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. new this morning, a good samaritan is stabbed near san francisco city hall while trying to come to the aid of a stranger. what he witnessed that prompted him to take action. >> and a suspect is out of jail and prosecutors say they had to release him and why. >> where they're headed to right now. >> complete bay area news
coverage starts right now. maps . good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2, it is saturday september 28th. >> we're going to check in with rosemary for a quick look at the saturday forecast. >> good morning. it's a beautiful day in store. it's cool out there. upper 40s to low 50s in most cases. we'll have a look at the numbers coming up. mostly sunny, mild to warm, it will feel like yesterday with light winds in the forecast today. i say enjoy it because as early as tomorrow we're turning cloudy and cooler. we'll have a possibility of rain. i'll have the extended forecast coming up. new this morning, a good samaritan in san francisco was stabbed while trying to protect a stranger. it happened around 4:30 this morning attila kin street and golden gate. the good samaritan was driving down golden gate when he saw a group of ten people beating up
another person and that's when the group attacked him. >> he was trying to be and good samaritan. the group assaulting the original male attacked the good samaritan. he had four knife wounds to his stomach. they were able to stabilize, both the attackers and the first victim ran around before officers arrived on the scene. they have no suspects in the case. a man accused of stacking a dodgers fan is out of jail this morning. he was released last night. right now prosecutors say there's not enough evidence to charge him for the death. the 24-year-old jonathan denver. they're reviewing montgomery's claim that he was assaulted during an altercation and the stabbing was in self denver. but, his family says he is a gentle person and he was the victim. >> they were going to get in
the vehicle. a giants fan made happen comment, comments were ex changed and an altercation broke out. >> they're asking any witnesses who saw that fight to come forward in the next half-hour. the general manager talks about fan violence. there was a scuffle between an officer and carjacking suspect and it may have saved the officer from getting hurt. a lexus was carjacked with man armed with a gun. it crashed on east 28th street and the driver tried to run when a neighbor noticed that the car was starting to roll. >> when the car was moving, that's when i started to worry about, one of them, you know because he was just right there and the car was still moving. >> he was able to stop that car to prevent it from hitting anyone and the officer was able
to stop the brake and the driver and along with one of of the driver's passengers. a parade set off along the golden bring and we have a look at all the festivities. good morning, natalie. >> reporter: up until 5 minutes ago this was a see of pink. there's 2,000 people who signed up for this avon walk for breast cancer. they're cleaning things up. but the day is just beginning for 2,000 people taking part in this event. this is kathy wall from san jose. tell us about your team here. you have a lot of people. >> we have our north carolina representative. we have five new walkers, this is my 11th year. >> i have too many friends and
family who have had breast cancer. look at my back. >> you've got at least -- >> marina and donna passed away since my daughters were in high school. i knew them before kindergarten. i do it for me and other women so they don't have to go through this. >> you have done this 11 times. what's the mind set. >> it's total bonding. i have people who are excited about it. my neighbors see me walking around wearing pink all the time. >> you raise money? >> we raised $15,000. isn't that amazing? we're proud of these girls. >> thank you very much. good luck. thanks for stopping to talk with us and have a great time. 2,000 people have signed up for this san francisco walk. you can see them heading out. we delayed them just a little bit so they could stop and talk
to us. let's look at the mapped route. they're starting here at fort mason. they go to washington square park, lafayette park, they get to cross the golden gate bridge and end up in sausalito and tomorrow they have another 13 miles ahead of them h they're walking a 40-mile two-day walk. they say it's a motivating, invigorating experience. we'll stick with be them and follow people along the route throughout the city. you can check back with us in about an hour ago. time now is 7:06 and if you're going outside and have outdoor plans there's good weather in store for you. i think the weather has a pretty shot behind you. >> you're right. the sun is up and shining, it's beautiful out there, from the coast to our valleys, we've got plenty of sunshine out there for you to enjoy for today. but, it is a chill little start in some areas, i'll have your numbers coming right up.
first, take in this gorgeous view looking towards the east. we have got sun in store for today and we have big changes coming as early as tomorrow. i'll show you that coming up in a bit. let's focus in some of these numbers. check out half moon bay 43 degrees. mid-50s in san francisco where the breast cancer walk is going on there. fairfield if you have to be outdoors early this morning 44 outside your doors. i want to shift to had the north, we're seeing cool numbers there. low to mid-40s in some cases. 50 degrees right here in petaluma. for the sun shining at this point we'll see a turn-around noontime h it will be warming inland and in the cities. we'll have a look at the lunchtime numbers coming up at the next break. take a look at this next system in the gulf of alaska. it's sliding into the bay area, that rain. we may see what slight chance
come south of the golden gate. the better bet is going to be north. take a look here as we pick it up this morning. we have mostly sunny skies throughout the entire afternoon. we have sunny skies until the evening hours. notice the clouds moving in along the coastline. we're still with plenty of clear sky overhead. by tomorrow morning it begins to change. we wake up tomorrow morning with a mix of sun and clouds. it sticks to the north, most of sunday, take a look, we're, now, into the evening hours and we have just a knew scattered showers, it looks like santa rosa and into the north. here along the central and southern portions of the bay area, we'll be partly to mostly cloudy, we stay mainly dry. we're still dealing with the possibility of a few scattered showers, down into the coastline, perhaps all the way down to monterrey and then by monday evening we're drying out and then we're done with the system.
a few scattered showers especially over the north bay and it will start off as early as sunday evening lasting into monday evening. for today mostly sunny skies and feeling quite nice. 73 in sausalito off to the east bay. 80 degrees for danville, low 8 os for livermore. 80 degrees if you're going to be hanging out in saratoga this afternoon. mid to upper 60s in the afternoon. for the coast if you're going to fog's fest it will be -- fall fest it will be a beautiful day today. temperatures for falling off. few scattered showers sunday night last nothing monday night. temperatures will be at their coolest on monday and then we begin to rebound with mild conditions tuesday and wednesday. i'll have the view of your day planner for today coming up. >> the clock is ticking to the new fiscal year, the place is
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shutdown that you see on the clock -- that's wrong. this is set for 9 p.m. monday. we'll fix that clock for you and get it back up for you. president obama says they must pass a budget by monday orthopedic risk crippling the nation's economy. >> they'll have to decide to keep the senate and keep a government open or they'll hurt people for the sole purpose of advancing their ideological agenda. >> they woman keep all agencies running and setting a side money for the affordable care act. 6 out of 10 will be able to buy coverage for $100 or less. the 27-hour fill bust err, they are urging not to side with the president. >> millions of people who are
struggling to find a job or forced into part-time work and seeing their premiums skyrocket. >> they're trying to talk about options. they're trying to reach a consensus. many gop strategists are afraid they'll blame republicans if this is a shutdown. if there is a shutdown here's what would happen. the military men and women would get paid with ious, the members of congress would get their paychecks. 41% of employees would be furloughed. the national parks would be closed. if the debt ceiling is not raised the government will go into default. >> they man to spend millions of dollars to place armed officers across the country. this comes after the deadly shooting of connecticut.
they'll fund new officer positions deadly violence in north richmond two people killed in the same spot about 18 hours a part p investigators say this 38-year-old was shot in the first block of silver avenue on thursday night then on friday another man was shot and killed while mourning with mat lock's mother. people who say they were related to the second victim identified them as 20-year-old. anyone who knows anything is asked to call the sheriff's office. they may not stay with the city for long. police received their badges today. they graduated after six months of president. but, the president of the poa is worried that those officers
may look for jobs elsewhere. >> i know we have officers looking for other jobs and a few are in backgrounds with other agencies. >> the people who trained us make it exciting and i'm ready to go out there. >> they're in the final phase of their training. they may go to other departments because they're turned off by the retirement package and benefits packages. there are 12 days left before the cooling off period ends on october 10th for bart. they met at 7:30 last night. they're far apart on the main issues of salary and benefits. a major hurdle in their attempt to move across the bay. they want to build the new arena. it appears 30 and 32 right next to the bay bridge. yesterday, governor brown clarifies the approval process for the project.
the three person panel will have the final say, whether it complies with the rules for development. they ask to support another team, concession workers out at the park. workers demonstrated outside the ballpark last night. they're protesting a wage freeze and what they claim is limited access to health insurance. they're demanding job security from the contractor. >> we've had a lot of actions out here, we're going to continue to talk to the community, talk to people in san francisco and make sure folks know that if you care about workers, you should bring your own food. typically it's making a fair offer and that the union is being uncooperative. tomorrow is the last giant's game of the year. a deal between the giants and right fielder hunter pens could be on soon.
