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it looks like the bay area woman who accused judge kavanaugh of sault might testify after all. good morning and thank you for joining us on this friday morning september 21. the last official day of summer. it sounds like it's going to be warm. good morning. i'm pam cook. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. let's head over to steve paulson to learn more on this. >> fall starts tomorrow and the harvest moon is two days later. the harvest moon. [ laughter ] sal was playing the harvest moon when i went out and visited. chris henry, neil young chris henry, maybe today. it is 49 in morgan hill and 62 with wind ous this year and less next week'si don't think i
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i think it's the first time since 1980 morgan hill will not have a 100 degree temperature. that's a long haul. mid-50s is an martin and gilbert. 52 santa cruz. 47 boulder creek. 62 san jose. campbell is 51. a high-pressure one out yesterday. everybody get in the spot it all the sunshine. sunday will be the coolest day. not this much fog, but is turning towards monterey. 51, 56 on the cold water temperatures. 40s and 50s to mostly 50s on the temperatures inland. probably easing up a couple of degrees. the coast is always tricky. 60s and 70s there. 80s and 90s inland. >> we have good news on 880. >> yes, i was playing harvest moon earlier. >> ♪ >> since that is kind of a full song our theme for traffic jams today is songs with the word
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fall in them. go ahead and send the men. the 880 crash has cleared and the traffic evaporated. we will show you that in a moment. let's go to the toll plaza first. westbound traffic a little lighter than usual. at 6:00 we usually have slow traffic. a lot of people were held on that backup on 880. right now looking good. we had a crash on 880 northbound and high street that blocked three lanes. with they cleared it it took about 10 minutes for it to go away. this is a look at the san mateo bridge looking good. no major problems. highway four a little bit of slowing in bay point and that's all. we are getting a friday light commute. let's go back to the desk. at the palo alto professor
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who accused brett kavanaugh of sexual assault says she is willing to testify in front of a senate committee next week, but she says she wants to do it on thursday, not on monday. doug luzader is live in washington. her lawyer submitted a list of conditions for her testimony. >> we don't know what this means for this deadline to respond for a possible hearing on monday. it is clear ford wants to push that back. we don't know whether she is actually going to show up. this is what it has come to on capitol hill. protesters trying to take over the office of senator chuck grassley. >> senator grassley is and i will right now. >> reporter: reports of progress . christine blasey ford now open to testifying. her attorneys have a list of conditions. there can be no questions from lawyers, only from committee members. judge kavanaugh cannot be in the room and he must go first.
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and unusual demand because there's a long-established legal tenet that the accused, kavanaugh, has an opportunity to respond to allegations. the democratic senators continue to rally around for the, saying kavanaugh has the burden of proof expect judge kavanaugh has not asked to have the fbi review these claims. if that is the reaction of an innocent person -- it is not. >> when i walked into the studio tonight there was a presumption of innocence and you did not have to prove your innocence. i'm a little surprised by what the senator from new york said. >> reporter: president trump headlined a rally last night in las vegas and he did rather carefully address this issue. backing kavanaugh. he also said the confirmation should not be further delayed. back to take a man like this -- with that being said, let her have her say and let's see how it all works out. i don't think you can delay it any longer. >> it has already been delayed.
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the new term of the supreme court begins on october 1. back to you. >> thank you, doug luzader, live from washington. we have a new video involving a piece -- and east bay police department. pittsburgh police department release this video of a controversial arrest last weekend showing all the actions of the officers. leigh martinez joins us from plattsburgh police headquarters with the response from the department and why they released that video. >> reporter: pittsburgh police arrested the video on their facebook page after citizen cell phone video showed officers throwing a suspect to the ground and punching him repeatedly. police say there is more to the story and that's why they're releasing body cam video.
