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this is ktvu fox news mornings on two, weekend. good morning, welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday, november 26th. we are following reaction to the death of fidel castro, his death was announced last night by his brother. he was a controversial figure when he was in power. people took to the streets last night to celebrate his passing. we also have some overnight news, a fiery crash in the
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south bay being blamed on drunk driving. if you are heading to the sierras, we are going to take a look at the road conditions. the white stuff has been coming down. the resorts are pretty happy about it. it should be a rainy saturday. lets find out how rainy. you can see from that picture there, most of california is going to get wet. it's windy for some of us. we have a steady rain for the morning hours and scattered showers for the rest of the afternoon. this is a live look from san francisco. we are looking at the bay bridge. very soggy out there. we have the wind that is accompanying the front.
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you can see all of that rain. santa cruz mountains moderate to heavy rain. you can see portions of the inner east bay and san jose to the east. it's still try over there. north into areas along highway 101 and san mateo and san francisco, they are all covered with showers. into the east bay we have light rain through vallejo. in the north we have widespread rain. in the sierras, nothing just yet. there is an advisory for the sierras, it starts at 10:00. if you are thinking about
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heading up, go soon. right now hayward has wince of 8 miles per hour. it's breezy in some areas. we are looking at anywhere from half an inch of rain for the valley locations to an inch and a half in the hills. the winter weather advisory for the sierras starts at 10:00. i will detail the forecast, coming up. we begin the morning with breaking news in oakland. crews are on the scene of a fire at mosswood performing arts center. we are are on the scene are lee. >> reporter: firefighters have just gained access inside of
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the structure. there are still some active flames that they are trying to battle down. the chief said that they got the call right before 5:30. when they came out here, the building was fully engulfed in flames. you can see through the other side of the building, it looks like a total loss, this is a community center. they do not believe that anyone was inside of the building but they are doing their searches inside. they have a fire investigator on the scene, they do not know the cause of the fire. the plan of attack was to use ladders and lines to battle the fire from the outside. the main focus was to safe this historic building next to it. it's a historic house owned by the city of oakland. they are fighting to keep the
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flames back. they were surrounding the building to make sure that the fire was not spreading into other areas. also we were talking to oakland police officers on the scene. they were surprised that nobody was out in the park. they said this is a busy area for transient populations. they are investigating to see if anyone was inside of this building but so far no reports of injuries. more on the death of one of the words most controversial leaders, late yesterday, it was announced that fidel castro had tied at the age of 90. news of his death has sparked both celebrations and tears across cuban populations in the united states and in cuba.
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>> reporter: in the end, his appearances were more rare but his tone remained defiant, socialism or death, fidel castro loved to hate america at every political turn. his own political stock soared during the international custody fight for eilan gonzales. he called the return of the boy a moral victory against america. he came to power leading a band of bearded rebels to overthrow a dictator, he ended up becoming one himself. he stood against 10 united states presidents. around the world, leftists that
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hate america's influence and power called fidel castro a hear ee. he was also the face of the cold war. while the world could never completely dismiss him politically over time he became more of a character. the man that would lead the island to communism was educated by priests and went to law school. he launched his first revolution in 1953, it failed. he was imprisoned and deported but went back to the country. after a decade, the people did not the government of batista. he stepped down and fidel
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castro seized power. he held on for 50 years. the most significant united states response to fidel castro came in 1961 when president john f kennedy backed the bay of pigs operation. the next year american spy planes discovered secret soviet spy planes in cuba. the soviet union removed the missiles. two sewer powers walked away from a nuclear nightmare. in the 1980s castro sent 100,000 cuban exiles to america. he has been out of the public's eye for the last six years.
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we will have the latest on the air and online about the death of fidel castro. new overnight, an arrest in the south bay, california highway patrol and firefighters were called out to the scene of south bound 101. officers told us the driver of a silver sedan failed a sobriety check and caused the crash. patrols have been out looking for drunk drivers over the holiday during the maximum enforcement period which lasts through sunday. california highway patrol reminds you if you see someone driving erratically, call 911. oakland police investigate
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a deadly shooting. they found a man inside of a car who had been shot. it's not clear what led up to the shooting and police have not made any arrests or identified any suspects. a shooting happened before 11:00 at scott street. one person died, another received life threatening injuries. sources said that the shooting appears to be gang related. a south san francisco police officer remains in critical condition after he was hit in the head by a man with a skateboard. this video shows the suspect luis alberto ramos-coreas riding his skateboard down grand avenue. he is followed by a police car
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and officer robby chon on foot. moments later luis alberto ramos-coreas hit chon over the head with his skateboard. >> he has a lengthy history of criminal contacts including several incidents of violence. >> robby chon is a 12 year veteran of the san francisco police force, he remains hospitalized this morning. >> a letter is sent to a bay area islamic center telling them to pack up and leave. we have the response from the counsel of islamic relation. >> get out your skis, people will be enjoying a lot of snow in the sierras. which resorts are opening today as the winter storm moves through california. >> we have more coming up on ktvu news after the break
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. good morning, a rainy night, a rainy morning. we are looking at rain followed by scattered showers for your saturday. we have more to come sunday, perhaps into monday. i have a look at what you can expect for the weekend and beyond, coming up. a lot of rain here, that's good news in the sierras. great weekend to hit the slopes. we have a live picture from sugar bowl. lots of snow up there. so far chains are not required but that will change in short
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order. more resorts are opening this weekend. sierras tahoe resorts is opening today. sugar bowl opened this weekend. they are expanding the number of run open as well. >> reporter: when the symptoms could have across, that's when people get excited. >> if you are heading up to the sierras over the weekend, sunday could be your best bet. a tradition continues, it's the boy scout tree lighting. there will be trees available. it's located at the coach's playing field in peidmont. delancey street is also
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hosting a tree lighting and they have christmas tree lots in the peninsula and across the east bay. crowds of people celebrated the lighting of the macy's christmas tree in union square last night. people were entertained by performance of christmas songs. many said the lighting is a way to get the family in the mood for the holidays. >> it's ortradition, we come see the lights go on after thanksgiving. it's so nice. >> you feel the christmas spirit. >> they were skating too. the union square ice rink is open tw tep chalk a.m.
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to 11:30 p.m. daily -- from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. daily. today might be wet on the ice rink. you should stay indoors and decorate the house. the rain is coming through the bay area right now. it's going to continue on and off throughout the day. if you going shopping bring an umbrella and maybe a rain jacket. this is a view of what is happening at this our. moderate to heavy rain over the santa cruz mountains. you can see the rain over here all across the area. we are all looking forward to the rain. it's heavy over areas of santa cruz and along portions of the
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pen nens la. scots valley -- 10 -- pen peninsula. lets look at some of the areas to the east. san jose and the east bay shoreline in the green at this time. you have to get to pleasanton before you get the dry weather but it's coming your way. san ramon and concord are on the edge as well. it's widespread in the north bay, this is the edge along sonoma county on the north side. this is the future cast. the rain is going to sweep through, by 9:00 it's on its way to the sierras.
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if you are thinking about going up there, go now, ahead of the storm. behind the storm, we have scattered showers. now we are going to the dinner hour, scattered showers. it's just on and off throughout the day, there is a possibility of thunder and lightning in the second part of the afternoon. so for the next 24 hours you can expect the wet weather. sunday afternoon we dry out. we could get another round sunday night into mornd morning. so your back to work commute could be wet. half an inch to an inch expected for the urban areas. the coastal hills could pickup an inch and a half. it's in the upper 40s to lower 50s this afternoon. not a lot of change.
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55 in pacifica. 59 in oakland. 55 in antioch. rain followed by showers and more showers for the extended forecast. >> if you are coming back from the sierras, it's going to be choppy. >> today is the worst day. tomorrow is better. when we get past tomorrow morning we are going to see some dry weather before sunday night. that's the best time. you can always download our free ktvu fox news app. gist go to the app store. >> that's jewels. that's our pet of the week. she's a one year old tabby. she was abandoned in the central valley. she is a little shy so you have to have patience. she will warm up.
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. welcome back, a vallejo family continues to search for a teen age girl who was abducted onher way -- on her
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way to school. pearl pinson has not been seen for six months. >> reporter: every friday, the third week of the month, people come here to hold a vigil. six months ago, pearl pinson was abducted. her blood was found here. >> we cleaned it up. >> reporter: her big sister often advice itself this spot. it's a memorial now. >> he took her without a reason. >> reporter: he is a 19 year old who was killed in a police
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shoot out. searches have not turned up any trace of pearl pinson. >> we hope to find her alive. >> reporter: detectives promise to try to find her and bring her home. tips come in but they have not panned out. >> people say they have seen her, but it's not her. but we want people to call in. >> it's not the same without her here. >> reporter: her friends miss her laughter and her big personality. >> it's hard, i would go to tell her something and she's not there. >> reporter: she loved to draw, her friends hope to light her
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way back. >> it feels like nobody cares but knowing our community, we are not going to give up on her until she's brought home. >> reporter: pearl pinson will turn 16 on december the 15th. more information on a vallejo man that police said killed a woman. police were called to an apartment and found a woman killed and a man who was shot. the suspect is their father, no word on/possible motive. coming up, celebrations and sorrow following the death of fidel castro, we have a look back at his political career and how his defiance impacted the united states. firefighters are putting out a hot spot at a community
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center. we have more on the fire investigation when we come back. >> it's a rainy start to the morning. i have deals on the storm. how long it's expected to last and how much we are expected to get. i have more coming up. >> we have more coming up on ktvu news after the break
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. good morning, welcome back to mornings on two. lets look outside at the bay bridge. we have a lot of shoppers zooming into the city. people are still filled with turkey. it's going to be a rainy weekend. thank you for joining us. we start out with a check of the weather. it's wet. there is no escaping it this morning, right? >> no, but we get a break for the second part of the weekend. for the next 24 hours or so, expect the rain to be around. it's going to be breezy at times and foggy at times. most of us have seen the rain or are about to. the storms are heading to the
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sierras and they are bringing more snow there. the advisory will start at 10:00 this morning and it goes through 10:00 tomorrow morning. we continue to watch some moderate and heavy pockets of rain in and over the santa cruz mountain area. we have stanford and wood side getting rain. the whole coast is getting wet, half moon bay and here along the coast. in san jose and mill -- millpedas. if we shift north you are going to find rain along i 80 into vallejo and fairfield and east beyond areas of concourt and livermore. look at antioch, they are still
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waiting on the rain but it's coming. it's moving east into the sierras. this is a look at the north bay, areas like santa rosa have picked up half an inch of rain. they got it first. we are seeing the back line of the rain here. so as we get into the second part of the day the steady rain moves out and the shower activity continues. when i come back, i will have a detailed time line of the rain. that's coming up in just a bit. we want to go back to our breaking news in oakland. crews ra still on the scene of a fire at a recreation center. what can you tell us. >> reporter: the rain is helping. we have firefighter on the roof putting out hot spots. they have already gained control of the fire. when it started it had
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engaveled the whole building. the fire inspectors have gained entrance into the building. the fire chief said she did not know if anyone was in the building. the crews found the community center fully engulfed in flames. they fought the fire from above and with hand lines. you can see through one side and out the other side of the building. an objective was to protect a victorian house next door owned by the city of oakland. we are told that this portion of the structure, towards the back, is where they believe the fire started. they do not have a cause. fire crews will be on the scene for a long time. >> i imagine a lot of kids use the center?