they col reach a decision and pens will be a free agent at the end of the season. the giants and he hope they'll be part of the team. he's speaking a long-term deal similar to the five-year-old deal. tickets are selling fast. with the agency win against seattle last night, they secured the home series. 1,000 sees seats are left for game 1. they're up there on that third deck, what is left. they have the best shot in the american league. oakland holds the tie breaker with the red sox. we don't know who the oakland as will be playing. they'll be playing games at
home next friday and saturday and they'll be playing oakland if necessary. we'll end up a half-hour early this morning to bring you coverage mlb on fox. stay tuned for us with the cleveland indians and that starts at 9:30. >> it was once considered impossible. the waters around alcatraz will be filled with people trying to make a swim to san francisco. >> a 14-year-old comes to the rescue of a girl being kidnapped. it's heroic action and the injuries she suffered. >> it's a cool start to the day as well. i'll have a look at temperatures four outside your doors right now. when we see changes coming our way.
masked man grabbed a girl by the arm and started dragging her across the street. the 14-year-old boy went to rescue her and he was stabbed in the shoulder. the 14-year-old was treated at the hospital and the man was arrested. he was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and kidnapping. they believe he's related to the girl he tried to kidnap. the red cross is recognizing people who make a difference through courage and kindness. they honored a police sergeant who stopped a robber on bart while on his way to get a marriage license, also honored was laura a graham who collects clothes for teenagers. we have listed them and their achievements at ktvu.com under
web links. look for swimmers in the waters around alcatraz this morning. there's the rock, it is the alcatraz classic swim to the island. they're holding a swim too from alcatraz to san francisco. it's to raise money and awareness about the importance of swimming. and three visually impaired swimmers are headed from arizona to san francisco to swim in the alcatraz invitational. these three people are members of the first blind team to compete in the event. they'll volume cited guides to help them tackle the challenges of swimming without vision. >> there's more uncertainty, how far do i have left to go and how far have i gone. >> direction, keeping a straight line. >> they're not strangers to
great adventures. the two climbed kilimanjaro several years ago. this 15-year-old has retinal disease that claimed 3/4 of his vision. they raised the swim to raise money for no barriers usa that helps people overcome challenges. a global basketball competition is being held out on the rock. this will be the first official sporting event at the prison since its closure. red bull is hosting the competition called king of the rock. it will feature 64 finalists. 20us qualifiers will play. the competition is one on one basketball games in the past two years. they've driven home the title. 7:24 not a bad day to play
basketball. it's nice outside, isn't it? >> yes, it is a little cool out there. once we get past this crisp air we have sunny warm weather in store for the afternoon. temperatures a lot like yesterday, the winds will be light and for the afternoon we're talking low 80s for some of our warmest day. so again we're looking at a pretty one for saturday. changes on the horizon is early as sunday. we add clouds to the icon. temperatures begin to fall off. we'll be on the 50s on the coast. low clouds will be joining us tomorrow morning along the coastline over to parts of the north bay. an evening chance, and that is for the north bay, the chance on monday is a slim one, but the opportunity is there for us to pick up a few scattered showers. if you're just joining us i'll show that you model in a moment. today is going to be a gorgeous
one. we're dealing with pretty cool weather out there. low to mid-40s for north bay, low 50s around the bay, we're feeling better, mostly sunny skies, low to upper 60s in the forecast and for the afternoon, low 50s around the coast, 70s around the bay, mid to upper 70s to low 70s for our inland community. i'll have a detailed look at your temperatures, the futurecast model of the possibility of a little rain. >> if you're planning to travel this upcoming holiday season you have a few more weeks before prices start taking off. comparison vehicle kayak say average fares for thanksgiving and christmas go up 1% and prices around the new year's jump 25%. >> there are fewer seats in the
air and more demand. the economy has picked up, it's one of the busiest times of the year. if you haven't booked, i suggest you get going. >> and traveling before thanksgiving, they say try to avoid the wednesday and sunday around the holiday. the best departure for saving money are monday and tuesday. >> thousands of museums around the country are offering free or reduced admission today. it is part of the smithsonian magazine's day live. you have to log on the website to get those free tickets. you can find out which museums are participating. there are several museums that do plan to observe the event today including the historical museum and the museum in walnut creek. >> why one church and city has decided to step in to help. >> damage estimates are in the millions, there's little option left, but to let it burn.
responsible for the crime is no longer in jail. welcome back. >> i'm claudine won. the 21-year-old suspect michael montgomery was released from jail and it's believed he has gone home. there's not enough evidence to charge him for the death of 24- year-old jonathan denver. we asked ryan about the violence stemming from the rivalry. >> i have six boys of my own and some of them in their mid- 20s and i just can't understand how sporting event aside, that the society has gotten like this. >> denver who went to forth brag went to celebrate the 49th birthday of his father who worked security for the dodgers. they are investigating the claim that it was in self-
defense. >> the 16-year-old boy is leaving questions you were answered. he was riding behind his mother in a gold mini van, an suv slammed into them and he died at the scene. witnesses said the mercedes was speeding. the 58-year-old driver was taken into custody and questioned. investigators did not release what she said regarding the accident. she faces one count of vehicular manslaughter. >> there doesn't appear nor can anyone fathom any excuse for this sort of driving. >> police say there was no sign she was driving under the influence and a mother and 17- year-old sister were in the front passenger seat. the mother has life-threatening injuries, the sister is expected to survive. police say a security guard opened fire on two men who tried to rob them in san francisco last night.
police say a man suffering from a gunshot wound was driven in that audi after that shooting. it took place on third and lasalle at 8 p.m. last night. they were trying to rob a reporter when his security guard opened fire. the news crew were not hurt. two female customers were slipped a date rape drug and sexually assaulted. both women were with friends on different nights this month. according to police, the next thing the women remember was waking up the next day, one in her bed and the other in a hotel room, police say they had been sexually assaulted, apparently by someone who slipped a powerful sedative into their drinks and went unnoticed in the crowd. >> i don't think it takes a lot. you know how you stick together in a bar somewhere, someone could drop it off or hey, let me buy you a drink, dump it in
there. >> the owners of the small lounge plan to install a dozen surveillance cameras to watch they're customers: two men being convicted of killing service men, these two were convicted of killing mat garcia. they upheld the conviction saying that arguments that the jury was swayed by news coverage were not valid. he mistook them for a drug dealer who owed them money. a man is scheduled to return to court on monday including charges of murder. this 32-year-old appeared in san francisco superior court tuesday. he was hunting for victims last night. he gunned down 20-year-old
valdez at random, but the suspect's family say they're in disbelief. >> i do not believe it, you know. i don't see him. he go to school. >> this individual went out hunting that night? and unfortunately, this was the wrong place and at the wrong time. >> the charges include murder, assault with a firearm and an assault rifle which is illegal in california because of an altered hand grip and he's accused of holding a gun to a student and that person escaped and called police. >> a toddler was hit by a suv while chaseing a ball has died. she died thursday, she was being treated at oakland children's hospital. police say the toddler ran into the street after a ball when she was hit. the driver stopped and it appears to be at that tragic accident. police have identified the pedestrians who was the victim
of a deadly hit and run in atherton. he was found 200 yards around from his body. the atherton police department is asking for the public's help to find the driver responsible for his death. 16 million in damage is settlemented for the fire burning in yolo county. this sh in hay kingdom. the fire started thursday night and the cause is under investigation. the flames were fueled by 20,000 tons of hay and fueled by winds in yolo county. >> the size and the magnitude, you don't see it every day. >> they export hay to asia to feed dairy and beef cows.
there are hay stacks untouched by fire and the goal right now is to keep it that way. san francisco firefighters say this fire may take months before it goes out. it broke out on carol avenue. gas and heat demonstrated by the compost ignited the fire and old construction material is also fueling it. crews will stay on scene as long as the flames are smouldering. a group of volunteers will clean up a camp ground. it's located between the sign center and roberts park on skyline boulevard. it makes it available for anyone in the city serving children. the pastor of a church organized today's cleanup because the camp ground is run down due to lack of funding. a thousand children will get the chance to put their best foot forward. there will be a shoe give away at the oracle and coliseum.
