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the f.a.a. is investigating another questionable landing involving another air canada flight at sfo. what the pilot says went wrong and why he did not respond to instructions from the control tower before landing. protecting people who lost everything in the north bay wildfires. we will have the latest on a series of meetings today designed to help people find new homes. this and more as mornings on 2 continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> actually did a double take when i walked out the front door. >> yes. >> it was so warm already. >> yes. yep. >> we're going to talk about the weather and much more as we welcome you back to mornings on 2. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> i just ducked out. the air is just sitting there. i'm dave clark. let's go right to steve paulson. you called it. >> very warm around the bay. really warm on parts of the coast. san mateo coast is amazingly warm. possible record highs. these are the records to beat
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today. oakland airport needs to get over 88 from 1959. sfo going for 86. the record is 88. 1965. mountain view, the forecast is 89. that would be a record from 2003. so everyone will be pretty close. although for santa rosa, that wind better turn north or they won't get close. monster a, moss beach and half moon bay are 80, 81. incredible. san mateo is 59. san carlos, 71. 65 and 71 is warm. but 80 is just really warm here. and that's why sustained northeast. gusts to 43 out of the northeast at half moon bay. it is easterly for most. off shore from the oakland hills, berkeley hills all the way over to most of the coast. 74 at the berkeley labs. 71, 72. i mean, the humidity is low. this is a northeast wind about 25 to 40 miles per hour.
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that is translating into very warm conditions. 78 in berkeley. one observation there. a couple observations at oakland at 76. in the city, 66, 68, 67 and 71. so, again, all wind dependent. richmond, 76 warm degrees. el cerrito, 74. and orinda is 71. blackhawk near 70 degrees. 49 sonoma county airport. if they don't get that north wind, they won't hit 90 today. all wind dependent. very hot down in southern california. they had a bunch of record highs yesterday around 101 to 106. it will be very warm for the first pitch of the world series. about 96 degrees. this is where it will max out and ever so slowly start to weaken throughout the rest of the week. a lot of 80s and 90s. if you don't get the breeze in, that will never happen. these will be close. all right, sal.
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7:02. what do you have? busy, buzzly. >> it is, busy, steve. a minor crash on the span just past the toll plaza. you can imagine what that is doing. they have removed it in the last few minutes. improvement as cars begin to move in the last two minutes. it is looking much better. the cars were stopped for a bit. now it is improving as they have moved the crash. 80 westbound coming out is going to be slow coming out to the macarthur maze from the richmond area. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see the traffic is backed up for at least a 25-minute delay. 880 northbound is beginning to slow as you pass the coliseum. southbound traffic slows near 238 and stays that way all the way down to stevenson. that backup is beginning to grow. since six traffic is also slow. we look at the south bay now. 85 and 87 northbound are slow. and 280 is also slowing near 17. and 101 is slow from pretty much north of blossom hill, all the way up into sunnyvale. 7:03. back to the desk.
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>> the f.a.a. is investigating why an air canada jet landed at san francisco international airport last weekend after air traffic controllers told the pilot to go around. >> this is the second time this year that there has been a problem with air canada coming into sfo. allie rasmus is at sfo to give us more details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. faa spokesperson says in this particular incident that happened sunday night, no passengers were in any immediate danger. even so it is troubling because what happened here the pilot of the air canada flight, flight 781, failed to respond to instructions on -- prior to landing from the control tower here at sfo. >> 781, go around. air canada 781 go around. air canada 781 go around. nu. >> reporter: now, you can hear the calm measure voice of someone in the control tower
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telling the pilot to go around and not land on the runway. they were worried that the runway wasn't clear yet. the person in the air tower said go around six times with no response from the pilot of the plane. they were having radio problems and couldn't hear the instructions. the air traffic controller also used a red light gun to try to get the pilot's attention. another way to signal him not to land in that particular spot. that also did not work. luckily the runway was clear and the air canada flight landed without any problem. now, this comes three months after another air canada flight narrowly missed crashing into other planes at sfo when the pilot mistook a crowded taxi way for the runway. that pilot came as close as 60 feet to another plane and three others on the tarmac before finally pulling up and aborting the landing. because of that near disaster, the f.a.a. and its subsequent changes made changes to when and how planes can land at
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night at sfo. we have to wait and see if this latest problem not responding to the control tower leads to any additional changes. back to you guys. >> thank you, allie. cal fire officials are making slow progress against the fires in the north bay. it could be until friday before the fires are completely contained. right now they have 89% containment on the pocket fire in geyserville. that is the lowest containment number for any of the big fires. 95% of the atlas fire encircled. that is the biggest containment number to bring you. we expected to be updated by cal fire this hour. we will bring you the information as soon as we get it. the sonoma county board of supervisors and the santa rosa city council will discuss new housing policies in hopes of helping people find somewhere to live. proposed changes include an ordinance that would prohibit landlords from price gouging. it would allow people to live in rvs at the sites of homes
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that they're rebuilding. we will have more on that in minutes at 7:30. plans are in the works to start the cleanup in the north bay. during a community meeting in santa rosa, officials outlined plans for clean up the debris left behind by the fires. the first phase starts this week and focuses on household hazardous waste and debris. >> so at the end of the day, we can return to you a safe and environmentally clean site for your family to rebuild. and our goal that we're pushing hard on in terms of mobilizing crews is to have that work completed by early 2018. >> hundreds of people attended the meeting to try to get a better idea how clean-up will be handled so they can begin the rebuilding process. the time is 7:07. today will be day two of testimony in the san francisco murder trial of jose ynez
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garcia zarate who is charged with killing kate steinle. he is charged with second degree murder and manslaughter after kate steinle was fatally shot as she walked with her father near peer 14 two years ago. her father was the first person to testify. he spent less than ten minutes on the witness stand. jose ynez garcia zarate's attorney told the jury that the shooting was an accident. >> we're talking about a gun with a history of accidental discharges. it does not have a safety on it. it is marketed that way. they make a model with a safety. this is not one. >> however the prosecutor showed the gun to the jury and said a ballistics expert will testify that the gun will only fire when the trigger is pulled. she went on to say that kate steinle is dead because jose ynez garcia zarate pointed the gun at her and pulled the trigger. the trial is expected to last at least six weeks. antioch police are investigating a deadly shooting
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this morning. officers responded to reports of shots fired just after 10:30 last night near a market on the 900 block of west 10th street. a man shot at least once was found and pronounced dead at the scene. the motive is not known and no arrests have been made. anyone with information is urged to call police. the california highway patrol is investigating a crash that killed one person and involved seven vehicles in the south bay last night. officers were called to south bend highway 85 at great oaks boulevard in san jose just before 10:00 p.m. the highway was shut down for more than three hours. but it has since reopened. the chp is trying to figure out what caused the chain reaction crash. we asked for more information on the person killed. we have yet to hear back from officials. our time is now 7:09. preparing for the next engine in san jose. a new emergency alert system designed to keep people safe. >> reporter: president trump comes here to capitol hill today to lobby for tax cuts.
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i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on his visit just ahead.
