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>> as many of 100 people displaced after an apartment filed. coming up, what caused the fire and how many apartments were damaged. >> a traffic nightmare. that deadly a rush of road rage incident being held this possible. >> and the bank forced to close early after being targeted by occupied oakland. those stories and more right now. in the complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on two. >> good morning. it is sunday, october 23rd.
>> let's get a first look at your sunday morning forecast with rosemary. >> good morning. sun is on the way, another 20 minutes or so. we can see mostly clear skies. a few high clouds. temperatures warm up once again, although not as warm along the coast line. and for portions of the day, we may see a few degrees of cooling, but another sunny day. temperatures above normal. a cooling trend is more notable tomorrow. we will talk more about that and show you the numbers for today coming up. >> would start with overnight news from san jose where dozens of people are out of their homes after an apartment building fire. al erastus joins us live from the scene with the details. >> john, the latest estimates is as many as 100 people are displaced by this fire. it started just after 1:00 this morning and started in this apartment building behind us or
you do the damage to that particular apartment is very visible. smoke and fire damage and windows blown out. what the chief says is just about every other unit in this long rectangular building also has him smoke, fire, or water damage. she explained that that it was all 32 units share a common hallway that runs right down the center of the building. >> affair bread -- the fire spread a bit more. it is on the inside. in several places, the floor burnt through. >> at 1 k for this was a three alarm fire. at least one of the residents tried jumping off of their second- floor balcony to escape the fire. firefighters provided that person with a ladder and they were able to climb down to safety. two residents went to the hospital. we don't know the extent of their injuries. we are also told a firefighter suffered minor turns to his
face. later this morning with some buses were called to this apartment complex to give some people displaced a place to sit and rest while the red cross, who is already out here, is working to open a shelter for some of the residents displaced. back out here live, there's a crew getting ready to board up some of the apartments. the battalion chief says they don't need to investigate what caused the fire. they say they know how it started. someone in the apartment building was cooking on the stove and left a pan on attended. live in santa fe. >> also from overnight, san jose police are investigating their 37 homicide. a man's status after 1:30 this morning and near virginia street. officers were called to that area for a report of a fight. they found the victim unconscious on virginia street. he was pronounced dead at hospital. police have no suspects or motive this time. >> a pedestrian hit and killed
this morning in san mateo. it happened just before 4:30. an suv was heading south on when it slammed into the man walking on the shoulder. the driver immediately stopped and is cooperating with highway patrol. a single cell phone lane was shut down for about 90 minutes. >> the east only to interstate 580 are back open. the highway patrol closed to the lanes near 150th avenue last night after what investigators say was likely a deadly road rage incident involving a member of the hells angels. six to eight motorcyclists were traveling in for mission around 4:00 yesterday afternoon. they then came up alongside a transit bus driver who was headed back to the yard at the end of his route. >> it sounds like the van was moving over to get into a lane that maybe the motorcycle was in. i don't know if there was any communication between the two that is unknown at this point. suddenly, the van turned.
>> the impact knocked the motorcyclist off his bike and under the bus. authorities say the van drives a motorcycle for about a mile. the van then pulled over and try to run away. check the beauties arrested him on a felony hit and run charge. police have identified him as eddie hall of oakland. the victims may have not been released. no one else was on that bus. hall had a clean record since being hired in february. stomach reopening is only in around 2:00. that was 10 hours after the crash. ktvu news chopper took this video of that massive backup. look at that mass. some drivers tired of waiting for their cars in reverse to try to get off the freeway. that congestion led to traffic jams on many side streets as well. >> the search continues for a san jose man. police fired tear gas into a house yesterday. they received a tip that the 38-year-old suspect was hiding out there.
authorities locked on the area for some 12 hours and forced residents to stay indoors. >> they went in there with a slot car. 30 minutes later. they came back out. >> he suspected of shooting steve tomlin at a funeral last weekend. investigators believe he suffered black eyes and other injuries in a fight that led up to that shooting. >> police have captured a man suspected of shooting a police officer. lease cars surrounded a home in el paso heights neighborhood. officers arrested tyrone smith. you can see them taking him to the ground. he's accused of shooting several officer several times. the 25-year-old officer is listed in critical but stable condition. doctors say paramedics who just happen to be in that area likely saved his life. >> new this morning. more than 100 occupied protesters were arrested in chicago. demonstrators did their ground and would not leave a closed session of
grant park area policewomen to leave or risk getting arrested. many protesters on locked arms before officers moved in. they hope to make this the movement permanent chicago home. san francisco's occupied movement is still going strong. hundreds of protesters rallied outside the federal reserve bank and marched down market street. some held signs bonuses, not teachers. police officers walked with a group to make sure there were no problems. >> and occupy protest caused traffic jams and forced the bank to close early. at least a thousand people gathered yesterday. they marched to lake merritt and some people wearing masks sat down on the road. at one point the demonstrators were blocked and some protesters stormed that leaving a mess inside and
smashing an atm outside. >> i don't see how that's going to help anything. >> i love what they are trying to a published. i don't think it was necessary to vandalize the bank machine. >> the branch had to close early because of the damage. police say despite that acts of vandalism, it was mostly a peaceful march. officers appear to be cracking down on parking and traffic offenses. a protesters as leaves are issuing tickets to motorists on 14th street. the city has yet to enforce a 10:00 p.m. curfew overcooking vannatter plaza. >> all liability or with just a few high clouds overhead. temperatures up a few degrees over yesterday. it's another gorgeous day. a great day to be outdoors for the second half of your weekend.
this morning reporting just a light northerly breeze as well santa rosa area up into the foothills of little dusty, but most of us just dealing with calm conditions. 62 at sso. 57 oakland. cooler in areas right around san jose. 51 livermore, mid-50s in concord. cooling back into the 40s at napa. 47 there. 51 santa rosa. santa rosa is warmer than what we saw yesterday morning as well. high-pressure still in place for today, but it begins to weekend are we expect an afternoon's a breeze. we know what happens when that comes along. we've got a cooler day by the coast line. some of our bay area locations makes the slight dip in temperatures, but it really will be tomorrow when the low pressure begins to impact our area. cooler conditions expected for everyone. we could get back to what we typically feel calm late october. satellite radar here.
we also want to disturbance here that is bringing on a bit of a southerly flow. by tonight or early tomorrow morning, the possibility of low clouds along the coastline. sunday and into the evening, noticed it coming in from the south. we also have been approaching our area with the onshore breeze in place. tomorrow morning we could wake up with a bit of a patchy fog and cloud cover. forecasted highs expected for today. 80 degrees for petaluma, 80 degrees nevada, 83 sonoma, 83 santa rosa. widespread 70s for areas right around sausalito. berkeley checking in at 75. 78 oakland, 821 creek. temperatures similar to yesterday, slightly cooler in some places. 81 degrees expected in san jose. nice and warm and sunny. needed the sunblock yesterday, need it again today. 73 degrees expected in the city. that's definitely a cool down from
yesterday. 68 for pacifica this afternoon. that will be a cool down as well. extended forecast here. temperatures with a notable drop like tomorrow. mid-upper 60s expected to mid- and upper 70s for the inland spots which is seasonal for this time of year. we will sort of hang on. we are going to cool slightly tuesday into wednesday. still the possibility of offshore breeze becoming gusty at times tuesday, wednesday, into thursday morning. and the possibility of some fire weather. meanwhile, if you are heading out to sea, the raiders play this afternoon. we will have that forecast coming up. >> 7:11. time to check traffic. golden gate bridge with a beautiful morning and very little traffic moving in either direction. my state to get out there. bay bridge. quite a few cars headed into the city and some coming out, but it looks like traffic moving very well in both directions. the final sunday streets of the season starts in a few hours.
