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week's activities. plus a big disaster preparedness drill that's getting underway later this morning. good morning. thank you for joining us, monday morning, october 3rd. >> i'm pam cook. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about your monday weather. steve paulson in his office. >> i think we'll get rain later. some had some yesterday. >> i had some droplets. >> you did? >> east bay, little thunderstorm activity. some rain and snow in the mountains. that's good. today we'll be cool, even if you don't get rain. chilly this morning with a lot of 40s. mostly clear to the south. north bay is beginning to cloud up. breeze is there for some. not crazy, but a lot of 60s here. coast bay and inland. except for a few maybe isolated 70s. increasing clouds and late morning, early afternoon as this system moves in, looks like fort bragg, into lake county. a few hours for the north bay. i think most of the morning
commute you should be fine, certainly peninsula south bay, east bay will be okay, san francisco, oakland. drizzle in the mix, but there's a fine line. 43 napa airport. 48 livermore. temperature diffence oakland is 7 degrees cooler than yesterday. concord minus 4. fairfield minus 5. there's our system, not a big system, but i think it makes for light rain for about everybody later. 60s on the temps, way below afternoon. sal, been busy out of the gate. we're going to look at the commute in san jose, steve. going to start with the mckee road offramp from 680. still police activity, though could be going away soon. the result of a high speed chase that ended up, they were chasing this car. the person who was driving it got out and ran away and they were looking for that person. the search has been called off. still trying to get that car out of the way on 680 at mckee. the freeway traffic is moving by okay, but you can see still
that investigation going on and there's the suspect on the loose. one person is in custody. let's move along and take a look at the commute here. we do have a problem on 880 southbound near davis street. there's a crash and traffic is going to be slow getting out of the oakland area heading down, as you drive through the area. driving to the san mateo bridge, not a bad commute. still looking okay. when you get to the bay bridge, going that way, traffic is backed up for about 15 to 20 minutes before you make it onto the span. let's go back to the desk. thank you, sal. concord police want to know who fired shots outside the police headquarters over the weekend. investigators now plan to look at surveillance video to find the person responsible. allie rasmus there with a look at the damage. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, pam. the building was struck twice by gunfire. one of the bullet holes is here behind us on this pillar. you can see the caution tape around it, not sure how far we
can zoom in. looks like investigators had to pick at this stucco and take out that bullet that was lodged inside there. here's a photo from concord police of the second bullet hole just under the windows on the second floor, also near the main entrance. happened around 11:00 saturday night. nobody was hurt, but there were people inside. a handful of police officers, dispatchers, even a civilian in the records office. concord police tell us they don't believe this was done by someone angry or upset by the department, and here's why. >> we haven't received any threats at our police department to any of our officers recently or the concord police department itself, so, i mean, we're not really looking at that angle right now. >> reporter: investigators are reviewing video from the police station, traffic cameras and nearby businesses. one business owner -- >> reporter: one possibility police are investigating is the gunfire that hit the building may have been the result of a
drive-by shooting in the area. according to police, there was a drive-by shooting about a block away from police headquarters just last month, but investigators plan to take a look at surveillance video and there is quite a bit of it they can look through. there's some from the police department right here. there is also nearby business surveillance cameras and traffic cameras. we reached out to concord police and are hoping to get an update. back to you guys. thank you for that update. wet roads may be to blame for a deadly crash on highway 4 in contra costa county. investigators say the driver who they describe as an older woman was traveling about 50 miles per hour when she lost control. >> came around the curve here, lost control, then hit the center median and bounced off, started losing control, fish
tailing and spun around and hit a tree on the right shoulder. >> the cause of the crash is under investigation, but the chp says slick roads from yesterday's rain may have played a role. two drifters will stand trial for two killings last year in san francisco and in marin county. a judge ruled there is enough evidence for the case to move forward. they're accused of killing canadian tourist audrey carrie in golden gate park a year ago today, as well as stephen carter on a park trail in fairfax. a third suspect already pleaded guilty to second degree murder as part of a plea deal. he is facing a 15-year police sentence. we have encouraging news about the bay area woman known as miss flo. she's been moved to a nursing and rehab center and is making