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>> reporter: it's a community center. it's called the mosswood community arts center but it's been used as a community center and a day care. police officers on the scene said that the park here is known to have a large transient population. when they arrived on the scene, nobody was in the park. that's very unusual, we are told. thank you. cuba's former president and leader. fidel castro has died. his brother made the announcement last night. he made a rare public appearance earlier this year but for the most part he has been out of the public eye. his tenure was marked by the cuban missile crisis and the
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bay of pigs. this morning, thousands of people in modesto, -- miami, florida are celebrating his death. last night, this is what it looked like as people started to show up in little havana. people are flooding the streets. his death follows the recent easing the relations between the united states and cuba. san jose police are investigating the origins of a hate letter sent to an islamic center. the letter called muslims vial and dirty. he said that president-elect donald trump is going to cleanse america. they are asking for stepped up
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security at local mosques because of an increase in incidents following the election. the islamic center said bay area leaders need to speak out against violence against islam. former presidential candidate jill stein is behind an effort to get a recount in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania. >> we filed our petition for a hand recount of the ballots in the presidential race in the state of wisconsin. >> reporter: jill stein has also asked for recounts in
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pennsylvania and michigan. she has raised money for the recount. >> people are denying the reality that president-elect donald trump was elected president. >> reporter: this man predicts it will not change the results. >> i do not expect a change coming out of this. >> reporter: jill stein is saying that the effort is not to help hillary clinton but to uphold integrity. >> there is no smoking gun. >> reporter: election experts said there is no evidence that computers counts ballots were hacked. >> we are saying that there is enough evidence to warrant that our system should be
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investigated. >> reporter: jill stein said hacking concerns need to be put to rest. >> what these three states have in common is that the results were close and also unexpected. what the experts tell us is that this is what you would see if a system was hacked into. >> i think that jill stein hopes to continue to stay relevant on the national stage. again, third parties are very inclined to ask for these recounsels, not the marriage parties. election officials said the recounts in start in wisconsin next week. this is a look at the electoral map. president-elect donald trump
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has 232 electoral votes. michigan has not announced their results yet. president-elect donald trump continues to add to his white house staff. yesterday his team announced two staff picks, naming a lawyer as white house counsel and kt mcfarlant has white house adviser. republicans have been feuding over two choices for secretary of state. people are questioning business conflicts of interest with former new york mayor rudy giuliani.
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saturday is small business saturday. the idea is to support local businesses in your comownt. some bay area businesses are hosting events, to find out where they are located, we have posted links on our website, ktvu.com. this year more people decided to stay at home and shop online on black friday, but that was not the case in livermore at the out lets. look -- outlets. look at these lines. the frenzy was tempered by the fact that stores like macy's opened on thanksgiving day. black friday is no longer the busiest shopping day of the year, that honor is to the
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weekend before christmas. analysts are basing the numbers on studies done. >> there are a lot of stores that will do things to incentivize you in the store. they offer free gift cards and movie tickets. >> last year more people shopped online than in stores over the holiday weekend. cyber monday sales are expected to hit $3 billion for the first time. the united states postal service is hiring temporary workers at three bay area distribution centers. there looking for mail handlers and processing clerks in san
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jose, oakland and richmond. the pay is from $15 an hour to $17 an hour. an award winning boy's choir is getting ready to take the stage at the 555 california tree lighting ceremony. first, a coat drive to keep people warm. how can you pitch in and help a lot of people in need. we will be right back the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
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choir of california are preparing for the big event. i spoke with them. >> reporter: the pacific boy's choir oa offers a type of education all it's own. >> the boy's choir academy is an after school program and a day school. the idea is about excellence in music and academics. >> we have regular classes but there is two hours of music everyday.
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>> there is no other institution like it in california. >> it's shaped how i have become a person. because of this school, music has become a huge part of my life. i cannot imagine any other thing. we get to travel all around the world. it sets us apart from other schools. >> three or four years ago they went to vietnam and singapore. we went to every continent except antarctica. we were asked to perform on america's got talent and we arure own institution in the bay area. >> they are performance in the tree lighting has become a tradition.
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>> it's not like your unusual performance where you just sing and you are imon. you interact with some of the people that sing there. >> this is a lot move people, it's crowded. there are a lot of celebrities. we met a bunch of the 49ers players. it's really fun. you do not have that at any other concert. >> it's a great opportunity tort boys to share the stage with more famous performers, with she's seasoned veterans. it's added to the sense of what they are doing. they are doing. >> reporter: what they are doing has a lot of people taking note of this small
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oakland school. >> they are so good. we are a media sponsor of the event it happened at 555 california on tuesday night. it benefits all stars helping kids. >> the kids are amazing. two hours a day of music and they still get in their studies, nice job guys. moving on, every year thousands the people in the bay area have to brave the cold temperatures, often without a warm coat. we are hosting our warm coat donation drive, we have bins throughout the bay area where people are collected lightly worn coats and jackets. you can donate in several locations. bay street, walnut creek.
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jack london square or san san jose, for more information head over to our website, ktvu.com. >> a good day to have a coat. >> it makes you think, when it's this cold, what it's like for people that do not have one. >> what will ponchos. >> anything. last year the shelters were able to give everyone that came in a coat. we are looking at a wet one out there. if you are getting outdoors your coat needs to be water proof. we have showers for the whole day. a live look at oakland. mostly cloudy sciez around the bay area. -- skies around the bay area. here's a look at the storm. the center of circulation is off the coast of northern
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california. you can see how far reaching the front is. right into southern california. lets talk about what is going on here. we have moderate rain along the santa cruz mountains and along the east bay, do you see that line there? that's pushing from north to south. so the north bay is already beginning to see a break. the steady rain is going to move out and we are left with scattered showers for the rest of the day. lets look where the rain is falling, santa cruz and scots valley along highway 17 and areas of 280 and 101, we have rain along the peninsula and along the coast. we have heavier pockets into the south bay and loss gatos and east into fremont. it stretches along the east bay
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shoreline in through fair feel. if you are on i 80, it's a wet one, 680 is also seeing all of its communities getting some rain. as we go further north we have rain in concord but it cuts off on the west side of antioch. it's moving in your direction so antioch, expect it, it's coming your way in the next 15 minutes. in the north we have a break behind the steady rain, scattered showers remain in the forecast. we have sierras snow. some people talk about heading up for the holiday weekend. we have an advisory that comes in at 10:00. it lasts until 10:00 tomorrow morning in the sierras. snow levels down to 4,000 feet. it comes down to areas like the
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pines along highway 50. the snow levels are lower than what we have seen. the models push the rain out sooner than wh i am expected. we are beginning to see clearing. behind it, scattered showers, by dinner time, scattered showers. overnight showers. tomorrow morning, scattered showers. it's on and off through tomorrow morning, then we get a break. sunday night to monday morning, we have more rain. we have a quarter of an inch to an inch for the urban areas and an inch and a half for the coastal hills. look at these afternoon highs. mid to upper 50s. we are not changing much from now to the afternoon. here's a look at the extended forecast. scattered showers tomorrow morning. if you are looking for a break in the rain, tomorrow afternoon is going to be the best time. it's going to be wet but there
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are breaks in the rain. >> are we ahead of schedule rain wise? >> yes, we are looking good. the first part of november was dry but now we have a lot of wet weather. the search continues for those two inmates that broke out of a south bay jail. up next ,, the money being offered to capture these men
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the search continues this morning for two escaped inmates of san jose, rogelio chavez and lanon campbell are wanted on robbery charges. the trail got cold half a mile from levis stadium. >> we are getting closer to that area, that gives us the ability to start to look for video cameras in the area to see if someone picked up something. >> the pair escaped from jail wednesday night cutting through
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metal bars and using blankets to climb down 20 feet. the sheriffs office said there is a need for security cameras in the section of the jail where it happened. there is a $25,000 reward for information leading to their arrest. san jose state plays fresno state today. the warriors host the timber wolves. >> check this out, durant. he gets it. how about this for an assist. everything is going fine, look at curry on the break. the dunk, here we go again, this one does not go so well.
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okay. any way, warriors blast la by 24 and the sharks won as well. a south san francisco police officer hit in the head with a skateboard. we have an update on the officer's condition and we have the new surveillance video on the moments leading up to the attack i'll have that goat cheese garden salad. that gentleman got the last one. sir, you give me that salad and i will pay for your movie and one snack box. can i keep the walnuts?
