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weekend and received their cookies. >> i am helping to store all of the cookie cases for all the different troops. >> a lot of help was needed to handle the 13,000 cases including thin mints, tagalong's and the samoa cookies. the annual cookie sales teach the girls a big lesson about money management, responsibility and teamwork. this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> it is 7:00 on this monday, ready for the week it is good to have you back. i'm gasia mikaelian peak -- good to be with you. >> and i am dave clark. we have a little bit of fog outed there not as much as we have seen. the santa rosa airport has a lot of high clouds which will be the end result as there's not much going on for us and it
is really warm in southern california. we are pretty chilly in brentwood but at least there is no fog. there has been a lot of fog lately but today we are 42 37 walnut creek danville and san ramon in the 30s. elsa brontk and el cerrito at 51 and 53. for some chilly for others mild. a lot of high clouds but that is all they are doing, just drifting. partly to mostly cloudy to the north and mostly sunny to the south. the dividing line looks to be the goldengate to the north. 50s for some, 40s for many others with high clouds screaming over the sierra. it is really warm in southern california with a red flag warning as it was 89 in long beach yesterday. burbank was 86, ucla 84. it is going to stay warm and believe me they could use some rain but the outlook for everybody looks really dry for
the first week of february. 60s with 70s in santa cruz. 7:01, is it good or bad on the roads?>> mostly good. i tend to be optimistic but yes it is good for the most part. i want to tell you that we do have some slow spots and traffic on 80 westbound will be backed up from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze in some spots. 32 minutes to make the drive and when you get to the bay bridge there is a backup which is typical. on the carpool it looks pretty normal. this is a look at interstate 880 where traffic is not too slow. it has been very slow on the ultimate pass this morning, slower than usual on 580 before 205 and 880 had some problems in hayward but the south bay commute is moderately heavy especially on the 101 and 85.
this is 280 and san jose. bart had some 20 minute delays from san francisco to the east bay for a variety of reasons. we will bring you an update on that very soon. it is 7:03, let's get back to the desk. richmond police officer recovering after being hit by a car over the weekend. >> now the police want your help tracking down the driver. christien kafton joining us with the very latest on the condition of the officer. how is he doing? >> reporter: the latest news we have is that the officer was released from the hospital with possible broken bones, injuries to his head and road rash after the sideshow incident in richmond. it started with reports of sexual activity sunday morning in the area of marina bay parkway less than 1/4 mile from where we are now. when officers arrived they found 40 cars in the area.
officers try to stop vehicles and that is when one of the drivers took aim at the officer and hit the gas. the officer was thrown onto the hood before rolling off into the road. he was a narrowly missed by another passing vehicle. this is a clear indication of how reckless and dangerous the driver was. >> it shows how brazen these people are and they are willing to run over a police officer. >> reporter: police impounded a number of vehicles but they do not have anyone in custody yet. the only description that we have is that the vehicle was a black sedan spotted headed southbound on marina bay parkway. richmond police are asking anyone who knows anything about the vehicle or the driver or any other information to come forward. back to you. >> christien kafton, thank you. a popular bakery in the north bay is closed in sonoma
county after a car drove through the front wall. this was the scene at wildflower bakery near occidental. the driver mistakenly hit the gas instead of the brake. there were customers lined up but the small bakery was crashed into pinning some people up against the front counter. >> we were pushed forward and we noticed it was a car. personally i was stuck and i couldn't move. >> nobody was seriously injured but one person went to the hospital to have their leg injury checked out. the bakery owner had 500 pounds of fresh bread mixed. all of that will have to be thrown out because the bakery will be closed for several days while repairs are made. the owner says he hopes officials will help them get back to business quickly so his employees can come back to work. the driver of the bmw that ran into the building is not
expected to face charges. this is the start of a very big week in washington with president trump getting ready to deliver his first state of the union address. this comes as the administration faces several critical opportunities and challenges. doug luzader has more from washington.>> this is a week where it is important for any administration to stay disciplined and on message to take advantage of a powerful stage. president trump has kept a low profile since returning to the white house from switzerland on friday. his thoughts have been turning to congress and the state of the union address. >> i think he will talk about america being back. >> the legislative affairs director offered a preview talking about the economy. >> the lowest unemployment rate in 17 years and the lowest unemployment rate among african- americans in the history of collecting data. >> the economy aside the
president will come to conference with the russia investigation hanging over his head. he may not address it but after reports last week that he considered firing robert mueller even some of his fellow republicans spent the weekend urging restraint. >> i will do whatever it takes to make sure robert mueller can do his job. we will be a rule of law nation before and after president trump. >> ktvu will carry the state of the union address live tomorrow night beginning at 6:00. after that there will be the democratic party response delivered by the massachusetts congressman joseph kennedy. a group of senators will be meeting today on the immigration proposal from president trump offering a path to citizenship for young immigrants brought to the us illegally by their parents. in return president trump wants billions of dollars to pay for a border wall.
extra border security and limits on the legal immigration system. some democrats say the focus should be on the dreamers because of the march 5 deadline for the daca program. >> most importantly we can protect the dreamers. i do appreciate it addresses the issue but some changes they are proposing are devastating to the system.>> if the president continues this attitude, if my democratic friends were calm down, we can take a deep breath and get there. >> the last attempt at immigration reform this month ended in a government shutdown. congress was able to reopen on a short-term continuing resolution which funds the government through february 8. today in san francisco a group of lawmakers and community activists will announce a bill to support working mothers who are breast- feeding. there is federal law requiring
informers to provide a private space for mothers to pump and a reasonable amount of time for a break. the ordinance calls for the private space to also have a sink and electricity. supporters say that two out of three women go back to work after they give birth but only 52% of mothers are given a private place where they can pump. the senate will be voting on a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks that is halfway through the full gestation period. antiabortion groups will be watching to see how individual senators vote and will campaign against those who vote against the bill in the upcoming midterms. california senator pamela harris tweeted opposition by saying once again republican lawmakers are trying to take away women's rights to make their own choices about their bodies. add your name if you are sick and tired of republicans playing politics with our reproductive health.
