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hurricane joaquin battering the bahamas and now the threat that the east coast faces on mornings on 2. good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2t is saturday october 3rd. let's get over to a quick check on your week forecast. a little windy out there this morning. yes, and the winds are going to pick up.
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for your weekend, the wind are picking up. and a red flag warning picking up this afternoon and lasting into tomorrow morning and i'll explain in a moment. let's step outside and take a look. the sun is up and a little fog out there this morning and mostly clear skies for the inlet communities. a beautiful start where the winds are in the hills. so many of us not feeling it just yet and that is where the red flag warning will be for later this afternoon into sunday morning. take a look at your temperatures, a cool start in some spots. 47 outside your door. 49 in napa. and a lot of 50s to start the day and 57 in san francisco. 55 in livermore and 58 in fairfield and into the south bay. san jose 55. we have mostly clear skies in store for today and this morning weak up with the fog along the coastline. you see the areas from ocean beach to pacifica and santa crews. but the rest of us waking up to
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blue sky and we'll have sunny conditions and a temperatures a little cooler this system is a little tough to see. but it will be dropping into california and it will bring us some wind. and because of this path, it will not bring us a lot of moisture. we'll have a slight chance of a few scattered showers late tonight into tomorrow morning. but the bigger story will be the wind. it will pick up a little later today. here are the numbers for the afternoon. low 60s for pacifica and low 70s in hayward and 80 for the warmer spots like livermore. more on the red flag warnings and the winds coming up. the developing story, the mass shooting at umpqua community college in oregon, five of the nine people hurt in the attack remain in the hospital. they range in critical to
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stable but they are all expected to survive. and the sheriff said that he will not use the remember of the gunman. he wants to people to remain the names and the faces of the people killed in the shooting. >> here are the victims. quinn cooper of roseberg, 18 years old. >> nine people died in the shootings. eight students and one teacher. and the students ranged in age from 18 to 59 years old and some recently graduated from high school and others were looking for a new start in life. >> that morning he was happy and carefree and i love you mom, see you later. and he never came home and he never will again. >> tonya angel's son was taking
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classes after getting sober in a salvation rehab program. he would have turned 34 next week. >> we honor the lives lost at umpqua community college best by remember what it means to be a carrying community and take the time to truly connect to the people around us. >> this morning investigators are still looking for a motive to the attack. and the gunman did hand over a flash drive and hate-filled manifesto a person at the school before opening fire. authorities are trying to figure out what set off that shooter. he was a student at umpqua community college. >> first person he killed was his english instructor. they recovered six guns at school and 7 at home. all were legally obtained by him or family leader.
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>> and president obama is frustrated that congress has not approved new gun control laws. but he is promising not to give up. >> i'm going to talk about this on a regular basis. and i will politicalize it. our inaction is a political decision that we are making. >> he has ordered flags flown at half-staff till tuesday in honor of the nine people killed. the story a student that risked his life to save others. hear from a proud aunt and people nationwide are coming to his aid. and let's head to the east coast and the severe weather headed that way. people are bracing for hurricane joaquin. it is moving quickly to the carolinas and the mid-alantic. it has hurricane joaquin missing the shoreline. >> but several states are not
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taking any chances. >> they will get heavy rainfall from this mid-latitude system in the southeast. some areas getting very heavy rainfall. >> roads closed in many of the areas and the flooding could reach record levels in the carolinas. flood warnings in effect from florida to connecticut. near the bahamas a u.s. cargo ship carrying 33 people is still missing. for more than two days, there's no word or site of the ship. it was near the high of hurricane joaquin. >> they said it was waking on water but the flooding had been contained. the crew is made up of 28 americans and five polish nationals. and the coast guard is resuming the search this morning. and we'll turn to afghanistan where we're following breaking news this morning. nine workers for doctors
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without borders were killed in and explosion that may have been and us us air strike. >> right now this morning. >> 30, people are still missing. they did conduct and air strike that may have caused collateral damage. russian leader putin is getting backlash from several powerful companies after using russian jets to boom part of seria they are targeting terrorists. but leaders said there's no way anyone else is getting hurt t also is the first time since world war ii and americans and russian war planes have conducted air strikes over the country. but u.s. officials said they cannot counter russian a. >> an attempt by russia and iran to prop up assad and try pacify the population is going get them stuck in a quad meyer.
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>> military officials said it appears -- it may appear that russians are carrying out air strikes than the u.s. but they stay is probably inflated by propaganda. the first plane carrying some of the pilgrims that car killed last week arrived. >> another flight is due later today with more bodies. 769 pilgrims died in the stampede. they lost the largest number of pilgrims from iran. back home, the police made an arrest in richmond in the case of a body found in oakland wrapped in plastic. they took this man into public. they pulled him over without
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incident. the body of 24-year-old neil atkins was discovered. family members gave us this picture. it was taken a week before he died. they had known each other for a number of years and got into an arguement. and atkins was killed inside his home and dumped in oakland. two correctional deputies in jail this morning after more allegations of misconduct. deputy ryan sounders is accused of illegally looking up private information for personal use. and this one is accused of workers' comp fraud this comes weeks after three other correctional deputies were arrested in connection with the death of an inmate. >> these investigations were months in advance prior to the tragic incident. >> both deputies were suspended
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two weeks ago. and they're bail is set at $20,000 each. a group protesting against police will kick offer a statewide caravan. they had family members injured or killed by bay area officers in recent years. one is the uncle of oscar grant. and they will embark on an eight day trip across california. and they will create a new phone app that will allow foam record police and transfer video automatic throughout aclu. police released a sketch a man suspected in sexually assaulting a boy in a bathroom. the boy told his mother what happened and she was waiting outside of the bathroom and yelled for help. but the man did get away. he's described as white, 5'8" and 160 pounds and between the ages of 28 and 32. police carried out raids on suspected gang members
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yesterday. oakland police said they arrested five suspected gang members and they describe them as dangerous people that are involved in recent violent crimes. the police seized guns including three assault weapons, marijuana and cash. still to come, people are asking this man to step down. a major safety project happening along the bay bridge. the closures that you need to know about when mornings on 2 continues.
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happy saturday for you. some lanes on the lower deck of bay bridge will be closed tomorrow through thursday for a safety project. and drivers are hoping that the closures will not affect them as this past week's closures. at one point they closed three lanes on the lower deck of the bay bridge and that did cause bumper to bumper traffic all the way down 80 and during the week when dodgers and 49ers were playing. >> they said that they could not avoid the closures. and we had to close several lanes for the safety of the workers and to accommodate the equipment that they use. >> still, some people say that caltran should find ways to avoid working during events that create more traffic.
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and it could take another week and more to finish this current project. >> people don't like to hear that. if you love vintage cars, samoa race way is the place to be this weekend. 250 vintage cars will be racing for a good cause. we're live there to see what we can expect. >> reporter: i'm like a kid in a candy shop. this is amazing. this is the classic sports charity racing challenge kicking off today. and when you talk about classic cars, take a look hundred me. these are some of the most amazing cars that i've ever had a chance to see up close. and these are not just for show. they will be doing the real deal. and there will be a big series of races today. today the beautiful vintage cars that you see will be on
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the track. one of the organizers here. and if we can talk about this and we'll see the cars on the track hitting the course and going through the paces, right? >> yes. we have about 250, 260 cars of all types here. >> reporter: and we're talking about this as a charity challenge. who benefits and where does the money go? >> this is the 12th annual charity challenge. and we raise money, a bunch of different ways, ticket sales, raffles and auction as. even coming to the event is a donation to the charity event. and it goes to a variety of children's groups in is season know ma county.