there will be closures in the mission district along a two- mile route. closures will all people to enjoy recreational activities in the streets from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. >> time now is 7:11. an american diver dies in a sharp attack. the hunt now underway to prevent that from happening again. >> obviously, we take risks. >> loved ones and fellow racers are remembering the indycar racer who died in a fiery crash. >> and new speculations. the tech rival that could start opening its wallet.
day. this morning. scientists trying to locate the remnants of a german satellite that fell to the earth. scientists have calculated parts of the satellite might survive reentry and crash at up to 280 miles per hour. possibly in china or somewhere else in asia. it could take days to determine where and how many pieces actually touched down. the auto someone getting hurt by falling debris is one and 2000. shark hunters have set traps to try to catch the great white shark that killed an american diver. the texas man had been living in australia for several months on a work visa. less than two weeks ago a great white shark killed another swimmer oliver miles away. >> a gp rider dead after crashing during a race or your 24-year- old marcos allegedly lost control of his motorcycle. the guard -- he regained partial
grip. his death comes a week after indycar driver dan wheldon was killed during a race in las vegas. public memorial service is scheduled for today. the two-time winner died one week ago from his injuries he suffered in his 15 car crash. yesterday his funeral was held in florida. the public was invited to come pay their respects. >> i just wanted to say goodbye to someone who is the face of st. pete. >> we love speed. we take risks. we don't understand tragedy like today. >> the 33 world for this driver leaves behind a wife and two young sons. afghan aid president has made a surprising statement about his nation's allegiance to the u.s. during an interview on pakistani television, he said of the u.s. went to war with pakistan, he would support pakistan. the statement conflicts with what he told laura clinton during her recent visit to kabul. a war is only a remote possibility, experts say. the white house accuses
pakistan of harboring terrorists. americans are being warned of a potential terrorist attack. the u.s. embassy says it has received evidence of an imminent threat against foreigners. the image of the methods, after troops were sent across the border into somalia to pursue islamic militants. this morning libya is celebrating its liberation. gunfire and cheering filled the air in the city of benghazi. hundreds of thousands turn out for the festivities. it comes more than two months after forces swept into tripoli and topple the regime of moammar gaddafi. the leadership will name an inner of government. over the next year, they'll set up collection for constitution assembly, parliament. >> qadhafi and relatives -- an autopsy confirms he died from a gunshot wound to the head.
doctors examined his body but won't disclose details until after they report to the attorney general. revolutionary of forces insist he was killed in the crossfire. play images fueled speculation that he was executed. >> time now is 7:17. european union leaders are still meeting this weekend, and they are trying to prevent a major debt is. this is video from belgium showing ministers from the european countries arriving at a meeting topping the agenda of making sure that that crisis affecting greece does not spread to other countries. fears are as reading that spain and italy could soon be affected. in the united kingdom, a top investor in rupert murdoch's news corporation is asking the media mogul to sell all of his newspapers. the investor is making the call in this sunday telegraph newspaper. the investigator says it's a digital world and newspapers no longer have a competitive advantage. a call comes days after he
defeated a newsroom scandal. here at home on mountain view- based google could get ready to get somehow. according to bloomberg, google could provide financing for another company to make the purchase. the report also says rumors that microsoft may be interested in buying yahoo might have sparked wolves interest. much speculation has surrounded yahoo and it futures since the company fired cheryl bartlett smiled. >> a federal judge allowing lawsuit over corn sugar areas they want to stop our refineries from using the the chairman corn sugar for high fructose corn syrup. they say there is no proof corn sugar is more harmful than other sweeteners. >> today marks 1 year since the napa state hospital worker was strangled to death on the job. a new law will take effect next
year. under that law when a state of -- this court can be ordered to patient be medicated. the medication order can be forced for up to 21 days. after that and then mr. dubois judge reviewed the medication orders. the law is set to go into effect on july 21st. >> time now 7:20. carlos santana coming home. the free concert taking place tomorrow in san francisco. >> and the daughter of john and elizabeth edwards says i do. how she makes sure her late mother was part of the day. spirit a pattern remains in place for our sunday afternoon. coming up, we will show you the numbers and how warm we expect to be for the second half of your day. and we want to remind you that ktvu is on facebook. garbage to what's -- check out our page to find out what's going on overnight in the bay area.
>> all right. take a look at this. there's a baseball. you can see just how big the hail is. storm chasers captured the largest hail on video. it came down during the storm that brought thunder, lightning, and possible funnel clouds to the area. no major damage or injuries were reported. >> very fortunate we don't get that here. rosemary, we are not going to get anything like that today. >> that is a strong thunderstorm to create that type of tale. it's a gorgeous day. you will need to fund walk you get outside. take a look at that gorgeous start. cool conditions, once again. although, not as cool as we were yesterday morning. most of us a few degrees warmer. into the afternoon having to see the raiders play, it's a nice and mild day. even one for some period of game time is 75 degrees. mostly sunny skies and warm conditions. we won't stop there. we are looking at 78 degrees by
the second half of that game are you 79 heyward, 81 san jose. along the coast line, notably cooler. 68 expected for pacifica. that afternoon seabreeze is expected to return. to the north of us, 83 santa rosa. 84 livermore, a lot like what you felt on saturday. extended forecast here. temperatures continue to cool. when they all of us begin to see that cool mom. tuesday and wednesday mob -- tuesday and wednesday models predicting offshore winds. we don't seem much of that marine layer. while it is nice for the sunrise, it doesn't help us recover with our humidity level. we are dry and breezy. fire weather is a possibility tuesday and wednesday and maybe even lingering into thursday. no advisories at this point. meanwhile, temperatures are mild to warm. mid and upper 70s expected for our valley locations.
back to you. >> time now is 7:24. carlos santana will be in san francisco to celebrate the achievements of his students at his old high school. students will be treated to a performance. the program lost five years ago to send more students to college. 84% of high school students were allowed -- were accepted. >> 7:24. at loretto lynn in the hospital with ammonia. it has forced her to cancel two concerts. the 70 sixer old music legend was scheduled to perform last night in kentucky and today in north carolina. doctors say her pneumonia is in the beginning stages and she's doing well. she had a replacement surgery for her need in august for singer to cancel shows. >> john edwards knocked -- walked his child down the aisle.
another candle was lit in memory of elizabeth edwards prayer francis said the family is moving forward after the loss. >> john is feeling proud and happy. he too loves trevor. he's doing great. john is strong. >> edwards faces felony charges related to undisclosed payments from political supporters. prosecutors say the money was used to help him hide his pregnant mistress areas in a time now is 7:26. coming up, the red tailed hawk shot in the head with a nail gun has been found. where that injured bird finally turned up, and the reward now being offered. >> and the bay area commute turns into gridlock. the road rage incident at the police say shut down interstate 580 for more than nine hours. >> and we follow overnight news and san jose.
