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shooting inside a restaurant. now police are hunting for the suspect. mornings on 2 starts now. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for joining us. it's it friday, january 6th. i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. we are watching the weather. it's cold. a freeze warning is in effect for parts of noter, south and east bays. happening now you definitely need to grab a coat before you head out because it's so cold. temperatures dipped below the 32-degree, freezing mark in walnut creek. ice and frost covered grass, cars and the roofs of some homes. a powerful rain storm expected this weekend and a lot of people are getting ready for it. yesterday homeowners loaded up on sandbags to protect homes and properties. one man said he will use them to build up the banks of a creek on his land.
>> we have a kind of a creek that comes out of a canyon near the house and the water comes rushing down when we get a lot of rain. it'll build up the banks a bit. trying to divert the water around the yard. >> they have been through it before. they know what to do. they are doing it because we are expecting a lot of rain. steve is back. i know you predicted it would be pretty wet. >> it all depends on where it sets up. that will be the key. everybody will get rain but some may get a lot of rain. may set up north. santa cruz mountains, still to be determined. heaviest on sunday. its clear and cold but that won't last long. let's get to the graphics. you can see right there but temperatures have dropped rapidly and take your pick. 20s for some, 30s for others. even 39, in san francisco. and it's could for many with
20s napa. windsor, kelseyville at a brisk22 degrees. our system is on its way. again there is a lot that has to develop before it has to come together. between now and the middle of next week there will be rainfall probably in feet. today we get the break and then we will have increasing clouds later on today. a cold morning, sun, then clouds, 40s and 50s. is it sal? yes. >> there he is. i haven't seen you in a month. >> the team isn't back together. how are you? >> can't kick to high. >> we don't want you kicking anything. you may pull something. >> exactly. >> good morning. let's look at the drive now. tracy. we do have traffic that is a little slow already on the pass. we had a crash near north flinn which is on the shoulder. the traffic is going to be busy though it's not to unusual. it's a little bit.
it's a little early to have that back up. this is a look at interstate 880 north and southbound. the traffic is of moving along well. if you are driving to the toll plaza it's good. just want to say that there are spots of black ice out there. car -- we saw the pictures we show at the top of the show. ice everywhere and that means any damp spots you may see some black ice. slow it down. if you hit a patch of black ice don't brake suddenly. just slow the car down and keep it in control. let's go back to the desk. you can track the approaching storm with our free ktvu weather app. you will find live radar. watches, warnings and more. make sure you have that ready. news from overnight san francisco's 911 system was briefly out of service. it was working again by one. several viewers contacted us saying that the radio operations went down about midnight for both the san francisco police and fire departments. at this point we do not know
what caused the or how big it was but police say that they were fixed by one this morning. developing news in san jose where two men were shot and killed inside a restaurant last night. another wounded man is in the hospital this morning. this happened about 7:45 on story it road near hopkins drive. witnesses say the three were eating at the time when a gunman came in and started shooting. two victims were pronounced dead there at the scene. the third victim was rushed to the hospital in stable condition. police have not told us the names of the victims but we talked to one man who thinks one of the people killed was his nephew. >> they said there are two bodies inside of the restaurant. they killed two guys. >> reporter: how do you feel right now sir? >> i don't know what to say. i'm in shock. >> the police homicide unit has taken over the investigation.
we still don't know if the victims were targeted or if the shooting was gang related. these are the first two homicides of the year in san jose. also new this morning we are hearing that san francisco mayor ed lee plans to appoint hiv aids activist jeff shee to the board. he would be the first hiv positive person to serve as a supervisor. he is the director of communications for the c san francisco aids research institute and in the past served as an hiv advisor to former mayor. he would fill the seat previously held by scott weiner who was elected to the state senate in november. he will be he here in the studio with us on mornings on 2 coming up at 7:45. the oakland mayor has named a new chief of staff. her deputy chief of staff will take over the top job. she was raised in oakland, still lives in the city. she said that -- she joined her
the texans blew a 4th quarter lead and the raiders won 27-20. the warriors play at home tonight. curry and durant just found out they were the top all-star vote getters in the western conference. the first fan ballot returns were released yesterday. durant leads all western players with more than 540,000 votes. curry is right behind him. coming in 5th a surprise. he has more than 439,000 votes. the cavaliers, james, are the top two vote getters overall. the nba game is next month in new orleans. it was a wild third period come back at the sap center. the sharks took a 4-2 lead in the third when marlow scored his 49th career goal. then the wild scored three straight in five minutes.
they won by a final of 5-4. it's the third straight loss for the sharks. they lot of the red wings tomorrow night. now to the north bay where police are looking for the owner of a safe found opened and thrown in a field. police also want to know what was inside the safe. >> reporter: this 60 pound safe was found opened and empty near these bushes off a deadened street. someone used a power saw to cut into it. what was inside is anyone's guess. >> okay. >> reporter: mike murray works nearby. >> could be gold hopefully would be something gold, maybe something more of an an antique. i don't know. millions of dollars. >> reporter: boring documents. it has a key pad. whoever broke in probably didn't have the code.