progress through physical therapy. 88-year-old flo douglas was beaten during a home invasion robbery in san jose last month. a fingerprint found at the crime scene led investigators to the 19-year-old suspect, charged with attempted murder, first degree burglary, robbery and elder abuse. another bay area police department is looking for a new police chief. the interim general manager and police chief of kensington will resign at the end of this month. in his resignation letter, interim chief kevin hard cited personal and professional reasons. he was appointed to the job after the former chief was fired for mishandling an investigation into how an officer's gun and badge were stolen by a prostitute in reno. today is the official start of san francisco's 36th annual fleet week. in a couple of days the blue angels will take to the skies
and you'll be able to tour military ships cked along the embarcadero. but this morning service members are taking part in a disaster drill. alex savidge joining us live to tell us more about this exercise. >> reporter: good morning to you. we're at the presidio parade grounds where this exercise will happen. they'll be simulating a large 7.0 earthquake, and you'll have marines, sailors, national guard members teaming up with emergency workers from the city of san francisco to practice how they would distribute water, food, and other much needed supplies during such a disaster. we're joined this morning by francis zomora with the department of emergency services. >> first of all, happy fleet week and we're excited to be here. we have a saying, we don't exchange business cards during an emergency. what's going on here is we're
setting up an emergency supply distribution point. this is important, because after a major emergency people tend to scatter. we want people to stay in their homes where they're comfortable. >> reporter: a lot of people think of fleet week as being the dazzling air shows and the big ships that pull into san francisco. all sort of the fun stuff that we enjoy. but here in san francisco we decided at some point that we also wanted this to be a time where we can practice these sorts of disaster drills with meers of the military. >> absolutely. absolutely important. we live in earthquake country, and so we decided to bring substance to a lot of the fun things here. since 2010 we've conducted these exercises with our partners at the military. >> reporter: how much do you think we have learned doing these drills over the past few drills and how important is the role of the military during a large earthquake? >> we've learned a lot. every year we learn where our
gaps are. sometimes it's communication, sometimes process. sometimes just learning what the military and the federal government can provide us. so it's learning how to ask for things, learning what they can provide so that we in turn here at local government can take care of other residents and -- our aren'ts and businesses -- our residents and businesses. >> reporter: we should point out there are obviously highlights of fleet week for a lot of folks tend to be the blue angels. the blue angels arrived at the oakland airport just yesterday here. you can see them pulling in there. and that's one of the highlights of fleet week as we honor our men and women in uniform. they'll be flying officially thursday and shows this weekend. navy ships on display this week, including the u.s.s. san diego that arrives later this morning. that big ship will be pulling
under the golden gate bridge. that should be cool to see. dave, back to you. >> alex savidge in san francisco, thank you. don't forget on ktvu.com we have a complete calendar of all the events of fleet week celebrations this week. it's on our home page in the local news section. the race for the white house appears there is an october surprise for both candidates. for donald trump, the "new york times" report he declared a loss of nearly a billion dollars in 1995, which may have allowed him to avoid paying taxes for 18 years. >> the reality is, he's a genius. what he did was, he took advantage of something that could save his evans and he did -- enterprise and he did something we admire in america, he came become. >> the clinton campaign is dealing with the release of a leaked audio tape in which she appears to be discounting bernie sanders' supporters, describing them as living in their parents' basements. sanders brushed off the comment. >> what she was saying there is
absolutely correct. and that is you got millions of young people, many who took out loans to go to college, hoping to go out and get decent paying good jobs and they're unable to do that. >> it is expected both of these topics will make it into the next debate between the presidential candidates, that is coming up this sunday. e first and only vice presidential debate is set for tomorrow. it is expected to be much different than last week's debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. senator tim kaine describes himself as boring. while mike pence calls himself a b list republican celebrity. >> it's important we talk about the record. and i'm looking forward to that debate tuesday night. people need to think hard about the record hillary clinton brings on the foreign stage. >> looks good. got to be myself. i'll look forward to seeing you down there tuesday. >> the 90 minute vice
