding answers from animal services about why the dog was allowed back home. vo: climate change is fueling a wildfire crisis. destroying our forests. threatening our communities. polluting our air. prop 30 taxes those making over $2 million a year. no one else pays a penny. 30 will reduce the tailpipe emissions that drive climate change. and prevent wildfires and toxic smoke. so we have clean air to breathe. this is about our kids' future.
that eddie alarcon died from cancer in september. at the same time that this health benefits were accidentally canceled, even though he was still employed by the san francisco unified school district. i just can't do it in my hand. for a friend of mine is that i grew up with what? we're here in dedication for eddie. and then for those who don't know, empower kills. no eddie alarcon was a long time para educator who worked at james lick middle school rally last night followed the sick out by dozens of teachers at george washington high school who wanted to send a message to the school district about paycheck problems and benefits questions this morning about the what about one east bay agency that's tasked with keeping dangerous animals away from the public. contra costa county animal
services receives about 20 calls a day about aggressive dogs. katie's andre seniors here in studio as andre, there are concerns about how counties and courts investigate these complaints. there are protocols when a dog unprovoked bite someone in contra costa county, the dog is held and declared a potentially dangerous animal. ktvu investigates talk to a woman in martinez, who says she is fearful her neighbor's pit bull, she says the dog named spot, lunched at her before then recently attacked without warning, slipping out of its collar, clamping down on her arm , biting her leg and in the face , she talked to us, but wanted her identity concealed. it did not bark. it did not growl. um it just honed in on me and started coming at me. i was yelling. i was yelling. get your dog off me! i screamed when the dog got me on the ground. i felt like the dog was trying to eat me. husband heard the screaming , ran outside and scared off the dog. ktvu obtained records that show the dog bit and scratched a
homeless man in late august. i get that neighbors may not like living next to someone like that , or bite victims may not like that. that dog has a second chance. we get that a lot, too. but the reality is that the process in place for people to go through it. and see whether they want to maintain that animal at their home. animal services previously designated spot a potentially dangerous animal. the decision was reserved, reversed in court because the officer who presided over the hearing believes spot may have been provoked by the homeless man. the dog was then released without restrictions until the latest incident happened. i blame the dog, and i blame the owners because they should control the dog if they know it's aggressive towards other people, they need to have control of it. spot is once again impounded and clear to potentially dangerous animal. such dogs must be muzzled where a big red tag and their owners must post signs on their front doors, warning of potentially dangerous animal lives there.
ktvu tried to reach out to spots owner but we did not get a response day back. ow alright, andre. thank you. times 7, 17 san francisco landlords are filing as many eviction notices now as they did before the pandemic began in san francisco chronicle says the number of the evictions began rising when the state moratorium on evictions expired a year ago. the paper says eviction notices are mainly in the downtown soma. tenderloin and south beach neighborhoods. they also say there's been an increase in nuisance evictions when landlords remove someone for annoying their neighbors with loud music of offensive odors or barking dogs. the justice department says it took down a catalytic converter theft ring that spanned nine states, including california. they say 21 leaders and associates of a national network of thieves, dealers and processors are under arrest. none of them are from california, three from sacramento. investigators say they sold more than $38 million in stolen catalytic converters
to a processor in new jersey to extract the valuable metals inside. they say that processor then sold the medals for more than $545 million. berkeley police say data from an ankle monitor helped catch a man suspected of stealing catalytic converters and shooting at a witness 28 year old oscar cerrado. garcia was arrested monday at a motel in oakland. investigators say surveillance video shows him and another man stealing a catalytic converter from a car in the berkeley hills last month. investigators say they later tried to steal a catalytic converter from another vehicle. ktvu spoke with a witness who confronted them after one of the thieves shot at him. the police investigation led to cerrado garcia, officers say information from his ankle tracker puts him at the locations of those two thefts. alright guys your time, 7 18. they're going to get you to where you need to go, sal. everybody behaving on our roads . i would say so. today is not a bad day when it comes to a general commute that is normal. it's typically slow or you might expect it. for example, the
issue or freeway has about a 31 minute delay, which is about average for this time of the morning, and when you get to the bay bridge, a lot of people want to see what this community looks like all the time because this is a pretty good meter of what the rest of the commute looks like. also looking at that same mateo bridge that traffic looks good heading over to the high rise section and beyond that, to foster city you can see on the map. we do have a pretty robust backup now between hayward and union city spread stretching in the fremont the six eighties, also getting a little slower. as you head down the hill ballas ito throat approaching 6 80 does have a crash and now traffic coming out of little more along that road is going to be slower than it normally is. 7 19. let's talk about today's weather. here's steve first. we're looking ahead to the weekend because we fall back sound, so i make sure everyone has an idea on that. late saturday night. early sunday morning. we fall back one hour, and if you're on this shift you love it. if you
don't like it dark at five you hated but we fall back one hour. 30 is this morning for many to the north, especially ken would 30 pen groves down to 31 santa rosa 32 grades in their rutherford and glen ellyn at 34 degrees, temperatures dropped to 37.4 at king's mountain that's along skyline, woodside. how low can we go? well before i had my hip surgery, i could go pretty low. you mean the temperature? excuse me? hmm? much better now , though, much better now. thanks to dr toma. thank you, dr toland thirties on the temps here on the peninsula, speaking of woodside, 35, atherton, menlo park, palo alto and stanford thirties as well. 42 foster city . you're getting cold there. you get near the bay near the water. frost adviser, though, is for i don't really think it's happening for marin county, but it is for napa county and sonoma county. and for sure, some cold temps so hard freeze or freeze warning menacing on also into lake county. a lot of twenties
up there. breezes kind of tailing off. there's still a little puff of one, but you're seeing it. come down, napa novato all had a little breeze. now they've turned com that means their temple go down. 50 sixties on attempts. mostly sunny today. breezy cool 33 now napa airport, santa rosa sonoma county airport down to 32. lots of thirties. take your pick here . i mean livermore's in their walnut creek, concord, fremont. there's palo alto's 38. we might get a few high clouds spilling over the ridge and see those coming down off of seattle and portland. a lot of these will be, you know, just kind of giving us a partly sunny, mostly sunny day the rainfall outlook going from sunday to next week is about as above as it gets for us and if the projections are correct, and i think they are they will measure the sierra in feet by the end of next week. it looks like good rain, but really seriously big times here. snow looks to me and shasta lassen snow looks to be on the way fifties sixties were okay today . otherwise same for tomorrow.
clouds were rolling rain starts north late saturday afternoon evening. i don't think it'll get too far past the golden gate. but then by sunday evening, into early next week. all signs say rain, wind and snow, you guys steve. thank you. 7 22 homeowners are paying more for homes in high fire risk areas coming up. we'll explain the increase in highlight the only barrier city that doesn't follow the strand and staying safe among your family and friends during the holiday season, and doctors say there's one thing you can do that only takes a couple of minutes, but it will have a long lasting impact. we'll tell you after the break.
