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let's me know that i'm not alone. we can get through this. >> the healing begins at uc merced. >> and the jail under fire after a man dies while in custody. >> i want you to read not the left winged stuff but the neutral stuff. plus ben carson on the defense and his fight to allegations that he is exaggerating his accomplishments. this is ktvu morning news weekend.
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good morning everyone. a live look over san francisco. >> what a beautiful shot that is, that fog just kind of creeping over there. it is a little bit overcast but gorgeous. i don't think we can complain. >> no. >> about that this morning. welcome to mornings on 2. saturday november 7th. i'm claudia long. >> and i'm russ palumpbo. the forecasts going to be bright. >> and as you know lower temperatures coming 30s in the north bay and here is the view as we look towards sunshine. mostly clear skies away from the coastline and those low fog and the clouds working towards us and mostly cooler temperatures. areas like pacifica and half moon bay and daily city, you will notice in the afternoon.
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let's check in on the current conditions. 41 degrees half-moon bay and 50 san francisco and 40 in livermore. a cool start and chilly in santa rosa. four degree about freezing. 36 outside the door. these numbers are where we were yesterday and as we get into the afternoon, temperatures will be very similar to yesterday. just going to shave off a few degrees as we get closer to the second half. 42, foster city right now, 39 in mallo park and 38 degrees in wood side and let's shift in the easts bay and take a look at a few more numbers getting outdoors in alamo and danville and in the upper 30s this morning. 46 at pittsburgh and 45 for antioch. the futurecast model will show you the low clouds developing and staying along the coastline for the afternoon today. that is the first change and by the second half of the day as temperatures cool some, that will be the second change. that's about the transition we will see for today. as we get into tomorrow, we do have rain on the way and it
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looks like we could cake up with rain by tomorrow morning. for the afternoon highs, 62 pacifica and upper 60s for oakland and 60 livermore. i will have a look at when the rain arrives and more snow for the mountains. back to you. a fire and a commercial building goes up in flames. firefighters are still on the scene two hours after the enormous blaze began. these are the dramatic flames shot from home video. fortunately at this hour they are finally out and no word yet on the cause and apparently no one was in the building when it went up. in los angeles crews are still on the screen of a major house fire in west lake. it began with a loud explosion there this morning. and at this hour, they also are finally out those flames and here as well. there are no reports of injuries. new this morning, police are trying to figure out what
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lead to a deadly crash along 580. a car went off of the road at mountain boulevard and hit a tree. the driver was pronounced dead at the scene and no one in the car. at one point all lanes were blocked off but that freeway is now back opened. in san francisco a woman accused of driving under the influence and hitting two, 12- year-old boys in a crosswalk is free on bail. the 30-year-old woman posted a bail of $250,000. in addition to the dui charged with two felony counts of child endangerment with allegations of grade bodily harm. the boys were hit on their way to school and both of the suffered serious injuries and still in the hospital. ktvu has learned that one boy has bleeding on his brain and broken bones and the second boy has several injuries that include a broken leg and we are told he is having seizures. both of the were crossing the street at bay and bucannon when they were hit. now to a traffic alert.
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expect heavy congestion in san francisco near at&t park for the next week. the intersection at 4th and king will be closed for construction on the central subway project. the work started last night and will run through next saturday. during all of this, buses will replace trains on the t line and the e line will not run this weekend or next week. the central subway will be finished in 2019. on the peninsula. cal train is replacing the tillton bridge in san mateo, 100 years old and there are four others that will be replaced because they don't meet earthquake standard and that means no rail service to some parts of the city and riders will take buses between the hayward park and burlingame station. new this morning a man dies in custody at the con ta cost central jail. a deputy found the inmate unresponsive in his cell.
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deputies and medical staff performed c p rbefore he was rushed to the hospital. he was later pronounced dead. the sheriff's office is launching a joint investigation in his death. and the saneta clear jail officials meet for the first day, the main jail is in santa jose and has had several incidents including a death of an inmate and three face murder charges, the commission is judges and mental health experts and civil rights activists and former inmates. it starts at the county government building in san jose. now to the violent attack on the uc merced campus. students comforting each other and making sure that no one feels alone. i thought i was the only one that was like suffering and just seeing like everyone crying and hugging and crying.
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it made me feel like everyone is going to be okay. >> we are a strong community and have each other's back and sticking together through weakness and strength. >> classes resume just yesterday for the first time since witnesses say an 18-year- old from santa clara stabbed four people before campus police shot and killed him. as a symbol of forgiveness students also put candles in the shape of a heart right here for that alleged stabber. students at berkeley high have a powerful al lie in the form of a discovery message left on a computer. the naacp is demanding change because of not enough done for african-american students. the male students that confessed to writing the remarks will face discipline actions which could include expulsion. december 9th will be
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designated as take back the day that student had written a lynching would take place. >> it can't be brushed under the rug or not a joke. death threats are not a joke. >> we are unified and we will not stand by what people threaten our students and threaten our children. well those racist threats come on the heels of two other incidents. a few months before that, the school recalled its yearbooks after in -- no know straighters to trash collectors after those employed as trash collectors. barbara lee is going to hos a community forum on racial justice and it will include the black lives matter movement. from 2 to 4 at the st. paul church at ashby avenue in berkeley. ben carson comes out swinging at the media over questions to his alleged
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scholarship to west point. the questions were from a book gifted hand. carson wrote i was offered a full scholarship to west point but poe litco says they couldn't find any record of carson being nominated for admission. carson is now saying it was all a misunderstanding. he now claims that he got a "in formal offer "that he never pursued. i was told it would be very easy for me. >> so that should have been a little clearer on page 57 of your book, correct? >> i guess it could have been more clarified. >> when you are a front runner people start looking at every aspect of your life and checking it against what you said and the official record. >> well, carson will probably be able to clarify his stories on the record at the next republican debate coming up on tuesday. you can watch it exclusively on the fox business channel that will be held in milwaukee. the main debate at 6:00 p.m. our time and i will be there
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for you reporting live throughout the entire night. well, the 7 year stalemate over the keystone xl pipeline is over. president obama rejected the deal talked about the pipeline and the effects it could have on the environment. if approved it would have delivered oil from alberta canada to refineries on the u.s. coast but oil is now cheaper and the president said it is not in the country's national security interest. >> this pipeline would neither be a silver bullet for the economy or the express lane to climate disaster. >> republican candidates said that the president is making the country less energy dependent and ignoring jobs. the flu has hit the bay area and has turned deadly. the newest information about the youngest victim. new flights to egypt and
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the decision that russians have made to keep many safe. now that we are in november, time to dust off the ice cade, it is now open and in the parking lot of the south shore center, go to ktvu.
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welcome back. good morning to you. oh, man, we need holiday music for this shot giving you a live look to union square where we have a ice rink already up. and the tree, oh, man, can't wait to see that all set up. we do have a nice week and sunshine and rain tomorrow and i will break it down for you coming up. rosemary, take a look at
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these pictures, whales between pacifico and half moon bay. the whales look like the endangered hump back whales. that's a great sight. and science lovers at at&t park. >> the 5th annual science festival is wrapping up. we have christian kapman out there and we will check with him. a great day to go out there and let's head over to rosemary for a check of really the weather. >> what they can expect at the park, correct? >> we saw that fog on the earlier shot so it may still be cool out there. >> it is chilly. in fact numbers similar to how we woke up yesterday morning meaning we were in the 30s yesterday morning. yes, mid to upper 30s for the valley locations but today a nice day and rain, a win-win for all of us giving you a look at a beautiful sunrise.
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36 degrees right now in santa rosa and san francisco at 51 and oakland at 43 and livermore 40 for you and san jose if you are stepping out at this hour, 44 degrees outside your door. maybe to walk the dog, maybe for a cup of coffee and bring a jacket and if you like it cool it is a nice morning for a run. today, we are mostly sunny and a storm out of the gulf of alaska that will bring us more cooling and bring us some rain and snow to the sierra and going to bring levels all the way down to 4,000 feet talking about the snow and here is the future cast model sunday and we will take a look at our numbers today and there is that rain already moving in early on. so while we sleep, we got that rain that begins to move in the north bay. by 6:00 it is now a little bit more widespread with the showers and 8:00, 9:00 and it continues and by 10:00 we have some here along the peninsula and in the noon hour and getting scattered showers and the north bay may have a break
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and portions of the central and south bay with light rain and futurecast model and it will change as we get closer and to take away here, we got rain for at least the first part of the day and the second half we may get clearing and partly cloudy for the second half of the friday and as far as rainfall totals most areas receiving quarter inch or less and for sunday and then monday the center of the storm moves over the area, we may see more rain and we may see thunderstorms because that's when the most unstable air will be moving across the bay area. before today, mostly sunny skies away from the skyline, pacifica and half moon bay, 69 for sausalito and 68 for oakland and 67 in castter valley and upper 60s for brentwood and livermore, the numbers are like yesterday but just a tad cooler. 69 san jose and along the
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peninsula. 70s for redwood city and mid 60s for san francisco and low 60s and mostly cloudy skies and half moon bay and the extended forecast with your weather in view. and the rainfall which we are liking that idea and snow maybe for the sierra. if you are going there the snow levels will drop sunday afternoon. you may need chains on sunday and look at the temperatures for the afternoon. as we get into sunday, monday, tuesday and upper 50s to low 60s so we fell into fall this past week with temperatures dropping off and we will be colder for next week. you know what i like about that forecast when you talk about the rain, you said let's not have too much too fast and it looks like it is kind of we are getting some easing in because of that fear of floods. >> right. >> still really -- >> it is real.