presidential debate will take place at longwood university in farmville, virginia. it is scheduled to start at 6:00 tomorrow evening. there's no debating the giants are found for the playoffs. >> here we are, we're in the playoffs. >> coming up at 6:30, the next tests for the giants is one of two national league wildcards. plus, a show of support for colin kaepernick and his message. the demonstration outside levi stadium before the game. a very cool pattern with rain to the north. we'll see if it will make it for some. i think so later, but not for the morning commute.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. activists in los angeles want the lapd to release the names of the police officers who shot and killed an 18-year- old man saturday. he was carnell snell, jr.. police say it started when they tried to pull over a car with paper license plates they expected was stolen. they chased the car until the driver stopped, got out and ran. they say snell, who was a passenger, also got out and ran to the back of a house. that is where he was shot by police. police say they found a gun there at the scene. a small group protested the shooting over the weekend. the federal government is helping the effort to hire more
police officers nationwide. attorney general loretta lynch says $119 million in grants will be awarded to more than 180 law enforcement agencies around the country. it will be used to create or protect more than 900 positions. lynch says events like the dallas police shooting massacre, where five officers were killed, raised the visibility of this issue. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick continued his national anthem protest. during yesterday's game at levi stadium against the cowboys, kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem. as he's been doing. outside the stadium there was also a show of support for kaepernick. a small group of people took a knee outside the stadium as fans walked by, saying they want more people to join kaepernick in his protest. >> it's their right. they can do whatever they want. i mean, i stand up for the flag. that's why i live in this beautiful country. >> i believe it's a good cause and now it just needs to
continue and people need to be peaceful protesting. >> the demonstrators say they do hope the protests will help start more conversations about injustice and inequality. 49ers linebacker navorro bowman will have an mri today. it's believed he door his achilles' during the game yesterday. dallas came back to tie the game before half time. bowman went down in the third quarter and then the cowboys took the lead. rookie ezekiel elliott ran in for a one-yard touchdown. 49ers had more scoring chances but on this play, an underthrown pass to smith, and it was intercepted. 49ers now have a short week. they play the arizona cardinals at levi stadium thursday night. the oakland raiders won their third game of the season. they beat the baltimore ravens
28-27. michael crabtree was one of derek carr's favorite targets, for three touchdowns. raiders led, but the ravens came back and led 27-21 and still down by 6, more than two minutes left. carr found crabtree again. and the raiders won the game. all three of the raiders' wins this season have been on the road. but they are back home sunday hosting the san diego chargers. 6:18 is the time now. a check in with sal for traffic this morning. could be busy out there. >> yeah, it should be and is now, pam and dave, the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up to the maze. normal commute except the carpool lane, nothing out of the ordinary. slow traffic on the east bay. want to show that southbound
880, they're clearing an accident near davis street. traffic has been slow. about a mile away southbound traffic, it does get better if you're getting on the freeway at 238. that's holding traffic back. having a decent commute on 880 southbound. let me talk about some of the other commutes here. the south bay commute northbound 280 is doing well. but it's getting more crowded on all the approaches to the west valley. no major problems there. let's bring steve in for today's forecast. steve, it's not raining for the morning commute, but it could rain later. that is correct. that is correct, sal. looks like late morning, early afternoon. yesterday, though, some got in on some rain. some got in on thunderstorms. there was even snow up in the mountains. good morning, steve, had hail in roseville yesterday. i'll say. right there, that's where it was. not bad for early october, i'll tell you. this did produce snow up in the mountains.
about 2 to 4 inches of snow. another system is on the way. today will be one of those rare days where everybody is in the 60s, except for maybe a few locations. mostly clear for some. north bay mostly cloudy and increasing clouds. but will be a cool day with 60s and light rain developing. last check ukiah 48 and cloudy. we still have a ways to go, northern sonoma and northern napa county. maybe 7:30, 8:00 moving into north bay. getting close. we're inching closer. all quiet in the sierra now, but cloud cover is on the way and high elevation snow as well. very cool. 40s on the temp. napa airport 43. increased the clouds in the morning and trap the cold air. livermore 48. this will be a cool, cool day, especially to the north.