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welcome back. time now is 7:29. >> and i am claudine wong. we have more on that closure in just a moment. first, we want to start with overnight news from san jose where dozens of people are out of their homes after an apartment complex fire. live from the scene this morning with continuing coverage. in it hi, claudine. there is a crew in front of the apartment building where this started. they are boarding up the apartment unit where the fire began just after 1:00 this morning. firefighters say a resident was inside his apartment cooking on the stove and left a pan unattended. as a result of that fire, there's an estimated 100 people who are displaced. the battalion chief explained why so many people were affected by this fire in this one apartment. she explains that this apartment is a long rectangular building with 32 units are you that you can get an idea of just how big and long this building is.
the entire building shares a common open hallway. just about every unit in this building had either smoke, fire, or water damage. >> once the fire that started on that side of the building, the smoke fred -- the smoke spread. a initial crews had fire upstairs in that room. they had several occupants hanging in the balconies. >> at one point this was a three alarm fire before it was under control around 3:00. at least one resident tried jumping off the second floor balcony to escape the fire. firefighters give that person a letter and he was able to come down safely. two people went to the hospital. we don't know the extent of their injuries, but we are told they are not life-threatening. a firefighter suffered minor burns to his face in trying to battle this fire. the buses were called to the apartment complex called out by firefighters to give these
people a place to sit and rest. the red cross is trying to find a temporary shelter for the estimated 100 people displaced. representatives say they don't know where the shelter will be, but because there are potentially so many people affected by this fire, they are going to try to open one big shelter for all the people displaced instead of finding individual housing. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> interstate 580 was reopened after what police believe was a deadly road rage incident. the eastbound lanes were closed from 4:00 yesterday afternoon to just before 2:00 this morning. chopper 2 took this video. police say the driver of an anti-paratransit boss brand into a member of the hells angels. eddie hall has been arrested on a felony hit-and-run charge. the victim's name has not been released. we now know the name of the good samaritan killed in hayward. valenta kate got out of her vehicle to help people involved in an earlier accident when she was
hit. it started a chain reaction involving six other vehicles. the section of 88 was closed for about three hours. police investigating a double shooting. it happened on land road and airport drive. it's not clear what led up to the shooting. both the people shot are expected to survive. right now police don't have any suspects. >> a jet skier recovering after being rescued north of grisly day. the 40-year-old man was found floating in the slough yesterday afternoon. a helicopter rescued a man and he was taken to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. >> a former worker at san quitman -- robert alyosha is scheduled to be arraigned on charges tomorrow. he was not a sworn in crutch officer but worked as a warehouse supervisor. prison officials say he was fired from his job after being arrested earlier this month. a louisiana man has proved his innocence and is free after serving nearly 30 years for a crime he
did not commit. henry james was convicted of raping the wife of an acquaintance. she said she didn't know who attacked her but later picked james out of a lineup. for decades he said he was innocent but wasn't able to prove it until now. dna testing proved he was not the rapist. we knew he was innocent. his case at all the signs that it was just screaming that he was an innocent man wrongly convicted. >> he's a 12 person in the state to be exonerated by dna evidence since 1999. he's eligible to get up to a quarter of $9 as compensation for his unjust prison time. >> and advertising company in missouri is hoping billboards will help police find a missing 11 month old. they really sad and missing since october 4th. and advertising company donated several billboards for the missing
baby. the company hopes the billboard would generate tips. much of the investigation has focused on lisa's parents. they have denied any role in her disappearance. in arizona more than 100 friends and family showed up to hold a vigil for a missing five-year-old girl. her parents used to live in the layout but relocated to arizona. her grandfather has been handing out flyers where she was last seen. he said she's hopeful she will return home. >> i am thankful that everybody came out to support us. >> we are going to stay positive and do what we have to do. >> police do not have any new leads in the case. reward money is being offered for any information. >> the sole survivor of a salon shooting massacre. public for the first time at her daughter's hero. paddy strip celebrated the life of her daughter yesterday. webb was an employee at the salon where last week's shooting happened. she was doing her mother's hair
last week when the gunmen opened fire and killed her along with seven others. he struck with a cause of first-degree murder and one felony count of attempted murder. >> time now is 7:35. police in los angeles investigate an unusual incident outside a taco truck. police say a man attacked another man with a machete. it happened around 4:00 yesterday morning. police say the attacker dragged the victim in the taco truck and took off. by that time police were on the scene. >> at that point, they saw a man armed with a bloody machete in the doorway of the food truck. the officers ordered that individual to drop the knife numerous times. however, he refused to do so. >> officers used a paper on the man. when that didn't work, officer shot him. the victim is in serious condition. police say they still don't know why the victim was attacked. >> more than two dozen
advocates were armed with guns. members of the group are upset that -- they say if they can't carry a handgun, they will carry so- called long guns such as rifles and shotguns. >> they are basically telling us that they don't respect us. we will find a way to stay within the law and continue to defend ourselves. >> california is the fifth state to outlaw opening -- openly carrying handguns. >> a scam that targets overly. police say the grandson scam works over the phone and can cost the victims thousands of dollars. the scammers call overly people claiming to be the grandchild or their grandchild attorney. the scammer then says the child was arrested. police believe the calls are coming from overseas. spirit firefighters, residents, and firefighters gathered to remember the lives lost 20 years ago. people showed up for a disaster preparedness fair.
thursday's 20th anniversary firestorm there was also a commemoration at the gateway center. >> i had a healthy respect for the fire. i am so thankful to have escaped it. >> that ceremony ended with a final bell for the lives lost. >> good morning to you. afternoon temperatures remain above normal for this time of year, although we are a little cooler along the coastlines today giving you a nice look at the sunrise area most of us waking up with the sunshine. just a few high clouds in place. high pressure still in place although weakening for arsenic. mostly clear skies expected for today. overture is rebounding in london. along the coastline, the afternoon seabreeze is expected to return. a few more clouds in cooler conditions for everyone expected by monday. into the first half of your week, we are cooling down.
by tuesday and wednesday we are still looking at offshore winds developing for our area. in addition, i want to show you the satellite loop. you can almost see the southerly surge beginning to take place. i want to pick it up this afternoon. we are looking at plenty of sunshine. by tomorrow morning it begins to fill in just a little bit. of along the coastline, sunday morning. forecasted highs expected for today. 83 santa rosa, 83 nevada. checking in, 83 degrees and 74 sausalito. he's a is nice and warm yesterday. going to see a rebound today. 78 expected in oakland. 81 san jose. 80 degrees santa clara. plenty of sunshine. high clouds are a possibility
throughout our sunday, but we don't mind those high clouds. 78 expected for san mateo. 80 degrees this afternoon if you are heading to the bridge school benefit for the afternoon concert. it's going to be nice and warm and sunny. temperatures continue to cool for tomorrow. we slip into the upper 70s. we will get back to seasonal values by monday afternoon courier perhaps a little bit of cooling tuesday and wednesday before we rebound by thursday. mostly sunny skies remain in the forecast. offshore winds knock out our marine layer. as it does, brings on on the possibility of fire danger. we really don't get any release in the overnight hours. we have an eye on that for you. meanwhile, it's going to be a nice day. we break down that forecast coming up. spent time now is 7:40. a red tail hawk spotted with a nail in its head has finally been captured. that hawk looted rescuers for more than a week. around 5:00 last night members of
wild rescue say they captured the injured bird near the botanical gardens. they took it to the wildlife center in san jose where specialists are treating it. authorities believe the hot was intentionally put shot with a nail gun and there is now $10,000 per word in that case. >> is a site people in the pacific northwest are far from accustomed to. an alligator swimming around the pond. the gator was spotted in oregon. animal control officers were notified immediately. they set a trap yesterday but the gator is refusing to take the bait. >> it is rather close. it concerns me a little bit. >> wildlife officials believe the gator was someone's pet and either escaped or was set free. >> time now is 7:41. should the government verify your social security number before you can get a job? who is saying that should not happen. >> from wall street to the front door of the high-profile ceo.
