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well, good morning to you. welcome to "mornings on 2". it's saturday, october 21. i'm claudine wong. >> i'm alex savidge in today for frank mallicoat. we are going to check your weather on this weekend here in just a moment but first we'll talk about big stories making news this morning. in a few hours, more fire victims are going to be allowed to return to their neighborhoods in santa rosa. we'll have more on that return home and what's happening in the next hour to help the community. >> plus -- >> and -- >> it's been a very long two weeks in the north bay and that's why one santa rosa mom thought it was time to come together. >> and yeah, coming up here we are going to talk about this vigil that was held last night in santa rosa organized by the community. we'll tell you how it helped residents during this difficult time. >> keep your eyes over
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warriors star klay thompson over the next few days. he has a hot hand usually. it's not just about the win. we'll tell you why every point he makes will have meaning for the victims of the north bay fires. more on that coming up. but first let's go to rosemary orozco for our weather forecast. it's cool! >> yes. >> yeah. definitely cold in the 30s in some of our inland valley locations. so perhaps a little taste of winter? but it's not really going to last. into the afternoon temperatures will warm over yesterday. isn't that i glorious start over mount diablo? winds are light. once in a while we pick up the little bush, that tree on the side right there kind of playing around but no, it's completely still and here's another view for you as we say good morning to saturday. 40 degrees right now in santa rosa. san francisco checking in at 52. oh, livermore and san jose all in the 40s this morning. we have santa rosa in certain pockets in the north bay into
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the upper 30s. right now, temperatures are down from yesterday. down by 10 degrees in fairfield, down by 7 in oakland, and over portions of the north bay a little cooler over areas by santa rosa. temperatures begin to warm today a little warmer for the back end of your weekend. it's not going to stop there. in fact, as we get into the extended forecast, inland communities nearing 90 degrees at some point. i'll show that you in extended forecast. let's talk about today. low 60s at the coast. we'll go 64 in san francisco. mid- to upper 60s around the bay. and low 70s expected inland. areas like antioch, 71. 71 santa rosa. 71 san jose. in the extended forecast, as the warmup continues, i'll have a look at what you can expect for your sunday and when those hottest numbers are expected to arrive coming up. we begin this morning with steady progress on the fire lines up in wine country. 13 days after this disaster began to unfold, cal fire says the rain we saw couple of days ago and the cooler weather may
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have helped fire crews move closer to full containment. here are the latest figures from cal fire. the tubbs fire is now 93% contained. the pocket fire is 82% contained. and the nuns fire is at 85% containment. the atlas fire in napa county now stands at 89% contained. those four fires alone have now burned more than 245 square miles. more fire victims living in santa rosa's hardest hit neighborhoods are returning home today. yesterday the city reopened coffey park along with the orchard park and journey's end mobile home parks. the fountain grove neighborhood reopens today and while there is so much devastation, people are finding personal belongings in the rubble that are impossible to replace. >> we found our ring in our ashes in our house. >> you found the ring? >> yeah. >> where did you find it? >> we just knew exactly where it was and we dug for it. that's awesome. well, people living in the devastated fountain grove
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neighborhood will be allowed to return to their homes starting at 10 a.m. meantime, business leaders in napa and sonoma counties are urging tourists from both near and far to visit wine country this weekend. napa and sonoma counties and the entire north bay for that matter have taken a big economic hit since this firestorm erupted nearly two weeks ago. the owners of wineries, restaurants and resorts are hosting all sorts of special events this weekend to try to get more visitors to return to this popular tourist destination. those events began with the big block party in downtown napa last night. >> it's been a rough week, but we're back and we want to let people know that, you know, we're here and we're welcoming everybody to come visit napa. >> we wanted to make sure that people know that we're open, for one, that, you know, 98% of the wineries are going to be reopened by tomorrow. and that the downtown market is -- the restaurants that you come to napa for are here and anxious to have you back. >> a lot of businesses in wine country have faced a drastic
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drop in out of state tourists during the past two weeks. so local business owners are making an appeal to people in other parts of the bay area to come visit that area this weekend. and last night in downtown santa rosa, hundreds of people gathered to show their support for the fire victims. according to debora vallalon, the crowd was in a remarkably festive mood despite the devastating events of the past two weeks. >> you are here tonight and you are not going anywhere and we're staying strong! >> reporter: a few hundred people gathered in downtown santa rosa to collectively exhale. >> i felt like we needed to all get together and have a big group hug. >> reporter: organized by a self-described stay-at-home mothers. >> i'm not a professional organizer. i just created an event on facebook and i ran with it. all these people came to help me. >> reporter: sunday will be two weeks since the tubbs fire blew in from the east and torched neighborhoods never thought to be in danger from wildfires. >> you won't find anybody here that doesn't know somebody that has their house burned
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down or lost somebody. >> reporter: this family evacuated, their home survived, they're here like so many others to show support. >> a lot of healing and just got to work as a community to -- to hopefully build back what was there and stay together. >> we'll make it, we are, right? >> we're strong. >> reporter: she says she noticed people connecting differently. >> normally everybody is sitting in line on their phones and, like, not really paying attention though is around them but everybody was just talking and it's been so beautiful to see all our communities join together. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: songs of survival, some dancing, it was a night to burn off steam after so much stress and sadness. >> just showing that we're strong and resilient and even something like this isn't going to get us down. >> reporter: while a few miles away in coffey park, curtis martin searched his ashes in fading daylight. >> it was beautiful at one time. my wife and i bought it in 1993. >> reporter: he hadn't heard about the gathering, deep in
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his property and his thoughts all day. >> i have no more tears. i'm dried up. >> reporter: he knows survival matters most. >> this is what's left of a lionel train set from the '40s and 50s. >> reporter: but in a family home, many things aren't replaceable. >> my wife got me a long time ago king of the remote. >> reporter: and coffee mugs are all martin has been able to save. >> clean them up and -- not that you maybe ever drink out of them again but you can save them and have a little memento. >> reporter: what happens next, say community leaders, will be a test that shapes sonoma county for years to come. >> we had people in need even before this. now we have an even greater need. >> reporter: recovery will go way beyond buying a t-shirt because the region was critically short of rental housing before and now even more so. >> we have to be creative and bold as a community and make sure that we are thinking from all different directions and that we keep this amazing generous spirit we see here tonight. >> reporter: debora vallalon, ktvu fox 2 news.
