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helped that. could be drizzle in the mix, as well. 40s and 50s -- but a lot of 50s. i doubt these change for much. cupertino, sarasota, low 50s. 55 due west and 25 gusts almost to 40 west-southwest of vacaville. a seabreeze with gusts to 40 at the altamonte pass. that system cooled off finally in southern california, as well so we turned the page to a much cooler pattern with rain on the way. a big fog bank, windy and cooler conditions late thursday to friday. friday is the main day right now. 60s, 70s and 50s closer to the water's edge. sal?
a family died in the fire, the parents burned and still in the hospital. >> and in sonoma county many families are starting to see what their new normal is. today all santa rosa public schools will be open for the first time since the fire broke out three weeks ago. the mark west union district and schools in geyserville will be cleaning today, contaminating classrooms and offices to keep students and staff safe. two school, schaefer and another elementary school will not open get but those students will be sent to other schools in their district. the latest report has the nun's, tubs and pocket fires all -- tubbs and pocket fires all contained in the next
three days. the combined fires destroyed almost 9,000 buildings and burned almost 250 square miles and the cause for the fires are still under investigation. investigation. , last night in with are more police than usual at the closing night of greater halloween haunt because thieves targeted the halloween night celebration. about 100 young people terrorize thousands of visitors and employees at the park. guests said the groups of thief, including some armed with tasers, ran through the crowd, stealing phones,
purses and danya bacchus. there are -- backpacks. there were also reports of about 30 people hurt. police were called in and arrested a juvenile. no reports of serious problems last night, the final night of great america's halloween haunt this year. the contra costa sheriff's department is asking for help after a deadly shooting early yesterday morning in discovery bay. deputies responded to reports of cars spinning donuts in a quiet area near ravenswood park. moments later they received reports of shots fired a few blocks away. by the time they arrive ad 48- year-old man was dead. >> we haven't located any kind of party. the victim appears to be someone walking around his own neighborhood. >> the man killed had confronted the people in the speeding car. the cars were described as a red mitsubishi eclipse and a
gray american made sports car. now investigators are asking people that live in the area to turn over their surveillance camera video and hope that will help them identify the cars and the drivers. happening today there will be changes on highway 4 for you drivers. the meters will now be fully activated in the eastbound direction from alhambra avenue in martinez to long tree way in antioch. caltrans says this is part of an effort to ease traffic jams during the busy commute hours. also this week a statewide gas tax goes into affect, with gas prices jumping by $0.12 on wednesday because of the new tax. governor brown signed the bill earlier this year that will raise $52 billion in the next ten years to pay for transportation improvements. one of the goals is to have 98% of the state's highway pavements in good or fair conditions by 2027 but there is an effort to create a ballot
measure in 2018 to repeal the new tax. also, on wednesday open enrollment starts for cover california. the state-run insurance under the affordable health care act announced monthly premiums will rise next year by an average of 12.5%. and officials could start a 12.4% surcharge on many policies in president trump and congress don't commit to funding a key set of the subsidies. california says all 11 health insurance companies will return to the exchange in 2018 although anthem blue cross will no longer -- bluecross no longer will officer that coverage next year. the astros beat the dodgers 13-12 last night. the game became a slug fest,
both teams trading leads all through the night. the dodgers blow two three-run leads. the game went into extra innings tied at 12. then this moment in the bottom of the 10th. astros 3rd baseman alex bregman comes up. comes up. just like that he knocked in the winning run more than five hours after the game began. so the astros won. they have a three game to two lead in the world series. it up to the dodgers to try to defense their home field. the world series shifts back to dodgers stadium tomorrow night -- dodger stadium tomorrow night. the game starts tomorrow night. you will see it here on ktvu fox 2. the historic flooding in
south korea worse than what hit houston. that as the state capitol is at risk of natural disaster. >> is someone about to be arrested in the latest trump investigation. the latest developments coming up. >> and a big pattern change has begun to a cooler one and the low cloud deck has really moved well inland. we will take a look at what is in store for halloween and then rain later in the week.