chanting outside the home of ge executive jeff ingmar. they say he earns $20 million per year yet the company has slashed thousands of jobs. protesters are also angry about the text is very between the middle class and the wealthy. >> we are not going away. we are not going to be ignored anymore. >> ironically they recently came out and supported the occupy wall street movement during an event in new york. president obama -- >> time now 7:45. thousands of call for an end to police or talladega. the group gathered in the city's bayview district for the 16th annual national day of protest to stop police brutality. similar events were held in other cities. organizers say demonstrations like this one are proved activists are on the right track.
>> the unemployed can come together. people are doing that all across the country. >> the group is calling for an end to police killing attacks on immigrants and what they call the fbi repression of activists. >> a proposed bill up for debate. it would allow employers to screen for illinois immigrants. some players in one of california's biggest industry says it will kill jobs. >> reporter: eating food from here to your dinner table is no easy feat. >> i really don't understand how hard it is out here to work. they come out here and it is 100 temperatures pushing a wheelbarrow picking up 20-pound trays all day. >> the people willing and able to do the work is the work force we have is mostly the hispanics coming across the board. >> an estimated 8 million illegal
immigrants were employed or about five pieces of the country's total workforce. this at a time when the national unemployment rate hovers around 9.1%. one of the main reasons congressman lamar smith co-authored the illegal work force at. it would require all u.s. employers to verify a person's immigration status before hiring them. >> all we are doing is checking a social security number official employees to make sure they are eligible to work or you. >> the program is called eve verified and is currently optional for companies in most states. many of the agriculture industry are fighting the bill. >> when you take farmworkers out of a field, how does the farmer get that crop harvested? a. >> the reality is, most americans are interested in tasks like this. >> no matter citizens or those that are legal to be here, they will not take this work, will not do
this work. >> this controversial measure has already passed a congressional midi. next, it will be onto the republican-controlled house for further consideration. in los angeles, casey steeple, fox news. >> in our election 2012 coverage, the nevada republican party is pushing back from january to february after a backlash. nevada officials made that decision yesterday at a state convention. the decision allows nevada to keep its delegates for next years national convention. summer or will will be primary states were upset at nevada's attempt to shake up the traditional primary calendar. >> most of the major gop candidates are in iowa are you pay a tended the in des moines last night and try to capture key support. two other candidates invoked the memory of ronald reagan. >> in 2012, it is our
responsibility to honor the memory of ronald reagan as he described america as that shining city on a hill. >> i still believe like abraham lincoln and ronald reagan that america is the last test hope. when i am president, i will not apologize for our country or our values. i will protect them. >> michel bockman, newt gingrich, and rick santorum also spoke very of. >> mitt romney did not attend last night's faith and freedom coalition. instead, he campaigned in the venture. romney visited his headquarters and shook hands with his staff and took some a timeout to get to work at that funding. he also covenanted some of his republican rivals. well, sort of. i believe every single person on that stage would do a better job than president obama. if rick perry was the nominee, i would vote for him. i don't think they bring as much to the table.
>> tomorrow romney is going to file the officials ever work >> president obama in san francisco on tuesday. sources say the event will be held at a downtown hotel with a maximum of two other people think -- paying $7500. president obama is in the bay area. he was in the bay area one month ago for a town hall meeting on jobs. >> louisiana governor posted to a second term. then please welcome governor bobby. >> he's elevated his election victory last night. the 40-year-old republican beat nine other competitors. because he received more than 50% of the vote, he doesn't have to run again in november. the tally is so overwhelming he gave his victory speech minutes after the polls close. >> the race for indiana governor is getting more interesting.
gruber bowed him has announced he's seeking the libertarian party nomination for governor. he says he's been running a nonprofit agency for 20 years and then burst troubled teens. he's best known for competing in several survivor television shows. he says his candidacy agenda. >> i want them to take me serious. i'm dressed up a little more fancy than normal. i am that every day who share that has worked day today here in our community. >> he says he was to focus on creating higher paying jobs, pension reform. he hopes to gain a seat of mitch daniel's. >> time now 7:51. it's the questions surrounding the raiders. who's going to start as quarterback? the new reports we are now hearing. >> and it's being called the biggest play of the year. another look at michigan state upset over wisconsin. >> a mostly clear and cool start. calm conditions are you for the
>> if you are headed out the door, take a look at this. if you are onto 37, you will get their design. traffic moving smoothly. let's go to the bay bridge, because things look good there too. it used the traffic moving well in both directions. things look good across the bay area. >> all right. time to check in with rosemary, once again. a beautiful day. >> it is going to be a beautiful day. if you are going to be outdoors, it's going to be warm. just as warm as what we felt on saturday. along the coastline would cool down a bit. a beautiful shot. we've got a little bit of patchy fog at best. temperatures are cool but not as cool as we saw yesterday. a few degrees warmer in most
cases. for the afternoon it's going to be a pleasant day. a beautiful court test. this morning and afternoon, 69 degrees. mostly sunny skies and a few high clouds passing overhead area 73:42 in the afternoon. then it looks like as we slide into the second half of our afternoon, sunsetting a little bit earlier. a widespread mid-70s and upper 70s at east eight. upper 70s and low '80s. further inland. looking at low '80s expected right around livermore for the afternoon. a pinpoint of what's going on in this topic. 81 san jose, 83 morgan hill. on other warm one for several seconds well. 83 degrees expected for the second half. extended forecast as we get into early next week, a notable cool down. the pictures fall back to seasonal averages. today we are above normal. temperatures in the upper 60s. by monday we begin the cooling
trend. by tuesday we are still on track to see the offshore breeze. tuesday and wednesday looked to be the breezy as days. we are very dry. we won't get to that recovery in the overnight hours without the marine layer. the possibility of maybe an advisory going to pop up a tuesday or wednesday, but we will pretty good. back to you. >> time now is 7:55. game four of the world series is tonight at 5:00 p.m. cardinals now have a two to one lead over the texas rangers. the star of last nights game was cool. he hits three huge homeruns time a world series record with babe ruth and reggie jackson. all told, five hits and 600 rbis. >> 7:56. the raiders have sold out another home game.
today's game is going to be televised locally. the raiders go into this game with a 4-2 record and are coming off a win over the cleveland browns. kickoff is at 1:05. but the man who will be taking the raiders today is still unknown. according to recent reports, newly acquired quarterback carson palmer is a doubtful start. that would mean the starting job goes to kyle boller. meanwhile, the raiders signed david rayner to replace the injured. a. the 5-140 niners are off. coming up shortly is fox nfl sunday. that's followed by the atlanta falcons, and then you can watch the ot at 4:00. >> a football play for the history books. and one at stanford fans are likely celebrating today. in the final seconds between michigan state and wisconsin, spartan quarterback coach cousin takes off the hail mary.