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meantime in the south bay, fire crews are continuing to gain control over the bear fire that's burning in the santa cruz mountains. new numbers just in within the last few minutes show that this fire has now grown to 391 acres and now stands at 50% containment. evacuation orders remain in effect around boulder creek where the fire started four days ago. cal fire says it's gained the upper hand and has begun to release some of the crews from the scene. of course, this week's rains did help to slow the growth of the fire. >> makes a big difference in the conditions that the firefighters are working under at that time. and so it makes it a lot easier to get a lot of work done when the moisture is high. >> and this morning we can tell you that three people are in custody in jail after a shooting that happened on thursday night in the area of this fire near hartman creek road. two others also were arrested for being inside a closed
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disaster area. no further details on the circumstances of that shooting. and in the meantime, officials are hoping to allow more evacuated residents to return to their homes in the area today and tomorrow. more than 50,000 students are still out of schools because of the fires. state schools superintendent tom torlakson joined us yesterday and said at the height of the disaster, more than 400,000 students were out of school and 100 schools are still closed. to help students transition back to school, districts from around the state are offering counsels, school buses and portable classrooms. >> many students will be in a whole new environment. we don't know where they're all going. but again, with over 8,000 homes lost, many of those are students that will be relocated somewhere else. it's going to be a hard transition. but our teachers are up for it and ready to help. >> voters recently passed a $9 billion measure for school reconstruction and torlakson says he will be working with lawmakers to have some of that allocated to schools in the north bay.
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all right. let's take you out live to santa rosa. looking good. >> breakfast. >> the boys scouts are there, i'm told, there are about 1,000 serving 2,000 pancake breakfasts for first responders. >> and this is all for those firefighters, those police officers, who have been working tirelessly really over the past couple of weeks. they have been working long hours. they are worn out. when you sit and talk to some of them up in the fire zones, they're worn out. it takes a toll so here you go. the boy scouts are saying thank you and what better way than with some pancakes early in the morning. >> this is in santa rosa. other troops from around the bay area have gone up there to staff this so you have 1,000 volunteers coming and really such a great event. we are going to be peeking in more as those pancakes get ready to go. i believe it starts in about 20 minutes. so pancake ready to go. >> i think i can smell them
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from here. [ laughter ] >> we'll chem back with them soon. republicans have a new plan for tax reform that could mean a larger budget deficit. more on how much larger the national deficit has grown in the past year and how much larger it will get. >> and let it snow. tahoe, can you believe it take a look, already getting an early start on winter. yes, it's only october. rosemary will have an update on your weather in just a few minutes.
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happening now, hundreds of people are jumping off of the new river gorgeous bridge in fay yesterdayville, west virginia. did -- in fayetteville, west virginia. >> why did they do it so late
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in the game? [ screaming ] >> are you okay? >> no. >> were you living vicariously through them. >> it's 876 feet tall. >> and they are doing this legally by the way. normally it's not something you can do. but base jumpers are allowed to jump off that bridge in fayetteville just for today. just for your amusement, claudia. are you okay? >> no. i don't know anything about base jumping so i'm not sure when the time is to open your chute. >> it stands for jumping off buildings, antennas, spans and earth. spans being bridges. >> okay. [ crosstalk ] let's talk about the oroville dam in more serious news. when you talk about it, you have to talk about how quickly they need to get this work done and crews are racing to get it done before the rainy season arrives. you have the crews trying to meet this november 1 deadline and there are around 700
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construction workers assigned to the project. work is ongoing. about 22 hours a day. the main spillway is going to be about 3,000 feet long with concrete slabs thicker than an airport runway but the size of this project and the tight time frame are contributing to the growing costs. the original estimate back in february following the mass evacuation of thousands of residents living below the dam was $275 million. but the state's department of water resources now says the final tab will be closer to half a billion dollars if not more. rosemary was talking about this earlier. we are in store for a warmup. big waves at ocean beach swells up to 20 feet on friday. high surf advisory ended last night. the national weather service advises people to use caution and be mindful of the dangers being near these waters.
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the weather service warns you never turn your back on the ocean. mother nature may have provided a preview yesterday of what this upcoming winter will look like in lake tahoe. the area got a real good amount of snow. three inches at squaw valley. temperatures will be 60 degrees today. watch out for slick roads. chains were required on friday as higher elevations of interstate 80 and some people returning from tahoe this morning were caught in the slipout and also we can tell you westbound on 50 was only one lane near pines. >> there are a lot of times of the year where you think, especially in the winter, when people go up there unprepared, flip-flops, like come on. it's middle of winter. if someone is caught off guard right now, i understand. it happens. it's confusing. >> here's the problem.