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here comes the rain again on the san mateo. >> that looks pretty gloomy, doesn't it? >> that is the san mateo bridge this morning. headlights are on. it is going to be a rainy morning all morning long. welcome to the mornings on 2. we are happy you are joining us and hopefully you are snuggled up with some coffee it is saturday, november 26. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. we have a rainy weekend on our hands but we have news to get to first. we will get a the forecast momentarily. people continue to react to the death of that man, fidel castro passed away in miami. there were celebrations overnight.
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>> we will look at his rise to power and how the u.s. has responded to him over the years. a very controversial figure. where following developing news out of oakland. there was a fire at a recreation center. you can see fire crews are still on scene. things are still very active. >> this was at 2-alarm fire. the fire is now under control but the flames were pretty big. this broke out around 5:30 am. firefighters were not sure if anyone was inside. let's take a live look up to kirkwood where everyone is clapping their hands because the conditions on the sierra for snow there is it's pretty good. >> does that affect travel to and from? we will keep an eye on the roads for you. rosemary is keeping an eye on the skies. so much to talk about. snow in the mountains. rainy down here. it's a busy weather day. but we've had a couple of
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good days. thanksgiving was dry. yesterday was mainly dry. it's good to get back into what weather. some folks love it. that's what we will have today. if you are thinking about going outdoors, maybe buying a holiday tree or doing some shopping, sunday afternoon we will get a break. between now and then it will be soggy. you can see from oakland it is grey and the rain is falling. it is widespread across the entire bay area. have your pockets into portions of the south bay and the santa cruz mountains. santa cruze is getting in and out of the hills, it's going to be a little treacherous and windy at time. gusts are picking up your this is shifting along the peninsula, it's fairly light and set there is that the from san francisco and woodside and palo alto. in the sunnyvale it is a little heavier. kimber and cupertino as well. shipping east to san jose and
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along the east bay shoreline we have rain falling from fremont through hayward and san leandro. it just continues on. all the way into fairfield. let's go east where we have 680 covered in rain. san ramon and dublin and pleasanton. this is the cut off line. along highway 4, is getting closer. we've been watching antioch, that is a dry spot this morning. it is on the way. how about to north bay where we had widespread rain beginning to taper off. some of our north bay locations have picked up between 3/10 and 4/10 of an inch of rain. we are looking at anywhere from a half inch to an inch of rain before it's all done. even more for the hills. here is a look at this sierra where we are dry. there is an advisory that starts at 10:00 and will go until 10:00 tomorrow morning. if you are thinking of heading up, go now. here are the winds.
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generally light. not too bad. gusty at times and very gusty in the hills. as we get into the afternoon, the steady rain will move out and scattered showers will take its place. i will look at what you can expect for the rest of saturday and the weekend coming up. we have breaking news out of oakland. fire investigators on the scene of a fire at the mosswood park performing arts center. >> that started a few hours ago and leigh martinez has been live all morning long outside the rec center with more and news from the battalion chief. >> reporter: we just saw city workers show up. they are looking at what they are calling a rec center. they also had some personal stories. one guy with the crew cleaning up this mess said his children did their preschool here. he would come over and watch them through the windows. he had trouble leaving them for the first time. it's devastating. you can see through the windows, the firefighters are working.
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this building is completely gutted. the call came in before 5:30 am and crews found this community center fully engulfed. six engines and four trucks fought the fire from above and with hand lines. the building has significant damage and you can see from one side over to the other side. the other objective was to protect a historic victorian house owned by the city of oakland. firefighters were able to keep flames from spreading. earlier we spoke to the battalion chief who told us the latest in the investigation. >> unfortunately we can't say if there was someone inside are not. that was probably a community center. the likelihood of someone being inside there is it was probably close to. there is closed. >> out here live you can see
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fire crews are working inside. they are doing their investigation on the interior now. we saw city of oakland workers come out that were and in control of this building and surveying the lost. what we are told from police in -- this is a large community of transients that visit this park. when they came out here on scene there was no one out here which is unusual. leigh martinez, ktvu fox news. more on the death of one of the world's most divisive and controversial leaders. late yesterday, even president raul castro announced his brother, fidel castro had died at the age of 90. >> news of his death has sparked celebrations and tears in cuban communities. >> reporter: in the end his speech is a him shorter. his appearance is more rare. but fidel castro's tone remained defiant as ever. socialism or death.
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fidel castro loved to hate america at every political turn. his own political stock, albeit small, sword during the international custody fight for elian gonzalez. when the u.s. return his, with the prince, castro called the moment, a moral victory over imperialist america the man, born fidel alejandro castro ruz , came to power leading a ragtag band of bearded rebels to overthrow a dictator he ended up becoming one himself. castro stood defiantly against tenuous presidents. around the world, leftist who hated america's influence and power called castro a hero.. for the was, he was the all too close face of the bitter cold war. and while the world could never
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completely dismiss castro politically, overtime coming to some critics, he seemed more like a caricature with his wiry beard, faded fatigues and six inch cigars. the man who would lead the small caribbean island to communism was educated by jesuit priests and earned his law degree at the university of havana. castro launched his first and failed revolution in 1953 were 30 of his followers were killed while attacking the barracks. castro was imprisoned and then deported but made his way back on an overloaded powerboat. after nearly a decade of coos, riots and political rebellion, the people despaired of the government of batista, he stepped down and left the country and castro seized power on january 1, 1959. he held on for nearly 50 years. the most significant u.s. response to castro's communist regime came in 1961. when president john f. kennedy backed the failed bay of pigs
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invasion where hundreds of cuban exile fighters were captured and sent to prison or killed. the next year, american spy planes discovered secret soviet missiles inside cuba. after a 13 day u.s. naval blockade, the soviet union backed down and remove the missiles. castro was enraged. as the world watched, two superpowers walk away from a nuclear nightmare. in 1980, castro unleashed an unprecedented human wave of more than 125,000 cubans on america. after resigning as the head of cuba's communist party in april 2011, castro remained largely out of the public eye. in washington, bret baier, fox news. >> president-elect donald trump reacting to the news of fidel castro's death on twitter. in a tweet he wrote, fidel castro is dead. stay with the ktvu for
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continuing coverage on the death of fidel castro. we will bring you the latest on air, online and twitter and facebook as well as on our mobile news at. overnight, a fiery crash and an arrest in the south bay. the chp and san jose firefighters were called to the scene on southbound 101, north of story road. officers tell us the driver of that silver sedan that is on fire rear ended a big rig. the chp arrested the driver of the sedan for dui after he failed a sobriety test. the crash serves as reminder not to drink and drive. extra patrols have been out looking for drunk drivers during the maximum enforcement period which lasts through midnight on sunday. the chp reminding people that if they drink, make sure to have visiting the the driver. and if you see someone driving erratically, you are urged to call 911. a south san francisco police officer remains in critical condition this morning after he was hit in the head by a man with a skateboard. this is surveillance video
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showing luis alberto ramos writing down grand avenue. he is followed by the police car. officer robby chon is on foot behind him. moments later, the suspect hits the officer with the skipper. those who know him say this type of behavior is not there is is a normal. >> he is in a bad mood. he screams. he's the kind of guy you want to get away from. >> he has a lengthy history of going to contacts with the san francisco police department to include several incidents of violence. >> the officer is a 12 year veteran of the san francisco police butter. he remains hospitalized this morning. today is a small business saturday. coming up, we will let you know to save money on personal gifts for every member of the family. first, get out those skis. how about a snowboard? lots of people are flocking to this era. what resort is opening today as
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a big winter storm moves through california.
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>> some gene kelly for you this morning. >> where is your umbrella?
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>> if we could get frank to do that -- we are off to a rainy start this morning. steady rain moving through the area at this hour. breaking away to scattered showers for the second half of the day. i have your saturday forecast coming right up. it is a good weekend to hit the slopes if you're heading to this era. let's take you alive up there. that is a good shot. you can see the white stuff. that's what we need. snow on the ground. chains are not required on the highways. 50 or 80. we do expect that to change because it is not quite winter yet. more ski resorts are opening. tahoe set to open today. sugar bowl and kirkwood opened
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earlier this past week. fresh snow this weekend could also help those resorts expand the number of runs that are open to the public. >> one storms track across sacramento, san francisco and they are bringing that east to west pattern. that's when it gets people excited. >> rosemary, our resident expert said, if you're heading to the sierra this weekend, sunday may be our best bet. >> good stuff. a nearly half-century christmas tradition continues today in piedmont. boy scout holiday tree lot opening this morning. scouts have been running the lot and raising money for a good, since 1969. bunch of trees are available along with garlic, wreaths and ornaments. the lot is located at the coaches playfield. the delancey street tree lot is also open today. delancey street is a local organization that helps homeless, former addicts and ex-
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convicts with a place to stay. job skills and other needs as well. this is a place to learn sales along with customer service. delancey street christmas tree lots are located along the peninsula and the east bay. this is probably one of the biggest weekends to get the tree. >> it is. you will get the best selection. i am looking at rosemary's five- day. i don't like a wet tree. i don't want to dragon something that's what. >> it's going to get muddy. i'm going to wait. >> you are not a phony tree person, are you? >> i have both. i love christmas. i did run past a tree farm. outside our doors this morning the trees are getting wet. we are looking at rain moving through at this hour. it is very widespread and
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steady. it is a little heavy in some areas and it's also a little breezy. stormtracker 2 is showing you a different perspective. let me point out the center of circulation is off the coast of eureka. there is the front stretching all the way down to the southern california coastline. here at home we continue to see it fall and it's moderate to heavy over the santa cruz mountains. is stretches across into areas of san jose and morgan hill and doctor gilroy. if we look to the north we have steady rain into the north bay. this will move out and we will be left with scattered showers. santa cruze and scotts valley, over into areas near sunnyvale and stanford. we have the rain coming down. if we look at the peninsula and up through san francisco, it is steady and light. breezy at times, especially in the hills. into the east, milpitas seeing some good rain. fremont, light to moderate and
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along the east bay shoreline and continuing through i-580 into fairfield. if we go east we are covered in its. along 680, 580 and to the east edge of livermore. some light rain is falling. and we been watching it creep in on antioch. antioch is now beginning to see if you scattered showers and that will continue for the next hour or so. we will see a break. the north bay locations, 3/10 to 4/10 of an inch of rain. the sierra remains dry. this will cruise through the sacramento valley and head up into the hills. we are expecting snow. winter weather advisory started 10:00 and will go through 10:00 tomorrow morning. you will have slick roads, treacherous roads and perhaps whiteout conditions. it will be a little hectic and dangerous. snow levels dropping down to about 4000 feet. 3500 feet make it a dusting
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tomorrow morning. the steady rain removes out by lunchtime and we're looking at scattered showers. at dinnertime, scattered showers. if you have evening clout there is evening plans, scattered showers. sunday afternoon we get a break and we are looking at a break until sunday night. rainfall amounts over the next 24 hours there is a quarter inch to an inch for most areas. more in the hills. temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s. for the afternoon, mid- to upper- 50s. we will remain in the upper 50s and low 60s for the weekend. that transfer showers in the morning, a break sunday afternoon, more rain sunday night into monday morning. another break into tuesday. >> maybe some snow on mount diablo? >> perhaps. maybe mount hamilton. if it lines up just right tomorrow morning. a big group of local small businesses are coming together to help you shop for the holidays. >> more in the and jewel there
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welcome back. the search continues for the two women who police say abducted a shasta county woman. sherri papini was found early thanksgiving morning about 150 miles south of where she went missing. deputies say she was tied up and left on a world wrote in interstate 5 in yolo county.