they'll receive health care and vaccinations, organizations of the event have distributed 8,000 shoes and gift cards to low income students. time now is 7:37. it's cool outside, but rosemary is promising -- >> it's going to be articler and we're in for a nice day. if you liked yesterday you'll like today. it will be mild to warm, mostly sunny skies. we're looking at this last the entire day. clouds will come back in the forecast as early as sunset for most of us. it's a glorious start to the day, giving you a look to the east and southeast. just a few clouds drifting overhead, if we tack a look at storm tracker too, i'll show you where these clouds are rolling in from. we're catching the tail in. look at how impressive this system s this is bringing us the possibility of a few
scattered showers especially over the parts of the north bay. it won't happen today, but we turn cloudier and temperatures drop off and scattered showers falling over some areas. you can see washington and oregon getting scattered showers. we're dealing with pretty nice weather. we still have the sunny skies overhead. we'll continue to see that for today and our temperatures again rebound to be the 70s around the bay, low 80s for some of our warmer locations inland and along the coast mostly sunny skies for the pacific festival, the fall festival today. notice the low clouds, they begin to push back to the coast. so, by this evening we'll have this, mostly sunny elsewhere into the overnight hours, we begin to turn cloudier over the north bay. perhaps waking up in san jose, gray skies tomorrow morning and a, of course who the coastline.
look at the rain, it's moving into northern california. it stays there most of the day. notice the bay area didn't pick up anything, right here had the north edge of santa rosa, it's picking up a few scattered showers, we continue with this pattern. we have scattered showers over the north bay, down along the coastline and for monday afternoon more of the same, so a very slim chance for scattered showers for the central and south bay, a better chance here, we're looking from a tenth of an inch to quarter of an inch for parts of the north bay sunday night into monday night. right now, the big story, how chilly it is out there. 44 in fairfield, 44 in santa rosa, 50 degrees in san raphael, low 50s in antioch. the temperatures will be warming. we're talking about 80 degrees.
it's mid to upper 70s, oakland, 74 in oakland. low 80s for livermore, 79 in walnut creek. good looking and good feeling weather. san jose 80 degrees. 79 for sunnyvale. 80 degrees redwood city, mid to upper 60s along the coast for sunny skies. the extended forecast here, again clouds increasing as early as tomorrow morning. we have temperatures dropping off for the afternoon. coolest day will be monday, maybe a few scattered showers, we're drying out tuesday into wednesday. >> people in colorado are having trouble to find a new place to stay. a company called housing helpers have stepped trying to find places for people to rent. they said supply was down before the flooding began. some people can't afford the
rising cost of rent and do not want to commit to a long-term lease. >> it's been a challenge to find housing for these people because they're not sure how long they'll need a property for. >> some people have been staying in the hotel since the flooding but next weekend they'll be able to relocate again because all of those rooms were booked for the upcoming game. a judge lifted an injunction to preserve a program which provides rooms to families who lost everything in the storm. but, that program could end monday when the federal emergency management agency said it will stop reimbursing the city for the program. it's spent $70 million on housing evacuees. people housed by sandy said it could hamper recovery efforts. nature brought in the storm but humans could make the disaster
worse. while fema workers will stay on the job, they are still need for restoration and community development projects. >> why investigators say rescue efforts may have led to the death of some of the hostages. >> iphone software is getting criticism from users. some say it's literally making them sick. >> the bay -- bay bridge toll plaza, lots of events in the city. if you're headed in there, it looks like you'll get in there just fine. we'll keep an eye on the roads this morning. it's 7:43 on the clock. [ maragno ] if the car was invented today,
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welcome back, a live look at san francisco over the bay. it's a calm crisp start to the morning. temperatures raging from low 40s to low 50s. a period of -- a group of pink walking through san francisco. you're taking a live look at one of the rest stops, a quick stop for people in washington square park in the city's north beach area. it's the 11th and you'll walk out there. they have a ways to go. they have a marathon or a marathon and a half between for the mason and -- fort mason. there will be a wellness village. i can hear them cheering. that means they're coming close. it will be all set up to
support the walkers. the walk supports the search for a cure to breast cancer. they're drawing complaints at alamo square. that he drive by the victorian houses called the painted ladies. they're considering the ban on the buses to stop them traveling or traveling without stopping. this morning a high speed chase and deadly crash in the east bay remains under investigation. it happened outside the clayton regency trailer park on marsh creek road. deputies say the dispute went on for seven miles before the driver lost control and hit a tree. >> the driver was pronounced deceased at the scene, and two others were taken by helicopter to john myre medical center.
those two were in critical condition. it's not clear whether they'll face any charges. the driver's identity is being withheld until they notify their next of kin. the fire broke out in the basement of a three story home and it claimed three people. chloe authored-year-old died at the hospital and the grandmother passed away. the child's mother escaped with minor injuries. lightning sparked the fire which was fueled by monsoon storm winds. the death toll was the high first responder an us wildfire in the last half century. independent team from florida will turn in its review of fire
fighting procedures and logistics, but it will not assign blame. another earthquake has hit southwest pakistan after days a major earthquake killed 350 people there. the newest earthquake was a 6.8 magnitude which happened a few hours ago. on tuesday a larger 7.7 magnitude quake destroyed every mud and brick house in the area. today's quake was an after shock and more may come during the next few weeks. kenya's interior minister, authorities are detaining 18 in connection with be the terror attack as investigators searched through the debris to piece together what happened. security forces trying to end the attack may have killed some hostages. a three story hole at the mall may have been created by
aggressive troops. 200 are wounded and p 0 -- 70 are still missing. there are mixed reviews over the phone call from the iranian president. the 15 minute conversation was the first contact between the the two leaders in 34 years. president obama said there's a level of miss truck -- mistrust. it's a start to a deal around iran's decisions. they can bring relief from the international sanctions that are currently in place. the iranian officials shows the political might. and they're calling him the great satan and there's no reason for him to talk to him. mrs. obama is expected to
talk to nancy pelosi, there's a luncheon. the event is a fundraiser for the democratic congressional campaign committee. exxon has announced it's going to start offering benefits to some same sex couples in the united states. gay rights advocates have criticized the giant for unfriendly policies. exxon says it will offer health insurance to all of its employees who are legally married. a push by california to 2014, a new initiative has been given the go ahead for signature gathering. they have 150 days to collect nearly 505,000 signatures to place it on the 2014 ballot, they would de-- legalize recreational use of marijuana.
there's a huge rave going on in mountain view tonight. police are worried that they'll be using drugs. so, safety old figures are urging them to be safe. the beyond wonderland will be at the amphitheatre today and so-called party drugs. they're warning mixing drugs and alcohol. they are calling 911 if you need help. they can call twitter and instagram. >> you can get your flu shot and you don't have to get out of your car. they'll be holding a drive through flu clinic this morning. 2,000 people took advantage of the event. want flu season around the corner doctors are remembering everyone to get those shots. 5 to 25% of the us gets hit with the flu each year. there are reports that apple's latest operating system is making people sick.
the os7 has zooming and medication and they're giving people motion sickness. they're reporting vertigo like symptoms, no word if apple plans to make changes. new details on prince george's christening and who the god parents will be. why wal-mart won't sell this costume any more. >> temperatures falling into the low 40s in some places. we'll have a look at what you can expect today. a possibility of rain for some? i'll have more on that.
nfl player. they held a party in a former patriot player brian hal way. they put pictures on the teenagers, he took one person in as a homeless teenager. he's accused of organizing and promoting the party. christening day has been set for prince george. it will be at the palace, it's the same location where the body of princess diana was laid to rest. they're guessing who the good parents will be and it seems like harry and pippa will be the front runners. this is called the naughty leopard costume. after an uproar from pairs, they've decided to pull that
costume from store shelves. the name is suggestive and inappropriate for children. >> it's a cute costume but the name of it inappropriate. >> we apologize for anyone who was offended by the name of a costume. the costumes have been turning too sexy for children in the past few years. >> the theme park for this weekend, the park is going to transform into a haunted house, the source at night. find out how you can win a pair of tickets to the event. >> season -- halloween season it's here. this is the first full weekend of fall here. >> nothing scary about this forecast. we have another nice day to enjoy. tomorrow not too bad.
not as sunny or warm. i'll explain here on the screen. we have a ridge of high pressure in place today, but notice this system in the gulf of alaska. eventually that will be coming our way. it looks like over parts of the north bay perhaps a few scattered sprinkles as early as tomorrow and into the evening hours. it's a pattern that will last into your back to work monday. mild to warm weather, mostly sunny skies, mid to upper 70s inland, warming into the low 80s for some of those warmer locations. the extended forecast here, we begin dropping off tomorrow. the coolest day will be monday. we rebound tuesday and wednesday once the system moves off to the east. temperatures will begin to fall. the clouds will be with us tomorrow morning with the coast, if you're thinking of heading to the fall fest, go today if you like the sunshine. it's a chilly start today, 40s,
low 50s, get into the afternoon, we're feeling good. mostly sunny conditions, low to upper 60s, and low to mid-60s along the coast and mid-70s expected for our -- expected for inland and around the cities. a parade of pink is making it right now. >> and the battle over the president's health care law continues, a big meeting set on capitol hill this morning.