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>> what is this, winter, summer? >> oh, my gosh, it's going to be a great season. >> we don't know. >> we typically get a system between now and halloween. we are going to transition back to warm weather into the upper 80s here in the bay area eventually. let's take a look at the weather this morning under mostly clear skies. it's a cold one out there. upper 30s to 40s around the bay a few 50s. we'll rebound as we get into the 9:00 hour. today will be warmer than yesterday. still not all that warm though and i'll show you on the satellite view. mostly clear skies and not a lot of fog to speak of. we'll have low clouds and fog return eventually as early as tomorrow morning. but this morning, we have mostly clear skies and chilly conditions. 39 degrees right now in fairfield. the inner east bay in livermore, 44. san jose checking in at 49. and over portions of the north bay. barely making it to 0 every 40 in areas like santa rosa, napa
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41. temperatures are cooler than where we were yesterday. as we slide along the peninsula, 47 outside your door, san mateo 49 in belmont and low 40s for menlo park. getting into the afternoon, temperatures will range from the low 60s at the coast to low 70s inland. we'll go 64 stinson beach, mid- 60s in sausalito, upper 60s for novato, 71 in santa rosa, one of the warmer locations. how about the east bay? east bay will go alameda, 70 for danville, low 70s expected in brentwood. south bay 71 for san jose. 71 saratoga and 70 degrees in santa cruz. so you may actually need a light jacket. it's going to feel nice in the sun but if you are going to be in the shade it could feel cool. 66 san bruno. 64 san francisco. keeping in mind this is the afternoon high. it's going to take us a little while to get there and then it's not going to last very long as sun begins to set before 6:30 these days. going to tahoe, it's a dry one mostly sunny skies but take a look at the temperatures. below freezing in the
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overnight hours. 55 degrees the afternoon high for today. mid-70s expected for tomorrow. so the back end of the weekend is definitely going to be the warmer day. and that includes for us here at home, as well. here's a look at your extended forecast. temperatures will range again low 60s to low 70s for today. bump those numbers up, upper 60s for the beach tomorrow. 70s around the bay nearing 80 inland and by tuesday, hitting that 90-degree mark for inland communities. mid- to upper 80s around the bay and 75 degrees around the coast, beach like weather, warm inland. >> we are getting a little bit of everything here in october. >> we'll go back and forth for a little while. >> keeping you on your toe. >> thank you. now we turn to the ongoing disaster on the island of puerto rico. the u.s. army corps of engineers says it could take longer to get electricity fully restored there possibly even up to a year. >> puerto rico needs tens of thousands of new power lines
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poles and a power grid rebuilt and restored. they plan to bring power back 50% by december and the rest next year. the senate will vote on a bill to bring more aid to areas affected by the storm. a project is moving forward in puerto rico. this is a project created by google that uses balloons to help bring internet access to remote areas. >> they will enable texting, e- mailing and web access to at&t customers. the fcc has authorized to send 30 more balloons to the area. google is warning this technology in these balloons are experimental but it's been tested in other natural disasters. today an exclusive club. >> all five former u.s. presidents alive will appear together in texas tonight. barack obama, george w. bush,
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bill clinton, george h.w. bush and jimmy carter are going to make a rare concert appearance to benefit hurricane victims at texas a & m university. president trump will not be there. time now 7:21. a san francisco police officer is in jail this morning after a hit-and-run accidents -- is in the hospital this morning after a hit-and-run accident. we'll have more on his condition and fellow officers supporting him. >> what you need to know about "covered california" an important deadline to change your plan before you're locked in for 2018.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2". a california billionaire is funding an advertising campaign cabling for the impeachment of president trump. >> this president is unstable. >> in that ad released on friday, tom steyer says the president has edged the country toward nuclear war, on instructed justice at the fbi, and threatened to threat down news organizations, obstructed justice at the fbi. his investment of at least $10 million comes as he is considering a run for political office himself against fellow democrat dianne feinstein. steve bannon appeared at the state gop convention in southern california last night. he called for voters to not reelect gop senators who are disloyal to president trump. >> shame on you, shame on you!
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>> some protestors gathered outside the venue in anaheim. bannon called on the need for unity within the republican party and spoke about the importance of economic nationalism. >> it's not about your race, your color, your gender, your religion, your ethnicity, sexual preference. it's about one thing. are you citizen of the united states of america? >> bannon's remarks come days after he attacked senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and other top republicans at an arizona fundraiser. well, a new report says from the white house says that first lady melania trump will be running one of the leanest white houses in years. during president obama's first term, first lady michele obama had 16 people working for her for $1.64 million a year. the current first lady cut her budget to less than $500,000 with only four aides working for her. when reached for comment, the
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white house said that the first lady is focusing on quality over quantity when it comes to hiring. new numbers show the federal budget deficit rose by another $80 billion in the past year. this comes as republicans are moving quickly to draft a rewrite of the tax code that could add up to 1.5 trillion to the national debt over the coming decade. president trump and the gop on capitol hill hope it will spark a burst of economic growth. a new report from the "washington post" finds millions who get health coverage from "covered california" and other healthcare marketplaces may be locked into unwanted health plans. anyone under the plans are automatically reenrolled unless they get a new one. in the past that would happen after notifications urging to check for better coverage. under new changes from the trump administration, many of those notices will not go out or will arrive after it's too late to change plans. 2018 rates under the current exchanges will see large price increase. open enrollments end december
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15. a drop in jobs in the bay area. we'll have details on the new report which says more people are leaving the bay area and also leaving job positions unfilled. >> a new study on police and body cameras. the effect those cameras may have on the actions of officers.
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all right. welcome back to ktvu. we are bringing you to the presbyterian church of the roses in santa rosa because in just one minute, a pancake breakfast officially begins out there. and this is troop 32. troop 32 is cooking up a pancake breakfast this morning for hard working firefighters, police officers and other first responders who have been so busy over the last couple
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of weeks dealing with devastating wildfires in the north bay. they are getting a nice breakfast this morning. thank you to the first responders this morning. thank you to our photographer for driving up there to get us this great pictures. they are going to make 2,000 breakfasts. we'll continue to bring you pictures. that was inside so you couldn't see the crowds outside. >> they are all lined up, part of this is raising money for wildfire victims. so a great event. good morning. i'm alex savidge. frank mallicoat is off this morning. >> and good morning, i'm claudine wong. we are going to go over to rosemary orozco right now for a check of the weather. a cool morning out. you saw people wearing sweatshirts in that shot. it feels like the weather changed. >> a chill in the air definitely. upper 30s for some of our
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valley locations. so we have some chilly weather to start at least far valley locations and then this afternoon cool. low 60s to low 70s. so if you do come across that low 70 in the afternoon under sunny skies, it's going to feel mild but it's going to take most of the afternoon until we get there. a gorgeous sunrise. mostly clear skies to start the day. not a lot of fog. this afternoon mostly clear skies and light winds. 40 degrees in santa rosa. san francisco checking in at 51. mid-40s oakland, livermore and san jose. good morning to you at 48. a look at the clouds and the sky cover from up above. not a lot going on. it's fairly calm out there and again, the winds are variable and light at least for most. we have a westerly breeze at sfo at about 8. northeast hayward and northeast livermore very gentle breeze coming in from the south, san jose. a look into the east bayshore