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she man did there is bennett november 2 while on a job. her sister said the family had a joyous reunion. >> keith and sherry only have one statement at this time. we are overwhelmed with joy of how supportive everyone has been to help bring us together as a family again. >> she did not go into any detail about what the last three weeks have been like for her sister however. as for the suspects, deputies have given only a vague description of two hispanic women who were armed and driving a dark colored suv. i vallejo family is searching for a girl who was abducted on the way to school. pearl pinson has not been seen or heard from in six months.>> reporter: every month on the 25th, family and friends of pearl pinson come to this over past on interstate 780.
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>> i love you, per. stay strong.>> reporter: that morning and may as pearl walked to catch a bus for school she was attacked and dragged across the walkway. eyewitness heard and tried to help. found a gun pointed at him and ran but heard shots. pearl's blood was found of the ramp. >> it was right here. we cleaned it up because the children pass over this overpass all the time. >> reporter: her big sister often visits the spot. >> this is the last place my sister was at. >> reporter: he was fernando castro. from the same neighborhood but a stranger to pearl and her family. the next day he was spotted 300 miles away and killed in a police shootout. he is known to us traveled as far north as sonoma county and as far south as santa barbara
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county. searchers have not found up any trace of a pearl. >> our hope is we will find her alive. >> reporter: the lead detective has promised to the family he will do everything we can to find pearl and bring her home. >> at this point she could be anywhere. >> reporter: tips comment but have not panned out. >> we've had tips where they believe they seen her at a location. we will go to the location. we will get the video and it's obviously not her. but we want people to call him. >> it's been half a year now. it's not the same without her here. >> reporter: girls best friends missed her laughter, her personality. >> we were loud and crazy. but pearl was the one cracking the jokes no matter what the situation was. >> it's hard because i had my last two periods with it. i would turn around and try to tell her something and she would not be there. >> reporter: she loves to draw and skateboard. be about to get their hopes up and light her way back. >> it feels like nobody cares anymore but knowing my family and her friends in our community, we are not giving up. they will not give up on her until she's back home.
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>> pearl pinson will turn 16 on december 15. wisconsin accepts a petition to look at the boats from the presidential election. coming up, the multimillion dollar recount effort to being led from a former presidential candidate and green party nominee, jill stein. despite the rain oakland firefighters still have hotspots to battle. coming up we will have the latest on the investigation that guided this community center. oh, life-sized dragon hand back scratcher. if only it came in a luffa. it does! oh, a raisin re-hydrator.
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and that you can make a place for everyone. spend your holiday overjoyed and under budget with ikea. happy rainy saturday. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm claudine wong. let's start you off with a look at the weather. rosemary is busy today with lots of rain. >> i see lots of greenback
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there. all the way down to southern california. this is moving through the bay area. go ahead toward the sierra where we have an advisory. let's talk about our local forecast. that will include the sierra in a moment. a live look outside our doors and into downtown oakland where we have overcast skys. some fog. no visibility issues if you were getting onto the roadway. it is very breezy and gusty in the hills. here is that rain we were talking about. it stretches from northern california just approaching point conception at this point. it will continue to sweep through. the sierra will get plenty of snow over the next 24 hours. that means it will be tough to get there. moderate to heavy rain over portions of the south bay and san jose. if we get closer it has remained here over the last
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half-hour. scotts valley in santa cruz and shifting along the peninsula. we have watched that study light rain from san francisco down through san mateo. moderate rain from sunnyvale in santa clara. in the east bay shoreline, continue with light steady rain as well. as we go inland, 680 is wet. also on highway 4 you will find a. we've been watching antioch, now covered in green. light rain is falling there and it is east of livermore as well. in the north bay where the rain started it's beginning to taper off. it will move out. the steady rain will be gone and we will have study showers the second part of the day. cloudy skies on and off. it's not going away but it will taper a. here is a look at the sierra where we are dry at the moment. there is an advisory that starts at 10:00 this morning and will go through 10:00
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tomorrow morning. a 24 hour period where the snow will be falling and creating hazardous conditions. by tomorrow morning, snow levels at or thousand feet. for us here at home that can meet mount hamilton or mount diablo. a dusting of snow there. we will track that for you. i will bring you your temperatures and look at how much rainfall i expect we will get and when we will see a break from the rain coming up. let's look at what stories are trending today. struck an op-ed piece by harvard professor is calling on the electoral college to vote hillary clinton as president. he said that electors need to respect the will of the people and vote in clinton because she was winning the popular vote. things are crazy this weekend with all the shoppers getting ready for the holidays. some of the top stories on social media include someone being shot and killed over a parking spot. along with other disputes. a lot of pictures on social media. look at that one. people are talking about the ski resorts opening across the country.
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many lake tahoe resorts are open. drive face and have fun if you're heading up there this weekend. continuing coverage of a fire in oakland. firefighters are looking at hotspots. >> this started a couple hours ago at the mosswood park performing arts center. leigh martinez is live their this morning with the latest. >> reporter: now that the flames are out and firefighters have moved towards the back we have a closer look at the damage at this rec center. it looks like a total loss. the windows are blown out. if you look down here you can see the hallway there is the roof has collapsed. everything looks charred on the inside. if you look through this window you can see through to the other side. fire investigators are unseen and they are trying to figure out what the cause of this fire is. firefighters found the mosswood performing arts enter fully engulfed at 530 this morning.
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six engines and four trucks fought the fire from above and with multiple hand lines. they prevented the fire from moving to the historic victorian house now owned by the city. city workers came to survey the damage. the center is guided and it is an absolutely devastating loss to people in the community. if you come back out here live, we just spoke to an oakland father. he does cleanup work. he said that his three kids went to the preschool here. this was about 20 years ago. he said he had fond memories of letting his first child go to preschool. he did not want to leave so he would look at his kid through this window. he said looking at it now, it breaks his heart and he knows this will be a devastating loss for the community. >> leigh martinez, thank you for that live report in oakland. firefighters found the mosswood performing arts enter fully engulfed in flames. we just told you about that.
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san jose police are investigating a hate filled letter that was sent to a south bay islamic center. police said a letter was sent to the evergreen islamic center on ruby avenue. the council on american-islamic relations also known as cair said the letter called, muslims bio and 30. it also said muslims should pack their bags and that president-elect trump is going to cleanse america. they are asking for stepped-up security at local mosques because of the increase of anti- muslim incidents across the country following the election. a chapter released in parts, our state political and religious leaders need to speak out against the mainstreaming of islam-aphobia that we are witnessing here in california and nationwide. oakland police are investigating a shooting that happened yesterday before noon near san pablo avenue and 23rd street. police found a man inside a car
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who had been shot. he was pronounced dead at the scene. it is not clear what led to that shooting. police have not made any arrests or identified any suspects. san francisco police are searching for good men who shot three people on a street corner. one of the people shot was killed. the shooting happened just before 11:00 yesterday morning. another victim suffered life- threatening injuries. a third person is expected to survive. the lease only have a big description of the gunman. they say they are between 40 and 50 years old. sources are telling ktvu that the shooting appears to be gang related. today, now that black friday is over, storeowners are getting ready for small business saturday. the idea is to support your local businesses in your community to boost that economy. several businesses are participating by offering deals and some are hosting events. we have more on one of these events coming up. to find a full list of where the discounts are located, we have a link on our website,
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ktvu.com . click on web links. this year my people decided to stay at home and shop online. that was not the case here. check out this line at the outlets in livermore. it was wrapped around the building. they were all heading to the coach outlet store and a few other stores as well offering deep discounts. in union square, the usual frenzy was tempered by the fact that stores like macy's decided to open their doors on thanksgiving day comic taking off their sales early. black friday no longer the busiest shopping day of the a. that will go to the weekend before christmas. the procrastinators which is now known as super sunday. the national retail federation predicting shoppers will spend more than 655 which is now known as super sunday. the national retail federation predicting shoppers will spend more than $655 million. nearly $1 trillion of the holiday season. that's up 3.6% from last year. analysts are basing those numbers on lower unemployment numbers and higher wages.