. if you're in san francisco, be prepared to see a lot of people dressed in pink. why 2,000 people are ready to start a 40-mile walk in the bay area. a confrontation between an officer and a man behind the wheel. a good mayor ton is stabbed while trying to help a stranger. what we're learning this morning about the attack. , good morning, welcome to mornings on two.
i'm claudine won. >> i'm mike, good morning rosemary. plenty of sunshine around the bay area this morning and we'll keep that sunshine for the afternoon. it's a chilly start out this. some of us are looking back into the 40s this morning. i'll have the current temperatures for you, as we get into the afternoon another rebound back to the 70s and 80s, a big change as early as tomorrow for some of us. we turn cloudier and cooler and for some of the possibility of rain. i'll have that futurecast model and a look at the temperatures coming up. happening now the 11 annual avon walk for breast cancer making its way through the streets of san francisco. thousands will walk from fort mason and this park where a camp site is waiting for them. we're joined live from along that route. >> reporter: we're at washington square park in the city's north beach neighborhood. there he is a crowd of volume
theory cheerleaders who are ready to encourage some of the people walking this 40-mile two- day walk, a marathon for some a half marathon for others. there are about five miles into the avon walk for breast cancer route. it's 26 miles today h people are crossing this street here. once they get some encouragement at the corner they'll stop and take a break and continue on their way. a host of 2,000 people, they started out at just before 7:00 this morning. it raised more than $4 million this weekend. that money will go towards breast cancer research and resources. >> early detection is what saved my life, and this particular walk goes for its early detection, mammography and so what a great way to give back. i want other women to survive
just like i did. >> there are a lot of personal stories of people who are involved in this race and the reasons they wanted to come out here. people from all 50 states, so come to the bay area to take part in this race. let's take a look at the route, they started at fort mason. they come here to washington state park. they get to cross the golden gate bridge into sausalito, then some of the participants who want to continue on, they'll mark 13 miles again tomorrow. it's a long weekend, back out here live, you can see they're wearing pink, they're excited and they have a lot of energy and camaraderie along the race route. we'll stick with themmage we'll check back with you in a half- hour. >> police say an oakland man jumped into action during a
scuffle between an officer and carjacking suspect and may have saved that officer from getting hurt. it started with the pursuit of a lexus last night. it was carjacked by a man armed with a gun. it was at east street and the driver tried to run and struggling with a police officer when a neighbor noticed that car was starting to roll. when the car was moving, that's when i started to worry p, you know one of them because he was just right this and the car was still moving. >> he was able to stop that car and prevent it from hitting anyone and he was able to stop the brake and arrest the driver. it appears the sixth person has been sickened by e-coli. the sixth suspected case after confirming five others earlier this week. the four children and two adults have recovered or are in the process of getting better. they're finding dna
fingerprinting on the bacteria to determine what strain it is. they get it usually from underpass tourized or under cooked meat. it is expected to hand out food to 70,000 servings of food. they can store dry and and deliver 15,000 pounds much food. there is free or reduced admission today at the smithsonian museum and other museums. you can find out which museums that are participating. there are several museums that plan to observe these events today. time now is 8:06, not a bad
day to go to a museum. >> not a bad day to do that or get outside or do whatever you want outside. what did you say take a picnic lunch. >> when you go to had the museum go outside and have lunch, you get the best of both words. >> i heard the museum, but i've never done that. >> rosemary save us. >> it all sounds good. bring water and sun block. we have mostly sunny skies. we're starting out mostly sunny. a bit nippy in some areas. maybe you're thinking about getting out for a run. it will be al crisp one in most cases, low 40s to low 50s around the bay area, a beautiful start over parts of the north bay. a few clouds drifting overhead today, we have a tail end of a system that is going to begin to clip us as early as tomorrow. let's he joy today, here is that storm. we again will catch just the
very edge here, you can see the edge and northern california you'll see quite a bit of rain down into the northern edge of sonoma county, you can see scattered showers as early as today t sunshine back in the 70s, 80s, along the coast, 60s with mostly sunny skies. just how chilly it is in some cases, 46 degrees right, now, in walnut creek. 46 in santa rosa, widespread 50s around the bay. half moon bay 48 degrees outside your door. we're seeing some of the chillier conditions, mid-40s, sebastopol. i'm already seeing temperatures creep up a little bit from where we started earlier this morning. we'll have it as we get into the second half. we'll be in the 60s for some you of us. if you go to see the giants game this afternoon, it will be beautiful out there.
partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. we'll have a light afternoon breeze. here's a look around for the second half of the day. 82 for nevada today, low 80s for napa. 73 for berkeley, 74 in, 76 for oakland. head into the east bay, temperatures are warm but not bad at all. 79 san jose, 82 degrees for morgan hill. santa cruz, beautiful spun any skies. there's your extended forecast. it will drive our temperatures down, the stormy pointed out a few minutes ago, it will bring us a slight possibility of scattered showers. i'll show you that futurecast model coming up. a good mayor tan in san francisco was stabbed while trying to protect a stranger t happened at 4:30 this morning
on golden gate. he was driving down golden day when he saw ten people beating up another person. he pulled over and tried to help and that's when a group started attacking him. >> he was trying to be a good samaritan and the group that was assaulting the original male then assaulted the good samaritan. police say the good samaritan is in his 30s, he was transported to the hospital with four knife rooms to his stomach. doctors were able to stabilize him. the attackers and first victim ran away when they came on the scene. a man has died after being hit on interstate 280. he reports that man was not in a car, but on foot. the car reportedly hit him on southbound 280. that man was in his 30s, his name was not released. we do not know why the man was walking along the interstate or if the driver involved will face any charges. a man accused of a fatal
stabbing is out of jail this morning. 21-year-old michael was released last night. prosecutors say he there's not enough evidence to charge him for the death of jonathan denver. investigators are saying they're reviewing montgomery's claim that he was assaulted during the stabbing last night. they say denver was a gentle person and he was the victim. >> they were going to get into their vehicle, a giants panel made and -- fan made a comment and comments were exchanged and an altercation probing out. >> they're asking anyone who witnessed or took pictures or videos of that fight to come forward. 42 recruits came out of the police academy, some say the officers may not be sticking around for long. >> and they are decide to raise concern about "obamacare,"
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it's a pretty start in san francisco this morning, mostly sunny skies and for the afternoon low 70s for downtown. now, to our continuing coverage of the potential government shutdown. there are two and a half days left of the morning shutdown. president obama says congress must pass a budget in the next
couple of days or risk crippling the economy. >> these republicans will have to decide to join the senate and keep the government open or hurt the economy while advancing their ideology agenda. >> he says it reduces insurance for most people. 6million will be able to buy coverage for $100 or less. >> millions of americans are hurting, millions of americans are struggling to find a job, they're being forced into part- time work and forced to have them in skyrocket. he's urging house markets not to compromise with the president. >> congressional republicans are meeting to talk about their
options. house speaker john boehner is hoping to reach a consensus. many fear that voters will blame republicans if there is a shutdown similar to what we had in '95 and '96. military employees would get ious and 71% employees would be furloughed and national park sites would be closed and a bigger impact would be see and the government could did into default. president obama is firing back at a new ad campaign targeting his health care plan. >> some of the tea party are funding a cynical ad campaign convincing young people in the to buy health care at all. >> those ads show the young man and woman out to a doctor for a
checkup. and it's uncle sam. they say don't let th government play doctor. >> that information is going to span from private information such as tax information and personal financial information, but it's also going to be health status pieces of information. >> there's speculation that the people funding the ads are billionaires. charles and david koch, the people who have posted the ads, it keeps the identity of donors confidential. the obama administration plans to put armed officers at school locations. that comes after the 26 people killed in connecticut. it will give $45 million to fund 356 officer positions.
