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we're talking commuter pet peeves. we'll tell you what caltrans is saying they will do about it. 7:00 on this friday morning good morning, i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark. the weather story for today is. >> and the the weekend. it will be awful. how can you avoid that? category five if there was a category six it's being
discussed, it would qualify. right front quadrant there about a 30-40-mile wide area. that moves on shore that will give a 25-30-foot waves, a couple feet of rain to some of the mountain areas. it will be total devastation. 200 miles an hour moving northwest. although it's looking like it's taking a jog off to the east. but tonight 205 miles an hour. once it moves over land it will take the energy out of it but not before causing some damage. fog around here some higher clouds. nice sunrise. we will have a mostly sunny, partly cloudy day. 40s and 50s on your is temps. 49 windsor. 49 sebastopol. closed for sonoma and mill valley. we are waiting for a system to
move in over the the weekend. if there is any rain it would be sunday morning. we'll have more of that coming up. 70s and low 80s through the interior. all right sal 7:02. how are things on friday? >> we do have a problem. it was so good for awhile. we have a crash reported on the bay bridge westbound getting into san francisco and i wanted to let you know traffic is already backing up over the toll plaza. take a good look at that. normally we see traffic moving a little bit even though it's slow and stop and go. this looks like it's absolutely stopped and we will take a live look at our bridge camera. you can see the traffic is stopped on that span getting up to treasure island. the good news it's a noninjury crash and they are moving it to the side but this could be one of the situations where it was there just long enough to mess
things up. they have issued a sig alert because anything on the bridge that takes up lanes will mess up traffic. let's take a look at highway 101. traffic is okay here approaching the 80 split. if you are driving in the south bay this has been a little lighter than usual with slowing on 280 and 80. 7:03 let's go back to the desk. the search goes on in the east bay for a man who police say stabbed three grocery store workers in pittsburgh. they say he was trying to steal some razors when the workers tried to stop him police say he stabbed them with a knife. the confrontation happened just before 8:30 last night. one worker was stabbed in the back and the other two had stab wounds to their forearms. all three were taken to a
hospital and should recover. the shoplifter got away before police arrived. police brought inning toes to search for him but he is still at large. firefighters were on the scene of an apartment fire along sunset avenue. it starred at 2:30 this morning. at this point no return of any injuries. we'll bring you updates right here on mornings on 2. it's a morning and afternoon battle most of us have to under take to drive to and from work. everyone as their pet peeve but caltrans held a meeting to talk all about it. >> reporter: no big surprise. the big issue they are mostly concerned about traffic and congestion. we spoke with a few people who
said its could get pretty bad along highway 101 and the problem only seems to be getting worse. >> i would say certain parts of the day you get a lot of traffic. and definitely over the past years i've noticed quite an increase in the amount of cars on the road. >> reporter: caltrans, the metropolitan transportation commission and other stakeholders talked about tackling the issue. one of the major issues is deferred maintenance. that issue came to a head with the collapse of the 23rd avenue bridge fence on to interstate 880 monday night. that caused a major multicar pileup. last night caltrans says it should have never happened. >> if you don't fill your potholes, then you have to do minor repairs. if you don't do minor repairs you have to do complete reconstruction. and each step of the way it gets more expensive. >> reporter: coming back to our live shot along the commute heading through marin county on
101 you can see it's moving along fairy smoothly. as for the big solution, caltrans says likely solution will probably be more money, drivers having to pay more. the big question is whether it will come in the form of higher taxes or user fees. >> christien kafton, thank you so much. the u.s. national hurricane center says the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere is heading toward mexico's pacific coastline. hurricane patricia is a category five. the highest level. forecasters call it a catastrophic hurricane. patricia is expected to make landfall this afternoon or tonight. and people in those resort towns are boarding up windows and some tourists are being evacuated. the hurricanes maximum sustained winds have increased at 200 miles an hour and most flights into and out of power toe via that has witness
canceled. this incident comes just one week after three people were wounded by gunfire at an off campus party right across the street from the college. the newly released emergency response report is out after a deadly shooting at sacramento city college. it says that the day roman gonzalez was killed in september it took the colleges system 36 minutes to send out a potentially life saving message. and the schools public information officer couldn't remember critical log on codes needed to send the campus alerts. staff should have quarterly drills on how to warn the
campus in case of another shooting or emergency. staff members will discuss the reports recommendations early next month. down south where san diego community college district, faculty, students, and staff are preparing for a shooting situation they hope will never happen with active shooter drills. participants learn defensive techniques. >> there are no rules. this person is trying to kill you so do whatever you can to survive. >> the district says this type of situation is a reality for schools across the country. they hope these drills will teach and prepare everyone if a situation like this does happen. there is new evidence this morning that shows high schoolers in the u.s. are just not very happy in the classroom. survey done in be collaboration with the born this way foundation which is the same organization founded by singer
lady gaga found students consistently have three key feelings when they are in school. at the top tired with 39% feeling this way during class. stressed came in second at 29% and bored was third at 26%. researchers warn the negative feelings can effect students attention, decision making, and over all school performance. a bay area family is grieving the loss of their son. a u.s. marine fighter pilot. >> we are still in shock and i've accepted the fact that he's not coming back. >> the last conversation they had with him before his jet crashed in england. >> do you remember the woman who gave birth on an air china flight. the reason she may be fined by the airline. >> good morning.
the morning commute man i wish i didn't have to talk about this but they have moved an accident from the treasure island area and they have moved it over out of the way. however look add that slow traffic. they haven't quite lifted the sig alert yet. we'll come back and tell you how long it will take you to get into san francisco. >> we have some fog around and high clouds make for a beautiful sunrise. we'll have your friday forecast and there is a lot going on.
