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"mornings at 2" continues. good morning and thank you for joining us on this friday morning, september 30, the last day of the month. i am pam cook. >> and i am dave clark. we have steve paulson, the king of all weather. >> [ laughter ] so, my loyal subjects, it will be cooler today. we started that yesterday for many coastal areas and even inland. we will not hit anything higher than the 70s today even for the inland locations. santa rosa will go 70, concord 72. i find that hard to believe. livermore down to 73 and san jose is looking at 70. there will be upper 60s in areas that were about 95 a couple of days ago. the good news for firefighters is it is cooler and i humidity of fire. there's a possibility of rain up north on sunday or monday. however, the wind gusts are there, 26 to 35 out of travis in vacaville and a sea breeze
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as well. of the cooler will make it all the way out to sacramento. the northbay temps are quite cool, 40s for kelseyville, the dega bay -- and napa and the whole area is looking quite cool. we are going to be on the cool side for sure, 50s, 60s and some 70s. we have an issue at the maze you said, sal. >> yes, the first motorcycle officer came up and then called for a tow truck. now csp -- chp and the bridge two are there. it has been there -- bridge crew are there. it has been there for quite a while. let me use the right arrow here. there you go.
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if you could pull back a little bit on this picture, you can see that traffic is backed up here at the macarthur maze and it is going to start to affect the traffic coming into berkeley. it's very crowded because of that stalled vehicle coming toward the berkeley curve and the macarthur maze. that traffic is really backed up. we don't need this. you can see it here. you can see people backed up where the -- ready to get on the bridge as well. we see so traffic this morning on highway 4 as well from antioch to pittsburg and bay point, over to concord and the bay point area. we look good from the venetia bridge to walnut creek. the community of san pablo is in mourning after the loss of a beloved police officer who was killed in a motorcycle crash. one of his assignments was safeguarding a middle school. christien kafton joins us now from san pablo with how officer william zink is being
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remembered and the difference he made and so many kids lives -- kids' lives. >> reporter: good morning. we are here at san pablo police station right now where people are just coming to grips with the loss of officer cancer -- ken zink. he was a resource officer at the nearby hail middle school. -- helm middle school. according to chp he was headed to the school on his harley- davidson writing between a nissan pickup truck and a big rig when he collided with the pickup truck and fell underneath the big rig. the freeway was closed down for hours. all say he reached out to at risk teens, taking on an active role to advocate for children that he protected. >> when a kid would get into trouble, he was there to punish them but he would actually walk them through the process of change. he was an amazing man.
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>> reporter: san pablo's police chief spent time with his family and dixon yesterday. he served in the el cerrito police department before switching over to san pablo. the 1 north -- he won numerous awards and was known for his ability to connect with children and teenagers. hebert -- he brings -- leaves behind seven children of his own. >> that's devastating for everyone, and all his children as well. a gofundme account has been set up for the family. you can sign the information -- find the information under web links on the "mornings at 2" section of we have an update on yesterday's deadly drug crash in hoboken new jersey. federal investigators are sifting to the wreckage to determine what happened before that speeding train smashed through a concrete and steel bumper and signed into --
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slammed into a train station. a 32-year-old woman was killed by falling debris. she had just dropped off her one-year-old daughter at daycare. more than 100 people were also injured during that crash. the ntsb will try to figure out how fast the train was going at the time of the crash. >> we are collecting everything on the operations, the human performance, the track, the survivability of this train. we will be looking at all of that. >> as part of its investigation the ntsb will examine whether a system known as positive train control should have been installed and could have prevented this crash. that system is designed to prevent accidents by overriding the engineer and automatically slowing down or stopping trains that are going too fast. new from overnight, a violent demonstration against tuesday's deadly involves -- officer involved shooting in el cajon. >> am -- [ sound of gunfire ] [ screaming ] >> police fired/bangs to push
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back a group of 50 to 75 protesters --/-- flash bangs to push back a group of 50 to 75 protesters. one motorcyclist was even pushed off his motorcycle and assaulted. these were protests against the death of alfred olango. his mother spoke for the first time about the death of her son. >> i am no -- i know i am telling you the truth. my son was a good young man, only 38 years old. >> the family is angry about this one still photo that was released showing him holding something. that item he was holding turned out to be an electronic cigarette. they want the entire video released.