the rest had to see the will replay to rule it a touchdown. wisconsin lost. it ranked stanford smoked washington and jumped in the football season. >> time now is 7:57. some people are out of their homes this morning to a few even had to be rescued after a fire broke out in their apartment conflicts overnight. >> and a major earthquake strikes turkey. several hundred people are feared
>> dozens of people are displaced by an apartment fire in san jose. what started it all and why so many apartment units were damaged. >> one man dead and another under arrest. the suspected road rage crash that shutdown of a area interstate for nearly 10 hours. >> up to 1000 people feared dead as dozens of buildings collapsed. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on two. >> good morning. welcome to the second hour. >> i am claudine wong. it's sunday october 23rd. we want to get over to rosemary who has a fabulous cord -- a
fabulous forecast. >> another great day for the outdoors. it's going to be above normal, slightly cooler for the coast though. we begin to see changes in the afternoon with that sea breeze approaching. temperatures begin to cool for the coastline. mostly clear skies this morning. we are cool but not as cool. for the afternoon some of us are just as one. some of us shaving a degree or two off create a bigger hole in trend will start by tomorrow. we break this down for you. we'll show you those numbers expected for today coming up. >> several dozen people are forced out of their homes overnight after an apartment fire in san jose. we are live at the pinewood apartments where some residents had to be rescued from the flames. >> we just got an update from the red cross representative who says 30 people were displaced, 22 adults, seven children all because of this apartment fire that happened just after 1:00 this morning. this apartment unit behind a come of the one that you can see
partially boarded up, is where the fire started. the fire chief says a resident in that apartment was cooking on the stove and left a pan unattended. but the apartment you see here is in a long rectangular building that has a common hallway. the building stretches down almost a link of a half block. that building has a common hallway. even though it is not visible from the outside, other units have smoke of a fire, and water damage because of the fire in a single apartment. >> the fire spread more than it looks. you can't see it from here. it is on the inside and through the interior walls. in several places, the floor is burnt through. >> now, this displaced resident describes some of the commotion. she says she lost her team hq that home while she went to the store. she came back and her kids were out safely, but she says there was a lot of neighbors in their slippers and robe trying to get out.
she said neighbors were knocking on doors warning people to get out. she saw some residents try to jump off their second-floor balconies to get out. firefighters provided letters so some of the residents were able to do so safely. two people went to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries and a firefighter suffered minor burns to his face while tackling this fire. both as were called to the apartment complex and were called up i firefighters in order to give some of the people displaced a place to sit and rest. the red cross is trying to find alternate housing. earlier this morning the red cross said they were possibly opening a shelter for all the people displaced. they expect more people to be in this place because there are 32 units in this long rectangular building. however, they recently revised the numbers. red cross to -- red cross says there are a total of nine families looking for a new home. >> also overnight, a pedestrian
was hit and killed on highway 101 in san mateo. it happened just 44:30 this morning. an suv was heading south on when it crashed into the man walking on the shoulder. the driver immediately stop and is cooperating with the highway patrol. a single thought bombing was shut down for about 90 minutes. >> up to 1000 people are feared dead after a large earthquake overnight in turkey. a 7.2 magnitude quake struck at about -- struck at about four and a half hours ago. 10 minutes ago sturkie's television reported 30 death. scientists estimate a tough call between 500 and a thousand people. because of the structure of housing in that area and the magnitude of this quake. earthquakes are frequent in turkey, which is crossed by fault lines. the eastbound lanes of interstate 580 are back open. the highway patrol closed lanes last night after what investigators say was likely a deadly road rage incident involving a member of
the hells angels. the chp says six to eight motorcyclists were traveling in formation around 4:00 yesterday afternoon. they then came along side it bus driver headed back to the yard at the end of his route to >> it sounds like the van was moving over to get into a lane that maybe the motorcycle was in. i don't know if there was any communication between the two. that's unknown at this point. suddenly the van turned. >> the impact knocked the motorcyclist off his bike and under the bus. authorities say the ban motorcycle for about a mile. they say the driver pulled over and then tried to run away. sheriff deputies arrested him on a felony hit and run charge. please have identified him as eddie hall of oakland. the victim's name has not been released. no one else was on the bus, which is operated by 1st transit. the company says hall had a
clean record since being hired in february. >> the search continues for a man accused of killing a fellow hells angels member. police received a tip that stever weeds was hiding out there. authorities locked on the area for some 12 hours and forced residents to stay indoors. >> 30 minutes later they came back out and didn't find nothing. >> is suspected of shooting to death steve tauzin. investigators believe he suffered black ice and other injuries in a fight that led to the shooting. >> 130 protesters arrested in chicago early this morning. demonstrators stood their ground and would not leave it closed section of grant park. police warned them to leave or risk getting arrested. many protesters locked arms before officers moved in. about 1500 people descended on an area of the park known as congress plaza. they hope to make it the
permanent home of the movement. at least a thousand people gathered at the plaza yesterday. they marked just end eventually ended up on lakeshore avenue where some people wearing masks sat down on the road. at one point it blocked an offer. some protesters formed a blank -- formed and stormed a bank. >> i love what they are trying to accomplish. i don't think it's necessary to vandalize the bank machine. >> the branch had to close early because of the damage. police say despite that act of vandalism, it was a peaceful march. officers appeared to be cracking down on parking tickets. demonstrators used an area to collect donations that people
are citing everyone who stops for illegal parking. the city has yet to enforce at 10:00 p.m. curfew or a camping and cooking band that plaza. >> san francisco's occupy movement is still going strong. >> reporter: hundreds of protesters rallied yesterday. they then marched down market street. some held signs that said cut bonuses, not teachers. in san jose it was a quiet night at the occupy protest in front of city hall. that comes after two demonstrators were arrested early yesterday morning. city officials say they are worried about vandalism and public health. >> good morning to you. looking forward to another beautiful day. isn't that gorgeous? very calm out there this morning. mostly clear skies. you see the sunshine bouncing off the waters. temperatures will be rebounding above normal in many cases. we do have subtle changes and it will come in the way of
cooling. at this hour we still have that offshore breeze. it worthless to leave santa rosa. -- northwesterly stand rosa the rest of us dealing with calm conditions and a little bit of gusty weather reported earlier this morning in the hills. 58 oakland, 59 san francisco sitting in the mid and upper 50s in san jose. 4 degrees. cool once again at a chilly start in napa. 47 for you. 51 san rosa. the fog is not nearly as poor as bad as what we saw yesterday. it's just very patchy out there. mostly sunny skies expected for today. the onshore breeze expected by this afternoon. high pressure beginning to flatten a little bit. we've got a system dropping out of the pacific northwest by tomorrow. that's going to cool all of us
don't. for today we look at a few high clouds. temperatures a lot like yesterday. around the bay area may be a shaving of a degree or two. we've got this disturbance off the coast of southern california. that's going to help increase our low cost cover for tomorrow morning. we look at high clouds for today. that's really about it. i stop it here right about midnight. it's filling in in time for monday morning. maybe patchy fog and a little cloud cover over the bay area. maybe not as clear as what we are seeing this hour. widespread low '80s expected for the north. i'm getting confused. low to mid 80s expected for england and east day. 81 san jose along the peninsula. a nice-looking day. 81 redwood city, 78 palo alto. 73 expected in the city of san francisco. 60s along the coast line.