welcome back. there are several reports that paul manafort will surrender today to federal authorities. >> all part of the special investigation into russia's possible involvement in the 2016 election. now more live from washington, d.c. doug, this is all coming in right now. what are you learning? >> reporter: good morning. we knew something was about to happen here. this was reported over the weekend in a couple of sources including cnn and reuters that an indictment was forthcoming. now we learned two individuals are set to turn themselves in today in connection to this ongoing investigation into possible ties between the trump campaign and individuals in russian. those two people that apparently are going to turn themselves in today, according to the new york time, former
trump campaign chairman paul manafort, a big player in the campaign for a short period of time. nonetheless we know he is someone that has been a target in the investigation. at one point his house was raided by investigators. the other individual, according to the new york times, rick gates, a deputy of sorts to paul manafort. we don't know what these individual kos be charged with. it could be more about manafort's business dealings even outside the work he did for the trump campaign. nonetheless it is possible investigators are using these individuals or attempt to use these individuals in an effort to glean more information, raise the stakes for them to get them to provide more information about individuals closer to trump's orbit or something just sort of related to the white house and trump campaign. we don't know. information will be tough to come by on this because these proceedings are supposed to be
secret. supposed to be. we have seen leaks on this stuff already. >> doug, is the feeling that this is going to get bigger and bigger, and more people than involved and coming forward? >> reporter: well, if the past is prologue, then for. that is the criticism of special prosecutors. they don't have a highly will defined role so they can continue an investigation and move out wherever they see fit as long as there is some connection to their initial mandate. it is possible the charges in this case may not get too close to the trump campaign. it is possible they may be directly related to the trump campaign. we just don't know at this stage. >> still breaking. doug, thank you, live from washington, d.c. >> we will continue to follow that story as new developments come in. n.
our time is 5:14. well islamic state militants have threatened a member of britain's royal family. a photo of little prince george reportedly has been posted on an encrypted messaging app with a message quote even the royal family will not be left alone. the message on the app also includes the address of prince george's school and a comment quote school starts early. isis used that same app to recruit the terrorists behind the christmas market attack on berlin last year. right now it is 5:14 and we want to check in with sal who is keeping an eye on traffic on this monday morning. how does it look, sal?
>> it looks okay. good morning to you, dave and pam, and also to you at home. there is still a problem, however at northbound 101 and highway 85. that is blocking lanes on northbound 101. you can already tell. i put the arrow there where there is slow traffic coming up on 85. hopefully this will be gone before there is a major affect on the commute. if you are after 85 you are not even going on the freeway. 280 and 101 are doing well into the west valley. a live look at 280 in downtown shows, looking good -- san jose, looking good on cupertino. traffic is still light. at 5:15, let's bring in steve with today's weather. thank you.
we had a big pattern change that started saturday, swept over the area on sunday and continues this morning. low clouds, pretty good gusts for some toward fairfield, anywhere from 35 to 40 miles per hour. those are out of the west, thankfully. rain is on the way but not until late thursday or early friday. this looks more like a mountain event for snow than it does for rain for us. we will see how things continue to come in four days away. we have a way the go. we will take any kind of rain because we need it. we have had one system, and things are on the way but not for four days. lows game into central and southern california ramping up the fog bank. a little local drizzle in there, as well. higher clouds, but the low clouds make a push well inland, keeping temperatures in check. 40s, a few. a lot of 50s. around oakland and berkeley, emoryville, san francisco, everyone is really close, about 51 to 55 degrees.
