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precaution who were inside of this building. just to bring you up to speed. authorities got the call after 1:00 p.m. thissen this -- this afternoon to council on american-islamic relations. staff members didn't touch the letters so it isn't clear what was written. three people were evacuated. they were sent as a precaution to a local hospital. it will be turned over to investigators. as you can imagine reaction from the leaders here is that of anger. >> disappointing and annoying that there are people out there who would try and intimidate an office of people working to
protect the civil rights of americans. >> reporter: as i mentioned a similar incident happened today in washington, d.c. where an office there was evacuated after they received a suspicious substance in the mail. authorities determined it was not dangerous. it is to be determined whether here if that subsstance dangerous. they are -- substance is dangerous. they are still investigating. they are working with the fbi and it is unclear when this place will be back open. we anticipate they will be here for several hours. >> i don't know if you learned this information, is the fbi involved because there is specific information they need to investigate or is it standard procedure call the -- procedure to call the fbi. >> reporter: i think it is a standard procedure.
>> thank you. the investigation into last week's san bernardino mass shooting took the fbi to a lake a few miles from the scene. divers are searching the lake. the fbi won't say what they are looking for. the hard drive from the shooter's computer is missing. investigators believe syed farook and tashfeen malik were in the area at some point but the fbi won't say if that was before or after the shootings. >> we think this search will last for days. it is very possible. we would be remiss not to go into this lake and do a thorough search for any evidence. >> another part of the investigation is focusing on syed farook's friend enrique marquez. enrique marquez bought the assault rifles for syed farook three or four years ago. enrique marquez is cooperating with the fbi and has not been charged. now to the weather. the december down pour that
took place in some parts of the bay area. video from social media. images are pouring in on social media of the rain. this is in san francisco. >> live team coverage of the stormy weather. cristina rendon will show us the problems but first chief meteorologist bill martin. >> yeah. good dose of rain today. not as much as we would like to see. north of here they got plenty of rain. san francisco, oakland, san jose quarter inch to half inch. we are seeing scattered showers right now as well. you see the lightning popping up. that is when the thunderstorms went through the north bay and east bay around 3:30 p.m. today. thunderstorms possible into the evening hours. radar now. light sprinkles showing up. activity just by the highway.
going towards cedar's point. showers will be hit and miss for the next 3, 4 hours. and a chance of a thundershower. this area here, moving towards oakland. light showers. more light showers into tomorrow morning. showerspossible for the morning commute -- showers possible for the morning commute. when i come back we will look at rain totals and the mountains and in the weekend forecast. the strong winds and heavy rain left a mess in some places around the bay area. ktvu's cristina rendon is in the north bay with a look at the problems tonight. >> reporter: we were anticipating rain in the area. it was 3:30 p.m. when we got here, so far it has been dry. roads are drying up. hopefully another round of rain will come through. it did leave a lot of mess when
the rain came through this morning. >> reporter: as the rain came down this morning it brought a lot of problems. this tree crushed two cars this morning on highway 116. slick roads caused numerous accidents on highway 101 in marin county. more spin outs and fender benders are expected tonight. >> the problem is people don't adjust their driving. people drive like they would on great conditions. we have water on the grounds. >> reporter: in the east bay the rain made for a messy build up of leaves. >> what are you going to do? >> the road is prone to flooding. with more rain on the way some are concerned the leaves will clog the drains. >> i wish they would come more.
gutters get clogged. i usually clean the front of my gutters. >> reporter: the city says they are doing their best. public works crews are on storm watch clearing storm drains. >> we are mindful of the fact there are a lot of leaves and the main roads through the city are being swept. >> reporter: the city says all streets will be swept starting next week. residents hope this second round of rain doesn't prove to be more difficult. >> i got sand bags ready in the back. ready for it. >> reporter: it seems leaves are a problem around the bay area. if you plan to head out take it slow, play it safe. >> we know it is on the way. thank you. all this wet weather means slick roads and a slow commute this afternoon.
a look at our live traffic map. you can see all the red on the freeways. that means it is slow going. the square icons, that is where accidents have been reported and there is a lot of them out there. a live look along interstate 80 in berkeley. heavy in both directions. check out the traffic along hospital curve on highway 101 in the city. all the headlights north bound slow going out of san francisco. get forecast information on our ktvu weather app. it has live and future radar and warnings for your area. search your app store for ktvu. new at 6:00 p.m. police are releasing video of an altercation of people in two cars last saturday. driving side by side. minutes later there is gunfire.