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a hayward neighborhood was largely without water after a water pipe broke yesterday. >> alex savidge is in hayward now where crews are expected to resume repair work in a little bit. what is happening out there? >> reporter: at this point there is no activity but we do expect crews to come back this morning to continue their work. we understand for 15 minutes if not longer yesterday water and debris was rushing down the street and some of it was making its way onto people's
property. it is unclear how many homes may have been damaged as a result. you can see that crews are doing repair work on highland boulevard near margaret drive and we expect they will be back out shortly to continue their work. the fire department was called at 11:00 yesterday morning after the water main broke causing the road to cave in. crews stopped the flow of water but dozens of homes were left without running water. it is unclear if service has been restored. i spoke with one man who lives nearby who heard the water line rupture and saw a river of water. >> it was flowing pretty good. there were a lot of by standards and i even saw some neighbors i have not seen for a long time. it was a bit of a crowd draw. a spectacle. >> reporter: i have reached out
to a representative for the city trying to find out more about the water main break and how many properties may have been impacted by all the water that was rushing down the street. we are still waiting to hear back from a spokesperson this morning. we do expect hayward public works will be back out as there is a lot of work to be done to repair highland boulevard. >> the residents are on their second day without water so that is a problem itself. >> reporter: it is unclear, some folks said they had water restored last night but we are trying to get figures on if people are still without water. i have not talked to anybody who doesn't have water yet.>> we will bring you back in in the next hour. the transit authority of marin county says it is not giving up on the plan to speed up bus service. >> the idea would be to have golden gate transit drive on
the right shoulder of the road. that way buses would not have across lanes of traffic to get to the carpool lanes on the far left and back to the right shoulder to pick up and drop off passengers. they do have concerns about narrow shoulders, drainage structures and possible traffic conflicts at the ramps. chp is also concerned about disabled cars on the shoulder and speed differences. sal have you fixed the roads yet?>> i will say this, we don't have that many unusual things which is what people don't like about morning commutes, something they don't expect. if you are going to the bay bridge you will see slow traffic unless you are using the carpool lanes and it is pretty busy from early on this morning starting at 5:30, but again it is not something you would be shocked to see. interstate 880 has not passed in yet following the coliseum
but we have seen slow traffic on the altamont pass and we do have slow traffic from the dublin interchange on 680 headed south out of pleasanton. 880 has been slow with earlier problems so the freeway getting out of the east bay to the silicon valley we have slow traffic. dunbarton and san mateo bridge has also been heavy and coming up in our next report we will take a closer look at the silicon valley commute on the south bay freeway. let's bring in steve paulson with the weather. let's take a look at some not so good numbers. that is the sierra snowpack. this is the snow and water equivalent. for the northern sierra 4.6 inches which is not much. a little better in the central sierra. only 35% in the southern sierra. that is a world of hurt just over three inches equivalent with 24% as you might imagine.
we are doing a little better but not much on the rainfall. santa rosa just shy of 13 inches which is 64%. san francisco 66%, 71% for oakland and san jose at 61% with over four inches. is there any rain today? no, maybe not for about 10 to 15 days it is looking very dry. we have high clouds with a little bit of fog in the napa airport and concord into buchanan. we are not completely out of the woods yet. 30s, 40s and 50s for the temperatures. for some it is cool but not bad for others. hayward 54, there is an easterly breeze in moss beach at 62 and montero 55. 48 belmont, 48 menlo park. 40s in ukiah, monterey, bakersfield, santa barbara it was really warm yesterday, 89
in long beach. santa maria 82 we had a bunch of record highs. the sierra is looking partly cloudy but mild with red flag warnings. 80s again, in fact some of these projections for the next 10 to 15 days are 10 to 15 or 20 above average. palm springs the average high is 73 and they are already 66. nothing below 82 for the next 15 days so that tells you how strong the high-pressure is and it shows no signs of breaking down. if anything it will be getting stronger which is not good for rain. high clouds today unless we have a quick change in the extended outlook in the next 10 to 15 days we will be looking dry. of course this could change but there's nothing showing that now. 60s on the temperatures with a few near 70 in santa cruz and
gilroy. except for those higher clouds we are in the dry pattern. when those clouds move out things are looking even more dry. the flu outbreak has the state taking extra precautions. in a moment, what is happening across the country at schools. also, atms spitting out cash with no impact on your bank account. the latest scam.
of the flu. >> at least 12 states have shut down schools this year to prevent the flu from spreading and many schools are disinfecting campuses. children are among the most at risk groups to get the flu so keep your children home if they have any signs of the flu. organizers of the super bowl are trying to prevent the flu from spreading. an army of volunteers is working to keep the minneapolis convention center sanitized. volunteers are wiping things down to prevent the flu from spreading. organizers are sanitizing exhibits and other areas many times every day. there are many things people are doing to avoid getting the flu like getting the flu shot and cleaning. stop the spread by staying home when you are sick. testing of the day, are you taking special precautions to protect yourself or your family? let us know by voting on twitter
and leave your comments on facebook. 7:22, apple has a spaceship and now amazon has spheres. for more on that and an interesting murder in the works pam cook has our business news. >> keurig dr pepper, that is the merger, the soda maker combining with keurig. the dr pepper stock shot up 25% on this news. right now not enough to help things out as the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 are down about the same percentage wise. this is a live look at the dow off 75 points at 26,541. one of the largest atm makers warning of a new threat to cash machines in the us. according to a popular blog the secret service is whining --
warning financial institutions that hackers are jack putting the forcing -- atms forcing them to spit out cash until they are empty. the first attacks in the us happened this weekend but hackers have been doing this around the world for some time now. they also say hackers are going after pharmacy atms and convenience stores. they use a physical device to install a virus which makes them spit out the money. the new york attorney general investigating a company that creates fake followers on social media. it follows a new york times report that says the investigation will be focused on the social media marketing company which advertises it can help users quickly gain followers. last year facebook disclosed it had at least twice as many fake users than it estimated. amazon's newest office space gives real meaning to the
phrase going green, the seattle sphere is three new green houses filled with 40,000 plants from around the world where the air is 60% humidity and warm. it is designed to give amazon workers a place to get away from the deadlines meetings and reports so they can go work but it does offer wi-fi and small meeting spaces including one called the birds nest. the company is holding an opening ceremony today for a source of inspiration for other companies to follow along starting tomorrow the public can sign up for a tour of the sphere. we have seen companies do this around the area. one place has a treehouse so this is just a place to get away. >> i think we need to have one.>> we have a noose -- nice rooftop deck. >> honestly, spend 10 minutes
outside and it will clear your mind.>> exactly, get away from the desk. a popular fitness app may be leaking military secrets. coming up how a soldier's morning jog might be revealing too much information. also, these videos went viral. giant slabs of meat going inside of a market in a shopping cart. good morning, traffic will be getting busy on some of these commutes throughout the morning although 880 is not looking too bad if you are driving into downtown oakland. the weather is not looking too bad unless you want some rain. we do have high clouds with temperatures above average. legend has it, the first voyagers arrived on canoes,
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clark. let's get to steve paulson. if you like dry weather this is for you. yesterday we were dry setting record highs. there were about june southern california but locally oakland airport 70 degrees which broke the record. mountain view tied a record high, redwood city and santa cruz were really warm at 70 and 73. a lot of tropical clouds moving north into vancouver and seattle which is causing snowmelt because these are warm systems but for us we have a lot of high clouds and that is sticking around today and tomorrow with a little less by wednesday and then everything says warmer by the end of the week. 40s for many, 50s for some and some 30s like morgan hill but some areas are cool like gilroy at 48. 39 in felton, 40s for some but 30s for others it depends on
your windspeed. fog in the valley but other than that we are fine. there are bunch of record highs in southern california with a lot of high clouds for us. high pressure will be winning out with 60s on the temperatures. 7:31, sal? we have a little bit of slow traffic in san francisco. westbound skyway and southbound 101 has been slow. we had an earlier accident at cesar chavez. getting out of san francisco, you may want to avoid the 101 especially if you can avoid that locally using city roads. the traffic will be slow with this accident that has been cleared but traffic will be slow around the hospital curve. we have traffic that is slow on
the skyway as well and at the bay bridge toll plaza traffic is backed up to the macarthur maze which is typical. we may get traffic on the bridge or in san francisco starting to affect the toll plaza. if it gets bad enough that it could. this is interstate 880 where traffic looks okay. altamont pass is very slow and the east bay commutes are slow. this is a closer look at the south bay where traffic is slow on 85, 101 and 282 the west valley. there is nothing unusual but the traffic is very slow. 280 through san jose looks moderate. let's get back to the desk. police in antioch investigating a violent attack. >> a man was found on a neighborhood street. allie rasmus joins us live to bring us an update.>> reporter: this was around 9:30 yesterday night and the victim was airlifted to a hospital because he was so seriously injured.