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>> looking at folks with lots of bags, lots of shopping going on. i think it's a good indicator that were going to have a good season. >> there are a lot of stores that will do things to incentivize you to shop in the store. they will offer free gift cards, free movie tickets. >> the national federation of retailers said last year more people shopped online than they did in stores over the holiday weekend, even ahead of cyber monday. this year black friday online sales are expected to hit more than three this year black friday online sales are expected to hit more than $3 billion for the first time. the u.s. postal service is hiring temporary workers at three bay area dissipation centers. they are looking for mail handlers, check assistance and processing clerks from now through january 6. positions are available in san jose, oakland and richmond. for more information on how to apply, head to our website,
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ktvu.com. that is under web links. three over-the-counter medicines for children are being recalled. this product contain a plant called belladonna which can cost the this or death for children if it's given in larger doses. two other products have the cvs label. they are cbs homeopathic infant's teething tablets cbs homeopathic kids your released liquid and homeopathic ear relief oral liquid for kids. there have been no reports of death or anyone getting sick. the fda found greater amounts of the dangerous plant in the product than what was printed on those boxes. donald trump continues to add to his white house staff yesterday his transition team announced two step pics naming campaign finance lawyer, donald mcgahn as white house counsel and kt mcfarland as the deputy national security advisor. mcfarlane has served as an aid to three republican presidents.
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>> it's up to him and where he feels comfortable bringing in the best people for the job to move our country forward. i think it's a good thing. >> republicans have been feuding over two potential choices for secretary of state. some members opposed to this man, mitt romney who criticized trump during the campaign while others are questioning possible business conflicts of interest with former new york mayor, rudy giuliani. celebrations and morning around the death of cuban leader fidel castro. more on how cuban-americans are remembering this longtime leader. hundreds of local small businesses are coming together in one location so you can get all your holiday shopping done. moore on the etsy holiday emporium happening this weekend when we come back.
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good morning. thank you for joining us on this soggy saturday. we are watching the rainfall over the bay area. that's going to be moving out and we will break away to on and off light rain for the rest of the day. perhaps a thunderstorm. i will have a look at what you can expect coming up. lots of you may have spent the last couple of days getting that shopping done for the holidays. today is your chance to get great gifts and support to local businesses. it's known as small business saturday. joining us this morning in
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studio is allotted to talk about the special event happening this weekend. i love small business saturday because everyone wants to get a gift that's new york there is knew you. >> etsy holiday emporium has over 200 local small businesses with a wide variety of products including things like cutting boards, textiles, bath and body care. >> lots of people know etsy but etsy is the small business website. you can find anything people make it for you and you can get one-on-one service. it's a cool place to have people come together. maybe they don't make a lot. >> exactly. it's a special place to get something unique. something that is crafted with care and love. by someone who's probably in your community which is another great way to support. >> you put this all together.
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etsy is online but you put it together on one place. tell us about the stuff you brought. >> i brought some cutting boards from max cutting boards. they make beautiful, gift of all items that you could also use. we also have this pillow. she has a great sense of color and she does artwork on their too. it's fun and great for jazzing up a room. and also there are things like these apothecary products. this is my line. everybody loves good smelling things. >> i was already smelling it. the first thing i did was smell it. it smells fantastic how long have you been doing this? >> i have been doing this since 2009. >> amazing. and what are you wearing?
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>> this is a necklace by my friend sharon zimmerman who will be at the show this weekend. and these beautiful earrings there is >> i'm going to lean over so we can see your beautiful necklace. >> and these earrings. maria will be there on sunday. >> talk about this event. for people to come in there, sometimes a small businesses are spread out. people go to the mall because it's convenient. you are making it convenient for everyone. >> exactly. they will be over 200 local and some regional and california businesses coming up for the show. they will be there for two days. you will have all sorts of options and there will be food and a craft station and a hair braiding station. >> here is the event information on your screen. it's the annual etsy in the holiday emporium. it tips off this morning.
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this is at 11 am until 5 pm. you can go tomorrow if you can go today. go out there and support your local small businesses. is a cost anything to get in? >> it's free. >> best cost ever. thank you for coming in. brainy but it's okay, right rosemary? >> yes. make sure you have an umbrella and a rain jacket. we do have steady rain this morning. it's widespread. i am seeing the back edge of it. i will show you that as we take a look at stormtracker 2, working hard this morning. california, a lot of california getting wet, not just us. from the in california down into southern california. here's what's happening in the bay area. we continue with light to moderate rain falling over the santa cruz mountains and into the south bay. san jose is in some light rain.
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san jose has picked up more than a 10th of an inch this morning. along the peninsula, there is the back edge. we will get to the west side and a moment. let's go east where we have rain falling along the east bay shoreline stretching through milpitas and down here into san jose. further east, we have been watching this track across the east bay and it's now in two areas around 680. antioch and brentwood now seeing some light rain. this will continue to move east. let's go west and look at the back edge of the steady rain along the peninsula and the coastline. a little bit of a break. if we go north, a bit of a break as well. some rain over san rafael in sausalito and tiburon. this is the back edge. once we get rid of the steady
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rain we will have on and off scattered showers for the rest of today. here is the futurecast model. and wants to push this steady rain further east a little faster than what's actually happening. by noon, notice scattered showers over the bay area into the evening hours. we have scattered showers in the forecast this evening. it continues overnight. tomorrow morning we wake up with a few scattered showers and then we will dry out for the afternoon. more rain perhaps by sunday night. sunday afternoon looks like we will get a break before another round comes in sunday night into monday morning. with today's system, anywhere from a half inch to an inch for most of us. an inch and a half for the coastal hills. i don't see many folks going to the beach today but maybe you have folks in town and you want to show them the coast. be prepared. speaker waves and rip currents. the winter weather advisory starts at 10:00 this morning and goes through 10:00 tomorrow morning. temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s. mid to upper 50s this
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afternoon. the extended forecast shows you the rain this morning, showers in the afternoon. showers tomorrow morning. then we get a break sunday night into monday. one last round before we dry out on tuesday. >> a storm a holiday weekend. >> thursday and friday were dry. we had a nice thanksgiving day. yesterday was good for shopping. we can't complain. golden state warriors taking care of business. they beat the lakers again last night. one of the stars came up lame. what happened to draymond green when we get back? heavy, labored breathing heavy, labored breathing heavy, labored breathing coughing breathing through oxygen mask
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breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask breathing through oxygen mask covered california. it's more than just health care. it's life care.
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a busy, what day in college football. health hosting ucla. kickoff at 4:00. stanford taken off of 5:00. they are taking on rice. san jose state says hello to fresno state at 12:30 pm. warriors are hosting tonight. fresh off the lakers. k.d. had a big game. hits the jumper.
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the long-range 3 ball. kevin had 29. how about this there is digger dollar for the dunk below, easy pickens. not everything went in. watch curry on the break. not quite. he shakes it off and will finish right here. he had a couple of dozen. draymond green turned his ankle in the game but should be just fine. it happened right here. he had to leave the game but my guess is it's day today. he will likely play tonight. hockey. sharks hosting the docs in anaheim tonight. the islanders were up 2-1. there's a power play. overtime, right? no. san jose scores the game with it. it's a deflector gold with 22 seconds remaining. a little help from the islander defenseman.
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that's it. a win, san jose 3-1. >> i have never seen this before. >> let's take you to yesterday's tulsa and cincinnati game. 30+ yards short of the goal line. the bearcats there is watch the defensive line hit the deck. the qb tosses to the wide receiver who sent it back to the qb. >> the quarterback gets a, the linemen get up and say, let's take you home. i have never seen that in a ballgame. one more time. they hit the deck, back to the quarterback. the linemen and defensemen are gone and off the go for a quibec. too one by a field goal but cincinnati gets at the there is the play of the game. when it's cold outside, most of us go to her closet and get our jacket. unfortunately there are people who do not own a coat. our annual one warm coat drive is designed to help those people in need. >> one more coat oechslein
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>> we are at santana row for our annual one warm coat drive. >> it's been a holiday tradition at ktvu. >> by tomorrow these coats will be distributed to two sites. >> reporter: for the last 14 years we have spread out across the bay area, collecting an estimated 75,000 coats for bay area families. >> let me ask you -- how much of a business there is disc difference there is difference do these make? in it all a lot. it helps the homeless and people who do not have enough money to buy coats. >> reporter: is an effort to keep families warm this winter and from hope there's help from other stores it seems donation bin is never far away. the effort is nationwide. >> the first year we collected over 60,000 coats. that was good. we decided to keep the program going. we've been doing it since then. it's a great program. >> reporter: the coats that go into local bins stay local.
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>> we do it for about a month, maybe 37 days. we collect about 100 coats. the coats go to the community church. >> you know where your coats go. >> yes. i called them and they get them. >> you can donate new are slightly used coats in several different locations in the bay area. bay street in emeryville. one of creek on ice. jack london square and santana row. for more information, go to our website, ktvu.com. of all the shopping and took with a leftovers aren't enough of a signal to start the holiday season, i bet this does. crowds of people celebrated the lighting of the macy's christmas tree in the there is san francisco's union square park people were entertained with performances, christmas songs and the like. many said the tree lighting is a way to get the family in the mood for the holidays. >> a tradition. we come see the lights go on right after thanksgiving.
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it's worth it to bring the family out here to see the lights. and you feel the christmas spirit. >> union square holiday ice rink is also open from 10 am through 11:30 pm daily. it's probably a little damp today. a crash overnight in san jose. new information on what caused the car to slam into the back of a big rig.
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good morning to you. this is a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. not a lot of company on the roads. >> it saturday. it's wet and a holiday weekend. people are just chilling today. welcome to mornings on 2. it is saturday, november 26, i'm claudine wong. >> i'm frank mallicoat. first some headlines. if you shop the black friday craziness, maybe today you go smaller. >> it is small business saturday. a good day to shop small businesses and also shop local and support the local economy.
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if you feel lucky you may want to grab a powerball ticket. >> the ninth largest jackpot in powerball history. the odds are not great that you will win. a two dollar investment to win over $400 million. odds for rain today. that's a slamdunk. it's already happening. >> but it's not going to last all weekend. if you want a little bit of a break, you will get one. rosemary is working that into the forecast for you. >> i'm laughing at myself. what of the day was the tree farm on the pavement. getting your tree perhaps tomorrow will be the better day although the tree is likely to be wet because today it's wet. we will get a break on sunday afternoon. one last arena there is rendering will come in sunday night into monday. let's talk about what's happening at this hour. the rain continuing to fall over the bay area.