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>> stop resisting. stop resisting. you of this interaction between pittsburgh police at a suspect happened on saturday. police received a call about a man possibly stealing gasoline from cars. according to police the first officer approached the man matching the suspect description wearing a large jacket and appeared to conceal something in his pocket. the officer asked the man to drop what was in his hand. >> what you have to? keep your head out of your pocket. where are you trying to go? keep your head out of your pocket. where are you coming from? where are you headed to right now? >> the library. >> what is at the library? we have been stealing gas or nothing? >> no. >> somebodies gas is missing and they said they were wearing what you are wearing.
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anything i should be worried about? i'm asking you if there's anything in the backpack -- >> a bunch of stuff? >> did you still gas? >> no. >> can i check? i'm not looking for drugs or nothing i just want to see if you are stealing gas or not. drop what you have in your hand. why not? >> i don't trust you. >> drop what you have in your hand. drop what you have in your hand. >> shoot me. >> reporter: police say the man removed a crowbar from his sleeve and shouted at the officer to shoot him. a second officer arrived and the man through the crowbar on the ground and resisted officers when they tried to handcuff him. they took the officer to the ground and used what police
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called distraction blows . the result leaves the suspect plenty on his face. they say the suspect was not handcuffed while officers were punching him. police answer questions on facebook and say an internal investigation found that the officers use of force was reasonable and those in this case. the suspect was treated for face lacerations and was arrested for resisting arrest and for violations of his probation. the investigation into whether or not he was stealing gasoline is ongoing. you can see the entire video on their website,w ktvu fox2 news. happening today, the two men accused of killing an alameda restaurant owner will be formally charged in court. back in april 61-year-old cindy
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lee was attacked during a robbery attempt outside of her vietnamese restaurant on webster street. four months later the alameda county da announced the arrest holloway. police say they were seen in surveillance video beating ms. lee and her daughter's boyfriend who survived. prosecutors say paez and holloway have prior robbery convictions. the man convicted of a kidnapping that made national headlines is speaking out just before an important court hearing next week. matthew mueller granted a jailhouse interview last night with henry lee. mueller is serving 40 years in federal prison for kidnapping denise hoskins from her vallejo home in 2015. he is accused of drugging huskins and her boyfriend and then taking her to the tahoe area and raping her before releasing her in southern california. preliminary hearing begins tuesday in which mueller faces six new state charges, including false imprisonment and rape. mueller is a former attorney who will represent himself in the hearing and will cross- examine his victims. >> it's not going to be an
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eight hour grilling. it's not a perry mason moment for a few good men, professiona hopefully, none of this vallej labeled the kidnapping a hoax. huskins and her boyfriend sued vallejo and earlier this year they reached a $2.5 million settlement. still ahead, a 77-year-old woman in san jose was hit and killed last night. the latest details as police search for the driver who fled the scene. many first responders from the bay area our home after helping with hurricane florence. their impact for many communities as they prepare for
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another natural disaster. it is a little better than a little while ago on 880. we also have some other commutes getting a little slower now in san francisco. northbound 101 is crowded, but not stop and go. the skies are not crowded. they are clear, but fog is slowly making its way in the santa cruz area.