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more week to get the new covid booster and flu shot for maximum protection during the holiday. doctors say they worry we'll see a spike in respiratory illnesses as more people spend time indoors with family and friends said francisco's health department is encouraging families to stock up on covid test kits to wear masks and large crowds and avoid people if you or they have symptoms of a cold doctors say getting both vaccines by next week is key because it takes two weeks to develop antibodies. a group of california doctors is suing the state to block a new law targeting doctors who spread misinformation about covid governor newsom signed a bill into law on september it authorizes the california medical board to sanction and even stripped the medical licenses of doctors who tell patients covid information that doesn't have scientific consensus. opponents say the new law violates free speech and the
14th amendment right to due process time now, 7 25 u. s regulators taking a closer look now at those clip on devices that measure your oxygen levels. they're called paul's ax emitters are mainly used in hospitals, but studies show that doctors may miss important information about oxygen deficiencies and patients of color. because they have melanin in their skin. fda paddle of experts met on tuesday about how to fix that. they agreed that the racial disparities and those devices is a major health concerns. santa from the west ne virus after a long illness. they say the death was recorded in that county, even though the person was infected with the mosquito borne virus in another part of the bay area. they didn't release any other information about the illness. there have been seven west nile deaths reported in california this year. the risk generally declines as the weather gets cooler, 7 26. there were several break ins in the east bay at businesses along the lake shore
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areas. have not voted. we'll take a look at the early voter turn up so far for the state. and the recent rain we had dumped a lot of snow in the sierra, giving the ski season and early start we'll tell you when the tahoe resorts expect to open for skiers and snowboarders so they can get that fresh powder. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning to you. and we thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian. it is thursday, november 30 exactly as we expected it to be. it's cold out there. steve paulson. yes it is. for us. there's a lot of thirties here. it'll be a cool day. you guys, we get a break today and tomorrow before more rain moves in, especially north of the golden gate saturday evening. and then if everything
continues to march in as advertised, there'll be scrambling in the sierra to open up early because there's going to be a ton of snow is the way it's looking here today, though not bad. it's just cold this morning. that's for sure. not only that you can call me the breeze because it would be a cool breeze here. crazy cold morning. lots of thirties here, mostly sunny. high clouds are streaming down from the north, though didn't hear him last time 7 31 with this time we're beginning where let's start in the space. steve i want to show you that things are getting busy. we do have a problem on vala cdo's road and those of you who live in livermore. no that's kind of the shortcut sometimes trying to get over to 6 80 down to the south day today, it is not the shortcut. today is the day that you might want to think about using 5 82 6 80. that's maybe a little better. it's really one of those things. you should know that it's there and maybe you can put the trip off. that's probably the best plan if you do have some flexibility
south dont wanna one on the peninsula at holly in saint carlos is a crash there, and traffic is a little bit slow heading south now, you might want to use to 80. when we come back. we'll take a look more at the east bay commute, including contra costa county, 7 31. let's go back to the desk. thank you with less than a week to go here before election day in the 2022 midterms, community groups, election officials and local leaders want to make sure people turn in their mail in ballots turning up the pressure ktvu sally rasmus here now to explain how statewide early voter turnout at least at this point, it's pretty slow election observers say. it's tough to compare early voters are not now compared to this stage in previous elections because of a number of different factors take, for example. apple back in 2018. most voters didn't automatically get a mail in ballot. now they do. last national election, of course, was in 2020. it was a presidential election, so that's a different factor. turnout in california at this 20200.2 years ago was much higher. in 2020,
all voters were mailed ballots and a lot more coming by now. but that was a presidential election. and as you remember, a lot of us were on lockdown. you know, going to the local dropbox was like a night out. statewide only about 14% of registered voters have cast their ballots so far in this election, local election officials say there is still time though. under state law, every county has a voting center that will be opened this weekend for people who want to come in and cast their ballot in person, instead of mailing it in local election officials say. if that is your plan, be sure to be prepared ahead of time. have a plan to study the issues be prepared to mark your ballot. should you do so in a voting booth on election day and therefore just be able to help the cause in terms of, uh smooth , smooth running election day? here's the breakdown by county in the bay area on early voter turnout so far in alameda. it's 14% san francisco 15. santa clara 16 contra costa 17% 18% in
san mateo 19% in the bay area. voter turnout overall is slightly higher than the state average. the oakland this morning is urging voters to turn in those mail in ballots to make sure they vote will be hosting a community event, with some oakland candidates running for office. in oakland later this morning will be there to cover that. gasia and dave back to you. all right, ali. thank you. time now. 7 34 happening today. president biden will campaign for democrats today in states where the party says they are must win elections. the president will start the day in new mexico will hold a rally for governor michelle luhan grisha. she's in a tough battle against her republican challenger. then president biden goes to san diego campaign for the re election of congressman mike lovin in the district that strongly supported president biden two years ago. last night, the president asked the american people to vote to save democracy
, and he linked last week's attack on paul pelosi to the january 6th violent at the us capitol almost two years ago. he said that trying to intimidate lawmakers and election officials is a result of lies made about the 2020 presidential election. we're facing a defining moment. inflection point. we must, with one overwhelming, unified voice. i speak as a country. and say there's no place no political violence in america. whether it's directed at democrats or republicans. president biden also said former president trump's false claim that the 2020 election was stolen has fueled the dangerous rise in political violence and voter intimidation. research shows home buyers are paying more for homes and high fire risk areas, and they could pay for a lower risk home in the same area. redfin reports. the national median price for homes in high
risk areas is $178,000 more than for a lower risk home. researchers say the higher risk homes are frequently larger and closer to wilderness areas. the only area that doesn't follow the trend is san jose. that's where home buyers paid on average, nearly $80,000 less for homes in higher risk areas are time now. 7 36 oakland police still out there looking for surveillance video after several break ins along lakeshore avenue between tuesday night and early yesterday morning, intruders smashed glass doors and got into businesses, including oakland kosher foods, abbas hummus. and lynn john asian kitchen. those thieves disabled alarm systems and he stole money from cash registers. this aggravation thed it. it's sad, sad that we're living in a world that this hasf depressing. i mean, we're trying to survive this inflation this covid, but then you come down
here and trying to deal with this in the morning? it's just hard. now the owner of oakland kosher foods that the thieves didn't steal wine or other goods , but they did steal about $500 in cash season in the sierra set to have an early start, thanks to the colder temperatures and recent snowfall mammoth mountain on the eastern side of the sierra near yosemite says it is opening up on saturday. that's a week earlier than scheduled. opening day operations are still in the air, but the resort expects to run a few lifts with access to some runs. everything will be based out of mammoths may lodge and that is where you'll find me and dave enjoying alright resorts here in the sierra, busy as well, eyeing an early start to the season. heavenly and northstar planning to open november 18th palisades tahoe is planning to open the tuesday before thanksgiving. most resorts in the sierra are reporting anywhere from 8 to 12 inches of heavy, wet snow that sierra cement over the past 24 hours. more is in the forecast. sugar bowl is planning to open friday, november 25th, but that day could be moved up. if sugar
bowl gets some more snow. now boreal mountain is taking advantage of the current cold weather, firing up at snow guns to make some snow. its own boreal is usually the first tahoe area resort to open up, and this year they are planning to open on november 18th. we'll get to the drive up and back in a minute, they could happen even sooner at boreal if current weather conditions continue, and the resort can keep making all that good snow now we've all had that long slog up and back, especially on a sunday. let's talk about the weather conditions we've already had to chain up this week here south that's right, garcia and right now we do have chain restrictions on interstate 80. i'm just looking at the caltrans website 80 is required chains on all vehicles except four wheel drive vehicles with snow tires between nyack that's plaster county to the donner lake interchange and right now on 50 in the eastbound direction. we do have some chain restrictions there as well. so check with caltrans. when you get there. of course, it could change it. changes by the moment. let's go
out and take a look at the local traffic here at the bay bridge. you can see that traffic is going to be backed up all the way out to the maze. metering lights are on no major issues, by the way for driving on the same mateo bridge this morning. we've been looking at that east bay commute not only in hayward but also we've been checking out contra costa county 6 80 24. there is a crash right there at the interchange. and traffic has been slow from conquered all the way down to walnut creek. and, of course, how we four is typically slow at this time. it is slow, so 6 80, unfortunately , is a lot slower than you might expect it after that crash. is there blocking lanes? we're going to keep an eye on it for you. now if you're on highway 24, this may kind of inadvertently help your commute as people aren't getting through so if you let's say drive from lafayette to oakland, you may want to get ahead of the crowd before this crash is cleared. 7 39. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. right sal? thank you. it's a cold one out there for us a lot of low