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both vehicles burst into flames. only eight people survived the crash and four have serious injuries. on an especially sad knee the increased death toll comes after a body of a child was stuck in the wreckage. the child had within traveling with -- the child had been traveling with a truck driver that had also been killed. a teacher and a 15-year-old student from somalia died after being stabbed by the attacker who was shot and killed by police. we are learning the teacher tried to over power the attacker and that is when he was stabbed. according to video evidence, the attacker picked people out by their skin color, choosing people with dark skin. authorities say the school is attended mostly by students with an immigrant background. the bay area family of a u.s. marine pilot says they are extremely proud but still in shock after their child's death. he graduated from castro valley
high school and the university of san francisco. he was killed wednesday when just after taking off from a base in england something went wrong with his fa18. he steered his jet away from a neighborhood about 70-miles from london. he ejected just before his jet crashed in a field but he did in the survive. he was on his way back to the u.s. after spending six months for fighting isis. he spoke with his son shortly before the crash and they made plans to meet in san diego. >> his last words were dad, see you in two days. and woman hours later he had an accident. every child is very special to their parents, but i think he was way beyond that. he was among the best. >> his family says he was adventurous and outgoing and could light up a room. he always reminded them that he chose to fly and loved what he
did. the pentagon is identifying the u.s. commando killed in a raid. 39-year-old master sergeant joshua wheeler of oklahoma. the first u.s. service member killed in combat in iraq since the u.s. began its campaign against the islamic group. about 30 prisoners were freed. officials say several militants were captured in the raid. time is 7:15. congressman paul ryan is officially running for house speaker. the wisconsin representative made the announcement yesterday after pressure from fellow republicans. he sent a letter to his colleagues last night saying quote here he wants to start with a clean slate and to rebuild what had been lost. he had some tough demands though. he wanted house rules changed to overhaul emotion that allows house members to try to oust a
speaker. and he wants to be able to spend time with his family and not be on the road attending fundraisers at much as previous speakers. >> all across the board members are quite excited about ryan. they are ready to mobilize behind him in the hopes he can unify everybody. >> ryan will run against florida congressman dan webster. republicans are expected to nominate a new speaker on wednesday with a vote by the full house the following day. if elected, ryan would be the youngest house speaker in history at 45 years old. j a woman from taiwan who gave birth on a los angeles bound flight may have to pay the airline. you probably remember this video. it was taken a few weeks ago on that air china flight where the woman gave birth. a doctor from ucla was the one that delivered the baby. after the birth the flight was diverted to alaska. the airline is looking into reports that the woman didn't disclose she was so close to giving birth in an attempt to
get her child u.s. citizenship and now the airline is considering charging the woman for the cost of that detour. >> wow. time is 7:17. let's check in with sal. it looks like there was problems on the bay bridge. >> we do have a crash that is being cleared. the only good news i have is that it wasn't a serious injury crash. however we have a lot of slow traffic on that span. it's getting better now. it's a little bit better. it will take awhile for the traffic to unwind. it was blocking two lanes for a bit. let's take a look at the toll plaza. you will see that even the car pool lanes you see to the right there, the car pool lanes are usually moving by rather quickly. this morning they are not. and they are moving the crash. in fact i'm going to check on the air live. they have canceled the sig alert all lanes are open. but it will take awhile for this to unwind.
northbound 101 as you drive past 280 traffic is moving along very nicely. 85 and 17 are okay so in the south bay we have some decent commute conditions today. 7:18 let's bring steve in here. steve, you were spot on with your forecast last night for levi stadium. after that. >> after that it all went down hill. but none of that was your fault. >> i'm sorry. thank you, sal. it was nice weather. just incredible with what is going on with hurricane patricia. this went from a day ago it was a category one 85 miles an hour. 4:00 a.m. yesterday it went to a category five over night. amazing. by the way this is the strongest ever on wind speed. the hurricane hunters measure the wind speed above the eye around 221 miles an hour. and a temperature of 89 degrees. above the eye. are you kidding me? this is the strongest ever on wind speed.
not on pressure. what is interesting is that hurricane linda had 185 miles an hour winds back in 1997. 97 was an el nino year. so strongest on wind speed, not for pressure. there have been typhoons that have had higher pressure. some of those typhoon are satellite estimates. any way you slice its for those it's 885 mill bars. there are some of you out there that hang your hat on barometric pressure. 25.99. unbelievable. there is 220 miles an hour winds. it's feeding off unbelievably warm water. it's moving by tonight 205 miles an hour. it will make landfall. again this is very mountainous area but at the same time the waters i just can't see how won't be devastating because you will get two feet of rain
in some areas. waves up to 25 feet. now once it moves inland it will start to weaken but then it will move into texas and the deep south. there is your water temps right there about 90 degrees. 88-90 degrees. we have another hurricane olaf moving away from the hawaiian islands. the key is the remains of olaf when they move into the relatively cooler water some of this moisture will interact with the jet stream and might bring us rain next wednesday. we hope. we need it. but so many things could happen. we do have some fog on the here and now. there is higher clouds. mostly sunny, partly cloudy day. 46 santa rosa. some 40s to the north. a lot of 50s here. 50 alamo. 50s to 60s out toward antioch and brently. there is cool lows. even though the higher clouds
are moving in and that is the theme. fog for some. pretty thick around morgan hill and san martin. partly sunny but hazy skies. 60s and 70s and 80s. beautiful sunrise that is for sure. they will be on the mover over the weekend. fog, high clouds for mostly cloudy saturday and sunday. cloudy to mostly cloudy. monday will be all right, tuesday increasing clouds and then we'll see about wednesday. >> steve, i have a question. if hurricane patricia goes across mexico and into the gulf of mexico. >> no it's going up to the rabid. from mexico and into texas. >> and they are bracing for flooding. >> yes. >> there is no way this could pick up steam again. >> no. once it hits mountains it really takes the energy. but land will decrease it rapidly. but that was a very good question. >> thank you.
new this morning there has been another earthquake in san ramon. it was a 3.2 magnitude quake that hit around 6:53 this morning. this comes a few hours after small four earthquakes struck near each other. the strongest was 2.8. this is the latest round of small quakes, swarm if you will in the area. several high school students rushed to the hospital. coming up in 15 minutes the prescription drug they got ahold of and the investigation under way. >> plus who says football is just for men? up next we'll introduce you to a michigan athlete who is proving she is just as good as the boys on the football field.