kelseyville at 45. 43 napa. this system, while it doesn't have a lot of rain, it has some rain. it will be with us later today into this afternoon. maybe this evening, then it starts to kick out. it will be a slow warmup through wednesday. temperatures staying relatively below average. morning cloud cover, increasing clouds. some sun. farther south better opportunity, if you need to do something, i think morning is your best bet. does look better towards the end of the week. not a lot of confidence on the weekend. there's a lot changing, a lot going on. we have hurricane matthew. we have typhoon off of japan. that's a lot of energy. >> hail in roseville is unusual. >> for october, yeah, yeah. >> okay. it seems like it anyway. >> yeah. pretty active for yesterday. >> right. >> steve, thank you. time is 6:22. praise and protests over a
welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 6:24. new this morning, we are following developments out of afghanistan where the taliban launched two attacks today. taliban fighters attacked police headquarters in the southern hellmumd province killing the police chief. a suicide bomber hit the compound, blasted through the gate, allowing gunmen in. they've been attacking the northern city of kunduz since early yesterday morning. police in san jose arrested a suspect after a deadly hit- and-run crash. happened before 1:00 yesterday morning on capital expressway near tully road. a pedestrian died. police arrested a suspect after a follow-up investigation, but we haven't been given any other information. it was san jose's 30th deadly traffic collision this year. tonight the san rafael city
council will consider new restrictions on smart trains. the city has requested quiet zones where trains aren't allowed to blast their horns unless there are hazards on the tracks. big announcement expected today that an east oakland high school will be getting a $2 million gift to help give low income students a tuition-free education. oakland's mayor and school officials will join about 600 students at castlemont high school for this announcement. you're looking at video from a similar gathering in oakland in january. this gift will be an expansion of the oakland promise at castlemont. it's a presencive partnership that aims to give financial help and support to help triple the number of oakland public school students who graduate
from college within the decade. 6:27. robin williams' widow is talking about the actor's struggles with a neurological condition, the changes she says she noticed the year before he took his own life. we still see traffic is busy. highway 24 now is getting slower in lafayette. and also on the way to the tunnel. rain to the north, especially on the manned enseen o coast. we'll take a look at this after the break. comfort food, you've had a good long run.
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>> yes, north bay. yes. >> by this evening's commute? >> like right now. >> right now they're getting rain? >> it's getting closer. getting closer. probably not a lot reaching the ground, but i'm sure some is. just about the cloverdale and more to mendocino county. it is moving in. not yet napa county. it's on its way as it paints the picture of light rain. sierra had good snow yesterday. thunderstorm activity chico, yuba city. this system will be more of a rainer. not much of a breeze at the surface. higher elevations the wind has picked up. 40s and 50s, very cool for some. east bay temps, brentwood is
48. livermore is 48. concord 47. 46 lafayette. black hawk 45. this cloud cover coming in, that's going to trap a lot of this cool air. a very cool day, increasing clouds with light rain developing. maybe some up in the north bay for the morning commute. for most it will be all right. that's good news, steve. of course whenever it does rain we're always here to help you out. if you wake up one morning and happens to be raining, we know we got you here. a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, backed up, but not the worst i've seen. about 15 to 20 minutes delay. it's the usual backup as you see the sun is about to rise over the east bay hills. traffic is normal for this time of the morning driving across. let's talk about the san mateo bridge. well, well, well. slow traffic there, which is not unusual. it's getting slower, and on 92 as well, before you make it onto that span. let's go to the east bay. i want to show you traffic is beginning to fill in in
hercules and richmond. highway 4 is also going to be slow this morning from antioch through pittsburgh and bay point. 680 is backed up from 242 to walnut creek. it's not a terrible commute, but getting more crowded by the moment here as we reach the peak for many communities. back to the desk. thanks, sal. despite an up and down second half of the season, the giants are heading to the postseason after sweeping the dodgers. [ cheering ] >> the champagne flowing once again in the clubhouse after that win of the the next stop, new york, where the giants will face the mets in a one-game wildcard playoff. the giants scored five runs in the first two innings yesterday afternoon at at&t park. here we go. two out, two run triple. denard span it hit it off the
right field brick. stellar defense. in the 3rd inning, a foul ball, and watch this if you missed it, he flipped over the railing, hit a television camera, landed upside down, held onto the ball. he's okay. romo pitched the 9th. giants then could celebrate. >> we had faith the entire time we could do this. we never got down on ourselves, and it's just a matter of picking it up when we get into october. i think no team does it better than we do. >> i'm excited. i think right now, you know, we're all kind of probably trying to soak in this a little bit. but at the same time, we got our eyes a little bit on new york and taking care of business. >> the wildcard playoff game is wednesday at 5:00 p.m. in new york. it will be madison bum guarder
against noah syndergaard. the giants/dodger rivalry is legendary. but for a few brief moments baseball fans just cleared, came together and saluted the end of a career for the voice of the dodgers. >> root, root, root for the home team. >> you have to love vin skully. classy man. he started with the dodgers 67 years ago. in that time he called more than 9,000 games for radio and tv, weaving play by play calls with stories and a lot of really great trivia. skully started out as a giants' fan when he was a little boy. so it was fitting that the last play he called was during a giants/dodgers game and on the 80th anniversary of the day he fell in love with the game. >> he puts it away.