police haven't found evidence, right now they are trying to determine who fired. witnesses describe both vehicles as american made silver and white sedans. >> authorities tracked down the person who pistol whipped a nanny and made off with a porsche. ktvu's john sasaki with more on the developments. >> reporter: a family hired a company to upgrade their security system after an ordeal for their nanny and daughter. a man with a gun kicked in their door. >> she told me that our house was robbed and she was hit on the back of the head and she was bleeding. >> reporter: the nanny was pistol whipped. their daughter witnessed the attack. >> she gets upset and she shuts down when we talk about it. for now we will avoid the
subject in front of her. >> the suspect stole the family's porsche, ipads and cash. police announced that police arrested the 18-year-old on wednesday for the crime. >> i cannot believe that. he has guts. >> reporter: living close to the freeway is great for criminals who want to get away quickly. the house is there. the highway is there and the freeway entrance is that way. the clue that led investigators to the suspect came from this camera. it caught this white lexus scene by a neighbor. the robber was dropped off by an associate driving a lexus. >> notified by the police department that they identified and spotted the black suv. >> reporter: they set up surveillance on the suv and spotted the lexus. >> the vehicle matching the
descriptions, license plates, drove past the stolen car. >> reporter: they chased the lexus and caught the driver when he crashed into a police car. >> emotional. unbelievable at first. scary. scared. concerned. >> reporter: police say his associate who dropped him off is still on the loose. he is charged with kidnapping, robbery and assault with a deadly weapon. john sasaki, ktvu fox 2 news. a concert of a life time for a bay area boy and a lesson to not live in fear. his journey to see his favorite band in paris after the paris terror attacks. >> dealing with drones after a near collision between a drone and a chp helicopter. stanford developed a way it prevent that from happening again.
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you inspire us to do everything we do... ...for goodness' sake. the san francisco police department is drafting a new use of force policy after the shooting death of a suspect last week. the 26-year-old was shot and killed in the bay view district. several people recorded the shooting on their cell phone. last night the police chief asked the police commission for tasers. the proposal has been withdrawn in the past over concerns that tasers are too dangerous. however the aclu says tasers are not the answer. >> issue is racially bias policing and excessive force. >> the chief says he expects the policy is going to emphasize de-escalation.
it will be debated in february. the effort to legalize recreational use of marijuana is gaining steam in sacramento. endorsing inadult use of marijuana -- the adult use of marijuana act. the endorsements will help eliminate competing measures and there is new momentum to get the measure to the finish line. >> we are in a situation where we have numerous lawmakers talking about the issue. they see it is a broken policy. >> officials estimate the california industry is worth billions of dollarss. last summer -- dollars. last summer governor jerry brown signed a few bills to regulate and tax bills. software to prevent midair
collision with drones. it worked like an automatic air traffic control. it could predict collisions and how to avoid them. they are hoping it will allow drones to fly safely. we told you about a chp pilot who had a close call with a drone. new at 6:00 p.m. the concert of a life time and a lesson not to live in fear. a bay area boy shares his journey to see his favorite band after the paris terror attacks. the 10-year-old shared the stage with u2 twice. the most recent was for the tour stop in paris after the paris terror attacks. ktvu's noelle walker has the amazing story. >> reporter: >> reporter: he knows what he wants to be. he has been on stage. >> we were at the end of the cat walk.
>> reporter: with one of the biggest bands in the world. [ singing ] >> reporter: center stage at last weekend's u2 concert in paris. >> felt like my mind was blown. >> reporter: to know how he came to rock out with the rock band you have to know where he came from. >> when i was first born the first song that came on -- [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: his fate was sealed. >> no. [ laughter ] >> they never had a choice. >> reporter: not with a bad who wanted to name him bono. >> middle name is paul which is bono's real name. >> reporter: bono called the 10- year-old up on stage at a concert in san jose. [ singing ] >> reporter: his first u2 song.