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we eventually will deal with it. >> definitely. >> all right. well, i did want to bring out my big parka to work this morning. >> it's not that cold yet. >> but i didn't. not yet. it will come. all right. thanks a lot, rosemary. you're welcome. >> an early holiday gift for skiers and snowboarders at lake tahoe. >> we got one more minute, guys. one more minute. >> all right. bor reo resort turned on its lifts yesterday for the first time in 11 years the mountains are open on opening day. got a foot of new snow earlier and since then perfect conditions to make snow. those that hit the slopes said the conditions are great this early in the season. it was amazing. all summer long envisioning and that is my favorite time of year and this is why i live in tahoe. that's why we love to go to tahoe. >> i'm dying right now. i want to head up there and
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take a few runs. we all have to go together. more snow in the forecast for the week as rosemary just said, that's especially good news for a resort that puts up 300 people to work during the peak of the season. that's good to see. >> we need a long skiing season. we have been waiting for that. let's hope this continues. all right 7:0019. new developments on the future of crab. the changes coming. time now for the pet of the day. this is cocoa. you see this boxster. so cute. look at that smile. >> a big broad smile on cocoa. good with most dogs and great with kids but not a fan of cats. imagine that. cocoa is available for adoption through pet pals for more information go to our facebook
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new this morning. a powerful earthquake in chile but no reports of damage. a magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck 185 miles northwest of the capital of santiago and had the depth of 22 miles. that quake shook buildings and it first prompted emergency officials to issue an alert about the poke of a tsunami but that alert was later canceled.
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and now to brazil where rescuers are looking for survivors after two major dams burst there. they burst open in an iron oree mine. one person is dead. unleashing possibly a toxic mix of water and residue from the nearby mine. the water and ray clay and mud clay streamed down the mountain side as residents tried to walk to dry land and officials are determining if any people are missing. and now to the latest develops in the russian charter plane that went down in egypt. egyptian authorities are checking all airport footage for any activity related to the crash. u.s. and british intelligence are looking to the possibility that a bomb brought down the plane. flights were suspended because of security concerns. u.s. officials are expected to unveil a plan to close the guantanamo bay detention center
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and some of the prisoners could be headed state side. the pentagon may send them to the correctional facility in colorado. the obama administration is hoping to convince congress and detain yeas that can't be transferred safely to be housed in the u.s. one of 7 prison sites in colorado and california and kansas are being considered. new this morning the us marines has released its findings on a helicopter crash that killed more than a dozen people in napal this summer. a marine from california was among those killed. investigators say it was the crew's decision to use the most direct route during rescue operations in napal that caused that may 12th crash. they determined that the huey chopper was in unfamiliar terrain and flying in bad weather. 13 people onboard died including sergeant seaman.
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it was a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit in april. california is changing the way it scoots death row inmates. the choice that officials will be making and why it is more humane. in response to that russian jetliner crash and just in time for the holiday travel season we will tell but security changes coming to overseas airports. outside our doors another cool start to the day, we will check on your current conditions and your afternoon highs and tracking rain for the second part of the weekend. pancreatic survivors with family and friends to head to downtown san jose for the run and walk. the event raises funds for research and awareness about the disease. it starts at nine a.m. and at discovery meadow in san
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jose. here is a look at the top stories we are following for you. an investigating is under way into the death of an inmate at the con ta costtra jail. a deputy found a man unconscious in his cell. paramedics could not revive him. >> uc merced students say the school will recover and be stronger than ever following wednesday's campus attack. 2,000 people took part in the vigil and wished for the quick
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recovery of the four stabbing victims and remembering the life of the attacker. u c merced campus freshman was killed. the students wanted to send a message that merced students always stand united. gop presidential candidate ben carson slamming left winged reporters. political questions claimed in his auto toe biogagfy that he was offered a full scholarship to west point. west point had no record of carson being nominated for admission. in the next hour, we will have more of carson's response to the allegations and his response to the media. we got a little bit of everything. it is a cool morning and sunshine and rain in the forecast. this is a good one. more snow for the sierra. >> and you know i love that. >> yes. >> you love everything. >> absolutely. let's go step by step. first things first. outside our door we are waking up with mostly sunny skies and the low clouds beginning to
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work closely to the coast and taking live shots an san francisco and a little bit of fog drifting in. this is the transition to be occurring in the next 24 hours and by tomorrow morning we wake up and our rain is on. giving you a look at storm tracker two. mostly sunny skies for the bay area. for the afternoon areas, like pacifica and half moon bay and this stretch of the san mateo coastline, we will be under mostly cloudy skies and a lot of sunshine and temperatures mild once again and this morning, a very chilly start. just like how we started yesterday. 36-degree right now. santa rosa and one of the cooler spots here on the map. we have 51 in san francisco and 41 redwood city and low to mid- 40s for the east bay and 40s outside your door in walnut creek and 47 in hayward and 47 in fairfield. squeezing in the east bay, take a look at a few more numbers, a chilly one for alamo. 37 in danville and 45 pittsburgh and 44 right now as
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you head out the door in antioch. here is hoping you don't have to head out the door. here is a look at your day planner. a couple of things. notice how long it takes for us before we get out of the 40s. it takes a few hours, finally ten until 11:00 this morning. temperatures begin to feel more comfortable. by noontime in the mid-60s, 69 for the afternoon high and i have us going to 70. the future cast model taking us to 69 degrees in santa rosa and here is another item of note. as we get into sunset and by 5:00. the temperatures drop off and the afternoon high is 69 by dinner time we are knocking numbers down by a few degrees and maybe even several degrees depending where you are at so this is something to consider. as we get in the afternoon the numbers are like yesterday. low 60s at the coast and mid to upper 60s at the bay and upper 60s inland with a few 70s throughout the area. temperatures will continue to fall with the system that is going to bring us rain and going to bring us snow and i
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will detail that for the second part of the weekend coming up. all right. thanks a lot. rosemary. california's first infant flu death of the sentence has been reported. just two days after santa clara county recorded the state's first adult death. the officials say the infant's death was less than a year old. the children must be at least 6 months old to be vaccinated. the children under the age of one are at an increased risk of severe influenza and health officials recommend everyone over the age of 6 months and officials urge everyone to be vaccinated. last year's version did not work well this year's version is a much better job. health officials say the vaccine this year does match the strain of viruses surfacing across the country. in the east bay, city of pittsburgh a mother of a 2-year- old son is hospitalized.
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she was speeding away from a minor crash when she slams into a pole. her 2-year-old son was ejected and died at the scene. the mother did not have a valid driver's license and she is facing several charges that might include vehicular manslaughter. a deadly accident. a man crossing the freeway was hit and kill by a driver just after 5:00. the officers got a call about a man walking on to southbound near how 287. the chpd says the driver of a white toyota corolla hit the man and he died at the scene and the driver is not hurt and working with investigators. home land security this morning is requiring additional measures to certain overseas airports in the aftermath that have russian jetliner's crash in egypt. government officials say their efforts will focus on commercial flights from at least ten airports and europe. leaving the u.s. is not an issue and just in time for the
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busy holiday travel season. passengers we spoke with say they are reassured by this new level of security. you really can't tell nowadays who is doing what and so i think we have extra security and it will give us a better hand every time we travel. america is a lot different because there is a lot of check points and things they need to know about you and i think it is good. because i feel more safe. officials say the added security on incoming international flights from particular areas is not because of the pacific threat but out of the abundance of caution. the state of california has announced a new protocol for executing prisoners. the plan released yesterday would allow correction officials to pick one of four owe about ituates depending what is available. it would replace the controversial three drug cocktail last used in 2006 at san quentin which was the last time california executed an
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inmate. it has been called cruel and unusual punishment. >> the problem with the three drug method is that the second and third drugs can be painful if the first drug did nod adequately drug the inmate. in colorado there are 747 inmates on death row and the most in country. the state has executed 13 prisoners since 1978 and six have died from natural causes while awaiting execution and 24 have committed suicide. the plan goes to a 60 day public comment where condemned inmates can weigh in on which drugs should be used. the police are using the upcoming superbowl as a platform to shed light on human trafficking. the hospitality industry is being trained to look out for warning signs. this man is a survivor that advocates against human
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trafficking and trains hotel staff how to recommend them against it. she spoke to police at a south san francisco conference center. getting the community engaged in awareness and it has been a big push around the superbowl. >> the city officials, it is an awakening call that we really need to do everything we can. just not for superbowl but from here on. human trafficking happens every day of course but as people start setting their sites on the big game in february, hotel staff are being asked to keep they're eyes and ears open for everything suspicious. a former disneyland part employee was sentenced to jail for trying to trade tickets for sex with a minor. he worked as a dish washer. in july there was an ad on
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craig's list offering the ticket for sex. a judge in san francisco has dismissed stub hub's lawsuit against the golden state warriors. stub hub accused the warriors and ticket masters of inspireing to create an illegal resale market by telling ticket holders that game tickets could be sold through ticket masters. the judge concluded that the arguments were unfounded. the arena will have another hurtle. the budget and finance committee will weigh in on details of the development at a submission meeting on monday. the on thursday the planning commission anonymously approved the approval to move from oakland to san francisco's bay but facing opposition from the mission bay alliance. they say the new arena will cause traffic problems and make it difficult for patients and employees to get access to the nearby ucss medical center. california officials are
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taking millions from our rainy day fund to pay for clean-up from the recent wildfires. 45 million-dollars will go for debris removal left behind by fires. that's on top of the ten million dollars in reserve spending the state previously transferred for the clean-up. the valley fire and beau fire have been declare federal disasters. a large cost could be reimbursed by the federal government. there is a new but not unexpected development in the crab and fishing season. authorities called off the start of the crab season sept set to open on november 15th. the recreational season that would have begun has been postponed. the problem is a neuro toxin found in the crabs and potentially dangerous. state officials say they plan to keep testing until the crabs are safe to eat. that restaurant linked to an outbreak is opened.