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and we get a lot of requests. i will choose the ones i think are going with the flow of the show. >> thank you, sal. 7:25. bart is working on a project to reduce crowded commutes on the trains. scrapped and damaged bart cars are being reconstructed and added back to the current fleet. bart officials say the cars will help them prepare for the new warm spring station. the project will ultimately allow for 800 more riders per car per day. a few days after breaking their losing streak and seeing a glimmer of hope, the niners were shut down by the sea hawks. they took an early lead. this was the first drive of the day. they were up 17-0 during halftime. 49ers didn't score in getting a field goal toward the end of the third quarter. collin kaepernick sacked six times. the 49ers play the rams in st. louis next weekend.
they will get a rematch against seattle on november 22nd. a high school football player is giving new meaning to the phrase you kick like a girl. taylor johnson is a place kicker. taylor is a competitor and that the team is guaranteed points when she is in the game because she is so accurate. she's made over 90% of her kicks. her mom says toy already's love for kicking may have started on the soccer field. >> they were just saw her kick one time and they're like we've got to get this girl on our team. >> i was definitely scared. i didn't know how the boys were going to take it. especially because i'm a girl. i department know how they were going to let me in and i department know how we were going to make that adjustment of having a girl on the team. >> looks like a team has adjusted quite nicely. they won five games. >> you know we actually had a
girl on our football team. she was a kicker and she was on the wrestling team. it was a video that captured the world's attention. a shark circling a surfer during a surfing competition. up next why that surfers mother is taking on advertisers. >> hurricane patricia the strongest on record is supposed to make landfall today on the pacific coast of mexico. we're live at sfo. we'll tell you about the impact to flights and the destruction expected. >> i have a new problem in oakland i want to show it to you. westbound 580 right near high street there is a crash and traffic it had been okay but right now believe it or not i might recommend using either 880 or city streets to get on 580 after high street. >> we have a lot of fog around here. some on the golden gate. some inland as well. a change for the weekend. we'll talk about that and more
coming. in fact the u.s. national hurricane says it's the strongest ever recorded. that storm is causing big travel delays at home. janine de la vega is live at sfo. that is where this picture is coming from. janine will have more on cancellations at sfo and other bay area airports and talk about how people in mexico are trying to brace for this historic storm. good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2 i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark. let's get to steve. >> i wouldn't expect the web cams to work by tonight or tomorrow. the power will be out. strongest on wind speed. not on pressure but still it's a monster. strongest before the pacific or the at listen tick for us. anywhere close for us. it is looking like landfall will be tonight and tomorrow. we'll have more of that coming up on 10-12 minutes. this will be the big story tonight into the weekend.
we have a lot ovally clouds. down toward month began hill and gilroy. i know some floating around here. so on the coast as well. a lot of high clouds coming in up above. for that we will have a partly sunny partly cloudy day. increase in these clouds are on the way. not only today but as we go into the weekend there is a system phased to move into the north. might give some rain north. more likely up toward ukiah. 40s and 50s on your temps. kind of been stuck all morning long. hazy skies. mild. maybe warm for some. there is not much of a breeze yet. partly sunny and mild. 60s and 70s around the bay. all right sal 7:33 what do you have for us? something on the bay bridge. we do have that. we also have a problem in the east bay so it's all connected. 580 westbound the new crash at high street or west of high street. the coolest street over crossing. a couple of lanes blocked.
we visit on the maps for you. and now traffic is backing up past keller and oakland. pretty soon it will be. i think it already is backed up into san leandro on 580 westbound. if you want to get to the freeway perhaps you want to go down to park. if you are driving on 880 northbound you have to deal with slow traffic in san leandro. now to the bay bridge. steve mentioned it. we had an earlier crash on the span. they cleared it. four car injury crash. noninjury crash. traffic is slow. the damage done from that crash at the toll plaza. 30-40 minute delay. it had been so good today. it will take awhile for it to unwind. let's go one more thing here. this is northbound 280. this is looking good. the santa clara valley showing signs of a friday which means it's lighter than usual. now let's go back to the desk. the search goes on for a man who police say stabbed three grocery store work earns in pittsburgh last night.
investigators say the workers were attacked as they tried to stop the man from shoplifting. alex savidge is live with more. >> reporter: it appears a group of employees at this window food store they took action last night. they saw a man and was trying to steal razors. as he tried to leave, this group of employees confronted him. that is when the suspected shoplifter pulled a knife and attacked him near the front of this store. here's the man that police are still searching for this morning who is wanted in connection with this stabbing. investigators say the man you see here stabbed three employees during this confrontation. it happened just after 8:00 last night at this winkoa super market.
i talked this morning with a fellow employee at the winco food store and asked if he thinks he would get involved if he saw someone shoplifting. >> depends. if it's an elderly or child or something, then of course. or a woman. but if it's a man, i will let him handle his own. but if it's something i could stop, of course. yeah. it depends on the situation. >> and police say this all began as a confrontation. the employees confronting the man that was trying to leave the store with the razors. it turned into a fight. pulled out a medium size knife and stabbed three employees. they were all taken to the hospital. no word this morning on their exact conditions as we stand here now in the morning hour. we have reached out to
pittsburgh police looking for the update of those victims. also the search for the man behind the stabbing. i tried to figure out if police have identify him. >> okay. alex, thank you. in a developing story this morning. mexico and the state of texas are bracing for what is being called the strongest hurricane ever observed in the pacific ocean. hurricane patricia is heading toward the coast of mexico and it's expected to cause a lot of damage. janine de la vega is live at sfo to tell us about the impact the storm is having on flights to the area. janine, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, brian. people from the bay area who are vacationing they are going to have a tough time getting back here to sfo. all the connecting flights that go through lax are canceled today. and the direct flight to power toe vie war that scheduled to depart on alaska airlines it has been canceled.
we are talking about 200 miles an hour winds and 6-12 inches of rain. the u.s. national hurricane center says patricia is expected to make landfall this afternoon or evening betweenman neoand puero vallarta. a lot of the airlines that fly to puero vallarta they have warnings on their websites. if you have any travel plans are supposed to pick up someone from the airport, check the status first with the airline or by calling or going online. brian. >> janine, thank you for that update. outbreak of shigella linked to a south bay restaurant has grown to 110 cases and spread to four different counties. health officials say cases in
santa clara, santa cruz counties all came from mariscos restaurant. >> by the time i got to the emergency room, it was under excruciating pain. my whole back and my nervous system. my muscles, my bones were hurting. >> several patients including martin and his wife have filed lawsuits against the restaurant owner for medical expenses and lost wages. health officials are investigating the source of the outbreak. officials at pinole valley high school say five students were hospitalized after taking the prescription drug xanax. two others that took xanax were sent home with their parents. the school says concerns surfaced around lunchtime. >> teachers and staff noticed seven student who were acting in a way that gave them concern
and notified the health officials and law enforcement. >> it's still not known how much xanax the students ingested or where they got it. xanax is a prescription drug used to treat anxiety. surfer nick phan non's mother is speaking out. >> this is the commercial. you see the surfer emerges out of the water. riding the wave. holding the shark with one hand. fanning says the whole ad is disrespectful and didn't see the relevant of the kfc chicken burger and the shark and kfc
was listening and it the ad has been taken down. we will show you the actual video of the shark ail tack itself. which is incredible on its own. this is where fanning survived the near death experience during the final round of the jay bay open. this happened on july 19th on live television. mom was watching at home and said she wanted to reach through the screen but you see here her son is picked up and rescued and he turns out to be perfectically fine. >> and on his own. that is incredible. everyone wants to have a healthy baby and the focus has always been on the moms. a new study on how dads may play a bigger role even before the baby is conceived. >> we are look at traffic approaching marin. we do see some slowing on the richmond san rafael bridge approach. we also have some problems to check out in the east bay. we'll be right back.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. time 17:44 -- time is 7:44. pam cook is back in the studio with a new study that showmans lifestyle and environment can effect his future children. >> there is more and more evidence that a mans lifestyle and habits can effect his baby even before that baby is conceived. now for years there has ban lot of effort to prevent birth defects but they have been primarily focused on women taking folic acid before and during pregnancy. the new study out of canada made an important discovery. it shows what is transmitted in a specific protein in the fathers sperm is also essential
to the health of his baby. >> if you think about a spool of thread that spool being the thing that the dna wraps around because dna is a hey lex and it's a spiral. what they found is that certain environmental factors can make that spool defective. like make a nick in it. so that dna doesn't wrap properly. >> the environmental factors include smoking, drugs but even stress. high sugar levels and cleaning solvents found in the dad can have an effect on his future baby. now the test also showed the dads abouts can effect not just his children but gasia and ryan, his grandchildren. >> interesting. >> yeah. >> so a lot of times see women have to be so careful. no drinking and smoking for you either. >> so dragging him to prenatal yoga doesn't happen so the damage is already there.