>> safe to say. >> safe to say. yeah. no pun intended. >> reporter: a public works employee found it wednesday but told police it'll been for at least a week. found where someone left a safe behind this is next to a pond and across are from the pond is a casino. i checked in with the casino. staff there didn't recognize it. >> i don't think so. >> reporter: the officer has been getting calls across the bay area from people thinking the safe may be theirs. so far nothing. even after running the serial number. >> it's a common safe. you can get it at cosco. >> reporter: i asked if maybe there this been diamonds or something really valuable inside. >> that's movie stuff. gold and stacked with money. usually when he have stuff like this it's usually like documents and things like that. >> reporter: oceans 11? >> you want me to lie? sorry. >> reporter: this safe belongs to you or you know what was in
it call the police. henry lee. we have new information about a small child hit by a bullet as she sat in her car seat in oakland. >> she is stable. we just asking for prayer. >> coming up in the next half hour what her sister did after the shooting while their mother raised to the hospital. >> first supporters of planned parenthood are organizing a big rally in sacramento later this month. the new effort by republicans in washington that has them taking action. >> good morning. we are looking at a drive that is off to a good start. it's cold out there and our reports of black ice. we will tell you more about that. >> we will go from one extreme to the other. that one is really cold this morning to rain by this time tomorrow if not tonight. we will have more on what looks to be your heavy rain weekend forecast.
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the trump campaign promise that he would force mexico to pay for the wall. though his wyatt said mexico would pay back the cost of the wall later it's not clear how that would happen. in the nation's capitol there is a new east underway to eliminate federal funding for planned parenthood. >> house speaker paul ryan said that republicans plan to defund the agency as part of their efforts to repeal affordable health care but planned parenthood supporters say as many as 400,000 women could loose critical health care coverage. >> reporter: for years republicans have tried to defund planned parenthood. now weeks control of congress and the white house house speaker paul ryan told reporter that the legislation would be in our bill to repeal the president's health care act. >> we aren't going back. we are not going back. we will stand our ground. we will fight that decision by the speaker to defund planned
parenthood and you know what? the men people are with us. >> reporter: it operates 650 clinics nationwide and stands to loose about $400 million a year. most of the clients low income and covered under medicaid reimbursements which would be gutted under the republican proposal. >> only makes up 3% of what we do. >> reporter: planned parenthood officials say under a 1971 law the clinics cannot use the federal funds for abortion. instead they say that any republican defunding would impact nonabortion services provided including birth control and screenings for hiv, std and other health issues. critical to low income, young or those without insurance. >> so many women depend on planned parenthood for things they may not be able to share. >> as a graduate student and struggling artist it really comes in -- it's beneficial to women like me who don't have
hack is sessions to private health care. >> it's about 2.5 million nationally and here in northern california about 15 5,000. where do they go? who sevens them? >> reporter: ktvu fox 2news. >> democrats are pointing out that a 2015 poll showed 59% of americans had a good view of planned parenthood. that includes 35% of republicans. supporters of planned parenthood plan to take action january 17th. they called for a pink out day rally in sacramento. they also say that two bills will be introduced in the legislature opposing the republicans defunding measure. new this morning russia said its beginning to reduce the number of troops it has in syria. russian military officials say they are withdrawing an air craft carrier and some other war ships the waters off syria as the first step in drawing
down forces. russia has been a clear supporter of the government and it's involvement in its -- credited with turning the war in favor of syria. the cease fire between russia and turkey is mostly holding. if it continues peace negotiations are scheduled to take place later this month. sal you are busy. there is a fire somewhere. what is going on? >> yeah. it's breaking news in oakland. there is a fire at an apartment complex. harrison, this is -- this is harrison street. just east of 580. i put it there. several apartment complexes in the area. it's -- reported to be in the apartment that's a three alarm fire. they just called for the third alarm and reportedly rescue in progress now. we -- if we can go to the roof camera we can see the flames kind of at a distance here. let's go to that roof camera now if we can. i know give the control room a
bit of time. we will put it in here. we can see a bit of it. this is actually a look at 880 in oakland. if you -- if we can -- see if i can -- there we go. it's kind of hard to see. you can see a little bit of it there in the middle. that smoke rising and there you can kind of see the flames dave and pam coming up. again a third alarm fire in the grand lake area of oakland. it's -- near harrison. it's on harrison street near 580. we have a crew on the way. we know that rescues in progress. they have just issued a third alarm and you can kind of see the flames coming up here in this picture. we will have better information for you next time around. all right. let's go to some of the other drives we are working on. let's go to some -- some live pictures. traffic is going to be busy on interstate 880 north and southbound as you drive past. it's not stop and go. also we are looking at a drive at the bay bridge toll plaza