thirties now showing up most of the north, there are still plenty of thirties elsewhere, but the coldest temps so far favoring areas to the north. ken would at 30 degrees pen growth 31 sonoma outside sonoma, 31 great and 31, boulder creek. is what that, says 33 wood acre in marin county. it's up a little bit higher, though. in 34 degrees but sabrina says good morning, steve. so oh, cold on the dog walk this morning. in beautiful moroccan. with thirties on the tips long, long time ago. i used to live in baroque long, long time ago. i still remember how the music made me smile, dave by mr american thirties on the 10th panels at 33, walnut creek, alamo, danville, 35. clayton's 35 lafayette's as they were 35. there are a lot even elsa bronte. it's down to 38 frost advisory for mainly napa county and sonoma county. marin county is held up point reyes station that was 32. after that, it's
mainly mid thirties upper thirties the coldest towns by far to the north, mendocino county and lake county. that's a freeze warning. most of these will go till about nine o'clock this morning. 50 sixties on the temps here a little bit warmer, cold morning. mostly sunny lot of high clouds are spilling over the top of the ridge here. santa rosa's down to 32 napa airports 33 paolo alto is 38 degrees lot of thirties in the santa cruz mountains and other observation. boulder creek shows 36 felton 34 ap tosses in their santa clara, saratoga and campbell and east san jose, all showing thirties. see these clouds. he's always make me nervous when they spill over the ridge when you get into an active or wet pattern. sometimes it's tough to get a lot of sunshine. when you start to see that so we'll say mostly sunny outlook for going forward here. the 6 to 10 day outlook does show well below normal temperatures and way above average on rainfall if everything marches in as it's supposed to, this will be a huge event for this year, a also for
shasta lassen, and we'll get good rain, but that would be feet. of snow 4 to 5, at least if it all comes true that be next week, 50 sixties on the temps a little bit warmer tomorrow. then we'll start the cloud it up saturday. rain return specially late evening her early evening afternoon evening to the north. and then for everyone sunday night going into early next week. okay see time is 7 42 prices keep skyrocketing everywhere for everything. one items actually getting cheaper coming up while the price of avocados has gone down, and how long that will last two are newsroom good morning again to andre senior. this time you're looking ahead to the next hour of mornings on two. good morning. the family of rapper nipsey hustle is expecting justice today coming up at eight. sentencing scheduled for the men convicted of gunning down the los angeles rapper. then when you join us at nine, the federal reserve raising interest rates once again, we're diving into what this would mean for borrowers who are looking for credit cards
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once a student addresses confirmed the waiver will be automatically applied to their account. students living outside the county could also be eligible for scholarships and qualify for other free services . time is 7 45 as companies try to attract and retain really good employees. a lot of them are offering some pretty important perks. no cook is back in studio and this goes beyond the flexibility of working from home that sort of thing we're talking about paying for college . that's what a lot of people want. they're looking for help. fidelity is the latest big company offering free tuition at select two and four year schools to thousands of employees, even their entry level customer service phone representatives. fidelity already offered student debt repayment, which is another benefit jobseekers want jpmorgan chase rang the opening bell this morning to celebrate the launch of their new program to offer unlimited financial advice. good timing, as the fed manages the balance between inflation and interest rates, and we all try to navigate the volatility of
the stock market as we take a live look today, when that bell rang, the numbers headed lower. there's a live look at the dow jones down almost a half of a percent 156 points there. the s and p 500, the nasdaq also down as well, just getting the latest numbers. they're they're down about the same, just a little bit more than a half of a percent. instagram users could soon create and sell their own n fts meta, the parent company of instagram, is testing how to mint and sell non fungible tokens like traditional n f t marketplaces. 50 is a digital asset that can be verified for authenticity and ownership right now, a small group of instagram users is testing the digital collectible feature. it's an opportunity for meta to make money on instagram as the company struggles. quiet constraint is a new trend in the workplace and has shown it can harm not only other workers, but the entire company. it's when
employees hold onto knowledge that could benefit their coworkers, according to a workplace culture report by game based learning platform, kohut 58% of employees have admitted to practicing quiet constraint. the report shows that younger workers, usually under the age of 40, are the top demographic for this untapped knowledge sharing, the study found. the best way to fix this problem is more friendly competition and increasing times where coworkers can brainstorm together. solving problems. grocery prices in general, have jumped 13% in the last year, however, the average price for avocados is now down 3% compared to last fall. agriculture experts say there's an over abundance of the fruit. that's because mexico supplies 90% of the avocados purchased in the u. s. and they were held back earlier this year. they have also been released now, and it comes at a time that a bumper crop is being harvested around the world and at the same time demand in europe. is way down because of inflation. there. i'm
pam cook that will get your dollars and cents. 7 48. let's get you out the door sal castaneda, or do we need to start for this traffic report? what you know what? right now we do have conditions that are going to be pretty heavy in many areas, although it is not affected by major clashes, and of course, there's always the exception and that would be 6 80 at walnut creek. i put the arrow in concord and also at the walnut creek interchange. we have a lot of slow traffic there because of that crash now, if you look at highway 24 boy that looks like a sunday drive, doesn't it? you know why it's because people are being held up at the crash in walnut creek, so this might be your opportunity if you live in lafayette, morada orinda to get on the road before the crowd gets pretty thick there and i'm sorry for people who are in concord. we have to deal with that bridge toll plaza is backed up all the way out to the mains. metering lights are on. no major issues there. cemetery oh, bridge. we can bring that up. you can see that
traffic is looking. okay it's moderately heavy. 7 49 cold start this morning. let's bring steven. that is correct. sir. we will look at that in just a second. but before saturday night, sunday morning, don't forget we fall back. we go back an hour. past daylight saving ends here and sunset at 506, which makes many of you so happy unless you're on this shift, and you're like, oh, great. i go to bed. 6 30 at night, right, dave way all the way. all right, ken , would 30 pen grove 31 sonoma 31 great and 31, boulder creek 33 wood acre. 34 there are many thirties will show you some in just a second here. frost advisory, not really making it from marin county. but napa counting sonoma county yes. freeze warning out to the north. lots of twenties mendocino county lake county. all these go until nine o'clock, probably the same tomorrow fifties sixties temperature bumping up a teeny bit today. cold morning, france to the north, mostly sunny. there are a lot of high clouds
are coming down. could get a few puffy hughes over the hills later today, but 32 sonoma county airport and happy airports down to 33 palo alto, now 37 3 months in their livermore walnut creek at 35 degrees, there's your twenties lakeville upper lake in middletown, all at 27 american canyon in richmond, or 36 sentence almost dropped down there. ross and novato were honored parks and 33 sebastopol now at 33. point raised 38 that's cold for the coast. you can see the cloud cover coming down to see how this is what makes me nervous. when you say sunny and all of a sudden you see these clouds spilling down that can easily turn us into partly cloudy, but the key is going to be natalie today. tomorrow will be okay then. it will start on saturday night, mainly north of the golden gate. but then by sunday, monday, tuesday and maybe all the way into wednesday. we're looking for well below normal temps, well above average rainfall and maybe really through the roof. snowfall if these verify we'll be talking and measuring in feet multiple feet here by the time we get to this time next week,
50 sixties on the temps tomorrow morning to be cold, but sunny, nice and a little warmer. then after that, we clouded up rain to the north. saturday evening. sunday night into monday, david looks like for all all right, steve. thank you. don't forget. tomorrow ktvu kicks off our 20th annual one warm coat drive. if you have a gently warned coat or jacket you want to donate to bay area families. just take it at any participating appstore or big o tires, and there are dozens of drop off sites all around the bay area. just go to ktvu .com slash one warm coat a list of those locations, the one warm code drive runs through december, the fourth time is 7 52 at san francisco's union square. the holidays have arrived coming up at eight o'clock. how the city is making sure visitors feel safe in what was the scene of several crime sprees last year, but first a dog went missing for almost a week, but it was found stuck inside of a storm drain. after
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♪ ♪ get exclusive offers on select new volvo models. contact your volvo retailer to learn more. time at 7 55, a 14 year old dog missing for at least six weeks. six days in santa rosa has died after being rescued. the press democrat reports. a neighbor reportedly heard the sounds of a dog coming from a storm drain
and called 911. the fire department worked with the santa rosa water department to hook up a special camera to look inside the pipe. and they found the dog . the dog named milo was eventually rescued and was rushed to a veterinarian but unfortunately later died. his owners say they're happy that milo was found and were able to spend his final few hours with his family. time is now 7 56 new numbers are out showing that parts of california increasing in population will also see an increase in temperatures. climate change groups report issued a report that indicates unless the state cuts greenhouse gas emissions, temperatures will keep going up. the average summer temperatures are already up about three degrees in the past century, and it comes as more people are moving to suburban and rural areas of california because of the lower cost of living. but those areas
away from the coast will likely see the largest temperature increases over the next 100 years. california's attorney general is trying to cut down on plastic pollution. attorney general rob bonta says he sent letters to seven manufacturers of plastic bags demanding that they prove their claims that the bags are recyclable. those companies provide a large portion of the bags used by grocery stores in california. plastic pollution crisis is real. and it has devastating consequences. from production to disposal. single use plastics can be dangerous to human health and our environment. attorney general bonta says the problem of plastic pollution has grown even more urgent as new figures shows as many as seven trillion tiny pieces of plastic float in san francisco bay every year. game five with the world series . it's tonight five pm you'll
