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the party is over. we will show you how san francisco is cleaning up after ringing in the new year. the votes don't look better. >> pasadena gearing up for the biggest party of the year. final preparations underway as hundreds of thousands of people are getting ready for this morning's rose parade. "mornings on 2" continues. this is ktvu "mornings on 2". good morning. thank you for joining us. first day of the year. >> yes, it is. >> friday, january 1st. i am pam cook. >> good morning. i am dave clark. thank you for joining us. let's talk about your weather for this first day of the new year. steve is out but rosemary is here. >> we are awaiting the first sunrise of 2016. all these firsts this morning. isn't that a beautiful view there? we are waking up with mostly
clear skies out there. a cold start to the day. even colder than yesterday for some of us ability a freeze warning to talk about. first let's soak in this view. good morning to you. the official sunrise 7:20. 7:25 depending where you live. san jose like 7:22. san francisco 7:25. over the oakland estuary the sky is lightening. a freeze warning includes areas except for the bay, expect for the coast. our inland communities, valley spots and hills north, east, south san jose included in this until 8:00 this morning. that risk for crop damage, if you have sensitive plants, hypothermia, definitely take care of your pets. here is a look at the numbers this morning. in the north bay it is really cold. 26 in santa rosa. chilly in livermore. 34 outside your door.
38 in concord. an improvement there because temperatures were about 30 degrees in the last hour. around the bay low 30s redwood city, 36 oakland, 40 degrees in san francisco. as we shift along the peninsula a lot of 30s here from san mateo through foster city. 31 menlo park. 31 palo alto. 27 in woodside. one more shift down to the south bay 32 in saratoga. freezing for you this morning. and 34 degrees in morgan hill. as we get into the afternoon another dry cool day, but we have changes in store. with the weather coming our way and it will impact part of the weekend. i will have a look at what you can expect coming up in just a little bit. well, from times square in new york city to our own san francisco waterfront. the new year 2016 began as spectacular shows filled the skies. people celebrating new year's eve. from the ktvu rooftop camera we could see the fireworks right over the bay bridge lighting up san francisco's skyline. no major problems were reported
by police. that's great news. every available officer was out patrolling the streets. and in new york times square an estimated one million people watched the countdown. did some kissing out there, of course. tradition. they watched that ball drop. the huge crowd was surrounded by extremely tight security. thousands of police officers, uniformed and undercover, were there to keep everybody safe. the streets were filled with confetti. more than a ton of it was dropped to celebrate new year's eve. probably still cleaning up right now. the performers included carrie underwood and demi lovato. on the left of your screen, that is a celebration in old sacramento. 9:00 last night the very same time as the ball was dropping in new york city. now, in the middle of your screen, that's las vegas.
thousands of people from all over the country head for vegas for their new year's party every year. and on the right that incredible shot, the fireworks show in boston. back here in the bay area, the clean-up in san francisco after last night's big new year's celebration, it started right away. as soon as the fireworks ended, the clean-up crews went right to work. ktvu fox 2's christien kafton on the waterfront. how does it look out there right now? >> reporter: looking pretty good. we have moved in the last hour. we were by powell street last hour. now we're down here by the water front. you can see behind me, some of the barricades left over. this is where party central essentially was last night. hundreds of thousands of people gathering around this area, and now the big clean-up after last night's big celebration. now, we watched earlier today as the barricades were loaded up onto flatbed trucks making their way around the city. we have seen fleets of street
cleaners out patrolling the streets and a lot of trash out on the streets. signs of the hundreds of thousands of people who flooded into san francisco for last night's new year's eve fireworks show. when we showed up in the city at around 5:30 this morning we still found a few die-hards who were out from last night. they say that they are already making big plans for 2016. but they say they had a great time ringing in the new year. >> it was kind of a little crazy, but, you know, we went from club to club. it was just very exciting. >> reporter: one of the big draws, of course, that fireworks show last night. hundreds of thousands of people turned out on the waterfront to watch the 15-minute show despite the cold temperature. san francisco police out in force last night making sure the celebrations did not get out of hand. one more note. as i drove in this morning to
work, i noticed a couple of, we'll say, some less than perfect drivers out there. one of our photographers even called 911 twice to report drivers that he suspected of being drunk. so we will look for a little bit more information from chp later today to find out how many duis they had, how many pull-overs last night. the take home for people to party safe and bring in the new year the right way, right, guys? >> we hope everybody is careful and safe out there. thank you. well, for 127 years the rose parade in pasadena has delighted audiences from all over the country. it's about to get underway once again. just about less than an hour. while tradition holds steady, ktvu's brian flores joins us with the unprecedented thing we will see this year. >> reporter: the amount of security as well as the rose bowl game. there will be lots of it. something we have never seen from this. but not just from local police, but federal agencies. they are there to keep people
safe and to have a good time. talking about the parade as we speak, crews are putting in those finishing touches to floats and several of the bands. floats are getting ready to line up along the parade route, which, by the way, in case you didn't know, is five and a half miles long. imagine walking for that long in a parade route. this year's theme, by the way, is find your adventure, which coincides with the centennial celebration of our country's national parks. but it takes an estimated 80,000 combined hours of hundreds of volunteers to put together 44 floats for today it. it's quite a task for several people who camped out last night, and some for days, to a spot along pasadena's infamous colorado boulevard. >> we will be showing movies. we got a screen and everything. we are doing everything. we got water. we got barbecue pits. >> i want to hang out with them next year. the rose parade is adding an unprecedented level of security as we mentioned following the santa barbara shooting. these measures include federal agencies, as we mentioned, as
well as armed tactical rapid response teams, bomb-sniffing dogs, and even radiation detection devices. of course, several surveillance cameras. now, no credible threat has been issued, but authorities are not taking any chances. on a lighter note, there are a few bay area connections, including stanford's band playing this morning. of course, team playing in the rose bowl later today. also saratoga's band and color guard will be performing at the parade as well. talking about our people from the broadcasting industry, bob eubanks, stephanie edwards. i mean, i grew up watching them on tv. >> yeah. >> this is the last year they will be doing it. >> it is? >> yeah. they have been doing it, i think, 38 for stephanie, 35 for -- >> a lot of years. and always very good. >> very good. >> people might be interested in the job, right? they can contact them? let them know. >> we have to point out, brian, your high school band. >> oh, yeah. oh, yeah. i am so proud of these guys.
>> you weren't in the high school band? >> i wasn't. i was in choir. i hope that doesn't get out there. yeah. san diego county. they are going to be performing later this morning in the rose parade. >> you are allowed to be proud. >> yes. >> thank you. time is 7:09. this year's rose bowl game standford plays iowa. the cardinals have been in pasadena all week getting ready for that big game. as ktvu's scott reiss found out, the team works hard and they play hard. >> reporter: the rose bowl isn't just a game. it's a week-long adventure. >> a bunch of fun events they have planned for us. every night it's something fun and exciting. >> reporter: first stop the magic kingdom. >> we spent so much time in the film room and the weight room and on the field, you know, it's sometimes you forget that there is places like disneyland. the happiest place in the world. >> reporter: well, maybe the second happiest for football players it to lowery's prime rib.
site of the traditional beef bowl. >> this has been, gosh, enjoyable. >> reporter: but don't be fooled by the fun and frivality. preparing to run for the roses. >> exciting to meet those goals and get back down here for a third time is remarkable. >> reporter: stanford has done the dance twice in the last three seasons, beating wisconsin in 2014 and losing a heartbreaker to michigan state in 2015. this time around yet another physical big 10 opponent in iowa. >> they don't do a whole lot, but they are extremely good at what they do. you ask any team, and you got to focus on you and the things that you can control, and that's doing your job to the best of your ability. >> they will fight. that's kind of how we are, too. like very similar teams. they have pretty much haven't changed. they are going to keep fighting. it's going to be a great game.