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trump and a rally in las vegas once again mentioned the california lieutenant governor gavin newsom who is running for governor. >> how about this clown in california who is running for governor? he announces he wants open borders. and that he wants to give them healthcare, education, everything. do you know what's going to happen? california is going to have 1 billion people within a very short time. >> president trump made a similar comment about gavin newsom earlier this month at a rally in montana. he is referring to gavin newsom's statement where he said he instituted universal healthcare as mayor of san francisco and once it extended to the rest of the state as for that clown comments, gavin newsom tweeted out a response to that saying, quote, interesting description coming from the guy who is literally locking up kids like penny wise. the book and movie it.. happening today, james
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logan high school in union city is hosting a voter registration drive. all juniors and seniors of history and government classes will be able to go and attend throughout the day. registration drive will be in the school's performing arts center and tell 3:20 this afternoon. the school district says a student will also be getting a presentation on the history of voting and the importance of midterm elections. this weekend carolinas are expected to see new damage from hurricane florence. south carolina is bracing for more flooding as water from five swollen rivers reaches the atlantic. water levels are expected to reach 15 feet high in some neighborhoods and starting today the city of georgetown, south carolina will hand out 15,000 sandbags to homeowners. florence is blamed for at least 41 deaths now in the carolinas and virginia. the governor of north carolina will call a special session of
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the state legislature to approved funding -- to approve the funding for the recovery. the state has a reserve fund of about $2 bil higher than that. eight members of a california search and rescue task force are back from north carolina. the crew had a warm welcome yesterday before heading out to the east coast captain john farrell was battling wildfires on the west. farrell and other task force members went from northern california to north carolina to help out with swift water rescues. >> we did have one night at one in the morning where we had to rescue four people off a high water vehicle. it was stuck on a road that had gotten taken over by water. >> task force four was one of dozens of teams to answer the fema call for help in the carolinas. it is an amazing crew. they go where they are needed and pack up and head out again. >> bravo to them. sal, iings about 880
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is that it cleared up right away after the crash was gone. that's good. we are also looking at the bay bridge toll plaza and wondering if people were going to show up after the crash was cleared out. traffic is a little bit slower. at the bay bridge i don't see it to be that slow. a westbound bay bridge coming up to the pay gates. also looking at 880 we had a crash at high street that cleared away and that big backup just disappeared. westbound 92 and the san mateo bridge traffic was good. the south bay commute is off to a good start. let's bring in steve. >> what is your traffic jam team today? >> songs with word fall in them . in the title. >> like patsy cline's i fall to pieces . >> funny you should say that. victor travis says good morning. good morning.
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it is almost that time of year when concorde will be warmer than antioch. that is correct. that does happen at about mid september and end of september. it does level out. a little more open versus more congested as far cooler nights settling in . the the highs even out, unlike the summer when it runs a little warmer that way. pittsburgh 60. brentwood 58. they are pretty close. 51 in danville, san ramon, and pleasanton. 62 martinez. 70 el sobrante. 58 el cerrito. san francisco had a better day yesterday. you hit 83 degrees. that was warmest temperature this month, this summer, this year, and the warmest since october 27 when it was also 83
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degrees. 74 today. average is 70. yesterday 83. today bringing it down. still warm to hot inland. there is a little fog working in towards monterey and then by the time he gets to the san mateo coast usually the westerly wind kicks in. it is shallow but beginning to make its move. water temperatures support that. 51 - 56. 40s and 50s for just about everybody. some low 60s for a few. berkeley holding on at 62. there are a couple of offshore events, but not that strong. 32 truckee. 50 ukiah sunny and nice default will start to work in and as it does it will cool down those near the coast. told -- 60s to low 90s today. temperatures have been above average for a couple of days but they are on their way back down. the fog will be a big factor
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going into the weekend. sunday looks to be the coolest day. another rebound early next week. today 60s to 90s and cooler into sunday. get ready to ask for a straw when dining out. up next, when the newest rob band goes into effect and the restaurants that are exempt. free beer . the celebrations in cleveland for the browns first win it almost 2 years. ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪
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♪ i fall to pieces. >> songs with the title that has the word fall in them. if you have a song that has the word fall or falling in the title send it to me. that's what we are doing today. i play your requests on friday mornings if we can. if it's appropriate. send me your requests to hashtag ktvu on facebook, twitter, and instagram. colin kaepernick is being honored by harvard university for his contributions to black history and culture. kaepernick and seven others
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will receive the eweb the boys metal on october 11. the award is named after the civil rights leader, author, and historian. harvard says the metal is given to people who advocate for cultural understanding and human rights. in 2016 kaepernick through attention for taking a knee during the national anthem to call attention to racial injustice. they did it. for the first time in 635 days the cleveland browns win a game. the game was looking pretty bleak and then the quarterback change after tyrod taylor suffered a concussion. he was replaced by baker mayfield, last year's heisman trophy winner. he led the browns come back including a catch of a two point conversion and the cleveland browns beat the new york jets 21 - 17.