police just updated information. this has been investigated as an assault with a deadly weapon. they were called to terrace a view out of a new and found the man laying in the street. the victim was loaded onto the stretcher and transferred to a helicopter. police say the victim is in serious but stable condition. in the latest update police did not give a lot of details about circumstances if there were arrests made or if there was a fight. we don't know the identity of the injured man or if he lived in the neighborhood. police would like anyone with information here at terrace view avenue last night around 9:30 please come forward. anyone who may have seen something give police a call to help with the investigation. back to you. >> allie rasmus, thank you. police are searching for answers after a beloved mother
of two was killed friday night. the 27-year-old lori van walker was hit on southbound sonoma boulevard. her sister is now hoping the driver or a witness comes forward. >> there has to be somebody out there in vallejo to see this woman get hit and ran over. somebody. >> her sister says this is the latest of several family tragedies. vallejo police are checking out surveillance video in the area asking anyone with information to call. police in stockton say that a drunk driver crashed into a house yesterday morning. this is what is left of the living room. the man had left the house to pick up his kids from their grandmother's house. a green car swerved around speed bumps and slammed into the house. one neighbor recorded video showing the green car trying to
back out of the house and then two women started walking away just as the man was coming home.>> i ran over there and i said you guys ran into my house?>> someone called the police and they arrested the two women now they face several charges including drunk driving and leaving the scene of a crash. the man is not sure how long it will take to clean this up and make repairs but he is grateful he had his family were not at home when the car smashed into the living room. police are investigating a weekend homicide after a man was beaten to death over the weekend. there was a disturbance call at 11:30 saturday night near the daniel lawrence school. a man was found suffering serious injuries. he was denting into the hospital where he later died. police have not identified any suspects. a pittsburgh man accused of
pointing a laser at a chp helicopter. the chp responded to a report of sideshows sunday morning. the first involving 50 people near 42nd avenue in oakland. the crew then moved to 54th avenue and international boulevard. officers say that they could see fireworks being shot in the air and there were reports of gunfire. the officers in the helicopter say they were the target of a green laser several times. they found a 23-year-old man suspected of pointing the laser. the man was arrested and is now facing several charges. the modesto century valley company fired two employees who were seen carting slabs of meat into a ranch market in san jose. the company says they cannot explain why the workers would have taken the pork out of its wrapped bins.
the raw meat can be seen in shopping carts and the employees pushing the cards into the market. the newspaper reported the grocery store chain says that they throughout the meat and are filing a complaint. costco is cleaning all of its shopping cart and now. the santa clara county health department is now investigating the incident. are you looking to go on vacation? this is for everyone. coming up at 8:00, the reason why you may be able to find some great deals. the california marijuana industry is booming but legal business owners are trying to find a place to deposit their cash. coming up, the latest on a possible solution. good morning, right now the commute looks like it is going to be a little slow on 280 but that is not the slowest freeway. coming up we will look at the
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crews were able to shut off the water by 9:30 last night. the house will vote today on a bill requiring the us olympic committee amateur sports groups to report sexual abuse claims to police. it is in response to the case of dr. larry nassar the doctor who admitted to molesting young gymnasts who he was treating for medical conditions. the bill will prohibit athletes under 18 from being alone with an adult who is not their parent or guardian. the measure has been passed by the senate. a bill making its way through the state legislature would legalize banking for the marijuana industry. federal law does not allow banks to accept deposits for marijuana businesses. the bill would allow california chartered banks, credit unions and other financial institutions to open checking and savings account issuing checks for marijuana retailers. that would let the marijuana business owners pay their employees with checks and make electronic and wire payments.
under the current regulations pot businesses have to pay their taxes and employees with cash which puts them in danger for robberies. the band known as the father of medical marijuana over the weekend died over the weekend. he was one of the first activists to push for medical marijuana. he was a vietnam war veteran and he worked for years to legalize medicinal marijuana. he was mostly responsible for the passage of a san francisco ordinance allowing medical marijuana which later led to the legalized use of medical marijuana for the entire state. >> in the 1990s the voters passed a real log changing the state law. they said the state will not put resources into this anymore. you are free to grow pot. >> dennis peron died at a hospital in san francisco on saturday after a battle with lung cancer.
two publishers and songwriters will be getting more money when their music is played on streaming services. royalties were increased that companies like pandora and others pay when they stream music. the companies have paid 10% but now it is going to be increased to just over 15% to help close the gap between what streaming services and record labels pay. if you watched the grammy awards people are talking about it. they returned to new york to celebrate the 60th year of the grammys after spending 15 years on the west coast. >> as ashley dvorkin reports there were some big-name stars and measured it is in messages. a powerful performance by ke$ha. backed by a chorus of women including cyndi lauper, and others.