>> that was scott reiss reporting. stanford earned its trip to the rose bowl with a third conference title in the last four seasons. the team is scheduled to arrive at the stadium couple of hours now, hours before the 2 p.m. kickoff. today bart fares go up almost 3.5%. for example, if you commute between walnut creek and downtown san francisco, you will pay about.5 even cents more each way. and if you go to sfo, it will cost an extra 35 cents. it is part of bart's plans to raise fares every other year to help pay for cars and maintenance. 7:11. train stations in germany, they shut down new year's eve. there was a concern about a possible terror attack. in 20 minutes, why officials say the threat is not over yet. people can fall into potholes. run into cars. they can have all kinds of accidents. >> you hear a lot about dangerous distracted driving, and now it seems distracted
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at least 10 inches of rain over a three-day period across a wide section of missouri and illinois. our time is 7:14. it may be easy to walk and chew gum at the same time, but it can be a lot harder and even dangerous to walk and use your smartphone. what's called distracted walking can even kill you in some cases. peter doce has some pretty startling statistics. >> reporter: smartphones let people see and hear things from all around the world, and that's good. but more and more users are failing to see what's right in front of them, and that's bad. even deadly. experts say smartphones now contribute to this troubling trend. a pedestrian is being killed every two hours in the united states. and for the first time this year, the national safety council listed distracted walking as a category in its injury report. the governor's highway safety association is even using a new name for people who text and walk borrowed from the website
urban dictionary. pe text reann. >> smartphone technology is more universal. everybody uses their cell phone through the day. so i think those accidents will actually go up. people can fall into potholes, run into cars, they can have all kinds of accidents just from looking at their cell phone instead of looking around them. >> reporter: last week a man in california walked off a cliff because his eyes were on a device and not on the deep drop to sharp rocks below. in november, eight pedestrians were killed in one week. officials said people need to be more careful. >> you have to be alert when you walk the busy streets of new york. we all do. motorists and cyclists and pedestrians. >> reporter: several people we saw looking down at their phones say there are no plans to do anything differently in 2016. >> probably going to look at the phone and cross the street. >> the worst that i think will happen is you run into somebody else. you don't have to worry about vehicles. bike riders sometimes are an issue. >> it's a bad habit hard to get
rid of, really. >> reporter: it may be hard to stop texting on the go, but these statistics are hard to ignore. maybe those people will take a moment to look up the numbers mentioned in this report on their phones. in washington, peter doocy, fox news. >> what do you think? , i mean, it's a real thing. >> it is a real problem as people walk around. people walking around the not paying attention. hopefully, shedding a little light on that. 7:17 is the time. rosemary is here. how much rain do you think we will get in the next week? >> the first round weak. tuesday is a wet one. wednesday scattered showers. anywhere from .5-inch to 1 inch between found wednesday. north bay locations maybe 2 inches.
that's good news there. it's going to be a soggy transition as we head towards next week. more on that in the extended forecast. let's take a look at the beautiful sunrise going on on this first day of 2016. happy new year to you. cold for your friday. you keep thinking it's saturday. it's friday. we have the entire weekend to go. here is a look at some of the numbers. very cold in portions of the north bay. we will start there. 6 in napa, 26 in santa rosa. a freeze warning for north bay, east bay, south bay locations. san jose for the south bay is included in there. around the bay we don't have a freeze warning, but it is a cold one. 31 redwood city, 36 at the oakland airport, 40 in san francisco. last half hour we went to the peninsula. this time around we will go to the inner east bay where we have 39 degrees for pittsburg, 34
anitoch. upper 20s lafayette. offshore systems will eventually impact us. in fact, the transition will begin on saturday. but we're looking at only a slight chance of rain late on saturday. friday mostly clear skies. temperatures in the upper 40s, low 50s for the afternoon. saturday morning notice that cloud cover as we get going tomorrow. tomorrow looks like it could be a partly to mostly cloudy day. by late saturday night maybe even scattered showers on the coast. maybe some inside the north bay. sunday partly to mostly cloudy. a near repeat. and that rain still wanting to stay right offshore. that will be saturday night, sunday night. so cloudy skies. few chances of scattered showers. but sunday into monday is when we will get our best bet with that first round of rain and more to follow. afternoon highs for today upper 40s to low 50s. if you are going to tahoe, a
dry forecast, but a very cold one. sinking into the single-digits in the overnight hours. so be prepared for that. here is a look at your extended forecast. so again just off and on that possibility of a few showers for the weekend. but scattered showers on monday. tuesday looks wet. wednesday looks like to could be wet. thursday looks like it could be wet. bring out the raincoat. you're going to need it. >> we need the water. >> yes. >> and before we go, i keep telling you i am hearing from all these people wishing you two happ. i heard from margaret in brazil. you hear from her all the type. she wishes you a happy new year. >> i love that when we hear from you. you moved and they are streaming us on the.net. >> happy new year to all of you. here is a question. have you made your new year's resolutions in up next, we will take a look at how president obama resolutions affect all of us.
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at bar in tel-aviv. one person was killed. five others were wounded. they say some of the local businesses are shutting down as police are still searching for the gunman. this shooting today comes during three months of almost daily attacks between palestinians and israelis. we are getting a better look now at the aftermath of what happened yesterday. this huge fire at a luxury hotel in dubai. there is a lot of damage there. the fire is out, but there are reports the building is still smoldering. the 63 story high-rise erupted into flames yesterday a couple of hours before a midnight fireworks show. one report says it started on a residence on the 20th floor when some curtains caught fire. the dubai government says 16 people were hurt. many of them minor injuries caused by overcrowding and also smoke. a new year's eve fireworks show at the nearby tallest building in the world, it went on as
planned despite that fire. there is word that president obama is planning to announce a new executive action on gun control shortly after he returns to washington, d.c. next week. the president talked about the issue in his weekly address released earlier this morning. >> a few months ago i directed my team at the white house to look into any new actions i can take to help reduce gun violence. on monday i will meet with our attorney general to discuss our options because i get too many letters from parents and teachers and kids to sit around and do nothing. >> sources familiar with the president's proposal say his executive action will include requiring an expanded number of smaller gun dealers to be licensed and be required to conduct background checks. this would not close the so-called gun show loophole, but it would narrow it. the executive action is expected to impose tighter rules for reporting guns that get lost or
he stolen. just about a year left in office, president obama has a long list of resolutions for 2016. many of which could have an impact on all of us. the president says one of his resolutions is to campaign hard to have a democratic successor to help keep his accomplishments intact in the coming years. besides gun control, the president also wants to work on other controversial issues such as pushing the trans pacific trade deal and closing the prison at guantanamo bay. >> we are going to squeeze every last ounce of progress that we can make when i have the privilege, as long as i have the privilege of holding this office. >> the president currently vacationing in hawaii with his family. he heads back to washington on sunday to begin his last full year in office. >> yeah. time now 7:26. it was like something out of a movie. seven luxury cars stolen in san francisco from a car dealership. up next, this surveillance
snoop good morning. peaceful sounds on january 1st. >> look at the rolling hills there. >> that is a pretty picture. i hope you are having a peaceful new year's day morning. >> that's what we want. >> thank you for joining us. hopefully, you're kind of just lounging and still in your jammies. >> in our minds, we are, too. >> yes. >> we are. >> yeah. >> it's nice to have you with us. 7:30. it's friday, january 1st, 2016. i am pam cook. >> good morning. i am dave clark. we are going to check your new year day weather. rosemary is in for steve. i like that sky behind you. >> beautiful. >> it is. a nice way to start the new year. >> yes. >> it's cold out there, but -- >> it is, it is. >> but a good looking start to the new year. good morning to you. sun rising as we speak. isn't that just a gorgeous one?