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it was closed after 200 people got sick. county health inspectors approved the restaurant's reopening after a deep cleaning there. the owner says he is thrown out all of the food and is starting now from scratch. the people got sick and nothing i can do. i tried to do better this time. >> they had a problem within incident and we have regulations and health inspectors here for a reason and i think it will play out fine. >> health officials may never know how the outbreak started. one of the employees was diagnosed with a sickness but the owner thinks a customer may have brought in a sickness in the restaurant. a bike path is opened inese east oakland. it will eventually stretch to hayward. many bicyclists say the path is long overdue. >> i can ride and get to work
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safely and back home safely. the next stage of the project will be finished in two years. coming up, the streets near at&t park are shut down and in 20 minutes more on the work under way and how long it is expected to slow things down in the area. we are making boats for science and we will explain coming up. happening today. people who have bank of america or merrill lynch credit cards. will get tickets for the museums and you will have to check ahead to make sure that the museum you are visiting is
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open. dancing in your living room. we got beautiful weather today. a nice look into san francisco. low clouds beginning to move closer to the coast. we have seasonal temperatures in store for the afternoon and by tomorrow, big changes coming our way in the form of wet weather moving in. i will detail this next system and i will have your numbers for today coming up. beautiful right now, take advantage of it when you can. >> the largest educational event is coming to a close but going out with a bang. >> the 5th annual bay area science festival wrapping up with discovery day at at&t park in san francisco this afternoon and ktvu reporter christian cap has more of the fun and educational activities. it looks like you are taking part christian. >> >> reporter: absolutely.
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and guys, i have to confess, i am a secret science nerd. i grew up in a science household. my dad got his ph.d. in science and genetics so i love it. this is my jam, guys. we are joined by christina fitzsimmons from uc ff and this morning for this experiment we are talking about buoyancy which means we are building boats for science. let's talk about what we are doing. >> at this point we are taking aluminum foil and building different boats and then testing how much pieces of cargo or pennys that they can hold on the boat. >> i'm guessing the key here is making sure that you have a nice watertight boat. >> yes. >> we don't want to lose any pennys. >> i have a feeling my boat will get swamped quickly. >> you are making me laugh so i will go with my dummy boat. i had it set aside already. our two boats in the water,
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there is one right there and christina, where is yours. >> right here. >> are are we going to go in bold and drop in one at a time. >> let's go one at a time. >> i will go two. i have that much confidence. >> all right. >> two more for me. the boat is looking good. so what is the principal that you are trying to teach kids? >> we are looking at buoyancy. looking at how some things sink and other things float. >> and you know you had an interesting point that this is the age really you are aiming for kids because this is the age to reach them to have an understanding of science. there we go. >> oh! >> there goes my boat. i think we have an underwater cam set up and guys, one other boat, i think. >> look at that. >> see, look at that. now we are doing all of this, all in good fun but there is an important message that this is the age to reach kids to get
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the message across about science technology and engineering and math. >> absolutely. kids before the age of 13 get exposed to the science and really hit them hard and make sure that they are interested. >> and the festival runs and ends today at&t park opens until 4:00 for kids and their families come out and experience it. >> free for everyone and come out and a lot of fun. >> what better things than that. christina thank you so much. guys, this is a blast like we were talking about. you can see down here on the field at at&t. jacob, i am driving him nuts because i moved from the inside to the outside. take a look here. the field is packed with boots and lots of activities for kids to do and the point here is for kids to get hands on with science to integrate science to the education and make sure that they have a love for it. even though i'm not a scientist i have a love for it and that is what this can do for kids. >> and i see you are taking
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part with the under water camera and not just for 13 and younger although that's the primary point there. it is for all ages, everyone needs to be exposed to science. >> you can say i'm about as mature as the average 13-year- old so, yes. let me tell you. >> this is -- i am giving 13- year-olds credit. i think 13-year-olds and younger, once you get kids involved in stuff like this, kids are amazing little scientists and they love to sperm. anybody that has been around kids. you know how it is, they like to try it and see it for themselves and hands on and little scientists and this is the perfect event. >> that's true and starts at ten this morning, free that this is the best price ever. thanks christian and we will check back in as you are getting your science lesson in. >> the crash here at 4th and king, a live picture. well under way. the area is completely shut
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down for the central subway project and we will have more on that coming up in 15 minutes. >> that will slow things down for you. the weather looks great and the sun peeking up. and a nice day and maybe layers and bundle in the morning while it is still chilly. >> today a repeat of yesterday. we will see subtle changes for today and bigger changes for tomorrow and interesting weekend in store. sort of split. if you have outdoor activities i recommend you get out today unless you like the rain. how about this view overlooking the bay towards alcatraz and golden gate bridge and mostly clear skies and the clouds creeping back closer to the coast and temperatures just slightly cooler today and again we are going to begin a transition to wet weather for tomorrow. here is a look at the storm. the front right in here and the back of the system right here and this is where the most unstable air lies right with the center of the storm and
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this is going to come in two parts. the first on sunday and the second on monday. i'll detail that in a bit here. as we get through the sunday morning hours. this is what we will come through. bring us the scattered showers and we begin to see a lull and for monday, the more active weather, the part that includes the possibility of thunderstorms come in the colder air. here is future cast. run through today and tomorrow. as we get to 3 and 4:00 still hugging the coastline, areas like pacifica and the small areas inbetween, the rest of us will be sunny and temperatures similar to yesterday and a lot of 60s and 70s and if you do have plans clouds will spread across the east bay and north bay. now to sunday morning. mostly cloudy skies and there is the rain over the north bay while we sleep and we get to 6:00, now seeing it move to the central bay and portions of the
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south bay and 10:00, some areas seeing scattered showers and some areas are dry and a long the peninsula and the coastline. rain and at noontime we still have the possibility of scattered showers. on and off rain will be the call. for the second half, we may have clearing and a bit of a lull for the next portion on monday. temperatures this morning, under mostly clear skies, 60 in san francisco and 42 in concord and 42 in napa and santa rosa sank to 36 degrees and still there. 68 for san rafeal. 67 for alameda and 67 in danville and 70s for brentwood. morgan hill 70 and along the peninsula. 60s and pacificca mostly cloudy and 62 the extended forecast with the bay area in few and we
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are dry today and rain tomorrow. we will get a break sunday night and come monday, more showers and thunderstorms as far as rainfall totals, the system is going to be cold you but not as much moisture as the last one. a quarter inch and a little bit less for some areas but the temperatures will cool off, upper 50s to low 60s in the forecast for the afternoon as we get to monday and tuesday. for folks that have outdoor plans tomorrow. is this really going to, do you think it is enough to cancel things? >> it looks like the timing. if you have early morning plans, i say there is a good bet that you are going to see scattered showers at some point. you wait for the second half, looks like some clearing behind the front and a lull before the next part rolls in on monday. okay. get it in during the lull. got it. thanks a lot rosemary. well, happening today.
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the 2015rubiks rumble. we spoke with the champion riley woo that can and did solve five cubes in less than a minute. he says there is no secret to being a speed cuber. it just takes patience. take a look at what he did. he will do it. does cal know about this? >> my whole floor knows. >> awesome. look at that. >> 55 seconds. i want to see what gasia mikaelian did with her cube. i think she scrambled it more. >> he is like yeah, my hands are moving at 100 miles per hour. >> that's amazing. if you want to check out the 2015rubick's rumble it starts at 10:00 and gasia will be
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there and the finals at 4:00. >> that graphic is wrong. it is today. not tomorrow. i used to just take the pieces off. and put them back together. >> that way you put the stickers off and put them back on. that's right. >> that's cheating. 753. raining teddy bears and why hockey fans will be throwing stuffed animals on the ice. and denver struggled to make the score respectable in last night's game against the warriors but they did it. the golden state dominates here
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at home. well there it is. no stopping the champions. the warriors. it may be hard to believe but the team may be better than last season. you are watching the game, it is really tough because the game kind of gets boring after a while because they are so dominant. the season is still early. warriors solid gold. rolling over the nuggets 119- 104 and that doesn't show how dominant they were. seth curry lead the way and harrison barns chipped in with 21 points and a three corner and i missed the timing on showing you. the warriors on of-0 to start the season. kyle kapner nick disagrees with
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the decision to bench him tomorrow. they said they will let him to step back and have a chance to breathe. >> i am not out of breath. i don't believe in pressure. pressure is not being prepared for what you want to do. i played four seasons and have been successful. >> not out of breath. kaepernick spoke publicly since the first time that team announced that blaine gabber would start instead of him. kaepernick remains focused as a backup and will support his teammates. meantime, the raiders are off to one of the best starts in years. they have won two straight games and look to build from last sunday's impressive victory from the jets and it won't be easy. the raiders are traveling cross country to take on the pittsburgh steelers at 10:00 a.m. there's a special hockey double-header tonight, the sharks facing off against the rival, the anaheim ducks at 7:30 and there is this teddy
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bear toss. check out this video. cool. this happens with the sharks and the san francisco gold. fans are going to be given teddy bears and then throw them on the ice and they will donate them for charities and children. how cool is that. >> a little snow angel there. >> along with the teddy bears. a good cause. how fun is that. all right. well turning to more serious news at 7:58. another inmate dies in custody and another investigation. we will tell you what we are learning about his death and what's going to happen next. and the show of unity at uc merced following an attack. what the students did as a symbol of forgiveness. reykjavik. oh, so that's how you spell it.
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the healing process begins at uc merced. a candlelight procession after the violent attack. a man dies in custody at contra costa. an attempt to smear and deflect the argument to something else. >> ben carson going after the news media. feisty response to allegations
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that he ex aj atd stories about his -- exaggerated stories about his life. welcome to mornings on 2. this is a live look. you can see the rowers are out. i'm always so impressed with them. early in the morning they get out, get on the water and get to work. >> it's a little cold, but the sun is shining and when you're rowing, i'm sure you're not cold for long. it is saturday, november 7th. i'm cl ashgsaudine. >> i'm -- claudine. >> i'm weather weather coming our way tomorrow. we've got a little bit of everything coming our way. great news. headline this morning, you're right, how chilly it is. giving you a live look outside and across the bay.