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and you can bet $500 much your car of choice. and we have 18 races for the weekend and the charity rides are for both days. >> reporter: doing charity work but you're having fun too. >> yes. i love it. when. >> do you get to play in your sandbox and generate money for a good cause? we've been doing this for 50 years it's only been a charity benefit for 11. and that is out of 3, 400 members. >> reporter: let's talk about boys and their toys. this is your car. beautiful. number 27. >> it is imported from england in 1969 by bob wingelman. >> reporter: and you said that you're going to trust me behind
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the wheel of this beautiful automobile? >> yes. it is a beautiful automobile but it is a tool and fun tool to use. and i think that is natural for you to drive t. >> reporter: good. you can start it up for us. you heard the race going on today and tomorrow. cars like that today and it kind of makes our ride look a little more -- a little less than. the news van that we travel in, i don't it can compete with this. >> this is an amazing vehicle. >> reporter: listen to that purr that is one beautiful car. we'll see you in a half hour or so. he's going to let me get behind the wheel. >> we look forward to. what a great event. they raise like $700,000 for
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children's charities. and that wonderful. and it will be a little windy. not everybody will be a little windy and we'll have the winds pick up a little bit. but it the hills where we'll have the gusts to about 50 miles an hour. with that said, a regular flag warning in place for later today. and we'll discuss that in a moment. and the sun up and shining. and we still have about 12 hours ofdy light. and it will be a cooler day. and it will be the wind for some. you can see it is fairly calm out there in the north bay and east bay. a it will be into the afternoon. and 6:00 tonight into 10:00 tomorrow morning, the north and
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the east bay hills and the winds expected to come in from the east. and it will gust up to 50 and with that a red flag warning. wind will drive fire. if a fire starts, it definitely will stay on the flames. with a wind it can bring down power lines t is not for everybody. it is just the higher elevation into the north bay and the sacramento valley and stretching into the range and it . and we're dry into the morning and the afternoon. in the syria, we have a few sprinkles. and that is saturday night and we get into tomorrow morning. and a little bit. and it looks like it is circulating around and we wake up tomorrow morning with mostly clear skies and that will can
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be it. bluegrass, i think a called it not strictly earlier. and my show director said you got it wrong. 59 at 11:00 and 63 at 3:00. and 55 as we settle into 6:00. sigh little breezy and cool at hardly strictly bluegrass this afternoon. 64 in pacifica and 73 in hayward. and the temperatures will be warmer. and take a look at stan rosa, 79. even our inland cities will be relative, nice, mild and warm. 78 no gilroy and 78 for san cruz. the temperatures will not change a lot into the second part of the weekend. and we put in the slight possibility of a few sprinkles. whatever we get will be very minimal. monday, tuesday and wednesday, not much of a change just subtle changes as we get into the first part of the week.
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is part of a nationwide dave climate change. he told the crowd that everybody has to do their part
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to win the battle against climate change and using more renewable energy sources is one way to start. >> you're seeing the cost of solar electricity come down so fast that in many regions around the world it is cheaper of than coal. and he has written a number of books on the subject. and the city of hayward will show you a few artist renderings of with a new library will look like. and it will run on solar power producing more energy than it consumes. and it will catch, save and recycle rainwater. and the groundbreaking ceremony starts at 11:00 at c street and mission boulevard. and it is scheduled to be
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completed in late 2017. the dark side descended on the younger patients in saint at a clara. we'll add the noise here. and i am pearl officer invited the pediatric unit yesterday. it was organized by the golden gate garrison fan group. and there were plenty of high fives and gifts to go around. the patients are fighting many diseases, including cancer. some of the kids stay at the hospital for days and some for weeks. >> your child is stuck in a hospital room or a long day this is a fantastic break from the guy. >> we tried to bring the good guys along but it seems they only want the bad guys. >> and the golden gate garrison has 150 active members and
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they'll do more than 100 charitable events like this this year. latest polls of gop race are out. and two college students came face-to-face with their fate. and some it is the justice that he deserves. a cooler day in store for your saturday afternoon with an increase of wind and fire danger. i'll explain coming up in a moment.
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here's a look at some of the top stories. nine workers from doctors without border have been killed
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in an explosion in afghanistan. there were 105 patients caretakers and more than 80 staffers inside the hospital. >> 30 people are still missing. u.s. forces in afghanistan say that they did conduct and air strike near that may have damaged the medical facility t is all still under investigation this morning. and near the bahamas, a u.s. cargo ship carrying 33 people is still missing for two days now. >> coast guard lost contact with the ship on thursday when it was near the eye of hurricane joaquin. the coast guard is resuming the search this morning. and people are bracing for the arrival of hurricane joaquin. this is a category 4 hurricane and it is moving quickly towards the carolinas and the mid-alantic. >> and the update storm track has it missing the shoreline and over the atlantic.
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but several states are not taking any changes and issued an emergency declaration. the big issue to is all the flooding that will be causing. >> nothing like that here. but it will be windy in the hills when you say 50 miles an hour that is enough to blow you off the hill. yes. that is enough to bring down trees and fire lines and start fires. it will come later today. let's take a live look outside our doors and into san jose this is the fairmount swimming pool is what we're looking at here. you notice the palm trees not swaying or moving. mostly sunny skies along lot coastline and we're mostly gray there and the winds will come along and get rid of most of that fog along the cost line today and it will bring us an increase in fire danger. giving you a look at the sunshine bouncing offer the buildings there in san jose. a cool start for some of us as
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the chill in the air, concord 53 and we have cooler air and areas like santa rosa and napa. around the bay, 52 in redwood city. and use slide along the peninsula, we have 53. 50 to start your morning here. and in the afternoon, the temperatures will be coming down and the system will bring us the winds and bring us cooler weather and maybe even a stray shower as we head into late tonight into early tomorrow morning. but for today, getting rid of the fog along the coastline and we'll be mostly sunny elsewhere. and the temperatures will be mild for the most. and 60s and 70s around the bay and the inland communities getting to 80 degrees. even the central valley will be in the low 80s today. here's a look at the numbers expected for your area. 64 in pacifica and 67 in san francisco. we have 77 in morgan hill. later today into tonight shall
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the winds will begin to pick up and i'll show you where they are expected to be at their strongest and where the red flag warning will be and how long it will last in a bit. we're following new developments in the umpqua community college shooting. the school remains closed this morning but will real estate open on monday. but classes will not resume till the following week. five people were oned in thursday's tack and they are still in the hospital this morning. the most serious shot in the head and one way spinal injury and one recovering from a head and abdomen wounds. they have not confirmed if the shooter died by suicide or if he was killed by the police. >> it is different when you find out that he lived next to you. >> he graduated from a private school for students with
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emotional issue use. in 2008, he enlisted in the army but flunked out of the base training a few weeks later. in some of the worst of the times is some of the most heroic actions. >> yet. chris near mintz charged the shooter and he got shot 7 times. when he broke through the door he told him that it was his son's sixth birth day. but the gunman did not care. >> he looked up at the gunman and said it is my son's birthday today and he got shot two more times. >> and he suffered two broken legs and months of rehabilitation. and friends set up a gofundme fund. they hoped to raise $10,000 and
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now it is at $400,000. >> the counselors will be on campus to help the students and the faculty. >> they stay is the darkest day in the school's 50 year history. stay with us for the continuing coverage of the tragedy in oregon. a virginia man charged with the murders of two college students is facing three life terms in prison for sexually assaulting a woman more than ten years ago. they stay dna evidence collected from jessie matthew junior linked him to this sexual assault case. matthew's family reportedly ask the judge for leniency. and a former girlfriend wrote a letter that he himself was raped as a child. >> what does being sexually