new town will be given money to create two of those positions. some of the officers may not stay with the city for long after just graduating from the academy. they received their badges yesterday in a swearing in ceremony. they graduated yesterday morning. the poa is worried that they're looking for jobs elsewhere. >> a few of them are in backgrounds with other agencies. >> they make it professional and exciting for mow to go out there. >> they say graduates who are now in a final field training phase may go to tory departments because they might be turned off by san jose's pension and benefits package. two sides in the labor dispute will discuss work rules and safety. there's 12 days before the
cooling off period ends. they want to keep those trains running. they met 7:30 last night. they're fine apart on the main issues of salary and benefits. the golden state warriors have tree created a hurdle, and they want to build a bay area on the san francisco waterfront. governor brown signed a bill that clarifies the approval process of the project. a three person panel will have a say if it commies with strict rules for waterfront development. concession workers at the park, the workers demonstrated outside the ballpark. they are protesting a wage freeze and what they claim is limited access to health insurance. they're demanding job security from if the food service contractor. >> we have had a lot of actions
out here, we're going to continue to talk to the community and make sure folks know that if you care about workers bring your own food to the park. >> they're making a fair offer and saying the union is being uncooperative. tomorrow is the last giants game of the year. the union plans to be keep the pressure on during the off season. tickets, those are selling fast with the 8-2 win against seattle. the a's secure the home field. yesterday only a thousand seats were left for game 3. they're all up in the third deck. the a's have a shot at getting the best overall record in the league currently lit held by boston. here's the schedule for the oakland a's, we don't know what time those games will be, but game 1 and 2 will be played saturday and sunday at home. game 5 will be played in
oakland if necessary. we're going to ending morning on 2 a half-hour this morning, stay tuned for coverage of the cleveland evenings of the minnesota twins. that starts at 9:30. >> three swimmers take on the challenge of swimming in the bay as they take on the invitational. cool temperatures are slowly warming. i'll have what you expect for saturday and in the extended forecast, the possibility of rain, i'll show you that coming up. blah perhaps
difference through acts of congress and here rhythm. this man stopped a robber on bart while on his way to get a marriage license with his fiancee. also honored was a woman who collects clothes fore teenagers. we listed them and their achievements under ktvu.com under web links. >> let's check in with rosemary to see how we are. we've got nice weather in store for saturday afternoon. florida gets cool, it's the perfect kind of weather, it feels good for. we've got temperatures in the mid to upper whos, a few low to mid-50s out there. meanwhile mostly sunny skies we have a possibility of rain coming up. bear with me, i have want to show you what happens over the next few days. here we are picking it up this morning, by tonight, sun sets just before 7:00 and notice we
have low clouds here, banged up along the coastline as we get into the overnight hours, tomorrow morning, we now, have some over parts of the north bay. we have scattered showers there, over northern california as we run over the entire sunday, not a lot of rain falling over the bay area unless you're right here over the northern edge of the sonoma conclude. it's pretty many where it stays. sonoma county. it's pet much where we are. whoever gets that rain, chances are it will stay north of the golden gate and the amounts will be light. a tenth of that inch to a quarter of an inch. that could change over the course of the next day or so. the extended forecast here, some nice sunny mild to warm today. temperatures begin to fall off.
the coolest day is rebounding, i'll have a detailed look at your current temperatures coming up. three visually impaired swimmers are going to take on the waters of san francisco as they swim in the invitational tomorrow. these three are members of the members of the first blind team to take part in the event. they'll have sighted guides to help them with the swim. >> i need direction, keeping a straight line. >> they're no strangers to grand adventures. two climbed mount kilimanjaro two years ago. they are trying to raise awareness for mind children. a man was released from jail, the latest comment from
city. we're joined live from the parade, walk around, i should say. [ cheering ] >> reporter: we're on route. we're two hours into this. we're starting to see people make their way down into columbus street. a lot of people are wearing pink. people who take part in this get together in their teams and they're able to fund raise more money that way. these ladies, walking by, they're soul mates, they're being greeted by cheerleaders along the way. they have a long walk ahead of them. 26 today and some will walk another 13 miles tomorrow. they're encouraging people to keep going. you can see they're walking down this way. they go over to this water stop and rest station over here to
get rehydrated. two00,people have -- 2,000 people got an early start this morning. they started their walk 7:00 this morning. they have personal reasons for getting involved. >> this walk is always in memory for my mom, who i love and miss, but walking for her, the fourth year and i plan on continuing to do it. >> here's a look at the route people are going to be walking. fort mason, they get to walk across the golden gate bridge and some people will continue to walk again tomorrow another 13 miles. they will get a lot of rest tonight and bonding time at that camp site. that's one of the favorite things about this event getting to meet and talk to other
people and share their similar experiences. the avon walk is one of 8 that happens across the country. people talking -- taking part in this walk, they've raised a combined $4 million. that money will go towards breast cancer research and organizers, and the bulk of that money will go to help people in the bay area. a lot of money raised and emotions for the people taking part in this two-day event. live in san francisco, ktvu news. >> a group of volunteers will clean up a camp ground run by the oakland police department. it's in roberts park and skyline boulevard. the police department makes it available to anyone in the city serving children. a pastorate a church organized today's cleanup because the camp ground is run down due to lack of funding. >> a bill stopping if the
dumping of mattresses is signed into law. they'll recycle old or unwanted mattresses. that will be added to the cost of a new mattress. retailers are required to remove old mattresses at no extra cost while delivering a new one. $6 million in damage from a hay fire, it's at a company hay company that is off highway 505 in the city of winters. it started on thursday night. the cause is still under investigation. but, those flames are being fueled by 20,000 tons of hay and they're being fanned by red flag winds that whipped through yellow county. all they can to is contain it and let it burn. it's one of those fires that, just the size and the magnitude, you don't see it testify day. hey kingdom is a family
business and they export to arab to feed dairy and feed cows. there are hay stacks untouched by the fire and the goal is to keep it that way. a company called housing helpers has stepped up to try to find places for people to rent in colorado, supply was down before the flooding began. some people can't afford the rising cost of rent or don't want to commit to a long-term lease. >> it's been a challenge because some of these people are not sure how long they'll need a property for. >> some people have been staying in a hotel since flooding but next weekend they'll be able to relocate again. all of the rooms prosecutor booked for the upcoming state game. let's check in with our forecast for today.
temperatures are mild to warm. we're talking 70s to low 80s for our inland locations along the coast, mid to upper 60s, and a live look there at mount diablo. we have clouds drifting over a tail end of a system that will go south and will bring us a few scattered showers. let me show you that system. you can see the energy in the gulf of alaska. take a look at all this rain following over areas of washington and oregon. it's moving into california later today and tonight. it will take a while before it gets to the north bay. the north bay is where we'll see the best chance of showers for tomorrow night. for today we're mostly sunny and we're looking at temperatures that are quite nice in most cases. we have sunshine even along the coastline. by tonight the low clouds will begin to fill in along the coast and by tomorrow morning,
we'll have them over the north bay, more on that coming up. 52 degrees in concord. 58 in oakland, low 50s, in areas right around napa, nevada, santa rosa, and 57sfo, 49 low park, 54 degrees in palo alto. those temperatures are cool, it feels a little chilly out there right now. by the afternoon, take a look at these numbers, low 80s in the forecast, napa santa rosa, 73 sausalito. a good looking day, low 80s for danville, livermore, 76 in oakland, 75 for hayward, 79 for santa -- san jose. check out santa cruz, 82 expected for you along the peninsula for the afternoon,
redwood city has a sales a festival going on. you're looking -- salsa festival going on. 67 at half moon bay. your temperatures will be falling off. today is the warmest day, we begin to cool a bit tomorrow, still feeling nice, 70s in the forecast around the bay, 60s at the coast, but we'll have more clouds and then by evening we'll have a possibility of few scattered showers, pattern sticks around for monday. we turn mostly sunny and temperatures begin to rebound on tuesday. i'll have if the futurecast model, i'll show you where we can see the possibility of rain coming our way coming up. >> the man arrested in connection tonight stabbing death in san francisco is no longer in custody. the 21-year-old suspect was released last night. there's insufficient evidence to charge him for the death of jonathan denver.