that golden hue for a golden state. we do have high clouds in the forecast for today, but mostly clear skies expected. as we get into the evening hours, we begin to transition. and the rest of your weekend is likely to be partly to mostly cloudy with rain right off the coastline. this morning, though, it's about the cold weather. 26 degrees in santa rosa. 40 for san francisco. 36 in oakland. livermore you're checking in at 34. san jose 35. we have a freeze warning for the north, east, and south bay valleys as well as our hills. goes to 8:00 this morning. here is a look at your day planner. just to show you, we are not going to see a very big warm- up. we will see a pretty big change though. mountain view upper 30s to start the moving. by 10, 11:00 mid 40s. even at 10, 11:00 it's going to be chilly. you may need your jacket the entire day. the second half of the afternoon temperatures bumping into the low 50s. we have 50 degrees on this graphic, and then as we settle
into sunset about 5:00, 47 degrees expected. another cool day. mostly clear skies. temperatures in the low-to-mid 50s for most of us. as we get into the second half, here is a look at some of the numbers. we are looking at 49 concord, 49 in napa, 53 san jose, 52 morgan hill. we have changes coming though, and they are wet changes. i will have a look at your extended forecast coming up in just a bit. back to you. >> all right. thank you. time now 7:32. as the new year begins, hundreds of new laws take effect in california. they deal with everything from gun control to the wages of cheerleaders. ktvu fox 2's alex savidge joining us live. you're in walnut creek. tell us. so changes we will notice in 2016. >> reporter: good morning. 700 new laws take effect today here in california, and some of those new laws aim to curb gun violence in our state. one piece of legislation in particular, it was prompted by
a mass shooting near uc santa barbara that happened back in 2014. that attack left six people dead. and this law will allow family members to ask a judge to take away firearms from a relative who appears to pose a threat. another law dealing with gun control will extend a ban on concealed weapons at schools and community colleges, removing an exemption for those with concealed carry permits. another new law requires almost all school children to be fully vaccinated to attend public or private schools. starting today parents can no longer request a personal belief exemption. it's to prevent an infectious disease outbreak. a year ago 150 people are sickened by measles in our state. also starting in 2016, cheerleaders will have a whole lot more to cheer about. a new law says that cheerleaders for professional sports teams are now entitled to minimum
wage, sick leave, overtime pay, and other labor protections. this legislation reclassifies cheerleaders as employees as opposed to contractors, and this is believed to be the first such law in the nation. and speaking of the minimum wage, the minimum wage here in california, by the way, will bump up to $10 an hour starting today as well. dave. >> all right. >> back to you. >> alex savidge, thank you. we will talk to you later. well, as people ushered in the new year across the bay area, law enforcement agencies were busy fanning out, looking for drunk drivers. now, from now through sunday the chp and other law enforcement officers will be looking for impaired, reckless, or distracted driving. they do not want a repeat of what happened last new year's when 28 people died in crashes. just here in california, more than 1,100 people were arrested for dui as well. one officer says he has seen firsthand too many deadly crashes.
>> it takes a mental toll on you. absolutely. for not only yourself, but you have to understand and try to put yourself in the family's shoes. >> officials say there is no excuse for drinking and driving. many public transit agencies extended their hours for new year's eve. some were free. aaa offered the free tow through the tipsy tow program. certainly a lot of programs out there. 7:35. san francisco police are busy searching for four people caught on camera stealing seven luxury cars from a san francisco car dealership. now, police say three men and one woman cut the lock to the main gate of the royal auto group on howard street early wednesday morning. then they drove through the lock on a door where the keys to the cars are stored. they took some keys and they drove off in several very expensive cars worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. a spokesperson for the dealership says nothing like this has ever happened before. >> not in our 60 plus years of
business have we ever had a vehicle stolen from our property that was in service. >> now, police described the three men and one woman as being latino. we're not sure if the stolen cars belong to the dealership or to their customers. the grandmother accused of drowning her own grandson in a bathtub in fairfield did not enter a plea in her first court appearance. she is charged with the murder of her four-year-old grandson. authorities have not revealed a motive, but prosecutors say she may be suffering from an undisclosed mental issue. in court yesterday she wore a padded green vest designed to prevent her from harming herself. >> there does appear to be at least a partial mental health aspect to this case. we'll have to investigate that as well. >> police say rains hughes admitted to them she intentionally drowned her
grandson. she will be back in court next week. the contra costa county sheriff's department released new images of a robbery and beating in alamo that shows two men at a gas station on danville boulevard early sunday morning. one is wearing a black hoodie and a black and white camouflage pants. the other has a grey jacket with white sleeves. take a look at the video there. they both beat the clerk, stole items from the store. anyone with information is asked to contact police. time is 7:37. in europe, new year's celebrations were somewhat muted because of terrorism concerns. police in germany evacuated two train stations last night because of a concrete tip. the islamic state terror group was planning a suicide attack specifically for midnight. police say a foreign intelligence service told them the group planned attacks with as many as seven suicide bombers. both of the train stations have since re-opened, but munich police tweeted this morning the situation is still serious.
meantime, in paris the site of those deadly terror attacks in november, new year's eve events were scaled back. instead of a big fireworks show, there was a laser light show just before midnight. 11,000 police and troops were deployed on the streets of paris. that's 2,000 more than were out there last year. well, in his new year's day address north korea's leader says his country is ready for war. kim jong un delivered a speech. he pledged that any individual or nation that provokes north korea could face, quote, merciless holy war of justice. he did say that he is open to improving relations with south korea and achieving peace in the region, but he talked about the need to increase the political and military force of his country. time is 7:38. back at home starting today you will have to be 21 years old to buy a pack of cigarettes in some parts of the south bay. it's a new law. it changes now the legal age to
buy tobacco products and e-cigarettes from 18 years old to 21 in unincorporated santa clara county. stores in that area are now required to put up signs warning customers about the change. and if they violate this new law, the stores could be fined hundreds of dollars and face being suspended from selling tobacco products. people in a san francisco neighborhood will have a lot of cleaning up to do this new year's day after a water main break. that happened in a home near 41st avenue and mira george lucas a yesterday afternoon. only one home lost service, but the water spread to several streets. traffic was slow going because crews had to dig up a portion of the road to make repairs. and remember that sinkhole we talked about yesterday? crews temporarily patched it up. this is san francisco's noe val valley neighborhood. the hole under up between 24th and jersey streets yesterday after an 18-inch sewer line
broke open. that crater is so deep that crews have delayed the repairs on that sewer line until saturday. once they get the proper safety equipment in, they will be able to shore up the 10-foot hole. but the sad news is, the bad news, muni's j church line is still affected. there is a bus bridge to get riders through the area. someone will start this new year a lot richer. a powerball ticket worth almost $2 million was sold in san jose and no one has claimed it yet. the ticket was purchased here at the wine rack on santa teresa boulevard. the ticket matched five of the six numbers in wednesday night's drawing. a full match would have been worth $300 million. instead, it's worth $1.9 million. take a look at winning numbers. 12, 61, 54, 38, and 36. the ticket did not have the matching powerball number,
sickness and health. love and heartbreak. and covered california is there for it all. not just to help keep you well. but to make sure the cost of being unwell doesn't ruin this whole life thing. because it's more than just health care. it's life care. well, pope francis welcomed in the new year by celebrating mass at the vatican. the pope says now is the time to end indifference and persecution around the world. he pointed to the millions of refugees who continue to flee from their homes because of war and hunger. the catholic surge dedicated new year's day peace and mercy.
now to washington where the state department released 3,000 more e-mails from hillary clinton's account when she was secretary of state. in all, about 55,000 pages of her e-mails are being made public, but the number released yesterday falls short of the mandate by a judge to make 82% of clinton's e-mails public by the end of the year. the department plans to release more next week. the democratic presidential frontrunner had no comment. time is 7:44. a time of year when we tend to take a close look at our money and finances. so what's in and what's out in the new year when it comes to your money? fox business network's adam shapiro takes a look at what is trending. >> reporter: it's the time of year when people reflect on their finances. >> they take a look at their financial situation, what went right, what went wrong in 2015, how can they make improvements in 2016, were they part-time
employees, were they full-time employed. >> reporter: so what's in and what's out for 2016? regarding trends in the workplace, gigs are in. out full-time jobs. >> it's because of the employer mandate to provide health insurance. there are some new changes going into effect in 2016. health insurance is expensive for employers. so because of that as well as other factors, telecommuting, employees' desire for greater flexibility, the gig economy is poised to take off. >> reporter: trends for 2016 in, the burbs. out city life. >> trends are expected to skyrocket in 2016. they are going to go even higher. so you are going to see a slew of people actually move away from the city centers and to cheaper alternatives because affordable housing in the cities is just very scarce. >> reporter: say so long to paper transactions.