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>> that means those special beer fridges around cleveland were finally unlocked. at least 10 contained 200 cans of bud light. it is part of a promotion to be unlocked at local bars when the team finally one. bud light has people standing by to help distribute all of that free beer. the oakland raiders looking for their first win of the season this sunday in miami. they lost a close game against the broncos last sunday the raiders will look to bounce back against the dolphins team that is up to a surprising two myisha zero start. miami is the three-point favorite. also at 10:00 this sunday the 49ers will play this play the chiefs in kansas city. the niners defense has its work cut out for it. the chiefs are the highest scoring team in football so far. sunday's game with the niners errors right here on ktvu box 2. in college football san jose state is playing for its first win tomorrow the spartans will play hawaii this saturday from spartan stadium. san jose
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state can struggle as hawaii is 3 - 1 so far. the game starts at 4:00 tomorrow. and undefeated sanford to stanford pushes for the college playoffs tomorrow when it plays the oregon ducks in eugene. stanford ranks seventh in the country. oregon is ranked 20th. that game starts at 5:00. cal has a week off before hosting oregon next weekend in berkeley moving to baseball, the oakland a's are within striking distance of a tough wild-card spot. it looks like they are ready for the playoffs. last night against the los angeles angels of anaheim the athletics bats were alive. be the angels 21 - 3. the most runs they have scored in one game in nearly 18 years.
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a's now trail the yankees by 1 1/2 games for that first wild- card spot. starting school later for middle and high school students across the state. the big decision from governor brown last night about changing those start times. many people living with diabetes monitor their blood glucose every day. which means they have to stop. and stick their fingers. repeatedly. today, life-changing technology from abbott makes it possible to track glucose levels.
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welcome back. we are taking to the opening bell. this morning we are watching walmart after its prices might need to go up, is said to compensate for chinese tariff >> that is another retailer ringing the bell this morning.
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that is another ipo which is definitely signaling and a lot of confidence in the market. i will have more business and tech news coming up. good morning and thank you for joining us here on mornings on 2 on this friday, september 21. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. steve is here to talk about the weather over the end of summer, and the harvest moon coming up. >> tomorrow is the start of the fall . the harvest moon will be two days later. today will still be the last day of summer and it will feel like it for some. temperatures coming down a bit inland. the bigger drop will be the coast and the bay . the city 83 yesterday. 74 today. there's not this much fog, but it is starting to make the move at moderate. 50 - 56side. menlo park 50. over my
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shoulder half moon bay 48. hayward 50. there is some big differences in the temperatures. sunny and warm to hot inland. a little cooler. sunny and nice with the fog making its way up the coast. sal had bad news and now he has good news. >> the commute volume is a little lighter. we have a back up at the bay bridge toll plaza this morning. i want to start there. you can see traffic is going to be backed up to about the macarthur maze . the is a little lighter than usual. we did have 880 that was so for a while. now this freeway looks good if you're driving on the san mateo bridge or the dunbartonut we will go through a couple of east bay commutes. highway four is slow. marine county clear. 880 s. is slowing. this out. commute is light. a little lighter then usual commute on this friday. let's go back to the desk.