51 tim ron. alameda 5. 54 in the city. and a lot more 54s, even in oakland. it is westerly, southwesterly. west there, as well. severing turning to the north- northeast and west-southwest, almost 40 miles per hour in fairfield. that is the key. if you are heading in that direction, coming in that direction, hang on. there are good gusts already. 28 in truckee. 40s, 50s for others and even southern california finally cooled off from that system there. a weak system brushing by with cloud cover spilling over us that should be enough to clear out this low cloud deck, but it is opening the door for the big pattern change. a fog bank in place, low clouds and local drizzle and cooling into the weekend. still holding onto the a few 70s but after wednesday those will disappear. 50s, 60s to maybe 70 degrees,
temperatures average to slightly below, something we have not said much of for are four months. 50s, 60s from the coast to the peninsula. turning cloudy thursday. rain comes with snow in the mountains into the weekend. we will take it. >> you bet. the time is 5th inning 18. the sentencing hearing for army sergeant bowe bergdahl will continue today. expected to testify is the wife of the wounded soldier mark alan, not in the head anniversary bergdahl walked away from the most -- head after bergdahl walked away from his post in 2009. he could be sentenced town life in prison. in spain hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated in barcelona over the weekend saying they do not support the catalonia independence movement. now, these demonstrators want
to remain a part of spain. however, political leaders in catalonia have declared the region's independence. that has led to the central spanish government saying it will take over control of the regional government this week. the united states and european union are urging the two sides to come together. well, puerto rico's government-owned power company is canceling a $300 million contract with a small company in montana to rebuild puerto rico's power grid. federal investigators have been looking into the contract that was awarded to whitefish energy holdings from irtera i don't remember secretary ryan zinke's hometown. the deal was signed two days before the storm hit puerto rico when it with you becoming increasingly clear the hurricane could do a lot of damage. the power company needs to find another contractor to do the
work now, puerto rico says. says. there is a question as to why whitefish energy was picked for the job in the first place with only two full-time employees. puerto rico is still 75% without power. well, more delays for the newest phone from apple. we will tell you how much longer eager fans will have to wait to get the latest iphone.
. welcome back to mornings on 2. 5:23. happening today amazon is opening a new, free, same-day pickup location for prime members on east san jose street in san jose. this is the 8th pick-up location that is same day in california. a reviewed of public records found that amazon applied for and gained approval
for pharmaceutical licenses in 12 states. california is not one of them. the explanation is amazon may set up pharmacies inside of whole foods stores. it purchased whole foods earlier this year. we are get are more details on upgrades planned for the hilltop mall in richland. it would be called the shops at hilltop. in the next 18 months the shopping center will have a whole new look including a movie theater, live theater, grocery store and up to 40 restaurants. developers are not saying which restaurants will be at the mall, but going after well known retailers like h & m and forever 21. general motors agreed to a $13.9 million settlement over claims it intentionally hid very serious safety defects in cars and trucks. gm settled with orange county from a lawsuit that was filed in 2014. the safety defects involve bad
ignition switches linked to 400 deaths and injuries. earlier this month general motors also agreed to a separate $120 million settlement with 49 states and the district of columbia. california received $7 million from that settlement. the time is 5:45. southwest airlines bringing live music to the skies. southwest announced a deal with warner music to keep the live at 35 concert series. that means one singer or band will play a few songs during select flights. the program began in 2011. southwest will now bring the music to 20 flights every year. apple's newest iphone could arrive later than expected. orders opened on friday and since then the company announced a five to six week backlog for most of the orders. the launch date orders sold out in 10 minutes.
the first iphone 10s are due to ship out on friday, the starting price just under $1,000. our time is 5:26. chipotle is offering $3 burrito, bowl, salads and tacos to anyone that comes in wearing a costume on halloween. that deal starts at 3:00 p.m. to the store closes tomorrow night. but you better pull out all the stops when you get dressed up. it is up to potatoes and the staff to determine whether your costume qualifies for the discount. now, if the mask and wigs aren't your thing, no costume is required to get into chipotle 's "boo rito give away." one person can windberitos for a year by entering the contest online. coming up, a new study says most of sacramento could be under water if a big storm
hits northern california. and another sex scandal in hollywood. actor kevin spacey responding to allegations that he made sexual advances on an under- aged actor 30 years ago. good morning. you can see traffic is getting busier all over the place. a live look at the east shore freeway. you can see traffic is filling in. well, filling in the the big fog bank and hide mid-level clouds. a mostly cloudy and cooler day. no doubt about that. tomorrow mostly clear, but halloween it is not going to be very body camera, on the cool side -- very warm, on the cool side. this is the new comfort food.