notably cooler for some of our coastal stretch for the afternoon. a cold unexpected for tomorrow, still expecting the wins to set up tuesday, wednesday, maybe even into thursday morning. all in all, a pretty good- looking forecast. if you are out to see the raiders, i bet you are excited. we've got that forecast coming up for you. >> the final sunday street just against. there are going to be closers. some adjacent streets from 25th will be close. the closures allow people to enjoy recreational activities in the street from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. >> time now is eight '11. one week after the death of an indy car driver, another man killed during a race, this one on motorcycles. >> and libya declares liberation from mobar gaddafi. we are getting new information about how he died. >> louisiana man spends decades
caught -- a soldier shot and killed a sheriff's deputy. the deputy was returning home late last night when he stopped to check on a suspicious car on the side of the road. investigators say the 26-year- old soldier shot him several times. the man then committed suicide. authorities say he didn't fire in that weapon at passing cars and was apparently despond and after a domestic dispute with a woman. >> time now is on most a 15:00. libya celebrating this link. you're about to look at live pictures were the transitional leadership is declaring liberation. people turning out for the festivities. today's liberation turns more than two months after they toppled the regime of moammar gaddafi. the transitional leadership will remain an interim government and set up elections for a constitutional assembly. as libyans continue to line up to see the body of gaddafi, we know what killed that former leader. in our toxic conference he died from a bullet to the head.
doctors examined his body but won't disclose details after they report. revolutionary forces suggest he was killed in crossfire. bloody images of him being hunted and beaten few home -- fuel expectations he was assassinated. >> surprise patient. during an interview, if the u.s. ever went to war with pakistan, he would support pakistan. that didn't have looks with what he told secretary of state hillary clinton during her recent visit to kabul. foreign relations experts say a war is only a remote possibility and says the remarks are intended to reach out to his active standing neighbors. the white house accuses pakistan of harboring terrorists. >> americans in kenya being warned of a potential terrorist attack or did the u.s. and as he says it has received evidence of an imminent threat against warner's. the emergency message comes after
kenya and troops across the border into somalia to pursue it wanted militants. >> leaders still meeting trying to prevent a major debt crisis. i want to show you video from belgium turned this shows the finance ministers arriving for that meeting. making sure the debt crisis does not spread to other countries is talking to. spain and italy might soon be affected, they say. >> by gp rider dead after crashing. 24-year-old marko lost control of his honda motorcycle in the 11th turn. his death comes a week after in the car racer dan wheldon was killed in iraq during a race. a public memorial service will be held in indianapolis today. two-time indy 500 winner died a week ago from head injuries. yesterday funeral services were held in florida.
the public was invited to come to pay their respects. >> just wanted to say goodbye to someone who is the face of st. pete. we love speed. we take risks. we don't understand tragedy like today. >> the 33-year-old british driver leaves behind a wife and two young sons. >> shark hunters have set traps to try to catch a great white shark that killed an american driver. 32-year-old george wainwright surfaced. the texas man had been living in australia for several months on a work visa. less than two weeks ago a great white shark another swimmer on 1 miles away. >> away than a man is protesting a sense and is freed from prison after serving nearly 30 years for a crime he didn't commit. having james was committed of raping a wife of an acquaintance. the woman told police she didn't know who attacked her but later picked james out about lineup. for decades he said he was innocent but wasn't able to prove it until now. dna testing proved he was not the
rapist. >> i had to stay positive. >> we knew he was innocent. even in advance of doing the testing, his case had all the signs that it was raining he was an innocent man wrongly convicted. spanish is the top person in the state to be exonerated by dna evidence since 1999. he's eligible to get up to a quarter million dollars as compensation for his unjust prison time. >> a federal judge on a lawsuit over corn sugar to go forward. the sugar industry to stop our refineries from using the term corn sugar. corn refiners have been working to improve the image of corn syrup found in many soldiers and processed food. -- found in many processed foods. quarterback andrew wachs
put up with tight end colin cleaner for the touchdown. a 61-yard touchdown. but just 16 seconds later, it was stanford's turn again. 70 yards for the touchdown. stanford led 38-14 at the half and continued to run the ball. the cardinals rushed for 446 yards breaking the team record that in 1981. they went 65-21. after losing three straight games, the bears took off their frustration on utah. at the score first quarter, it was 5 yards out to put the bears in front. bears built up a 24 lead in the first half. bears go on to win 34-10. spent while the san jose sharks have gotten off to a rough start of far, but the season is young. they were in boston taking on the defending stanley cup champion
bruins. joe thorton steals the puck. san jose has an early 1-nothing lead. the bruins would tie the game with two goals and just 29 seconds, but the sharks responded in the shot is turned back. the sharks go on to win 4-2 and even their record at 3-3. >> a lot of great sports there. 8:20. remembering the lives lost 20 years ago. how people use the nursery to talk about preparedness, and not just for fires. >> a dry warm pattern for the second half of your weekend. coming up, your afternoon forecast.
>> take a look at this. there is the baseball and there is the hail sitting right next to it. storm chasers capture this on video yesterday. the storm brought thunder, lightning, and possible funnel clouds. fortunately, no major damage or injuries were reported. >> that baseball might have been one of the ones hit last night. >> it may be. time now is 8:24. time to check in with rosemary. another beautiful day. >> our weather is also fascinating, but a different kind. we are looking at gorgeous weather. temperatures warming very similar to what we saw yesterday. around the bay, slightly
cooler. take a look at that. all along the coastline we will be with a sea breeze for the afternoon and we expect to cool down along the immediate coastline. football going on for today. looks again time for the raiders this afternoon. 75 degrees, mostly sunny skies and warm conditions. 78 expected for the second half. so it's going to be a nice and warm one. 73 in the city a long the coastline. we look at 60s. another warm day in santa rosa. 83. meanwhile, inland of our mom. southbay is warm as well. 83 for morgan hill, 81 redwood city. bird school benefit, expected in the afternoon with light winds. temperatures will cool tomorrow. all of us will notice that. tuesday and wednesday the offshore winds. the models still point to the possibility. it looks like tuesday and wednesday will be the windiest days.
mostly clear skies, no marine layer in sight and no recovery in the overnight hours. very dry with pitchers rebounding slowly by thursday. fair skies and upper thursdays -- and upper 70s. >> emergency personnel, city officials, and survivors of the firestorm are remembering the lives lost. they also reflect on the lessons learned since that disaster. >> reporter: berkeley residents lined up that king middle school for a disaster preparedness workshop. because the earthquake's the needs. >> this event was hosted by alameda county. a mac with thursday's 20th anniversary of the firestorm, there was a commemoration at the gateway center.