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>> doug luzader has a look at the event to get tax reform passed by the end of the year. >> reporter: what we have so far are proposed tax rats. that is about it. every loves the idea of tax cuts. paying for them will be the crux of the debate as the president comes to capitol hill to twist arms. a meeting of the minds between congress and the president. he plans to join gop senators for the first time at their regular tuesday hundred: on the table, tax reform. >> thank you for hosting us. >> reporter: the president's daughter ivanka trump traveled to pennsylvania yesterday to push the white house message and move forward on the first
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major rewrite of the tax code in 30 years. >> tax reform will impact everyone. simplification will impact everyone to the positive. simpler is better. >> reporter: simpler means getting rid of things. democrats are not on board. >> the american people should know that the money to pay for that giant tax cut for the rich is coming from somewhere. and it is likely to be coming from their pocket books. >> reporter: members of congress from high tax states, for example, will balk at reducing the deductible of state and local taxes. a suggestion to cut the size of popular tax deferred 401(k) retirement plans ran into a dead end from the president who said on twitter, there will be no change to your 401(k). this has always been a great middle class tax break that
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works and it stays. >> reporter: that shows how difficult it is to go after specific tax deductions as a way to pay for lower rates. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. a federal judge in san francisco is expected to rule today or tomorrow on a request by california and 18 other states to block the trump administration's plan to cut off subsidies under the affordable care act. stat is want the judge to order the administration to keep making payments. the judge suggested he probably won't order an emergency injunction because the states have not proved that people are in eminent harm. they anticipated the subsidies would end and made sure that consumers would not pay for more insurance. four leading democratic candidates for governor of california will debate today in san francisco. the sand dates are former l.a. mayor antonio vilaraigosa,
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gavin newsome, john chiang and delaine eastin. you're looking at video from last weekend of a similar forum in anaheim. today the candidates will appear at noon at the city club of san francisco. the forum sponsored by the chronicle. the primary for the governor's race is june of 2018. the top two finishers, they move on to the general election in november. the chronicle says it plans to host a similar forum for republican candidates running for governor next year. well, our question of the day is this: with the leading democratic candidates debating today, based on what you know about them right now, who would you vote for? antonio vilaraigosa, gavin newsome or john chiang or delaine eastin. the time is 7:15. let's help get you out the door. sal castaneda is standing by to
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do just that. >> we have a look at some of these commute that's are going -- commutes that are going to be rough in some areas already. we will start off with the bay bridge westbound because it is slow. just got a tweet from someone saying -- we were talking about the carpool lanes. people use the carpool lanes according to d thomas until the last second and cut back into the regular lane. obviously that is not something that you should do because you could get a citation for it. that's what happens and that's why sometimes the carpool lanes are busy before right before you cross. this is a look at 880 northbound as you drive up to the commute here. you can see that traffic will be slow. it is southbound that is really getting slow now from 238 all the way into the stevenson road area. 580 is okay through livermore. all of the freeways in the south bay are getting very slow. northbound 85 is slowing down. so is 280 and 101.
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this is a typical south bay commute. in san jose -- i have to go back to my maps here. 280 will be slow all the way through. we will take a look at 280 coming up soon. it is 7:17. hello, steve. >> hello, sal. >> very hot day. >> warm day here for many. some really warm temps already on the san mateo coast. take a look at those. a lot of this is wind driven. if you have the easterly or northeasterly breeze, we know the drill by now. that equals a warm pattern this time of year. it was really warm in southern california yesterday. these are all records. long beach, 105. burbank, 102. los angeles, 102. lax101. all of the old records were 1965. these are the records we need to beat today. oakland airport, forecast is 88. the record is 88. sfo, 86. the record is 88. that would be just shy.
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santa rosa, 90. the record is 92 in 2003. i think the four -- forecast that i use, they are sitting at 49. they have a slight north breeze. if it doesn't kick in, they won't get close to it. san jose, 90. that would tie a record. and 18 degrees above average for this time of year. went 90 in the city original. but the temp has been dropping since 2:00 a.m. 88 is close to the record of 90 in 1965. san carlos, 71. half moon bay is 81 degrees because they have a roaring wind out of the northeast. 24 to gusts of 41, that's why they are so warm there. also coming out of the oakland
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berkeley hills, it is 24 to 36 miles per hour. it was 47 a couple hours ago. 70, 71, 72. and there is an observation at ashby and san pablo that it is 77 degrees in berkeley. there is 77. 75, 77. 76 in oakland. very warm start here. also around the bay from pinole at 70. el cerrito, 74 degrees. walnut creek shows 54. blackhawk near 70. san ramon, 52. it depends on that wind direction and speed. 49 sonoma county airport. brentwood is at 55. some are cool, some around the bay are really warm. some are hot on the san mateo coast. it is all about high pressure winning out here. not only here but southern california. first pitch world series tonight should be 95, 96 degrees. high pressure will max out
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today. if high pressure is here, there must be low pressure somewhere else. there it is in the great lakes. you see the circulation there. 46 in chicago and rain. a deep area of low pressure in the hawaiian islands. warm to hot. possible records. windy in the hills. east bay hills mainly. looking for 80sand 90s on the temps. if you don't get the breeze, it probably will never happen. if it does, temperatures upper 80s to near 90. gradual cooling, gasia, going into the end of the week. >> thank you, steve. the time is 7:20. when it comes to trick-or- treating, which city is the best? we will show you what bay area cities topped the list.
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>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is now 7:23. another record day for stocks after some good news from some of the biggest names in business. >> i was just conferring with pam cook when i was caught on camera. let's bring here in officially for the money business report. >> caterpillar, 3m, general motors all beat analysts for quarterly reports. that is taking stocks up. they went up from the sound of the opening bell this morning. taking a look at the live numbers right now. wait until you see the dow jones. up almost 175 points now. 23,448. three quarters of a percentage point there. the nasdaq is up as well. slightly lower percentage-wise: right below the 6600 level.
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the s&p 500 also is gaining ground this morning. all but seven states pitched an idea for amazon. the promise is a $5 billion construction project and 50,000 new jobs. several bay area cities submitted bids. atlanta has emerged as the early favorite to be the home of amazon's second headquarters much the website as atlanta as a 2/1 favorite. austin is second. san jose is third on the list, followed by los angeles. atlanta has a large airport as we know and a technical workforce which are some of the qualities that amazon is looking for. a new study finds that rent increases though would be severe in san jose if it lands amazon's second headquarters. rents are predicted to increase 2% a year.
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according to the study, that equals about $30,000 over the next ten years for individual households. amazon is expected to announce which city it is selecting next year. and another new study shows san francisco has one of the worst commutes in the country. the robert half study finds that commuters in san francisco have the second longest commute, averaging 59 minutes round trip. washington, d.c. has the longest commute, beating san francisco by just about a minute. the study finds that san francisco's commute is the fifth most stressful behind miami and los angeles. a second study says adding 20 minutes to your commute has the same negative effect on job satisfaction as taking a 19% pay cut. and halloween just around the corner. a week away. you're in luck if you live in san francisco. a new study from zillow says san francisco is the best city in the country to go trick-or- treating because it is where kids can get the most candy in the least amount of time.
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san jose comes in a close second. loving the costumes. zillow says the best neighborhood is the city's presidio heights. expect that to be crowded. in san jose, it is the west san jose neighborhood. so some of the best spots to go trick-or-treating if you want a lot of candy. in my neighborhood, there are a lot of trick-or-treaters. a lot of houses decorate. they know who hands out what. the houses that hand out the full sized bars. >> we go to them twice. >> skip the ones with the tooth brushes. >> and the pencils. thank you, pam. it's been two weeks since cardinal high school was severely damaged by wildfires. how the school is coming back to bring back a sense of normalcy. officials are looking to take action on policies that could help fire victims get new housing. we take a look at the policies
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they're proposing coming up next.
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>> a very warm start to your tuesday, october 24th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. let's get the proof of what gasia is talking about. steve is right over here. >> it is very warm, especially on the san mateo coast. i want to start with hawaii. incredible rain down there. >> really? >> yes. in fact the low in honolulu was
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58. the average is 73. while we're way above there, are others that are not. honolulu had two and a half inches of rain. and hilo had two and a half inches of rain. you see the deep system right there. a friend of mine texted me last night, you can't believe what is going on here. i believe it. i believe it. and temperatures there, they're 59 in honolulu. that is cold. that is sweater weather in honolulu at 59. heavy rain through maui. hilo at 75. that is a deep system. downstream, you get high pressure. that is right over us. napa from 96 to 90. and san jose 89 to 90. if san jose hits 90, that would tie a record. it is not the 67 in san carlos, it is the 81 in half moon bay. pacifica at 76 warm degrees. the warmest that i can find.