peer-to-peer payments are in. cash and checks bye-bye. >> now that apple is in talks with u.s. banks to provide a new peer-to-peer payment system, the technology is really poised to take off in 2016. more people are becoming very comfortable with paying one another with their phones. >> reporter: post-recession, consumers are less interested in showcasing what they have and more interested in showcasing what they are. in, giving back. out, keeping up with the joneses. >> a new money mindset report verifies this. it shows more than aered had of us, 35%, in fact, think that the purpose of making money over their lifetime is to give back, either during their lifetimes or after their lifetimes, and 61%, according to this same survey, would rather be seen as generous than financially successful. >> reporter: on the tax side, passwords are more on sow lit,
-- obsolete. windows 10 works with cameras to perform facial recognition. in new york, adam shapiro, fox business. >> all right. thank you. all right. we want to check in with rosemary on the weather. we don't have traffic because there really isn't much traffic today. >> that's a good thing. >> in case you are wondering. >> if we hear of something, we will tell you. >> we will let you know. we talked about the sinkhole. everybody wants to know what it's going to be like today. outdoor plans. >> get out for a nice hike. it's going to be a great day as long as you bundle up. another cold one in store. temperatures sinking in the 20s for some of us this morning. our inland valleys as well as the mountains with an advisory. a freeze warning all for the next 12 minutes or so. the national weather service has listed that to 8:00 this morning. if they extend it, i will let you know. if not, it will go away at 8 a.m. here is a beautiful view of the sunrise. one of the best parts of being up this morning.
the first sunrise of 2016, and it is a glorious one. here is another shot. this one coming in from glen park bonsai. the first bonsai sunrise of 2016. >> okay. >> that's sweet. yes, we have mostly clear skies for most of us. the fog was thick over the north bay yesterday morning. not the case this morning. that is good news. today first day of the year going to resemble the last day of 2015 because we are going to be cold, we are going to be mostly clear. but we do have a transition coming. it has to do with the systems south africa offshore. partly to mostly cloudy for most of the weekend. eventually some rain. through friday we are mostly clear. late tonight the clouds will roll in, and by tomorrow morning we are partly to mostly cloudy and tomorrow looks to be a partly to mostly cloudy day. but i am going to take us to 6:00 in the afternoon. that rain is close to the shore. we may have a few light scattered showers along the shore. maybe into the north bay. but most of us will be dry.
this is your saturday. as we get into sunday, notice that rain doesn't change a whole lot. still hugging up against the coastline. most of us are dry, but we may see a few scattered showers over and along the coast, maybe into the north bay, and with all this cloud cover there is definitely that possibility that we'll squeeze out a few scattered showers. maybe a little bit of drizzle. so changes are coming for your weekend. although it's not going to be a lot of rain, we could be a little damp at times. as we get into monday we have sunday into sunday, that first weak system pulls through. tuesday looks like it's going to be a wet day. here we are tuesday afternoon. we have got rain in the forecast. wednesday looks like we will start out with scattered showers. and then as we head into thursday it looks like there is more rain to come. not steady for the next several days. however, it will be on and off and you are going to need the umbrella. so that is great news. temperatures for the afternoon today under mostly clear skies 53 oakland, 57 redwood city. if you are enjoying this nice weather, well, get out today because, again, changes are
coming. there is the extended forecast. these are warmer storms. notice temperatures, despite no sun, we will be warmer. upper 50s in the forecast sunday, monday, tuesday and that will raise the snow levels as well. >> thank you. all right. time now 7:50. one bay area family celebrating the new year with a bay bridge believed to be the first one -- with a baby believed to be the first one born in 2016. the baby boy was delivered right at the stroke of midnight at eden medical center in castro valley. the boy named edward weighs in 7 pounds 12 ounces, 20 inches long. the proud parents michelle beans and from hayward. time is 7:50. would you believe a strange glitch on facebook? why some users felt a lot older than they really are. and new restrictions for
welcome back to "mornings on 2". 7:53. california health officials have lifted the ban on dungeness crab for part of the state. not for the bay area, though. recent tests show that crab caught off santa barbara and most of san luis obispo county have low acid. dungeness crab caught off the coast of the northern california, though, at this point still off limits. 7:53. time is running out for a youth soccer league in the s.a.t. bay that is suing -- south bay that is suing the nfl over the use of a soccer field over the super bowl. starting monday, the nfl will take over the league's soccer fields, which are right next to
levi stadium. the plan is to turn that area into a media village for the super bowl. it's part of a deal the nfl has with the city of santa clara. now, lawyers for the youth soccer league tried but failed to get a temporary restraining order. an injunction hearing is set for wednesday, but the nfl may start building on those fields before the judge hands down a ruling. that possibility would leave the youth soccer league with no place to play. >> these fields are home. this is where we practice. we come three to four times a week. >> very sorry it's come to this, especially at this 11th hour. but the city made hard commitments to the nfl in march of 2013, and the nfl has relied on those commitments. now at this point it's the city's obligation to make good on those commitments. >> the nfl has promised they will repair the soccer fields after the super bowl. the youth soccer field thinks that may take several months.
the league is accessing for three soccer fields somewhere in santa clara between january and june at either the city or the nfl's expense. well, when super bowl arrives, the fans you won't be smelling barbecue or seeing tents put up outside of levi stadium during the game. the nfl is banning any grilling, any tents, or any other kinds of tailgating at parking lots for super bowl. people will be allowed to bring cold food, but you can't take up any additional parking spaces out there. an nfl spokesperson says the tailgating ban is because of security concerns. now, there will be invitation only tailgating parties planned for the game day as well as a plaza set up outside levi stadium where fans can eat and drink. the warriors ended the best year in franchise history with what else? another win. last night the warriors bounced back from wednesday's loss to dallas by knocking off the houston rockets on the road. once again the injured steph
curry you didn't play. he was rooting from the sidelines. klay thompson scored 38. green posted his nba league leading fifth triple-double of the season. he scored 10 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had a career high 16 assists. the warriors came from behind to overtake the rockets 114-110. 7:56. 49er fans calling for the team to draft former cal quarterback jared goff. with the school's athletic director at his side, he announced yesterday he is going to skip his senior season at cal to enter the nfl draft. goff broke several cal records, including the career touchdown passes and passing yards, and he capped off his college career by throwing six touchdowns leading cal to a victory in the armed forces bowl on tuesday. >> you know, like i said, i will
be happy to go anywhere. >> now, the nfl draft begins april 28th. jared goff, great guy, is a bay area native. he starred at marin atlantic high school before he went to cal. >> fun to watch. president obama may be tackling gun control in the new year. up next, the action the president the says he will take when he returns from vacation next week. the party is over. 2016 is here. we will take you to san francisco where the clean-up is underway. it's the new year, but the pattern change -- hasn't changed much, at least in the weather department. i will have a look at how much longer this cold pattern is going to stick around and when wet weather will enter the picture coming up.