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again, we are watching a transition slowly take place for today. low clouds returning to the coastline, mostly sunny elsewhere. temperatures coming down just slightly. for those of us in the valley, not a whole lot of change. but pacifica, half-moon bay, san mateo county coastline, the low clouds are working back, especially into the afternoon. 48 degrees right now half-moon bay. 52 san francisco. low 60s in oakland. low 40s in areas like walnut creek. mid-40s fairfield. santa rosa definitely a chilly spot. santa rosa started out at 36. san jose you're not 48. last half hour we went east, this time we'll cruise along the peninsula. palo alto, 39 degrees to start your morning. 45 at morgan hill and 43 in
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saratoga. the hills a little higher up, los gatos, 47. low cloud deck along the coastline for today and it's really not going to budge as we get into the afternoon, more of the same expected for the coast. because to fill in a little more here, we'll have mostly sunny skies around the bay and inland. widespread 60s for today, a few low 70s in the forecast. here is a better look. 68 in oakland, 70 redwood city. santa rosa 70 degrees into the afternoon, with temperatures cooling about sunset. tomorrow morning, wake up with wet weather. rain for the bay area, snow for the sierra, we'll talk about how much we'll get and time it out for you coming up. major fire in sacramento as a commercial building goes up in flames. the three alarm fire began just
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before 5:00 this morning and se 5 firefighters were called to the scene to battle it back. home video shot from someone standing with cellphone. they say 100-foot flames were shooting out of the century old building and flames took over 50% of that block. no word yet on the cause, but no one, thankfully, was in the building when it went you up. no injuries reported either. it was part of a redevelopment project in the area at the time. in los angeles, crews are also still on the scene of a major house fire in westlake. it all began with a loud explosion there this morning. at this hour, they finally have the flames out. here as well there are no reports of any injuries. new this morning, police are trying to figure out what led to a deadly crash along 50. car went off the road and hit a degree. driver pronounced dead at the scene. no one else was in the car. the roadway has since reopened.
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in san francisco, woman accused of driving under the influence and hitting two 12-year-old boys in a crosswalk is now free on bail. 30-year-old kristen andereck posted bail. in addition to the dui, two felony counts of child endangerment with allegations of great bodily harm. the boys are still in the hospital. we have learned that one boy does bleeding on his brain and broken bones. the second boy has a broken leg and other injuries and we are also told he is having seizures. both were crossing the street when they were hit. expect heavy congestion in san francisco near at&t park for the next week. the central subway project work started last night and runs through next saturday. buses replacing trains on the t line and the e line will not run this weekend or next weekend.
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that central subway project is expected to be finished in 2019. meanwhile on the peninsula, cal train is replacing the bridge in san mateo. it's 100 years old. there are four others that old in the city that are also being replaced because they don't meet earthquake standards. that means there will be no rail service to parts of the city. riders can take buses between hayward park and burlg game stations. new this morning, a man dies in custody at the contra costa county jail. deputies found him unresponsive in the cell this afternoon. performed cpr before paramedics rushed him to the hospital. the district attorney and sheriff's offices are launching a joint investigation into death. blue ribbon commission meets today. the main jail in san jose is under intense scrutiny following several incidents, including the death of inmate michael tyree in
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august. three correctional deputies face murder charges. the new 27 member commission includes judges, mental health experts, civil rights activists and former inmates. the hearing starts at 11 a.m. at the county government building in san jose. now to the violent attack on the uc merced campus. 2,000 people marched in solidarity last night, students comforting each other and making sure that no one feels alone. >> i thought i was the only one that was like suffering and just seeing everyone hugging and crying and -- it's just making me feel everything is going to be okay. >> we are a strong community. we always have each other's back and we're always sticking together through weakness or through strength. >> classes resumed just yesterday for the first time since witnesses say an 18-year-old from santa clara stabbed four people before campus police shot and killed him. as a symbol of forgiveness, students also put these candles together in the shape of a heart
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for the alleged stabber. students at berkeley high have a powerfulal eye following the discovery of a derogatory message found on campus. naacp demanding changes, saying school has not done enough to address threats against african-american students. it was a sentiment shared by many who walked out of class in protest. the male student who wrote the remark is going to face disciplinary action, we're told. school plans to designation september 9th as the take back the day, the day the student wrote a lynching would take place. >> death threats are not a joke, racism is not a joke. >> we're unified and we will not stand by while people threaten our students and children. >> it comes on the heels of two
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other incidents last fall. a noose was found in a tree ask the school recalled the yearbooks changed words that affect blacks and latinos. barbara lee hosting a community forum on racial justice, including black lives matter, institutional racism. it's from 2 to 3 p.m. in berkeley. gop candidate ben carson comes out swinging. first question, the autobiography claimed he had a violent childhood and now agencies that affect his claim about scholarship. he clearly wrote i was offered a wul scholarship to west point. but they can't find any record of him being nominated. he now claims he got a, quote,
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informal offer, which he never pursued and it's a misunderstanding. i want you to read not the left wing stuff, but read some of the neutral stuff, including what the new york times wrote today. read what the washington post wrote today. i'm not talking about left wing organizations there. there is affair way to do this and a very unfair have way to do this. >> carson will probably be asked to clarify stories again on the record at the next republican debate that's coming up on tuesday. you can watch it exclusively on the fox business channel. it's going to be held in milwaukee. the main debate starts at 6 p.m. our time. the seven year stalemate is over over the keystone xl pipeline. president obama rejected the deal, citing the effects the pipeline could have on the environment and climate change. if approved, the pipeline would have delivered shale oil from
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alberta, canada to refineries on the u.s. gulf coast. oil is much cheaper than it was seven years ago and the bottom line is it's not in the country's national security interest. >> this pipeline would neither be a silver bullet for the economy nor the express line claimed. >> the presidential candidates pounced on the decision. several said president obama is ignoring the many jobs the pipeline would have created. coming up the flu hit the bay area and it's turned deadly. new details on the latest infant it killed. security changes are coming. >> very terrifying and scary. >> all right. security changes coming for international travelers coming into the u.s. from certain countries. at 8:30, we'll tell you what passengers are saying about their safety in the aftermath of the russian airliner crash.
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the drought is affecting at pg&e we've definitely put a focus on helping our agricultural customers through the drought. when they do an energy efficiency project and save that money they feel it right in their pocket book. it's exciting to help a customer
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with an energy efficiency project because not only are they saving energy but they are saving water. we have a lot of projects at pg&e that can help them with that and that's extremely important while we're in a drought. it's a win for the customer and it's a win for california. together, we're building a better california. . happy saturday. giving you a live look at the oakland sky line. mostly sunny skies for today, seasonal temperatures on the way and a bit of a chilly start. we'll update current conditions and i have rain to talk about for the second part of your
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weekend coming up. taking place under the blue skies, let's go back to the ashes t and t park where the fifth -- back to at&t park. christian live for us at the park. in the last hour he showed us how to make the aluminum foil boats. >> how to sink a boat. >> what do you have for us now? you look like you're near the slide. >>reporter: you know your at&t park really well. >> i do. >>reporter: i'm impressed. christina said i was cheating. >> you were. >>reporter: i wasn't cheating. i was thinking outside the box. >> you missed the point. >>reporter: but the point is to think outside the box because we're talking kids, science, and who better to teach me and walk
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me through my next science experiment than theodore. >> okay. so we're trying to get to the flowers, melt the ice. and what helps is sprinkling some salt on. to see the cracks, you can score a bit of coloring on to it so that you can see where the cracks are forming like there. >>reporter: so what we're trying to do is see how quickly we can get the ice to melt or refreeze it because it changes the -- is this the kind of thing you think kids like? >> yeah. >>reporter: science is hard sometimes. but what does it do? is this pretty cool? >> yeah. i really liked it. i thought last year it was really fun. i spent a lot of time on it. >> reporter: so let's go, man. >> you can also squirt water. doesn't help as much as the ice, but it still kind of melts the
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ice. >> reporter: and what's the point. we're trying to get to -- >> the flowers or the stick or the log or whatever. >>reporter: okay. and i think i'm going to use a different kind of science tool here. let's see if i can't just start digging my way to that. i have a pretty good feeling this will work better than the ice. >> yeah. i think so. >>reporter: hey, guys. you're not here. you don't understand. this is very scientific. this is a great principle here. >> just so you know, christian, that little girl is stealing the show. she loves science, smart -- that little boy. i'm sorry. >> he's been amazing. yeah. he's been amazing. >>reporter: absolutely.
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and guys this is just one of the displays. we showed you the boats before. we have a shot to sort of give you a panoramic view of at&t park so you can see what we're talking about here. the whole discovery days scientific activity out there, the ice experiment we just ran is just one of dozens. you can see all the booths here. the whole idea is to get kids like theodore here interested in science and math and the best way to do that is to give them hands on experience. >> he's amazing. >> he's amazing and you picked a good day to have that big block of ice out in. >>reporter: it's a little chilly so maybe we'll rely on mother nature to take care of that ice. >> we know who is responsible for that chill. >> yes. bring it on. it's nice out there. >> looks beautiful. >> button the bomber jacket, have nice hot cocoa, coffee. and we have nice weather coming our way. if if it is too cold, wait.