well, good morning. welcome back to mornings on 2, monday morning, october 30th. i am dave. >> good morning, i am pam cook. i can't believe it is almost the end of october. it is flying by. >> yes! >> let's check in with steve. tomorrow is an important forecast for a lot of people. >> it won't be warm. i can tell you that, but at least it will be dry. >> that is a big improvement from last year. it was very wet. >> we have rain into the week but not the next couple days. changes have begun, maybe drizzle. low clouds, higher mid level clouds, as well, 50s and 60s. the majority of the inland temperatures will be hard- pressed to get over 68 but there are a few. rain on the way, but not until
late thursday or early friday. maybe again over the weekend. it will turn much colder. this looks like a snow event more than a rain event, at least right now. maybe 1 to 3, to 2 to 4 feet of snow in the sierra as we head to the weekend. a head's up on that. it could be okay rain especially after the one system we had that left a third of an inch to half an inch. the fog bank has pushed into southern california. the lift in the low cloud, another cloud deck coming down, 40s for a few and a o lot of 50s -- and a lot of 50s. 51 west-southwest area, toward the delta. it is roaring, 25, gusts to 31 to 37 and 38 miles per hour. mostly cloudy this morning, maybe partly cloudy this afternoon and 50s and 60s. now 41 miles per hour at the altamonte pass. alex? >> pretty gusty, yes.
and there are cooler temperatures. >> thank you, steve. the winds may get your attention on the altamonte pass. we are looking at solano county. on 80 westbound the traffic will be okay. if you are driving to vallejo, there is a little slow traffic in vallejo near interstate 780 and 37 heading away from the town of vallejo, the city of vallejo, heading out to 37, sonoma and morin county. this is a closer look. you can see traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza that has been filled in. the metering lights are on and once you get onto the bridge it looks okay. 5:32. let's go back to the desk. for police in san jose, they say they have made several arrests after several overnight side shows. >> yes. now more from the san jose police station. kristen, we are hearing that at least one officer was
or spectators. police say the side shows occur with some frequency. they are saying organizers are using social media to coordinate the meet-ups. as for last night's enforcement, a number of vehicles were impounded and a number of arrests confirmed by the san jose police, but they are not confirming how many arrests or vehicles were impounded. we are working to find out more about the incident and the various locations throughout san jose and hope to bring you more coverage throughout the morning. back to you pam and dave. >> thank you, christian. we will check in with you in a bit. we think of wildfires and earthquakes as our biggest natural disasters. now state officials are looking at the catastrophic damage that can be caused by flooding in and around the state capitol. they say sacramento is more vulnerable to massive flooding than any other u.s. city except new orleans because of the aging levees. they need more than $20 billion
in repairs and upgrades. sections of sacramento are actually below sea level. the time is 5:34. the national park service canceled a $98,000 grant to uc berkeley to research the black panther party founded in oakland. the national park service canceled the grant after getting a lot of criticism from law enforcement groups and conservative organizations. the park service said the project was intended to bring diverse voices and communities together to understand their collective past and also inspire a better future. uture. well, is new york times is reporting new information about the harvey weinstein scandal. the paper says actress rose mcgowan says she was officered $1 million to sign a non- disclosure statement before the times published the recent article. she rejected it and found her
$100,000 settlement with weinstein did not include a confidential clause. she said she had been silent for 20 years. >> i know i am not alone. i am a girl in a tiny town rained by the football squad and there is control over the town newspaper. there really is no actual difference. >> weinstein is denying all charges of sexual harassment and assault against him. and kevin spacey is gone horrified he says by allegations he made sexual advances on a young actor more than 30 years ago. the two-time academy award winner says he does not remember but anthony rasp said he was 14 he attended a party at his apartment. at the end of the party he was drunk, picked him up, put him on a bed and climbed on top of him. he was able to get away before anything happened. spacey said he owed him a sincere apology for what could
have been a bit of decent inappropriate behavior. spacey says he has had romantic relationships with women and men and now choosing to live as a gay man. scientists getting ready to study the brain of the gunman from the las vegas shooting rampage after a visual inspection of his brain found nothing unnormal. his brain is suspect expected to arrive at stanford and sign fists will look for possible neurologic problems. he fired more than a thousand bullets down on the crowd of a country music festival killing 58 people and wounding many more. then he killed himself. police in austin, texas, are shooting for a motive for a halloween party shooting involving someone dressed as stellas. four people were shot -- santa claus. forpeople were shot over the weekend -- four people were shot over the weekend. three are still in the