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expected to plead not guilty in the shooting death of an unarmed african american man, betty shelby has faced with first-degree murder charges. prosecutors say she acted unreasonably when she shot crutcher after she found his abandoned vehicle in the street. she told investigators she feared for her life. according to an affidavit another officer told shelby he had a taser ready to deploy. shall be says she experienced auditory exclusion and never heard that comment and didn't realize other officers were with her. >> the time is now 6:07. a sexual assault is being investigated, it happened last saturday night on -- during a country music concert at the green music center. the victim did not know the man who assaulted her and he is described as a white man in his early 20s about foot to -- 6'0" with a thin build. if you have any information, call sonoma state university
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police. a math teacher was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a student, 64-year- old david graham taken into custody at parker school. -- harker school. the alleged crime occurred on the campus in 2007. the victim was 13 years old. police say she only recently told a friend about the alleged assault and a friend called police. harker school says graham has been placed on a ministry to believe. the city of san francisco launched a new initiative beginning tomorrow to crack down on speeders. the city is releasing a map highlighting troubled areas. the safety campaign will last a year. at least 10 people are injured everyday on san francisco st. study show a car going 30 miles an hour and a 25 mile an hour your zone, if they hit a pedestrian, the pedestrian is twice as likely to die. california's earthquake and will -- earthquake warning
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system is scheduled to get up and running. >>test in 59 seconds. >> the office of emergency services says money will almost double the number of sensors around the state to 1100. an early warning could provide precious seconds for trains to slow down, schoolkids to duck and cover and automated systems to shut down gas lines. the warning system is called shake alert and expected to be operating within the next year or 2. governor brown also passed a rule that makes all single use restrooms gender-neutral. this bill establishes the nations most inclusive -- nation's most inclusive bathroom laws. he says it will end hateful discrimination against transgendered individuals. a final goodbye to simone
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perez -- shimon perez. >> a simple man driven by family and big dreams. >> coming up at 6: 30, the eulogy from president obama and how shimon peres is being remembered here in the bay area. a trade embargo violation, how the candidates are responding? it might feel like early november. it is pretty cool out there and we will have an up date on your forecast. because she doesn't know that it kills 40,000 californians...
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every year. because she doesn't understand what cancer is. because she can't spell emphysema. because she is a butterfly, who fights fires. because she is my daughter, and the surgeon general says that raising tobacco taxes... is a proven way to make sure she never smokes. that's why i'm voting yes on 56.
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alla lot of it's a hoax.bal warminit's a hoax. it'll get cooler. it'll get warmer. it's called weather. we need some global warming! we need leaders who get it. so that we can move away from coal and oil to clean energy. i'm tom steyer. if you want to do something about climate change, you can. please. register and vote.
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nextgen california action committee is responsible for the content of this advertising. welcome back to "mornings on 2". one miami family -- miami family, friends and teammates joined together to say goodbye to a young miami marlins pitching star. >> ♪ >> they filled this catholic church for the funeral of jose fernandez. the entire service was televised live. his mother, grandmother and pregnant girlfriend were there along with his teammates from the marlins and others from major league baseball. jose fernandez and 2 of his trains were killed last weekend on miami beach in a boat accident. he was only 24 years old.
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donald trump is denying a newsweek report that he export business opportunities in cuba in the late 1990s which would've violated the u.s. trade embargo. newsweek reports that the work was done by a consulting firm and that donald trump reimburse the firm for $68,000 in business expenses for the working cuba. neither donald trump or the company received a waiver from the u.s. government which would have been required. hillary talbert was quick to respond to these allegations. >> it shows that he puts his personal and business interest ahead of the laws and the values and policies of the united states of america. >> trump insists he never did business in cuba and says the newsweek reporter who wrote the article has a quote, bad reputation. the time the 6:14. donald trump is using former president bill clinton's impeachment to attack hillary clinton saying that the clintons represent a sordid past
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. >> the american people have had it with years and decades of clinton corruption and scandal and impeachment. remember that work >> trump says another clinton pregnancy would also bring bill clinton's sexual schedule -- sex scandal back into the white house. hillary clinton responded that she would not respond to how donald trump runs his campaign. depaula -- a public policy polling survey sows -- shows hillary clinton with 44% and donald trump with 40%. the next debate is sunday, october 9. this is a great story, you have to take a look at this, the writer cut -- ryder cup starts this weekend. but there's already an award for the best part.