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areas like hayward, san leandro, oakland, alameda, mid- to upper 60s for the afternoon forecast. but take a look at the cool start. we'll be in the upper 40s, low 50s for the first part of the morning closer to noon low 60s in the forecast with mostly sunny skies and the mid- to upper 70s for the second half of the afternoon. temperature-wise around the region one of our warmer spots will be the inland east bay like antioch, santa rosa low 70s. in the south bay san jose, morgan hill 71. 60s in pacifica under clear skies. high surf advisory expired yesterday but still a beach hazard statement in place meaning rip currents and sneaker waves a possibility. be aware this afternoon. temperatures will continue to climb into the back end of your weekend and into the extended forecast, what you can expect for tomorrow and how warm we'll go coming up. the police bike if is
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hospitalized in intensive care this morning. 32-year-old elia lewin-tankel is in critical condition at san francisco general. the man accused of running him down is behind bars. 50-year-old marquise johnson faces a long list of charges including attempted murder and felony hit-and-run with injury. yesterday a judge set bail at $10 million. many sfpd officers attended that court hearing as a show of unity with officer tankel. >> it is very difficult for these officers because they know it could have been any one of them. >> officer tankel is a 32-year- old newlywed. those close to him say he is a fighter and strong enough to pull through this very difficult time. as for the suspect, he is due back in court on november 7th. the founder of a tech startup in jail after being charged of assaulting and sexually abusing his 3-year- old son. san mateo county records show the man was arrested sunday in san francisco. he is charged with child abuse
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an assault to cause bodily harm along with several other charges. a charge was dropped previously. he was fired from his company. he is held on $300,000 bail in jail. he will be in court november 1st. an investigation is under way this morning after a small plane crashed last night in san carlos. the faa says the plane was a single-engine cirrus sr22. it ran off the end of the runway while trying to take off. the plane crashed through a fence and wound up on skyway road near holly street. skyfox over the scene a short time after this crash. at first, first responders were there at the scene. the faa says that two people who were on board the plane only had minor injuries. a growing number of police departments in the bay area and across the nation are equipping their officers with body cameras in response to
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high-profile police shootings. but a new study published in the "washington post" found they will have no effect on officers' behavior. the study involved more than 2,000 police officers from washington, dc. researchers found officers equipped with body cameras used force and prompted civilian complaints about the same rate as those who didn't have them. the findings reject the contention that body cameras improve accountability and transparency among police officers. a scary moment here caught on camera in a houston suburb. surveillance video captures four gunmen as they carjack a young mother's minivan. but about 20 seconds or so after this crime begins to unfold, one of those suspects fires his rifle across the street, killing a man and then injuring another person. this all happened on monday. before the gunmen take off they throw the woman and her 11-month-old baby out of the van. police are still searching for the three people involved. one was caught. a mother's dispute with a
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teacher turns violent and now that parent is in jail. pittsburg police arrested a woman on thursday after they say she attacked her daughter's teacher with a brick. police say williams and another man followed a woman as she left school earlier this week. school official says williams' ten-year-old daughter bit the teachers as she was trying to take away her cell potential. williams is facing charges including aggravated assault, stalking and terroristic threats. a bay area woman survived the mass shooting in las vegas only to come home to wildfires here in the north bay. ktvu's ann rubin spoke with her about how she is handling these two life changing events. reporter: two horrible tragedies in two weeks. and michella flores survived them both. >> something i certainly wasn't planning, yes. i don't wish this upon anybody. >> reporter: the flight attendant happened to be in las vegas october 1st when a shooter opened fire on a concert crowd killing 58 people. she was there listening to the music when she heard one round
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of gunfire, then another. >> it wasn't actually until the second round that people were running out of the venue screaming, shooter. and i turned around. >> reporter: flores hid in a hotel conference room. until the commotion died down. she says she was still shaking hours later. >> that's all i could think about. i need to go home. i need to go home. i need to go home. >> reporter: home is santa rosa. >> as i was driving home, i saw the glow over the ridge. >> reporter: flores made it back in time to help her parents and dog evacuate from the north bay wildfires. but despite their best efforts, their house could not be saved. as a former firefighter, she has seen a lot of tragedy but nothing quite like this. >> you wake up and, no, there's more evacuations, there's more fires going. that's when it was like okay, i can only take so much of  this. this needs to stop soon. >> reporter: through it all, she has done her best to hold it together. >> i still have to function. i can't go off in a corner and flip out or cry or whatever.
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there's things that needs to be done. >> reporter: she and her family spent a few days at an evacuation center and are now in a new rental sleeping on donated air mattresses. she says this month feels like a nightmare that won't end. >> i have no idea when it will feel normal or better or --i have no idea. i hope it's soon. [ laughter ] >> reporter: flores lost everything including the flight attendant uniform and luggage she needs for work. her family has set up a "go fund me" page to help them get back on their feet. ann rubin, ktvu fox 2 news. reporter: president trump -- sonoma county animals services is hosting a pet fair for those affected by the wildfires. from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. free animal care supplies will be handed. they will have dog and cat food, crates, leashes and collars and other things. all supplies are free and will
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be available on a first come, first served basis. the pet supply fair is at the sonoma county animal services warehouse at aviation boulevard in santa rosa. >> a lot of pets impacted by the wildfires. now you can see the new oakland mural. it lights up the front of the stork club on telegraph avenue near 23rd street. the mural is titled, full circle, the fox and the stork. the inspiration for the mural is based on on a fable. do unto others as would you have them do unto you. head to san francisco's ocean beach. it's time for corgi-con. this is video from another big corgi gathering this year. >> shaved. awesome. >> short little legs. >> the group hosting the event hopes for over 1,000 dogs to show up it starts at 10 a.m.
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to 2 p.m. on ocean beach near balboa street in san francisco. >> looks fun. "beast mode" has been turned into bench mode. raiders running back marshawn lynch has been suspended for his actions in thursday night's game. >> a tribute last night celebrating the life of a teen and we'll have more on that. also we'll talk about the warriors and why klay thompson is pitching in to help with the north bay fires.
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started the love life foundation which inspired new signs in oakland. as jana katsuyama reports, this is heartbreak to healing. reporter: on a stretch of sidewalk in oakland, ordinary pavement became a place of prayer. ♪[ music ] >> this is a very bittersweet horrible day. >> reporter: donald lacy still remembers october 20th, 1997, when his 16-year-old daughter was caught in the crossfire of bullets never meant for her. >> she would have been 36. and i know she would have had children. i would have had grandchildren. >> reporter: her childhood friends now grown women with children of their own joined hands at the corner of 26th and myrtle right across from mcclymonds high school where the girl was killed. >> i couldn't believe it. you know, i was crying and you know, went to the hospital and when i got there, they said that she was gone. she was gone. so that was really rough. at 16, i was 15, she was 16.