see it right here on ktvu. last night, the houston astros just blew out and shut out the phillies five to nothing, and it was a history making pitching performance. muto bouncing ball. rose. series no hitter. they did it for pitchers combined for that victory, only the second no hitter in the history of the world series. you know he was electric and you know, he did the ball up down. and that shows you that the best pitcher in baseball still in the world located fastball, the astros starter cristian javier struck out nine batters in six innings , got the win. today's pregame coverage begins at four p.m. right here on ktvu, and you can watch local news over on ktvu plus the world cup of soccer
have it hasn't even started yet , but the u. s men's national soccer team is already preparing for the 2026 world cup. international soccer veterans as men's team will play serbia on january 25th and colombia on january 28th. the u. s roster will include players from major league soccer as most of the european based players won't be available for those matches. the u. s men's soccer team will open this year's world cup against wales on november 21st in qatar. and don't forget you can watch all of the world cup matches right here on ktvu and on the fox family of networks, the 2022 fifa world cup begins sunday, november 20th and the first game of the u. s. for the u. s. is on monday. november 21st. there's no place like union square here . this this is the heartbeat of san francisco holiday season
arriving in san francisco, drawing thousands of tourists in union square of the city is making sure visitors feel safe. and what was the scene of several crime sprees last year? plus the bay area's business. busiest ports is back to normal operations this morning. we'll tell you how long truckers say it will take the catch up following the one day work stoppage organized by union workers. theft and gun violence plaguing once every cisco grocery store will tell you the latest crimes happening at the safeway grocery store. ny city leaders say they hired security is not enough. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto eight o'clock on the dot welcome the mornings onto i'm andres. senior good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it is thursday , november 3rd awfully pretty. at the back window. lots of gold and sunshine. steve paulson. i think we're all wearing our puffy jackets to work today. it's cold enough not only inland but also on the coast. you guys, i mean, i saw this on twitter. she didn't send it to me directly, but i stole it, stephanie says it's downright cold in the hate and snuggle
season is in full effect. boy, isn't that the truth? my cat the but he has just been sandwiched between me and it is cold in the city. buena vista park is 43. 43 also in the sunset and ocean beaches. 44 wow, that's cold man. call me the breeze. it's also crazy cold so mostly sunny, partly sunny. the breeze will be there and we are looking for temperatures that are in the fifties and sixties. alright sal's here east pain. yeah. you know we're going to start in the east space team because we have a lot of slow traffic there. i want to mention that highway four. good place to start because highway four is part of all this. it's been affected by that crash near the 24 6 80 interchange. i do also want to mention that the traffic is going to be slow. let's fact let's talk about the rest of the east bay commute because 8 80 is also slow heading south to union city. we also had a crash on vala cdo's road. we had some
problems on the peninsula on what on one between san mateo. and what would city that crashed just cleared at holly street. but now we're kind of in the thick of this commute. when we come back, we'll be a little more specific. but one of the things i want you to take away from. this is right now it's pretty crowded on many commutes. it's 802. let's go back to the headlines, so thank you as the holiday shopping season wraps up and out of towners visit the bay area during the holiday vacations, san francisco is expanding its safety ambassadors program programs are welcoming tourists and others who serve as civilian police department personnel. gasses live in union square to bring us all the details high. emma good morning . union square is definitely gearing up for that holiday rush and visitors who come here are sure to see the welcome ambassadors of san francisco decked out in their distinctive golden gate. orange jackets, mayor london breed announced yesterday that the welcome ambassadors program has been so successful since it launched last october that 150 more
ambassadors and attendants are coming to the city welcome ambassadors where the bright orange jackets and are stationed around places, including union square. where downtown little italy and chinatown they're here to offer people directions, restaurant and sightseeing recommendations. and to be a friendly introduction to san francisco union square alliance of merchants and business owners also have ambassadors in blue jackets, helping to handle some public safety issues so police can focus on more serious issues. other ambassadors also served as bart service attendance. i think this program is important. because we help a lot of people. we give directions, all types of recommendations and also guide many folks who are in san francisco. for a convention to the mosconi center. we also offer. and provide different resources for the homeless and just anyone who is in need. last
november. luxury retailers and union square were targeted by thieves in a wave of smash and grab robberies. their windows were smashed and more than a million dollars worth of merchandise was stolen. the ambassadors program is a strategy to try to prevent that from happening again and here out in union square this morning , you can see the beautiful holiday christmas tree that is getting ready to make its big debut workers this morning are already putting those beautiful christmas. lights and other christmas ornaments on top of it , and in the coming days, we'll get to see it in all of its glory. so san francisco and union square definitely getting ready for a big shopping and travel season this winter. this holiday season reporting live in union square. magas ktvu, fox two news. thank you. time now is 841 separatist co supervisor says he's working to increase security at the safeway in the outer mission where security guard was shot last saturday after suffices people in the
neighborhood have been asking for help so they can safely get their groceries. regard who works at that store, says every day he sees many people walking out with stolen goods. within a day. i would say a least. about 100. no more. last night, a woman told us she saw a man filling a shopping bag with laundry detergent and food and just walked out. the store does have security guards, but they are not armed and say they are not even allowed to carry pepper spray supervisor sapphire. he says he wants to off duty sheriff's deputies and police officers to provide security at the store because it is essential for the community. we need to have a strong response in the city. we have to support our businesses. we have to support our frontline workers and in the worst situations, this is what happens. the supervisor says he hopes to have off duty law enforcement at the store in the next couple of weeks, but it's unclear if that would be paid for by the city or safeway. the guard we talked to says he would welcome that kind
of help. area lawmaker overseas the capital police is demanding answers about the attack on nancy pelosi's husband at their pacific heights home. south bay . congresswoman zoloft, said a four page letter to the chief of the capitol police ordering the agency to lay out its plans to better protect lawmakers and their families. congresswoman lofgren chairs the house administration committee, which manages the agency. the capitol , police now say in internal review is underway after it was revealed the security cameras at the pelosi's home. we're not actively being monitored the night of the attack. in a statement, capital, police said the department has begun an internal security review and will be gathering input and questions from our congressional stakeholders. we have been immensely grateful for the critical support the congress already provided to secure the u . s capitol complex after january 6th 2021 san francisco mayor london breed says she, too, was looking at changes to her security at home. i am concerned because you know, i've had situations occur. i've had a
number of death threats i've had you know, someone show up with protesters with pitchfork in front of my home, and you know others who have been very aggressive. so yeah, i'm definitely concerned. the man charged with attacking paul pelosi is being held without bail is due back in court tomorrow morning. it will suffer now new information on the investigation into a large wildfire that burned last year near the california oregon border, reportedly had a chance to remove the tree that started the fire, but didn't because the crew assigned to do so was confronted by someone with a gun. the incident was revealed to the california public utilities commission during a meeting with utility where it was proposing that pg and e pay a $155 million penalty. pg and e said that the crew interacted with the resident on zag mine road who believe their crews were unnecessarily cutting trees they left after that person flashed a firearm more than 36,000 u. c students who also worked for the university system have overwhelmingly approved a
strike over pay and working conditions. the graduate student workers are mostly teaching assistants and research lab workers. the workers say they could walk out as early as november, 14th about a month before final exams. graduate students help undergraduates prepare for exams and grade the tests as well. you see, officials say they've been bargaining in good faith and add classes and research would continue if there is a strike. operations at the port of oakland, resuming this morning after work stoppage there, members of local union 34 been working at the ports without a contract responsibilities include managing logistics and tracking cargo longshoremen load and unload. the ships belong to a separate union, but held a sympathy strike yesterday with the dockworkers we've been trying since july, 1st. to have a contract. with the pm a. we've been faithfully working. even to the pandemic. we're not any stoppage. p m. a is the pacific
maritime association represents the ports, cargo ship carriers and terminal operators says the attempt by dockworkers to get leverage in the negotiations is counterproductive. tucker say just one day of disruption will take a week to catch up. we're watching twitter where there's word that more jobs will be cut this week. bloomberg news reports elon musk plans to cut about 3700 jobs at twitter as soon as tomorrow. also the report says, musk will end twitter's work from anywhere policy. twitter employees mainly have been working from home since the pandemic began. time now is eight or nine and you can see the traffic has really become very busy in many key areas, including contra costa county. i want to start there because 6 80 has been super slow because of a crash right at the wallet. greek energy change on 6 80 people are stacking up 6 82 42 are some of the worst commutes i've seen today and it had been going well. before this crash happened. highway four also has some slow traffic.