representing one of the biggest messages of the night. time is up. maren morris and others delivered a tribute to those lost in tragedies singing tears in heaven from eric clapton as well as the hit song from logic joined on stage by suicide survivors. a fantastic speech about dreamers and president trump's reported controversial comments about african countries. >> everybody is beautiful and the world is not equal. >> politics in speeches, lyrics and cameos. hillary clinton appeared in a sketch with james corden. >> [ music ]
>> kendrick lamar opened the show with an explosive performance and took home best rap album but it was bruno mars winning all six awards he was nominated for including record of the year, song of the year and album of the year. >> it was a big night. it was fun to watch. sal did you stay up to watch the grammys?>> no, i feel that as everyone has told me you need your rest. that is why we have the dvr. i can just watch it at my leisure later. i know we all go to bed early. let's take a look at what we have. traffic is going to be a little bit slow if you're driving on southbound 101. we had an earlier accident near cesar chavez that has been cleared but it did leave a little bit of slow traffic although the last time we saw
this, it is a little bit better from last time. we might start easing up on the skyway as well which will help the bay bridge backup as people will be backed up this morning. you know, it is not too bad. a little slower than usual so if you can give yourself an extra 10 minutes. this is interstate 880 showing some slowing just past the coliseum. westbound 580 is slow late into the morning commute for the altamont pass. it is very slow driving from 205 onto 580. it is 7:46 what do you think steve? >> i was watching netflix during the grammys. there is so much to watch. how do you find time to watch all that stuff? okay, we have clouds over
clearlake as the sun rises and the cloud coverage is starting off this beautiful week. thank you for that. she is our source from lake county. one viewer says he plans to photograph the eclipse and wants to know if there is any chance cloud coverage will interfere. i think you are all right but ask me tomorrow. there will be higher clouds but more so today and tomorrow and less by wednesday. there is a bunch coming from the tropics southwest of the hawaiian islands as we have this warm system in vancouver and seattle we have snow melt due to the warm nature of the system with rapid river risings. for us just cloud coverage. mostly cloudy to the north partly cloudy to the south. 40s for temperatures near 50 but more 40s.
near 54 others, american canyon at 50 degrees. 56 at point reyes. 42 healdsburg and occidental. petaluma 52 as well as mill valley and san rafael. 19 in truckee, 32 in reno. patches of fog in the valley and there is a little bit of fog for us north and east but not much and we do have a red flag warning with high fire danger for southern california. it is warm and dry with no change. the average high this time of year in palm springs is 73. they are already 66 and the 15 day outlook has not one temperature under 80 degrees. for us the cloud coverage will be about the high-pressure returning and unfortunately we have a blocking pattern lasting for weeks. high clouds today with patchy fog but dry for the next 10 days mild and warm. it sure looks like it is going
to pan out. all the way into february 15 looking dry. we have mid to upper 50s and 60s. we have more high clouds today so it should not be as warm as yesterday but after wednesday and all the sunshine even warmer. we could be 15 above average by the weekend. it is not looking good for rain. the flu season just keeps getting worse. now the number of children who have died is reaching record levels. coming up, what schools around the country are doing to keep students safe. it could be a historic first for the bay area housing market. we will tell you why one all- cash offer may not persuade the owners of this oakland home.
welcome back, a female hiker is recovering from a really scary fall from mount tam. she was rescued over the weekend by chp. the golden gate air division operation posted this video saturday. they were called at 3:00 pm about a woman injured on steep ravine trail. marin county firefighters prepared her to be lifted 165 feet to the helicopter. chp safely pulled her up and she was rest -- rushed to the
medical center at walnut creek. a woman known for trying to sneak onto planes has been arrested again. marilyn hartman was arrested yesterday morning at chicago o'hare airport. she was spotted while police responded to a call of somebody refusing to leave the airport. she violated conditions of her bail from last week ordering her to stay away from airports. she was most recently arrested earlier this month after boarding a british airways flight in chicago without a ticket. she made it to london but was arrested and flown back to chicago. a suicide bomber attacking an army unit at a military academy in afghanistan killed at least 11 soldiers and injured 16 more. the attackers used hand grenades and a gun battle. authority say that two suspects were killed and one is in custody.
all of this follows a deadly suicide bombing over the weekend in kabul where 103 people were killed. the attacker raced through a security checkpoint in an ambulance filled with explosives. the explosion destroyed shops and cars as well. the taliban has claimed responsibility. at home today people around travis air force base can expect a lot of noise due to the testing of a new emergency notification system known as the joint -- giant voice. it is used to provide emergency notifications to the surrounding area. people may hear several tones and announcements. the exercises will take place during the day and into the evening which will continue until friday. the military has concerns over fitness trackers that could be giving away sensitive information. gps tracking companies use data from devices to map out where
they are heavily used. if you look at a map of san francisco the information seems harmless on golden gate park walking routes but the patterns reveal locations in outlines for well-known and potentially secret military sites like this base in afghanistan. someone could potentially use the information to know which areas are highly patrolled along with possible weak spots. the washington post reports the military is looking into the issue. wednesday is the last day to get a free credit freeze from equifax. in september of last year equifax said it had been hacked and the personal information of millions was compromised. they offered a free credit lock , the freeze allows people to block access to credit history and scores and prevents thieves from opening fake accounts in their names. the deadline for the freeze is
in two days. to get a head start on your taxes file your returns starting today. today is the first day the irs will accept paper and electronic returns for the 2017 tax year. april 17 is the deadline so you have some extra time because april 15 is a sunday. one good reason to do your taxes early is to make sure you don't become a victim of identity theft. criminals can file a return in your name and still your refund. one oakland homeowner is offering a new way to purchase his new house. the owner of the house on oliver avenue is encouraging buyers to make an offer using bitcoin. the real estate agent handling the property says the response has been overwhelming. he is getting offers from people overseas who say all they know about oakland is that it is near san francisco but the agent is not sure if the interest is because of the crypto currency option or just
because demand for homes in the bay area is really big. a richmond police officer is recovering after being hit by a car that was part of a sideshow. we will bring you the latest. the president repairing for the state of the union address. i'm doug luzader in washington with more on that just ahead. we are still looking at busy traffic in many areas. the commute seems to him -- be improving in the east bay. we will take a look and a little bit. a little bit of patchy fog with temperatures above average , more on your monday forecast coming up.