and the giants are the wildcard team. the city is going wild, appropriately enough, and they are heading for new york. >> vin skully heads for retirement. skully said he didn't want his last game to interfere with the playoffs, that's why he chose to step away after the final game of the regular season. it was another losing season for the oakland a's. but they finished with a win, beating the mariners 3-2. a's got an early lead, homerun in the first inning. olsen preserved the lead in the bottom of the 9th with a leaping catch. way to go. the a's won 3-2, finishing with 69 wins and 93 losses. firefighters are making progress against the fire in the santa cruz mountains. that loma fire 71% contained. it has burned more than 4400
acres though, and destroyed 12 homes since it started about a week ago. many who were evacuated are now being allowed to return to see what's left of their homes. the cause of the fire still under investigation. east bay church is lending a helping hand to a neighbor. ♪ [ singing ] >> members of berkeley's first presbyterian church invited their neighbors to use their building for sunday services. the first congressional church's sanctuary was damaged in a fire last friday. there were tears from the loss, but a sense of gratitude from the community and hope for the future. >> it's an opportunity to dream. the building will rise again into something wonderful and we're looking forward to that. >> the first congressational church has been fenced off because of concerns about the stability of the building. it's not clear yet how long it
will take to repair or rebuild. time is 6:37. san jose traffic is getting back to normal now on a freeway offramp that was shut down by police for more than two hours this morning. janine de la vega says it started with the police pursuit on interstate 680 in san jose. >> reporter: the exit ramp off of southbound 680 at mckee road is back open now. it had been closed for more than two hours because that's where the pursuit ended. you're looking at video of a car that was abandoned by the driver on southbound of 80. sheriffs officials say it pulled into a gas station in east san jose this morning. deputies ran the plates and determined it was stolen. they tried to stop the driver, but he led departments on a chase on the surface streets and 680, at times going 100 miles per hour. spike strips were put out,
disables one of the tires. he was stopped after driving the wrong way on 680. the female passenger is being questioned. deputies decided to call off the search for the suspect. he is being described as light skined latino male, between 30 to 40 years old, 5'8", weighing 180 pounds. he has a mustache and wearing black rim glasses. a long black shirt, blue jeans and red and white shoes. we asked if police found anything suspicious in the stolen car, and so far they told us they found a meth pipe. janine de la vega, ktvu fox news. police in stanford are investigating a reported rape in student housing. an alert was sent out to students about this, saying a woman reported to campus security that she was raped early friday morning by a man she did not know. police have not given us information about this suspect.
this comes a month after brock turner was released from jail. he was convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on the stanford campus. his 6 month sentence prompted national outrage. the widow of actor robin williams is going public with the details of the last months of his life. susan schneider williams says he suffered with a neurological condition that altered his personality and behavior. she wrote an article for neurological magazine called the terrorist inside my husband's brain, and described his condition as chemical warfare inside his brain. she says he experienced what seemed like unrelated physical issues, as well as very high anxiety and fear levels. she writes "robin was losing his mind and he was aware of it." williams committed suicide two years ago. a statue honoring mahatma gandhi was the subject of a
loud protest in davis. [ chanting ] >> the city unveiled a statue which was a gift from the indian government yesterday during a ceremony. it was interrupted repeatedly by protestors, they say gandhi should not be celebrateded because of his support of apartheid and his questionable views on race, religion and women during his lifetime. >> they want you to believe and davis to believe about this peaceful myth, when gandhi was really an agent for sexism, horrible bigotry. they don't want people in davis to know about that. >> gandhi may have been wrong on things, but that doesn't mean we should reject all of the incredible teachings. >> most of the people who attended the unveiling showed support for gandhi, who was assassinateed in 1948. yesterday would have been gandhi's 147th birthday. time is now 6:41.