good morning. a spectacular fireworks show over the bay. there is some clean-up underway this morning though after san francisco's big new year's eve party. plus, president obama among the many people who have resolutions for our new year. the big issues facing the commander in chief in 2016. all ahead on "mornings on 2". on 2". this is ktvu "mornings on 2". good morning. thank you for joining us. welcome. that is a beautiful picture. downtown san jose, actually, this morning. >> that's a nice shot. >> yeah. another clear day. cold though. >> it is. >> it has been beautiful around the bay area and for our first day of 2016. thank you for joining us. i am pam cook. >> rosemary made it nice. she wanted to start off a brand
new year with nice weather. crystal clear. you did good. >> oh, thank you very much. thank you very much. >> you called it anyway. >> right. >> can't control it, but i called it. and we have another dry day. a cool day in store for the first day of 2016. so if you are going to be out and about, bring along the jacket. the gloves, the scarf, too. it's a cold one. we will remain dry for the first day. a live look across the bay and into san francisco, what a beautiful start to the day. and as we get that the afternoon temperatures will remain on the cool side. upper 40s to low 50s for the afternoon. a little bit of wind stirring around. even had a tweet come in from the east bay hills in and around oakland saying, what is going on? we have a sustained wind. gusts 20-25 miles per hour through the east bay hills. fairfield has also been with the breeze this morning. sop of these areas, fairfield, concord, oakland waking up a tad warmer because of that air. the cold air not allowed to just
really settle in. we are looking at temperatures still up in areas like fairfield, but concord the numbers now dropping off. oakland now dropping off as well with temperatures 5 degrees colder than where we started yesterday morning. san jose, you are down by 5. as we head to the north bay down by 6 in santa rosa. a freeze warning in place expiring as i speak. the national weather service had it in place until 8:00. i looked just a moment ago and they hadn't extended it. look how cold it is still. 26 in napa, 26 in santa rosa, 35 in the south bay of san jose. our inner east bay waking up freezing and just above. 33 livermore. 38 walnut creek right now. 36 in oakland. along the peninsula we have 40s in and around portions of daly city and stretching down into redwood city. into the 30s. how about the inner east bay? 28 in danville right now. 33 anitoch. 29 for lav fet. as we get into the afternoon another cool day. upper 40s to low 50s in the
forecast. when i come back i will put some numbers on the screen for your afternoon highs today and we will talk about our transition to wet weather. >> thank you, rosemary. from times square in new york city to the beautiful san francisco waterfront, the new year 2016 began a spectacularring fireworks show filled the skies. people got to celebrate a very clear evening there in san francisco. and from our ktvu rooftop camera we could see the fireworks. >> that's sweet. >> look at that. mine, you cannot get a better view than that. you have the bridge. the embarcadero. the whole skyline. no major problems also. some other good news from san francisco police. they reported every available officer was out patrolling the streets. >> three, two, one! happy new year! >> and that is how they rang in the new year in new york. a little more civillized for us. we can celebrate new year at
9:00 their time, right? this was times square. about a million people headed out to watch the ball drop. the huge crowds surrounded by extremely tight security, though, as well. thousands of police officers, uniformed and undercover, were there to keep everybody safe. everybody looks happy in that shot. >> well, yeah. >> streets filled with confetti. more than a ton was dropped celebrate new year's eve. the performers included carrie underwood and demi lovato. and some of the other new year's eve celebrations. take a look on the left of your screen. this is a celebration in old sacramento. they did a good job. started at 9:00 last night. same time as the ball was being dropped in new york city. now, in the middle of your screen, that's las vegas. thousands of people from all over the nation head for vegas for the new year's party there every year. and on the right of your screen, just dramatic fireworks show. that's in boston, massachusetts. well, back here in the bay area the clean-up in san francisco, after last night's big new year's celebration, it
started right away as soon as the fireworks ended. the clean-up crews went right to work. ktvu fox 2's christien kafton has been out since early this morning. you are in north beach. how are things looking out there this morning? >> reporter: yeah, dave, you know you have been tracking our progress. we started at powell street. we are no north beach. you can see folks hard at work cleaning up. collecting barricades after last night's big celebration here in san francisco. they got into san francisco this morning and we watched as barricades were loaded up on flatbed trucks. we have also seen a fleet of street cleaners out patrolling the streets this morning. a lot of trash and mess out there after last night's big celebration. signs of the hundreds of thousands of people who flooded into the city for new year's eve celebrations and the fireworks show. now, we found people this morning who are also expressing their hopes for the new year. >> hope for a peaceful world. more peaceful world this year.
definitely. >> my new year's resolution is going to be kinder and nicer to people. >> reporter: the fireworks show last night, of course, was the big draw. hundreds of thousands of people turned out on the waterfront to watch the 15-minute show despite the cold temperatures. san francisco police also out in force making sure the celebrants did not get out of hand. back to the live shot, this crew has cleared up this area on broadway. they are making their way through the city. happy new year, one of the major concerns, we noticed this morning coming in and driving around on the streets that there were some drivers out there who appeared to be intoxicated. we will be checking in with chp through the day to get an update on how many duis there were last night. the take home message is everybody wants a safe and happy 2016. >> yeah, we all want that. the gentleman behind you
working hard. we want to praise them, too. they are doing a great job cleaning up in san francisco. all right. >> reporter: absolutely. great work out here. >> they are moving fast, too. happy new year to them. time is 8:07. well, if you plan to ride bart today be ready. you are going to pay more. today bart fares go up almost 3.5%. so, for example, if you commute between walnut creek and downtown san francisco you will have to pay about 15 cents more each way. and if you go to sfo it will cost an extra 35 cents. it's part of bart's plan. they raised fares every other year to help pay for new train cars and also maintenance. we are learning about a crash that happened about 90 minutes ago on interstate 80 in fairfield. it took the life of a pedestrian. the highway patrol says a car hit and killed a person eastbound interstate 80. this is at the green valley road off-ramp. it's not clear right now what
that person was doing, walking on the freeway. but officers are investigating what happened. no names have been released. time is 8:07. a vigil set for noontime today at the fruitvale bart station marking the seventh anniversary of the shooting death the oscar grant. hundreds of supporters gathered at a similar vigil last year. now, attending today's rally will be family members and close friends of oscar grant. also members of the black lives matter movement. he was shot to death at the fruitvale bart station by then bart police officer johannes mezly on january 1, 2009. he was released from jail after serving 11 months of a two year prison sentence. san francisco's police chief is asking the u.s. department of justice to review the city's police policies and training. the chief is also asking the community oriented policing office for advice on how
officers should respond to people who are armed with knives. now, this follows a deadly december 2nd officer involved fatal shooting of mario woods. a stabbing suspect who was holding a knife at the time. the video of five officers shooting him several times led to protests and demands for the chief to resign. there is word president obama plans to announce a new executive action on gun control shortly after he comes back to the white house next week from his vacation in hawaii. the president talked about the issue in his weekly address released earlier this morning. >> a few months ago i directed my team at the white house to look into any new actions i can take to help reduce gun violence. and on monday i will meet with our attorney general, loretta lynch, to discuss our options because i get too many letters from parents and teachers and kids to sit around and do nothing. >> the sources who are familiar with the president's proposal say his executive action will
include requiring an expanded number of smaller gun dealers to be licensed. therefore, be required to conduct background checks. now, this would not close the so-called gun show loophole, but it would narrow. the executive action is also expected to impose tougher controls for reporting guns that are lost or stolen. well, at 8:10 a lot of us have no doubt made resolutions as this brand new year begins. president obama is no expectation. doug luzader looks at how the president's 2016 pledges could affect all of us. >> reporter: beyond working on his golf game, which appears much improved in recent years, president obama has a lengthy list of resolutions for 2016 and he will finish this vacation and 2015 with just over one year to advance his vision for america. >> we are going to squeeze
every last ounce of progress that we can make when i had the privilege of -- as long as i have the privilege of hold this office. >> reporter: the other big goal for 2016, helping to defeat whatever republican ends up winning the gop nomination next year. >> more than tiger woods. >> reporter: especially if it's donald trump, who appears to really get under the president's skin. >> i think we will have a strong democratic nominee. i think that democratic nominee will win. i think i will have a democratic successor and i will campaign hard to make that happen. >> reporter: for starters, it would be essential to keeping the president's agenda intact in coming years. therein lies the delicate balancing act for the president in 2016 pushing items like gun control, the trans pacific trade deal, and closing the prison at guantanamo bay. things that could be controversial while at the same time making sure he doesn't alienate potential independent and democratic voters come november. >> if he is serious about
electing the democratic nominee, he is going to have to find ways to be less controversial and to you a peel to a broader section of the public. can he do it? i don't know. >> reporter: and no one really knows at this point. but it's clear that as his vacation winds to a close this weekend, the president will be looking ahead to a new year that could well determine what his legacy will be. 8:12 is the time now. the biggest party of new year's day. the rose parade is getting underway in pasadena right now. we will tell you about the strict security measures in place in the wake of the santa barbara shootings. just to keep people safe. first, a lawsuit over spilled coffee. up next, the incident that has a bay area woman suing burger king. and we want to take a look at the roads outside. that's all we can see is the roads because there are very few cars, and that's a great thing. it's the very first day of
january 2016. this is right by the bay bridge toll plaza. absolutely no traffic. just wanted to show it to you. cool dry weather in place for the first day of 2016. i am tracking some changes though in the way of wet weather. what you can expect for today and what the wet weather will arrive coming up.