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a wild sideshow in the east bay leaves one officer injured. all the details coming up. schools are closing as the flu spreads, we will take a look at the details coming up. >> this is "ktvu mornings on 2". good morning, welcome back it is monday, january 29 i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. this was the weekend to be out and about. >> we also have a few dry warm days left. we did have some warm temperatures yesterday. around the oakland airport it was very warm at 70 degrees which was a record. we are setting record highs every month. mountain view tied the record, santa cruz was really close and it looks like we will have
plenty of opportunities for more of those temperatures. higher clouds today putting a lid on getting that warm but they will still be with us so we will keep those high clouds drifting north of the golden gate bridge. 40s and 50s with the east bay looking at colder readings in the 30s in alamo and walnut creek. brentwood 42, 41 pleasanton, 53 and 54 in elsa brontk and el cerrito. we have a slight easterly breeze making for mild conditions for some and downright warm and hot in southern california. we also have high fire danger. aside from those higher clouds we are dry until 8 february and may be beyond. 60s on the temperatures for most of us. sal tells us on the road? last time i spoke to you i
misspoke i was not asleep when the grammys were on. i was watching that game so i misspoke. i was not asleep that early. i have the grammys on dvr. this is a look at 80 westbound driving between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. you will see as you are headed out to the macarthur maze traffic will be backed up. 36 minutes is definitely slow but it is not the worst i have seen. last week we had a couple of 60 minute drives on the same stretch. this is another 20 minute delay on the bridge. the better weather has helped with the commute. 880 in oakland is starting to slow down. 580 is finally getting a little better at the altamont pass. 680 is slow through pleasanton and i want to mention 680 has
been good from concord to walnut creek but it is slowing into alamo. a richmond police officer is recovering after being hit by a car over the weekend. >> christien kafton brings us the latest on the officer and how police are asking for help. the latest word on the officer is that he was released from the hospital with possible broken bones and injuries to his head with road rash following a sideshow. it all started with reports of the sideshow early sunday morning in the area of marina bay parkway and regattta boulevard. less than 1/4 mile from the police headquarters. when officers arrived they found 40 cars in the area. officers try to stop the vehicles and that is when one of the drivers took aim at the officer. >> he landed on the hood of the car and rolled up onto the windshield and then rolled off the car onto the roadway.
he was then barely missed getting ran over by other cars. >> richmond police impounded a number of vehicles at the sideshow but they do not have anyone in custody. the only description of the vehicle is that it was a black sedan spotted headed southbound. police are asking anyone with information to come forward. we expect to get an update coming up at 9:30. christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. >> it is the start of a big week in washington with president trump preparing to deliver his first state of the union address as the administration faces a number of critical opportunities and challenges. doug luzader from washington. >> this is a week where it is important for any administration to stay disciplined and on message to take advantage of a powerful stage. president trump has kept a low price -- profile since returning to the white house
from switzerland. his thoughts have been turning to congress and the state of the union address. >> the legislative affairs director offered a preview specifically talking about the economy. >> the economy has the lowest unemployment rate in 17 years and the lowest among african- americans in the history of collecting data. >> the economy aside the president will come to congress with the russian investigation hanging over his head. he may not address it but after reports last week that he considered firing robert mueller even some of his fellow republicans are urging restraint. >> i will do whatever it takes to make sure robert mueller can do his job. we are a rule of law nation before and after president trump. >> one of the unknowns is if the president will be questioned by robert mueller. doug luzader, foxnews.>> a
bipartisan group of senators will be meeting about the immigration proposal today. the plan offers a path to citizenship for young immigrants were brought to the country illegally by the parents. in return president trump wants billions to pay for a border wall, extra border security and limits on the legal immigration system. some democrats say that the focus should be on the dreamers since the president has set a deadline of march 5 for the daca program. >> most importantly we need to protect dreamers. i do appreciate that it is addressing the issue but some of these changes are devastating. if the president continues the attitude he has expressed in this proposal, if my democratic friends were -- will come down we can get there. >> the last attempt at immigration reform this month ended in a government shutdown. congress was able to reopen on
a resolution funding the government through february 8. over the weekend a sign was put up with a message aimed at the sanctuary city policy the banner read danger, sanctuary city ahead and it can be seen by drivers headed west on the bay bridge. a white supremacist group put up the sign. the cdc says the flu outbreak is the worst in a decade. the numbers shown 97 people have died in california so far all under the age of 65 which includes 23 deaths in california between january 14 and the 20th. this year the strain appears to be stronger. a 44-year-old man in san mateo is the latest person to die from the flu in the bay area. he lived in foster city and he started feeling sick on christmas day but thought he
could ride it out. his wife convinced him to see a doctor who diagnosed him with pneumonia. his health was declining so he was put in a medically induced coma. he never regained consciousness and was taken off of life support thursday night. a gofundme page has been set up for the family and it has raised $12,000 to help pay for funeral expenses. as the flu continues to spread some schools are closing their doors. 37 children have died from the flu and it is only getting worse. rick leventhal with more. >> the worst flu season in over a decade hitting a fever pitch. schools in at least 12 states are closing their doors because so many teachers and students have gotten sick. the schools are looking to prevent further spreading of the illness which is affecting children. >> there is an early peek with a lot of children in trouble
because they don't have the immune system. >> dozens of children have died from the flu so far and the cdc is warning the number will likely increase over the next month. this year the main flu strain the influenza a virus is especially hard to fight off. doctors say it is not too late and you should get a flu shot. >> the flu shot which everybody should get his 30% effective but it decreases spreading around the household as well a severity. of the children who have died 80% of them had not gotten the flu shot. >> in the meantime blood banks are feeling the effects as a dramatic rise in flu cases is cutting back on the number of healthy people to donate. blood banks are urging communities to step up and help replenish blood supplies. >> we are appealing to the public to make it priority. >> with less than one week to
go until the super bowl workers are sanitizing all activity areas to curb the spread of the flu. rick leventhal, ktvu fox 2 news. >> this brings us to the question of the day. are you taking special precautions to protect yourself and family against the flu? 39% say yes and 61% of say no. one twitter user says i am staying clear of public transit. >> another viewer says people should remember to use disposable toothbrushes every day until they are well and to change or disinfect pillowcases daily. let us know what you think by voting on twitter and talk to us through facebook. still to come, big-name stars but bigger messages. coming up more from the grammy awards. later this morning public
works crews will continue repairing this road after a large water main broke yesterday sending water and debris rushing down the street. we will tell you how the break impacted people nearby. it is crowded for many commutes especially on the san mateo bridge. it is looking slow headed over to san mateo. a lot of high clouds with hazy sunshine. we have a dry pattern but we will see about the temperatures which are above average for a while. sfx: tinny headphone music sfx: feet shuffling life can change in an instant. be covered when it does... ...with a health plan through covered california. we offer free expert help choosing the best plan for you. and all of our plans
welcome back, public works crews will continue to repair a hayward neighborhood after a water main break yesterday.>> alex savidge live in hayward with more. >> reporter: there was a major impact for a lot of folks. 100 homes lost running water yesterday as a result of the break. we have been told by officials water service has been restored to everyone. they have restored the service last night. there was a ton of water and debris that went rushing down this street yesterday and some of it went onto people's properties. the city says they are trying to figure out if any homes were damaged as a result of the flooding. crews will be back out this
morning to continue repair work on highland boulevard near margaret drive. the 12 inch water main ruptured at 11:00 yesterday morning causing a large sinkhole on the street. there were portions of the road that buckled as well. i spoke with one man nearby who says he heard the water line break and rushed outside. >> it was a loud burst and then the water pressure was low. i came to see if my neighbors had water and then i saw hayward water systems was trying to shut off the valves. and then fire trucks came and basically there was a river of water flowing down. >> reporter: this morning a city spokesman told me it is unclear why this pipe broke yesterday but they do believe runoff from recent rain may have lost away some soil underground leaving this water main vulnerable.