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northbound lanes of interstate 883 oakland are back to normal traffic patterns after a three car crash earlier this morning that happened around 5 am just south of high street in oakland. that crash blocked all but one northbound lane. medics took one person to the hospital . the the injuries described as moderate. police and tow trucks cleared that area before 6 am. we are now getting the first handbook at the violent incident involving police officers in the east bay . the pittsburgh police department release body camera video overnight of an arrest from last saturday. police say that man matched the description of a man believed to have been stealing gasoline. he was carrying a crowbar which he eventually through to the ground . the two officers then ordered him to drop to the ground. he refused and there was a
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struggle. sburgh police say off resorted to what they call distraction blows which are open and closed handed punches. police believe that he may have been stealing gasoline, but that investigation is still ongoing. the palo alto professor who was accused -- who has accused rick kevin of sexual assault says she is willing to testify before a senate committee but has detailed a certain conditions that she wants to be met. the attorney for christine blasey ford says board is willing to testify next thursday, not monday, and she does not want to be in the same room with kavanaugh, who has denied her allegations. have not says he is ready to testify on monday. president trump is defending his choice for the supreme court. he tweeted this morning, judge brett kavanaugh is a fine man with an impeccable reputation who is under assault by radical left-wing politicians who don't
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want to know the answers, they just want to destroy and delay. facts don't matter, i go through this with them every single day in dc. i have no doubt that if the attack on doctor ford was as bad as it she said charges would have been immediately filed with local law enforcement authorities by either her or her loving parents. i asked that she bring those filings forward so we can learn dates, times, and place. that from the president this morning. people here in the bay area showing support for for the. a plane took off yesterday from hayward airport with a banner reading, thank you, christine, we have your back. her neighbors also showed their support gay crowd marched to show doctor ford she is not alone. spectacles of the world aren't afraid to have their voice spoken. we are trying to drown them out with our voice of love and couldn't -- and encourage them and support. her story is our story. she is one of us. >> a hashtag movement had started encouraging people to write letters of support to doctor ford and her family
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after they received death threats. san jose police are searching for a hit and run driver who killed a 77-year-old woman last night just after 7:30 near vista park and copperfield drives. police say she was walking across the street when a dark blue minivan or an suv hit her and kept going. she later died at the hospital. if you were in the area or have any information you are asked to call san jose police. the family of celine tyndall who was killed by a bart police officer in january filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against bart body cam video shows officer joseph mattoon running toward the sound of gunfire across from the west oakland bart station. he found two men fighting on the ground over a gun on the ground. he fired two shot and hit tyndall in the back.
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authorities in san francisco and sacramento say several gun traffickers are off the streets. the atf released in these images of yesterday's joint operation in sacramento. agents say they arrested three people along with confiscating 58 guns, two silencers, and two bulletproof vests. they also rated two marijuana grow operations. adrian martinez found a man guilty of a cold case murder from 35 years ago. the body of 25-year-old marcia carter of richmond was found in the trunk of her car in west sacramento in 1983. a few weeks earlier her children woke up to find their mother missing and a pool of blood on her bed. that homicide went unsolved for years. recently dna evidence linked her former boyfriend, terrel smothers of placer county, to her death. her sons say the verdict gives them some sense of redemption. >> the life of degradation, poverty, lack, growing up
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around crackheads, being homeless and walking the streets with our dad and having to lie to our friends and tell them they can't come over because i have some project to do. really, i was living in a hotel and didn't have a home. all of this happened after my mom was murdered. >> travis carter was only nine years old when his mother was killed. terrel's mother -- terrel smothers faces a possible sentence of 25 years to life in prison. people who want straws with their drinks at california restaurants will have to ask for them. governor brown signed legislation making california the first state to ban full- service restaurants from automatically giving out plastic straws. fast food establishments are exempt. supporters call it a small step pollution. governor brown also signed a bill requiring restaurants starting january 1 to offer milk or water as the default drink with kids meals. children can be served soda or