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assaulted when you are a child have to do with grabbing a 110- pound woman off the streets and beat the heck out of here and sexually assault her? nothing have nothing to do with each other. >> trial for the murder of hanna graham is set for july. he faces a possible death sentence in that case. stock holders of coca-cola may ask the ceo to step down. but he said he has no plans to step down. comb cola is a marking partner of fifa. and they are asking the president to step down so that, quote, a credible and sustainable reform process can begin. mcdonald's a world cup sponsor released a statement asking him to resign. president obama names a replacement for education
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secretary after arnie duncan decides to step down after seven years on the job. mr. obama tapped mr. duncan as a wonderful member of his team. >> he's a teacher, principal, the leader of schools and the new york state's education chief and he shares our commitment to preparing every child for success in a more innovative and competitive world. he's got a great team already at the department education of which i am very proud. his family is equally cool and good looking. and equally exceptional children. >> skinning a long time educator -- king is a longtime educator and he plans to create better opportunities for all. >> every child in the united states, every college student, every disconnect youth, every
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working parent who wants a few more credits to improve their talent and position, everyone deserves the kind of opportunity that i have had to get a great education. donald trump continues to hold on to the lead with his gop challengers. he then followed by ben carson. and then marco rubio and carly fiorina are side at third and ted cruz at 6:00% and jeb bush is all the way down at 4%. carson has steadily raising to the top. >> we have to think how we use that money effectively to let them going take care of
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themselves. a lot of people in washington say absolutely not. >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton remains at the top of the list with 41%. bernie sanders is 23%. and vice president joe biden is third with 20%. in his weekly radio address, president obama is urging congress to pass a long- term budget and not flirt with another government shut down. >> that is not the way america should operate t just kicks the can down the road without donning any long-term planning for the future. i will not sign another short sided, short-term spending bill that congress sent me this week. >> it will keep the government open for another ten weeks and that means that the democrats and republicans will have till december to negotiate a new budget deal. with one month to go to the
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november election, there was graffiti scrolled on the offices in san francisco. they are on spruce and dairy streets. the graffiti has since ben cleaned up. it will restrict storm term housing rentals in the city. and a big back certificate on line rental service is air b&b. >> the concern for me is the loss of housing. we have housing converted to tourist. >> the process is an unnecessary regulation that goes too far given that we have processes and systems in place right now that are working. >> earlier this week, the city tax collector office announced that the air b&b agreed to what they believe is the first instance of data sharing. and how often and that information allows the office
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to collect hotel taxes directly from air b&b. and protesters came out swinging over the closure of a private health club in wall net creek. several dozen people came out to protest plans to shut down sports valley advice tax. and they want to rezone the property for president dental development and the club has about 700 members, more than half of whom are tennis players. twice before they have successfully fought plans to rezone that parcel. >> we think it should stay that way. so we understand that leash sports may be done with the business there. but we would like them to sell to another operator that will still manage it as a operational facility. >> and a chief financial officer said they call the move necessary.
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and club sport valley vista is expected to close in january. a faulty refrigerator is being blamed for poling vac -- blamed for spoiling of vaccinations. last month an employee noticed below freezing temperatures in one of the two refrigerators where the vaccines are kept. all of those that war if he canned have been -- were affected have been notified and they can go in and get a new shot for free. a new effort to save a bear from total extinct. how people in more than 100 cities plan to combat the issue today. it is the bluegrass festival that brings hundreds of thousands of people together in golden gate park and that means more security. and we'll have how they plan to do that when we continue.
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the bluegrass festival is fold question gate park and security will be tight. >> we'll have the officers in plain clothes and uniform walking through the park and rangers walking with us and they are tolike at any type of activity that could be -- to look at any type of activity that could be suspicious in nature. >> and they will be looking for people that had too much to drink no alcohol is sold at this event. but people can bring their own beer and wine. and more than a hundred artists are set to perform. we have the full lineup of performances on ktvu.com. you can see a slide show of the photos on image galleries. it is a big weekend at samoa race way. >> i'm a big fan. and christian is live at the race way to show us what people
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can expect and you are already behind the wheel. >> reporter: i'm 6-foot 3. and this car was made -- 6'3" and this car was made for someone who is 5'3". and this is a big race weekend taken a charitable event and people can come out and enjoy. >> it is intended as a family event. and most the of the money is raced by renting car rides during the lunch hour break both saturday and sunday. and you get a selection of cars you get five lap rides. it ranges from 57 75 to $500,
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depending on the car that you choose. >> reporter: you say that i can drive it and you can pretty much guarantee that i'm going to stall the car. >> you're going stall it. my hope is that you don't wreck it and then own it. >> reporter: that is my hope too. let's fire item. >> be careful. >> hold on to the wheel. don't worry about the mic. >> this is not the only car, guys. we showed you a garage full of cars. there are 250 cars out here.
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i'll hold on. and just let the clutch out, right? >> yes. >> reporter: when i stop, i need to you come and kill the engine for me, okay? >> you got it. >> reporter: here we go. >> don't run him over. >> all right. he's not stalled yesterday. >> that is pretty good. good job. >> reporter: so there we go. >> was that about three feet. what do you think about my driving skills? did you see that. >> i stalled is a half dozen times when i first ran it five years ago. so i'm impressed. i have a finance manager over here if you want to buy the car. >> reporter: sure. we're having a great time out here. this is for charity.
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it is today and tomorrow. >> he got 30 feet. >> but did he not stall. >> people cannot drive stick shift anymore. my first car was a stick shift. >> me too. i've driven a stick shift through russian hill that is scary. >> i'm going roll all the way back before the clutch engages. >> a lot of us were in na nightmare. this is a heavenly view. we have a little bit of fog out there. inside the bay along the coastline this morning. the winds will come along and clear out that sky in addition to the winds, we'll have a cooler day in store. 80 and today 79. san jose dropping off to 74. oakland 73 and livermore eight
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degrees cooler this afternoon, 80 in the forecast today. yesterday you warmed to 88. so a cooler pattern in place for your bay area weekend. and again, we're expecting the wind to pick up at some point this afternoon, especially for our north and east bay hills and that is where we have advisory. but all of us could turn a little breezy at times. we're showing you what you can expect. you notice the winds beginning to pick up anywhere from ten to 20 miles an hour. half moon bay looking a little windy to about 30 miles an hour. as we get into 6:00, more of the same in and around san francisco and half moon bay and we have breezy conditions in and around oakland. and the evening hours, the winds look like they let up a little bit. but over portions of the north bay, still going quite strong. to be do with the system that is the north of us sinking into california over the next 24 hours or so and not a lot of moisture here so not expecting
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much rain this. we could have a few sprinkles roll through the area late tonight into tomorrow morning. but it is the cooler weather and it is the wind. and a red flag warning that starts at 6:00 this i know and lasting till tomorrow morning and it is for our north and east bay hills and the concern there is the wind could knot knockdown the power line and could start new fires and help the fires grow rapidly. 65 degrees, it is a cool start in nap napa. in the afternoon, low 60s in pacifica and 70s in the bay and upper 70s inland and the temperatures will not change a lot for tomorrow. but winds will let up tomorrow afternoon. and only subtle changes as we get into next week. >> and got part of that wind will is make it a beautiful day, and cloud free in the city today in most areas. >> it clears off the fog and
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the pollution as well. >> got it. still to come, the giants say good-bye to a popular pitcher. and the ceremony today for tim hudson and the most inspirational san francisco giant when continue. uhhh, it is a little awkward being on the market again... but uh, i...oh...i actually tried the online thing... which uh, i dunno. i, i guess i'm just hoping for a caring and nurturing relationship, you know, one th...one that's going somewhere.