public works have already replaced this section of pipe that ruptured yesterday. now they have to continue repairing the road and expect to have the work wrapped up by the end of the day. >> alex savidge, thank you. classes at san jose state will be in session despite scheduled repairs to fix a broken water main that caused flooding on campus. yesterday officials said the san jose water company that owns the pipe came but the break did not affect any campus buildings. it did cause flooding near two dorms. last night crews were able to get the water turned off and today they will work to replace the water main and clean up the debris. a couple of big problems early on in the commute but now as things are hitting the peak and winding down what you see?>> some commutes are beginning to wind down but others are kind of peaking like the 880 commute.
first of all let's look at the east shore freeway where this commute is beginning to wind down. this is a 30 minute delay between the carquinez bridge and the macarthur maze. at the bay bridge we are definitely beginning to see this commute get much better so you are waiting around. there is very -- not very much backup on this. this is now 880 and the commute is peaking. it is actually getting slower in the last hour driving into downtown. 580 getting better on the altamont pass. 880 is slow and we talked about the san mateo bridge earlier westbound is looking slow. you might want to think about the dunbarton bridge. let's bring in steve paulson with the weather. we do have a lot of high clouds but that is it. a little bit of fog but not much. high clouds are preventing the fog from forming.
closing -- my friend says he is headed to bora bora because it is really dry. 27% water in the northern area. the southern tier is hurting at 24%, just over three inches of water and that is it. for the rainfall we are doing a little better but not much. we had a lot of it more rain than the snow. san francisco sitting at 8.5 inches, oakland 7.1 and san jose four point three four at 61%. there are no signs of rain for a while, not for a couple of weeks at least. things could change and we have
seen a few miracle marches but for now we are looking dry. we have some higher clouds so we are cool for some and mild for others. we had some 30s around hillside, los altos 51, moss beach 63, montero 57. that easterly breeze is making for mild conditions. 21 truckee, 40's for many including santa barbara and la 63. a lot of high clouds for this year with a red flag warning for southern california after a record day yesterday. long beach was 89 yesterday, palm springs is 66. the average is 73 and at 10 to 15 days the high will not get below 82. if you are headed in that direction i would expect very hot conditions. a lot of high clouds for us and then the high-pressure comes back locking in taking a long
time to break down. high clouds today mostly cloudy to the north partly sunny to the south. we are dry for 10 to 15 days. things could change but we will see. 60s near 70 for some in the santa clara valley and after wednesday it is going to be mostly sunny and really warm as we get to the weekend.>> i am crossing my fingers for everyone down south. it has been months since hurricane maria left a path of destruction in puerto rico. coming up we will look at the recovery efforts underway.
there are now concerns about contaminated drinking water in an area of santa rosa that was hit by the wildfires in october. according to the report officials in santa rosa are trying to figure out why the drinking water in fountain grove is contaminated with a chemical found in plastic and gasoline. somehow benzene is getting into the water system. officials believe the heat of the tubs fire may have damaged plastic pipes causing the chemical to leak into the water supply. the city is providing bottled water. a mountain lion cub burned in a wildfire will soon have a new home in petaluma.
he will be moved next week to the sonoma county wildlife rescue center. he was among some of the animals who outran the fire. you can see that his paws were burned. they bandaged and healed his feet using a technique that is used on burned bears. he was so young when he lost his mother that chances of survival alone would have been slim.>> they stay with their mother for about two years to learn how to hunt and to do everything but we can't teach them that. >> charlie will be put with another mountain lion who was just a few months old when she was orphaned. 500,000 people are still without power in puerto rico. help from power companies has been coming in for weeks and 1000 utility trucks with 1500 workers will be added to the mix. 1 million customers had their
power restored and people without electricity are frustrated. >> i have not seen a truck nearby. the power lines are down. i feel like my area has been forgotten. >> one woman is still washing her clothes in a bathtub and many students have to study by flashlights. utility crews are prioritizing starting with hospitals police and fire stations. a central valley meat company has fired the employees shown carting slabs of meat into a store. the company says they cannot explain why the workers remove the pork from wrapped beans. -- beans. according to the report to the grocery store says they throughout the meat and are filing a complaint. costco will be cleaning all of its shopping carts and the santa clara county health department is investigating.
six people were injured when a car slammed into a popular north bay bakery. the latest on the investigation and how long the bakery will be closed. the flu is widespread in california and across the nation. we will look at numbers compared to years past and the steps that officials want everyone to take to protect themselves. we have a little bit of slow traffic but a couple commutes are improving. we will tell you more about all of those coming up. hazy skies with higher clouds but that is it. we will be above average for a while. we will show you your monday temperatures coming up.
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>> tiny dancer, we have loved it since 1971. elton john singing alone on the original version but last night on the grammys miley cyrus joined him for a duet. a lot of people called the performance a jerker. of course many people are looking forward to getting their last look at elton john when he kicks off the final fell where -- farewell tour. >> miley cyrus thanked him online for the chance to perform. welcome back to "mornings on 2" i am mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian.
the weather is so gorgeous i feel a little bit guilty for enjoying it. >> well, we need rain. february is not looking promising either. if you're out at the oakland airport yesterday and you thought it was warm, it was. a lot of high clouds with some haze and patchy fog. oakland airport was 70 which was a record. mountain view tied the record, redwood city and santa cruz were really warm over 70. a lot of tropical clouds but the precipitation is far to the north way north into the oregon border, for us a lot of high clouds. 40s on the temperatures with 50s for some. a few 30s and 40s although felton says 39 and boulder creek says 37 we have some upper 40s in santa cruz. 40s for many of us already around campbell, saratoga and los gatos.