shots were fired over the weekend at the police headquarters in concord. coming up at 7:00, the evidce investigators are looking at to figure out who did it. but first, a frightening incident involving reality tv star kim kardashian west in paris. how gunmen got into her home and robbed her of $10 million worth of jewelry. getting busy out there in many areas, especially in the east bay. this is a look at the richmond bridge approach and it is slow approaching that toll plaza. clouds are increasing and the rain is inching closer. could impact some of you in the north bay. otherwise i think we're all right for the morning commute. we'll have more on that coming up.
welcome back. it's 6:44. police in paris are investigating a scary incident involving kim kardashian west. the reality tv star was held at gunpoint, tied up and robbed of more than $10 million in jewelry. police are now stationed outside the private residence where the alleged robbery happened. investigators say five men dressed as police officers got inside the home sunday night, tied up kardashian west in a bathroom and stole a box filled with jewelry, including a ring said to be worth $4.5 million. suspects escaped on bikes and are still on the loose. a spokesperson says she is badly shaken, but physically unharmed. her husband, kanye west was performing at a music festival in new york city when he got the news and abruptly ended his
show. >> i'm sorry, family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> kardashian west is in paris for fashion week. it's unclear if her two young children were with her when that reported robbery happened. time is 6:45. hurricane matthew has 130-mile- per-hour winds. it is now a category 4 hurricane in the carribean. it's headed towards some of the most populated islands. jamaica, haiti and cuba are bracing for the hurricane. in jamaica, homes and streets are already flooded. some of the roads are already blocked by cars that were abandoned. they couldn't make it through the water. the storm had been expected to hit jamaica, but now the forecasters say it may just brush by jamaica. the people who live there say they're praying for less destruction than the forecasters expected. if you've driven around the market area in san francisco you've likely noticed street closures. dream force gets underway
tomorrow. more than 170,000 people are expected for the annual conference. it is one of the largest tech events in the world. dreamforce includes product announcements, speaking sessions, concerts and parties. the major street closure is howard between 3rd and4th. several muni lines are affected. it is major. let's get you to where you need to go. sal, you're watching highway 24. >> we haan earlier crash on highway 24. but the east bay in general is getting bus year as you -- busier as you might imagine on a thursday. you can tell, it's dramatically different. doesn't usually look this bad. just around the corner there is a crash they were removing. almost at a standstill. sometimes when you see this, you see red, and it's moving better, but this morning it's not. they're trying to get the accident out of the way. if you're a 24 commuter this
morning, if you can add an extra 20, 25 minutes, and that's for a lot of people, what, you're adding 20, 25 minutes, or just make sure you know you'll be behind schedule. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. adding 25 minutes for me in the morning is almost impossible. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, about 21 minutes delay. now let's go to steve in the weather center. adding 25 minutes we'd see you at about 4:20. >> right. not good. >> we have increasing clouds, look like rain. rain is on the mendocino. rain moving into lake county, upper lake. cloudy 48 at ukiah.
how about the rainfall? the one forecast model does paint a little bit even down to san jose later today. .09. that's probably about right. rainfall totals yesterday weren't too shabby for some. this was more hit-and-miss. some areas only a few drops. brentwood .06. thunderstorm activity towards oakley yesterday. san francisco did pick up a .01 and snow in the sierra yesterday. light snow coming in later on today. maybe 2 to 4 at the highest peaks. some of that beginning to move out from yesterday. the thunderstorm activity around yuba city, sacramento, chico was impressive. moved out. this is what we call a rainer. not a lot, but i think there will be some light rain making it down to san jose eventually.
moving quick. 40s on these temperatures. cold air will get trapped and a cool day with a lot of 60s, including just about everywhere. 40s and 50s on the peninsula. 34 reno. there's the activity from yesterday, which has sense calmed down. our little system is on the way, giving us a lot of cloud cover and a little bit of rain, slowly, slowly improving conditions over the next couple of days. 60s on the temps. that's it. little bit of sun here to the south. want to get maybe a run in or bike riders, go early. because this system is moving pretty quick. will kick out of here tonight, tomorrow, and gradually warmer towards the end of the week. again, confidence level on the weekend is not high. forecast models are not in sync. >> how do you want most people to dress this morning? >> carry an umbrella and grab a light jacket today. >> it's in the cards, this time of year. >> north bay for sure. >> and a jacket. okay. it's 6:50.