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the giants salute two pitchers that are hanging up their cleets. 222 games in his 17 year major league career and he fished up for teams on both sides of the bay and a world series championship last season and the giants will hold a similar farewell celebration for jeremy already tomorrow. >> he is the first giants' rookie to win the willie mack award. >> last night hall of famer
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willie. that was just one of the few highlights of the colorado rockies. a's are trying to put together a new winning streak. and they lost 97 games in 1997. but last night they won the second straight game by downing the seattle mariners. they broke a 2-2 titan the a's win 4-2. and the 49ers are gearing up for tomorrow's game. and they will likely take the field without davis. he had to stop before the start of team drills. and there's better news for
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reggie bush. he is listed as probable today. and odds makers are not making much of a chance for the niners. they are eight point home underdogs. and we have a doubleheader tomorrow. and the first game is at 10:00 between philadelphia and wachovia and then the niners -- washington and then the niners. there are going to talk about the raider that's could go 3-1 tomorrow if they can knock off the windless bears. steve curry said that he will take off to nurse his injured back. he turned to practice yesterday a day after the announce. he hung out with steve nash. when he does take time off to recover from his two back
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surgeries, the assistant coach will take over temporarily as head coast players don't anticipate any problems. >> get healed up. >> why one part of the bay bridge will be closed off this weekend. a notable drop in temperatures coming your way for increase of winds and fire danger.
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there had been a shooting and it had happened. >> for the first time, a mother is opening up about the loss of her son in the community college shooting in oregon. that tragedy happening just as he was starting to turn his life around. the hurricane battling.
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the threats the east coast is facing. this is ktvu mornings on two. >> good morning everyone. i am ross palombo your pets get right over to rosemary with a look at your we can forecast >> we have those winds picking up later today. this morn, a chill in the air, upper 40s. it definitely feels like all. for the afternoon, our temperatures will be coming down as well. are giving you a live look where we have crews getting ready to get a workout. i bet it is cool out there this morning. we do have mostly sunny skies along the coastline . and just inside the bay, a little bit of fog. that will help us to get into the second part of the morning. winds will begin to pick up. it
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will be breezy around the bay area and outright wednesday. 54 degrees in concorde. 50 in napa and 49 in santa rosa. as we get closer to the bay, we have 57. upper 50s. upper 50s in san jose. we will show you some of the coastline where we are looking up with fog in areas. right along the west end of san francisco. that is for the morning hours but the wins for the afternoon will help to drive that fog away. the winds are definitely light in most areas. brad brown areas of napa. and an easterly breeze at about five as a get into the second half of the day, the pictures on cooling-off i-5 to 10 degrees. so a notable change is coming for today. cooler weather. 60s at the coast. 60s around the bay.
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70s and 80s for the warmer locations. as we get into the second part of the day, the system that is bringing us the cooldown will bring us that wind. we have a cooldown. we will talk about those winds and more on the red flag warning coming up in just a little bit. in the meantime, let's send it back over to you. we have developing news on the story capturing national headlines. the mass shooting in southern oregon. the nine people wounded on the attack are still in the hospital. >> for have been discharged. all of them are expected to survive. the sheriff is wanting the public to focus on the victims of the attack, focus on the names of the innocent people killed in the shooting. >> the victims are lucero alcaraz of roseburg. 19 years old. twin, glenn cooper of roseburg, 18 years old.
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>> nine people died in the shooting. eight students and one teacher. the students ranged in age from 18 to 59. some recently graduated from high school while others were looking to start a new life expect that point, he was happy and carefree and i love you mom, see you later. and he never came home and he never will again? >> absolutely heartbreaking. that was tonya and her son jason was actually taking classes at the college. he had just gotten sober through a salvation army rehab program. he would've turned 34 this next week. >> now, let's talk about the mode of. investigators are trying to figure out why this happened. >> they say the gunman actually
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handed over a hate filled manifesto to a person at the school before opening fire. authorities are trying to figure out what set him off. the 26-year-old is being described as a loner. >> they still don't know exactly why. the first person he killed was his english instructor. >> i am going to talk about this on a regular basis. and i will politicize it because our inaction is a political decision that we are making. >> the president has ordered flags to be flown at half staff until sunset on tuesday in honor of those nine people killed. >> in the next half hour, we will tell you the story of a student who missed his life to save others. we will hear from has at. we will tell you how people nationwide are coming to his aid. >> some severe weather heading to the coast. people are bracing for the arrival of hurricane joaquin. the category for hurricane is moving toward the -- quickly. they have the hurricane missing
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the shoreline. several states are not taking any chances. >> the southeastern unit are still going to get heavy rainfall from this mid-latitude system in the southeast. some areas getting very heavy rainfall. >> roads are closed in many areas and flooding could reach record levels in the carolinas. flood watches are in effect from florida to connecticut. some areas are expected to get as much as 15 inches of rain. >> the bahamas, and us cargo ship is still missing. for more than two days, there has been no word or sign of the ship. the coast guard lost contact with the ship on thursday when it was near the eye of the hurricane according to the coast guard, it is that point that it must proportion and was taking on water. the flooding has been contained. the crew is made up of 28 americans.
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and five nationals. happening today, there will be a march in san francisco to raise awareness about the killing of elephants and rhinos worldwide. it is a 1.6 mile march that will start at 10 that 30 this morning at jefferson square park. it will and at the united nations plaza. the group says there are going to be similar marches today in 130 cities around the world expects some lanes on the lower deck of the faith bridge will be closed tomorrow through thursday. many drivers say they hope the closures will not affect them as much is the past week closures. at one point, caltrans closed three lanes on the lower deck of the bridge. it caused bumper-to-bumper traffic all the way down 80. caltrans says crews could not avoid the night closures. still, some say they should a fiveãthey should find ways to
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welcome back. we give a a live look over san jose where they sunday shining. a little bit of steve berlin the dukes in celebration of the hardly strictly bluegrass going on in san francisco. we will have look at your weekend forecast coming up. you are probably getting these new credit and debit cards in the mail recently that have a new chip that businesses are required to accept. that new technology is supposed to be more secure than the magnetic scripts -- strips. >> what this technology does is it has a one-time only transaction. instead of that guy being able to rip off your number, the number becomes random.