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juice if it is requested, but restaurant menus and ads can only feature milk or water as the beverage. supporters say this will help children make healthier choices starting at a young age and will help everyone fight obesity and diabetes. health officials in san francisco are asking for community input on how to spend millions of dollars raised by the new sugar tax. health officials held a committee meeting last night getting input from agencies and nonprofit organizations who work with families on how to use the tax money. the city's tax ads one sent to every fluid ounce of sugar sweetened drinks it is projected to bring in $15 million during the fiscal years. ideas from community members on how it should be used include extending the hours of recreational centers and providing healthier food at food pantries and schools. >> more physical activity
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programs, nutrition programs. just opportunities to really learn about the health issues that are affecting them so people can start making healthy choices. >> the health department has held five of these community meetings the sixth and final meeting will be october 1 at the betty on recreational center. organizers hope to have the programs that come from community input in place by next summer. we are in the height of wild fire season. this sunday we invite you to join us for an in-depth look at california's ongoing battle with wildfires alex savage hosts uncontained, a ktvu fox2 news special sunday night at 9:00 followed by our 10:00 news. new this morning, the latest iphones went on sale overnight in asia. these folks are going to get them. they will be available on the west coast beginning at 8 am. people in hong kong first for two versions of the new iphone will be in stores
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today . the iphone x as and the iphone x as max . the attend as max is the biggever made . the is seen as an improvement on the iphone x edge was released last year. in the bay area and full of people camped outside of the apple store in palo alto during the night. >> i think it's just cool to be one of the flagship stores and meeting the good fans every year. i think it makes it more rewarding when you are the first to buy it in the store. >> there were a lot of people who wanted the bigger screen, but with the same format as the iphone x that came out other features of the iphone x, bigge improvements in the camera and a lot of internal improvements on the chips inside the device. >> it is also more expensive. the new phones come with a bigger price tag.
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the most expensive version costs $1500. a regular size and less expensive version, the iphone x r is due out in october. >> i guess it has replaced the television for a lot of people so they want devices all in one. >> you. bill cosby could end up behind bars as early as next week for his sexual assault conviction. coming up, the actions his attorneys will take to try to keep that from happening. camping on candlestick point. how you can reserve a campsite with views of the san francisco bay just minutes away from the city. if you are hitting the bridges soon i think the san mateo bridge is not a bad op peninsula. ear with a little fog working its way up the santa cruz area. warm to hot inland. cooler by the coast.
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welcome back. we have some new information and a response from nypd after an overnight stabbing at a daycare in queens. the injuries are not considered life-threatening, but three babies are among the five
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victims. the adults who were injured were a parent and a daycare employee. >> there were nine babies there. there were five females and four boys. as far as the parents, there were some parents there, yes. >> the suspect, a 52-year-old woman who was found with self- inflicted cuts on her wrists was arrested and sent to the hospital. her relationship to the victims was not immediately known. 35 people including an eight- year-old and 14-year-old are being treated for gunshot wounds after gunfire rang out at a memorial service in syracuse new york. >> that is just senseless. i'm angry. the chief is angry. people around us are angry. >> they were among 50 people who had gathered outside a home to commemorate the death of a man who had recently died of cancer. witnesses that saw up to three possible shooters and heard at
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least 10 shots. officials have not disclosed the condition of the victims. no arrests have been made and police have not yet revealed a possible motive. an investigation continues in maryland into a deadly workplace shooting rampage that happened yesterday at a rite aid distribution center northeast of baltimore. police say a woman who worked as a temporary at the rite-aid warehouse fired on coworkers with a gun. lling herself. investigators are still looking for a motive. three other people people were hurt but are expected to survive. rite-aid issued a statement saying the company is deeply saddened by the events that transpired. bill cosby is scheduled to be sentenced next week after his sexual assault conviction. he is due in court on monday for a sensing hearing. in april a jury found cosby guilty of drugging and molesting a woman at his home in 2004. state sentencing guidelines range from 1 - 4 years in jail