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and that is because they have a northeast wind gusting to 41 miles per hour at half moon bay airport. also warm temps around berkeley and also oakland. coming out of the oakland hills, a robust north/northeast breeze. temperatures in the low to mid- 70s. get the northeast wind. not good. keep an eye not that. 71 in orinda. he will so braunite, 75. berkeley is a balmy 77 degrees. and in the city, you can find 60s to 70s. a warm start for anybody around the bay. santa rosa is 49. napa airport, 59. san jose at 60 degrees. some are cool. but most anywhere near the bay and the city and the coast are on the warm side. high pressure winds out already 78 in l.a. 86 san bernardino. and they have excessive heat advisory or high fire danger about 96 degrees for the first pitch of the world series tonight. high pressure is just controlling our weather all the way up to the pacific
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northwest. warm to hot. possible records. windy in the east bay hills mainly. 80s to low 90s. sal, it is busy everywhere. >> it is busy everywhere. we're going to start in the south bay 280 northbound. 85, 101, all of the freeways are slow trying to get into the valley, which is nothing unusual. but we are sold out. just in case you were thinking it will be an easy day, not so much on 280 and 85 and 101. i can put up the map here and i can show you that all of the freeways are slow trying to get into the west valley, sunnyvale, cupertino, mountain view, which is becoming kind of the norm. 87 is also slow. this is a look at 101 on the peninsula. you can see slow traffic there on 101 southbound through san mateo. again, through the redwood city area. northbound 101 slows through south city and getting into san francisco. and on the san mateo bridge, you can see traffic is busy getting across to the same peninsula. at the bay bridge, we see a backup of about 25 minutes.
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7:32. back to the desk. sonoma county and the city of santa rosa want to make it easier for people displaced by the fires to find new places to live. >> thousands of homes were destroyed in an area that already had a housing shortage. ktvu's leigh martinez is in santa rosa right now. officials and residents will be meeting shortly. good morning. >> reporter: that's right. the county supervisors meeting starts at 8:30. more than 6,000 homes were lost in these wildfires. so county and city leaders are going to try different things in order to keep the people that are fire evacuees from leaving the area, finding new housing options. the wildfires wiped out whole neighborhoods. it is estimated that the rebuilding process could take several years. there are laws to prevent price gouging on rents. but local leaders want to go further with relief. for long-term rentals the sonoma board of supervisors will decide on a proposed
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ordinance that bars landlords from increasing rent unless they can justify an increase from before the wildfire disaster. similarly the rent ordinance will stop landlords from raising rents more than 10 percent. both county and city leaders will look at relaxing housing rules, such as letting people live in rvs on the property as the houses are built and letting others to rent out their guest and pool houses. these ordinances could go into effect immediately and could last throug 2019. again, the board of supervisors meeting starts at 8:30. santa rosa city council will meet at 4:00 today. two weeks after the tubbs fire seriously damaged and caused the closure of the high school, the football team was back on the field for the first time last night. >> it is everything. basically the one thing that we have all have left.
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>> cardinal newman played their rival last night. they honored survivors and first responders before the game. several members of the football team lost their homes in the fire. >> my house burnt down in the middle of coffee park. unfortunately i lost my house. but my family is safe. that's all that matters to me. >> it is fun to get back playing football, doing something that you love. it is a good distracts. >> rancho won the game 41-28. the two teams will play again november 4th. later today, students will go back to several nearby parish locations. police in vallejo asking for help. they want to find the driver involved in a hit and run sunday evening that injured two little kids. we told you about this yesterday on mornings on 2. a mother was pushing her 3-year- old daughter and 2-year-old son in a double stroller across turner parkway sunday evening.
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officials say they were probably headed from the shopping center to the neighborhood across a very busy street when they were hit. the mother wasn't hurt, but the kids were thrown to the road and were critically hurt. neighbors say they have been pushing to get a stop sign or crosswalk at that intersection. >> it is very dangerous for any pedestrians in the area, especially pedestrians that want to go to the shopping center here because there's no way to -- there's no marked crosswalk for them. so they have to risk their life pretty much across four lanes of traffic. >> doctors say the little girl's condition is getting better but her younger brother is still in critical condition. officials say it is possible that the driver didn't see the family because of the sun setting but it is still not clear why the driver did not stay at the scene. now, police sent us these photos. this is from a surveillance camera near the crash scene. they say this is the car they're looking for, an older white acura. they say it doesn't have a license plate but it does have
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front end damage. take a look. if you have any information about this car, call vallejo police. now to lake county where two people were shot and killed in their homes by a man who went to several other locations and opened fire, also injuring a police officer. the shooting began yesterday morning in clearlake oaks, north of the city of clearlake. investigators say they believe 61-year-old allen ashmore is the gunman whew fired. two men died at different locations. investigators say the suspect also shot and hurt a woman on the same street. he then drove off and shot at people at two nearby gas stations. >> grabbing cigarettes off of the top shelf and turned and looked at him and he is turned towards me and pointed a gun like literally looking down the barrel of a gun. grabbed a couple of lighters and had the gun to his hip and walked out the door. >> a chp officer was also shot and injured during the rampage. the suspect surrendered after a
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four-mile chase. in san jose, a new emergency alert system may be coming soon to warn of an impending diseaser it. it will be used in the rock springs neighborhood which was flooded by coyote creek last february. the city now has this, long range acoustic devices. they can broadcast warning messages up to a mile away using a speaker on top of a 30- foot mast. a smaller speaker can be mounted on a car and driven around a neighborhood announcing evacuation orders. >> automatic announce manies that can be heard during the day or night so the public can hear the announcement at the same time as other devices. it is one of many tools that we have to notify the public. >> the system had a test run last week. officials took to santa rosa to help get information to evacuees after the fires. another demonstration of the system takes place this weekend in san jose.