>> remember the 25 people who died, the 3500 homes that were lost. >> many firefighters battled the fire storm, an event that none of them could have not imagined. >> a helicopter did it drop right above us. because of the heat and the abstract from the wind, we never felt a drop of water. >> this man lost his home. >> i had a healthy respect for the fires. i'm still thankful to have escaped it. >> the event ended with a final bell for the lives lost. everyone cross the road for a preparedness fair. >> safety officials say it's not a matter of if, it's only a matter of one another natural disaster will hit the bay area, so everyone needs to be prepared. >> 8:27. gunfire overnight in a normally quiet city. the double shooting under investigation. >> and a man behind bars suspected
>> fire breaks out in a san jose apartment complex overnight forcing dozens of people from their homes. >> some stood on balconies waiting for firefighters. allie rasmus is live outside the complex with a look at the damage. >> red cross representatives say a total of 29 people, including seven children, are now displaced after this apartment fire. it happened just after 1:00. it started in the building you see behind me. that apartment unit that is in the process of getting boarded up for you if i are battalion chief told us a resident was cooking on the stove and that's how the fire started. this apartment unit is part of
a long rectangular building in this complex with 31 other apartment units in that building. they all share a common hallway. even though it's not visible from the outside, other units are damaged. >> there may be water damage, smoke damage, holes in the walls, and so forth. right now we have determined about nine families need assistance. however, there may be other families serious. >> now, this displaced resident describes some of the commotion area she told us in spanish that she came back to see neighbors running out of the building in their robes and slippers. other neighbors were knocking on doors warning people to get out. some residents tried jumping off their second-floor balconies to escape. firefighters say they had to go into rescue mode and provide letters for people to get out of their second story apartments. two people went to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. one firefighter suffered minor burns to his face. the battalion chief told us
they will be looking into whether the building smoke alarms were working properly because she's a lot of residents and realize that their building was on fire. firefighters later this morning called some buses to this apartment complex to give the people displaced a place to sit and rest while the red cross tried to find alternate housing. earlier this morning the red cross said it was thinking about opening a shelter because they were told as many as 80 to 100 people might be displaced. again, they have revised that number. 29 people are now looking for homes people killed after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in turkey. scientists estimate up to 1000 people could be dead because of low housing standards. dozens of buildings in several cities did collapse, and rescuers are right now searching for survivors. >> police investigating a double shooting overnight.
it happened on line road and airport dr. it's not clear what led to the shooting. both victims are expected to survive, but police have no suspects right now. try police investigate their 37th homicide of the year. a man must have just after 1:30 this morning near virginia street. police were called to the area and report of a fight. officers found the victim unconscious. they say he was stabbed at least once. police have no suspects or motive at this time. >> interstate 580 has reopened this morning after what police believe was a deadly road rage incident. please see the driver of an empty their transit bus deliver up a ramp into a member of the hells angels. 31-year-old eddie hall has been arrested on a felony hit and run charge. the victim's name has not been released. authority shutdown eastbound lanes of the freeway to conduct their investigation. news chopper took these pictures of that backup, which as you can see, stretched for miles. eastbound lanes were closed from
4:00 yesterday afternoon just before 2:00 this morning. >> 8:33. we know the name of a good samaritan killed in a crash in hayward. martha k got out of her vehicle yesterday morning when she was hit. it started a chain reaction involving six other vehicles. the section was closed for about three hours. >> police captured a man suspected of shooting a police officer. late last night police cars surrounded the home in del paso hype neighborhood of sacramento area officers arrested 32-year- old tyrone smith. he's accused of shooting the officer several times during a traffic stop yesterday afternoon. the 25-year-old officer is listed in critical but stable conditions. doctors say paramedics who happen to be in the area like he saved his life. >> today marks 1 year since a hospital worker was strangled to death or your family members of donna groves will gather with lawmakers and workers at the hospital and six other mental
health facilities. they want to mark the anniversary of his death. patient jess matthews pleaded not guilty and was sentenced to 25 years in prison. a new law says when a state court determines they are incompetent to stand trial, they can also order medication. after that an administrative law just must -- law judge must review the medication order. >> a former worker at san quentin state prison is facing charges after being arrested on suspicion of bringing erewhon into the prison to sell to an inmate. robert alioto is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow. she was not a sworn correctional officer at the prison but worked as a warehouse supervisor. prison officials say he was fired after being arrested earlier this month. >> a jet skier recovering after being rescued north of grizzly bay. he was found floating in
montezuma's slough yesterday. >> the sole survivor of a salon shooting massacre in orange county appeared in public for the first time at her daughter's general. 73-year-old patty celebrated the life of her daughter laura webb. webb was an employee at the salon where last week's shooting happened. she was doing her mothers here last week when the gunmen open fire and killed her along with seven others. prosecutors say that the custody dispute with an ex-wife over their eight-year-old son was the motive. >> 8:36. dozens of people called for an end to police brutality. the group gathered in the city's bayview district yesterday for the national day of protest to stop police brutality. similar event were held in cities throughout the country.
this is proof activists are on the right track, they say. >> the group is calling for an end to police killings, attacks on immigrants, and what they call the fbi repression on activist. >> members of a group are upset that a law banning people from openly carrying handguns is set to go into effect on january 1st. they say if they can't carry a handgun, they will carry so- called long guns such as rightful's and shotguns. >> they are basically telling us and all of the citizens that they don't perspective. we will find a way to stay within the law and continue to defend ourselves. >> california is the fifth state in the country to outlaw openly carrying handguns. >> president obama is heading
back to the area and will be in san francisco on tuesday for a fundraiser. the event will be held at a downtown hotel with a maximum 200 people. before coming, the city will be here tomorrow for another fundraiser. the president was just in the bay area one month ago for a town hall meeting on jobs. >> good morning to you. mostly clear skies and making your plans. isn't that just a beautiful shot. a few high clouds passing over for today. temperatures rebounding fairly quickly. along the coastline, while we expect to stay mostly clear, we see a bit of a cool down. the shift taking place we continue with mostly sunny skies. a cooler afternoon for the coast line. on nice warm rebound for the rest of reba will pressure will continue migrating into our area and will bring us a few clouds and more
of a widespread cooldown in time for your monday. you see mostly clear skies. you see almost the southerly surge taking place. that helps increase our low- cost by tomorrow morning. i want to run you through the next day or so. mostly clear for the coastline. temperatures cool back and very similar to what we saw yesterday. by tomorrow morning low clouds back along the coastline have been pretty good. maybe patchy clouds and fog around the area. 60 degrees in san francisco. bold 60s along bay. 57 hayward, 51 livermore, mid- 50s san jose. depending on where you are at, you are chilly or where it's not so bad. forecasted highs are 82 degrees. another gorgeous day to be out. 79 san roselle forget we are
looking at 83 degrees for santa rosa. senators mild and warm, once again. 78 expected in oakland for the raiders game. 82 for danville, south bay looking good. we are looking at 81 for you for the afternoon. 80 degrees mountain view, 81 redwood city. widespread 60s expected for the coastline are you the extended forecast with temperatures cooling. tuesday and wednesday whilst still predicting that offshore wind event. that means the marine layer will be pretty much nonexistent. very dry with the possibility of fire weather increasing tuesday, wednesday, maybe thursday. temperature wise not bad at all. we will take a look at your lunch time numbers coming up. time now is 8:40. we do have breaking news. we are just learning of an officer involved shooting in san jose. it happened about an hour a go at extended-stay motel on east hot