hospital. the victims are said to have known the shooter, three blocks away from the crime scene. a man save ad choking man's life -- saved a choking man's life, all caught on camera. the man on the right in white is having a meal with his son when he is suddenly starting to choke. the off duty trooper sees the man having problems breathing, jumps up, performs the heimlich maneuver and gets the food out of his throat. the officer said it was the first time he ever used the heimlich maneuver, but it worked. >> boy, that is scary. >> yes. have you received a parking ticket in san francisco? there is a chance most of you have. well, there is a chance the city may owe you money. at 6:00, why people may have overpaid and how to collect. >> and we will take a peek at what bun young fan and viewer
are expected to stop by as well for treats and see the decorations. our time is 5:41. thousands of people packed oakland's suit vail neighborhood for the annual day -- fruitevale neighborhood for the annual day of the dead neighborhood, it includes rituals to honor loved ones that died. we are passing on our culture to our grandchildren and they can learn that we have to remember our loved ones that have passed. passed. >> for me it is a day i am able to celebrate my culture and the people that work so hard and came so far so that i could have this chance, this
opportunity, to celebrate. being here in oakland has been a long journey, generations long. >> indeed. the oakland festival was organized by the unity council. it was the 22nd year for this very special event. well, we have to show you this, as well. in the meantime all you need to do is watch us here on mornings on 2 for a little inspiration for your halloween costume. you found out about this. >> yes. >> a 10-year-old from antioch. can you guess who he is dressed up as there? dave clark! he even has the little sign he made himself. >> i love him. >> he told his dad i want to be dave clark from the news. i mean, who doesn't! [ laughing ] he has the suit, the glasses, the stylish tie. and he made a cardboard cutout showing your name. a little dave clark.
>> that is adorable. that young man watches us every morning before he goes to school, a brilliant young man with a loving family. you see, i want to grow up to be you! thank you. i am very flattered. >> that is very sweet. >> yes. we want to see your halloween costumes, so send your pictures to us on our facebook or twitter and we will show some of them tomorrow morning. >> sounds good. all right, it is 5:44. i hope there is nothing to scare us in the morning commute, sal. >> that gentlemen was very handsome. >> he should be -- >> right! i am saying that handsomeness -- no, i am kidding. good job by that little gentlemen. good morning, everyone. we have a lot of slow traffic. if you are driving across the tracy commute and using the altamonte pass, there could be gusty winds you may have to deal with.
steve said 40 miles per hour or so. the or so, means maybe. people are using highway 4, 580, a lot of people on the commute. if this is your commute i recommend you get on the road a little early if you can. after livermore to dublin it looks okay. no problems on i-880 north and southbound at the bay bridge toll plaza. this is about a 15 to 20 minute delay. no problems on that bridge. 5:45. let's get steve in. >> that is correct. 41 miles per hour, sal. >> see. >> there you go. a big pattern change as begun. a little on saturday. i am sure you felt it on sunday and it continues today. could be local drizzle, as well. mostly cloudy, windy, cooler
and breezy and 50s and 60s. a few isolated 70s but most locations will be stuck in the 60s. san francisco a 59 and 53 forecast high. an average is 57 and 63. a long time since we had that. 84 in 1949. rain is on the way but not until the end of the week. drizzle doesn't count. we are talking a cold front late thursday to more likely friday. one system went by yesterday. that once the fog bank lifted it. now another one is coming in. the combination of the low clouds and higher clouds are giving us cloudy skies. otherwise we have temperatures in the 50s for many or a few 40s, nearly 50s. they haven't changed much all morning long and i doubt they do. 47 by the concord pavilion, 52 blackhawk, 51 lafayette, 50 in walnut creek with a little
chill. west-southwest winds out toward travis. gusts up to 40 earlier. 28 in truckee, 40s for many. 50s in sacramento and 5 degrees. cloudy to mostly cloudy for the north. is system in southern california has cooled them down. we are waiting for the system to drop down. it won't be until late thursday to friday. until then a big high bank, cooler and breezier. rain is on the way. an ideas on early projected rainfall totals. maybe not as much to the north. this looks like more of a snow event than rain event but these will change. i guarantee it. right now the european models are forecasting more rainfall from san francisco, oakland and concord south and north which tells me of a low drive in there. i think we will see a lot of 60s and 50s.