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many of california's levees need to be fixed before winter. construction crews are scrambling to repair damage done to levees across the state from last winter's record rain. there are about 14,000 miles of levees. but the department of water resources says the repair plan covers just about 10% of them. the rest will be left to local and county jurisdictions to address on their own. >> we need to spend quite a bit of money, bringing these -- bringing these levees up to a standard that would be acceptable. to reduce the flood risk from being one of the most vulnerable communities in the nation to what it is -- what it should be. ould be. >> a bond measure on the march ballot, money from the general fund x local funds are all expected to pay a portion of the levee flood protection program. the time is 7:39. the san francisco murder trial for the man accused of killing
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kate steinle is officially underway. more on the emotional testimony as the first witness took the witness stand. record-breaking temperatures across the state, including in los angeles. what that could mean for the first game of the world series. we have a lot of slow traffic in the south bay, which is now becoming kind of the norm. this is 280 northbound right from downtown. it is slow all the way up to cupertino. and we will take a look at some of the record high that's were set yesterday in southern california. it will be close for some of us. there is a good off shore breeze, especially on the san mateo coast. ♪ that one. this. that one. ♪
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>> the time is 7:42. game one of the world series gets underway in los angeles this evening and it could set a
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record as soon as the first pitch is thrown. an excessive heat warning will be in place when the game starts. a game time temperature of close to 100 degrees. the current record high temperature for a world series game is 94 degrees. that was set when the arizona diamond backs hosted the yankees in the 2001 world series. the average tick of the for a world series game could reach record high levels. the average price for a ticket is set to be among the highest ever at nearly $3,000 a ticket. if there is a game 7, those tickets will sore above $5,000 each. game one is tonight right here on ktvu fox 2. it is the dodgers against the astros at dodgers stadium. we will have it for you on ktvu fox 2 and get your local news on ktvu plus. >> i knew that. the time is 7:43. the what are o'ers beat the
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mavericks last night 133-103. the warriors had 40 points in the first quarter. steph curry, kevin durant, klay thompson combined for 75 points last night. but the highlight of the night came from the rookie, jordan bell. >> jordan bell said not another one. and jordan bell will ride in. oh, off of the backboard. he had a little fun. hello. >> oh, no, he didn't. jordan bell's teammates loved the alley-oop to himself. some of the mavericks didn't like it because the warriors were already leading 25 points in the 4th quarter. show it again. that's what it was like. the warriors play the raptors tomorrow night at oracle. the san jose sharks beat the new york rangers 4-1 last night in new york. san jose's logan has been hot on the road, scoring the first goal on a slap shot right there early in the 1st. tim heed followed that with his
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first career nhl goal. that gave san jose a 2-0 lead. they scored two more goals and picked up the win. now they have four wins and four losses in the young season. a decision is expected today on marshawn lynch's one- game suspension. yesterday the running back had an appeals hearing. during that hearing the chiefs corner back peters spoke on behalf of lynch. you will recall that lynch rushed out on to the field from the side lines after a late hit by peters on derek carr. he made contact with an official and was given a one- game suspension. >> i have a feeling it may be upheld. the time is 7:45. sal is watching our commute. not just sports. how does our commute look. >> right now our commute is going to be slow. and the south bay commute really is taking a lot of the heat here, so to speak on the
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commute level. northbound 280 is very slow. usually not this slow on downtown san jose commute. it stays that way all the way up into cupertino. 85 is really kind of a solid line of slow traffic from 87 into the valley. and 101. we haven't had that many crashes but we have had a few. if i could put them on the map they're, there have been a few crashes. but for the most part, it is not affecting the traffic. this is a look at san mateo county. southbound 101 is slow from burlingame to san mateo. 280 is slow this morning driving to san francisco from daly city. san mateo bridge is also busy all the way across to the peninsula. and at the bay bridge, we continue with a 25 to 30-minute delay at the toll plaza. it's going to be a hot day for some people, right, steve? >> that is correct, sal. very warm especially on parts of the san mateo coast. this is dave and myself coming into work earlier today.
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are your arms tired, dave. >> yeah. mush. mush. >> arms forward. there you go. remember it is all in the legs. 60% in the legs. all right. we do have very hot temperatures. more again today. these were the records set in southern california. long beach, 105. burbank, 102. los angeles, 102. lax was 101. and ucla was 100 degrees. there were others but those are the main ones. these are the records that we need to beat. oakland airport, 88. that would tie a record. sfo forecast is 86. that would fall short of the record which is 88. most of the records are 1965. mountain view is 89. would be a record. the old was 88 in 2003. santa rosa is 90. the record is 902-34-2003. santa rosa sitting at 49 degrees. if they don't get the north wind, it won't get close to that. if they do, it will. the record is 90, 1959. it will be very close. 18 above average for this time
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of year. of. san mateo is 59. san carlos, 71. pacifica, 76. moss beach, 80 warm degrees. and half moon bay airport is 81 because they have a roaring northeast breeze. 24 gusts to 37. they have had gusts over 40. that is giving them that off shore breeze there. that seems to be the strongest gusts. also up in the oakland hills. but it is coming down a little bit. it was 47 earlier. still 74 at the berkeley labs. there is an observation at san pablo and ashby. it is 87 in berkeley. i have seen 77 in emryville. other locations, richmond, 76 degrees. 73 el cerrito. pinole at 70. orinda at 70. blackhawk is very close. san ramon is at 52. in oakland, 72. 75, 77, 76. so very warm there. kensington, 74. and 66 to 72 in san francisco.
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tiburon, 67. there is the 81 at half moon bay. sfo is 66. 49 though santa rosa. 57 concord and livermore. some locations 50s. others there the upper 60s. cloverdale and bodega bay, 70 warm degrees. windsor is 49. so, again, no breeze or maybe 40s or 50s. if you do have the breeze, 70s and 80s. not so pronounced towards santa cruz. santa cruz yesterday was 90. so we will see if they hit that again. soquel, 59. not as warm as half moon bay at 81. high pressure is big time in charge. 78 already in l.a. san bernardino, 86. palm springs is already 90 degrees. and it will be another very warm day. excessive heat warning or high fire danger as you might imagine. and a heat advisory san luis obispo down to santa barbara much the forecast looks to be
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in the mid-90s, upper 90s for the first pitch tonight. warmest ever. 2001 for the diamond backs game which is now chase field was bank one. that was inside. this will be outside. it will still be warmer than what it was then. truckee is 57. sacramento is 351. up and over everything goes. if there is low pressure somewhere -- there it is right in the great lakes. big time there because everything is dropping over the ridge to the west coast. warm to hot conditions today. possible records. highs 80s to near 90 degrees. again, a lot of this is north or easterly direction depend represent. if you don't get that, then you will fall ten degrees shy of that. all of the forecast information thai use had it near 90 for just about everybody today. today will be the warmest day and then slow cooling going into the weekend. still above average. >> thank you, steve. >> yep. >> the time is 7:50. making the san jose state
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>> the police and firefighters were called to a home after a small child became locked inside of a gun safe. the 18-month-old girl was playing with her 3-year-old brother when he apparently locked her inside the safe. the kids reportedly were being cared for by a nanny at the
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time. now, the safe was empty. it was open at the time. fire crews were able to get the combination to the safe but it took a while to figure out how to open that gun safe. the little girl was finally rescued 20 minutes avenue the crew as arrived. and by the way, she was not hurt. well, we now know the names of three people arrested by fremont police in connection with a deadly weekend shooting at a hole tell. they are luis mclaughlin of newark, leticia hermosillo of fremont and robert betancourt of fremont. it happened late saturday night at an extended stay america hotel. no word of a possible motive but police say the victim knew the suspects. a new study on the effects of police body cameras have what many consider surprising conclusions. a study of police officers on the washington, d.c. police force compared 1,000 officers with body cameras to 1,000 officers without. during an 18-month period the study found little difference
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in police behavior when it came to use of force or the number of charges filed by prosecutors. frank a professor at uc berkeley is the author of the book when police kill. he disagrees with the results of this particular study. >> there are substantial indications that the presence or absence of a camera does make a difference. >> 95% of police departments across the country now use body cameras, including most departments in the bay area. gunshot locator devices have been placed around the campus of san jose state university. they pick up the sound of gunshots and pinpoint the location of gunshots for police. the device provide an extra layer of security on campus. surveillance cameras are also being installed at all campus parking garages. there has not been an increase in crime on campus but they want to take advantage of modern tools to prevent crime
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whenever possible. the time is 7:55. cal train putting several projects in the fast lane, preparing for the gas tax that begins next week. they invested $5 billion in road repairs and bridge projects with money expected from the gasoline tax. the funds will noting bogged down in bureaucratic red tape because the state auditor will make sure that the money is used the right way. officials say the work can't start soon enough. >> due to a lack of money, the system falls further and further into disrepair. in fact we stand at 48th in the nation in terms of the condition of our state highway system. >> owe firms say there is a backlog of $130 billion in needed road repairs around the state. another incident involving an air canada flight at sfo. what we are learning about the
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pilot that landed at sfo even though they were told not to. the first witness took the witness stand in the kate steinle murder trial in san francisco. we will tell you what happened in the courtroom in a trial that has attracted national attention. good morning. we see traffic in the silicon valley kind of a busy commute today. now on the left, which is the commute heading down towards san jose state, you will see some slow traffic there. well, they can't buy an 80 degree temp in june, july or august. but that's what it is this morning in half moon bay. we could get near record- setting territory today.