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at this heckler. >> [ cheering and applause ] >> [ laughter ] he's not a pro, just a fan but the crowd let out a huge cheer when he sunk that part. he had been haggling -- heckerling european golfers. they told him to give it a try. rose put a $100 bill down on the green to make it more interesting. he sunk the pots in front of a huge crowd -- putt in front of a huge crowd. >> there will be no quieting him down now. that's a great story. >> there might be more heckling now because of that. [ laughter ] >> a 12 footer is not a gimme. with everyone watching, that
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was amazing. >> i would be nervous enough with the professional golfers watching -- traffic is recovering a little bit now because that stalled vehicle is gone. >> coming down to the berkeley curve it doesn't look too bad, traffic is backed up at the berkeley toll plaza, a 15 to 20 minute delay. there are no major problems getting onto the bridge. that's a normal delay for friday morning. looking at some of the east bay commutes, you will see a 80 approaching a street is slowing a little bit. if you are driving into fremont, southbound 88 as you get toward the area here there is a crash in traffic is slow as you drive down towards milpitas. this is an unexpected
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delay. traffic may be slow down this area as well -- in this area as well. we are getting a break. sometimes the traffic volume is a little lighter on fridays. correct me if i am wrong, it certainly happens but looks like without a -- i see a lot of red even on fridays. >> that's right. we will see what happens. it's hit and miss. let's get to the forecast which is a breezy and windy and cooler forecast. it is not going to be baseball weather, that is for sure. bundle up, temperatures will be upper 50s and low 60s around the coast in bay in 70s inland. we may even just make it to upper 60s on sunday for some. i think the fog is maxing itself out. there are signs it is clearing
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on parts of the sonoma coast. eventually that will win out. there's too much cool air aloft. concord, 80 down to 72. you have to take a double take on that because that's a minor miracle to get concord and livermore out of the 80s and into the 70s. low clouds and fog and now that base is lifting and humidities are up and temperatures are way down. the firefighters may get some help. the wind is the only factor. it is still gusting at 25 to 30 miles an hour. at least it is weston not north and northeast. we have a low clouds:but once it dissipates, saturday should be mostly sunny but rather breezy and cool, especially in the morning. west of oakland and haywood and will ring out to the delta -- roaring out to the delta as well as vacaville. low 50s, east bay temps, 50 for concord, black hawk is 52,
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brentwood is 52 as well. that is really cool. low clouds are getting helped along by the system. that system is backing cool air and eventually it's going to swing in with some rain late sunday and into monday. that looks to be the first rain for the season. it will be rainy -- it will be windy at times. it looks like rain will make it for the north bay but not a lot. the dividing line seems to be san francisco and in this area. 50s and 60s and 70s for somebody inland temperatures continue to trend down. sunday looks cool and mostly cloudy and we will carry that into monday. tuesday and wednesday look sunday -- sunny and warmer. >> could you make that hot -- putt?
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>> that's not easy to do with everyone there. >> i don't like putting. it's not that great. [ laughter ] the time is 6:21. free reading glasses for some south bay students. >> i've never had them before. >> she is adorable. how the san jose sharks helped some children see clearly.
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with a break like this, we could dowhichever's faster. surgery means recovery time. a cast will get you back out there right away, but it's bulky. and can it take a beating? how did you break it again? roller derby. hip-checked. there's a rematch next week. snarling clementine has to be there. that's me. okay. so what color should the cast be? orange. orange is good. yeah, i like orange. it's kinda my thing. at john muir health, we know how big the little things can be. john muir health. be heard.