here's something i didn't expect northbound 29 the traffic lights are out at 2 21, as you know, before that big bridge right there that traffic light has made traffic backed up all the way almost into the leo on 29 heading up north. it's affecting people coming in on highway 12 heading over toward american canyon there, that is a terrible back up there. let's talk about the bay bridge. you can see it's backed up. that's more of a normal commutes. that big commute filling in as it usually does getting into that west valley. there is a live shot of 2 80 north bong on the right. you can see traffic is busy. it's 8 10. let's go back to the desk. well as we near election day. we're taking a closer look at voter turnout and the push to get more early voters $1.5 billion up for grabs now because no one matched all six numbers in yesterday's powerball will tell you how one ticket made someone in the bay area a
a time that his health benefits were accidentally canceled, even though he was still employed by the san francisco unified school district. like this candle in my hand. for a friend of mine that i grew up with. and we're here in dedication for eddie. and for those who don't know. empower kills. alarcon was a long time para educator who worked at james lick middle school. last night's rally followed dozens of teachers calling out sick for the day at george washington high school. they said they wanted to send a message to the district about pay issues and benefits. san francisco landlords are filling out as many eviction notices now as they did before the start of the pandemic, the san francisco chronicle reports the number began rising when the state moratorium on evictions expired a year ago. the paper says eviction notices are mostly concentrated in the downtown soma tenderloin and south beach
neighborhoods, the paper says. there's also been an increase in nuisance evictions when landlords remove someone for knowing neighbors with loud music, offensive odors and barking dogs. the justice department says it took down a catalytic converter theft ring that spanned nine states, including ours. they said 21 leaders and associates of a national network of thieves, dealers and processors are under arrest. nine of them are from california, three from sacramento. investigators say they sold more than $38 million in stolen catalytic converters processor in new jersey to extract the valuable metals in the core processor, then sold the medal for more than $545 million. berkeley police say the data from an ankle monitor helped catch a man suspected of stealing catalytic converters and shooting at a witness 28 year old oscar cerrado. garcia was arrested monday at a motel in oakland. investigators say surveillance video shows him in another man's stealing a catalytic catalytic converter from a car in the berkeley hills last month. investigators say
they later tried to steal a catalytic converter from another vehicle. ktvu spoke with a witness who confronted the two after one of the thieves shot at him. the police investigation led to serato garcia officers say information from his ankle tracker places him at the locations of those two thefts. in san jose. police say a 20 year old woman was arrested in connection with a hit and run that injured a grandmother and her grandson. police say alexa haji latif was driving the car that was caught on camera hitting the two people last week. this video here now she's facing charges of felony hit and run or rest came on the same day as san jose marked the 30th pedestrian death of the year after a man was hit and killed yesterday morning. advocates for bicycle riders and pedestrians continue to call for more to be done to keep people safe. you're always gonna have bad actors and people are always going to misbehave and we can control how people behave by how we design things. city transportation officials say san jose's roads were originally designed for cars to go fast, and now
speeding is the main cause of crashes. the city says it's adding new posts, painting roads and changing the timing of traffic lights to reduce the number of crashes. 17 the powerball jackpot just keeps on growing. no one won the massive $1.2 billion jackpot last night , but a ticket matching five numbers was sold at a 7 11 in milpitas on mill mount drive. that lucky ticket holder gets a million dollars. the winning numbers are on your screen to 11 20 to 35 60 with the powerball of 23 jackpot for saturday is now worth about 1.5 billion. we talked with a tax expert at sent as a state who says, if you're the lucky winner will be better off in the long run, taking the jackpot in one lump sum payout. but of course, those millions of dollars will put you into the highest tax bracket. and currently right now it's a depending if you're single or married a bit about 37. she says the winner could also reduce their taxable income by donating to charity. the cash payout of saturday's drawing will be $745 million that drops down to 470 million after taxes. another
round of inflation relief payments will be sent out this weekend. debit cards are expected to be sent out sunday. payments will be between $200 and $1050, depending on income and family size. the first round of payments started going out last month, but many are still waiting for theirs around 23 million californians are eligible for the one time payment. those eligible for this next round of payment include those who received a golden state stimulus check and have a last name that begins with the letter f through emma 8 18. let's see what the morning commute holds for the late birds. sal castaneda to yeah, and i think people are going to be even later this morning. if you're driving in from concord, wanna creek or let's say you're driving from bay point over to conquer. this whole area has been affected by a crash at the one at greek interchange, and it is very slow on 6 80 heading south, coming out of concord, head to their 24 has had a break because people were stuck so 24 continues to be okay. we also have a huge backup on north dont 29 because of an earlier light
problem right at to 21 that's affected. also highway 12 a stock about the bay bridge. if you're driving into san francisco, it is pretty robust. there. and the something communities firing up. we don't have any crashes, but we do have a lot of slowing as you head over to cupertino and sunnyvale . it's 8 19. let's bring stephen with today's weather. thank you kind, sir. yes, sir. all right, we'll get to it here. it's a cold one out there for us, that's for sure. we have a lot of thirties here showing up. i did that. i think there are a few opera twenties around valley ford. a couple i know ken would drop to 30 pen groves, sonoma, 31 great and 31. that's his boulder creek. but boulder creek see if i had time. if i had a producer, then i could fix it. but i'll go in and fix it. and would acre 30 for our good friend. just me. cool to cold 37. this morning as i begin my workouts, steam rising off the pool. this would be clayton, their first truly cold morning since early may. and i do get an east bay tip. i do see 35 now in
clayton. wanna creeks in their alamo. danville, dublin, lafayette. panel is dipped to 33 even nelson bronte, kensington, the thirties and castro valley and there as well. union city and hercules and martinez, also in the thirties. the frost advisory, though, is mainly napa county and tsunami. catamaran had a few. i did see mostly mid thirties upper thirties. not really too many 32. if you're up in mendocino county, lake county, lots of twenties. i do think there was a puff of a breeze here to kind of keep us from getting down to 22. there's always outlier or so, but 15 and tahoe 25 truckee 31 uk at one time crescent city was 39 pops brings in phoenix 57. oh that's sweater weather down there 50 sixties for us on the temperature a little bit warmer . cold morning. mostly sunny. maybe if you cues puffy queues over the hills and a few high clouds zipping down from the north. santa rose has made it down to 31 napa airport 32 out of 37 wanna creek fremont in
their livermore and their palo alto 38 mill valley. now at 39, the higher clouds streaming down from the north. we get a break today and tomorrow then there's a lot going on this system is going to impact right here. it'll go up into the pacific northwest. but the tail end of that system is going to start to drag down over areas north of the golden gate late saturday afternoon evening. the outlook, then going forward is off the chart for us really temperatures well below normal. the 6 to 10 day outlook next week shows well above average rain, but through the roof snowfall if it all comes together. and as the national weather service and sacramento said, if this comes true, we will measure the snow in feet 50 sixties on the temps here, little warmer tomorrow and then we start to cloud it up saturday. rain north of the golden gate late saturday. looks like sunday night into monday is when the system arise for all you guys. all right, steve. we just heard it from him. lots of new snow in the sierra and even more to come. still ahead will
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in july for gunning down the musical artists in march of 2019 outside of his apparel shop in south los angeles is sentencing is scheduled for a t m. he faces a maximum sentence of life in prison with thanksgiving. now three weeks away, doctors say you have one more week to get the new covid booster and the flu shot. for maximum protection during the holiday. doctors say they worry we'll see a spike in respiratory illnesses as more people spend time indoors with family and friends. san francisco's health department is encouraging families to stock up on covid test kits where masks and large crowds and avoid people if you or they have symptoms of a cold doctors say getting both vaccines by next week is key because it takes two weeks to fully develop the antibodies. a group of california doctors is suing the state to block a new law targeting doctors who spread misinformation about covid. governor newsom signed a bill into law in september that authorizes the california medical board to sanction and even stripped the medical licenses of doctors who tell patients covid information that doesn't have scientific consensus. opponents say the new
law violates free speech and the 14th amendment right to due process. us regulators are taking a closer look at those clip on devices that measure your oxygen levels called pulse oximeter. they're mainly used in hospitals. but studies show that doctors may miss important information about oxygen deficiencies in patients of color because they have melatonin skin, an fda panel of experts met tuesday about how to fix that, and they agreed that the racial disparities in those devices is a major health concern. santa clara county health officials say one person has died from the new west, not from the west nile virus after a long illness. they said the death was recorded in the county even though the person was infected with the mosquito born illness in another part of the bay area didn't release any other information. there have been seven west nile deaths reported statewide this year. the risk generally declines as the weather gets cooler. we are five days away from the 2020 midterm elections were going over the several ways you can cast your ballot before next tuesday, and we break down early voting turnout in the bay area.