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happening now in pasadena. thousands of people braved the cold temperatures overnight to get a spot right along that parade route. ktvu's brian flores joins us now with what is being done to keep people safe as they enjoy this wonderful parade. >> reporter: police agencies, both local and federal, are there this morning and will continue to be there this afternoon for the rose bowl game between stanford and iowa. want to go to pictures now just into the newsroom. those spectators along the parade route there. you can see several of the big floats there. lots of people having a great time. also seeing the bands that are playing there this morning. and they will be walking along the parade routes talking about the people involved in the parade, which, by the way, is 5.5 miles long. boy, wear your sneakers. this year's theme is find your adventure, which coincides with the centennial celebration of our country's national parks. and this year's grand marshal, by the way, is filmmaker ken
burns. it takes an estimated 80,000 combined hours of hundreds of volunteers to put together 44 floats for today. also quite a task for the several hundreds of thousands of people that were there last night braving the cold weather trying to get a spot along pasadena's colorado boulevard. >> you got movies. we got a screened everything. we are going to be doing everything. we got water. we got barbecue pits. we got everything. >> reporter: did he say barbecue? i am there. the rose parade is adding an unprecedented level of security following the santa barbara shootings. these measures include federal agencies, as we mentioned, armed tactical rapid response teams, bomb sniff dogs, as you see there, and a radiation detection device and several surveillance cameras. now, we should mention no credible threat has been issued, but authorities are not taking any chances. on a lighter note, a few bay area connections including stanford's band playing this morning. of course, the team playing against iowa in the rose bowl later this afternoon. also, guys, saratoga high
school from the south bay, their marching band and color guard taking part in the parade as well. my team. my high school in san diego. >> that's awesome. >> they will be there for the first time ever. >> that's awesome. i was looking up, because one of our viewers has a friend working on the float. they said they took -- they were sitting and placing leaves on one part for four hours or something like that. >> you have to see it up close. >> i have to look up who it was. i will find out who it is to give credit. but it was kind of cool to hear from the people. >> the amazing amount of patience and hours. they are beautiful. >> they are gorgeous. if you get a chance to get down there, you can go after the parade and walk through that area and see them on display after it's all done. >> on my bucket list. >> you haven't done it yet? >> no, one of these years. this is funny. did you see it? facebook made users a lot older than they really are. a little bit of a glitch.
facebook sent out a series of automated messages inviting users to celebrate 46 years of friendship. those folks have been friends for 46 years. they don't even look 46. >> no. facebook started in 2004. some of the people got the message are in their 20s and 30s. obviously, impossible to have done anything for 46 years at this point. facebook blaming it all on a software glitch. >> a new year's joke maybe? >> maybe. >> maybe. all right. time is 8:19. let's check weather right now. rosemary, you have got a fascinating, i think it's a fascinating forecast. not only what's clear now, but what's coming our way? >> yeah. a splendid view. if you are waking up, gorgeous weather out there. it doesn't feel that great if you you are going to be outdoors. bring your thicker coat. it's a chilly one. temperatures in the 20s for some. giving you a live look there at the owing land skyline, oakland right now in the upper 30s.
at the airport 36 degrees. so very, very cold. and if 36 isn't cold, take a look at santa rosa. starting out at 26 for you. san francisco at 40. livermore 33. san jose this morning holding at 35 degrees. we will be mostly sunny for today, but we have changes coming our way. temperatures for the afternoon, a cool one. 48 livermore, 49 in napa, 52 san francisco, and as we shift down along the peninsula 52 expected redwood city, 53 for the south bay of san jose, 52 morgan hill. so today a lot like yesterday. we are going to be clear. we are going to be cool. but we do have changes coming. those mostly clear skies will be taken over by cloudy skies as systems pull closer to the coast. we are going to transition into a wet pattern that is going to last for several days. here is a look at your futurecast model this morning where we are waking up with a lot of sunshine out there. we do have a little bit of cloud cover, but not bad at all. as we get into the overnight
hours it begins to move in. tomorrow morning could be a partly to mostly cloudy day. and then we are going to be in and out of clouds for several days. here we are saturday night. look at what's moving up along the coastline. could have a few scattered showers on the coast, maybe into the north bay. this is saturday night. saturday is going to be dry. as we get into the evening hours we begin to see wet changes approaching the coast. most of us are going to dry. sunday morning we may have a few scattered showers here. most of us partly to mostly cloudy for your sunday. as we get into late sunday night that rain line begins to move in. the first weak system really expected to move inland sunday night into monday. we have more rain in the forecast on tuesday, and it goes farther out than that. look at your extended forecast. so again wrapping up today we had that freeze warning early on. that expired at 8:00 but is still very cold out there this morning. temperatures in the afternoon upper 40s to low 50s with dry conditions today. partly to mostly cloudy for the
entire weekend. notice temperatures are beginning to come up as we get into the weekend. those afternoon highs slightly warmer. even without the sunshine. that's an indication that the systems that are rolling in warmer storms than what we have seen. chance for a few scattered showers saturday night. mainly dry on sunday. next chance for scattered showers sunday night lasting into monday. tuesday looks like a with the day. wednesday looks like scattered showers. thursday looks like it could be wet as well. then that's not going to be steady. it's off and on for the next several days. >> you know, brian wants to go skiing up in tahoe. >> i know. yeah. snow levels will are coming up. you think impacting the pass at times. and definitely a good idea to keep the chains handy. new snow coming in the sierras. >> he will be happy to hear that. >> he is happy already. thanks. time is 8:22. a pleasant hill woman suing burger king over a hot coffee injury. the contra costa times reports karen dunn was injured in july
when an employee allegedly hand her a cup of coffee without securing the lid at the drive through. the coffee spilled on to her lap and burned her. dunn is suing for unspecified damages as well as medical expenses and lost wages. time is 8:23. an update on the deadly flooding in the midwest. i mean, at least 20 people have been killed. hundreds of homes are damaged. the reason today is a crucial day for some communities along the mississippi river. we are also getting a better look at that damage from the massive fire at a dubai luxury hotel. the interior decoration inside one of the rooms that may have started that fire.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". time is now 8:25. a developing story from israel. police say two people are dead. a gunman opened fire at a popular bar in tel-aviv. now, israeli reports say the attacker used an assault rifle and fired about 30 shots. three other people were hurt. police say a massive manhunt is underway trying to find the gunman. that comes after three months of almost daily attacks. we are also getting a better look this morning at the aftermath of a fire in dubai. look at some of the damage. the fire is out, but there are reports the building is still smoldering.
now, the 63 story high-rise erupted in flames yesterday just a couple of hours before a midnight fireworks show in dubai. one report says it started in a residence on the 20th floor. they say curtains caught fire. >> this one about eighth floor. that was bad. and thenner fire -- another fire further up. >> now, the dubai government says at least 16 people were hurt. most of those injuries are minor caused by smoke and other things. hundreds of people were also evacuated. there is no suggestion right now that terrorism was involved. a new year's eve fireworks show billed to be the largest in the world went on as planned despite that big fire. the world's tallest building the birch ka leave a across the waterway. well, some missouri communities along the mississippi river are bracing
today for record river crests to reach their homes. 20 people have already died because of flooding on rivers in missouri, but nearly all of those were drivers who were trying to cross the roads covered in water. hundreds of hopes and businesses have been damaged by the flooding. >> we saw a person on a canoe earlier taking video. the river is like raging waters. it's very fast. >> scary. >> a lot of traffic. i don't know where everyone's trying to go, but it's backing everything up over here. >> well, the flooding was caused by at least 10 inches of rain over a three-day period across a wide section of missouri and illinois. time is 8:28. it was like something out of a movie. seven luxury cars stolen in san francisco from a car dealership. up next, the surveillance video police are checking now as they investigate this bold heist. plus, it is the first day of 2016 and that means hundreds of
new laws take effect today here in california. we will tell you how some of those laws are going to benefit workers. all that coming up. this morning joined by frigid temperatures once again. we will check in on your current conditions, take a look at what you can expect for your new year's day. and in the extended forecast, wet whether is on the way. more on that coming up.