we asked the general manager sullivan about the violence. >> it's sheikening, i have six boys of my own and some of them are in their mid-20s, i can't understand how a sporting event aside, how society has got ten like this. >> denver who lived in fort bragg went to at&t who went to the 49th day of his father, they are investigating montgomery's claim that the stabbing was in self-defense. this man fired his gun at two men who tried to rob him in san francisco. a man suffering from a gunshot wound was driven to san francisco general in his audi. the confrontation took place on third and lasalle at 8:00 last
night. the armed men were trying to rob a kron4 reporter when they opened fire. the news crew was not hurt. a man's body was found off pier 14 in san francisco. they held a candlelight vigil to find out answers to his death. he was killed september ninth. his body was found in the bay. he lived in san francisco and burkely. a man accused of killing a san francisco state student is scheduled to go back to court on wednesday including charges of murder. this 30-year-old appeared in san francisco superior court yesterday. prosecutors say he was hunting for victims last monday night. he stepped off the train and gunned down this 20-year-old valdez at random. >> i don't believe, i don't
know. >> this individual went out hunting last night and unfortunately, he was at the wrong place at the wrong time. >> the charges include murder, assault with a firearm and also an illegal assault weapon because it has an altered hand. >> what is being said by the country's military in kenya. >> new criticism with apple os, operating system. how their stomaches cannot handle the upgrade. for all those who sleep too hot or too cool,
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. starting with a sweeping view over the bay, we have mild weather in the forecast for your afternoon. >> 300 people who were displaced following superstorm sandy will be forced to leave the hotels therm staying in. the judge lift add program, and it could end on monday when the federal emergency management agency said it will stop reimbursing for the program. it has cost 70 million. a shutdown could seriously
hamper efforts. humans could make that disaster worse. distributing relief funds will stay on the job. there won't be anyone overseeing restoration and community development projects. if you're planning to travel this holiday season, you have a few more weeks to buy airline tickets before prices take off. the fares went up 1%, and price force travel around the new year jumped 25%. >> there are fewer seats in the air and there is more demand. so the economy has picked up. there's more people who want to travel. it's one of the busiest times of the year. if you haven't looked, i suggest you get going. if you are traveling for thanksgiving, experts say to avoid the wednesday and sunday around the holiday and then for christmas, the best departure
dates for saving money are monday and tuesday. two options are being proposed for dealing with tour buses for complaints in alamo square, they drive by the favorite houses called the paint the ladies, victorian houses. they're discussing whether to allow them to go past them and stop, they may have to go and keep going without stopping. they're moving one step chose tory reality. a new voter initiative has been given the go ahead for signature gathering. they can catch 505,000 signatures to place it on the 2014 ballot. it would decriminal lies the sale, possession and growing of
marijuana. the deadly house fire in san francisco we told you about yesterday morning has claimed three members of the same family. that fire startrd in the b near pohheko. his daughter and the grandmother were found on the floor. we got word that her grandfather had also died. the child's mother was on the second floor. she escaped with minor injuries. the who are risk car crash in san francisco that killed a 16- year-old.is leaving many questions unanswered. kevin sam, a junior at lincoln high school was riding behind his mother in a gold mini van slammed right into them, a catering truck in right there. the 58-year-old driver was taken into question, there was no sign she had been driving under the influence.
we ask if there may have been a mechanical problem with the mercedes. >> the vehicles were so mangled if you will, the examination couldn't be done, certainly not in this quick a time. investigators say the mercedes driver faces one count of vehicular manslaughter. as to the other victims sam's mother and 17-year-old sister is in critical condition in san francisco general. the sister is expected to survive. another strong earthquake has hit southwest pakistan days after the earthquake killed 600. this one was 6.8 magnitude which hit a few hours ago. we don't have any report of casualties. on tuesday a 7.7 destroyed every mud and brick house in that area. today's quake was an after shock and more may come over
the next few weeks. >> kenya's authorities may have to search the did he pri to piece together what happened. security forces are were trying to end the attack and that may have mistakenly killed who is tanks. they had overly aggressive people. there are mixed feelings of president obama historic call to its leader. hassan rouhani got a call from president obama yesterday. he it was a 15-minute long conversation, and it was the first contact in 34 years. there's still a level of mistrust but it is a starting point to a deal around iran's
nuclear ambitions. >> it will be trust, and talks for transparent and meaningful transactions. >> the phone call shows iran's political might however hard liners are calling president obama the great is a tan and there's no reason for rue happy to talk to him. >> they're -- rouhani to talk to him. michelle obama is meeting with others to have a fund raise everier. there's reports that the operating system of apple iphone is making people sick. they are getting vertigo like symptoms. no plan on whether there will
be changes. what's next for the royal family and the bets already being made. >> last week it was miley cyrus and this week it's the naughty leopard, more on the latest controversy hitting store shelves. >> i'll have a weather forecast for your saturday. i'll show you a few scattered showers and where coming up. ♪ ♪ so, what do you say? thanks... but i think i got this. ♪ [ male announcer ] the all-new cla. starting at $29,900.
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. bears are off today for their season. cal leads the all time series, the deduction have won the last four meetings with the bears. a storm is scheduled to move in just in time for kick off. cardinals heading for the pacific northwest. in last meeting with the cougars, the cardinals had a loss for the 24-17 victory. kick offset for 7:00. there's another step forward in his recovery following a concussion in monday night's game. he was injured after hitting helmets with a linebacker. he's making progress, a lot of progress and could fly in for tomorrow's game against washington. he has passed all the concussion protocol tests required by the nfl. he's going to take an additional test today as a
precaution. now, global basketball competition on alcatraz. it's the first sport event since its closure and the fourth in history. red bull is hosting the competition. it's going to feature 64 finalists from 24 different countries. the competition is a series on 1-1 games, and players have taken home the title. a christening date has been set for prince george. it will be on october 23rd. it's the same location where princess diana is laid to rest for a week following her death. prince harry and pippa middleton are the front runners. this is called the naughty leopard costume for kids.
it was being sold and they've pulled the costume from its store shelves. it's not the costume it's the name that is suggestive and inappropriate for children. >> the outfit is queue cute, but naughty leopard doesn't sound like something a kid should be wearing. >> it issued a statement, it was never our intention to offend anyone. we apologize who may have benefited from the -- been offended by the costume. >> rosemary how are the temperatures doing this morning. >> it's climbing in the 40s, we have a few trailing behind. i want to show you today and i want to push you all the way into monday, let's start with this morning. mostly clear skies by about sunset. we have clouds approaching the coast and by tomorrow morning, notice that rain moving over and through northern california all the way down to the
northern edge of sonoma county. this is tomorrow morning, so today we have sunny skies, mild to warm weather. we have changes in store and it's something that will last all of sunday. notice we didn't have rainfall in the poreses of south bay. in the northern half of the bay area. a possibility of a few scattered showers arriving sunday afternoon. here we are monday morning and it's still with us. you can see it begins to slow slide down into the coastline. it clears out monday and the amounts that fall can be light. it may be a tenth of an inch to a quarter of an inch. we're tracking it for you, we're a day out and that could change a bit. your extended forecast, today will be had the warmest day of the week. low 80s, mid-70s along the bay. upper 60s along the coast. a cool start mid-40s to 50s, we're beginning to see those
temperatures change and i think by 10 chock, 60s in the forecast. then for the lunch hour, low to mid-60s for the coast. and mid-70s inland for your lunch time. tomorrow those temperatures begin to fall off, the clouds increase the possibility of a few showers, lasting into monday, we're warming up on tuesday, back to you. >> time for october baseball in the bay area, the advantage the oakland a's have and why fans need to act fast if they want tickets to the game. >> if you're looking to get into the halloween spirit, you're going to be find out how to win tickets to the freight american contact.
. why the man accused in a death at a dodger games is free on bail. >> and saving an officer in trouble. . >> thousands of people in san francisco are walking through city streets, dressed up in pink. we'll tell you what the color stands for and how this event will help people right here in the bay area.