also, netflix set to release the documentary this weekend despite the fact that it faces a lawsuit from people who say video of them chocolate. vanilla. strawberry. but this isn't ice cream. this is big tobacco. and their candy flavors are served with a strong dose of nicotine. because big tobacco knows four out of five kids who use tobacco started with a flavored product. and once they're hooked, they can be addicted for life. it's time to put the brakes on big tobacco's candy-flavored trick and protect california kids. vote yes on proposition 31.
people to vote. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian senior's coming up on 8 30. today is thursday, november 3rd. we're gonna check now with steve paulson for look at the forecast, and it's beautiful outside the sun is out . it's casting a great brightness on the on the area was just against side with pam and we're talking about how nice it was out here along the estuary. you know, it's great air quality, wonderful visibility. we had some rain. looks like more is on the way. not today or tomorrow, but by the time we get to the weekend and early next week, the way it's looking cold this morning. lots of thirties. temperatures today will slowly recover. there will be a little bit of a northerly breeze there so, but a crazy cold morning here, a lot of low mid thirties here, mostly sunny, breezy out of the north northwest, but temperatures still below average, but inching up a little bit here more sixties now than fifties, right over to sally. morning, southeast. where are we going? you know what? let's start off with the east bay because we
still have a bunch of slow traffic coming in from concord, walnut creek and 80 between elsa bronte and berkeley. you can see the map here. generally we had a crash at the walnut creek interchange. they have cleared some lanes. we're seeing some traffic now spill over on the highway. 24 is pretty busy now, and if you're driving all over the east bay, it's been slow bay bridge still pretty slow. although we're getting a little improvement. maybe if you wait a little longer there, it will get better. 31. let's go back to the headlines. all right. thank you, sal. we're in the final stretch of the 2022 elections and community groups, elections officials and local leaders want to make sure people turn in their mail in ballots. erasmus is here to report across the state. some early voter turnout is low alley. in some counties. it is in others. it's a little bit higher than expected, but there's still time and in every county in the state, there are voting centers that will be opened this weekend. if you want to vote in person, instead of sending in that mail in ballot now statewide, though only about 14% of registered voters. have cast their ballots. a company called political data inc breaks
down voter data in california by political affiliation, age and race, and they found not surprisingly early voter turnout is lowest among younger voters in our state, only about 5% of people 18 to 35 have returned their ballots in california. seniors are half of the people that have voted and young people , only 10% of the people who have voted so they go from being equal power in terms of registered but in terms of participation, you know the seniors are outpacing them. 5 to 1. now here's the breakdown by county in the bay area. early voter turnout so far in alameda is 14% san francisco 15% santa clara 16% contra costa 17 marin 18% in san mateo county, 19% so in the bay area, overall turnout slightly higher than the state average. the naacp in oakland plans to host a community event about an hour from now to encourage voters to turn in their ballots and get to the
polls and make sure their vote is counted. early voter turnout in the city of oakland specifically which is of course in alameda county, is 14% so it's on par with how that county is tracking so far. gasia and andre back to you, ali rasmus. thank you happening today. president biden campaigned for democrats in states where what the party considers must win. elections are underway. the president will start the day new mexico and hold a rally for governor michelle lujan grisham , who's in a tough race against republican challenger president biden then comes to california and goes to san diego to campaign for the re election of congressman mike levin in a district that strongly supported president biden two years ago. last night, the president asked americans to vote in order to in his words, save democracy also link last week's attack on house speaker nancy pelosi's husband, paul pelosi to the january 6th violence at the us capitol almost two years ago, the president said, efforts to intimidate lawmakers and election officials after the result of are the result of lies that have been repeated about the 2020 presidential election. we're facing a defining moment.