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we have seasonal temperatures coming our way with mostly sunny skies. giving you a live look over portions of the east bay. mostly clear here and around the bay for today where we will have the cloud cover right along the coastline. we are going to see a system approach the coast and that will, again, bring back the onshore flow, the low clouds into the afternoon for the coastline. most of us will be mostly sunny with temperatures falling off just a bit for the second half of the day. ridge of high pressure will remain in control saturday, meaning today will be a lot like yesterday with the low clouds returning to the coastline. subtle changes in store. here's a look at the front that will roll through by tomorrow morning. on the back side, we have the system that will move through on monday. for today, a chilly, chilly start to the day. we have the fog returning and partly sunny to mostly sunny skies expected around the about bay area where we'll be partly sunny right along the coastline. come sunday, the front moves
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through, brings us scattered showers for the first part of the day and then on monday the center of the storm will move over the bay area and that's what will bring us the possibility of thunderstorms on monday. two parts for this system here. as we roll through sunday morning, we start 4 a.m. we've got scattered showers over portions of the north bay. 6, 7:00 it's moving central, along the peninsula and the coastline. as we get into 11 and 12:00, the showers continue primarily over portions of the south bay. this rain event, scattered showers moving through for the first part of your sunday, by the second half we begin to clear out, at least the north bay. central bay, south bay, you may have residual moisture into the 3:00 hour. by 4, 5:00, mostly cloudy, partly cloudy, and dry conditions for the second part of your sunday. if you have plans, that's definitely going to be the better time to be outdoors. we're now into monday. notice all this scattered
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activity going on over the pacific. we could wake up with scattered showers for your morning drive. we're into monday afternoon and showers are still falling over the bay area and that's when we'll actually have the best possibility of thunderstorms as well. as far as rainfall totals, this is a colder storm, but doesn't have as much moisture to work with. we're looking at perhaps a quarter-inch or lesson sunday and maybe a bit more on monday, depending on who gets the showers and who gets the thunderstorms. morning temperatures for you at this hour, 53 in san francisco. 42 in walnut creek. 46 in napa. 41 in santa rosa. santa rosa started out in the 30s, beginning to rebound. that's good news for your neighborhood. afternoon highs for today mostly sunny skies away from the coastline. 69 in novato. 73 in napa. 66 in richland. 66 san leandro, 70 for brentwood. 69 san jose.
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70 degrees in redwood city. 65 san francisco. now that we're into fall, highs come about 3:00 or so and by 5 or 6:00, expect the temperatures to drop off by at least a few degrees. not as warm as what you just saw on your screen as we get into sunset. rain coming our way, snow for the sierra. are you going to the sierra? be prepared for the drive home. by the afternoon tomorrow, snow levels begin to fall and there may be chains required getting back down the hill on sunday. >> i wish i was going to the sierra, all that skiing. >> we'll think about it and start planning. >> thanks a lot. like it or not, the holiday decorating season is already here. >> who doesn't like that? >> a lot of pressure. in 25 minutes, how can you create your own fancy table scape at home? we have experts to help you. we have more when mornings on 2 continue.
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. rain is on the way to the bay area and snow fell in the sierra earlier this week. some areas saw two feet of snow. >> look at those pictures. i'm so excited. i love skiing. the sierra will see more snow. make sure you bring your chains because you might need them on your way home. join rosemary up on our roof.
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hello, rosemary. you have kevin cooper at vail resorts there, right? >> yes. good morning to you. >> good morning. how are you doing today? is. >> great. and even better now that we have more rain and snow coming our way. from what i hear, this could be one of the best starts to the season in years. >> that last one that came through was the perfect setup with mother nature. as the temperature slowly started to drop, we have 18 inches on top of kirkwood, down the at the base about 14 inches. if this next one hits, great start. both using snow making operations right now and we're trying to open up early if at all possible. it's going to be a great year for sure. >> i bet a lot of folks already thinking about could they p get up there for thanksgiving giving weekend. we're hoping el nino will bring us juicy storms this year in the sierra. nobody can really call the
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pattern we'll see over the next few months. >> this last storm was perfect. we had the moisture coming up from the south and it picked it up and then that low came in. that's the connectivity we've been talking about. these are normal storms, but we'll start the see the southern moisture bands start to come up. and as long as they have the connectivity, we'll see a great season. but the snow making systems are up and running. the twenlt first is the official -- the 21st is the official opening day. we're going to cut the tags off on the 22nd. >> i bet a lot of folks are getting hyped. i have to give this man a hug. he sends us the beautiful photos from tahoe every weekend. we appreciate them. thanks for stopping by to see us. >> looks good. >> he's always got the best pictures. a video of him snowboarding to tease us every winter.
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>> good job. 8:27. disappointing news about this year's crab season in the bay area. why getting fresh local crab will have to wait and potentially for a long time. as the bay area gets ready for super bowl 50, some are raising the red flags. what hotel workers and police are being told to look out for next.
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. wook to mornings on 2. i'm ross. >> i'm claudine. >> first infant death of the season from the flu. the instant's death was -- the
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infant's death was in stanislaus county. health officials say children under the age of one are at increased risk of severe influenza. recommending everyone over six months receive the flu vaccine and anyone around children, elderly or compromised immune systems to be vaccinate. this year's vaccine is expected to do a much better job. it matches the strain of viruses circulating right now. in the east bay city of pittsburgh, a mother whose son was killed is in the hospital. she was speeding away from a minor crash when she slammed into a pole. her two-year-old son was ejected and died at the scene. she did not have a valid driver's license. facing several charges. chp investigating while a man was hit and killed trying to cross a south bay freeway. officers got a call about a man
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walking on to southbound 880 near highway 237 in mill peed as. the man was hit by a white toyota corolla. the driver was not hurt and is cooperating. homeland security is requiring additional measures at certain overseas airports. government officials say the efforts will focus on commercial flights from at least ten airports in the middle east and europe. flying domestic clee or leaving the u.s. is not an issue. change could come early next week in time for the bus holiday travel season. passengers we spoke with say they are reassured by the new level of security. >> you really can't tell now daze what is doing -- nowadays what is doing what. >> travel to america is a lot different. there is a lot you have to check before and things they need to know about you. but i think it's good.
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i feel more safe. >> officials say the added security is not because of any specific threat, but out of an abundance of caution. recording the investigation of that russian jet crash, the head of he jipgs investigative team says there is a noise heard in the last segment of the cockpit recorder. they're trying to determine the noise and if it had something to do with the plane going down. u.s. and british ill tell embas officials think it might be a bomb. thursday state authorities called off the start of the commercial crab season that was set to open on november 15th. the recreational season has also been postponed. the problem is a newer 0 toxin that has been found in the crabs, potentially dangerous to humans. state officials are planning on
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testing, to keep testing until the crabs are safe to eat. the san jose restaurant linked to shigella outbreak is back open. mrgs arisco -- mariscos was closed for about two weeks, but county health officials approved reopening. he's thrown out all the food and now starting from scratch. >> i'm sorry for the people that got sick, but nothing i can do. it's not on my hands. i'm trying to do better this time. >> they had a problem and i think we have regulations and health inspectors for a reason, to make sure people are safe and i think that's going to play out just fine. >> one of the restaurant employees was diagnosed with the illness, but the owner thinks a customer may have brought it into the restaurant. federal court judge in san francisco has dismissed stub hub's lawsuit against the golden
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state warriors. they accused the warriors and ticketmaster of conspiring to create an illegal ticket market by telling season ticket holders that they could only be resoled through them. judge found it unfounded. the board of supervisors budget and finance committee is expected to weigh in on details of the new warriors arena development at a special meeting on monday. on thursday, the planning commission unanimously approved the proposal to move from oakland to mission bay. facing opposition from the group mission bay alliance, saying it will cause traffic problems and make it difficult forfor patients and employees to get to the nearby ucsf medical center. the hos pi talt industry is being -- hospitality industry is being taught to learn signs of
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human trafficking ahead of the super bowl coming to the bay area. >> getting the community engaged in awareness has been a big push around the super bowl. >> for us as city officials it's an awakening call. we really need to do everything we can, not just for super bowl, but from here on. >> human trafficking happens every day, of course. but as people start setting sights on the big game in february, hotel staff on the frontlines are being asked to keep eyes and ears open for anything suspicious. former disneyland resort employee was sentenced to a year in jail for trying to trade tickets for sex with a minor. he worked as a dishwasher the at the disneyland resort. in july, huntington beach police saw an ad on craigslist offering the tickets in exchange for sex. prosecutors say an undercover officer responded posing as a
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16-year-old girl. when he showed up, he was immediately arrested. the state of california has announced a new protocol for executing prisoners. the plan released would allow correction officials to pick one of four. the single would replace the controversial three drug cocktail last used in 2006 at an quentin. courts blocked it calling it cruel and unusual. >> the problem is that the second and third drugs can be paf. the single drug method does not present that problem. >> eight states are already use gs the single drug method. five others announced plans to switch. in california currently 747 inmates on death row, the most nft country. the state has executed 13 prisoners since 1978. 68 have died from natural causes
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while awaiting execution and 24 have committed suicide. the plan goes to a 60-day public comment period where condemned inmates can also weigh in on which drug should be used. new bike and pedestrian path is open in east oakland. it will eventually stretch aul the way to hayward. many say the path is long overdue. >> i don't have to wor by about a speeding car crashing me into a parked car. i can just ride to work safely. >> the next phase is expected to be finished in about two years. from needles found in tw ooishgs x bars to razor blades -- twix bars to razor blades in rice crispy treats. halloween treats have issues. trees are going up, ice
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skating rinks are coming out. we'll have decorating tips for you after the break. dry weather in store for your saturday, wet for sunday. i'll break down this pattern and have your numbers for today. we'll check in on the current conditions coming up. as an everyday business person, and not colonel sanders,
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. live look oovr san francisco where no signs of rain just yet. but i am happy to report that we have some on the way. dry weather in store for saturday, wet weather in store for sunday and i'm going to bring you that pattern and what you can expect here coming up in just a moment. let's start out with the headline of the morning. how chilly it is. 41 degrees in santa rosa. if you are just joining us, santa rosa sank to about 36 earlier this morning. we're look pretty good at this point. nooif 0 in hayward -- upper 40s in san jose, half-moon bay checking in at 54 degrees. shifting in along the peninsula, we have 40s in areas like menlo
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park, 47. foster city 46. palo alto good morning. you're at 46. up you are 40s for wood -- upper 40s for wood side. a couple things to point out. it's going to take a little while to pull out of the 40s, especially in the valley locations, sheltered from any type of breeze to help stir up the cold air. we have temperatures in the 40s all the way through about 10:00 or so, and then gradually climbing. a little more comfortable into 11:00. by noontime, areas like santa rosa going to about 70 for the afternoon today. 65 for your lunch hour. upper 60s for the start of the afternoon. but notice by about sunset in the 5:00 hour, temperatures begin to cool off. this goes for everybody. expect temperatures by about 5:00 to begin cooling off by several degrees. we have rain coming our way. it's going to start up sunday morning. going to be over the north bay. eventually it is going to move
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into the central and south bay for the morning hours. i think on sunday the first part of the day is going to be the wet part of the day. and then as we get into the afternoon, we'll have drying. if you have outdoor plans on sunday and you don't want it wet, maybe wait for the second half of the afternoon. as far as rainfall totals, not as much as the system that just rolled through recently. we're looking at anywhere from a tenth of an inch, maybe two tenths in san jose, less than that for most of us. there is a second part of this system and it will bring us showers and the possibility of thunderstorms for monday. afternoon highs for today, we're looking at 62 for pacifica, mid-60s in san francisco. 67 in fremont. 60 in livermore and 70 in areas like napa and santa rosa. in addition to the wet weather coming our way, this is going to be a colder storm. we have sierra snow coming our way and temperatures are really going to begin to fall off. we'll have a look at the extended forecast for you coming up in just a little bit. rain and cooler
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temperatures, we're ready. thanks a lot, rosemary. we're just about three weeks away from thanksgiving. so have you started thinking about your holiday declarations? we'll send it over to krshg laudine, showing us how to dress you up our table. >> any way you look at it, the holiday table can be simple or elaborate. i've got luis here. you can see ideas there on the screen of things we have found on easy ways to show how thankful you are. look how pretty that one is. if you're thinking i don't know how to do it, that's why we brought in a joann crafting expert, luis cook many. on this table, i know you have set thanksgiving is your favorite. >> yes, it is. it's amazing to me on this table you're going to make through the morning a center piece, a runner
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-- >> a table cloth. place mats. >> that seems like a lot of work, but really not that many things that you need to make that happen. cloth, fabric, paper, burlap, scissors. >> and you're ready to go. >> and your expertise. we're going to make place guards. these are lovely. if you think about how to dress up your table to make people feel like you've done something speshlg, this is a really easy way to do it. >> yes. take your stock paper, cut it with the pinking shears. >> you've already cut them out. >> yes. >> and we're going to fold it in half. fold it, crease it. >> see, i can do that much. >> that's your card standing up. >> now we're going to take our fall leaf. >> put it flat. >> and have them coming over. >> is there a wrong way to do this? >> no, there is no wrong way. just want to make sure it goes over so when you stand it up,
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it's standing up. >> as long as you don't need glue and stick things to your face. >> you mean it doesn't go right here? >> so we're going to take the glue and we're going to put it on the end here. >> tell me why thanksgiving is your favorite. as i'm going to glue my hands together. >> i love, love, love thanksgiving dinner. >> well, then okay. we're on the same page with that. now, do you think people are intimidated? i've been in joann fabrics and i'm one of the people that have this idea for a project and i have no idea how to do it. you're surrounded by people who are very, very savvy. do you have helpful classes? or can we go in and bug you? >> we have classes at joann's. and our staff is very knowledgeable. you can always come in and ask for help and we'll be glad to help and assist you in what you're making, even if you don't know what it's going to be.