>> yeah you should go to prenatal yoga. time is 7:45 on the dot. we are keeping an eye on your traffic this morning on this friday. there is some pockets of heavy traffic this morning but over all sal would you say it's friday light? >> in many areas. what happens is we have friday light and occasionally we get something to ruin that. which is is unfortunate. we will start off with the bay bridge toll plaza westbound. we had a crash that had four cars up there at treasure island and they removed it quickly. there were no serious injuries. let's take a look at the toll plaza. you can see traffic is moving. it's about a 30-35 minute delay. if the lighter than usual traffic volume continues, we might see this actually clear up by 9:00. hopefully any way. 580 westbound near high street there is a crash blocking several lanes. the best thing to do for you is if you happen to live in oakland, don't get on the
freeway in park. if you go deutsche down to park -- if you go down to park and get on the freeway, there will be no one there. 280 northbound as you drive up to highway 17 that looks good. there goes caltrain. one engine. one, two, three, four, five passenger cars. caltrain is not experiencing any major delays. let's go to steve now. can you hear me? >> i can hear you now. >> that is my favorite. >> absolutely. >> let's get right to it. lots of sunrise pics coming in today. let's to say i've been a little busy. i've had my head buried in this hurricane. hurricane patricia. we do have a little change in our weather. there is very thick fog a couple reports from morganton
to davidson. also on the golden gate bridge we have higher clouds and they will be on the move. i don't want to say might. i don't want to say may but we've had so many head fakes here over the last three to four years. we will deal with it on monday. it looks like possible rain for us next wednesday. amazing intensity. amazing strength. it's feeding off 89-90-degree water temp. that certainly helps it being hurricane patricia. strongest ever recorded wind speed wise. this is stronger. the florida keys 35 was 185 miles an hour. this is 200. and aircraft has measured 225 miles per hour wind above the eye. 200 miles per hour moving north, northwest at 12.
it will take the turn and head towardman knee owe. 6-12 inches of rain. some in the mountain areas will get two feet of rain. so far pressure wise there has been stronger typhoons but those were measured by satellites. this was measured by humans so this qualifies on many, many levels and so does the warm ocean temps. we also have olaf that is falling apart moving north. and relatively cooler waters is still very warm. there is too many things that could go wrong with it. fog is here. higher clouds continue to roll
in. nice sunrise picks today. i would think sunset as well. hazy skies. mild. 70s. 60s and 70s and some 80s. i think we will take temperatures down a couple degrees here. cloud it up as we go into saturday and sunday. sunnyvale security firm learned it could hack exercise tracking devices fit bit from feet away. at 8:00 what fit bit is saying about the hack and what it will do after learning about the security breach. celebrating the past, present, and the future. the special wedding ceremony marty mcfly would have definitely been invited to.
want us to play, let me know. i will try to play it on friday mornings #ktvu. it was a very long day and night for hillary clinton and members of congress investigating the benghazi libya attacks. doug lou sider reports in almost 12 hours of testimony there was heated exchanges about clinton's actions before and after the deadly attacks that killed four americans. >> reporter: hillary clinton maintains her composure. republicans maintain they have uncovered inconsistencies in her story. hillary clinton finally left after a long, long day in a crowded hearing room. at one point her voice gave out but she did defend her actions surrounding the benghazi attacks and says those kind of operations carry risks and she
bored the weight of the loss of four americans including the u.s. ambassador to libya chris stevens. >> i lost more sleep than all of you put together. >> reporter: clinton's tone was even but she did run into problems. while she and others in the obama administration initially said publicly that the attacks were spurred by an antiislamic video an effort to down play a terror attack in the run up to the 2012 election. clinton's e-mail showed she almost knew immediately the true nature of the attack. >> you can tell the truth. you picked the video theirtive. >> reporter: while there had been multiple requests for additional security in libya before the attacks, clinton says she was unaware. >> i did not see them. i did not approve them. i did not deny them. >> reporter: there was also an issue surrounding one of clinton's long-time advisors sydney bloomen that.