an inflection point. we must, with one overwhelming, unified voice. i speak as a country. and say there's no place no place for voter intimidation. political violence in america. whether it's directed at democrats or republicans. president biden also said that former president trump's false claim that the 2020 election was stolen has fueled the dangerous rise in political violence and voter intimidation. 34 now. oakland police are looking for surveillance video after a series of break ins along lakeshore avenue sometime between tuesday night and early yesterday morning, intruder smashed glass doors and entered businesses including oakland kosher foods, abbas hummus and lin zhao. asian kitchen the these disabled alarm systems and stole money from cash registers. this aggravation they need the money will do anything to get money. i don't understand it. it's sad, sad that we're living
in a world that this has to come to. it is kind of depressing. i mean, we're trying to survive this. inflation this covid but then you come down here and trying to deal with this in the morning? it's just hard. the owner of oakland kosher foods, says the thieves didn't take any wine or other goods, but they did steal about $500 in cash. two people are in critical condition after being shot in east oakland at a shopping center there. police responded to reports of gunfire international boulevard and 103rd avenue found two people wounded in a car, the car at least 10 bullet holes and shattered windows. the glass door of a nearby business was also shattered. at this point. police have not announced any arrests. a pedestrian was hit and killed on a freeway on ramp in san rafael in california highway patrol trying to figure out why it happened right near lucas valley road near one of the bus stops along the freeway , the chp says one person was hit by a car on the reb, leaving northbound on one. we're still trying to find out if the pedestrian was trying to get to
or from the bus stop. investigators say the driver remained on scene as cooperating with the investigation. the alameda county d. a s office says it will not file charges against the driver who hit and killed elevated county supervisor wilma chan, supervisor chan died almost a year ago when she was walking her dog near the corner of grand and shoreline drive in alameda. the driver remained at the scene cooperated with police. the d a, said that investigators saw no reason to file charges against the driver. 8 36 now ski season is in the sierra is set to have an early start, thanks to cooler temperatures and recent snowfall mountain on the eastern side of the sierra yosemite says it is opening on saturday, which is a week earlier than scheduled. opening day. operations are still up in the air, but the resort expects to run a few lifts with access to some runs. everything will be based on mammals. main lodge ski resorts in the sierra, also eyeing an early start to the season. heavenly and northstar planning to open november 18th palisades tahoe will open the tuesday before thanksgiving. most
resorts in the sierra reporting anywhere from 8 to 12 inches of heavy, wet snow that sierra cement we always talk about over the past 24 hours, and there's more snow in the forecast. we're feeling really good, and we're a lot closer to the season than we were last year, so i think this snow is going to stick around and then the cold temperatures is what's really key liveliness to make snow. sugar bowl planning to open friday, november 25th. but the staff there says that they could be moved earlier if they get more snow. meanwhile crews at sierra tahoe finally ready to welcome skiers and snowboarders back because that resort had a lot of damage in the 2021 keldorf fire . so take a look at this video captured in south lake tahoe yesterday. beautiful, isn't it? the national weather service says up to eight inches of snow fell in the tahoe basin region. however the u. c berkeley central syria snow lab recorded 12 inches of snow in the past ae christmas song to me that's money in the bank. because steve paulson we see that snow we book
a hotel room, right? we eat a nice, hearty dinner the day before spend money on those lift tickets. it's great news for the resorts. you know what i see? i see a great addition to the water supply. that too. that too, if we can get what we hope is a great week next week. will be measuring in feet. there'd be a wonderful, wonderful start before we even get the december i'm going to show you something. this is this year, snow forecast here coming up here. it doesn't mean it's 100% right? but i'm this is the european forecast model, which is by far the better of all of them here and now, just take a look here. nothing will really start until sunday night, more likely on monday. into tuesday. here we go . it'll go just right. you watch around kirkwood and stuff like this is the projection between now and next wednesday. 67 inches of snow for kirkwood 47 for south lake tahoe, 35 for trucking, so we'll see. now there's of course, our good buddy. the gfs is always lighter or throws a wrench in the works,
but it sure looks like we're leaning in that direction. dustin diaz has got down to 43.5 and south city. i should have slept in my snow bruce snowboard gear. there's a lot of cold temps even in the city. 43 i did see 44 at ocean beach 43 in the sunset 43 point of vista park. there's some low forties, mid forties and even south city and on the peninsula, woodside atherton, menlo park, stanford thirties foster city made it to 42 pillar points. 41 montara beach at 43 boom. yeah but the frost advisories to the north. that's where the coldest temps were. it goes until nine o'clock , the colder temps. by far there was enough of a breeze to hold many temps up. it's still twenties and thirties, especially mendocino county and lake county. mostly sunny today 50 sixties on attempts here, we could get a few high clouds few clouds over the hills there later on, but a quieter pattern today and tomorrow. santa rosa 31 napa airport 32. plenty of thirties. we should start to bounce off these pretty soon. everything's pretty quiet today
and tomorrow, then the focus will be on that system coming into the pacific northwest. but not until we get to saturday night and then sunday night monday and hopefully tuesday and wednesday. for us, the rainfall outlook is well above here. the snow outlook that was the one that's really the one that's eye popping. we'll get rain out of. this just depends on how much but if that verifies we will be doing a victory celebration to get that much so fifties sixties and attempts tomorrow's cold but sunny and nice, increasing clouds saturday. some range of the north late saturday. most of this the whole wait until sunday night. monday, you guys, steve. thank you. 8 40. now more first time home buyers are getting pushed out of the real estate market coming up on the nine will dive into the reasons behind this growing trend and the numbers that detailed what's happening. holiday cups are back at starbucks after the break, we'll tell you about the brand new sweet treat being offered this h
hey guys, detect this: living with hiv, i learned that i can stay undetectable with fewer medicines. that's why i switched to dovato. dovato is for some adults who are starting hiv-1 treatment or replacing their current hiv-1 regimen. detect this: no other complete hiv pill uses fewer medicines to help keep you undetectable than dovato. detect this: dovato is as effective with just 2.vato. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients, or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato. don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor,
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from being attacked by a neighbor's dog. we've learned it's not the first time that this dog has attacked someone and bitten that person. ktvu investigative reporter brooks jarocz examines the fallout from this latest attack. it did not bark. it did not growl. um it just honed in on me and started coming at me unprovoked dog attack in her own
driveway in martinez. this woman who doesn't want to be identified, says she's been fearful of the neighbor's pit bull that lunged at her once before the first time i was able to get away this time the dog pulled and she was like water skiing, sliding with the dog up my driveway, which is super steep, she says. the dog slipped out of its collar and bit through her sweatshirt, then clamped down on her arm felt like the dog was trying to eat me tackled bit in the leg and on the face, she says. the owner did nothing. i was yelling. i was yelling at your dog off me! i screamed. when the dog got me on the ground, she says her husband ran outside, threatened and scared the dog off. it's now in quarantine, but ktvu has learned. it's not the first time the pit bull named spot has bitten records show in late august, a homeless man suffered puncture scratches in a laceration after spot got loose. obviously, a bigger dog has more potential to do damage, but any dog with teeth can bite and can
cause injury. contra costa county animal services was tasked with investigating how often does this happen? daily unfortunately, estimating roughly 20 calls a day for aggressive dogs. the county has a dangerous animals ordinance. if a dog when unprovoked bites or causes an injury, it can be designated as if it causes severe injury or death designated as a dangerous amal , both require a paid permit and strict rules. dana shows 100 animals have those designations countywide, potentially dangerous animal. it must have a muzzle. it must have a big red tag, and there's posting on your door and the front of your home that says potentially dangerous animal lives here for dangerous animals. they're not even allowed off the owner's property and must be secured. in both cases, the dog is allowed to return home get the neighbors may not like living next to someone like that, or bite victims may not like that. that dog has a second chance. we get
that a lot, too. but the reality is that the process in place for people to go through it. and see whether they want to maintain that animal at their home. that process began for spot. he was designated a dangerous dog by animal services. but documents show that decision was reversed in court. the hearing officer believes spot may have actually been provoked by the homeless man. it allowed the one year old pit to live here on sex and street without restrictions. until this lead us to attack. i blame the dog, and i blame the owners because they should control the dog if they know it's aggressive towards other people. need to have control of it. spot has been impounded in since been declared a potentially dangerous animals under the county ordinance. friday's attack is still under investigation. i did try to reach out to the dog's owner and got no response. brooks jarocz ktvu fox two news on the cost of college is having an impact on people's job. search employers
are responding. cook back upstairs now to bring his details in dollars and cents. people are looking for a lot when they're looking for a job these days as companies try to attract and retain those good employees. more of those jobseekers are looking for help paying for college. fidelity is the latest big company offering free tuition at select two and four year schools to thousands of employees, even their entry level customer service phone representatives. fidelity already offered student debt repayment, which is another benefit jobseekers want jpmorgan chase rang that opening bell this morning to celebrate the launch of their new program to offer unlimited financial advice . a much needed perk in today's volatility with the stock market as that bell rang, stocks dropped as we take a live look at the big board on the new york stock exchange. there's still down, but they have come back from those earlier lows. the dow jones now down less than 100 points, the s and p 500 still down a little more than a half of a percent. nasdaq still the