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so the fraudsters are unable to steal your credit card number. it is a great idea and prevents fraud which is a huge business. is this is that do not install the new terminals could become liable for fraudulent transactions. we will continue. i am getting so many of these in the mail. >> so many! cannot 20? >> no, not 10 or 20. but i was actually using the card the other day. the old one. >> i have one that i use all the time and i have to tell you it is a little confusing. is this the one you swipe or is this the one you put in and it takes a little longer for it to
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kick in. that is causing some frustration in lines but people say it is new technology and they will resolve that problem. >> i think people will be happier if they don't get the emails. >> it's all going to work out in the and. >> to correctional deputies in jail this morning after more allegations of misconduct. the deputy is is -- is accused of illegally looking up confidential information for personal use and deputy mark is accused of workers comp. investigators say he lied about being hurt at work. the rest comes weeks after three other correctional deputies were arrested in connection with the death of an inmate. these investigations were months in advance prior to that tragic incident. both deputies were suspended two weeks ago and their bail has been set at $20,000 each. now to where police have made an arrest in the case of a body found in tuesday of a body wrapped in plastic took his 36- year-old has been taken into custody. he was spotted driving into richmond. he was pulled over without incident took
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the body of the 24-year-old was discovered in west oakland. family members gave us this picture just a week before he died. the two had known each other for a number of years according to homicide detectives that had gotten into some kind of an argument. sears is facing murder charges. >> donald trump continues to hold onto his lead. a republican challenger in the race for the white house. in new poll has him leading with 25% of the vote followed by ben carson with 16%. marco rubio and carly fiorina are tied for third at 8%. senator ted cruz is at 6% and jeffãis now at 4% -- and jeb bush is now at 4%. he talked about how he would fix the health care system by having health savings accounts for low income people. we have to think how we use
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that money effectively. so let's us -- to let them begin to take care of themselves . >> on the democratic side, hillary clinton remains at the top of the list with 41% according to a new usa today poll. bernie sanders is that 23% and joe biden who has not announced he is running is in third place with 20% of the vote. and of course, the big political news is the first democratic debate coming up in just about a week. so we will see if there is any change. 8:13 on the clock. that's head over to rosemary for a check on how this day is shaping up. off to a bit of a chilly start this morning. fall is definitely in the air as we get into the afternoon. temperatures will be falling off by debit from yesterday afternoon and we are expecting the winds to pick up. let's take a look outside of
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the east bay. good morning to you. a beautiful start to the day. relatively calm. notice the bush and three to the left -- tree to the left. fairly calm. although, that is going to change for the second half of the day. before we take a look, hurricane barking and the east coast. and why -- hurricane joaquin and the east coast. storm bringing stretching portions to the carolinas. there is a system over the southeast capping into the tropical moisture. and as i wrote it through saturday, you can see how that moisture continues to funnel into the carolinas. and that is why there is a huge threat going on for flooding. at home, we are off to a calm start with a little bit of fog
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off the coastline but that is going to be knocked out by the wind better today and we will have sunny skies. the systems in here are really hard to pick up on. but you can almost see that circulation going. this is going to dive south into california over the next couple of hours. it is going to close off and pick up the winds. 6:00 this evening until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning for the north and east bay hills gusts up to 50 miles per hour with winds sustained at about 30. these winds are strong enough to knock over power lines. to actually help start the fires. and once they get going, it could really help drive the fire. tonight until tomorrow, all of us could experience a little bit of wind along the coastline into the afternoon with breezy conditions expected. 49 degrees right now and napa. upper 50s in livermore. 56 for hayward here they 50 san
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jose with an increase coming later today and our two pictures are cooler for today. upper 70s to near 80. mid-70s closer to the water. 68 for sausalito. 78 degrees for alameda. our inland communities at 79. shifting to the south bay, east san jose 74. 74 expected for cupertino. and we have 73 at weather -- redwood city. mid-sixties on the coastline with breezy conditions expected . temperatures won't change a lot. temperatures begin to die down during the second part of the day and we are cruising along with temperatures in the upper 70s and lower 80s for the inland cities. mostly sunny skies extracts how are things looking in sonoma? >> mild. maybe a little breezy in the second half of the day. >> it might be mild but the raceway will still be hot. it
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is the place to be this weekend. >> more than 250 vintage cars will race around the track for a good cause. christian is live at the cinema raceway. christian, it looks like you made it out onto the tracks. >> in a golf cart. >> from a racecar to a golf cart. i will tell you right now, we are going to be racing for pinks . and if i win, i get the pink slip. if you win, it you get the live truck. >> three, two, one --. we go --. we go -- >> that truck is gone! >> is gone. >> i know. i guess we are walking back.
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a long walk back but obviously, we are having a good time. we can talk about the big event here. this is a classic sports car race and also for charity. >> we raise money a bunch of different ways. one is that we have midday track rides that you can buy for $75-$500. and the money goes to charity. and this is the ticket ride. forget the fun park rides with the park bolted to the tracks. this does not hold you to terra firma at all. >> i can tell you from first- hand experience, getting to drive your car even for 30 feet is amazing. these are junior formula one. >> no, you have combined a couple of words. we have all sorts of sports cars. and we have formula v's in baker. formula 4. and formula one from
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the movie, brush. >> thank you so much. you have a race to prep for. your braces at 9 am. good luck. thank you for everything. you can hear the sound has really picked up. they are getting their engines ready out here. it is going to be a big two days of racing. if you cannot make it out today, make it out tomorrow and the best thing is it all goes to charity. >> we are shocked that you were demoted to the golf cart, christian. [ laughter ] >> you have to get back to one of those lotuses. >> if you take a look over here, you can see all of these beautiful lotuses. and ours is parked right next to a formula racecar. let's show them that our live truck is parked right next to a formula 1 race car. >> everything that formula one
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is not. >> thank you so much. we appreciate it we will check back in with you in a little bit . 8:22. let's talk about the dark side. the dockside depends on the on this patients. storm troopers, micro scouts and even an imperial officer invaded the pediatric unit yesterday. the first legion of the golden gate group. high-fives and great smiles. also going around to the patient's handling various diseases. it is a nice break for those children who stay at the hospital for days and sometimes, even weeks. being able to get up and do something cool. >> we try to bring the good guys along but it seems that they only want the bad guys. >> the golden gate has more
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than 150 active actors. >> everyone likes the bad guys. >> coming up, a fun-loving couple. superheroes are upsetting their neighbors. find out after the break. if you would like to get your motor running, it's a cars and coffee at sonic and musclecar meet up on treasure island. this event is on the first saturday of each month from eight until 11 am. the meeting is free. is being held at the avenue of the palms. we are sure you can find it. >> [ music ]
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former vice president, our core, joined students yesterday for a rally on climate change. about thousand people came out to hear him speak. his appearance is part of a nationwide day of action on climate change. he told the crowd that everyone has to do their part to win the battle. and he says using more removable -- renewable energy is one way to start. >> we are seeing the cost of solar electricity come down so fast that, in many regions around the world, it is cheaper
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than electricity from coal. and that makes all the difference. or is chairman of the climate reality project. he is also written a number of folks. and then 27 -- and in 2007, he was awarded the nobel peace prize. >> a couple of superheroes are creating issues. that show you in his wife maria. he likes to dress up. and set a sheet. but not everyone on their block is a fan of their lifestyle. neighbors have often complained about the noise and the partiers . >> ring the bell and talk to me. i would never decline in the neighbor. if there is a problem, we find a solution. and most problems exist because
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people don't communicate with each other. >> he has a businessman and life coach. he and his wife say they are hoping to have a reality tv show . >> that is because of their fun- loving lifestyle. >> everyone has been talking about that man who stood up to the shooter at the oregon college, the injuries he sustained and how people are pitching in to help him recover. a fairly dry system moving into the bay area for your weekend. would drop off to afternoon high and pick up the winds. i will explain, coming up.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. let's get right to your weather and rosemary has it took we're looking at a nice fall pattern. it is going to
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turn a little breezy and windy in the hills. and we have a red flag morning. is so relatively calm and you can see a little bit of fog inside the bank. stormtracker to -- 2 searching from the north bay into the -- into monterey. by the afternoon, we are looking at mostly sunny skies. winds will help to dry out the fog. the pictures are on the call side. upper 50s in livermore. to the north bay, two features are slipping. in the mid-50s. here is a look at your comparison. temperatures are dropping off anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees. santa rosa, 79. san jose will drop off. 74. 80 degrees in your forecast.
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yesterday, we had 88. here's a look at the numbers for the coast and around the bay. we have temperatures that will continue to be on the call to mild side. 73 in the layoff. upper 70s and lower 80s. we're looking at temperatures coming down and the wind kicking up. 's system bringing us cooler weather and wind. even a slight possibility of a few scattered showers. we are following new developments in the college shooting. five people wounded are still in the hospital. most serious, a victim shot in the head. there's also one victim with a spinal injury. a third victim is recovering from head and abdomen runs -- ones. it is different when you
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find out that he lived next- door to you. >> he graduated from a private school. >> and 2008, he did in less than the army but font out of basic training. heroes often emerge. even in the worst of times. >> one of the heroes is chris matz. he did try to block the gunman from entering the classroom. he ended up getting shot multiple times. >> he was actually taken from his hospital bed when the gunmen broke through. chris told him it was his sons credit -- sixth birthday but the gunmen of course, did not care. >> he tried to block the door to keep the gunman from coming in. gets shot three times. hits the floor and looks up and says to the gunmen, it is my son's birthday today. gets shot two more times.