. good morning. a nice weekend shaping up for you. rosemary, watching it all for us. hey, rosemary. >> we have another nice day in store for your afternoon. mostly sunny, mild and warm. we slipped into the 40s we slept in some places, but now beginning to see temperatures warm up. i'll have a look at afternoon highs and in the extended forecast, the possibility of a few scattered showers. more on that, coming up. well, happening now, a parade of pink, making its way through san francisco. it is all part of the annual avon walk for breast cancer. ktvu's allie rasmus joins us live from san francisco, with a nice little crowd out there. >> reporter: washington square park, two hours into the walk, and most of the people are making their way down columbus street. most of the participants have now made their way to this station and they are being greeted by some of the
volunteer cheerleaders out here. you can see them waving their flags, encouraging people along the way. once people reach this point, they come out here to take a break, take a breather, take pictures, get some water, get a few snacks, then they continue their way down the route. now, 2000 people have signed up for the avon walk for breast cancer here in the bay area, and they have been, so far, they have raised $4 million this weekend. fund-raising efforts, that money, according to organizers will go towards breast cancer research and resources for people in need. >> the majority of the money that is raised here this weekend will stay in the bay area, which is really nice for people to know the money they worked so hard to raise is having an effect in their own community. >> reporter: now, the program director here says every three minutes, someone in the u.s. is diagnosed with breast cancer. we talked to many people who are personally involved in this issue. they say they were very motivated to get involved in this walk. >> it's definitely a good
chance for me to reflect upon my mom. that's the main reason i do it. i think it's important for people to be aware of breast cancer, to support causes that they believe in. >> reporter: now, once they reach this point at washington square park, people go on to lafayette, golden gate bridge, heading into sausalito, and then they set up camp for the night. it's 26 miles today, a full marathon length today. some people will be continuing to walk again tomorrow, another 13 miles. so it's a long weekend for the people involved, but everyone here says there's a lot of excitement, lot of energy, and a lot of passion for this cause. people are obviously very excited, very happy to be here. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2news. new this morning, san francisco police have just updated us on the stabbing of a good samaritan. it happened about 4:30 this morning at hyde and golden gate, near san francisco's city hall. officers say the good samaritan
was driving down golden gate, when he saw a group of people beating up another person. he pulled over and tried to help, but then the group started attacking him. they also vandalized his car. we're told they slashed his tires. the victim was rushed to the hospital, with four knife wounds to his stomach, but is expected to survive. both attackers and the first victim ran away before officers arrived on scene. well, the man accused in the fatal stabbing of a dodgers fan near at&t park is out of jail this morning. 21-year-old michael montgomery of lodi was released last night. prosecuters say there's not enough evidence to charge him for the death of 24-year-old jonathan denver. investigators say they are reviewing montgomery's claim that he was assaulted during the altercation wednesday night and that the stabbing was in self-defense. but denver's family says he was a gentle person and claimed he was the victim. >> none of them were fighters. they were going to get into their vehicle. a giants fan made a comment.
comments were exchanged and an altercation broke out. >> investigators are asking anyone who may have witnessed or took pictures or video of the fight to come forward. a toddler who was hit by an suv while chasing after a ball in pittsburgh has died. the family of 2-year-old amanda donald says she died on thursday. she was being treated at oakland children's hospital. police say the toddler ran into the street after a ball monday, when she was hit. officers say the driver stopped and it appears to just be a tragic accident. well, police have identified the pedestrian who was the victim of a deadly hit and run crash in atherton, identified as 60-year-old jeffrey alan seamon. his shoe was found 200 yards away from his body near middlefield road. the police department is asking for the public's help to find the driver responsible for his death. police say an oakland man jumped into action during a scuffle between an officer and a car jacking suspect and may have saved that officer from getting hurt. it all started with the pursuit
of a lexus last night. police say it had been carjacked by a man believed to be armed with a gun. the car crashed at east 28th street and 19th avenue. the driver tried to run and was struggling with an officer when a neighbor noticed the car was starting to roll. >> when the car was moving, that's when i started to worry about. one of them, you know, because he was just right there and the car was still moving. >> well, he stopped the car to prevent it from hitting anyone. the officer was able to set the brake and arrest the driver along with one of the driver's passengers. happening today, a huge raid is planned in mountain view. police say they do expect that a lot of young people going will be using drugs and say all they can really do is urge them to be safe. the beyond wonderland electronic dance music festival will be held at the shoreline amphitheater today and tomorrow. police expect so-called party drugs, such as mdma will be among party goers and will be used. they are warning people the
dangers of mixing drugs with alcohol. they are also advising people not to hesitate to call 911 if they need help. people can even contact police through twitter and instagram, by using the #mvpd. it appears a sixth person has been sickened by e. coli in marin county. health officials announced the sixth suspected case yesterday, after confirming five others earlier this week. the four children and two adults have either recovered or are in the process of getting better. scientists are performing dna finger printing on the bacteria to determine the strain. e. coli infections usually happen after people eat unpasteurized dairy products or undercooked meat. there are only 12 days left before the cooling-off period ends on october 10th for bart talks. both bart and the union say they do want to keep trains running and they were meeting until 7:30 last night. but they also say they are still far apart on the main
issues of salary and benefits. starting with a live look over jack london square -- i should say over the oakland estuary. jack london square, next door, the eat real festival going on this weekend. apparently a pretty good time with some good food. outside our doors, plenty of sunshine, a beautiful day in store. temperatures, a lot like yesterday, but i have to point to you storm tracker 2 and a pretty, pretty impressive storm you can see here spinning in the gulf of alaska, spending rain over areas of washington, oregon, eventually sliding south and by tomorrow night, sliding far enough south to maybe bring us a few scattered showers over parts of the north bay. this will hold off until sunday night, perhaps into monday. for today, we are mostly sunny, a few high clouds drifting in, just the tail edge of this system bringing a few high clouds. outside of that, we have light winds, temperatures in the 70s
to low 80s for inland cities. along the coastline, mostly sunny. this morning, temperatures are beginning to rebound. 62 in fairfield right now. starting in the 40s earlier this morning, fairfield. you're looking good if you're stepping outside right now. 55 in santa rosa. mid-50s in movado. half moon bay, a very chilly start. upper 50s, low 60s around the bay. temperatures, again, beginning to feel more comfortable and by 10:00, 11:00, even into the noon hour, going to feel quite nice. 56 san ramon, 53 in pleasanton. shifting a bit, you can see a cool start in areas around lafayette, orinda, low 50s outside your door. 50 degrees lafayette. if you're going to see the giants play this afternoon, nice day. 1:05 game time. 70 degrees, light winds under partly cloudy to mostly sunny conditions. around the bay area for your afternoon, 81 in santa rosa, 83 for napa, 80 degrees san
rafael. 74 downtown san francisco today. 73 in berkeley. 76 in oakland. low 80s for the inland cities, right around brentwood, antioch, concord, livermore, 82 for today. 79 in san jose. the extended forecast here, temperatures begin to drop off tomorrow and increasing clouds. i think we'll wake up with clouds along the coast, over parts of the north bay. by sunday night into monday, few scattered showers over parts of the north bay. models want to keep it right over the north bay perhaps along the coastline for monday. we'll be tracking it between now and then. amounts are going to be light, maybe a quarter inch. sunday, temperatures warming back up to the upper 70s, 60s at the coast. i'll have a look at lunchtime numbers, coming up. keeping students safe. how the obama administration plans to add and pay for security at hundreds of schools
across the country. >> and the clock is ticking in the fiscal year. a crucial meeting taking place this morning and the impacts of a possible government shutdown. >> and let's give you a live look outside. there is the san mateo bridge. you often fly right over it. one of those crystal clear skies in san francisco. time now, 9:10, coming up on 9:11. are you watching mornings on 2.