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>> even if you're not a very good gluer? >> yes. >> i only feel betterer that i'm probably bet -- better that i'm probably better than ross. >> you're probably much better than me, as you've proven many times. >> see. just hold it for a minute. make sure your fingers don't stick. >> that's exactly what's happening right now. i'm going to set that up and show you how awesome that could potentially could look. then remember you'll have food as well at thanksgiving dinner. she's going to keep working for us and show us how it should be done. we'll be checking with in as you create this lovely table and then we'll have a final reveal a little later. ross. >> are you stuck? you are stuck. >> oh, you know, good
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intentions. >> come on over. i'll help you. >> look. >> she did it. she did it! >> looking good. >> that's why we start small. if you think it's still too early to talk about the holidays, the city of san francisco is getting into the spirit. the tree is decorated and the ice rink opened up. we'll try to get the live picture for you back a little later. the official tree lighting takes place on november 27. that tree is looking pretty good, really big too. the event is going to be headlined by singer jordan sparks. that's when they light the tree the day after thanksgiving. the alameda ice rink is now open. dust off your skates and find it in the parking lot of the south shore center. for information on holiday hours, go to our website.
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we've got you covered, ktvu.com is click on web links. up next, an amazing sight off the coast of california this week. the best times you can spot the hump back whales near the bay area. and movie critic's take on spectre, 007's latest mission. stay with us.
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. the 24th installment of the long time franchise bond, james bond, is back. this time he's heading to mexico and rome. >> the new movie is called spectre. >> also a kevin mccarthy with his take on the new film. >> i'm geeking out about the new movie spectre, the 24th james bond film in the franchise. daniel craig's fourth film. sky fall is one of the greatest bond movies of all time and this
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movie, spectre. the basic plot line, bond receives a message from his past. leads him down a path to fight the criminal organization spectre. that's headed by the villain in the film, i won't say his name because it's kind of a spoiler. but you'll find out how he's connected to the bond franchise. his character is somehow connected to the other villains from the previous bond films starring daniel craig. the cool thing is the movie starts off strong in mexico city. daniel craig is brilliant as bond. i love every aspect of the character. and watching him, he's fantastic. the problem is halfway through the movie it falls off and the payoff is not really worth it. i will say for bond fans, you will love all the cars, the action scenes, the bond girl is great. ly. he was a very weak bond village. i didn't feel any menacing qualities from his character. i never feel a lot of danger for
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daniel craig's character as bond. for me that was a problem. bautista has one line, one word, he was more menacing than chris tol p ph. it starts off so strong, the first half is easily a 4 and a half or a five. the second half was more a two and a half. the second half -- i paid the extra $3 to see it in in max, not worth it. see it in regular because it was not shot in the i max format. nowhere near as good as sky fall or casino royale. i think it's good for bond fans, but overall 3 out of 5. i think bond fans will love the cars and all the elements that bond films really have.
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overall, 3 out of five. very underwhelming toward the first, but the first half is amazing. >> matinee it is. new animated movie based on the beloved peanuts comic strip is now in theaters. >> hey, gang, look. a new kid moving in. >> the son of the creator wrote the script for the movie. craig schultz says his idea was rejected for years, but he kept on fighting to bring the characters to the big screen. it's the first big screen release in more than 30 years to feature all of the characters from the comic strip. let's talk about the warriors. there is no stopping golden state. if you're watching them, you know they're pretty awesome. this season still early, of course. but the warriors are the only undefeated team. they rolled over the denver
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nuggets 119-104. once again, steph curry leading the way. scored 34 points. barns chipped in -- there is your three point in front of the corner. the warriors are now the perfect 6-0 to start the season. colin kaepernick is making it clear he disagrees with the 49ers decision to bench him for tomorrow's game. head coach said earlier this week they would allow him to step back in order to have a chance to breathe. >> i'm not out of breath, so i don't understand that reference. i don't believe in pressure. pressure is not preparing you for what you want to do. i've played full seasons and been successful. he spoke publicly for the first time since the team announced gabber would start instead of him. he said he remains focused and will support his teammate. the raiders have won two
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straight games and look to build from last sunday's impressive victory against the jets. the raiders are traveling across the country to take on the pittsburgh steelers today. wake up sunday morning with our sunday sports show, talking 9ers, raiders and more. at 1 p.m., it's the 9ers/falcons followed by the wrap up. uc merced starting to heal this weekend after a student stabs four. the gesture of forgiveness seen at the college. why firefighters say this blaze could have been a lot worse in sacramento, believe it or not. mostly sunny and mild for your saturday. cloudy and wet for sunday. i'll have a look at your temperatures for the afternoon. we'll check in on current conditions and then i'm tracking
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simmons1543 s urge people to use caution before driving -- i'm sorry. diving into that halloween candy. thasz really unbelievable. >> 9:10. days after california's first adult death from the flu, an infant has died. in 20 minutes a break down of who health officials say are at an increased risk for the flu. building a robot -- here at discovery days at at&t park, it's science fun for the whole family. great day with minor changes in store for your saturday. look at your numbers for the afternoon and tracking rain coming your way for the second part of your weekend. before we go to break, we want to check out the progress of joann crafting expert louise cook. >> she's making a fun holiday
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table scape for us. if you are looking to decorate for thanksgiving and who doesn't want to spice things up a little bit on their table, we're going to have a final reveal in about ten minutes. >> no glued fingers yet. >> those are place cards that were awesome and fun. stay with us. we'll be right back. teuntil 2018 on tempur-pedic. plus, helpful advice from the sleep experts. but mattress price wars is ending soon. dude, dude, dude!ing) this is bad. i think we're stuck. we're going to have to like talk to each other or something. nooo. i don't like this elevator. (elevator bell dings) how did that feel? was it fun being stuck? i do not like getting stuck! so, the nissan leaf only gets 84 miles on a charge. the 2016 chevy volt gets an estimated 400 miles or more on a full charge and a full tank of gas. woah! how's that for not getting stuck?
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. good morning, bay area. beautiful fall day shaping up around the region. we have nice weather coming our way. in fact, today a lot like yesterday. a chilly start followed by seasonal temps for the afternoon. this is going to be the dry day of the weekend. wet weather coming our way for sunday. i'm going to break it down for you coming up. check out these pictures. how pretty is that? these are whales breaching. this video was taken between pacifica and half-moon bay. officials with the national marine sanctuary says the whales look like humpback whales. they can reach 55 feet. they are endangered. they can be spotting migrating from may until november along the bay coast. we're on the tail end here, but
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really a pretty picture. the largest science education event is coming to a close today. but it's going out with a big day. >> fifth annual bay area science festival wrapping up at at&t park this afternoon. christian is live at the park with a preview of some of the fun activities. looks like you're about to do something with a robot. >>reporter: yeah. when it fires up, you can hear it going. i had a feeling it was going to come and hit me on my ankle. we're here had with richland high school students who built the robot and we're going to put it through its paces and see what it does. homemade robot and it looks to be stacking boxes. guys, go to it.