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>> whenever she walk in a room she was just, like, full of life and just made everybody smile just a happy person. >> reporter: from grief the girl's father said he started the love life foundation an idea that his daughter had shared with him just months before she was shot. >> friend of hers was killed and she said she wanted to start an organization to speak out against violence. >> reporter: her father tried to keep her spirit and love of life alive and this week, the city of oakland embraced the words love life as its motto with new welcome signs in oakland, a reminder of the girl named from birth for her love of life. >> on the way to highland hospital she came out in the car so i figured she was so eager for life that i gave her the name loeisha which is two languages combined which means love life. >> reporter: a young girl's legacy living on a reminder that for every light lost to darkness, others continue to shine. >> hopefully, people will
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start respecting and loving each other as opposed to disrespecting and committing violence on each other. >> reporter: in oakland, jana katsuyama, ktvu fox 2 news. 7:45. let's go to rosemary orozco for a check on the weekend weather forecast. these cool temperatures have been refreshing. >> yes. good air quality. we know that's a blessing. we have some good weather coming our way. a warming trend coming our way. not feeling it yet though. a bit of a chilly start but it's a beautiful start. giving you a look there into san francisco and across the bay where we have mostly blue skies just a few clouds to speak of not seeing a lot of fog if any and we'll be mostly clear into the afternoon. here's a view from up above. because of all that clearing and the light winds, temperatures really cooled off in the overnight hours. some of us in the up other 30s. but for the afternoon today we'll go low 60s at the coast to low 70s inland again the
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air quality is good. and mostly sunny skies in store for the second part of your day the temperatures in areas like fairfield still 39 at this hour. 40 degrees in santa rosa. around the bay we have 48, san francisco 47 hayward in the south bay 48 san jose. mid-40s to start your morning at half moon bay. that's a chilly start. our inland communities areas like livermore, walnut creek, cool, as well. let's go back to the inner east bay and we'll look at a few more numbers. 41 alamo. 47 every 46 to start moraga, upper 40s for areas over antioch. temperatures for the afternoon going to be a bit cool at the coast. mild elsewhere. so 64 for stinson beach 70 degrees for petaluma. as we head towards the east bay we have 66 in oakland for today. low 70s in walnut creek. we have a lot of festivals going on this year. maybe you're thinking about heading out to the pumpkin
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patch. 71 san jose. 70 santa cruz. redwood city upper 60s. low 60s pacifica and half moon bay. rip currents and sneaker waves in the forecast for today. san francisco this afternoon 64. we have nice weather in areas over tahoe this weekend. mostly sunny skies but a cool one for hikers and campers. below freezing overnight. we know we have fresh snow on the ground not likely to last. we have a warmup coming our way. that includes for lake tahoe area. mid-50s the afternoon high for today. then jumping 10 degrees afternoon high for tomorrow mid 60s. the extended forecast for us here at home, we'll go from low 60s to low 70s today upper 60s to upper 70s for tomorrow. and then continuing to warm monday, tuesday into wednesday. upper 80s to near 90 degrees. by tuesday into wednesday for our inland communities, in the 90s. thank you.
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a judge decided to toss out a woman's more than $400 million award against manufacturing company johnson & johnson in a cancer case. the judge on friday will now grant the company a new trial citing the previous case that had several errors. the woman in the case claimed that johnson & johnson's baby powder gave her ovarian cancer. and that the company failed to warp the public of its potential risks of talcum powder. the woman died but her attorney says they will be appealing the judge's decision. the latest jobs numbers show a trend in the bay area. 4700 jobs were lost in september making it the worst unemployment month locally since february of 2010. we are now in a slowdown. the east bay lost 2600 jobs last month. san francisco and san mateo counties lost 1700 jobs. and santa clara county lost 13 hp jobs. this was the second straight
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month of cuts the bay area lost 2400 jobs in august. economists say one problem is companies are having difficulty filling job openings because prospective employees don't want to move here to the bay area because of the high cost of living. aaa reports that it responded to more than 450,000 emergency calls last year from people who didn't have a spare tire. 28% of new cars are sold without a spare tire and many of those run [ indiscernible ] automakers have eliminated spare tires to reduce car weight and improve fuel efficiency. target is changing the way it does business. target has announced plans to expand same-day delivery. they are also remodeling many of their old stores and they are opening up small format stores in urban areas. also on the agenda, merging its brick and mortar operation with its ecommerce efforts. target is also planning to
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start curbside pickup for online grocery customers soon. walmart currently offers the service in many stores and plans to expand curbside pickup to more locations in the next year. a big donation towards north bay wildfire relief. we'll talk about the pledge from warriors star klay thompson to help those in need. ♪[ music ]
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beating the delvings. the devils were slow from the get-go. devils were without their normal starting goalie because of injury. and the sharks took advantage. carlson scoring the first period goal and the team kept that pressure on. two more goals in the second period and then it turned into the martin jones show. the sharks goalie stopped 28 shots en route to the shutout victory. sharks hand the devils only their second loss of the season and san jose moves to the .500 position for the season. they play the islanders today tonight. "beast mode" is shifting to bench mode. raiders running back marshawn lynch suspended for a game for a run-in with an official thursday night. you will remember that lynch ran out on the field and made contact with an official. this was during an on-the- field scuffle between the raiders and the kansas city chiefs. a line judge who was trying to break up this scuffle, lynch came in and pushed him right
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there and grabbed his jersey! lynch was ejected. the raiders won the game at the last second. "beast mode" will miss next week'ings game against the buffalo bills. the start of the season is not as smooth at warriors would like. they loves the home opener on -- they lost the home opener on tuesday and they were downed 17 points on the road with the pelicans. the "splash brothers" started hitting the three. klay thompson 31 points, 7 were three-pointers. steph curry with 28 including four from the three-point line. the warriors came from behind to beat the pelicans 128-120. they certainly keep it interesting, don't they? >> mm-hm. >> the coach says the team is not ready yet. they say the team's preseason trip to china means that the warriors have not had many practices and are basically still in training camp. they do face the grizzlies tonight. well, warriors star klay thompson is looking to turn his success on the court into relief money for the victims
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of the north bay fires. >> hey, everyone. as we all know, northern california has been tragically affected by these wildfires for the past few weeks. and i will be pledging $1,000 per point i score for the next three home games. >> that's klay's message to fans. he is planning to donate $1,000 for every point he scores in three upcoming home games against the raptors, the wizards and the pistons. and klay also has a challenge for every member of "dub nation." he wants fans to donate a few dollars for every point he scores to the north bay wildfire relief effort. there might be a little extra incentive for klay to get hot starting on wednesday. the saint mary's men's basketball team playing a special exhibition game next week to raise money for north bay fires victims. they will play against fresno state 8 p.m. wednesday night. any donation to the north bay fire relief efforts the victims fund will get you into the game.