the white house didn't want him in the state department but clinton's e-mail shows he played an important role as an advisor. >> show us how bloomen that played a role. >> reporter: republicans say the investigation into what really happened in benghazi will continue. hillary clinton is back to the campaign trail. she will be in iowa. a newlywed couple in arizona is taking their nuptials back to the future. check it out. groom salivaer to and his bride transported guests back to the 50s and 80s in the movies version of 2015 the date that actually took place two days ago. the ceremony started at the exact time marty mcfly lands in
2015 and also included futuristic attire and even a mini hill valley clock tower. >> it's my favorite movie from when i was a child. i watched it religiously. there wasn't a week or month that went by that i didn't watch it. >> inside the reception an iconic 80s wedding cake topped with a back to the future bride and groom. more earthquakes are rattling parts of san ramon. five have struck. all a magnitude of 2.5 or higher. more information coming up at 8:00. >> the search goes on this morning for a man who police say stabbed three grocery store workers last night here in pittsburgh. we'll tell you what those workers were trying to do when they were attacked. >> and we look at the east shore freeway. this time around. things are getting busier as you come up to the maccarthur
incredible rate. you see here dozens of flights from around the country have been canceled at port-au vie war that. war-- at port-au vie war that. >> this is the strongest storm on the planet for a wind speed. the strongest ever to hit the united states was the florida keys but on pressure this blows that away. there might have been typhoon. this is measured by a recon since plane and it it staggered them when they came back. you can see it taking a turn. a little bit there. it looks like it's turning. maybe it will go in south. we will see. but still looks like it's moving to the east and there it
is. my goodness. the 90-degree water temp is fueling this. it went from category one to category five over night. less than 24 hours ago it was category one. category 2. 200 miles an hour. moving northwest at 10. it looks like it's taking a jog to the east. by tonight once it hits land it loses its energy source. anywhere from 150 to 200. waves will be astronomical. 25-30 feet. isolated mountains can easily exceed 200 feet. for us we have a lot of fog around. there is numerous reports of it being really thick. parts of san francisco and santa clara valley. 49 san ramon. 41 santa rosa. there is cool readings and a lot of high clouds on the way which will lead to a mostly cloudy weekend. maybe some rain north bay on sunday morning. fog for some. hazy skies. 80s for a few but more 60s and
70s. all right sal 8:02. i know you have been busy as well. >> we've had a couple crashes. the latest one being in san francisco. so we will start there. let's go to highway 101 in san francisco and southbound 101. we have a crash near caesar chavez. traffic is slowing down. that is a bad spot. not only does it effect san francisco traffic, it will begin to effect the westbound bay bridge traffic -- westbound 580 they are clearing a crash at high street. a lot of people have diverted in taking highway 13. northbound 880 is a little bit slow. let's go back to the live pictures. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. we had an earlier crash. it's gone but the damage is
done and the traffic is backed up for a 40 minute wait. 8:03 let's go back to the desk. new this morning out of san ramon. a 3.2 magnitude earthquake rattled part of that area. it happened around 6:53 this morning. this comes after four earthquakes struck within minutes of each other. hours earlier the strongest was a 2.8. in all more than 200 have been recorded since last week. now to a developing story out of suisun city. three alarm apartmentfire. it started at 2:30 this morning.
the search is on for a man that stabbed three grocery store workers. >> the attack happened as the workers were trying to stop the man from shoplifting. alex savidge is live. >> three employees here at the winco food store wound up in the hospital last night after they took action trying to stop a man that was stealing razors in from that store. that man pulled out a knife and attacked those employees. police are still searching for the man behind this stabbing. investigators say this man stabbed three employees during a confrontation. it happened just after 8:00 last night at this super market that is on north park boulevard.
one worker was stabbed in the back, the other two had stab wounds to their forearms and thankfully all three are expected to fully recover. the man had grabbed some shaving razors from a shelf. as he tried to leave the store, that is when the workers stepped in. now i talked with another store employee about whether this attack concerns him. >> not really. you hear stuff like this every day. not really shocking at all. >> reporter: pittsburgh police say the suspected shoplifter in this case use as they describe a medium size knife to stab those employees. again three of them were injured here. all three taken to the hospital. we have not yet received any updates on their conditions this morning from pittsburgh police. i did reach out for an update but we do understand they are all three expected to fully
recover and again in the meantime pittsburgh police are continuing to try to track down the man behind this stabbing inside a super market here last night. >> alex, thank you. now to a morning battle a lot of people have to do five days a week and there is the battle to get home. we are talking about driving to and from work, school, elsewhere. everyone has their own pet peeve when it comes to traffic. >> christien kafton has a look at some of the pet peeves and what caltrans is saying it will take to fix them. >> reporter: good morning guys. i thought we would give you guys a commuters eye view of the number one complaint we heard about from commuters this morning. no big surprise if we switch cameras here you can see the big issue traffic and congestion. we spoke to a few people who said it could get pretty bad along highway 101 and it only seems to be getting worse. >> it seems like it has really
increased over the last two years alone. >> >> reporter: caltrans and other stakeholders held a forum aimed at tackling some of the bigger issues. one of the other major issues is deferred maintenance. that caused a multicar pileup and last night caltrans said it should never have happened. >> if you don't fill your potholes, then you have to do minor repairs. if you don't do minor repairs, you have to do complete reconstruction. each step of the way that gets more expensive. >> taking another look at that big issue. this is a look at the commute into san francisco from marin county. the issue of course congestion. as to what can be done about issues like deferred maintenance and congestion, officials last night said the likely solution will be to either raise taxes or have some higher fees to help pay for some big changes to come.
guys. time is 8:08. the wait for a new bart station is about to get a little longer. the tree mont station which was expected to open at the end of the year is expected to go into service sometime next year. a bart spokeswoman says the delay is because of testing. it will add nearly 5 miles. meanwhile bart is working on a project to make the current trains a little less crowded. scrapped and damaged bart cars are being reconstructed and added back to the fleet. bart officials say they will help them prepare for the opening of the new warm spring station. the project will ultimately allow for 800 more riders per car every day. time is 8:09. we are continuing to follow the strongest hurricane ever recorded in the western hemisphere. hurricane patricia will hit
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time is 8:12. former rhode island golf nor and u.s. senator lincoln chafee is dropping out of the presidential race. he made the announcement this morning at a democratic national committee event in washington, d.c.. this comes after what many consider a mediocre performance. with chafee out the candidate pool is down to three. it's official congressman paul ryan is running for speaker of the house. the wisconsin representative made the announcement yesterday after pressure from fellow republicans. he sent a letter to his colleagues last night saying he wants to quote start with a clean slate and to rebuild what had been lost. he had some demands though. he wants house rules changed to over haul i motion that allows house members to try to oust a speaker and he wants to be able to spend time with his family and not be on the road as much attending fundraisers. >> across the board members are
excited about ryan. they are ready to mobilize behind him. >> ryan will run against florida congressman dan webster. republicans are expected to nominate a new speaker on wednesday with a vote by the full house the following day. if elected ryan would be the youngest house speak never history at 45 years old. hollywood show biz personalities are opening their wallets to make personal donations and most of the money is going to hillary clinton's campaign. clinton has a lot of friends in the film industry. hollywood donors have contributed $5.5 million to campaign so far. $5 of that has gone to hillary clinton. her biggest donors include steven spielberg, ben affleck, and barbara streisand. the protest sparked by the killing of unarmed black men by police officers were quickly viewed as antipolice but the president praised law enforcement at a forum
yesterday saying the overwhelming majority are doing the right thing. other critics says it suggests other lives don't matter but the president says it just allows african americans to address a specific issue in their communities. it's 8:15. we are checking in with sal castaneda. you had problems popping up earlier but it's starting to get normal. >> things are getting back to normal. which is nice. we have a couple issues out there still. we will start with highway 24 the drive between walnut creek and oakland have been moderate. a lot of people have been on the road but there have been better than usual conditions here. at the bay bridge it hasn't been that way. on fridays the volume is ever so slightly lighter and that does help things out. still about a 25 minute delay getting into san francisco. we had an earlier problem on 580 westbound at high street and traffic is backed up out of san leandro. as i push back here on the maps i can pull back. you can see traffic is very slow in the east bay.