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>> he also suffered two broken legs and needs months of rehab. friends are raising money to pay for those medical bills and hope to raise $10,000. >> we just checked with the site moments ago and it is close to $600,000. all classes are captured -- canceled. >> administrators are vowing to help everyone recover before it is the darkest day in the school's 50 here -- 50 year history. we will post updates on twitter, facebook and kutv mobile app. >> we want to turn to afghanistan. nine workers from doctors without orders were killed in an explosion after what may have been a us airstrike. at the time, there were 105 patients, or takers and more than 80 staffers. 30 people are still missing. us forces in afghanistan say they did conducted an airstrike
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thereby which may have caused collateral damage. it is all still under investigation. the number of putin is getting back last --/from several. leaders from other countries say there is no way nobody else is getting hurt. they also say it is the first time since world war ii that american russian airplanes have conducted airstrikes over the same area. an attempt by russia and iran to prop up a solid and try to pacify the population is just going to get them stuck. >> senior military officials say it may appear that the russian officials are carrying out more. >> an act of vandalism appears to be connected to a contentious measure on the
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ballot. this week, graffiti was found scrawled on the windows of the offices in san francisco. the graffiti has been cleaned up. it is possibly tied to prop f which would restrict short-term private housing rentals in the city. a big backer behind the effort, online rental service, arabi in the. >> bigger concern for me is the lost of housing. we have 10,000 units that have been converted to tourist accommodations at a time where we are suffering through our worst housing crisis in more than 100 years. >> given that we have processes and systems in place that are working. earlier this week, the tax collector's office announced the was an agreement to what they believe is the first instance of data sharing.
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but who is posting and how often? that allows the hotel to collect data. being blamed for spoiling 10 different vaccines meant for patients. more than 1500 children will have to get another vaccination because of problems with it refrigerator. all of those who were affected have been notified that they can go in and get a new shot for free. the hardly strictly bluegrass festival is back and this weekend. this is the 15th year the festival is being held. hundreds of thousands of people are expected to be attending. and security will be tight. >> we will have officers that will be walking around. we will have officers posted with the assistance of the park rangers with us, also walking to the park. and looking for
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any type of suspicious activity. >> lease will be look for people who have had too much to drink. no alcohol is sold at the event but people can bring their own beer and wine. >>[ music ]people showed up early yesterday to get a good spot. more than 100 artists are set to perform. the lineup includes indigo girls and emmylou harris. this festival is one of the great things that san francisco offers. three days of free music and the ability to go out and see all kinds of music. and it is all free and it is wonderful. >> tilman, whose foundation continues to fund this to be
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the festival free today. >> it always brings up traffic discussions when we talk about festivals. let's talk about traffic at golden gate park right now. green is good. and it is still early. keep in mind that the first acts don't hit the stage until 1030. but traffic is building. we see that yellow, that means they are slowing down into golden gate park. there are road closures in the area including jfk drive. so this is all important to remember. we do have a full lineup of performers on kutv.com. click on image galleries. >> we also have a traffic alert for you folks driving on the don burton bridge tomorrow. both directions will be closed from midnight until 9 am tomorrow morning. it is part of an ongoing project to up red transmission
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towers. keep that in mind. for the first time in the history of the california capital airshow, planes flew at night at the airport in sacramento county. >> look at that. >> that is cool. some interesting backgrounds with signs and lights. last night's event kicked off the weekend facilities including demonstrations by the thunderbirds and royal canadian snowbirds. the california capital airshow continues through sunday. >> i have not seen it before. it looks nice. the baseball hall of famer has off the award named after him. still to come in our next half hour, the player that inspired the giants the most this season. we have cooler day in store for you this saturday. your conditions. winds to talk about and a few possibilities
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of sprinkles. free to the first century jazz concert today from 1 o'clock until two debt 30 -- 2:30 this afternoon. again, admission to this concert is absolutely free.
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welcome back. that money to year. a live look at the east bay hills where it is fairly calm this morning. by this afternoon, the winds are expecting to pick up to about 50 miles per hour. with that, a red flag warning is in place today. these guys for most of us with some folk on the coastline. those winds will help to knock that out by the second half of the afternoon. this is the system that is going to be dropping into california over the next 24 hours, driving down temperatures , kicking up winds. not a lot of moisture with it. you can see the trajectory has that moving in.
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this is what we're seeing for the next day or so. the winds are expected later tonight and into tomorrow morning it is, right now. livermore is reporting calm conditions. even the north bay with light breezes this morning. the red flag warning is expected to move into place when the winds to. 6:00 tonight into tomorrow morning. north bay hills is where we will see the wind at its strongest. gusts up to 50 miles an hour. not widespread, just the higher elevations as well as the east bay. winds can knocked down powerlines. that will help to start fires and once they start, it could push the flames that much faster. as a get into the second part of your morning, we have mostly clear skies. a little bit of blue popping over areas like monterey.
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areas of the sierra. early tomorrow morning, that is really going to be about it. not a lot of rain expected. it is going to be cooler and breezy. 49 in the above. upper 50s in livermore. upper 70s in nevada. from our inlet cities down to five to -- down 5 to 10 degrees. 75 in castro valley. 75 for santa cruz. 73 for redwood city. 67 in san francisco for the strictly hardly with grass --
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the grass festival. temperatures don't change a lot for the business week ahead. >> it feels like fall out there this morning and fall is certainly the perfect time to think about while mills and seasonal ingredients -- mils max -- thank you for coming in. you are going to show you -- you're going to show us how to make pumpkin tortellini's. but first, we want to talk to you about this season and your new cook book. >> it is my favorite season to cook and. -- cook in. >> this is one of my favorite recipes. >> not everyone loves pumpkin.
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high in fiber. it is a great thing to cook with but you can actually substitute other. >> we have an array of different pumpkins and squash is. you can take this same recipe and translated. >> i like to be 10 that i have it in my kitchen but i doubt. >> we have ken crated -- we have created the production making breads and it is something we take very seriously. the cookbook is there to demystify the production of pasta. >> it is actually not that hard. it just takes a little practice . what you are doing is probably the hardest part. >> for so many reasons. >> it is different things.
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people cook for also its of reasons. emotions or whatever. and the fall and winter where you go into the comfort foods and eat the things that make you feel really good. >> absolutely. >> what else do you put in this cookbook? >> i think the one common denominator is food. we have all grilled a stake in the backyard. and all of the ingredients that going to bostick, we say we want to -- pasta, this has step- by-step on how to do each process. you can see the steps that go through to make a good pasta dish. >> we will come back and do the tortellini. >> the ingredients in the past that are not that complicated.
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>> file, adds, -- flour and eggs . that is coming up in three minutes. we will give you a little less -- also, we are going to talk about this couple. this couple is in trouble for a little bit of a party they want to have at their house or maybe too many parties. we're going to talk about that when we come back. this is the dawn of an old day.
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it is part of sports, part fund, part transportation -- actually, it is a lot of fun. it is a new invention called one will get this card comes with one will right in the middle. and i got a chance to give it a spin. you can take a look in this morning's, made in the day.