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to a maximum of 10 years in prison for each of the three counts the judge could also opt for house arrest or even probation. >> certainly, the world is watching this case and what kind of a sentence bill cosby gets. he is 81 years old. now one of the postal -- poster people for the me too movement. >> cosby's lawyers are expected to ask the judge to consider his age and health problems before handing down the sentence. san francisco is considering scrapping his controversial school lottery system that assigned students to elementary schools. for years parents have been frustrated by the system that can force families to cross town for school. on tuesday the board of education plans to consider a measure that divides the city into three districts and would either sign a child to a school near home or allow families to choose the school in their district. the district says overhauling the current system could take three years. governor brown's veto of a bill that would have required a
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later start time for many california schools. it would have required middle schools and high schools to start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. the governor took the side of opponents of the bill and send local school boards should decide how to run their schools. reporters cited research that shows later start times can lead to better grades, better attendance, and better graduation rates. ou this, should middle and high school start no earlier than 8:30 a.m.? you can say yes or no. let us know what you think. vote on our twitter page. you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page. a new campground in san francisco's bayview neighborhood. state park officials, youth volunteers, and supporters cut the ribbon on six new campsites at candlestick point yesterday. the state park dates back to the 1970s. in recent years
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groups like literacy for environmental justice have been working to create a campground in the urban area. starting october 1 campers will be able to log onto reserve california.com and reserve a spot to enjoy a night under the stars. right along the bay you might want to reserve about six months in advance. i think they will fill up. let's see if the commute is filling up. how does it look? >> it looks okay. it looks like i met you. when people see me in person they always say you are taller than i thought you were. >> good morning. let's go out and take a look at highway four westbound if you're driving west. let's say you are driving from pittsburgh to concorde. the slow traffic is going to be in bay point and also a little slow in pittsburgh. once you get to concorde it gets better. 680 hasn't been that slow. 24 is a little crowded near lafayette, but gets better by
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the time you reach the tunnel. westbound a bridge is backed up all the way to the amazed. this is about a 15 or 20 minute delay. the volume is a little bit lighter. 880 n. and south looks okay in front of oracle arena san mateo and dunbarton bridges are doing okay. as we look at the east bay and marin that is very light. you can see the commute is lighter than usual everywhere, including the south bay. let's bring in steve. >> i get you look so much better in person than you do on tv. >> [ laughter ] i get that also. i just smile and say thank you. >> thanks for watching on your big high def tv. champagne kitty, thank you, stephen stephen? getting a little formal there. i was wondering the fall equinox would arrive. the answer is tomorrow at 6:54 p.m. a. iema oakland is in
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emeryville at shell mountain way. thank you for that. should the picture of clear skies over emeryville at shell mountain. san francisco a better day yesterday at 83 degrees. what's the big deal? that was warmest attempt this month, this summer, this year. the last time it was 83 was back on october 27 of last year. today we're going 74 . the average high is 70. high temperatures at 62, 64. other temperatures are going down. here is the city from 83 to 74. santa rosa eased back two. santa rosa from 91 to 86. a high pressure will win out. there is a system approaching. cooling be getting a little bit today for the coast . the fog screaming back later tonight and tomorrow. that system is trying to move across us and open the door to pickup the seabreeze a little
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later. still warm to hot inland. bodega bay and san francisco are 51 and 54. 49 half moon bay. 48 morgan hill. 55 gilroy. 40s in the santa cruz mountains. 10 degrees spread. and campbell it is 621 - 51. monterey is very shallow but on the way. that system to the north will eventually open the door to a cooler pattern. well inland upper 80s and low 90s. coast and bay cooling down a little bit today. everyone cooling down going into the weekend. tomorrow a bigger fog bank week
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inland doesn't matter but over the weekend it will. temperatures yesterday topped out in the 90s for many warm of the coast and in the city 83. today we drop temperatures a little for some. marceaux closer to the coast. the system dragging to the north will be the source of our cooldown a little today and much more we can. later -- temperatures cool for this time of year below average. the heat inland and a little more of an onshore breeze with fog on the way pretty soon, tonight and tomorrow it will fly in. 40s and 50s although there are some in the 60s, a big difference on elevation if you have any breeze. 46 point race. some pretty big spreads but after everything is said and done today will be a sunny day except for patchy fog south of the city. 6380s, one more day of 90s and color of the weekend. 7 on friday. it is light. you can tell it

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