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>> the f.a.a. is investigating a questionable landing by another air canada flight into sfo over the weekend. what the pilot says went wrong and what aviation experts are telling us about it this morning. >> reporter: plus, it's been two weeks since cardinal newman high school in santa rosa was seriously damaged by the tubbs fire. we will tell how the school is coming together to bring back a sense of normalcy. mornings on 2 begins now. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning to you. welcome back here to mornings on 2. it is tuesday, october 24th. i'm alex savidge in today for mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's start you out with weather and traffic as we always do. we have been talking about how warm it is. >> yes. >> a lot of you seeing wind in your neighborhood. my mind immediately goes to fire concerns. >> i'm a little surprised there is no red flag. alex and i talked about it. when you stepped out this morning, you said -- >> it was very windy that. wind owe another the wind is
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out of the east. >> and it was warm. >> yep. >> we had that mainly coast and bay. some areas to the north not so much. even to the east. if you get the easterly breeze, then yes. napa 86 today. 90 today. livermore 85 to 90. san jose from 85 to 90 today. the key though is pacifica, montera, moss beach and half moon bay. a roaring northeast breeze. and that will do it every time there. 26 gusts to 38. they have had stronger gusts than that most of the morning. still a good breeze coming off of the berkeley-oakland hills. the east wind at the berkeley lab, 74. there is an observation at 78 at berkeley already. above the oakland zoo, 72. about 25 to 35 coming off of the hills. it was up to 45. that is decreasing. upper 70s for some. mid-70s for other.
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blackhawk is almost there. pinole, el cerrito, a warm 76. in city, 60s to 70s. around oakland, 71 to 75. 77, 76. there are warm readings already. 60 in san jose. 50, santa rosa. cool there. livermore, 56. concord, 57. high pressure says it will be a warm day for everybody, with record setting warmth in southern california again with temperatures upper -- mid-90s to about 100 degrees for the world series game one tonight. 80s and 90s for everybody around here. sal, you have been busy. where do you want to start? >> we have a crash involving a motorcyclist northbound 17 right near the summit. and it does appear that this is a major backup now with a crash. it also appears according to chp that one of the cars may be on fire. northbound 17 before the summit. if you drive from scotts valley or santa cruz trying to get into the silicon valley, this is going to be a big deal for you. also southbound which is not
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the commute direction but let's say that you're driving that ways inway, you will see slow traffic. it looks like we i got the late -- it looks like i just got the latest from chp. the right lane is blocked. that is a problem for this commute. trying to get up into the valley, the peninsula traffic is slow. and as you can look at here, the traffic on the peninsula is slow, even in daly city, getting to san francisco. the san mateo bridge is slow all the way across. and the bay bridge is backed up for a 25-minute delay. 8:03. back to the desk. >> the f.a.a. is investigating another incident at sfo involving an air canada flight. >> the flight crew in this case failed to respond to instructions from the control tower about landing. this morning, allie rasmus is joining us live from sfo to explain more about what happened here. allie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
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alex. an faa spokesperson says no passengers were in immediate danger because of the incident. what is troubling is that the pilot failed to respond to instructions from the control tower here at sfo prior to landing. here. >> air canada 781, go around. air canada 781 go around. air canada 781 go around. >> reporter: that is someone from inside of the control tower repeatedly telling the pilot of 781 to go around and not land on the runway. they worried that it was not clear yet even though they communicated by radio to give the pilot the all-clear to land. he told him to go around a total of six times with no response from the pilot. the pilot later said they were having radio problems and couldn't hear the instructions. the air traffic controller used a red light gun to get the pilot's attention. that also did not work. luckily the runway was clear
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and the plane landed with no problems. we spoke with an aviation expert to find out what may have gone wrong. >> we are talking about a gun with a history of accidental discharges. it does not have a safety on it. it is marketed that way. they make them -- >> reporter: and i apologize. that is obviously the incorrect sound byte there. but basically what the aviation expert we spoke to, the former safety chairman for the pilots association says it was an odd set of circumstances that the pilot had radio communication five minutes prior to landing and then all of a sudden he did not. so he wasn't sure if maybe the radios actually failed or if the frequency of that pilot's radio somehow got changed. that is one of the things that they will be looking into in the coming days. one thing that i was going to mention, all of this comes three months after another air canada flight back in july here
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at sfo narrowly missed crashing into several other planes when the pilot mistook a crowded taxi way for the runway. the pilot ended up aborting the flight at the last minute and -- excuse me, the landing at the last meeting and came within 60 feet of four planes on the run way. >> the incident, the near disaster led to changes. the f.a.a. changed the rules about when and how pilots can land at night at sfo. we will see if this leads to changes as well. >> it involves the same airline as well. that is interesting. allie rasmus is live at sfo. this will be day two of testimony in the san francisco murder trial of jose ynez garcia zarate. zarate is charged with second degree murder and manslaughter after kate steinle was shot to death as she walked with her father along pier 14 two years
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ago. his attorney told the jurors this shooting was accidental. >> we're talking about a gun with a history of accidental discharges. you know, it does not have a safety on it. it is marketed that way. they make a model with a safety. this is not the one. >> but the prosecutor showed that gun to the jury and said a ballistics expert will testify that the gun will only fire when the trigger is pulled. she went on to say that kate steinle is dead because jose ynez garcia zarate pointed the gun at her and pulled the trigger. this trial is expected to last at least six weeks. the time is 8:07. cal fire officials continue to make slow progress against all of the fires burning in the north bay. they say it could be friday before all four of the major fires are completely contained. right now 90% containment of the pocket fire in geyserville. they have a 95% containment on the atlas fire, the biggest
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containment number. two weeks after the north bay fire storm ravaged their campus, cardinal newman high school students are heading back to class this morning at a number of locations. last night they held their first football game. it was dedicated to victims and survivors of the fires. >> i think it is huge for us as a team to get back together. >> reporter: monday night football, sonoma county style. cardinal newman and rancho are north bay rivals. the nonleague matchup was less about competition than character. half of cardinal newman's campus was destroyed by the tubbs fire. and it had barely cooled when they started practicing again. >> a lot of hugs and a lot of emotion. seeing if people are okay and stuff. >> first it was on the back burner but now it is everything. it is basically the one thing that we have left. >> this player saw his house burp. he is among nine of the players
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who lost homes. his regular jersey burped up so he is wearing another number and just happy to be playing. >> it has not been fun. having the past two weeks off, not having a game. >> the game began with a moment of silence for lives lost. and then special recognition for first responders. and their role saving people and property. newman's coach says it is about overcoming. he took his cues from his students who did not hesitate forging ahead with the season. >> in talking to the kids who had their houses burped down, they said this is our senior year. we want to get this going. the principal agreed. we're excited to be here. >> it is very important to those players and to the school as a whole. it feels like we can do this. we still have a school and we are able to move forward. >> reporter: and it was a night for community healing as well. 90 cardinal newman families lost their hopes. those parents were feeling the
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support as they rooted foretheir sons. >> just have normalcy back and get with his friends and not have it be about the fire and what are we going to do but actually feel like he is part of everyday life again. >> reporter: a close team, brought even closer and learning some lessons about resilience. >> my house burned down. it was in the middle of coffee park. so unfortunately i lost my house. but my family is safe. that's all that matters to me. >> it is fun to get back playing football, doing something that you love. it is a good distracts. >> reporter: ktvu fox 2 news. rancho ended up winning the game 44-28. the two teams will play against november 4th. we will have the latest on a series of meetings happening today designed to help people find new homes after the wildfires. president trump comes here to capitol hill here today to lobby for tax cuts.
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i'm doug luzader in washington. we will have more on his visit just ahead. good morning. we do see that traffic is still getting busier on some commutes. and improving on others. we will sort it out for you coming up. well, the coast is the place to be around the bay. temperatures 60, 70s and 80s already. this will be the warmest day of the week. we will show you how warm.