i'll tell you what is is not bad in friday light, that would be livermore to dublin. 8:16 let's go to steve. thank you, sir. we will get right to it here. hurricane patricia went from category one and category five in a blink of an eye. very warm ocean temps help in that. it looks like the eye is taking a turn. if it does it would be more toward gatt guadalajara. wind is 200 miles an hour sustained. that is sustained. and gusts are 250 miles an hour. category five is 157 miles an hour. it's blowing through the chart. if ever there was a case for a category six, this is it. the wind speed with that now again it may decrease a little bit but it will still be a power house by the time it
arrives which will be later today and into tonight. it will be catastrophic and devastating. you put that much energy you will have a lot of issued. waves 25-30 feet. there will be incredible amount of rainfall here. it weakens when it moves over land. all of this energy is moving toward texas. and then down in towards louisiana and all the way to the northeast by next week. so even though it will lose its hurricane, it will turn post tropical or extra tropical. it will be a major impact even in the southern utah and ohio valley. bath water. absolute bath water here. we don't want to forget olaf which is moving away from the hawaiian islands. moving north now. olaf once it moves into the relatively cooler water even though the pacific is very warm, it may give us some rain
next wednesday. there are signs it will move toward us. the question is will it split, will it stay together? will it stay to the north? it's just too soon to say. we have a lot of high clouds coming over us. thick fog out there. it will be a partly sunny to partly cloudy day. kind of a mixed bag there. 40s and 50s on your temps. we will see a cloudy to mostly cloudy weekend. fog for some. hazy skies and mild and warm inland. temps 60s and 70s and a few 80s. but the trend is to take these temperatures down. all right. sal. where am i going. >> we heard from sal. >> gasia. >> very busy day. the u.s. soldier killed during a raid on an islamic state prison has been identified. the department of defense says he was master sergeant joshua l. wheeler of roland, oklahoma. he was stationed at the u.s.
army special operations command. he died in a fire fight during the raid. he is the first casualty in iraq since the u.s. began his campaign against the islamic state there in 2014. the bay area family of a u.s. marine pilot is remembering her son who died in the line of duty. he graduated from castro valley high school and the university of san francisco. he was killed wednesday when just after taking off from a base in england something went wrong with his fa18. witnesses say he steered his jet away from a neighborhood about 70-miles from london. he ejected just before his jet crashed into a field but didn't survive. serene was on his way back to the u.s. after spending six months fighting isis in the persian gulf and syria. he father says he spoke to his son shortly before the crash and they planned to meet in san francisco. >> his last words were dad, see you in two days.
and two hours later he had an accident. every child is very special to their parents but i think he was way beyond that. he was best among the best. >> his family describes him as adventurous and outgoing and says he could always light up a room. they worry about his safety but he always reminded them he chose to fly and he loved it. if you can't get enough of cheese it turns out you're not alone. in minutes the new study that suggests cheese is actually addictive. >> plus fit bit hacked from several feet away. good news is the work of a security firm based out of sunnyvale.
1969 chevy malibu 307 underneath. >> you remember the video for this one sal? >> i don't remember the video. no, i don't. i don't know if they had videos for these. i guess they did. i want to thank high five guy for requesting this. high five guy 528. thank you. sal's traffic jams happen every friday. >> i realize i was talking about the van halen version. they probably didn't have videos back then. i love this story, sal. let's take a quick peek at markets. we had a great day on the market. all three indexes closed up in a major way. earl on in here the dow is adding 100 points. s & p and nasdaq looking very strong so far. twitter ceo jack dorsey
says he is giving a third of his stock to the employees. the stock is worth about $200 million. it will go to the employees equity pool. it's basically stock options and can be used as incentives for current employees or attract new talent. since dorsey retook the ceo post, twitter has scaled back laying off 8% of its work force. he tweeted last night i would rather have a smaller part of something big than a bigger part of something small. a bay area security company has managed to find way to inject computer code into the popular fit bit fitness trackers. >> scanned fit bits from ten feet away using a blue tooth antenna. she was able to up load unauthorized software. fit bit will still continue to monitor the issue.
instagram is releasing a new video app. it's called boomerang and competes with twitters vine app. although they are one second long created by five burst photos it is a stand alone app but the videos can be shown on instagram or elsewhere. facebook is rolling out powerful search capabilities that can tap into what the internet is talking about at any given moment. >> they are expanding search to include all public posts. the search has been a long work in progress for facebook. facebook made it possible to search for what friends are saying about popular topics. facebook users conduct more than 1.5 billion searches a day. the shigella outbreak that started in san jose has spread and now four counties have people who are sick because of it. details on the legal fallout behind the shigella outbreak. >> one of the most powerful hurricanes is heading to the pacific coast of mexico. we're watching this category five. we'll tell you about the impact
it will have to bay area people who are traveling and flights. >> good morning. we are look at a commute that is still pretty busy out there. especially if you are driving in the east bay. we'll tell you a little bit more about that south bay commute. >> we have a lot of high clouds over us. we talk about a change for our weekend weather. we also have a whopper of a hurricane. strongest ever here.