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♪ michelle, my bell, -- >> name that tune. our theme today is name that tune. this one is by a british group you may have heard of. i want to thank terry lee for requesting this. if there is a special song that fits the theme you want to hear, let us know. use the hashtag #ktvu. two private companies are now going to be able to provide
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ferry service is. one of the companies is expected to start daily ferrying service between redwood city in san francisco at the end -- beginning of next year. timeline marine group will offer service at the beginning -- and of october. there was no ferry service right now between berkeley and san francisco. one of berkeley's first -- oaklands first housing projects -- oakland's first housing projects in years is going to have 171 2 and three-bedroom townhouses -- two-bedroom and three-bedroom townhouses. the first 10 homes are already for sale and more than 1000 people have already applied to buy one. some oakland locals worried as complex will drive up home prices but the developer says it gives renters a chance to become buyers. dozens of south bay students can see clearly now with new reading glasses thanks in part to the san jose sharks.
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>> their eyes got wider and they started looking around. >> donations from the sharks and kaiser nonprofit vision to learn brought glasses to olinda elementary. they performed vision exams for 325,000 children in the last four years. 47 kids got glasses and free tickets to a sharks preseason game. one wasn't as excited as other. >> i don't like sharks. >> who do you love? >> dolphins. >> she's a dolphin fan. vision to learn says it plans to give out 1000 free reading glasses to students in santa clara county by the end of the year. she doesn't want to see sharks. she doesn't like sharks. >> that is so cute. members of congress are harming -- having buyers remorse. they overrode the veto by
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president obama. this now allows lawsuits against saudi arabia. the weather conditions are expected this weekend to be concerning for firefighters. traffic is going to be busy as you come across the essure freeway because -- east shore freeway because of an earlier issue we had at the macarthur maze. temperatures continue to slide inland.
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good morning and welcome back to "mornings on 2". friday, september 30, i am dave clark
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>> i am pam cook. the time is now 6:30. we want to check in with steve. where will we see rain? >> i think the north bay on sunday, some projections even put it farther south. >> sunday evening? >> it looks like it, sunday evening into monday. that's the way it looks to me. i'm always the first to say it's going to rain. it's pretty cool and breezy out there right now, little bit of drizzle. some of the low cloud deck is getting chewed up on the sonoma coast. i would not be surprised. i think it is maxing itself out. temperatures continue to drop in some -- inland, concord, san jose, low 70s to low 80s today -- low 80s yesterday, low 70s and even some 60s today. this is our system coming in now. it won't be here until sunday. we have time to fine-tune the details but degrees out ahead of that is pretty good. it is roaring for some, gusts at 35 already at travis, west of sfo in a word a-lister more
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-- and livermore as well. upper 40s for some in mid-50s on the peninsula. it's a cool pattern. pacifica is 49 degrees. here is the system that's going to keep that cool pattern all the way into monday, 50s, 60s and some 70s. we're going to talk about the macarthur maze but we are starting in the south bay because it is beginning to ask for a little bit of attention. we will start on 280 northbound, traffic is already busy here on our friday, trying to get up into this area. traffic is not stopping go but it is definitely getting slower . i will show you some other things in the south bay that we have noticed. 280 is a little bit slow. 85 is also slowing as well as 101. we've had a couple of minor incidents that happen really caused significant delays yet. this might be your opportunity before things change. let's go to the bay bridge where we have some slow traffic trying to get to it from the
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macarthur maze is of that earlier stall that has now been cleared. traffic is still slow in el cerrito and albany. it takes a break and then it's slow again at the toll plaza. were beginning now with that big fire burning in the santa cruz mountains, cooler weather helping the firefighters battle the loma fire. there still arsene be concerned however. containment is now 34%, but the fire has grown to more than 4100 acres. at least eight homes have now been destroyed and hundreds more are in danger . firefighters talked about the changing weather conditions in the santa cruz mountains during a community meeting last night. cal fire says temperatures are dropping just as steve paulson said, but the cooler temperatures, with another issue . >> we are concerned about the wind that comes with this. there are predicted winds up to 30 miles an hour this weekend which is something we take very seriously and will plan for as we attack the fire. >> as you heard steve paulson,
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there's a chance of rain on sunday as well. there are hopes the loma fire will be fully contained by monday. this morning there is some good news from the fire lines in sonoma county. cal fire says the so-called sawmill fire is now 100% contained. it started five days ago about 10 miles east of coverdale in a remote area. it burned more than 1600 acres. two minor injuries have been reported and no damage to any buildings. investigators are still looking at the cause for the fire. world leaders are gathered in jerusalem for the funeral of shimon peres. 25 heads of state from around the world are attending that's funeral. other international dignitaries include prince charles, french president francois hollande and former president bill clinton. shimon peres died earlier this week from complications from a
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stroke at the age of 93. president obama gave the final eulogy. >> i couldn't be more honored to be in jerusalem to say farewell to my friend, shimon peres, who showed us that justice and hope are at the heart of the zionist idea. >> president obama also mentioned the president in -- the palestinian president and the reminder of unfinished business at these. simone shabazz -- shimon peres shared a noble -- nobel peace prize during his lifetime. he visited san francisco just a few years ago. >> he was still filled with passion for the work that had carried him up to that point. he didn't seem tired even though he was 90 the -- 90 unretired. >> he visited mark zuckerberg and that visit as well.