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>> the time is 8:14. president trump is heading to capitol hill today to press republicans on tax reform, while lawmakers work on a budget. >> doug luzader has a look now at the effort to get tax reform finalized by the end of the year. >> reporter: what we have so far are proposed tax rates. but that's about it. everyone loves the idea of tax cuts. paying for them will be the crux of the debate as the president comes to capitol hill today to twist some arms. a meeting of the minds between the white house and republicans in congress. president trump plans on joining gop senators for the first time today at the regular tuesday lunch. on the table, tax reform. >> thank you for hosting us. >> reporter: the president's daughter ivanka trump traveled to pennsylvania yesterday to push the white house message and move forward on the first major rewrite of the tax code in 30 years. >> tax reform will impact everyone. simplification will impact everyone to the positive.
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simpler is better. >> reporter: but making it simpler means getting rid of things. to some degree at least, shifting the cost of proposed lower tax rates. democrats are not on board. >> the american people should know that the money to pay for that giant tax cut for the rich is coming from somewhere. and it is likely to be coming from their pocket books. >> reporter: members of congress from high tax states, for example, will balk at reducing the deductibility of state and local taxes. a suggestion to cut the size of popular tax deferred 401(k) plans ran into a dead end from the president who said on twitter, there will be no clay to your 401(k). this has always been a great middle class tax break that works and it stays. that shows how difficult it is to go after specific tax deductions as a way to pay for lower rates. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. a federal judge in san
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francisco is expected to rule either today or tomorrow on a request by california and 18 other states to block the trump administration's plan to cut off insurance subsidies under the affordable care act. the states want the judge to order the administration to keep making the payments while the case is heard. yesterday the judge suggested he probably won't order an emergency injunction because the states have not proved that people are in eminent harm. cal exam and other states anticipated that the subsidies would end. four leading democratic candidates for governor of california will debate today in san francisco. those candidates are former l.a. mayor antonio vilaraigosa, lieutenant governor gavin newsome, john chiang and delaine eastin. this is video from last weekend of a similar forum held in anaheim. they will appear at noon at the city club of san francisco.
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it is sponsored by the san francisco chronicle. the top two finishers move on to the general election in november. so our question of the day with the leading democratic gubinatorial candidates debating today, based on what you know about them right now, who would you vote for? 8% say antonio vilaraigosa. 80% say newsome. let us know what you think by voting on twitter or leave a comment on our ktvu facebook page. the time is 8:17 on this warm morning. sal, i wouldn't be surprised if a knew people had the ac going in the car. >> absolutely. i just stepped outside like dave likes to do and i went to my car to get something and it's like wow, this is pretty warm already. let's start off with the south bay where it is probably going to be pretty warm today. northbound 280 has improved a little bit. so this commute is beginning to get a little better.
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southbound a little slow. but if you look at highway 17, we have a problem here. northbound 17 and southbound 17, a crash involving a motorcycle and several other cars. traffic will be slow. if you're driving from santa cruz or scotts valley into the silicon valley, you will see a lot of slow traffic on 17. traffic is getting through. but the travel lanes are blocked. so people are using the parking lot at the summit to get around the problem. you can see that 280 is a little improved. but once you get to highway 17, it's very slow. 85 and 101 are also slow into mountain view and sunnyvale. on the peninsula, it will be moderately highway. 101 san francisco, let's look at that. moderately heavy up to the downtown area. 880 across the bay slows near the coliseum or a little before that actually. at the bay bridge, it is a 25 to 30-minute delay. 8:18. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. it is clear and very warm for
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some. a little cool for others. most of the warmth is on the san mateo coast or around berkeley and oakland where it is warm out there. no fog for sure. it has been chewed up and wiped out. when you get a northeast breeze going about 40 miles per hour that, will do it for some. so we start off clear. these were the records yesterday in southern california. long beach, los angeles, lax and ucla all 100 to 105. close to that today. these are the records that we need to beat today. oakland airport 88 would tie a record. sfo's 86 would fall short of 88 in 1965. mountain view would set a record. santa rosa's 90 would fall short. other locations will. san jose, 90. that would tie a record high going back to 1959. san carlos, 71. half moon bay is 82.
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moss beach, 81. pacifica, 76. but they have a very strong breeze coming out of the east or northeast. there is 23, gusting to 44 miles per hour at the half moon bay airport, which is why they're 82 warm degrees. out of the oakland perkily hills, you have 75 and an event wind. i've seen about 36 miles per hour. northeast or north above the oakland zoo. they're all in the 70s. that translates into warm temperatures. berkeley at 78. richmond is at 78 degrees. tiburon, 68. and 68, 68, 70, 72, in san francisco with a couple of 75, 76, 77 degree readings in oakland. it will be very warm for some. 50 santa rosa. fairfield is 51. hayward is 63. they hit 90 yesterday. oakland airport at 65 degrees. cool for some and really warm
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for others. high pressure is here and not going to break down any time soon. i think it will have to wait until early november. 52 out in sacramento. and if it is sunny and warm here, there must be something somewhere downstream or upstream in the form of low pressure. there is over the hawaiian islands. it was 58 in honolulu this morning. they had two and a half inches of rain. h. >> raegan: lo had two and a half inches not rain. currently 59 in honolulu. that is cold. that system you get the ridge going up and over. the west coast you see the airflow right there. everything diving down into the middle of the country. there musting low pressure. there it is in the great lakes, sending in cool conditions. chicago is cool and raining. we get the high pressure to the west and east. and they get the low pressure. 80 to 90 degrees for just about everybody today.
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the warmest temps near half moon bay. here they are at 90. >> right. now is the time for the vacation. >> there you go. >> are the winds going to keep you all day. >> they will taper off. >> thank you, steve. a deadly crash in san jose late last night. the latest on the continuing investigation this morning into how the crash happened.
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more hardware around north korea. jail mattis met with allies in the philippines. china was missing from the meeting because they are at odds with some of their neighbors over expansion in the south china sea. some say president trump's plan to isolate north korea is he is can lating tensions but the white house is defending his foreign policy. >> we need to, you know, let the president take the lead on this front. putting pressure on north korea. this is a president that wants to be aggressive and take big action. >> the president is planning to visit asia next month. expected to push china to take action against north korea. this morning, antioch police are investigating a deadly shooting. officers responded to a call of shots fired at 10:30 last night near bon fair market on the 900 block of west 10th street. a man had been shot at least once and was pronounced dead at the scene. there is no motive that is yet
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known. no arrests have been made. if anyone has information on the deadly shooting, call antioch police. this morning the chp is investigating a deadly crash involving 7 vehicles that happened in the south bay last night. just before 10:00, investigators rushed to southbound 85 at great oaks boulevard in san jose. the highway was shut down for more than three hours but it has since reopened. the cause of this chain reaction crash is still not clear. we have asked the chp for more information about the person who was killed in this crash. we have not heard back from officials so we are awaiting more information. tonight people staying at homeless encampment in the east bay could be evicked. they are given a 72-hour eviction notice. the camp began in january near martin luther king and abline
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street. bart owns the property they're on and it is bart police who posted the eviction notice. some 25 people live there. many say they have nowhere else to go. 8:27 is the time. record-breaking heat all across california. and that includes los angeles. we will tell you what this could mean for game one of the world series tonight. sonoma county and santa rosa city leaders are looking to take action on proposals aimed to help fire evacuees find new housing and stay within the area. coming up, we have the proposal that they're looking at. we see interstate 80 is beginning to get a little better now. just a glimmer of hope here as you drive out to the maze. we will give you a traffic time for the drive coming up. n:3:3:3
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>> the time is 8:30. welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm alex savidge in for mike mibach today. if you poked your head outside already,. >> it is warm and toasty. most. not all. that is correct. sunny for everybody, that's for sure. temperatures by far the warmest are around half moon bay. the city going for 88 today. originally went 90. i trimmed that back a little bit. they were at 72 at 6:00 in the morning. but still well above average. the record will be close. 90 in 1965. temperatures on the peninsula in the 60s and 70s. moss beach is 82. half moon bay reports 82. pacifica is 76 warm, warm degrees. they get that northeast wind, 23, gusting to 44 miles per hour. just roaring over there. other locations are in the 60s,
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70s. pittsburgh says 71. san ramon, 53. but mid-70s around richmond and he will so braunite and el cerrito and berkeley even at 79 degrees. 68 to 72 in san francisco. in oakland, a lot of mid-70s already. with some of that easterly breeze, it will be very warm for some coast and bay. still warm inland. right now very warm with high pressure over the entire west coast, even down to southern california where it will be near 100 degrees again. 80s to near 90 degrees. about 86 to 92 should cover it. all right. you've been busy all over the place. where would you like to start now. >> steve, i'm going to start with a picture that you're going to love because you use it as well. we're going to go to the golden gate bridge here. i'm going to show you the traffic and also the beautiful weather here coming out from the robin williams tunnel, heading down to the toll plaza and into san francisco's marin district. it is a beautiful shot.