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so you make a donation, you get in for free. the gaels tip off their season starting november 11th. the oakland a's are helping a young fan get through the north bay wildfires. 9-year-old loren smith lost his collection of a's memorabilia in the fire. he wrote to them telling them how much he liked the team and saying what he lost. the a's president invited him to a little league field in santa rosa where the a's gave him caps, shirts, baseball bats, cards, and a new glove. a's mascot stomper, catcher bruce maxwell and manager bob melvin were also there. loren was overwhelmed by the attention and all the new items for his new collection. >> my mind was just going around and around, like, this is so much stuff and i'm so happy because my grandma encouraged me to write a letter to the a's. >> loren's gift didn't end there. the a's also invited him to
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throw out the first pitch at a game next year and yes, he got some season tickets. >> wow, throwing out the first pitch. that's exciting. quite an experience. returning home in santa rosa, more on those who will be allowed back in their neighborhoods today. see what's left of their homes. >> a frantic push now to get the oroville dam repaired before the storms move in. the progress crews are making today on the damaged reservoir.
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without pg&e's assistance, without their training our collaboration with pg&e is centered around public safety. we could not do our mission to keep our community safe. anytime we are responding to a structure fire, one of the first calls you make is for pg&e for gas and electric safety. it's my job to make sure that they have the training that they need to make the scene safe for themselves and for the public. it's hands-on training actually turning valves, turning systems off, looking at different wire systems all that training is crucial to keeping our community safe and our firefighters safe. together, we're building a better california. all right. good morning, welcome back to "mornings on 2". we are taking you live out to catalonia, spain, where as you can see, thousands have flooded the streets right now. this is coming after the prime minister of spain announced that he would remove the government in the region. you may recall catalonia has been pushing to become its own
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country. >> people taking to the streets this morning. the leaders of catalonia have condemned the move. they say the prime minister of spain is trying to put down the constitution. large-scale demonstrations in catalonia. welcome to "mornings on 2". it's saturday, september -- no, it's october. >> it is october already. [ crosstalk ] >> october 21st. good morning to you, i'm claudine wong. >> good morning to you, i'm alex savidge in today for frank mallicoat. we are going to check your weather in just a minute here because big changes coming later on in the week. first we'll talk about some of the big stories we're following this morning. we are learning now about an officer-involved shooting that happened in the south bay early this morning. this all happened during a traffic stop at around 1:00 in the morning. >> we have new picture and details about the situation. and police are saying the officers felt like they needed to shoot the firearm. we'll talk more about that as well as the condition of the person who was shot. in just a few hours more fire victims will be allowed
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to return to their santa rosa homes. >> yeah. we'll have more on that return home a very emotional return home for thousands of people who were evacuated from their homes during the firestorm. >> plus, right now, live look here inside -- this is a scene where they have a pancake breakfast going on in santa rosa this morning. this is all for first responders up in the north bay. they are getting a meal from the boy scouts of troop 232. >> pancakes were on the griddle an hour ago. now the work continues. more pancakes for all those who want to attend. this is happening right now at the tress tarn church of the roses in santa rosa. we are hoping to talk to the scout master of the troop this hour. so looking forward to that. rosemary has a check on the forecast and the changes that are coming. >> so a chilly start followed boy a beautiful afternoon and
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warmer weather on the way. that warming trend begins today, although it's still going to be a bit cool tomorrow depending where you are. here's a live look at sfo starting out with mostly clear skies. we showed you an event going on there with proceeds going towards fire victims. there's also a cornerstone harvest pumpkin patch festival in the north bay proceeds going to the fire victims. and i'll mention one more thing in san francisco going on today. who let the dogs out? a pet grooming service will be at crissy field this afternoon. proceeds will go to the fire victims. so a lot going on out there. get out and enjoy. here's a live look over the waterfront in san francisco where we have a festival going on where some restaurants are competing for who can make the best chowder. that sounds tasty! san francisco 51 degrees right now. santa rosa at a cool 40. mid-40s oakland, livermore and san jose. temperatures are down for most of thus morning. anywhere from 6 degrees in napa, 8 degrees in oakland.