biggest loser this week. it's down 1% this morning to 10,004 10. a wellness startup based in silicon valley, is now at the center of a lawsuit involving netflix and some high profile celebrities. now a rolling stone article reports more than a dozen one time members of a controversial groups say an upcoming netflix documentary falsely connects them to a suspected criminal investigation and violates their privacy rights. according to the article , the company that was once promoted by gwyneth paltrow and khloe kardashian for assisting people with their intimate relationship. jobs is now at the center of an fbi investigation into claims of sex trafficking. their lawyer asked the judge to block the documentaries release , which is set for this saturday , saying that they never agreed for netflix to use their images. inflation is increasingly affecting families, decisions about their kids and now sports . a recent study from lending tree says roughly 60% of families say paying for their
child to be involved in sports this fall is straining their finances in travel expenses for away games and gas to get them to practice and that economic burden is amplified. i feel horrible that i can't let him play on more advanced teams, the least expensive when i found when i was trying to find one for him. was i believe $600 for the season. and that didn't cover that's gloves, shoes. teams are also facing elevated cost to hire coaches, referees and groundskeepers, as well as the use of those sporting venues, and in turn, they are charging more for church for children to participate. it is a sign that the holiday season is here. starbucks holiday cups are back today. this year's holiday cups feature red green, sparkly ribbons and colorful christmas ornaments. holiday favorites also back today include the caramel brulee, latte, the peppermint mocha and the
chestnut praline latte. starbucks is also adding a new food item called the chocolate pistachio swirl this year actually marks the 25th anniversary of the coffee chain's festive cups, which has now become a symbol of the holiday season. and there's one day where they give out reusable red cups at starbucks with those decorations. they have not announced that day yet. i'm pam cook, that's look at your dollars and cents still have my red cup. goes good friend. language. exactly alright, tomorrow ktvu is kicking off our 20th annual one warm coat drive if you have a gently worn coat or jacket like to donate to bay area families just take it to any participating ups store or big o tires there, dozens of drop off sites around the bay area, so just visit ktvu dot com slash one warm coat for a list of locations. the 11 warm coat drive runs through december. 4th time now is 8/50 final check of traffic by running over to sell high against al. good morning, gasia and andre right now we do
have still a lot of busy traffic. if you have flexibility, it might be worth your while to wait a little bit. i think i see some light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak at the bay bridge, it's getting a little better. not much, but a little but cemetery. all bridges definitely improved. contra costa we still have very slow traffic on 60 80 and 2 42. the highway for backup is dissipated. we had a crash at the walnut creek interchange. it took him a while to clear it, and we also do see a little improvement here in the south bay commute a little bit, not a lot. it's still very slow, 8 51. let's talk about today's weather with steve. thank you, sal. we'll get to it here. mainly clear skies cold, cold lows for us this morning. many many, many thirties, although it looks like i think we've bottomed out here but had some near freezing, including our good friend matt hanlon. it's 33 in la honda this morning. it's so cold. i milk the brown cows and got chocolate milk. matt matt will be at the comedy factory again this saturday night, dave and i will be there. sitting in the front row. alright ken, what was down to 30 pen grove 31, sonoma 31
great and 31. boulder creek 33. what acre 34 just to name a few that were quite cold. i saw 34 yonville 34 rutherford think saint elena got down to 32, but not in town. cold morning frost to the north, but only for about another 5 10 minutes or so. mostly sunny, breezy, cool lot of thirties here santa rosa sonoma county airport 31 napa airport, 32 mil valleys in their fremont livermore, walnut creek , concord. there were many also on the peninsula had a lot of midnapore thirties, the highway that will give us a couple of nice days. that's the focus of attention as we head to the weekend for the pacific northwest. some of that may drag over us as we head towards saturday evening. more on that tomorrow. but the outlook hopefully by sunday, monday, tuesday, wednesday and maybe beyond is not only colder or below average, but also well above average. so we are looking for what will be a very active pattern. we just hope this all materializes because of it does there will be a ton of snow in the mountains fifties sixties on
the temps here tomorrow morning will be cold, but sunny and nice and a little warmer upper sixties. then we start to increase the clouds saturday some rain to the north north of the golden gate late saturday. most of us have to wait until late sunday. monday, though, you guys steve. thank you. the federal reserve raising interest rates again when he joined us at nine. we're breaking down what this would mean for borrowers who are looking for credit cards , mortgages or even auto loans, is home to some of the world's most famous glaciers, but a new report says they could be gone in - this van just hit me outta nowhere. i thought i was dead. after the accident, i was in a lot of pain. i had a fusion, and i decided that i needed to get an attorney because i could not work. i looked on the internet and called jacoby and meyers. they had their own dream team for every thing, every need, every area. they took care of me like a queen. i would recommend you call jacoby and meyers. they really went to bat for me.
uses fewer medicines to help keep you undetectable than dovato. detect this: most hiv pills contain 3 or 4 medicines. dovato is as effective with just 2. research shows people who take hiv treatment as prescribed and get to and stay undetectable can no longer transmit hiv through sex. don't take dovato if you're allergic to its ingredients, or if you take dofetilide. taking dovato with dofetilide can cause serious or life-threatening side effects. hepatitis b can become harder to treat while on dovato. don't stop dovato without talking to your doctor, as your hepatitis b may worsen or become life-threatening. serious or life-threatening side effects can occur, including allergic reactions, lactic acid buildup, and liver problems. if you have a rash or other allergic reaction symptoms, stop dovato and get medical help right away. tell your doctor if you have kidney or liver problems, or if you are, may be, or plan to be pregnant. dovato may harm your unborn baby. use effective birth control while on dovato. do not breastfeed while taking dovato.
most common side effects are headache, nausea, diarrhea, trouble sleeping, tiredness, and anxiety. detect this: i stay undetectable with fewer medicines. ask your doctor about switching to dovato. few decades. report by the united nations says glacier such as the ones in yosemite could be gone by 2050 due to global warming, according to the report . glaciers at the dolomites in italy, mount kilimanjaro in tanzania and the ones in yosemite and yellowstone are at risk. the agency also says glaciers they monitor lose an average of 58 billion tons of
ice every year. california's attorney general says he is trying to cut down on plastic pollution. attorney general rob bonta says his office has sent letters to seven manufacturers of plastic bags demanding they substantiate their claims that the bags are recyclable. those manufacturers provide a large portion of the bags used by california grocery stores. plastic pollution crisis is real. and it has devastating consequences. from production to disposal. single use plastics can be dangerous to human health and our environment. qantas says the issue of plastic pollution has grown more urgent as new figures show as many as seven trillion tiny pieces of plastic float into the separate cisco bay every year state anthony's foundation in san francisco is gearing up for a big celebration tonight it will hand out the very first leading the way awards recipients are those that nonprofit says makes san francisco a better place to live. the ceo of st anthony says
many people in the city are still struggling because of the covid pandemic and record inflation and they are so grateful to receive meals and other support from st anthony's. we'll have a warrior span. you're shopping for this christmas. here's a cool idea for you. company hasbro teaming up with the nba to launch a special edition steph curry action figure you see it right there. there are a total of eight nba players in the action figure line up. they include lebron james, jason tatum jama rant. the action figures sell for $50 happening. today netflix is offering a less expensive streaming plan in hopes of gaining more subscribers. it's an ad supported plan called basic with ads. it will cost $7 a month. netflix says some tv shows and movies will be removed due to licensing issues. the new plan is being launched a month before disney plus starts its own ad backed plans. alright game five of the world series
start at five o'clock tonight, right here on channel to the houston astros, shutting out the philadelphia phillies five to nothing and historic pitching performance. muto bouncing bonus. three. rose. world series no hitter, four pitchers combined for the no. no there is only the third no hitter in postseason history, the second world series. you know, he was electric and you know, he did the ball up down. and that shows you that the best pitcher in baseball still well located fastball, the astros started. cristian javier struck out nine batters in six innings. he also pitched in a combined no hitter in the regular season, pregame coverage that starts at four o'clock. right here on channel two, but you can watch all the
local news that we have for you on tv plus former headquarters of the oakland raiders in alameda is up for sale. the business times reports alameda county supervisors are holding a public action for the 11 acre complex. the area zoned for commercial manufacturing. and you have until next june to enter your bid. san francisco is making an effort to try and make people feel safe this holiday season. we want people to feel good about being as have francisco and shopping. we have plans around keeping our parking lot safe. what it's doing to protect people at areas that are expected to see lots of tourists. then a strike at the port of oakland is having a big impact on operations there. this one day disruption basically takes us a week to recover from what workers are demanding and what it would take to prevent this demonstration from happening again. also ahead. millions of californians have already voted in next week's election, but there's still a lot of mail in ballots out there. look at the early