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this is a look at 80 westbound across the bay. you can see that traffic is beginning to get better as you drive through. at the bay bridge toll plaza, that definitely is a backup of about 20 minutes. maybe a little bit more. there have been no major issues on 880 northbound. however, we do have slow traffic this morning as you drive through. this is a look at 880 southbound, driving all the way down to milpitas. it is solid and slow. now, the south bay commute has been very slow, especially along northbound 101, getting into mountain view. all of the freeways are jam packed. we still have the problem in the santa cruz mountains, northbound 17 at the summit. expect big delays. 8:32. back to the desk. officials in sonoma county and the city of seat rosa want to make it easier for fire victims to find someplace to live. >> thousands of homes were destroyed in an area that was already facing a housing shortage. >> reporter: more than 6,000 homes were lost in the
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wildfires. now local government leaders want to help evacuees find new housing options and stay within the area. the wildfires wiped out whole neighborhoods. and it is estimated that the rebuilding process could take several years. there are already state emergency laws to prevent price gouging on rent. for long-term rentals the board of supervisors in sonoma county will decide on a proposed ordinance that bars landlords from increasing rent unless they can justify an increase from before the wildfire diseaser it. similarly the city's proposed rent ordinance will stop landlords from raising rents more than 10%. both county and city leaders will look at relaxing housing rules, such as allowing people to live on rvs on property as the homes are rebuilt and allowing people to rent out guest and pool houses. the ordinance could be in effect through 2019. currently the board of supervisors meeting is taking
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place right now. at 4:00 will be the city council meeting. in santa rosa, leigh martinez, ktvu fox 2 news. plans are in the works to start the cleanup in the south bay. officials outlined plans for cleaning up the debris left behind by the north bay fires. the first phase will start this week. it focuses on household hazardous waste and debris, including asbestos, pesticides, propane tanks, air conditioners and refrigerators. >> so at the end of the day we can return to you a safe and environmentally clean site for your family to rebuild. and our goal that we're pushing hard on in terms of mobilizing crews is to have that work completed by early 2018. >> hundreds of people attended the meeting to get a better idea of how the clean-up will be handled so they can begin the rebuilding process. in lake county, two people were shot and killed inside of their homes about i a man who went to several other locations
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and opened fire. this shooting began yesterday morning in clearlake oaks which is north of the city of clearlake. investigators believe that 61- year-old allen ashmore is the gunman in this case that fired into the homes in clearlake oaks. two men died at different locations. investigators say the suspect also shot and injured a woman on the same street. he then drove off and shot at two people at nearby gas stations. >> grabbing cigarettes off of the top shelf. i turned to look at him and next thing you know he is turned towards me and pointing a gun -- literally looking down the barrel of a gun. grabbed a couple of leitners and put it to his hip and walked out the door. >> a chp officer was also shot and injured during the rampage. the suspect eventually surrendered after leading deputyson a four-mile-long chase -- deputies on a four- mile-long chase.
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jessie, this highlights district failures in cases of sexual assault on some campuses. >> the board president says that mcghee will have to turn over the keys to a house that was purchased via a loan secured by the district. let's go ahead and take a look at the video. dr. mcghee abruptly resigned last month saying that he would retire at the end of his contract at the end of 2018. it came after a report that was made public in september. it found that the district responded to a sexual assault at a high school bathroom did
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not comport with key aspects of title 9, state law, board policies. last may in one of our 2 investigates reports we talked to the 14-year-old girl who said an upper class boy who was a student at the time forced her to perform oral sex in a school bathroom. the district investigated but the report found that the title coordinator did not tell the girl's parents that she could file a claim for sexual discrimination at the school. the coordinator has left the school district and been replaced with a coordinator that we will speak with later today to see how the changes are going and if the hearing to crystal clear policies regarding the sexual assaults on campus. we will have an update later today. >> thank you, jessie. game one of the world series gets underway down in los angeles tonight. and it could set a record as
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soon as the first pitch is thrown. an excessive heat warning will be in place as the game gets underway. the forecast is calling for a game-time temperature nearing 100 degrees. that could make fans uncomfortable. no matter how long they have waited to see their team in the fall classic. the current high temperature for a world series game, the record is 94 degrees. that was set when the diamond backs hosted the yankees in 2001. the average price of a ticket to the world series is expected to reach record levels. the average ticket price for the first game between the dodgers and astros is among the highest ever at nearly $3,000 a ticket. if there is a game 7 in the series, those tickets will sore in costs to more than $5,000 a piece. game one of the world series glitz underway tonight. you can watch it right here on ktvu fox 2. the dodgers versus
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the astros from dodgers stadium in los angeles. we will have every pitch of the world series right here on channel 2. if you want your local news, that will be on ktvu plus. the warriors dominated the dallas mavericks last night, winning 133-103. the warriors put 40 points on the mavs in the first quarter of last night's game. steph curry, kevin durant combined for 75 points. the highlight was from rookie jordan bell. >> jordan bell said not another one. jordan bell will ride it in. going off of the backboard. had a little fun. hello. >> jordan bell got fancy there. his teammates of course in awe. i would say. they love the alley-oop off of the glass to himself. however, some of the mavericks players probably some fans too didn't really like this play.
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especially late in the game. steve kerr had a chat with bell. curious what he told him. the warriors will be playing the raptors tomorrow night at oracle. we are learning any bids placed for the amazon headquarters. the impact on housing prices if it comes to the bay area. right now we have a bunch of slow traffic. we call it the late crowd. although getting a little more separation here. we will give you the traffic time for the commute. it is not often we say that half moon bay is the warmest spot in the bay area. but it is right now. 82 degrees. we will take a look at what is in store for the tuesday temps. this is the new comfort food.
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our country depends on it. >> welcome back to mornings on 2. what are the odds the bay area might get amazon's second headquarters? we have new numbers for you. >> big names in business are fueling a run on wall street. let's bring in pam cook for a look at today's money business. >> caterpillar, 3m, general motors all beating the street estimates for the quarterly reports. that sent stocks up right when the opening bell rang. just about two hours ago. those stocks leading the way. taking a look at the numbers right now, the dow jones now up
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even a little bit more from the last time that we spoke about an hour ago. up 186 points. 23,460. up almost -- well, a full percentage point there. .80%. nasdaq is also back above 6600. up a quarter of a percent. the s&p 500 is up as well to 2569. after a relationship for more than 100 years, sears will stop selling products made by whirlpool. sears said it could not reach a pricing agreement with whirlpool that also makes maytag, kitchen aid and jenn- air. it has been struggling to stay competitive. it will focus on the kenmore brand along with lg, samsung, ge, and bosch. we will see what happens. amazon received 238 bids for its second headquarters. the proposals came from all over north america. all but seven states pitched an
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idea. the promise from amazon is a $5 billion construction project and 50,000 new jobs. as we know several bay area cities submitted bids. according to a popular gambling website, atlanta has emerged as the early favorite to be the home of amazon's second headquarters. the website has atlanta as a 2/1 favorite. followed by austin, texas. san jose comes in 8th on the list. 18/1. followed by los angeles at 20/1. atlanta has a large airport and a technical workforce. those are the qualities that amazon is looking for. a new study shows that rent increases would be severe in san jose if it lands amazon's h2q. that is $30,000 over the next two years for individual households. amazon will announce which city it is selecting for the second headquarters next year. halloween just a week away.