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>> well, a lot is going on here. we're here with one of the roboticist. explain what you did. >> atlas was designed to pick up these game pieces. the wheels in the front are the intake that bring the totes in and then we have our elevator system that hooks on to the ends of the totes and lifts them up. >>reporter: was this part of a competition or for fun? >> we did it for a competition and the game this year was to pick up these game pieces and put them on a platform with an alliance with two other robots for points. and it's called recycle rush. you can put recycling bins on top for extra points and noodles inside the bins if you can. rack up your points score even more. >> what i think is pretty cool about all this -- is it going to
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drop them? >>reporter: what i think that's cool is this isn't for a grade. you guys are all doing this -- >> it's for fun. >> reporter: afterschool program, extracurricular? >> yes. >> reporter: and what are you doing it for? you had all the time in the world to do stuff after school, go play x-box, hang out with your friends, why this? >> because it's really interesting and it like sparks or interest that we didn't even know we had. it's not just a robot, it's also the media and the business side and the technical side like the programming and then there is the actual engineering part. they have the business part of funding for, like, the trips and fundraising. >> yeah. you guys got fundraising from chevron, i think you got branding on the back of that. this is part of the idea of getting kids involved in sign science, technology, engineering, mathematics. fun for the family, goes on today until 4:00. >> looks like a lot of fun.
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robot picking up boxes. they made it from scratch. >> reporter: it's pretty loud. i'm hoping that maybe they'll give me a shot with one of the controllers here. i haven't asked yet, but i'm hoping they'll let me try. they're saying not to let me. just because i have broke the last robot doesn't mean i'll break this one. >> kids are smarter than that. >> christian, thanks so much. we appreciate it. let's head over to rosemary with this weather. there is so much to it, it's keeping you busy, keeping an eye on all of it. >> kind of nice, though. we get the best of both worlds all in a weekend. sunshine today and nice temperatures coming our way. by tomorrow, if you like it cloudy and we all could use the rain, we've got rain coming our way. snow for the sierra, snow levels dropping. how about this beautiful view in you can see the sunshine just bouncing off the ground there.
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we have blue skies overhead. low clouds and fog slowly working back towards the coastline for today. san mateo county coastline, you can expect partly cloudy skies. for the afternoon, here's look at the system. here is the front and right in here it's going to take all day before it finally begins to move our way. we're going to be dry through today. the rain moves in early tomorrow morning. i'll show you the model on that in just a moment. rain is coming in on sunday, then a bit of a lull and then the center of the storm will be rolling in on monday. that's where we get that active weather and the possibility of thunderstorms. here's your future cast model, into sunday morning, pushing you ahead as we get into 4, 5, 6:00, notice over the north, by 6:00 into the central bay and continues to move south over the course of the morning. few scattered showers along the peninsula, coastline. we're now into the noon hour and notice the showers are still
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coming, especially over the north, i should say south bay. this is just a guide. it's going to change, but here's a note to take with us. if the storm stays on track, the first part of sunday will be the wet part of sunday. the second half, if you have afternoon plans, 3, 4, 5:00 should be drier. sunsetting into the 5:00 hour. we'll have that part of the day. we'll see a lull and then more rain coming in on monday. here is a look at what we expect with the sunday rain. not a lot, you can see. quarter inch, maybe even less for most areas. come monday, we'll sort of have to wait and see. few scattered showers perhaps in the forecast. if the thunderstorms develop, we know that could drop a heavy downpour. if you're going to see the 9ers play tomorrow, mostly cloudy skies, especially over the south bay, definitely be a chance for scattered showers into the afternoon. looks like until at least 3:00, 4:00. stay tuned, we'll be tracking it
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for you tomorrow morning. afternoon highs today, 68 san rafael, upper 60s oakland. 68 expected for livermore. south bay locations, 69 san jose, los gatos 71. along the peninsula for the afternoon, 66 san bruno, 65 san francisco, 62 in pacifica. partly cloudy skies. ex tebded forecast with your bay area weekend always in view, temperatures going to cool along with the rain and the snow. snow into the afternoon for the sierra, dropping down to pass level. if you're going for the weekend, bring the chains. snow level 4,000 feet, but most of the moisture out l. that's a pret -- out of here. upper 50s, low 60s by monday. >> you love that this rain kind of keeps coming.
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when we had had that last storm, i would have called in sick to lay in bed listening to it pounding on the roof. because it was such a great sound. i didn't call in sick. i came in to work. but it would be nice to get used to that sound again. ishs it's definitely a good mix, absolutely. >> i bet a lot of people are heading up for the snow. hopefully we can get video for tomorrow. >> a lot of ski resorts gearing up for a big season. thanksgiving looking good. >> thanks, rosemary. new this morning, powerful earthquake hit central chile. no major reports of damage. 6.8 struck 185 miles northwest of the capital santiago. it happened at a dependents depth of 22 miles. the quake shook buildings and first prompted emergency officials to issue an alert about the possibility of a tsunami. the alert was later canceled. u.s. officials expected to
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unveil a plan to close the guantanamo bay prison next week. the pentagon may send them to the centennial krebsal facility in colorado. obama administration hoping to convince they should be housed in the u.s. seven prison sites are being considered. get ready to rumble. but this contest won't be in the ring. it's on the rubik's cube. in the next half hour, catch the skills of a local speed cuber heading to the 2015 rubik's rumble later today. first, moments away from the final reveal of our holiday table scape with joann fabrics drafting expert louise. she's working hard and has really special things to show you. stay with us. as an everyday business person, and not colonel sanders,
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. early holiday gift for skiers and snowboarders at lake tahoe. the recourt turned on its lifts yesterday for the first time in 11 years. the mountain was open all the way to the top on opening day. got about a foot of new snow earlier this week. since then we've had perfect conditions to make snow. this morning kevin cooper with kirkwood ski resorts stopped in to let us know how it's going. >> the last storm that came through was the perfect set up with mother nature. then as the temperature slowly started to drop from 38 down to 25, we have 18 inches on top of kirkwood. if next system comes in and success the moisture out of monterey bay, it will be a great start. >> looks like the sierra could see are more snow this weekend. make sure you bring your chains if you're headed out there.
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also this morning, a crafting expert has been busy decorating a holiday table scape. let's check in to see how you're doing. you did an amazing job. who knew? >> that's right. >> she's finished. >> louise is awesome. >> we have our no-sew table cloth with the glue on the edges. >> thaez easy. no sewing machine. that's perfect. >> burlap runner. cut it to fit and pull the little threads. >> so it has the fray -- >> which is perfect. >> ball jars with sand inside with the wickless candle. >> then that's perfect. >> with the burlap rib and your twine. and we have our place cards. i'm not going to tell you which one i made. whichever one you like the best,
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that's what i made. >> then we took fall picks and did the decoration down the center. >> it's beautiful. in terms of difficulty level, what level is this? >> beginning. >> and the cost? >> pretty reasonable? >> reasonable. because everything here is on sale. >> everything is on sale. >> that's what we want to hear. >> what a good joann spokesperson you are. >> get your coupon. >> of course. and then really easy. you have to just make the table beautiful. >> it's very simple. very simple. >> what are you making me? >> turd duckin. >> it's perfect. thanks so much for coming in. when we come back in just a couple minutes, we'll have much more on mornings on 2.
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. investigation underway into the death of an inmate at the contra costa county jail. deputy found the man unconscious in his cell yesterday afternoon. paramedics tried but could not revive him. uc merced students say their school will recover and be stronger than ever following wednesday's campus attack. 2,000 people took part in a vigil last night. wished for the quick recover foi of the four stabbing victims and remembering the life of the stabber who was shot and killed by uc merced campus police. dr. ben carson slamming what
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he calls left wing reporters. questioning claims in autobiography that he was offered a full scholarship to west point. they had no record of carson being nominated for admission. welcome back to mornings on 2 on saturday, november 7th. good morning. >> let's get right over to rosemary for a check on the weather right now. a little chilly today. >> it is. but people are messaging me and tweeting me saying i love this chilly weather. just love it. soak it in because we are going to have it at least for the next hour or two. but we're already beginning to thaw out. temperatures are starting to climb, giving you a look here at the bay bridge into san francisco where we have another gorgeous start to the morning. watching just a little bit of fog reform. the low clouds slowly coming back to the coastline for today, and that will really be about it. most of us will notice little change in the forecast.
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in fact these numbers a lot loik yesterday morning. for your afternoon, the highs a lot like yesterday afternoon. maybe going to shave off just a little bit. 52 degrees in concord right now. 59 half-moon bay. 53 in mountain view. cooler numbers, we'll go to livermore at 49. santa rosa at 49 as well. but again, when we started the morning, we had upper 30s in areas like santa rosa. an improve many taking place ask these -- improvement taking place and numbers begin to climb. 52 palo alto, about 9:33. i think 10:00, 10:30, it becomes more mild as we get outside. 54 in danville. 53 pittsburgh. 60s for the second half. here's a look at future cast. clouds beginning to reform. the model not picking up on it, but i think we'll be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy in areas like half man bay today. a lot of 60s. 69 antioch.
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67 in concord. upper 60s for oakland. 70 redwood city. 65 san francisco. 62 pacifica for the second part. as we get to tomorrow morning, rain on the way. i think many of us wake up with wet weather. i'll give you details come monday and tuesday in the extended forecast coming up. topping the news this half hour, california's first infant flu death of the season has been reported. two days after a santa clara county adult died. the infant death was in stanislaus county and the baby was less than a year old. children must be six months old at least to be vaccinated. children under the age of one are at an increased risk of severe influenza. health officials recommend that everyone over the age of 6 months receive the vaccine and urge anyone around young
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children, elderly or compromised immune system be vaccinated. this year's version is expected to do a much better job than last year. the vaccine this year matches the strain of virus currently circulating across the country. chp investigating after a man was hit and killed trying to cross the south bay freeway. officers got a call of a man walking on southbound 880 near highway 237. the man was hit by a white toyota corolla. the driver wasn't hurt and is investigating. looking into security measures after the russian jet liner crash. government officials say efforts will focus on commercial flights from at least ten airports in the middle east and europe. the changes could come as early as next week and just in time for the busy holiday travel season. passengers we spoke with say they are reassured by this new
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level of security. >> you really can't tell nowadays who is doing what. so i think with extra security it will give us a better hand every time we travel. >> travel to america is a lot different. there is a lot you have to check before and things they need to know about you, but i think it's good. because i feel more safe. >> officials say the added security on incoming international flights from particular areas is not because of a specific threat, but out of an abundance of caution. more information coming out this morning about the final moments of that russian plane that went down in egypt. in the last hour, the head of egypt's investigation team announced the black boxes on board the aircraft stopped recording 23 minutes after take off. the plane was flying at an ald attitude of 30,000 feet. cockpit voice recorder captured a noise in the last seconds. egypt is still considering all possible scenarios for the cause of the crash.