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the consulate has been impressed by the outpouring -- consul general has been impressed by the outpouring by san franciscans. police in milpitas are searching for a suspect in that city's first, set -- first homicide in 2016. this happen on dixon road yesterday afternoon. the body of a 47-year-old homeless man was found in a vacant lot nt admin shot. he was rushed to the hospital and that is where he died. there's no word on what may have led up to the shooting. in the meantime in oakland, a police officer and former contra costa sheriff's deputy are expected in court today to face criminal charges connected to a widespread police sex scandal. open officer germanic -- giovanni may machen ricardo
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perez -- and ricardo perez are going to be facing felony charges. seven current and former officers from the east they are facing or will face criminal charges in connection with the scandal. the now 19-year-old former sex worker at the center of the scandal has filed a $66 million lawsuit against the city of oakland for failing to protect children. 12 oaklyn officers were disciplined for their roles in the scandal of dozens of other agencies -- at other agencies were also investigated. there will be a lockout today, monday and tuesday. 's union represents 1100 workers in the department of employment and human services. the labor dispute includes pay, low staffing levels and the lack of resources in the public assistance programs that serve
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children, seniors and the homeless, county officials are not commenting except to say that they are hoping to resolve this at the bargaining table. more demonstrations are being planned in the days ahead . 1000 electricians, plumbers, sheet-metal workers and pipefitters marched to a construction site near san pedro and julian street. they are upset about a new luxury high-rise in can -- under construction. kt urban is bringing in nonunion workers according to protesters. >> more and more we see construction work going to workers out of the area or even out of the state and they are not getting paid good wages and not getting benefits. it's terrible for those workers and terrible for the local economy. >> ktvu news went to an office in cupertino for reaction but we are told that the company has no comment. san francisco police are investigating the daylight
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mugging of two terrorists near the famous cricket section of lombard street that happened at about one deck 45 wednesday -- 1:45 wednesday afternoon at greenwich and leavenworth. two cameras were stolen after the suspect threatened them with a gun. a man convicted of involuntary manslaughter and arsene has been released from jail in san francisco, coming up at 7:00, the concerns that some people nicastro neighborhood had and how police say they are addressing those concerns. one of the students shot at the townsville -- townville elementary school is now on
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life support. the suspect is due to make his first court appearance today. the commute is still pretty busy in many areas but some areas are looking friday night. san francisco doesn't look bad on northbound 101 approaching the 80 split. mostar reporting cloudy skies this morning but if you have -- most are reporting cloudy skies this morning. narrator: it wasn't that long ago. years of devastating cutbacks to our schools. 30,000 teachers laid off. class sizes increased. art and music programs cut. we can't ever go back. ryan ruelas: so vote yes on proposition 55. reagan duncan: prop 55 prevents 4 billion in new cuts to our schools. letty muñoz-gonzalez: simply by maintaining the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians.
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ryan ruelas: no new education cuts, and no new taxes. reagan duncan: vote yes on 55. sarah morgan: to help our children thrive.