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>> i'm just going to back around you. >> considering i literally had my hands held. >> this is your first ride. give yourself a little slack. >> 50 miles an hour seems awfully fast. >> watched them ride. and you understand why the inventor of one well cause it and it -- a new kind of electric sport. >> is the feeling of snowboarding on powder while you are getting around town. >> it has one big will that get you almost anywhere you need to go. sensor pads tell you you are on . >> if you step on it, it will engage. >> and lean a little bit with your shoulder and hip. these are sensors. they are reading the position of the board. 14,000 times per second.
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feeding it into a computer chip and telling the motor how to run. >> the motor is in the wheel. that is why the board rides so balanced. >> the board charges and 20 minutes which will get you 8 miles. at a top speed of 18 miles an hour but it will take you anywhere. >> this new santa cruz-based company is seeing big results. >> the demand has totally exceeded what we have planned for. is 6 to 8 weeks to get a one well. >> you have written on there?>> yes, i have. from the first one to the last one. >> how far this $1500 invention can go remains to be seen. people have asked if it is for worker fine. -- work or fun. >> it feels about as fast as i
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want to go. >> even with a fall or two, getting around was a lot more fun. >> it is all about the lush to think, the less you do, the more you let it sort of go for you. >> in santa cruz, ktvu fox news . we tried to get one in. >> after you are rising me so much. >> it was relatively easy, when someone is holding their hand. i think i was doing two or 3 miles an hour. they race down the hallways in the race on dirt tracks and they say there are really one
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briarpatch were they have not been ever to go through. it's a go kart will. we will get you on one of them. >> do you think you will have a problem and be restricted from the streets? >> he says he sometimes writes on the sidewalks and has been in airports where he has not had problems. it is one of those areas where rules will kind of pop-up. but we will see. >> we will say. as soon as we get one, we will have that for you. maybe next weekend. a special premiere at san jose state showing the widening gap between homeless and -- homeless encampments. this documentary is called exodus from the jungle. a 25 minute film by andrew
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bigelow showing the mass sleep of hundreds of homeless people along the banks of the creek last fall. the documentary encourages people to stop clearing encampments. >> it is really hard. people are really mean. they don't want you in certain areas. >> it is one of the most dramatic thing's i have ever been around. i am not a resident. i did not live there. and it had that impact on me. >> the city says the suites are necessary because encampments are often unsafe or unsanitary. there are considering a proposal to put up modular homes but that could take another year because the city has to find the site. 8:57. a middle-aged college student trying to trick -- turn his life around. a woman talking about losing one of her sons in the college shooting. plus, hurricane joaquin and
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the threat it poses to the east coast. >> a cooldown on the way with went expected to kick up later on today increasing fire danger. i will explain the pattern in place for your weekend, coming up. we spend a lot of time together. well mainly in traffic. i'm serious.
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this is case -- this is ktvu . welcome to mornings on 2. good morning everyone, i am ross palombo. is get a quick check of your weekend weather with rosemary. can i say it smells really good out here. >> tortellini is cooking. >> we have fresh pasta. stay tuned for that. outside the doors this morning, a live look at levi's stadium. we are waking up to mostly sunny skies.
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fog along the coastline. would you have a cooldown in store for your bay area weekend and that is not all that is coming. we have went in the forecast. that start out with a look at the fog. file down to monterey, this morning. and that went as it picks option help kick out some of that fog for most of the coast. 59 degrees right now. 60 in san francisco. temperatures are cool but finally beginning to rebound. 59 in napa. these areas started out in the upper 40s this morning. a fall morning to start the day and as we get into the afternoon, the pictures are coming down anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees. a notable drop in your numbers. bluegrass going on today. 63 at 3:00 in the afternoon and back into the 50s as we slide
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into about 6 o'clock. a cold day with breezes expected. bring along a jacket, q may need it. 64 for your highs today. 73 in fremont. first off, we are going to see and feel the cold down. winds are going to kick up. topping our news this morning, the developing story of a mass shooting at ucc. five of the nine people hurt in that attack remain in the hospital this morning ranging from critical to stable. while the sheriff refuses to name the gunman, the sheriff is putting the names and faces of the innocent lives lost out there. the victims are lucero
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alcaraz of roseburg. 19 years old. when -- 12 -- when -- glenn cooper, 18 years old. nine people were killed. eight students and one teacher. the students range in age from 18 to 59. some had recently graduated from high school while others were looking for a new life. >> and humid for three days. >> has struggled with drug abuse. he had just completed a rehab program and was finally fulfilling a promise to get a college education. the mother had waited outside the hospital for hours before doctors told her the news she had feared. >> investigators are trying to figure out why he did this.
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they say the gunman did hand a flash drive and hate filled manifesto to a person at school before opening fire. >> authorities are trying to figure out what may have set off the shooter. mercer was a student at him call. the first person he killed was his english instructor. >> he did have access to an arsenal of weapons. police found seven more weapons at the apartment. all were legally obtained by him. the president says he is frustrated. but he is promising not to give up. >> i'm going to talk about this. on a regular basis. and i will politicize it because our interaction is a political decision that we are making. >> the president has ordered flags flown at half staff until sunset on tuesday in honor of nine people killed.
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we want to turn to the east coast and severe weather. let's talk about walking -- hurricane joaquin. the category 4 hurricane. right now, the storm track has it missing the us shoreline. >> several states are not taking chances and have issued emergency declarations. >> parts of the atlantic are still going to get heavy rainfall from this mid-latitude system in the southeast. some areas getting very heavy rainfall. >> this morning, growth are close in many areas and flooding could reach record levels in the carolinas. flood watch's are in effect from florida to connecticut. some areas are expected to receive as much as 50 inches of rain -- 15 inches of rain.
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police have released a sketch of a man suspected of assaulting a boy in a bathroom at the library on scott street last sunday. the boy told his mother what happened and she was waiting outside the bathroom. and yelled for help but the man got away. here is the sketch. 5 feet eight, white, 160 pounds between 28 and 32 years old. >> police carried out raids yesterday. oakland police say they arrested five suspected gang members and are describing them as dangerous people involved in recent file crimes. police also seized guns including three assault weapons, ammunition, marijuana and cash. some lanes closed tomorrow for a safety project. many drivers say they hope the closures will not affect them as much is this past week's closure. at one point, caltrans closed three lanes. that caused bumper-
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to-bumper traffic all the way down. during a week when the giants and dodgers are playing at night. crews could not avoid closures according to caltrans. some people say they should avoid working during an event that creates more traffic. it could take another week and a half to finish the current project that we have been over at the cinema raceway. that is the place to be this weekend. more than 200 vintage cars will speed around the track for a good cause. christian is live at the raceway and no golf cart, no notice? what is going on? >> we are actually on hit row. you can see racecars giving bias. there is the finish line in you can see racers getting ready for the heat throughout the day. all of this part of the classic race group.
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raising money for speedway children's charities. this will bring out the kid in me. i see all of these beautiful cars out here. again, this is a fundraiser and the money they raise from the ticket -- tickets will benefit. the big thing is the charity ride. they call it the ultimate experience. they say it is a lot of fun for folks coming out. you can see some of these race cars out here. these are vintage racecar formula one race cars. all kinds of stuff going on out here. despite being driven by amateurs, the owners tell me
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there is no lack of speed. >> these are seriously fast cars. these are 200 mile an hour formula one cars. group 710 them cars and all the way down to mg. it's a huge spectrum. almost 300 cars representing every kind of racecar you can imagine. >> every kind of racecar you can imagine and so far, it is really a great time for anyone. you can see just how much fun folks are having out here. the event goes on today and tomorrow. folks can come out. i am hoping that one of you guys can come out. it's a blast. >> my father used to racecars in his spare time. i have been out to that racetrack. >> i wish that was my car. [ laughter ] >> i thought i'd so you pull into the parking lot in a car
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like that. >> it is noisy out there is so we feel for year. we know how bad it has. >> thanks a lot. >> it has been rough but it is a blast. >> have a good time out there, as always. >> before checking out a new restaurant, you might want to look on yelp with reviews. pld or why elp for humans. the first to allow you to rate people like a business. it has mixed reviews. the creator says it is meant to be a place where people post positive reviews for each other . >> that's insane. >> of moveon. >> this weekend, the giants salute to pitchers who are hanging out there.