high clouds in this year and for us and then all the way through february 8 we are looking dry. 60s on your temperatures. 8:31, what would you give this commute? >> i would say it is great and improving dramatically. with a little work we can get up because the bay bridge toll plaza is getting better. let's look at the commute, 30 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze and when you get to the bridge there is a bit of a backup but it is improving. is going to be maybe 10 minutes for the delay instead of 30 or 40 minutes. you can see that the traffic will be backed up on northbound interstate 880 passing the coliseum. traffic is going to be moderate after this. we do have sole traffic on the altamont pass with 880 slow from hayward all the way down
to fremont. let's get back to the desk. the flu is widespread across california and across the country although medical experts say that the flu season may be peaking on the west coast. >> allie rasmus reporting on the precautions parents and schools are taking.>> reporter: the department of public health says so far 97 people across the state under 65 have died from the flu. compared to the 2017 flu season this same period one year ago 14 people had died from the flu in california. health officials say that this year is on track to be one of the worst in 10 years so that is why officials are urging people to take precautions including washing your hands frequently, don't touch your face and especially her eyes, stay home from work and keep your kids home from school if they are sick showing symptoms. most importantly it is a good idea to get the flu shot for
yourself and your children if you have not already. >> the flu shot which everybody should get is about 30% effective but it decreases spreading in the household as well a severity. other children who have died, 80% of them have not gotten the flu shot.>> reporter: the flu is not just a problem in california. it is an issue across the country and it is worse in other parts of the country, 20 districts nationwide from texas to idaho and the midwest have closed because of excessive absences and concerns among students. sanitation workers have been dispatched to clean and disinfect everything. we have not received any word of school closures in california but officials say that the flu is still widespread and really the best line of defense is to get the flu vaccine and to wash your hands. children especially if they are
showing flulike symptoms take them to their pediatrician right away. most doctors can do a lab test in a matter of minutes to confirm if your child has the flu and if they do usually they will prescribe some sort of antiviral medication. i went through this myself yesterday with my daughter and it is a pretty simple test. back to you guys. >> it is so much better to catch it early on instead of waiting till it gets really bad.>> yes, luckily my daughter did not have the flu. is great peace of mind to know that we did not have to worry about that this time of year. >> allie rasmus, thank you. this brings us to the question of the day, are you taking special precautions to protect yourself and family against the flu? 44% say yes but 56% say no. one viewer says we need to wipe down surfaces and wash your
hands like a surgeon. >> another user says yes first get the flu shot, wash your hands and then sanitize. tell us what you think by voting on twitter and commenting on facebook. police in vallejo are searching for answers after a mother of two was killed friday night by a hit and run driver. lori van walker was hit on southbound sonoma boulevard around 8:30. the woman's sister is hoping the driver or a witness comes forward. >> there has got to be somebody out there. in front of a lit gas station to see this woman get run over. somebody.>> the woman's sister says it is the latest in several family tragedies. police are looking at surveillance video in the area and are asking anyone with any information to give them a call. a popular bakery in sonoma county is close after a car drove through the front wall . the driver mistakenly hit the
gas instead of the brake. there were customers lined up at the bakery when the vehicle plowed to the front pinning some people up against the front counter.>> we got pushed forward and we noticed it was a car and personally i was pinned in and i couldn't move. >> nobody was seriously hurt but one person was transported to the hospital to have their leg injury checked out by doctors. the bakery owner had 500 pounds of fresh dough mixed but he will have to throw it out. he hopes that officials will help them get back to business quickly so his employees can return to work. the driver is not expected to face charges. a pittsburgh man accused of pointing a laser at a highway patrol helicopter yesterday morning in oakland. chp responded to reports of sideshows sunday morning involving 50 people. the group
then moved to international street and grew. officers say that fireworks were shot into the air and there were reports of gunfire. helicopters were the target of a green laser several times and that is when they located a man suspected of aiming the laser. ground units were directed to his location and he was arrested. san francisco supervisor london breed is leading under candidates for mayor. she briefly served after mayor ed lee died unexpectedly in december. london breed had 33% of first- place votes. former state senator mark leno comes in second, supervisor jane kim at 15%, former supervisor and businessman richard greenberg each received 6%. get a head start on your taxes and file today. today is the first irs will
accept paper and elect -- electronic returns. the 15th is a sunday so you have a few extra days to get them in this year. get them done early to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft. the grammys returned to new york to mark the 60th year after spending 15 years on the west coast. >> tonight not only brought out the big-name stars but also some messages. >> from white roses to messages on the stage musicians are sharing how they feel in this moment and many have a lot to say. >> [ music ] >> a powerful performance by ke$ha backed by a chorus of women including cyndi lauper and others representing one of the biggest messages of the night. time is up. >> [ music ]
>> maren morris, eric church and brothers osborne delivered a tribute to those lost in concert tragedies singing eric clapton's tears in heaven. a special performance by logic joined on stage by a group of suicide survivors. logic wrapped it up with a speech about dreamers and president trump's controversial comments about african countries. >> everybody is beautiful and we need to fight. >> politics were in the speeches, lyrics and cameos. hillary clinton appeared in a sketch with james corden auditioning narrators for the fire and fury book. as for those awards, kendrick lamar opened the show with an explosive performance and took
home best rap album but it was bruno mars winning all six awards he was nominated for including record of the year, song of the year and album of the year. jay-z actually went into the show with the most nominations but went home empty-handed. both kendrick lamar and bruno mars did acknowledge him in their speeches and he applauded from the audience. ashley dvorkin, foxnews. looking to book a vacation? the reason why you might find some good deals out of the bay area. are cream conditioners bringing your hair down?
trading has been underway for about two hours and the markets are down, the dow jones losing almost .5% dropping 100 points. the story is the same percentage wise at .5% dropping on nasdaq and s&p. keurig is about to become a giant in the beverage industry. keurig is buying dr pepper snapple group and will bring in $11 billion in sales every year. the new company will include dr pepper, 7-up, snapple, sunkist and keurig coffee makers.