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we will have scattered showers the rest of today. you will have those during the lunch hour, the dinner hour and evening hours. stormtracker 2 showing you a three hour time lapse. at the start of the morning, widespread showers but now we're seeing the back edge right here. once the study removes out we will be left with on and off stuff for the rest of the day. perhaps even a thunderstorm because we will have unstable air pull-through as well. into the afternoon we will have an opportunity for thunder and lightning. it doesn't look too heavy but it's light and it's there. here is the santa cruz mountain area where it continues to fall. picking up 6/10 of an inch of rain so far. the north bay, 4/10 of an inch of rain so far. san jose has picked up almost 5100th of an inch of rain. we do have steady rain over san
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jose and the south bay. along the east bay shoreline it's light but steady. as we go further east, we have light rain in antioch, brentwood and east of livermore along 580. let's go west where we are beginning to see a breakaway. san francisco and the peninsula on and off, perhaps some drivel there is drizzle falling below the radar. this is tapering off. if we go north we are beginning to see a taper off over areas of santa rosa. in the sierra, the rain and snow has not yet arrived. this is going to be what will come this afternoon there will be an advisory in place from 10 am this morning until 10:00 tomorrow morning. you will need snow tires or chains. it's going to be slick and hazardous up there. here is a view of what we can expect you. rainfall anywhere from a half inch to an inch and a half. that into the half will be for the coastal hills put gusty as well. and a chance for thunder through the afternoon.
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i will have a look at your temperatures for today. we will track the system and talk about when we will see breaks on the back end of the weekend coming up. a reminder, you can download our ktvu weather app for the latest on the storm. we are posting updates on facebook, twitter and instagram picture continuing coverage of the early morning fire in oakland that started a few hours ago. the mosswood park performing arts and recreation center. >> leigh martinez has been there all morning and joins us now with more on that. >> reporter: good morning. the rain is helping firefighters knock out some of these hotspots but this fire was fast-moving before the rains came and. it has devastated the community to lose this recreation center. you can see through to the other side. the roof has collapsed. firefighters are walking through and surveying the damage and knocking down spots that may be treacherous to anyone who comes through. investigators believe the fire started towards the back of the
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rec center. there are fire investigators on scene and they are trying to determine the cause. when firefighters arrived this morning, around 5:30 am, the mosswood recreation center was completely engulfed in flames. six trucks and four engines fought the fire from above and with multiple headlines. they prevented the fire from spreading to a historic victorian house built in the 1800s. that is now owned by the city of oakland. city workers came out to survey the damage. the center is guided. it was a devastating fright for a father in oakland who came out to survey the damage. his children attended preschool here about 20 years ago. he remembers coming out here and seeing his kids and watching them through this big window at the front of the rec center. it the devastating loss. back out here live ucf firefighters are inside. they have been able to get in for the past two hours.
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when they came on scene to battle the fire, they were unable to get inside. it wasn't until they had most of the fire not down they were able to go into continue the investigation. we are told there are no injuries. investigators are trying to determine the cause and we've learned that public works will be out here doing the cleanups and fencing this area off. overnight, a crash and arrest in the south bay. c-span san jose firefighters were called out to the scene on southbound 101, north of story road. officers tell us the driver of a silver sedan rear ended a big rig. chp arrested the driver of the sedan for dui after he failed a sobriety test. the crash serves as a reminder not to drink and drive. extra patrols have been looking for drunk drivers during the maximum enforcement period which lasts through midnight on
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sunday. chp reminding people if you do drink, get a designated driver. if you see someone on the road driving erratically, lee's call 911. give us former president and communist leader fidel castro has died. his brother made the announcement on state tv last night. fidel castro was 90 years old. he had been suffering from health problems for many years. he did make a rare public appearance earlier this year. he has a long but out of the public eye. his reign over cuba was marked by the qs backed bay of pigs invasion in 1961 and the cuban missile crisis a year later. he turned over power to his brother in 2008. check out what it looked like in florida last night. this is what the streets look like when news of his death broke. hundreds of people in miami.'s little havana celebrated in the streets. some were waiting cuban flags and signs. there were many others who hit the streets this morning. thousands of cubans fled to florida to escape the island
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while fidel castro was in power.'s death follows the recent easing of relations between the usa and cuba. the search continues this morning for women who police say abducted a chester county woman 34-year-old cheryl papini was found early thanksgiving morning, 150 miles south of where she went missing. deputies say she was tied up and left on a road near interstate 5 in yolo county. she banished november 2 while out for a run near her home. her sister said the family had a joyous reunion. >> keith and johnthony walker only have one statement at this time. we are overwhelmed with joy of how supportive everyone has been to help bring us together as a family again. >> the sister did not go into any detail about what the last three weeks have been like for her sister. as for the suspects, deputies have given only a vague
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description of two hispanic women who were armed and driving a dark colored suv. the search continues for two escaped inmates in san jose. the fugitives rogelio chavez who has a tattoo over his left eye and lanon campbell are wanted or burglary, robbery, false imprisonment and weapons charges. search darks had tracked their sent north to santa clara. investigators believe they walked between the guadalupe river in the 87 freeway to escape. the trail ends for miles away near apartments and townhomes a half-mile from levi's stadium. to be say a tipster spotted the pair in the area but it's not known where they are right now. >> we are getting closer to that area which gives us more there is the investigative ability to start looking for video cameras in the area to see if someone may have picked up something. >> they escaped from the gel wednesday night, cutting through metal bars, breaking a window and using blankets to climb down 20 feet below.
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the sheriff's office said there is a need for security cameras in the old section of the jail where the escape happened. a 20,000 reward is being offered for information that leads to their arrest. a south tampa school police officer remains in critical condition after he was hit in the head by a man with a skipper. take a look at this new surveillance video that shows luis alberto ramos-coreas riding his skateboard down grand avenue. you can see he is followed by the police officer. moments later, he heads officer robby chon with the skateboard and those who know ramos- coreas say this type of behavior is normal. >> he yells at himself all the time. he's in a bad mood. he screams. he's the guy you want to get away from. >> he has a lengthy history of criminal context with this out for san francisco police department to include several incidents of violence.
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>> officer robby chon is a 12 year veteran of the san francisco police force. the married father of two remains in the hospital this morning. if you have dreams of becoming an overnight millionaire, you may want to buy a powerball ticket. claudine and i are in. the jackpot has climbed to over $400 million for tonight's drawing. it's the ninth largest drawing in powerball history. the odds of winning are not so good. 1 into hundred 93 million but it's only two dollars. the winner could opt for a lump sum payment of close to $250 million. a disturbing letter sent to a bay area islamic center telling them to pack up and leave. coming up, the other messages in that letter and the latest response from the council on american islamic relations. wisconsin accepting a petition to take another look at the votes from the presidential election. the multimillion dollar recount effort being led from a former green party candidate there is candidate, jill stein.
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speced at home trump adds to his white house step. yesterday his team announced two pics. naming donald mcgahn is white house counsel and kt mcfarland as the deputy national security advisor. mcfarlane has served as an aid to three republican presidents. >> it's up to him. where he feels comfortable bringing in the best people for the job to move our country forward. >> republicans have been feuding over to choices for secretary of state. some members are posted mitt romney who criticized trump during the campaign. while others are questioning possible business conflicts with former new york mayor, rudy giuliani.
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calls for a recount in the election are coming in with wisconsin jumping on board, accepting a petition to re- examine the votes former presidential candidate jill stein is behind the effort and as amberley reports, stein was to extend the efforts to both michigan and pennsylvania. >> we filed our petition for a recount, a hand recount of the ballots in the presidential race in the state of wisconsin.>> reporter: jill stein has asked for recounts in pennsylvania and michigan. to cover the cost, she has quickly raised more than $5 million since wednesday. >> i think people are going through the various stages of grievance and denial of acceptance of the reality of donald trump being elected president. >> reporter: u.s. professor james tilley predicts the recount results won't change the outcome for president-elect donald trump to hillary clinton. >> some minor adjustments but no earthquake of change coming
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out of this.>> reporter: stein and green party officials say the call for recounts is not an effort to help clinton but to uphold voter integrity. >> there is no smoking gun. there's not something that we are planning to say that this is wrong in wisconsin, michigan and pennsylvania. >> reporter: election experts say there's no evidence that computers counting ballots were hacked or the election results compromised. >> what we are saying is that there is enough peripheral evidence to warrant that our system should be investigated. >> reporter: stein seine hecking concerns need to be put to rest in wisconsin, pennsylvania and michigan. >> what these states have in common is that the result was extremely close. it was also unexpected and what the experts tell us is that this is exactly what you would see if a system was hacked into. >> i think jill stein hopes to
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continue to stay relevant on the national stage. again, third parties are very inclined, the major parties are not inclined. >> election officials in wisconsin say the recount will start next week. stein is hoping to raise a total of $7 million to cover the cost of the recounts. here is the electoral map as it sits after the election. trump one 290 boats. clinton 232. michigan had 16 and they have not been awarded but the boat should be certified by monday. it would take overturning the results in wisconsin and pennsylvania in addition to michigan for clinton to win the electoral college. catch and all new fox news sunday tomorrow morning at 6 am. incoming white house chief of staff reince priebus will be on the show and on the democratic side is ohio congressman tim ryan. fox news sunday ayers tomorrow morning at 6 am right before mornings on 2.