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honoring tim hudson the one 222 games during his major league career pitching for both sizes of the be. capping off for that world championships season. jeremy out felt, that is tomorrow. >> he is the first rookie to win. the willie mcelroy's. this year's winner. >> last night, willie mccovey presented the award at that same . for the most inspirational players. he surprised many with his performances as he will be the finalist rookie of the year. that is one of the few hollywood highlights. trying to put together a little winning streak to close out their worst season in nearly 2 decades but last night, they won their second straight and.
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breaking a tie in the eighth inning with a two-run shot. the a's when for -- 4-2. >> let's talk about the lion king. high you can catch the final shows bringing big businesses. >> and take a look at this. we're close to showing you how to put together the perfect pumpkin tortellini with sage. chef tom is cooking that up for you. >> i will help you need at. >> we have closed down in store for your bay area weekend. we were checking on your current conditions. plus, the wind coming our way and that fire danger involved coming up.
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good morning and thank you for joining us on this saturday. you're getting a live look at the be. -- at the be. at the bay area.
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let's take a look at scott valley this morning. isn't that a beautiful view. leavitt are not, the system that is bringing us cooler breezy conditions for the weekend is going to bring the possibility of a little bit of high mountain snow. that is kind of exciting and we will see if that pans out here here's a look at the system that continues to the north. will be shifting south into california for the next several hours. as we get into the or futurecast computer model, we have falls along the coastline. we will be partly to mostly cloudy over areas like monterey and even the possibility of a few sprinkles. not a lot of moisture with the system but enough to pick up a few scattered showers into late tonight and it will continue on into tomorrow morning. in their, you can see it. sunday morning, the best possibility over tahoe.
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and for us, partly cloudy but that bit of moisture will be dancing around california. i think the bigger deal will be the wind as well as the big temperature drop. here is a look at the futurecast model. a very light breeze. notice along the coast of areas over santa rosa. even 30 mi./h wind gusts being picked up. meanwhile, 10 to 20 mi./h. the take away is breezy for most of us. especially windy in the hills and that is why we have a red flag warning. starting at six clock this afternoon lasting until 10 o'clock tomorrow morning and the wind gusts could reach 50 miles per hour. are merely from the west early on and switching north, northeast with a dry and strong wind. fire concerns will be with us. 50 degrees -- 55 degrees in
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napa. low 60s in hayward. and for the afternoon, the system is really going to drive down the temperatures. 78 this afternoon in sonoma. it 60s for stinson beach as we head into the shores, 75 for castro valley. 74 and san jose. 72 in sunnyvale. 62 for the giants game as well as if you're going out to the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. the winds will begin to die down and settle changes into monday and tuesday. thanks a lot here we are back with chef thomas was lower and water showing us how to put together this pumpkin total loading -- tortellini.
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the first thing, you have already rolled out the dough and now, we are going to cut it. >> this reminds me of the expression, too many cooks in the kitchen. >> the first part, we have already rolled out the dough and now we have to cut squares. we are going to use a fancy accordion cutter. we will cut 3 inch squares and hold it down like this. come directly towards me. right center, perfect. >> are you watching? >> i am watching very carefully . slow and steady. and now, to form perfect squares, you are going to come directly away from yourself. like this. one little swipe. >> all right. nicely done. >> so we have slow roasted pumpkin. this beautiful wood burning oven and we have done our squash in their at 350 degrees and a slow roast.
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>> and you can substitutes it -- you can substitute with squash. >> you talked about how it is such a comfort season in terms of food and you had the philosophy of flour and water. i think plastic it's a bit of a bad rap these days but i love it . >> we all love it. >> what do you hope that people come away with after tasting their mail? >> it is a comfort to. >> about 1 tablespoon. >> now, you're scaring me. >> good? perfect. >> posta is about comfort food. and in him culture around the world, there is some sort of needle-based starch. thick about rolling up and having a bowl of buttered noodles. it is comforting and recognizable. >> to you think there is a wrong way to do it?
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>> i will grab a square. we have our feeling. i use a little bit of water. a little bit of clue -- a little bit of water. and take the corner closest to us and folded farthest away from us and match those two quarters. do you see that i have to air channels. we don't want to trap any error inside the ravioli. when we pulled this posta, we don't want it to explode. so if we start at the top and come all the way to the bottom, we are removing as much air as possible. >> if a little bit of the feeling comes out, that means that we have gotten most of the air. >> i hear the tv time clock ticking.
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>> folded directly towards you and we will wrap it around our finger. >> can i drop it and cut >> -- can i drop it in? >> we will cook all three of these. >> after seeing the posta skills here, we are currently not hiring. >> i only want to go and eat anyway. so that works out well. >> i have a preheated pan. i love autumn squash with roasted brown butter. so i want to see this brown butter smoke right away. this fresh pasta will take less than 30 seconds to cook. >> and then, it goes from out of the pot into the pan.
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i would do a couple of chicks here. as soon as i get this nice and rusty trusty, i am going to and a small amount of lemon juice. this will stop the browning process. the questionable toward ohlone's. -- tortellini's. >> as you do that, we will show you how it is all plated up and pretty and we will put this recipe on ktvu.com. we will see you in just a couple of minutes.
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disney's production of line king will not be in san jose much longer. after tomorrow, a san jose percent or -- went on longer have the production.
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be prepared for all those animals to come to life here this show features elaborate costumes, dancing and music. >> it is sort of a melding of the best of the animated features. the best that the world can offer. the production is made up of 50 akers and 100 people working very hard backstage. performances will be from 4 pm until 8 pm. the fine will be from 1 pm and 6:30. we have made the past and we have sautied the past up. we have always cooked 80% of the way in the water and finish it in the sauce. >> really quickly. into that sauce. >> a little bit of brown butter so i have to to ohlone's. -- tortellini's.
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>> i'm going to spend a little bit of the sauce over. >> it is calling my name. >> a little bit of toasted seeds. a little bit of chef and not a sage -- a little bit of sage. and then parmesan. how much is too much? there is not enough. there is not enough parmesan. do you like my technique? >> and looks beautiful. >> i might get a job, okay. >> you are busy. the show them really quickly. >> beautiful job. okay. please try it. >> we have about a second to
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go. as we are eating, i will tell you, that will do it for us this morning. the pregame show is next. we're back tomorrow morning at 7 am. thank you for joining us. >> have a great day. >> wonderful, wonderful. >> they are playing my theme song.
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in a remote village lived raymond. his internal clock was off, so he'd wake people for breakfast at all hours. while most were annoyed by raymond, one man was inspired. to serve breakfast all day with freshly cracked egg, ham, grilled bacon and savory sausage. the loaded breakfast sandwich.
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jack in the box. home of breakfast served all day. on the find weekend of the season, four team have reached a playoff spot in the american league. >> the royals are the american league central division champions. >> going to postseason. stason baseball for the rangers in 2015. >> the rangers can solidify their playoff standing by clinching the a.l. west with a win today. with one wild card spot left to be played, they battle it out for the chance to play for the ultimate prize. >> nothing better. it's why you play the game. a whole different ball game. >> a hard thing to

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