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you're in luck if you live in san francisco. san francisco is the best city to trick-or-treat because kids can get the most candy in the least amount of time. presidio heights is the best neighborhood. and san jose, it is the west san jose neighborhoods. so we're talking about candy. i kind of looked up stats. which candies are most popular? there are candies according to the united states. it varies state to state. do you want to take a guess in california what is the most popular candy. >> i probably have eaten my lion's share of snickers in the state. >> i will go with reese's. >> those two i would have put as number one. >> it says life savers. >> what? >> i put those on the assignment desk at work. and they sit there. >> right. i posted this on instagram. it is fun. four stats like candy corn. >> interesting. >> another one you would bring
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into work. >> yeah. >> it sounds like the urban density in san francisco is good for the trick-or-treaters. they can hit more houses. >> good bang for the buck. >> thank you, pam. >> good advice. let's help you get out the door. sal castaneda is holding down traffic all morning long. >> life savers. did they interview any grandma for that survey. in goodness. the traffic on 80 westbound finally a little bit of improvement here. i want to show you a time. 49 minutes. it had been a little higher than that. now the carquinez bridge to the mac maze, you will see that traffic will be taking 49 minutes. when you get to the bay bridge, start counting again. 25 minutes there all the way to the -- to actually getting on the bridge. 880 northbound is slowing down from about north of 238 all the way to downtown oakland. you can see southbound 880 is slowing from 238 all the way to fremont. at 8:47, let's bring in steve with today's hot weather.
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>> that is correct, sir. thank you, sal. some of the warmest temps around moss beach and half moon bay which are 83 warm degrees. can you believe that, alex? 83 degrees. possible records today. they had a bunch down in southern california yesterday. long beach, santa maria, burbank, l.a. and lax and ucla at 100 to 105. sfo at 86, two short. santa rosa's 90 to fall two short of 92 set in 2003. i'm not sure that they will hit that. maybe the airport. but i don't think in town. san jose, 90. forecast high. that would tie a record going back to 1959. way above on the high. 18 degrees compared to average for this time of year. it is not reporting but i just looked. it is 83 degrees at the half moon bay airport. moss beach is 83. pacifica, 78 warm degrees. but there are other locations
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that are warm. the reason being, they have gusts of almost 40 miles per hour northeast at half moon bay. east/southeast oakland and sfo. those are all off shore directions. also coming out of the berkeley oakland hills, good gusts as well. coming down a little bit. they were up to 45. now about 25 to about 35. 75 at the berkeley lab. i'm not sure what is going on with the oakland north and oakland south. they were reporting. now they're not. it is 76 at one observation in berkeley where it has been very, very warm around there as well. pinole, 70 degrees. vallejo, already 70. 75 in richmond. el cerrito and berkeley 76. they were at 80 at one time this morning. san francisco at 60s to 73 degrees. very warm start here. 50 santa rosa. that is probably much warmer by now. napa airport 61. fairfield a cool 51. not much of a breeze there. high pressure, winds out of the west big time. already 89 in palm springs.
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79 in l.a. excessive heat warnings and high fire danger. red flag. temperatures will continue to be very warm. amazingly deep system down in the hawaiian islands. honolulu had two and a half inches of rain and so did hilo, temperatures 59. average low is 73. they get the systems. we get high pressure and very warm temps. that equals upper 80s, mid-80s to 90s and i think after today, alex, it will be a slow churn down. it will be very warm to the end of the week. >> yeah. the heat surprised me when i stepped out the door this morning. >> it was warm. >> thank you, steve. preparing for the worst in the south bay. coming up, the new emergency alert system designed to keep people safe.
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>> a new emergency alert system could be coming to san jose. it will be used in the rock springs neighborhood that was flooded last february. they have long range acoustic
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device that's can broadcast warning messages up to a mile away. a smaller speaker can be mounted on a vehicle and driven around a neighborhood. announcing evacuation orders up to 500 feet in distance. >> automatic loud announcement that we can make any time of the day or night so the public can hear the announcement at the same time as sending out the other devices. it is one of many things, many tools that we have to notify the public. >> the system went through a dry run last week when officials took it to santa rosa to help get information to evacuees following the north bay wildfires. another demonstration of the system will take place this weekend in san jose. many of california's levees still need fixing before this coming winter. construction crews are scrambling to repair damage done to levees during the record rains last winter. there are 14,000 miles of levees in the state. the department of water
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resources says the levee repair plan only covers 10% of those. caltrans is putting several transportation projects in the fast lane, preparing for the gas tax hike that takes place next week. they have expedited about $5 billion of road repair and bridge projects with money expected from the tax. officials estimate there is a backlog of about $130 billion in necessary road repairs around our state. a new study shows san francisco has one of the worst commutes in the country. if you needed a study to tell you that. the robert half study finds commuters in san francisco have the second longest commute, averaging 59 minutes round trip. washington, d.c. has the longest commute, beating san francisco by about a minute. this study also finds san francisco's commute is the fifth most stressful. a second study also says that when you add 20 minutes to your commute, it has the same negative effect on job satisfaction as taking a 19%
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pay cut. improving safety on the san jose state campus. up next here, the new technology being installed to detect if there is a shooting on or near campus.
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vallejo police are asking for the public's help in finding a driver involved in a hit-and-run. a mother was pushing her three- year-old daughter and two-year- old son in a double stroller across turner parkway early sunday evening. they were near a shopping center when they were hit. the mother wasn't hurt, but the children were critically injured. they have been to pushing, the neighbors said, to get a stop walk at that area. >> it's tough for pedestrians, especially those who want to go to the shopping center, because there is no marked crosswalk
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for them, so they have to risk their lives pretty much across four lanes of traffic. >> the little girl's condition is improving, but the little brother remains in critical condition. it's knot still not clear why the driver left the scene. police say this is the car they are looking for, an older white acura. it has some damage to the front end. if you have information about this car or the driver, please call vallejo police. police in santa clara were called into into a home after an 18-month-old girl and three- year-old brother were playing and he apparently locked her inside a gun safe. they were reportedly being cared for by a neighbor at the time. fire crews got the combination to the safe, which was empty, but it did take a while to open it. they freed the girl 20 minutes
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after they arrived. she was not hurt. a new study of the results of police body cameras on the washington d.c. police officer compared 1,000 officers with body cameras to 1,000 without. during an 18 month period, the study found little difference in police behavior when it came to use of force, civilian complaints, other the number of charges filed by prosecutors. a professor at u.c. berkeley told us he disagrees with the results of this particular study. 59% of the police departments nationwide now use body cameras, including most departments here in the bay area. gun shot locater devices have been placed around the campus of one local university. campus police say the devices provide an extra layer of security on campus. surveillance cameras are also being installed at all campus
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parking garages. provides say there has not been any significant increase in crime on campus, but they want to prevent crime whenever possible. today at 9:00, the sonoma county board of supervisors addresses,000 help the thousands of people left homeless following the north bay fires. plus, a special ceremony held for the first officer killed on duty in alameda county 150 years ago. and as breast cancer awareness month continues, what women and men should look out for. how to get help, and the products you can buy to support the cause. they do say that october has some of the best weather for the bay area, and this is one of those days i woke up and did one of those scooby doo double takes. i left the house so early,

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