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reagan duncan: vote yes on 55. they're bringing crime, when mexthey're rapists.ople... are you going to have a massive deportation force? you're going to have a deportation force. we're rounding 'em up in a very humane way, in a very nice way. we're going to build a wall. that's not america. we're all californians. i'm tom steyer. it's time to speak out. please, register. and vote. vote. nextgen california action committee is responsible for the content of this advertising. welcome back to "mornings at 2". a student from pleasanton foothill high school is accused of making threats to harm a classmate on social media. he was arrested and booked into
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juvenile hall yesterday. he did not mention the use of a weapon in the threaten officers did not find any weapons during the investigation. there's no evidence that indicated any threat to the panthers -- to the campus or general student population or faculty. a student is now fighting for his life two days after being shot at his elementary school. jacob is on life support. he suffered a major brain injury because of the amount of blood that he lost after the shooting on wednesday. investigators say a 14-year-old boy shot jacob and another student as well as a teacher on the playground at townville elementary school. jacob's family held a prayer vigil for him yesterday. >> he always has a smile in his face and praise for you, brace for himself, bracer everybody. he's such an intelligent kid. >>the student another student
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were treated and released. the father of the 14-year-old suspect was found dead not far from the school. the suspect is due in court today for his first hearing. in the meantime a fight -- a volunteer firefighter is being called a hero for stopping that school shooter. jamie brock tackle the young gunmen and held them on the ground until police could arrive. rock says he and -- rock says he and the fire chief ran over to the campus as soon as they can from there was a shooting. when they got to the school, the fire chief went to help the victims and he went searching for the gunmen. he says he did what any other volunteer firefighter would have done. members of congress are saying they will work to fix the bill that was just voted on in an override of president obama's veto. this allows people to sue saudi arabia for any role it may have played in the attacks on 9/11.
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president obama says this could open the door for lawsuits from people in other countries against members of the us military. now both republican congressional leaders say looking -- they are looking to repair the bill. the saudi government released a statement saying, it helps congress will take the necessary steps in order to avoid serious unintended consequences. let's check in and see what is coming up in the next hour on "mornings on 2". >> there's shock and outrage over the philippine president's comments when he said he would be happy to slaughter 3 million drug addicts, comparing his anti-drug war to hitler and the holocaust.
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the extreme words he has used in the past and the reaction to this latest statement are coming up. a youth football team has been dealt quite a blow after being cut by their league. why the hayward aggies were dropped and my parents say it's not fair, their next move and how the players are carrying on regardless of the studies, coming up. these stories and more when i join you in a few minutes. the giants have tightened the wild card rest -- race meeting the rockies. johnny cueto lay down this bump -- bunt and no one seemed to want to pick it up. when the third baseman finally grabbed it he threw it wild and the ball ended up in the rockies bullpen. two runs scored giving the giants a 5-2 leads. look at how happy hunter pence and [ name indiscernible ] were. they were beside themselves. they now have the dodgers coming to town for the final game of the season.
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the st. louis cardinals won despite a controversial ending. they remain one game behind the giants. the seattle mariners beat the oakland a's the-2 last night -- 3-2 last night with this go- ahead home run. the mariners still have a shot at the american lead -- american league wild-card spot but they are two games behind. the oakland a's have won nine of their last 10 games. sal, are we still in it? >> we are still in it work we will see what happens. the giants never do anything the easy way. >> they have done it before from the wild card position. >> they have also done it before in the hardest way possible. good morning everyone. let's take a look now at 24 westbound because we do see crowded conditions in part of the east bay now on 680 at 24. it's not as bad as it would be on a tuesday for instance but
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we do still have so traffic on the way to the tunnel not only here in lafayette. as you get to the bay bridge toll plaza there's a 10 to 15 minute delay. it's not a major delay the traffic will be so also on the bridge in spots. as you look at the south, it's beginning to fill in. it's not as bad as it was even just yesterday however. still some slowdowns on 85, 101 and 280. it's now go to steve for the weather. happy friday, a very cool friday. we have lots of 40s, look at the santa cruz mountains, 44 degrees here and lots of 40s near the russian river. it's going to be a cool day. 50s and 60s on the coast and they and upper 60s and low 70s for inland areas, plenty of low clouds involved. it does look like we will have a clearing but right now almost everyone is cloudy.