the music of stanley taran teen. one of the great jazz musicians this morning. live out at walnut creek. look at the sky, the rolling hills. we wanted to get you started the right way as we say welcome to "mornings on 2". a brand new day. it is friday, the very first day of 2016. trying to impress pam cook. >> i am impressed. >> good. >> i am impressed. we wanted to say good morning to some of our viewers. >> yeah. >> who are up and tweeting us. and kirk stephens is the one who has a friend working on the -- >> oh, okay. >> the rose parade float. glued 500 leaves in just two hours. that's on scales of a fish. we will look for that. and i wanted to say joy says good morning. she is our plumeria lady. cc in clearlake. happ. good morning to you.
matt. and redwood valley, rosemary is there. she says 2.7 in redwood valley. that was 5:40 this morning. that's north of eureka. >> yes. in the mendocino county area. >> okay. thanks for letting us know. you might feel a little bit of rumbling further down here. >> i was able to find a graphic that shows us exactly where. >> good. thank you. >> that shook this morning. again, as marla mentioned, a 2.7. a minor quake. it was on the east side of highway 101 between willis and ukiah. so thank you for keeping us informed. absolutely correct. a little tremor going on there this morning. how about outside our doors here around the bay area? it's a cold start. it's a mostly clear start. started out with a freeze warning. that has expired, but it's still free agent. 26 in santa rosa. 26 in napa. novato 30. walnut creek at 38. 36 in oakland.
along the peninsula this morning 31 in redwood city, 37 mountain view, san francisco starting out at 40 degrees. one of the warmer spots. 43 half moon bay. into the south bay san jose at 3 a. this is definitely the headline for most of us. a few more numbers. 31 menlo park as well as palo alto, 34 degrees in san mateo. getting into the afternoon another cool day expected. take a look at santa rosa. by 11:00, even noontime, still in the 40s. you may need the jacket the entire day. we will warm into the low 50s by 2, 3:00. definitely the warmer part of the day. and then sliding as we get into sunset about 5:00 back into the 40s. most of us will struggle to get into the 50s for today. i will have a look at the afternoon highs for your area in the extended forecast. rain on the way. more on that in just a bit. >> thank you. time is 8:34. we have brand new laws here in california from a minimum wage hike to gun control. as this new year begins, there are hundreds of new laws taking
effect. ktvu fox 2's alex savidge joining us live now. tell us some of the changes. >> reporter: the governor signed more than 700 bills into law last year, and many will have an impact on workers here in our state. among other things, the minimum wage, it will bump up to $10 an hour today. it had been nine. that's a step up for some workers, although it may not have such a big impact in the bay area because several large cities like oakland and san francisco, they had set their minimum wage already at $12 an hour. now, a separate law, it will allow women to challenge gender-based wage gaps. this legislation requires employers to prove that a man's higher pay for similar work is not based on gender. lawmakers this year also focused on gun control. one piece of legislation, it was prompted by a shooting rampage at uc santa barbara back in
2014 that left six people dead. this new law allows family members to ask a judge to take away firearms from a relative who appears to pose a threat. now, another law dealing with gun control extends a ban on concealed weapons at schools and community colleges removing an exemption for those with concealed carry permits. also, starting in 2016 it will be a whole lot easier to get rid of that old mattress. a new law makes california just the second state in the nation to set up a recycling program for used mattresses and box springs. and you can find collection sites by going to a website that's called bye-bye mattress dot-com. and, of course, the goal there is to try to get people to get rid of those old mattresses the right way as opposed to dumping them on the sides of the roads, as we often tend to see, dave. they are trying to deal with the problem that way and set up a
program here in california. >> right, right. all right. alex savidge, thank you for the update on these new laws. thank you. time is 8:36. starting today you are going to have to be at least 21 years old to buy a pack of cigarettes in some parts of the south bay. there is a new law. it changes the legal age to buy tobacco products and e-cigarettes from 18 to 21 in unincorporated santa clara county. stores in the area will be required, they have got to put up signs warning customers about this change. and if they violate the new law, those stores could be fined hundreds of dollars. they could also be suspended from selling tobacco products. as the new year began law enforcement agencies were busy. they were fanning out, looking for impaired drivers. now, from now through sunday the chp and other law enforcement officers, they are looking for impaired, reckless, or distracted drivers. they don't want a repeat of what happened last new year's. that's when 28 people died in
crashes in california, and more than 1,100 people were arrested for dui. one officer said he has seen firsthand too many deadly crashes. >> it takes a mental toll on you, absolutely. you have to understand and try to put yourself in the family's shoes. >> officials say there is no excuse at all for drinking and driving. also, many public transit agencies extended their hours for new year's eve and aaa offered free tows and rides through the tipsy tow program. san francisco police are looking for people caught on camera stealing several luxury cars from a car dealership. now, police say three men and one woman cut the lock to the main gate of the royal auto group on hayward street early wednesday morning. then they drilled through the lock on a door to where the keys to the cars are stored. they took some keys and they drove off in several high-end cars worth several hundreds of thousands of dollars.
a spokesman for the dealership says nothing like this has ever happened before. >> not in our 60-plus years of business have we ever had a vehicle stolen from our property that was in service. >> all together, seven cars were stolen. police described the three men and one woman as latino. it's not clear if the stolen cars belonged to the dealership or to some customers. time is 8:39. bay area grandmother accused of drowning her four-year-old grandson in a bathtub in fairfield did not enter a plea yesterday in her first court appearance. dawn rain hughes made a brief court appearance. she is charged with the murder of her four-year-old grandson. authorities haven't told us about any possible motive, but prosecutors say she may have an undisclosed mental problem. in court yesterday she wore a padded green vest designed to keep her from hurting herself. >> there does appear to be at least a partial mental health
aspect to this case. we will have to investigate that as well. >> police say she admitted that she intentionally drowned her grandson. she is going to be back in court next week. meantime, the contra costa county sheriff's department released new images to show you of a robbery and a beating in alamo. it shows two men at a gas station on danville boulevard early sunday morning. one wearing a black hoodie and black and white camouflage pants. the other has on a grey jacket with white sleeves. well, they both beat the store clerk and stole items from the store. if you have any information about these two men, call the police. people in a san francisco neighborhood will have a lot of cleaning up to do this new year's day after a water main break. it happened in a home near 41st avenue in the city's outer sunset neighborhood yesterday afternoon. only one home lost service, but that water did spread to several streets. traffic also slow going in that
area because crews had to dig up a portion of the road. and crews temporarily patched up that sinkhole in san francisco's noe valley, but the problem is far from fixed. that hole opened up between 24th and jersey streets yesterday after an 18-inch sewer line broke open. the crater is so deep that crews have delayed the repairs on that sewer line until tomorrow. once they get the proper safety equipment in they will be able to shore up that hole. but it is 10 feet. muni's j church line is still affected. there is a bus bridge to get people through that area. time is 8:41. super bowl 50 we know is headed for santa clara, but we don't know the fate of some youth soccer fields right next to levi stadium a last-ditch effort to keep the nfl away even though those fields are due to be taken over on monday. joined by frosty temps once again. a live look over san jose.