potentially. at least 29 flights from around the country have been canceled because of this storm. coming up we will get a report from janine de la vega. she is live at sfo and she is trying to find out how many flights are canceled and how that will be effecting other flights as well. >> it's 8:30. we will check traffic and weather. it appears it might be heading farther south. >> more toward good hall hear a. it looks like the eye is taking a turn. it looks like it's moving south but it's an absolute beast of a system. watch in the last few frames how it moves north. we'll see if that maintains. it's 101 miles from the coast. so it looks like it's inching closer. on friday afternoon and evening but you can see the impact of
this just the strongist ever in terms of wind and pressure. still it's the strongest ever here. there were typhoons that were measured by satellites that were stronger. gusts recorded at 250. moving north it looks like it's moving toward the east now. once it moves inland it will lose a lot of its energy but not before it does. for us a lot of high clouds and low clouds in place. temperatures 40s for some. 50s for others. it looks like a day where temperatures are coming down a few degrees. so fog for some. hazy skies too. there is not much of a breeze. at least not yet. partly sunny and cloudy. mild to warm inland. 60s and 70s by the coast. hello sal. >> hello, steve. people ask all kinds of questions. yes, i was using -- so i got dj
have all kinds of head phones. let's take a look at what you have. you might want to bring your music for that extended road at the bay bridge toll plaza. we had an earlier accident. it's gone. no one was hurt. you will see some slow traffic. it should be a lot better than it is now. there are no major problems as you get on to the bridge. 101 southbound we had a crash at caesar chavez. but you will see traffic that is getting better now that it's gone. hurricane patricia being called the strongest hurricane ever observed in the pacific ocean. it's expected to make landfall later today. fox 2 janine de la vega at sfo
to tell us about the impact it's having on flights in the area. >> reporter: this is having an impact on flights that are supposed to arrive or depart to puero vallarta. we are here at the international terminal at sfo. there has been one cancellation that was supposed to leave this morning. where you will see an impact is the connecting flights. that is because hurricane patricia is a category five. the highest level. forecasters are calling it potentially catastrophic. it's supposed to make landfall this evening and it's expected to dump 6-12 inches of rain there. forecasters say waves up to 39 feet may crash on the beach when it hits. local officials declared a state of emergency because of the flooding and mud slides that are expected. some tourists are being
evacuated. the hurricane has reached 200 miles an hour winds. that is the strongest on record to make landfall. you can imagine people are trying to get out of there. i checked the arrival flights to sfo again. the majority of them connect through lax and all of them are canceled. so people who are vacationing there will be having a tough time getting back here to the bay area. reporting from sfo janine de la vega ktvu fox 2 news. time is 8:34. san jose homicide suspect was captured in mexico after 18 years on the run. the fbi announced yesterday ruben ramirez lopez was arrested in guadalajara for the murder of his brother. ruben lopez will be tried in mexico. the fbi is offering a $10,000 reward for the arrest of his brother david. now to the south bay where a man took matters into his own hands after walking into a burglary in his own home.
police say 29-year-old albert samuna came home and interrupted a burglary in progress. >> i was asking why are you here? and he started walking in the house, i just grabbed him. that is when his buddy ran out and pointed his hand at me like he had a gun. i shoved his buddy and i said get out of my house. the big guy ran out but the little guy decided he wanted to fight with me. for the first five years of my adult life office a professional fighter. so i started kicking the crap out of him and he started limping out and running. >> she was shot in the shoulder but was able to call 911 himself. the burglars left behind a purse that was filled with jewelry and a safe they dragged into the hallway. police say they have no leads on the suspect.
clearly they picked the wrong house. time is 8:35. san jose state will hold a candle light vigil to remember a student who died days after being pulled unconscious from a swimming pool. he was practicing with the schools water polo team when she was found under water. officials at pinole valley high school say five students were hospitalized after taking the prescription drug xanax. two others who also took xanax were sent home with their parents. the school says concerns about the students well being surfaced around lunchtime yesterday. >> teachers and staff noticed seven students who were acting in a way that gave them concern. and notified the health officials and law enforcement. >> it's still not known how much xanax the students ingested or where they got it. xanax is a prescription drug used to treat anxiety.
a shigella outbreak has grown to 110 cases and spread to four different counties. cases in santa claire a san mateo, alameda, and santa cruz counties all originated from the restaurant in downtown san jose. martin chavez and his wife ate there friday night and spent the last few days at kaiser santa clara. >> by the time i got to the emergency room i was in pain. my whole back and my nervous system my muscles, my bones were hurting. >> several patients including martin and his wife have filed lawsuits against the restaurant owner for medical expenses and lost wages. u.s. coast guard has carried out a major cocaine bust. they intercepted $40 million worth of cocaine yesterday. it was off loaded in florida.
six suspected smugglers were taken into custody during that seizure. it will be less expensive for the families of federal inmates to stay in touch with them over the phone. they are lowering the average cost of inmate calls by limiting the fees prison phone service providers can charge. the fcc is capping per minute phone call costs. they will no longer be able to force people to pay for calls in 15 minute blocks. the santa clara county jail is exploring options on how to equip its deputies with body cameras. the program was announced in the wake of michael tyree's death. three jail guards are accused of beating him to death. the mercury news reports among the issues that still have to be decided is when the cameras will be turned on and how the video will be shared with the public. right now no jail in california has a body camera program but san francisco is also working on implementing one. a former san jose police officer is suing santa clara
police officers for a traffic stop that turned violent. the suit is asking for $2 million in damages. it stems from a two-year-old traffic stop that may have been racially motivated. martin monica was pulled over in october of 2013 for not having a front license plate. he says he was grabbed and forced to sit on the curb. in court documents monica who is latino says police officers have a habit of stopping undesirable cars and harassing minorities who drive those cars in an effort to get them to leave the city. time is 8:39. now to nashville, tennessee where one person has been killed and two others in a shooting. it happened last night after a fight over a dice game broke out in an outdoor courtyard. the man who died was not enrolled at the student. the two people injured are students. they are expected to be okay. so far police do not have a suspect in custody.
this incident comes one week after three people were wounded by gunfire at an off campus party. >> a newly released emergency response report is out after a deadly shooting at sacramento city college. it says that day roman gonzalez was killed it took colleges system 36 minutes to send out a life saving message. and the public information officer couldn't remember critical log on codes to send the campus alerts. the report recommends the staff should have quarterly drills to. staff members will also discuss the reports recommendations early next month. coming up a shift in the election polls. ben carson has moved into a dominant position in iowa. surpassing donald trump. the required -- trump is
supported by 19% and that is downpour points. in the meantime there could be trouble in jeb bush's camp. he ordered across the board pay cuts to his campaign. that includes downsizing the staff in miami and cutting payroll by 40%. the campaign is also parting ways with some consultants. the move is expected to save about $1 million a month. the babies health not only depends on what mom does. up next a new study on how dads may play a big role even before the baby is conceived. >> plus adel wasting no time in making no announcements when it comes to her return to music. >> good morning. we are looking at a commute here where traffic is going to be busy still as you drive around the maccarthur maze. we'll take a look at this and the bay bridge getting into the city. >> plenty going on. we have changes for our weather. a lot of high clouds on the
this song even per dates ipods. >> remember this video? >> yes. it's also used as walk up music for michael morse when he was a san francisco giant. just so you know. this was requested by michael fee. there we go. there is a way you can contact us here. that is by #ktvu facebook and instagram and twitter. and i will see your request. >> all right sal, thank you so much. will is more and more evidence that is not just mom but dads lifestyle and health that can effect your baby. pam cook is telling us now. she is joining us that the baby can be effected before it's conceived. >> yes we are hearing so much about what women should do before, during, and after pregnancy. but what about dad?