but not his last. they held a contest, fans vetted to bring back -- voted to bring back people. >> he was one of the winners. >> reporter: they flew to paris friday. >> little did we know what was going to take place. >> paris terror attacks. >> reporter: his is jacob hearing the news. an 11 hour flight to go back home. there wasn't time to put the passports away. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: u2 flew winners back to paris for their rescheduled concerts last week. >> tears of joy. >> reporter: as he led the line of super fans looking out at a packed arena. >> thousandsthousands and thousands of people. >> amazing. i think it will be amazing for
the rest of our lives. >> reporter: the understatement of a life time. >> reporter: noelle walker, ktvu fox 2 news. >> how cool was that? >> very cool. a concert of a life time. >> great job. >> reporter: check in with bill martin now. i see bill is jealous too. >> that would be fun. a dream. hang out with bono? come on. >> yeah. [ talking at the same time ] >> that is not going to happen to me. not a cute little kid. >> i have a great story when i was 17 i got to meet them. i was 17. we were at a hotel and they were at our bar in the hotel and security invited my mom and i to go to the concert and i went. went behind stage and met them. very nice. i have a picture. >> that is better than the
story i don't have. rain now. good story. >> good story. >> scattered showers out there. light stuff. heavier showers moved through. in petaluma, light showers. that is how it goes tonight. scattered showers throughout the area. coming across the hill, san bruno. light showers. towards montero showers moving towards the east. we get the break tomorrow. you see it tomorrow and saturday. most of the day tomorrow will be a break. this system goes through. sunday's storm looks good. another good one. tomorrow will be about cool air. the mountains, it will keep snowing. they have the winter storm warning through tomorrow morning. i could see them being extended perhaps if it continues to
snow. snowing hard. chaining up on 50 and 80. sunday now, saturday is a transition day. best day on the weekend. sunday we get into it again. this system will push through. well, you see tomorrow right here. friday morning and then friday mid-morning. and then more scattered showers ending lunchtime and then friday night it breaks down. saturday morning. and then saturday afternoon. and then here is the system on sunday that will push through. saturday night into sunday, sunday will be more stormy. mountains, next 36-48 hours, take chains, 2 feet of snow. perhaps 3 and 4 feet of snow by tuesday next week. maybe 5 feet. very strong snow producing storm. not that warm. snow levels are low. there is the rain sunday.
how old were you? >> i was 17. [ talking at the same time ] >> huge then. >> that was long time ago. >> why would they pick a pretty blond girl -- >> probably looking at my mom. >> i don't know about that. >> thank you. coming up, a warriors update on the status of klay thompson and bay area resident and former oakland raiders coach john madden released from the hospital today. mark is coming up next in sport. keba arnold is live with a look for what we are working fron ktvu fox 2 news at 7:00 p.m. on tv 36. >> accused of killing 7 people at an oakland university, now this mass murder suspect wants to tell his version on what happened back in 2012. also a somber memorial to remember people who society forgets. oin us for these stories and more on bay area news at 7:00
all right. mark is here now with sports. klay thompson? >> seems like a long time ago since the warriors played. two nights and we are looked on -- hooked on it -- [ talking at the same time ] >> tomorrow night the boston celtics, concerned about whether or not klay thompson will be able to play. he sprained his ankle against indiana. today back east the warriors working out back there and klay thompson did participate. that is him right there. i don't know he looks like she 70%. that is what the warriors are saying. coach was asked today if he cannot go is he worried about
it, he thinks this team wins on defense, not offense. here is the coach. >> i think our defense, everyone talks about the offense, the offense is phenomenal but to win consistently in this league, especially on the road you have to defend people. our guys take pride in the defense. we work on it all the time. to me the main reason that we are able to keep winning is because we score points and we lock teams up. >> no football in the bay area. 49ers in cleveland and the raiders in the long shot category and they are in denver taking on the broncos. the team that beat them earlier in oakland. brock osweiler is the quarterback. 6'8" at quarterback, filling in for peyton manning. he is 3-0. he is well aware of
what the raider-bronco rivalry has been over the years. >> to play the raiders at home they are a storied franchise, tons of history. i am expecting a great effort from them. they played us tough last time. we wereane dog fight with them. -- we were in a dog fight with them. >> this is good news, john madden is out of the hospital. he had open heart surgery and he is back home and resting comfortably. 79-year-old john madden well on his way to a full recovery. that is nothing but great news. great guy. love having him home and healthy. good stuff. >> great news. coming up tonight on the 10:00 p.m. news 24 acts of kindness, meet a woman using the 24 days to give back. what she has done so far. that story and much more at
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