welcome back to "mornings on 2". the state department released 3,000 more e-mails from hillary clinton's account. in all, about 55,000 pages of her e-mails are being made public. but the number released yesterday falls short of the mandate by a judge to make 82% of clinton's e-mails public by the end of the year. the department says it plans to release more next week. the democratic presidential frontrunner has no comment. time is 8:44. in europe celebrations muted because of terrorism concerns. police in munich, germany,
evacuated two train stations because of a concrete trip. the islamic state terror group planned a suicide attack for midnight. police at a foreign intelligence told them that they planned attacks with as many as seven suicide bombers. well, both of those train stations have since re-opened. but munich police tweeted out this morning that the situation is still very serious. in paris the site of those deadly terror attacks in november new year's eve was scaled back. instead of a fireworks display there was a laser light show before midnight. about 11,000 police and troops were out on the street. that's 2,000 more than last year. the city of rochester in upstate new york scaled back celebrations last night. the city canceled their fireworks show after the fbi arrested a man in week in connection with an isis- inspired terror plot. authorities say 25-year-old emanuel lutchman planned to
attack people with machetes and knives at a bar on new year's eve. the city still held a new year's eve party at the its convention center. extra police officers were deployed. our time is 8:46. on super bowl sunday fans won't be barbecuing or you won't see them setting up tents out of levi stadium because the nfl is banning any grilling, any tents, or other forms of tailgating in the parking lots for super bowl. patrons will be allowed to bring cold food, but you can't take up any additional parking spaces. the spokesperson for the nfl says the tailgating ban is because of security concerns. there will be invitation-only tailgate parties planned for the game day. again it's invitation only, as well as a plaza set up outside of levi stadium where fans can eat and drink. time is running out for a youth soccer league in the south bay to make its case against the nfl in court. starting on monday the nfl is going to take over the soccer
league's soccer fields. they are right next to levi stadium. the plan is to turn that area into a media village for the super bowl. it's part of a long-standing deal the nfl made with the city of santa clara. lawyers for the youth soccer league tried but did not get a temporary restraining order. an injunction hearing is set for wednesday. but the nfl may start building on those fields before the judge hands down a ruling. that possibility is leaving these youth soccer league with no place to play. >> these fields are home. this is where we practice. >> very sore i it's come to this, especially at this 11th hour. but the city made hard commitments to the nfl in march of 2013. now at this point it's the city's obligation to make good on those commitments. >> now, the nfl promises they are going to repair the soccer fields after the super bowl, but the youth league, they are thinking that may take several
months. the youth league wants access to three soccer fields somewhere in santa clara between january and june, and with either the city or the nfl paying for it. 8:48 is the time. and we want to check back in with rosemary. we have no traffic to mention. we should mention that. >> there is no traffic out there. >> happy new year, sal. yeah. >> because there aren't very many cars out there, which is good. everybody is resting. how is the weather? gosh, we should mention doug, aaron. he tweets us often. i re-tweeted it. the bird bath frozen over. hiting it with a hammer. >> he had to take a hammer to it. >> that shows how cold it is. >> there is a lot of frost out there. icy conditions. we have snow in the sierra. i will show you a picture in just a moment. outside our doors this morning we are waking up with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies and cold, cold weather.
temperatures in the 20s over portions of the north bay. we have 30s for the inner east bay. we have a freeze warning this morning. that has expired. but it is still quite frigid out there. let's take a look at this picture from ski heavenly this morning. rise and shine 2016. there you have it. a beautiful start to the day in areas over tahoe. even colder, of course, than we are and going to remain cold for the weekend. we have more rain and snow coming to the bay area and to the sierra as we get into the next week. in fact, we are going to start to see a transition into your weekend. for today a lot liked yesterday, we are going to be dry. we are going to be cool. this morning we are off to a freezing start. even below freezing in areas like napa and santa rosa. 26 degrees right now. 37 novato. 33 livermore. 33 conquered. around the bay temperatures better, but still feel quite cold. 37 hayward as well as mountain
view. 41 san francisco. into the south bay san jose you're at 35. i have been holding up 35 the entire morning. anitoch 35 degrees a right close to brentwood there. 31 danville. 40 degrees alamo. upper 30s for lafayette. in the afternoon today, upper 40s to low 50s. some areas not going to hit 50s today. santa rosa 49. napa 49. fairfield for you as well. upper 40s livermore, around the bay low 50s, 52 san francisco, 50 degrees for mountain view. take a look at this futurecast model. between sunday and wednesday we are looking at anywhere from half-inch to an inch of rain for the central and south bay. two inches for the north bay. today we talked about cool and dry. tomorrow cloudy skies. maybe a little bit of rain developing saturday night along the coast. sunday more of the same. partly to mostly cloudy. mainly dry with showers possible right along the coast. it moves in while we sleep. monday looks to be a showery day. tuesday looks to be a wet day. wednesday looks to be can scattered showers. and thursday looks like it could also turn out to be a wet day.
so for the next several days we have the on and off rain. of course, that's going to change as we get to the next several days. so take all that with a grain of salt. the takeaway is we have wet weather coming our way and it looks like it's going to last the next several days. these are warmer storms. mid-to-upper 50s in the forecast in the afternoons. and the sierra will get new snow. >> i just heard from marlise on facebook, my facebook page, she is -- they have moved, i guess, from san carlos to bernie where it's 2 degrees. >> oh! >> getting used to that. >> yeah. 2 degrees. gorgeous up by shasta area. >> wow. all right. rosemary, thank you. >> welcome. time is 8:51. from a bay area newborn to a couple tying the knot in new york city, we are going to take a look at some of the special firsts of 2016. we also want to see how you are celebrating the new year. we have seen some fantastic photos so far. >> there is a new baby.
a look at how pope francis welcomed in the new year celebrating mas at the vatican. he says it's final to end indifference and persecution around the world. he pointed to the millions of refugees who continue to flee their homes because of war and hunger. the catholic church dedicated new year's day to promoting piece and mercy as a path towards forgiveness worldwide. back here in the bay area one family is celebrating the new year a new baby. believed to be the first in 2016. don't have pictures yet. he was delivered at the stroke of midnight. right at the midnight at eden medical center in castro
valley. the baby boy is edward. weighed in at 7 pounds 12 ounces, 20 inches long. proud parents michelle beans and james pierce from hayward. congratulations. doctors say both mom and baby are in good health. if you get a chance, send us a photo. for one couple in new york, the first kiss of the year, it was more than just a new year's celebration. alfredo hernandez and monica corvallis got married on the main stage at new york's times square. they are from florida. they won on obviously competition. the contest was sponsored by business tycoon george zimmer. he conducted the wedding ceremony himself. >> the lights, the people. it's amazing. amazing, amazing. >> it's unreal. it's total opposite of something small, something quaint. a couple million people out here. it's awesome. >> you know you are going to like the way you look, too.
in addition to the wedding ceremony, they won an all-expenses paid honeymoon in cancun. >> i just got that. >> you are going to love it. >> okay. warriors end the best year in franchise history with another win. they nothing off the houston rockets on the road. once again steph curry was injured. cheering from the sidelines. klay thompson stepped up. scored 38 points. draymond green posted his nba leading fifth triple-double of the season. 10 points, grabbed 11 rebounds, and had a career-high 16 assists. the warriors came from behind to overtake the rockets 114-110. somebody else is smiling this morning. someone will start the new year a lot richer. a powerball ticket worth almost $2 million was sold in san jose and no one has claimed it yet. it was purchased here at the wine rack on santa teresa
boulevard. it matched five of the six numbers in wednesday night's drawing. a full match would have been worth $300 million. that's still good. here are the winning numbers. 12, 61, 54, 38, and 36. this ticket did not have the you matching powerball number of 22, but $1.9 million is okay. >> i'd take it. >> yeah, i could work with that. >> that's pretty nice. before we go, i heard from gretta thanking us for the valley fire coverage. you donated a live christmas tree the valley fire victims. they need trees up there. try to find out where. >> talk about our weather real quick. dry and cool today. a transition coming for the weekend with a slight chance for scattered showers. increasing getting into sunday. >> okay. thank you. happy new year. >> happy new year. >> we will see you on monday. thanks for watching. or watching.
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