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we have a rainy weekend. a lot of folks want to get out and shop or get a christmas tree. where a jacket. it's wet out there. let's bring in rosemary to check out our forecast today, tomorrow, monday it starts to clear. >> i think we will get a pretty good break tomorrow afternoon which is good news for folks that want to get out. also good news for folks trying to get back to the bay area or on their drive out. we were anticipating some rainy weather on sunday but it looks like we will get a break i will show you that with the futurecast model. let's look at our saturday morning. that is a gorgeous shot there over the hills where we do have clouds in place. a little bit a bald. visibility is not a problem if you are getting onto the roadways. slick roads and breezy conditions those could give you some trouble if you were on to the roadways early this morning. stormtracker 2, watching the
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line of rain over most of california, all the way down into southern california. santa barbara starting to see light rain approach. here in the bay area we are beginning to see it taper off. as expected, steady rain moved through this morning. into the afternoon, scattered showers with the possibility of a thunderstorm. into the south bay we're watching steady rain. it has lightened up over the santa cruz mountain area. boulder creek still has steady rain. a kohler reporting rain as well. and the south rain there is south bay it's been steady. the stretches up along the east bay shoreline but we are beginning to see brakes. -- at any event we are seeing this continue to move towards the east. early on, antioch and brentwood were dry. livermore had on and off rain but now they are covered pretty good. to the west where we are using the back edge of the system. the peninsula and the coast and the north bay are beginning to see bigger brakes.
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let's go to the sierra where it is still dry but it's on its way. we do have an advisory that was started 10:00 and last until 10:00 tomorrow morning. snow levels down to around 4000 feet. the higher elevations could get a foot of snow. into the afternoon, steady rain moves out and scattered showers continue into lunch and dinner and late evening hours. also overnight. tomorrow morning, we wake up with scattered showers. there is the break by the afternoon. we are looking at dry conditions for most of the day. sunday night into sunday morning, one last round. here's what we can expect for accumulations. a quarter inch to a half-inch, maybe an inch for letter spots. an inch and a half for coastal hills. with temperatures this morning are not as cool. upper 40s and low 50s. 53 in san francisco. san francisco will only get up
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to 57. what it feels out like now, not much change when it comes to the temperatures. we will have cloudy conditions. in isolated thunderstorms is a possibility into the afternoon. tomorrow morning, a few showers, a break and more rain sunday night into monday morning. >> tuesday and wednesday look pretty good. thanks. up next, a coat drive to keep people warm during these chilly days and nights. how you can pitch in to help those in need.
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now that black friday is overcome some storeowners are getting ready for small business saturday. the idea is to support your local businesses in your community to boost the economy. several businesses are participating by offering deals. some are hosting events. we have a etsy event in san francisco all weekend long. to find out more we have posted a link on a website, ktvu.com.
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this year more people decided to stay at home and shop online. that was not the case there is these are the outlets in livermore. that line is wrapping around the corner. they are going to the coach outlet. there were lots of stores offering deep discounts. this is san francisco's union square park the usual friendly there. stores like macy's were open thanksgiving day. they were kicking off big sales early. the u.s. postal service is hiring temporary workers for the holidays at three of their bay area distribution centers. they are looking for male here is, clerk assistance and processing clark's from now through january 6. positions are available in san jose, oakland and richmond. if you would like more information on how to apply, go to our website, ktvu.com. three over-the-counter medications for children are being recalled. products contain a plant called
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belladonna which can cause sickness or death for children in large doses. the products have the cbs label called cbs homeopathic in fits teething tablets, homeopathic kids a relief liquid and homeopathic ear relief oral liquid for kids. there have not been any reports of deaths or anyone getting sick but the fda found greater amounts of that dangerous plant in the products than what was printed on the labels. if you are looking to purchase a home you may want to move fast. mortgage rates are starting to rise. jerry willis explains whether rates are showing no signs of dropping back down. wn. >> we are having problems with that story so we will get back to it later. coming up, stay with us. we will talk more about small business saturday. >> we will let you know how to save money on personal gifts
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for every member of your family. stay right there. mornings on 2 continues.
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>> our staff is digging deep for that song. >> i don't think the rain will come back another day. it may give us a break tomorrow. we are looking over the san
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francisco bay. it is very gray and wet on those roads. be careful. no major problems to report so that's good news. >> if you think about it, as a whole when we consider the holiday week, and weekend, we got away with pretty good weather. the travel day on wednesday was good. thursday was dry. friday was still good. today we will be wet but for the folks traveling back home on sunday, we will get a break in the afternoon. we are planning this really well. unless you're out to get your tree today. giving you a view of union square. i love this area. i will be there sometime soon because the tree and the ice rink and that macy's has my name there is my name on it. we have clouds overhead and
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rain falling. it is beginning to taper a. here's a look at stormtracker 2. three or time-lapse shows you just that. is started out this morning widespread and it is pushing towards the east. eventually it will get into the sierra and snow will begin to fall. right now this year is dry. if you're thinking about going, now is your chance. that storm will bring an advisory for i-580 and highway 50 quarter. here is look at what's going on at home. the santa cruz mountains continue with rain at this point. again, beginning to see brakes over san jose where it was steady and the last hour. now we see some breaks. shifting east and lightning along the east bay shoreline. study but light into antioch and brentwood. as we go west, we can see the back edge of this. we are beginning to see brakes over the north bay and san francisco among the peninsula and the coastline. it's not going to go away
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completely. we will be left with scattered showers today. on and off light showers and the possibility of an isolated thunderstorm. lightning, hail and thunder are not out of the question for the afternoon. it is dry in the sierras at the moment. there is an advisory that starts at 10:00 and will go till tomorrow morning at 10:00. snow levels will drop down to 4000 feet by tomorrow morning which means here at home we may see at mount hamilton or mount diablo with a dusting. we will continue to track that. for today, temperatures will be cool. a chance for scattered showers will remain. i will look at your futurecast model and the extended forecast coming up. let's look at some of the stories trending. shoppers are posting pictures of things they are finding at small business saturday. just ahead, if you are at pier 7, there is >> this is florence henderson. she passed away on sunday. she was 82 and died of heart failure. let's move forward to some shots of the weather.
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people are talking about this wet weather this morning. there we go. a rainy saturday morning. social media is picking up as the rain picks up. it could make for some slick roads while traveling. turn on those headlights and your wipers. more rain here has meant more snow in the sierra which means more ski resorts are opening for the season. sierra-at-tahoe is set to open today. sugar bowl and kirkwood opened this past week. the fresh snow this weekend could help resorts expand the number of runs that are open to the public. >> when storms track across sacramento, san francisco and they are bringing that east to west pattern. that's when it gets people excited. >> rosemary said if you are headed to the seer this weekend, sunday could be your best bet for a break in some of that snowfall. and continuing coverage now we want to move on to this fire in oakland.
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this started around four hours ago at the mosswood park performing arts and recreation center. >> let's check in with leigh martinez, live outside the rec center with the latest. >> reporter: this is more than just a rec center. we are finding out it was a school. a teacher just showed up and she was absolutely devastated to see this. she got the news through text message. a friend sent her condolences. she did not know what she was talking about. she came out here and said she's in shock this has happened. she explains this portion right here was the kitchen and if you come more to the left, these were two classrooms. from kindergarten through fifth grade and then a hallway and towards the back there was an inclusion room for high school students and the computer lab. somewhere towards the back is where the battalion chief said that's where the fire started. firefighters found this center fully engulfed in flames at 530
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this morning. six engines and four trucks fought the fire from above and with multiple headlines. they prevented the fire from spreading to the victorian house now owned by the city. city workers came out to survey the damage. the center is gutted. the roof is gone and you can see through one end to the other. it was a devastating site for a father who saw his kids attend preschool here. >> my kids all went to preschool here. my oldest one, who is 26 now, when he was 3 he was the first one we had to let go of. those were the wind is we looked through there is >> >> reporter: back out here lie. firefighters are still on the scene battling some hots there is hotspots. the fire is still under investigation.
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they do not have a cause yet. we are told that public works will handle the cleanup. they will be fencing off this area. no word as to what will happen to those students, where they will attend classes yet. >> a lot to figure out. thanks for the report. san jose police are investigating a health filled letter sent to a south bay islamic center. lycie the letter was sent to the evergreen islamic center on ruby avenue. the council on american-islamic relations also known as cair said the letter called muslims vile and dirty and also said muslims should pack their bag and that president-elect trump will cleanse america. cair said they are asking for stepped up to security at local mosques because of an increase and anti-muslim incidents across the country wallowing the election. the bay area chapter released a statement in parts and, our states will political and religious leaders need to speak out against the mainstreaming of islamaphobia that we are witnessing here in california and nationwide. oakland police are investigating a shooting from
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yesterday near san pablo avenue. when police arrived they found a man inside the car who had been shot. he was pronounced dead. right now it's not clear what led to the shooting and police have not made any arrests or identified any suspects. san francisco police are searching for a gunman who shot three people on a street corner in the western division neighborhood. one was killed. that shooting happened just before 11:00 yesterday morning. another victim suffered life- threatening injuries and a third is expected to survive. police only have a vague description of the gunmen who they say is between the ages of 40 and 50. sources tell ktvu the shooting does appear at this point to be gang related. a vallejo family continues to search for a girl who was of duck did on her way to school. pearl pinson has not been seen or heard from in six months. here is more on the search for answers as to where this missing teenager may have gone.
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>> reporter: every month on the 25th, family and friends a pearl pinson come to this overpass on interstate 780. >> i love you pearl! >> reporter: that morning and may, as pearl walked to catch her bus, she was attacked and dragged across the walkway. a witness heard and try to help, found a gun pointed at him, ran but heard shots. pearl's blood was found on the ramp. >> it was right here. we cleaned it up because the children use this overpass all the time. >> reporter: her big sister often visits the spot. >> this is the last place my sister was at. she was fighting for her life when he took her for no reason. >> reporter: he was fernando castro. from the same neighborhood but a stranger to pearl and her family. the next day he was spotted 300 miles away and killed in a police shootout. he is known to have traveled as far north as sonoma county and
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as far south as santa barbara county. searches have not turned up any trace of pearl. >> our hope is that we will find her alive. >> reporter: delete detect has promised the family he will do everything he can to find pearl and bring her home. >> at this point she could be anywhere. >> reporter: tips come in but have not panned out. >> we have one where they believe they see her at a location and we will go to the location, like it bus stop, i get the video and it's obviously not her. but we want people to call him. >> it's been half a year now. it's not the same without her here. >> reporter: pearls best friends miss her laughter, and her personality. >> we are loud and crazy but pearl was the one cracking the jokes no matter what the situation was. >> it's hard because i have my last two periods with her. i would turn around and try to tell her something and she would not be there. >> reporter: pearls to draw and skateboard. they bow to keep their hopes up
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and light her way back. >> it feels like nobody cares anymore but knowing my family and her friends and our timidity, we are not giving up. they will not give up on her at all. >> pearl pinson will turn 16 on december 15. just a little bit of your time and a small purchase can help someone in need this winter. how the one warm coat drive is making that possible. >> get ready to wow your guests with some sweet treats. and you know what? economy treats too. we will tell you about that when we come back. (my hero zero by lemonheads)
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good morning. a live look at san francisco where the rain is tapering off as we speak. the latest storm is moving across the bay area and bringing a sierra snow later today. i will look at what you can expect for your bay area weekend coming up. now that you have tackled turkey day it's time to get your suite on for christmas. just 30 days away. and we have a treat for you. she is a shark tank alum and the food network's cupcake wars winner. let's say hello to heather who has what's hot in holiday treats. you are a certified shoulder deke. you love sugar. >> i do. i eat sugar every day. >> you started in rochester, new york with a bakery. and you have perfected frosting. >> i have. i think that i have perfected frosting. i know frosting like nothing else. >> your product is frosting.