shares have soared more than 36% since the opening bell, shareholders will get a special cash dividend and will keep 13% of the company. wednesday is the last day to get a free credit freeze from equifax. in september equifax announced it had been hacked and personal information of millions was compromised. it offered a free credit lock allowing people to block access to their credit history. denying thieves the ability to open fake accounts. the deadline to ask for the freeze is wednesday. the military has concerns over fitness trackers that could be giving away sensitive information. gps tracking companies draw the user data to map out where the devices are used most. looking at san francisco you can see the information on the map and it seems harmless as people are walking on popular routes but the patterns reveal
locations and outlines of well- known and potentially secret military sites like a base in afghanistan. someone could use the information to know which areas are highly patrolled along with possible weak spots. the washington post reports the military is looking into the issue. elon musk has a new business venture launching a webpage selling flamethrowers through a company that was set up to create a network of underground tunnels to ease traffic congestion. he has posted video of people using the flamethrowers. on twitter he has said 7000 orders have been placed. a big surge in international air travel in the bay area which means more deals for travelers. you could book for san francisco and now you can go to san jose and oakland which has seen huge increases in international travel. in april get a nonstop round- trip for as low as $470 to
beijing or oakland to barcelona for just $588 round-trip. >> let's do it. a lot of you trying to get to work and school sal castaneda has been monitoring the commute. >> we have been watching a lot of unusual things happening. we just got a report of westbound 80 on the east shore freeway where a man has stopped his pickup truck and started dancing on the roof. it is not a joke so we want to see if we can get a look at this. can you turn the east shore camera up on gilman street? if someone is dancing on the pickup truck roof i want to see this. let's talk about highway 101 in san francisco. here we go. this is westbound 80 if you can tilt up at gilman somebody is dancing on the roof of a pickup
truck stopped in traffic. chp is on the way so we will see what happens. crazy stuff. let's take a look at the commute on 101 san francisco. traffic is moderately heavy. we are looking at the toll plaza approach. i still don't see anything. anyway let's talk about the bay bridge toll plaza where traffic is backed up as you drive through. traffic will be backed up for a little bit at the macarthur maze but it is definitely improving. we are looking at 880 northbound with slow traffic from davis street headed into downtown oakland. there are no major problems and we are following a high-speed chase by chp. i do hear them talking about that on the police radio. all of a sudden they have some
adventures going on in the traffic center. >> that is a tough intersection. we have high clouds streaming over us and i will tell you the 10 to 15 day outlooks are very dry. not good going into february. if we don't get any rain in february we need a miracle in march because there is nothing going on but high clouds. the majority of those clouds are to the north and the south a little less. hazy sunshine with above normal temperatures and an easterly breeze for most turning near half moon bay but there is a slight offshore component not as strong as yesterday. 40s and 50s for some. 21 truckee, 10 degrees hotter for renal. southern california is going to be really warm with record- setting warmth. sierra nevada with high clouds the only fog in the valley
would be an issue at 50 or 80. high-pressure is anchored putting down stakes not going anywhere. high clouds today into tomorrow but decreasing by wednesday with the extended 10-day forecast showing nothing. usually when they forecast this high-pressure they are right. the forecast looking very dry until the eighth and beyond. 60s for most of us with some 70s. the average high this time of year is 58 to 61. we will be above this for the foreseeable future with no rain. >> the high is anchored in thank you, steve. a homeowner in oakland offering an unusual option for potential buyers. the reason why you won't need any cash.
this was at 11:30 saturday night. a man was found suffering serious injuries. he was transported to the hospital where he later died. police have not identified any suspects or emotive. a woman known for sneaking onto airplanes has been arrested again, marilyn hartman was arrested in chicago yester morning at at o'hare international. she was spotted after a call came in of someone refusing to leave the airport. she violated her bail bonds last week ordering her to stay away from airports. she was recently arrested this month after porting a british airways flight in chicago without a ticket. she made it to london was arrested and then flown back to chicago. a bill working for the legislature to legalize banking for the marijuana industry. federal law does not allow banks to accept deposits from marijuana businesses but the bill would allow chartered
banks and credit unions to open checking and savings accounts and issue checks for marijuana retailers. this would allow merchants to pay employees with checks and make electronic payments. are under current regulations they have to pay with cash which puts them in danger of being robbed. a group of lawmakers in san francisco will announce a bill in support of working mothers who are breast- feeding. there is currently a law requiring employers to provide a private space for mothers to pump. the ordinance calls for the private space to have a sink and electricity. two out of three women return to work after giving birth but only 52% of mothers are given a place where they can pump their breast milk. the senate will be voting on a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks halfway through the full gestation period. the bill is not expected to
pass but antiabortion groups will be watching to see how individual senators a vote and will campaign against those who vote against the bill in the upcoming midterms. a california senator opposed the bill saying republican lawmakers are trying to take away women's rights and make choices about their bodies. add your name to this if you're sick and tired of republicans playing politics with our reproductive health. one oaken homeowner is offering a different payment options as he puts his house up for sale. the owner is encouraging buyers to make offers using bitcoin or other crypto currencies. the real estate agent says the response has been overwhelming and he has even gotten offers from people overseas who say they know all about oakland and it is near san francisco but the agent is not sure if the interest is because of the crypto currency option or because the demand for homes is big. a daring rescue after a
a man from santa clara died after firefighters rescued him from a building condominium building. fire crews were called out early yesterday morning. the fire quickly spread from the home to condos next door. everyone got out safely except the man who firefighters say was having a heart attack. they gave him cpr, but he died on his way to the hospital. investigators are still looking for the cause of the fire. the faa is investigating why the plane made an emergency landing. the pilot was headed for the airport in orange county after reporting a problem with the engine. you see here, the pilot was able to land that beach craft on highway 55 in costa mesa, two miles from the airport. no one was hurt here and the plane didn't hit any cars on the freeway. there was no damage to the
plane either. also a hiker is recovering from a scary fall after being rescued over the weekend by a chp helicopter. the golden gate division posted this video of saturday's rescue. they were called around 3:00 p.m., about a woman hurt on the trail after falling 40 feet. marin county firefighters prepared the woman to be lifted about 155 feet into the helicopter. chp safely pulled her up. she was rushed to john muir medical center and treated for major injuries. happening today, people around travis air force base can expect to hear a lot of noise due to a new testing. the system is known as the giant voice. it's commonly used at air force and other defense department locations to provide emergency notifications to the surrounding area. on and around the base, people may hear several tones and announcements. the readiness exercises will take place during the day and into the evening, and they will continue until friday. the transport authority,
the transit authority, marin says they are not giving up a plan to speed up bus service. the marin independent journal reports the idea is to let golden gate transit buses drive on the right shoulder of the road. that way buses wouldn't have to cross lanes of traffic to get to the car pool lanes on the far left and then back over to the right shoulder to pick up the drop-off of passengers. the bridge district tells the paper they have concerns about narrow road shoulders, drainage structures, and possible conflicts with traffic and on and off ramps. chp is also concerned about disabled cars on the highway shoulder as well as speed differences between buses and cars. what's being called the greatest lost treasure in united states' history is about to make its public debut. gold bars, coins, and gold dust worth more than $50 million had been sitting at the bottom of the atlantic ocean for more than 150 years. it's all from the california cold rush and was on aborted
s.s. central america steamship when it sank in a hurricane back in 1857. the gold was recovered in 2014. it's been cleaned and will be on display at long beach convention center. more concerns about the flu epidemic. the precaution other states are taking to protect children and how to prevent the virus from entering your home. are we beginning numb to school shootings? the concerns about school violence after reports that there have been 11 school shootings across the country this year already. and a new comedy about the lives of advertising executives in silicon valley. we will talk to the stars and producers of the web series bartlett. ♪ [ music ] >> all right, show time it is. a big night for bruno mars. best album, best song, i call that the grammy sweep. three of his six grammies he brought home. a live look at the golden gate bridge. top to bottom there. spent some time there yesterday. we begin the wo