let's check in to see what's coming up in our next hour of mornings on 2. good morning. >> good morning, pam and dave. when i join you, we'll share more of what many consider this troubling video from sacramento police. it's dash cam video that shows officers trying to run over a man who has mental illness before shooting that man 14 times. the circumstances behind this video, and what bay area civil rights attorney wants from police and for the family. also, some former contestants, crew members and editors on donald trump's reality show "the apprentice" say the now presidential nominee displayed sexist behavior and used demeaning language towards women in the board room. when they say he said about female contestants and how trump's spokeswoman is responding. these stories and more when i join you in just a few. thank you. also ahead, one of donald trump's newest hotels vandalizeed. the words that were painted on the side of that new building
in washington, d.c. plus, four students at one new york high school killed in last month. when police believe all the deaths have in common and the warning from school officials. we can't go back to the years of devastating cuts to public education. exactly why i urge you to vote yes on prop 55. prop 55 prevents $4 billion in new education cuts without raising taxes on anyone. and there's strict accountability in prop 55. with local control over school funding decisions. and mandatory annual audits guaranteeing the money goes
directly to our classrooms. not to bureaucracy, not to administration. so vote yes on 55. because it helps our children thrive. so vote yes on 55. 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?
new obstacles. they've talked to the engineer, and he said he remembers going to work, and knows he stored his personal cell phone and knew he blew the horn, checked the train's speedometer as it entered the station and showed a speed of 10 miles per hour. but he does not remember the crash. >> he remembers waking up on the floor of the cab. unfortunately, the event recorder was not functioning during this trip. >> there was a second data recorder on the train, but it and an onboard camera are still buried in the wreckage of the train station where it's still too dangerous now for search teams to go into. investigators can't say when they might be able to recover those pieces of equipment. four teenagers from the same high school in long island have been found death. police think they were the victims of gang violence. two of the students were brutally beaten to death.
one of them was found the day before her 16th birthday. the skeletal remains of the others were found days later. one of them had been missing since may. the other disappeared in february. many of their classmates say they no longer feel safe. >> when i heard this news, i was devastated. i'm like, who else is going be next, you know? >> we're trying to assure them that our schools are safe, that the best place for our students are in our schools. we want our students engaged in their regular activities. >> so far police have not made any arrests. the mother of a 6-year-old boy who was shot on a school play ground in south carolina last week talked about her son just hours after the little boy died. jacob hall was taken off life support on saturday. a 14-year-old boy is charged with shooting hall as well as another student and a teacher at townville elementary school on wednesday, after the boy allegedly killed his father in
their home. hall's heart broken mother thanked the community for all of their support. >> i want to thank everybody. i want to thank our church, greenville hospital. i smell want to thank jacob -- especially want to thank jacob's teacher that put her life danger to get my baby to safety. >> the other student and teacher who were shot, they have been released from the hospital. happening today, it is the first monday in october, so the u.s. supreme court is beginning its new term. but it is getting off to an unusual start. for one, the court still has one empty seat after the death of justice scalia in february. it is the first time in 25 years the court has been at less than full strength and the court will depart from its usual practice of hearing cases on its first day because of the
jewish holiday of rosh hashanah. three of the justices are jewish. tesla announced it produced and delivered 24,500 cars around the world during the last three months. that's more than twice as many as delivered during the same period last year. tesla says it delivered nearly 16,000 model s sedans. a major tax return revelation, also audio leaked from a fundraiser. the political october surprises that have both presidential candidates on damage control this morning. and fleet week officially kicks off today. we'll have a look at the activities planned, including a major disaster drill this morning.
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underway in fancy. big navy ships pulling into san francisco. this is also an important time to train. we'll tell you about a big disaster bill getting underway here at the red -- presidio. you're going to want to hear your forecast as you're heading out the door. >> rain is on its way here. i think social media county, so far not -- centurylink county, so far not yet. le rainfall won't be that much, but some forecast models do take a little precip