to the north a few isolated showers but i don't think they will be there long. the temperatures will really tumble for the weekend and we will really cool off. more rain on the way, as well. >> sweaters and jackets for halloween? >> it will be cool but it will be dry. >> a little extra cape? >> yes, something. thank you, steve. 5:48 is the time. today's health check. a new study finds that peanut allergies in children are on the rise. new research shows the number of children in the u.s. who are allergic to peanuts increased by 21% since 2010. peanuts are not the only foods seeing a rising number of allergies. the rates are also increasing for allergies to tree nut, shell fish and sesame. and two new studies suggest owning a dog may provide protection against allergies.
researchers collected data on prenatal exposure to dogs and found the risk of egg is he ma with was reduced by half -- by households that contained dog. the non-allergen substances on dogs appeared to reduce the need for an inhaler. a lot of people -- >> the wonder dog, happy and bella. >> good news! a lot of people think pets trigger allergies so interesting. >> the time is 5:49. a special night for families that lost everything in the north bay wildfire. how the golden state warriors went out of their way to make them feel special over the weekend.
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. . welcome back to mornings on 2. a proposed meeting between the nfl and group of players to talk about national anthem protests has been called off. the washington post says the request came after texan's owner rob mcnair made a comment quote we can't have the inmates running the prison, a comment about players protest to the national anthem. he is not describes the players as inmates but a team relationship between the owners and league's office. colin kaepernick's lawyer says his client was not invited to
any proposed meeting but wants to attend. it is not clear if a meeting will happen this week. for the first time in 49ers history they have a record of 0- 8, losing to the eagles 33- 10. 3- 10. what a run. the quarterback t.j. becker threw two interceptions and the left tackle joe staley suffered a fractured bone in the face and stayed in the philadelphia hospital. he is due to fly back to the bay area today. the 49ers offense scored there in the 3rd quarter. the 49ers lost again. they will be hosting the arizona cardinals on sunday. well, the raiders lost to
>> reporter: bruce, what happened? bruce maxwell of the as, arrested in scottsdale, arizona. a woman delivers food to him says he pointed a gun at her. he was booked on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct. police say it is not clear what led up to this allegedly confrontation. the oakland as issued a statement saying in part, we take the situation and ongoing investigation seriously. we are gathering information from the proper authorities. turnovers came back to haunt the warriors as they lost to the detroit pistons 115-107. in the 2nd quarter the warriors found themselves down by 1. steph curry and kevin durrant were in control of the game early on. durrant scored 28 points on the night. the warriors led by 14 at one point and committed a season high 26 turnovers. detroit ended up taking a large lead but the warriors
started to come back. clay thompson scored 29 points but it was turnovers that led to a second loss at home, matching their entire home loss from the total from their first championship season. the warriors play the clippers in los angeles tonight. there is something to smile about about the warriorsers helping a family devastate bid the north -- warriors. they are helping a family devastated by the north bay wildfires. 9-year-old jordan was able to save her seth curry shoes that she says actually help her play better. after writing a letter to steph curry, wishing the team well, he was invited to the game. >> what a special thing to do. a police officer recovers after being injured overnight.
kaiser permanente. thrive. ♪ san jose police bust a number of drivers in a series of overnight sideshows here in san jose. the details coming up. also, there are new development this is morning into the investigation of alleged russia interference in the presidential election. mornings on 2 continues. good morning. thank you for joining us here monday morning, october 30th. i am pam cook. >> good morning. i am dave clark. you will feel a different in
today's weather. steve paulson is right here. he knows. >> yes. not record highs for once. cooler weather. the real rain will be here late thursday to friday, maybe drizzle until then. a big pattern change. clouds, sun and a lot of mostly cloudies in the morning. breezy, cooler and 50s and 60s for everybody. but again, the rain is here for the late of the week, late early to early friday. this will probably be more of a snow event than rain event. overall looking good as we get toward thursday to sunday. a couple feet of snow is possible. the system that moved into southern california allowed the fog to kick in. we could get light drizzle from that and higher clouds to the north. athens and menlo park,