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but since the wreckage is scattered over a wide area, this indicates the plane broke up midair. >> there is a new but not really unexpected development in the dungeon ess crab fishing season. the season has been called off, set to open november 15th. now the season that would have begun today has been postponed as well. the problem is a neuro toxin found in the crabs, potentially dafrng wrus to -- dangerous to humans. they're going to keep testing until they're deemed safe to eat. mariscos san juan was closed for two years after nearly 200 people got sick with shigella. a deep cleaning was done and the owner throughout all the food, now starting from scratch. the health department okayed it. >> nothing i can do. it's not my hands. it's not in my hands.
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i tried to do better this time. >> they had a problem and an incident. i think we have regulations and health inspectors here for a reason, to make sure people are safe and i think that process is going to play out just fine. >> this morning health officials say they may never know how the outbreak started. one of the restaurant employees was diagnosed with the illness, but the owner thinks a customer may have brought it in. a federal court judge in san francisco dismissed stub hub's lawsuit against the warriors. stub hub accused of warriors and ticketmaster of conspiring to create an illegal resale market by telling season ticket holders that game tickets could only be resoled through ticketmaster. judge said it was unfounded. plan for the new arena in san francisco has another hurdle to clear next week. board of supervisors, budget and finance committee expected to weigh in on details of the development at a special meeting on monday. on thursday, the city's planning
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commission unanimously approved it. the plan facing opposition from the glup mission bay alliance, the group that claims the new arena will call traffic problems and make it difficult for patients and employees to get access to the ucsf medical center. police using the spro bowl as a platform to shed light on human trafficking. the hospitality industry is being trained to look out for warning signs. savannah sappeders is a survivor who advocates against tracking and trains hotel staff how to spot the signs. she spoke yesterday at the south san francisco conference center. >> getting the community engaged in awareness has been a big push around the super bowl. >> for us as city officials it's an awakening call. we really need to do everything we can. not just for super bowl, but from here on. >> human trafficking happens every day, of course, but as
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people start setting their sights on the big game coming up in february, hotel staff on the frontlines are being asked to keep eyes and ears open for anything suspicious. coming up, colin kaepernick strikes back. what the benched quarterback is saying about the 9ers choice that let him have a chance to breathe. first we're getting ready for the holidays. up next, how you can make your own thanksgiving soup with just a few ingredients all in one pot just like this one. >> can't wait to try that. mostly sunny skies, seasonal temperatures in store for saturday afternoon. this morning another chilly start. check in on your current conditions, line up the afternoon highs and for the second part of your weekend, rain on the way. i'll detail it coming up.
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. dance. >> the walk over. >> dancing in this weather because it's keeping you busy. rain, sun, everything. >> that's why you're wearing the boots, actually. we wanted to show the walk. >> these aren't the rain boots, but tomorrow you may need the rain boots, especially if you're stepping out the first part of the day. >> there they are. >> good cam. >> you're ready -- forget that i said anything. crystal blue skies over oakland, a little fog along the coast. subtle changes in store for today. as we get into the afternoon, increase of high clouds, at least for some. maybe over portions of the north
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bay. again, all these changes very subtle, but it will be a sign of what's to come for sunday. 49 degrees in santa rosa, 56 in san francisco. livermore 49. 52 san jose. still a little cool out there. ridge of high pressure remains in control for one more day. 60s, low 70s as we get into the afternoon. the low clouds begin to work back as we get into the second half of the day. the front going to bring us rain on sunday. the back side and the center of the storm going to bring us a little more rain, even thunderstorms on monday. so for today, in a nutshell, boy it was a cold start to the day, but the temperatures are beginning to rebound. clouds at the coast for the afternoon. mostly sunny else war. i think temperatures will be similar to friday. this system on sunday going to bring us the wet weather by sunday morning and then a second part will come in on monday and keep the wet weather going. look at the future you cost
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model at this hour. low clouds at the coast, mostly sunny elsewhere. the rain starts to fall over portions of the north bay by 6:00. by 8:00 perhaps into portions of the south bay. future cast model wants to enhance this line of rain and continue to bring us showers over the central and south bay by the second half of the afternoon, piling a lot on your plate. by the second half, we begin to clear out. we get a break. but if you're in the south bay, you'll be the last to get the clearing. scattered showers all the way into the afternoon. the 49ers play tomorrow afternoon. if you're going to be out there, be prepared for that. afternoon highs for today, 69 in novato. mostly sunny skies. upper 60s san rafael. east bay, 60s as well. san jose you'll go to 69.
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72 for gilroy. 70 redwood city, 65 san francisco. low 60s at the coast. extended forecast here with your bay area weekend always in view, that rain moving in on sunday, we get a break sunday afternoon. more rain, even the possibility of thunderstorms on monday. then we're drying out on tuesday. but we're looking at cool weather. this system going to drop our temperatures back into the upper 50s to low 60s for the afternoon. >> you know it's perfect when it's cool like that. >> yes. >> absolutely. gets us right into our next segment. the thank you for setting that up. -- thank you for setting that up. we're talking about a nice hot bowl of soup and ross has the really hard task of cooking up this hot dish with holiday twists. apple and butter nut squash soup? >> that's right. we're about to make the soup. joining me is stewart from half-moon bay. >> thanks for coming in this
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morning. >> thank you for having me. >> we're going to make squash soup. this is actually a special pot that's going to help us. >> correct. this is from colombia. it goes stove to have oven, mike wave, no glaze, no lead. earthy, smokey flavor and the moisture is great. use that fact when we're making the soup. >> so the first thing is we're going to put a little oil in. >> that looks good. >> show the shallots in there. >> we're sauteing shallots right here in the pot. you're cutting up apples. while you're doing that, if you don't have one of these beautiful pots here, can you use a regular pot? >> you can, but we're going to do a trick to kind of coax more flavor and it wouldn't necessarily work in a regular
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pot. >> okay. >> instead of adding water to the vegetables right away like you would on a normal soup, we're going to sweat all that flavor and moisture that's already in there out. >> i see. how long should you be saw tayinging the shallots for? -- sauteing the shallots for? >> until they have a little color. >> the next step is to put the apples in? >> yes. >> i'll let you do that. >> peel and all? >> yes. it's going to be pureed and we won't worry about it. apples go in after the shallots are sauteed. >> yes. we add that and then the butter nut squash and a little bit of salt. >> okay. anything we need to know about picking out one of these squash? how do you know when it's ripe? are they all the same? >> they're pretty much all the same. >> that's good to know.
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there are fibrous stuff at the bottom that you want to kind of scoop out. grapefruit spoon works well for that. >> what is this? >> salt. >> oh, okay. >> that's it? >> that's it for now. >> how easy is that, i can do that. >> super easy. we're going to take parchment paper and cover that up, right on top of the vegetables. >> and then put the lid on that? >> yes. >> and how long do we cook? >> five to ten minutes. break down, release a lot of the moisture. >> do you want to look in there quickly. going all the way to the bottom. okay. five to ten minutes. >> then just add four cups of water. >> this is all soft. >> yes. >> and then you add the water? dump that in here? and then -- >> bring it to a boil, simmer it covered for about 20 minutes and then pure a it in batches in a
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blender. one more thing. >> okay. >> so the chile from turkey, it's got kind of an earthy, sweet smell. what i've done is i have blended that and some olive oil together, about a table spoon of the chile and two to three tablespoons of the oil. >> we're about out of time. i think i get where you're going. this is the finish. this is after it has been all blended together. it looks wonderful. we're going to scoop it out quickly and i'm going to grab the chile because this is the drizzle going on top, correct? >> yes. >> can i put it on top a little bit? >> yes. >> look at that. >> drizzle it on. a little more than that? >> yes. you said you wanted to do stuff. that works. >> stewart, crystal demand, thank you so much for coming. we're going to taste it before the end of the show and let you know how it all goes.
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great experience for kids. christa, a prosthetist and orthotist. we're going to walkthrough the exercises that somebody would be going through to use a prosthetic arm. >> simple activities like stacking cups teach you how to finetune your ability to open, close the device, lift and stack. open, close, lift and stack. >> the ping pong ball -- it's tougher than it looks. >> yeah it is. >> part of this really is to make sure kids understand the science behind all this. what kind of science -- we talked about bio mechanical engineering and material signs. what are kids learning? >> usually in elementary school and high school, kids get exposed to a little bit of biology, chemistry and mechanical interaction. but not a lot of use of all of those different fields combined. this is looking at material science, different materials we use, mechanical engineering,
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being able to use mechanical devices, just teaching them the prospective future field that they could be in. >> christa, thank you so much for walking us through this. this is one example of a lot of activities going on out here. get started at 10:00. if you take a look around, you can see how many booths there are here at at&t park. lots of activities for the family. it's free. >> all right. thanks a lot, christian. we're back with the butter nut squash soup. i helped make it so you have to taste it. >> absolutely. >> there is a spoon. are you shaking? >> no. >> you both love it -- >> you were surprised. >> let's see. what do you think? >> oh, this is tasty. >> thank you. >> you said beside this was a grilled cheese sandwich? >> yeah, if you're not doing it for the holidays. >> this drizzle makes a big
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