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concord is clear. concord in livermore are finally joining the party and getting out of the 80s and 90s. all of these temperatures are below average. some areas will be in the upper 60s not too far away. the wind is a concern for firefighters, it can gusts 30 to 35 miles an hour. the cooler temps and the humidity are making quite a difference compared to 3 days ago when it was really hot. that is not the case right now. locales -- low clouds are moving in. we have a stronger secondary system that will be coming in late sunday into monday. with the direction that the winds are coming from, west southwest vacaville, gusts at 33 miles an hour. we are looking at northwest for san jose. low 50s for many endif 50s -- and mid-50s in some areas.
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i think on tuesday it was 76 here and now it's 48 work this was 79 couple days ago and now 55. we're looking at a lot of 40s. this is really coast. it is very cool. this system is coming in which will chew up the 5. saturday is looking pretty good. -- chewing up the fog. saturday is looking pretty good. we're looking at some rain in the north bay. about a half hour ago i sold -- showed the projection. i decided to take it a little and show you the european version which is much wetter and takes it all the way down to san jose. i have as much faith in gfs as i can throw it rather go with the european model which takes the weather stronger and farther to the south. therein lies the rub, sometimes
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of the issues we have to deal with. 60s and 70s today witching clears -- which includes vacaville, 62 alameda, that is pretty darn cold. 70 in san jose, 67 in fremont, very cool, 50s and 60s on the coast, san bruno 65, redwood city 68. we will continue this into sunday and monday and and warmer on tuesday and wednesday. i think we will have some rain sunday into monday. did you know understate a day area -- a bay area native, johnny mathis was born in 1935? >> 1935? wow! two van gogh paintings that were stolen 14 years ago have now been recovered. the mafia crackdown that led to these priceless works of art being discovered.
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neil gaiman's "sweet caroline -- neil diamond's "sweet caroline" was just
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requested by a bunch of people. if you have a special tune, we want [ name indiscernible ] tune in today, a song that has a person's name in it. you can contact us on facebook, twitter or instagram. thousands of people will be in san francisco golden tate -- wynonna judd and cyndi lauper will be in the -- at the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. this is a great -- a gift to the city from the late philanthropist [ name indiscernible ] lady gaga will headline the super bowl 50 one halftime show. >> and the home of the brave. ♪ [ cheering and applause ]
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>> she was a big hit when she sang the national anthem last -- at the last super bowl and she should be great this time around. the 47-year-old former paramedic suffered a brain injury in 2011 and was brutally attacked by two men in the dodger stadium parking lot. he has now visited more than a dozen bay area schools recently talking about his recovery and how to deal with the lease. in just a couple of hours he will bring that message to students at westlake elementary . superintendent don neubacher made an announcement this week that he is retiring.
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some described were conditions under his supervision of hostile. a disbarred harvard lawyer is now awaiting his sentence after pleading guilty to a bizarre kidnapping in vallejo. matthew moeller was facing a maximum sentence of life in prison but as part of his deal prosecutors agreed they would not ask for more than 40 years. he is scheduled to be back in court for sentencing in january. >> he admitted he broke into the home of aaron o'quinn and denise hoskin and drug them and then kidnapped her. he held her hostage in -- at his home and then drove her to her hometown of huntington beach nl east are -- huntington beach and released her.
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vallejo police and the fbi mishandled the case according to the victim's boyfriend. they initially called it a host. >> they impeded the investigation to the point where denise had to suffer through two days of anguish and assault. >> rapoport says when she was being held, quinn told investigators of the cayenne pepper -- kidnapper planned to call them but detectives put his own an airplane mode any missed calls another attorney is representing the couple in a civil lawsuit against the city of vallejo. two valuable paintings stolen 14 years ago from vincent van gogh were retrieved during a crackdown on organized crime all across italy. these paintings were stolen from the van gogh museum in amsterdam in 2002. art experts described the value was priceless. right now there's no word about
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any suspects. we are coming up in our 7:00 our any san pablo police officer was killed in a motorcycle crash and his death is hitting some middle school students particularly hard. we will tell you what they want to do to honor officer william zink. still looking for answers in new jersey's deadly commuter crash, what federal investigators are focusing on this morning.
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