. welcome back. a live look over the bay this morning. mostly sunny skies. current temperatures from the mid-50s to low 60s. new this morning, another very strong earthquake has hit southwest pakistan, days after a major quake killed more than 350 people. the u.s. geological survey says this newest quake was a 6.8 magnitude and it hit just a few hours ago. we do not at this point have any reports of casualties. but on tuesday, the larger 7.7 magnitude quake destroyed almost every mud and brick house in that area. experts say today's quake was an after-shock and say more may come over the next few weeks. in this morning's weekly address, president obama says congress must pass a budget by monday night or risk crippling part of the nation's economy. >> in the next couple of days,
these republicans will have to decide whether to join the senate and keep the government open or create a crisis that will hurt people for the sole purpose of advancing their ideological agenda. >> yesterday, the democratic- controlled senate passed a temporary spending measure that would keep all government agencies running, while setting aside money for the affordable care act. president obama says it reduces costs for most people. he says nearly six in 10 uninsured americans will be able to buy coverage for $100 or less. in contra costa county, the affordable care act call center is preparing for about 4000 calls a day starting tuesday, when enrollment is set to begin. according to covered california, about 4 million people are eligible for obama care in california. about 400,000 of them live right here in the bay area. texas senator ted cruz, who launched the infamous 21-hour filibuster this week, is urging house members not to compromise with the president. >> obama care's the biggest job killer in this country.
millions of americans are hurting. millions of americans are struggling to find a job, being forced into part-time work or seeing their health insurance premiums sky rocket. >> we just received new video into our newsroom of house speaker john boehner arriving on capitol hill this morning. he is convening a special saturday meeting at this hour, with republicans to discuss their options. the house will reportedly vote later today on a plan to fund the government. but if no agreement is reached and there is a shutdown, men and women in the military would be paid with iou's. members of congress, however, would still get their paychecks. 41% of federal employees would be furloughed. all national park service sites would be closed. the bigger impact would come october 17th, if the debt ceiling is not raised, the government would then go into default. the obama administration plans to spend millions of dollars to get armed officers into schools across the nation. that decision comes in the wake of last year's deadly shooting masacre in newtown,
connecticut, which killed 26 people, 20 of them children. the department of justice says it will give nearly $45 million to fund 356 new school officer positions. newtown is going to be given money to fund two of those positions. critics of the san jose police department say the 40 new recruits who just graduated from the police academy may not stay with the city for long. ♪ >> 40 san jose police recruits and one officer from los gatos police department received their badges yesterday in a swearing-in ceremony. they graduated after six months of training, but the president of the poa is worried that those officers may soon be looking for jobs in other departments because they might be turned off by san jose's pension and benefits package. the horrific car crash that san francisco that killed a 16- year-old boy leaves many questions unanswered. kevin sand, a junior at lincoln high school, was riding in a gold mini van when a silver mercedes suv slammed right into them, his family in the car, a
catering truck, and a parked car yesterday morning. sand died at the scene. his mother and sister were seriously injured. witnesses say the mercedes was speeding at the time of the accident. the 58-year-old driver was taken into custody and questioned. investigators say she faces at least one count of vehicular manslaughter. owners of a san jose bar are stepping up security after two female customers were slipped a date rape drug, then sexually assaulted. both women were in the nicoll rose lounge in the downtown area different nights this month. according to police, the next thing women remember was waking up the next day, one in her bed, the other in a hotel room. police say they had been sexually assaulted, apparently by someone who had slipped a powerful sedative right into their drinks, but went unnoticed in the crowd. >> i don't think it takes a lot. you know how you sit together in a bar somewhere. somebody could drop it off, or hey, let me buy you a drink,
dump it in there. >> the owners of the small lounge plan to install a dozen surveillance cameras this weekend. they are also instructing staff and customers to keep a close eye on drinks. the nickel rose is popular with students from nearby dominican college. in about 40 minutes from now, a report is going to be released, examining the wildfire that killed 19 firefighters in arizona in june. lightning sparked that fire, which was then fueled by monsoon storm winds. the death toll was the highest from a u.s. wildfire in at least half a century. an independent team from florida is going to turn in its review of fire fighting procedures, communications and logistics, but officials say it will not assign blame. at least $6 million in damage. that is the early estimate from a massive hay fire still burning this morning in yolo county. the fire started thursday night at a hay exporting company, called hay kingdom, in the city of winters. the flames were fueled by as much as 20,000 tons of hay and
fanned by red flag winds that whipped through yolo county. the company exports hay, primarily to asia to feed dairy and beef cows. san francisco firefighters say a compost fire near candlestick park may take months before it burns out. the fire broke out yesterday on carroll avenue near engel street. firefighters say gas and heat generated from the compost ignited the fire. crews are going to stay on scene for as long as those flames are smoldering. we are following some breaking news in the south bay. chp issued a severe traffic alert on southbound interstate 680 near east capital expressway in san jose. it is due to an injury accident. chp says right and center lanes are. people are being urged at this hour to use alternative routes. the golden state warriors have cleared a major hurdle in their attempt to move across the bay. the team wants to build a new arena on san francisco's waterfront at piers 30 and 32, next to the bay bridge.
yesterday, governor brown signed a bill that clarifies the approval process for the project. a three-person panel will have the final say on whether the project complies with strict rules for waterfront development. giants fans are being asked to support another team's concession workers at at&t ball park. the workers demonstrated outside the ball park last night, saying they are protesting a wage freeze and what they claimed is limited access to health insurance as well. they are also demanding job security from the giants' foodservice contractors center plate. the company says it is making a fair offer and that the union is being uncooperative. the oakland a's have grabbed homefield advantage in the first round of the playoffs and tickets are selling fast. grab them when you can. with the 8-2 win against seattle last night, the a's did secure homefield in the division series and as of yesterday, only about a thousand seats were left for game 1. those will go fast.
guess what, they are all up there in that third deck. the a's still have a shot at grabbing the best overall record in the american league, currently held by boston. oakland holds the tie-breaker with the red sox. here's a look at the division series schedule for the oakland a's. we do not know who they will play or what time the games will be, but we do know game 1 and game 2 are going to be played next friday and saturday, here at home. game 5 will also be played in oakland, if necessary. since 2010, october baseball is becoming common in the bay area. good luck to the a's, as the playoffs approach. speaking of tickets, if you want tickets to the a's, you sonal have a few hundred left. a halloween scare in the south bay. coming up in four minutes, how you could win a pair of tickets to the halloween haunt at great america. >> following a chilly start, our temperatures are turning around. i'll have a weather time line for your saturday and in the extended forecast, tracking the possibility of some rain. more on that, coming up. [ male announcer ] with at&t,
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. three visually impaired swimmers are going to tackle the waters of san francisco. they are from arizona, but here to swim in the annual alcatraz invitational tomorrow. 17-year-old max ashton, 19-year- old katie tuffy, and tanner robertson, all members of the first blind team to compete in the event. they are going to have sighted guides that will help them tackle the challenges of swimming without vision. >> it's kind of adding a little bit more uncertainty, like how far do i have left to go, how far have i gone. >> keeping direction, keeping a straight line. >> ashton and robinson are no strangers to grand adventures. the two climbed kilimanjaro a few years ago. they are trying to raise money and awareness for the california blind children. the cal bears go on the road this weekend. coming off a bye week, the bears will take on the oregon ducks. kickoff set for 7:30 tonight. while cal leads the all-time series, the ducks have won the
last four meetings against cal. a storm is scheduled to move in tonight, just in time for kickoff. stanford cardinal, also in the pacific northwest this weekend, kicking off against washington state tonight. last year's meeting with the cougars, cardinal recorded a school record 10 sacks and 15 tackles for a loss on the way to the 24-17 victory. kickoff there is set for 7:00. a deal between the giants and right fielder hunter pence could be announced soon. pence said the two sides could reach an agreement by tomorrow's game, which is the last game of the season for the giants. pence will be a free agent at the end of the season, but both he and the giants say they hope he will stay with the team. the two sides have been negotiating now for several weeks. pence is reportedly seeking a long-term deal, similar to the five-year, $85 million deal that andre ethier signed with the dodgers last year. yesterday, he won the willie mack award, given annually to the most inspirational player on the team. it is time for our ticket saturday. today, you do have a chance to win a pair of tickets to great america's halloween haunt.
it is taking place every friday through sunday until october 27th. it includes haunted mazes, themed scare zones, and halloween shows. for your chance to win, go to ktvu.com before midnight and put in the secret word. easy to remember. there it is on the screen, "spooky. 9:26. we want to update you on the accident at 680 southbound, north of kung down in the san jose area. suv in an accident. happened just before 9:00. five minutes ago, an alert has been issued, going to take at least half an hour to get the area cleared. avoid it if you can. let's check in with rosemary for one last check of the forecast for the day. >> a pretty day. sun is pouring into our windows at home. it's a chilly start and we will begin to see temperatures, already seeing temperatures turn around. still, 50s along the coast. 50s in the north bay. in and around our inland communities, around the bay area, we've got temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. by lunchtime, the shade of
yellow indicating low 70s to mid-70s for you. shades of green, mid-60s. that's your lunch hour. here into the afternoon, we're looking at low 80s for antioch. 76 in oakland. 66 with mostly sunny skies in pacifica. the extended forecast, dropping off with our temperatures tomorrow, increasing clouds, and a slight chance for a few scattered showers sunday into monday. >> thank you, rosemary. that is our report for this morning. we appreciate you making ktvu your choice for news. >> we'll have more on the avon breast cancer walk coming up on our next newscast at 7:30. thank you for joining us. have a great saturday. enjoy the baseball game.