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6 degrees livermore as well as concord. but we'll begin a rebound as we get into the next hour or so. and temperatures will range from the low 60s to low 70s depending on where you're going to be this afternoon. a little bit of cloud cover now pulling into areas over half moon bay but you can see, mostly clear in the way of fog. could see those low clouds and a little bit of fog return to the coast as early as tomorrow. but for today, we have mostly clear skies. outside now the winds are light and variable into the afternoon, becoming primarily from the west. we have san francisco at 10. oakland at 7. santa rosa 8, napa 10, as well. so nice onshore breeze for the afternoon. here's the numbers i mentioned a moment ago. starting in the inner east bay of areas over antioch, 71 degrees for the afternoon today. and the south bay 71 san jose. in the north bay 69 in napa. low 60s at the coast. everybody somewhere in between. mid- to upper 60s for our bayside communities. temperatures will continue to warm for the back end of your weekend and, in fact, getting to 90 at some point inland. i'll show you that in the
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extended forecast. >> thank you. we begin our 8:00 hour here with breaking news out of the south bay. santa clara police are right now investigating an officer- involved shooting. this happened just before 2:00 this morning at el camino real and scott boulevard. police there in santa clara say an officer fired at a suspected car thief after that man intentionally backed his car into an officer's patrol car. the man was shot and wounded and is now listed in stable condition. police say there were no officers hurt during the shooting. progress in the wildfire wildfire wildfire. the rain and cooler temperatures have helped the containment. here's the latest numbers on your screen: those four fires alone have
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burned more than 245 square miles. >> incredible. more fire victims will later today return to some of the hardest hit neighborhoods in santa rosa. this is going to happen in just a couple of hours. now, you remember yesterday that the city reopened certain neighborhoods that had been block off to anybody for the last couple of weeks. people returned to this neighborhood the coffey park area. they also went back to the orchard park neighborhood and the journey's end mobile home park, as well. later today, people who live in the fountain grove area of santa rosa, that neighborhood, they will be allowed to return to that area. many people are coming back looking for personal belongings that are impossible to replace. >> we found our ring in the ashes of the house. >> where it did you find it? >> we knew where it was and we dug for it. >> that's great to see. more people living in these devastated santa rosa neighborhoods are going to be
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returning to their homes starting at 10:00 this morning. hundreds of people gathered in downtown santa rosa last night to show their support for the fire victims. >> you are here tonight and you are not going anywhere and we are staying strong! >> whoo! >> the large crowd was in a remarkably festive mood despite the devastation in wine country during the past two weeks. this stay-at-home mom created the event on facebook. >> all these people have come out of the woodwork to help me. >> you won't find anybody here that doesn't know somebody that has their house burned down or lost somebody. >> there were songs of survival and even dancing in the streets. it was a night to heal after so much stress and sadness. meantime, business leaders in napa and sonoma county are urging tourists from both near and far to visit wine country this weekend. the owners of wineries, restaurants and resorts are hosting special events this weekend trying to get visitors
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to return to the popular tourist destination. rob malcolm reports it began with a block party in downtown napa last night. reporter: as the hills in napa and sonoma county still smolder there was reason to celebrate in downtown napa. >> napa is strong, brother. that's it. this is why people come out is for the community and to show the respect to our first responders. >> reporter: the wildfires devastated some of the picturesque terrain. this party tonight put together in three days was intended to send a message. >> it's been a rough week before we're back and we want to let people know that, you know, we're here and we're welcoming everybody to come visit napa. >> reporter: and by the number, they did. downtown napa was never evacuated during the fires. but businesses like this hotel took a hit during the height of harvest. >> we wanted to make sure that people know that we're open, for one; that, you know, 98% of the wineries are going to
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be reopened by tomorrow; and that the downtown market is -- the restaurants that you come to napa for are here and anxious to have you back. >> reporter: miller says it's too early to tell how much money was lost, but everyone has a memory. one person was working a wedding as flames worked to the hilltop venue. >> i had to call the wedding and saying we are out of here. we were going to do the cake cutting, father/daughter dance and the fire was coming at us. >> reporter: the businesses are back with everything else that makes this region first class. >> if you look at the pictures and the scenery, it's still beautiful. it's still gorgeous. >> reporter: rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. well, more than 50,000 students are still out of school. that's because of the north bay fires. state school superintendent tom torlakson joined us yesterday and said the height of this disaster, there were more than 400,000 students out of school, 100 schools still
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closed. to help students transition back to school, there are counsels, school buses and portable classrooms. >> many students will be in a whole new environment. we don't know where they are all going. but again, with over 8,000 homes lost, many of those have students that will be relocated somewhere else. it's going to be a hard transition but our teachers are up for it ready to help. >> torlakson will work with lawmakers to have money allocated to schools in the north bay. fire crews in the south bay are continuing to gain control over the bear fire which burned in the santa cruz mountains. new numbers just in here. that fire has grown to 391 acres and now stands at 50% contained. evacuation orders do remain in effect for people around the boulder creek area. that's right around where the fire started four days ago. cal fire says it has now gained the upper hand, though, in this fight and has begun to release some of the crews. the rain that we saw this past
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week did help to slow the growth of that fire. >> makes a big difference in the conditions that the firefighters are working under at that time. and so it makes it a lot easier to get a lot of work done when the moisture is high. >> and this morning we can also tell you that there are three people who are in custody this morning after a shooting in the area of that wildfire. the shooting happened thursday night near hartman creek road. three people arrested in connection with the shooting. there were also two other people arrested by law enforcement for being inside that closed disaster area. in the meantime, officials hope they will be allowing more evacuees to return to their homes today and tomorrow. republicans have a plan for tax reform that could mean an even larger budget deficit. we'll have more on how much larger it has grown in the past year. and the outlook ahead.
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>> plus, let it snow. tahoe already getting an early start on winter. rosemary up next with an update on your weather here in the bay area and in the sierra, as well.
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weather-wise on your beautiful weekend there, it's a bit of a cool one if you are thinking about walking the dog, getting outdoors, grabbing coffee or tea. check the forecast. it's a bit chilly. we have a nice weather forecast for the afternoon. in fact i'm talking a warming trend. i'll have details on this coming up. all right. 8:14 on the clock. work crews are racing to repair the oroville dam spillway before the rainy season arrives. crews are trying to finish by november 1st. there are 700 workers on the project. the work goes on 22 hours a day. the main spillway will be 3,000 feet long with concrete slabs thicker than a runway. the costs are going up. the original estimate in february was $275 million. but the state's department of
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water resources now says the final tab will be closer to $500 million if not more. rosemary has been telling us about a big warmup in store for later on this week. and surfers have been out enjoying the big waves and the nice weather at san francisco's ocean beach. the swells reached 15 to 20 feet on friday and that meant there was a high surf advisory that was in place. it expired last night. these conditions come as surfers are gathering for the 2017 red bull heavy water surf competition. the national weather service is advising people to be cautious and very mindful of the dangers of being at the beaches. the weather service says never turn your back to the ocean. mother nature gave us a winter preview in lake tahoe. they got snow. squaw valley got 3 inches. truckee got an inch. and while the temperatures are expected to get up near 60
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degrees today, drivers are told to bring your chains and watch out for slick roads. chains were required friday at higher elevations on 80 and some folks returning from tahoe this morning were caught in a slipout. in the meantime, westbound traffic on highway 50 was down to one lane near pines. rosemary is here right now. [ laughter ] >> thank you, alex. >> yes. >> you're welcome. >> appreciate it. >> so we're going to see weather -- it's sort of all over the map here in october. >> i like seeing the no. it's a tug of war between winter and summer. >> who gets control? >> yeah. back to warmer weather near 90 degrees back in the bay area.