it turns out dad's lifestyle choices matter. taking folic acid before becoming pregnant and make sure you are at healthy weight and avoid pregnancy and stay away from smoke. this new study out of canada made an important discovery. it shows what is transmitted into a specific protein in a fathers sperm is essential to the health of his baby. >> if you think about a spool of thread. that spool being the thing the dna wraps around. and what they found is that certain environmental factors can maybe that spool defective. >> drinking, drugs, and stress also high sugar levels and cleaning solvents that if found in the dad can have an effect
on his future baby. the study found not only can some of the environmental factors effect his baby but grandchildren as well. according to a new study as well your love of cheese just might be an addiction. well yeah. researchers say gouda makes you feel so good because of a chemical called kasin. it's found in dairy products and triggers your opiate section. influence of cheese is so strong they call it dairy crack. the addiction is even stronger when it comes to highly processed cheeses. there is also new evidence this morning that shows high schoolers in the u.s. are just not very happy in the classroom. a survey done in collaboration with the born this way foundation which is an organization founded by singer lady gaga. students consistently have
three key feelings when they are at school. at the top they are tired with 39% of students feeling this way during class. stress came in at second with 29%. and bored was third at 26%. researchers warn the negative feelings can effect students attention and decision making as well and over all school performance. time is 8:48. sal, i certainly felt that way when i was in school. did you? >> tired. you know how it is when you're a teenager you can sleep in 1:00 in the afternoon. >> i remember when i was a senior in high school i had senior aye this. [ laughter ] >> let's take a look at what adults have to do. they have to commute to work in their cars, well, sometimes. or the train. this is coming around to the maccarthur maze. we have a crash that could have been much worse. they cleared it off the bridge
rather quickly and things are recovering still. if we take a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza you will see traffic doesn't look too bad here. it's a normal 20 minute delay. also look now at the commute on westbound 580 that is a nice looking drive as you head over. if you look at the peninsula, there is a little bit of slow traffic on northbound 101. 8:49 let's go to steve in the weather center. >> thank you, sir. we have a lot of high clouds over us. our weather will change over the weekend. let's get to the strongest hurricane. there may have been typhoons with stronger pressure. those were measured by satellites. these were measured by humans. there is the eye taking a turn. hurricane forced winds extend out to about 30 miles. tropical storm forced winds 175. but i saw around manzanillo it was 117 miles an hour. if i was to say it looks like it's taking a turn.
we'll see. moving north and then zoom it's heading rapidly. still wind 200 miles an hour. hurricane hunters above the eye it was 89 degrees. it's unbelievably fueling on warm weather. gusts to 250. i do think it's taking a turn to the east. there will be just torrential rain. some of the mountainous areas i would say two feet wherever it makes landfall. it looks like favoring more manzanillo. this will continue into texas and the deep south. these are the water temps. we also have a hurricane olaf. this is a major hurricane but it's moving north. some of this moisture looks like as it moves into the
cooler pacific waters. it's 120 miles an hour. some of this moisture is on track to pay us a visit. it looks like next wednesday. if it does and holds together and doesn't split, we will get rain out of it. again we have a long way to go. a lot of high clouds moving in over the next few days. fogs 40s and 50s. cloud cover held up a little bit. there is plenty of clouds on the way. we're looking at a partly to mostly cloudy day. hazy skies. this is is just high cloud deck coming in. 80s on the temps. 60s and 70s for others. and extended outlook has a lot of high clouds. partly to mostly cloudy. could be light rain and calistoga north. i would say on sunday and monday looks okay. increasing clouds on tuesday. we've lost sight of olaf because of patricia which went from category one to category five in a day. >> and it's fueled by el nino? >> that helps a lot. there is a lot of similarities to hurricane linda which was in the exact same spot that was an
el nino year. i would think that water temp had a lot to do with that. this was not predicted to get that intense that fast. in less than three weeks caltrans plans to implode the main support of the old eastern span of the bay bridge. yesterday ktvu got an up close look at it. most of the steal and concrete pier is below the water surface. shortly before the implosion crews will turn on come sos that -- compressors that will produce a wall of bubbles. the wall of bubbles will reduce the shock of implosion on nearby wildlife. caltrans is planning to offer a live feed of the november 7th demonstration. the next amgen tour of california will not run through san jose. it will start in san diego and end in sacramento. it starts on may 15th. the race will run through monterey county and there is one stage in santa rosa.
it will include steps americans should prepare for severe weather like buying flood insurance and what to do before, during, and after a flood hits. now to the latest on lamar odom. fans have been contacting lamar and his exstranged wife on social media offering to give up their kidneys. some people are actually sending them their blood type and contact numbers. others are trying to sell their kidneys to him. odom was hospitalized last week after becoming unresponsive at a las vegas brothel. since then he has regained consciousness and has received kidney dialysis. [ music ]
she has an amazing voice. the song hello was shot in montreal's country side and finds the singer in the aftermath of a messy breakup. adel tries to make sense of the fresh wound. the academy award winning theme song for the james bond film of the same name. coming up in two minutes. today the next movie of a silicon valley icon will be released nationally today. we'll talk live to one of the stars of the next steve jobs movie seth rogan. >> go easy on him. we thought we'd be ready. but demand for our cocktail bitters was huge. i could feel our deadlines racing towards us. we didn't need a loan. we needed short-term funding. fast.
mexico. we're checking the status of flights out of the bay area and taking a look at conditions as hurricane patricia gathers strength. >> and actress comedian mary lynn is performing at kolbs comedy club tonight. she is joining us onset to talk about her time on the screen. good morning it's 9:00 welcome to mornings on 2 the 9. we have a beautiful day. look at the clouds we are seeing from our photographer. and now focusing in on those ports of oakland. we have a pretty good show today. i would say. we are going to be talking to joe fonzi about that terrible performance. >> terrible. that is being nice. >> yeah i was being charitable. and we are talking about that swarm of earthquakes