road. report of a person with a weapon. police tell us a least one officer opened fire after the suspect threatened them. authorities say he is currently being treated for a gunshot wound. no officers were injured. we have a news crew headed to the scene and we'll bring you more information if it becomes available. >> a red tail hawk spotted with a nail in its head has finally been captured. he alluded rescuers for more than a week. numbers of wildlife rescue captured the injured bird near the botanical gardens. they took it to wildlife center in san jose where specialists are treating it. authorities believe the hawk was intentionally shot with a nail gun. there's a $10,000 reward in that case. >> time now is 8:41. it's a historic day in the middle eastern country. citizens are headed to the polls in their first ever truly free election. >> a proposed bill up for debate. congress is supposed while the employer screen for illegal immigrants, but some say it will actually hurt them
11 month old girl. they believe the went missing weeks ago. much of the investigation is focused on lisa's parents, but they've denied any role in her disappearance. more than 100 friends and family showed up for a vigil for missing five-year-old girl. jesse shockley has been missing for a week and a half. jesse's grandfather has been handing out flyers in the glendale neighborhood where she was last seen. he said she's hopeful she returns home safely. >> unfaithful that everyone came to support us. >> we are going to stay positive . >> police have no leads in the case. reward money is being offered for information about jesse's disappearance. >> police in los angeles investigate unusual incident outside a taco truck or the police say a man was attacked by another man's with a machete. will he say the attacker dragged the victim inside the taco truck and then took off. that's when he thickly crashed
into several parked cars. by that time police were on the scene. >> at that point, they saw a man armed with a bloody machete in the doorway of the food truck. the officers ordered that individual to drop the knife numerous times, however, he refused to do so. >> so officers used a taster on that man and i did work in an officer shot him. both men were taken to the hospital and the victim is now in serious condition. police still don't know why the victim was attacked. >> time now is 8:46. tunisia holding its first-ever democratic election and keep returning out -- and people are turning out in surprising numbers. the uprising resulted in the tunisia longtime president. the winners of today's election will be in charge of writing a new constitution and laying the framework for a new government system. argentina's president could become the first woman reelected to the office. cristina fernandez is headed
for a landslide victory. she can win without -- with as little as 42%. >> time now is 8:46. americans in washington for their annual freedom march. they shouted messages condemning the record on human rights. they also urged president obama to remove an iranian opposition group from the u.s. list of terrorist organizations are you the group is well supported by former pennsylvania governor ed rendell and ex-homeland security chief tom ridge. >> new this morning, scientists try to locate the remnants of a german satellite that fell to earth. parts of the satellite might survive her entry and crash at up to 280 miles per hour possibly in china or somewhere else in asia. it could take days to determine where and how many pieces
touched down. the odds of someone getting hurt by debris is one in 2000. >> a new bill would require verifying immigration status. it's called the legal workforce asked for a congressman lamar smith is the co-author. they are certification would take place by checking. california farmers called the bill if possible job killer. they say americans don't want farming jobs typically held by people who cross the border from mexico. >> u.s. folks, no matter citizens or those that are illegal to be here, will not take this work, will not do this work. >> the bill has already passed a congressional committee and its now going to the republican- controlled house for consideration. >> time now is 8:48. occupy protesters took their message to the head of general
electric. >> about 100 demonstrators chanted and held signs outside of the ge medicaid home. the company slashed thousands of jobs in 2008. protesters are angry about the text is very between middle class and the wealthy. >> we are trying to send a message. we are not going away. >> ironically, he recently came out and supported the occupy wall street movement during an event in new york. >> in our election 2012 coverage, the nevada public and party is pushing back its primary caucus from january to february after backlash from national leaders. the decision allows nevada to keep its delegates for next year's national convention. national officials had threatened to strip nevada of its delegates if
it did not move that primary caucus. several early primary states like new hampshire and were upset at nevada's attempt to shake up the traditional primary calendar. >> most of the major gop candidates are in iowa are you they attended an event in des moines to capture key support. two of the candidates invoked the memory of ronald reagan. >> in 2012, it's our responsibility to honor the memory of ronald reagan as he described america as that shining city on the hill. >> i still believe like abraham lincoln and ronald reagan that america is the last best hope of all mankind. when i am president, i will not apologize for our country or our values. i will protect them. >> michele bachmann, nude in rich, and rick santorum also spoke. >> former massachusetts governor mitt romney did not attend. instead, he campaigned in new hampshire.
romney also complemented some of his republican rivals. well, sort of. >> i believe every single person on the stage in that last debate would do a better job than president obama. if rick perry were the nominee, i'd be voting for him. i don't think they bring as much to the table as i do. >> tomorrow romney is going to file the official paperwork to take part in new hampshire's primary. >> about 10 minutes to 9:00. i reality tv star running for political office. why he qualified to be the next governor of indiana. >> for your sunday, another gorgeous day expected outdoors. some of us the little bit of a cool down. we will talk about who. we will tell you about the numbers expected for your area, not coming up
in that we want to update you on breaking news. an officer involved shooting in san jose about one hour ago. a suspicious person with a weapon was called in. at least one officer opened fire. authorities say they don't go his condition except he's being treated for at least one gunshot wound. no officers were injured. stay tuned for additional updates. >> it's a site people in the pacific northwest are far from a accustomed to. an alligator swimming around in a pond. the four to five foot-long gator was spotted in oregon. animal control officers were notified immediately since there are several homes nearby. they set a trap yesterday but
that gator is refusing to take that bait. wildlife officials believe it was someone's pet and either escaped or was set free. >> i reality tv star hopes to win the ultimate survivor contest. rupert bomb is seeking the nomination for indiana governor. he says he's been running a nonprofit agency for 20 years and mentors troubled teens. he's best known for competing in several survivor television shows. viewers voted him the $1 million winner of the special episode. his candidacy is legitimate, he says. >> i addressed up a little fancier than normal. i want them to take me serious. but i still like the tie-dye. i am still me. i am that every day hoosier that has worked they today here in our community. >> it was to focus on higher paying jobs, pension reform. 8:55. the raiders have sold out another home game.
today's game against the kansas city chiefs will be televised locally. the raiders go into the game with a 4-2 record and come off a win over the cleveland browns. kickoff is at 1:05. but the man taking the snaps for the raiders is still unknown. according to recent reports, newly acquired quarterback carson palmer is a doubtful start. that would mean a starting job would go to kyle bowler. meanwhile, dave rayner will replace the injured sebastian. 49ers are off this week. coming up in a few minutes, you get to watch fox nfl sunday. that's followed by the atlanta falcons versus the detroit lions. >> and going into tonight's game for the world series, cardinals have a two to one lead over texas rangers. the first three.
count them. three huge home runs tying the world series record with babe ruth and reggie jackson. all told, he had 56 -- he had five hits and six rbi. >> you might not be able to pull the sports fans away from their tvs this morning or throughout the entire day. if you want to go outside, rosemary says it's perfect. lots to do outside. >> well, maybe pull the tv outside. i don't know. maybe on the patio. patchy fog out there at this. and you're sitting in the 40s for the north bay but warming created 50s and 60s in some cases along the coast as well as the rest of the bay area. we are in the upper 60s with mostly clear skies over the coast. around the bay area, widespread upper 60s. mild to warm, once again. the only notable cooling will be along the coast on. san francisco at 93. 78 in oakland for the afternoon. if you are going to be lucky enough to see the raiders play, extended
forecast with temperatures continuing to cool for you again, the model still predicting that offshore wind will really begin to kick up tuesday and wednesday. the offshore winds are very dry conditions. fire danger will definitely be a concern. >> those are not being accompanied by high temperatures. that's a good thing. >> this is true. but very dry fuel author despite the rain we saw. it doesn't take a whole lot. >> that's going to do it for us this sunday morning. thanks for waking up with us. have a great day.