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a gorgeous shot toward san francisco. a view of satellite and radar. we are with mostly clear skies overhead. that will remain for today. just looking at a little bit of cloud cover entering the bay as we speak. and then if you look to the north, there's actually some rain over the north corner of california all the way down to mendocino county. we are going to remain dry, have a little bit of an onshore breeze in the afternoon. expect the low clouds and fog to return into tonight. but for today we'll be mostly clear and temperatures begin to warm today over yesterday. sunday is going to be warmer. monday, tuesday, perhaps even into wednesday, some of the warmest weather coming our way. temperatures this morning, though, chilly start. inner east bay 45 degrees in livermore. 48 in concord to the north bay, 40 degrees santa rosa. so struggling a bit there and then along the coast temperatures range from the mid-40s half moon bay upper 40s near santa cruz.
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afternoon highs for today lows 60s stinson beach. mid-60s sausalito. upper 60s for novato and one of the warmer spots santa rosa going to 71. for the east bay, mid-60s in areas over alameda, berkeley, low 70s for antioch and brentwood. south bay san jose you will go to 71. 72 in los gatos. a pretty day but we are cool out there and it's going to take most of the afternoon before we get into these numbers. upper 60s redwood city. 64 in san francisco. low 60s, daly city, pacifica, half moon bay. tahoe has fresh snow on the ground in some areas and cold overnight lows. below freezing expected this morning and tomorrow morning. and then as we get into the afternoon, mid-50s for today and a nice 10-degree jump for tomorrow with 65 the afternoon high on sunday. here's a look at the extended forecast here at home. low 60s to low 70s today. upper 60s to near 80 degrees tomorrow. upper 80s in the forecast monday, tuesday, wednesday.
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tuesday could be warm when we hit 90 degrees inland. and the beaches will feel quite nice back into the mid- 70s with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies for the afternoon. >> with that warmup, are we going to see any wind, possibility of winds coming along with that, fire danger? >> right now, the winds don't look too strong. >> okay. >> they don't look too strong. no advisories at the moment but that could change. >> thank you. now we want to turn to the ongoing disaster on the island of puerto rico. the u.s. army corps of engineers says it could take longer to get electricity fully restored on the island possibility up to a year. puerto rico needs tens of thousands of new power line poles and power grid rebuilt and restored. engineers are planning to bring power back to nearly 50% of the island by december and will continue to work through the next year. on monday, the senate is set to vote on a multi-billion- dollar bill to bring more aid to areas affected by the storms. and in the meantime, something called project loon
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is moving forward in puerto rico. this is a project created by google which uses balloons to bring internet access to remote areas. >> those balloons enable texting, email and web access to at&t customers. the federal communications commission has authorized google to send 30 more balloons to the area. google warns the technology in the balloons is still experimental. but it has been tested in other natural disasters. new information this morning that you need to know if you get healthcare coverage through "covered california." the deadline to change your plan before you're locked in for next year.
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in a new reported from the white house first lady melania trump is going to run a lean
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white house. first lady michele obama had 16 people that were working for her at a combined budget of $1.24 million a year. the current first lady has four aides working for her. the first lady is focused on quality over quantity when it comes to hiring. the budget deficit rose by $80 billion in the past year as republicans are moving quickly to draft a rewrite of the tax code that could add up to $1.5 trillion to the net debt. president trump hopes the tax measure will spark a burst of economic growth. a new report for the "washington post" finds that millions who get coverage from "covered california" and other affordable market plays may get locked into health plans. your reenrolled unless you get a new plan.
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in the past that auto enrollment would only happen after notification. now you won't get notice. you have to get new coverage if you want it yourself. 2018 rates under the current healthcare exchange will see large spikes. open enrollment is november 1 to december 15. plans to build a wall along the u.s./mexico border are moving forward. lauren blanchard reports that many of the prototypes near san diego have been finished and are ready for testing. >> reporter: i will build a great wall on our southern border and i will have mexico pay for it. >> reporter: donald trump's rallying cry, his bold announcements while seeking the presidency. the border wall with mexico became the cornerstone of the trump candidacy. now it's moving closer to reality. the prototypes are on display near san diego all different makes and models.
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>> there's four concrete alternate material, there's staggered as it goes concrete alternate concrete alternate. >> reporter: the walls are around 30 feet high and partially see-through giving border agents a view of what's happening on the other side. each one is built to withstand sledgehammers, pickaxes, torches, battery parade tools and climbers. >> the size would be a challenge to get up and over especially in a fast period of time. >> reporter: homeland security will actually test the walls for durability later this month. the u.s. government is spending millions on the prototypes and while the final price tag varies it will probably in the tens of billions of dollars. funding is expected to become a heated political issue but president trump said this week it has to happen. >> drugs are pouring across our border. we are stopping it but we need a wall to really stop it. we need a wall in this country. you know it. i know it. everybody knows it. we have to have a wall. >> reporter: any member of the
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public who wants to check out the prototypes in person is out of luck. the walls are walled off. in washington, lauren blanchard, fox news. a california billionaire wants president trump impeached. >> this president is a clear and present danger who is mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons! >> in the ad released on the friday, tom steyer says the president has brought the country toward nuclear war, obstructed justice at the fbi and threatened to shut down news organizations. his investment of at least $10 million comes as he considers running against senator dianne feinstein. happening today, it's a rare event that involves one of the world's most exclusive clubs. all five living former u.s. presidents will appear together in texas tonight. barack obama, george w. bush, bill clinton, george h.w. bush and jimmy carter will be making a rare joint appearance
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at a concert to benefit hurricane victims. this will be held at texas a & m university. president trump is not a former living president and so he will not be in attendance. >> we are going off the air early this morning so that you can watch some college football on ktvu. but our coverage of the north bay wildfires along with the day's others stories continues on ktvu plus. so you can do both. you can watch there and you can go over to ktvu plus, and join us for more. >> have a great day. see you an -- see you over on ktvu plus.
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