that's right. westbound up to the bay brimming toll plaza. its right there. are reports of black ice. especially on highway 24. in many areas so be careful out there. it's cold out there. it is. no doubt about it. let's get right to it. you can see the numbers. we have 20s and 30s. tomorrow it'll rain. when he go from one extreme to the other. 28 santa rose a.29 brentwood. colder readings around livermore. 31 there. 29 brentwood. east bay 29. lafayette. danville at 25. we are focusing on what is pending for the weekend. that will be looks like some heavy duty rain. zero up -- 33 down in monterey. again we will have some sun in
the morning and it'll stay not long because clouds will start to roll in. systems dropping down. it'll tap into this moisture and funnel it in. as it does the rainfall will start to stack up. by tomorrow morning will start to rain. not to heavy. saturday just looks like a general rain day. it's sunday when everything starts to get funneled in and the wind wick picks up. you can see by sunday morning in to sunday night some areas approaching five areas of rain. this isn't -- you don't see anything in marin. in the russian river and the santa cruz mountains. you can double some of theset. will go into monday. may get a bit of a break late monday and then another is system on tuesday. if these all verify are you seeing six to eight inches of rain for many locations. it's on its way. it has -- all the way down into the tropical pacific. there is moisture there. rain developed saturday and then heavy rain on sunday. i would -- if you haven't prepared by now you may want
to. also up in the sierra. flash flood watch. lue have to watch out because the snow level will go way up after it's gone way down. lake tahoe. it'll be a combination of probably snow to start but then that snow level will go up. i think it'll go above 5500 feet by the time we get to sunday as the warm air starts to surgical in. on area that get the snow it may turn to rain later. 40s, 50s on the temperatures today. that will do it. rain moves in tomorrow. heavy rain and wind on sunday. probably lingering in to monas well. that's as far as i will go. >> yeah. >> to hard to tell looking out. if could go to tuesday. >> okay. >> all right. welcome back. >> looks like snow all week back. >> this is a warm systemt. will go above 7,000. >> okay. all right. >> on sunday, monday. that's above lake level. >> i know now. i have is it done. thank you. a critical vote for a major project in san francisco. still ahead the reason some
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apologized. it read trump wants an [bleep] navy. here is how much it'll cost. some twitter users say more than 20 minutes passed before it disappeared from the account of yahoo finance on their twitter account. an hour after that they issued an apology by way of twitter writing we deleted an earlier wyatt due to a spelling error. we apologize for the mistake. verizon on the fence about its offer to buy yahoo because of those two massive data breaches. they offered almost five billion but they have been studying the hack attacks and haven't made a decision on whether to change the terms of the deal. a spokesperson at yahoo said they are still confident in the company's value. a big increase in online shopping for the holiday. adobe tracks digital sales and reports consumers spent 91.7 billion online in november and
december. that's an 11% increase from 2015. shares of san francisco's gap also soared in after hour trading yesterday on a big jump in holiday sales. gap has really struggled lately but same store sales were up 4% in december. that's verses a 5% drop last year. old navy under the gap umbrella. soaring 12% last month. it was down 7% this time last year. new information about a story we brought you on thursday. macy's said it's selling its store now at the mall in san francisco to the company that operates the mall as part of a restructuring. they are selling the 280,000 square foot building to general gross properties for $41 million. they also finalized the sale of its men's store to morgan stanley for $250 million. many shoppers hope the stores though will stay in the building. >> having to replace that with
a journey by muni downtown ordeal on the freeway is definitely not great. >> they plan to lease back both of the store its for the time being. it did announce it's closing 100 stores across the country and laying off about 10,000 employees. a lot of new snow expected to arrive in the sierra this weekend. coming up what the conditions look like right now. if you plan to head to lake tahoe. >> first, free rides being offered by a bay area transit agency. the reason and how long smart train passengers can ride them at no charge. >> good morning. we have breaking news. a fire in oakland. this is just northeast of interstate 580. in an apartment complex. it's a three alarm fire and it's still burning and it's an active operation. we have a crew arriving on the screen. we will tell you more about it straight ahead.
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. we breaking news now in oakland. a three alarm fire at a four story apartment complex. this is -- these are live pictures women are in the 3800 block of harrison near the piedmont area. evacuations and rescues underway as i'm speaking to you now. we have a crew heading over he there right now to get us on the ground. we will bring you any new developments as we get them in to the newsroom. stay right here for it. good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's friday january 6th. i'm dave clark. >> we will keep following the breaking news for you. first we do want to get a -- a li