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we can't buy it in the bay area. >> not yet. it's available online. we are in retails everywhere else in the country. i just moved here. we are working on getting out here. >> how do you make the perfect frosting? >> this is not only the perfect frosting but it's gluten-free, vegan and all-natural. we are using sustainable palm oil. the key to making perfect frosting, don't make it too sweet. it should not taste like solid sugar. it should not hurt your teeth. it should have flavor and taste good. >> what you did is you did some grocery shopping at a local bakery and you are taking your frosting there is >> i just went to the grocery store and i bought common baked goods. i'm turning them into gourmet treats. >> let's start with that. these are salted caramel apple crunchy muffins.
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>> they are cupcakes now. they were muffins and now they are cupcakes. >> now that you have crowned it with frosting. >> and you also need to fill it. you need to add a filling. all you do is cut a hole in the center. fill it with the frosting. you can put in graham crackers, all kinds of stuff. >> i did not know that. >> put the top back on and then add more frosting. >> how easy is that? it's the holidays. you're getting your meals together. you don't want to do a lot of baking because it takes forever. you by this and make them look perfect. >> look good and tastes good. can i put you to work a little bit? you are taking regular cookies. you can get these off the shelf or in the bakery aisle just add frosting. spread this on one half.
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then you will sandwich it. you may want to add enough frosting that when you sandwich it, the frosting comes out the sides. that way there is you are doing a great job. -- you will sandwich it. if you squeeze it together so it comes out -- now just roll it in the crust peppermints. >> you don't want too much. >> you can never have too much candy cane. that's very easy. >> i'm pretty good at this. that is delicious. and the frosting is guilt free, for the most part. it's definitely healthier. >> it has less sugar. half as much sugar as other frostings. now we have a typical glazed donuts that you've turned into christmas wreaths. >> exactly. this is very easy. take any frosting, i did peanut
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butter here. spread it on the top of the donut. just spread this on the top and all you do is take coconut, add some food coloring. you can use natural food coming. mix it up and you have green coconuts. you can take the doughnut and turned it upside down in a container. there you go. it sticks. then you can decorate it. those will stick better if you add frosting to one side and stick them on. >> and they will think you worked on this for ever and today. >> and is good for kids and families. >> for those people who said we've had too many sweets with thanksgiving, you say to them for christmas -- >> have a few more. >> very good. so nice to meet you. welcome to california. we posted these recipes on our
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website. you can get those and all things swede from heather by going to ktvu.com and click on mornings on 2 web links. that sounds good. last night i was at the point where i thought i could not have another sweet. now i'm thinking i can. i'm going to have one more when i'm done showing you the weather. a cloudy sky. rainy conditions. breezy conditions at times. it doesn't look too bad. we expect gust to be strong in the hills. 25 or 30. for most of us, 10-15. it's cloudy and damp. this is a view from san francisco toward the east. we have been watching the rain fall all morning long, marching across the bay area. for the afternoon we will have on and off scattered showers activity. here's what's happening. most of california is seeing
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rain from northern california down into santa barbara and heading toward ventura county. at home, i have stopped the radar so we can see there is at 7:00 this morning the rain was widespread. now it is pushed to the east and we are beginning to see some brakes on the north bay and along the peninsula. and even into the east bay. let's start in the south. a little bit of rain in the santa cruz area and over the south bay. if we go to the east we have drier weather along the east bay shoreline at this point. we continue to see light rain along highway 24. walnut creek and stretching down through 680 and san ramon. along 580, livermore, the rain is falling for you as well. along highway 4 all the way through brentwood, light rain continues their if we shift east we have vallejo and american canyon into the north bay we have some rain falling. if you scattered showers over novato and petaluma. there is the peninsula and the
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coast. mainly dry at this time. for today we're looking at anywhere from a half inch to an inch of rain for most areas. the hills will pick up more. for beaches, rip currents and sneaker waves. i don't anticipate many people at the beach but just in case you go, be prepared. it's a little rough. winter weather advisory for the sierra starts in about a half hour, about 10 minutes. it will last until tomorrow morning. here is the futurecast. by noon, scattered showers. this afternoon, scattered showers. tonight, scattered showers. tomorrow morning, scattered showers. if you looking for a break in the rain, here it is. tomorrow afternoon we will see a break. one more round saturday night in tucson there is monday morning. upper 40s to low 50s right now and for the afternoon, mid-50s to upper 50s. temperatures will not change much. cloudy skies, on and off showers and isolated
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thunderstorm. sunday when a, scattered showers, breakaway to dry weather on sunday afternoon. great for folks on the road once again. >> i bet the ski resorts are sending thank you notes to the weather people. >> it worked out perfectly. some of those resorts saw a foot of fresh snow going into thanksgiving. thanksgiving was dry. now more snow and tomorrow will be good. when it is cold outside most of us go to our closet to get our coats. unfortunately, there are people who do not own a coat to keep them warm. our annual one warm coat drive is designed to help those people in need.>> reporter: we are at santana row for our annual one warm coat drive. it's been a holiday tradition at ktvu. >> or tomorrow these codes will be distributed to sites as far west as richmond and as far east as brentwood.
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>> reporter: for the last 14 years we have spread out across the bay area, collecting an estimated 75,000 coats for bay area families. >> how much of a difference do you think these coats can make? >> a lot. because it helps the homeless and people who don't have enough money to buy coats. >> reporter: it's an effort to help keep families warm this winter and with help from big o tires and participating ups stores, it seems a donation been is never far away. the effort is nationwide. >> the first year we collected 60,000 coats. that was good. we decided to keep the program going on. we've been doing it since then.>> reporter: and the coats that go into local bins stay local. >> we do it for about a month, maybe 37 days and we collect about 100 coats. the coats go to the community church. >> you know where the coats go? >> yes. i called them and they come to
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get them. >> you can donate new or slightly used coats. bay street at emeryville. want to creek on ice. jack london square and santana row. you can get more information on our channel 2 website at ktvu.com. sports are coming up next. the warriors take care of business. one of the stars came up lame on this play. what happened to draymond green.
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a busy day in college football. cal hosting ucla at 4:00 stanford will kick off at 5:00. they have reisin town. and san jose state is saying hello to fresno state at 12:30 pm. all schools are teeing up at home. warriors hosting the timberwolves tonight. first off last night. how about a long-range there is that's good. kevin durant had 29. how about this for an assist there is there's the dunk. not everything went in for steff curry. here on the breaker, and easy dunk that did not work. that's okay. draymond green turned his ankle in the game. it should be okay as the warriors blast ellie, 109-89. sharks hosting the docs
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tonight. the islanders at the tank last night. new york gets the equalizer on a power-play. you think this will go to overtime but san jose gets the game-winner on a deflector goal 22 seconds to go. marlow teaming up with burns with an islander defense and who deflects it in. san jose 3-new york 2. if you want to see some for all trickery, here it is. >> this is fun to watch. tulsa and cincinnati. 30+ yards shy of the golan. bearcat surprise everyone. the line hits the deck and the ball goes to the wide receiver and then back to the curator back. he is all. >> the o-line to the push-up. they get back up and that creates a wall. they take it home. one more time -- a quick toss back to the quarterback. the o-line men are up and they run. he's going home.
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too one too 140-37. cincinnati got the highlight. >> you think that would be against the will but i guess there's not there is >> i think the the d-line are so used to being blocked. for everyone to go down like that the like, what? it caught them off guard. let's take a look at how our day is shaping up. >> rain this morning. scattered showers for the rest of today. even when you see a break, we begin to dry out. more is on the way. sunday morning we start out with scattered showers. then we get another break. sunday afternoon looks dry but one more round sunday night into monday morning before dry and cold weather returns. >> i think it people are in tahoe will watching and what to come back, come back in the morning. >> i would stay another day and play hooky. >> if you can't afford the extra day off, sunday afternoon
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is pretty good. roadways should be in good shape. thanks for joining us this morning. tune in for the latest news right here on ktvu. or look to our website at ktvu.com. >> in the meantime, enjoy your weekend. hopefully do some shopping or decorate the tree. we will see you bright and early tomorrow morning. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. imagine a world where the holidays are about joy again. where days are filled with magic instead of madness.
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- [narrator] on this episode of xploration outer space. - the shuttle is an amazing vehicle because it was so versatile. - there was a lot of pressure to get the flight right up. - [narrator] and with pressure, came disaster. - it goes from grief to anger, pretty fast. - [narrator] but the space shuttle program accomplished a lot over three decades. - i wondered what the end of the shuttle program would mean to the country. - [narrator] join us as we look at the legacy of the space shuttle program. (intense mysterious music) (calm guitar music) - we're here at kennedy space center, the primary launch site for the space shuttle program. now, this chapter of space exploration spanned 30 years, and along the way, advanced our understanding of outer space.

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