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good morning. it is saturday, december 29th. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm frank mallicoat. a two-year-old boy will be laid to rest. the little boy had a rare brain disease and he passed i with a yesterday. >> boy was being treated at children's hospital in oakland. his story made headlines when his mother could not be with him because of president trump's travel ban. a suspect accused of killing a police officer is now in custody. >> and we're learning about the
manhunt, the surrender and the arrest and the memorial to honor the officer. pg&g could face charges in the deadly wildfire. >> if the utility it found guilty of maintaining the power lines in a reckless manner, everything is on the table. we'll have more on that coming up. and we're following breaking news out of castro valley and we have a fire there. but first, let's talk about our chilly weather outside. we can call it chilly when we're in the 30s and 40s, can't we? >> yes. it is cold out there by several degrees that is due to the calm conditions. we started out with a robust wind out there. and that has since died down. this is a beautiful view in san francisco. we're looking at mostly sunny skies and dry weather in place. and the temperatures because of
the clear, calm conditions in the overnight hours, falling off quite a bit. we have a little bit of patchy fog off the coastline. but we're calm. livermore reporting a northwest breeze in the areas over the bay shore. take a look at this 24 hour temperature change. 13 degrees colder this morning. down by ten in livermore. we're 11 degrees cooler in the areas over san carlos. the temperatures in the 30s and 40s. 44 in berkley and 34 in napa. and the inner east bay area, concord and livermore in the 30s. the temperatures will be cool, but mostly sunny in the afternoon. upper 50s in oakland. upper 50s in concord. temperatures will not be
changing a lot. and i expect we'll be dry through the new year. i'll have a look at your extended forecast coming up. we gip with breaking news in the east bay. we monitoring a fire at castro valley. this is a live picture from the scene. you can see it is an active situation with the fire trucks on the scene and the firefighters coming in and out of the house. the flames broke out in the two- story residential building. inside the house at the time of the fire, a father, a mother and a child. the father was taken to the hospital with burns. we're gathering more information and we'll have a live report later until the newscast. later today, a funeral will be held in lodi for a little boy who was the center of
president trump's travel ban. the 2-year-old died. his father brought him to the us news october to treat him for a rare brain condition. he was later put on life sort and the doctors gave him little time to live. his mother is a citizen from yemen and denied entry. he was granted a waiver to fly into sfo to see her dying son. the man accused of killing a central valley police officer is in the status jail in modesto this morning. he was the subject of a statewide manhunt. they finally tracked him down hiding out in bakers field. he was in the united states illegally and been arrested twice for dui. a vigil was held last night to
honor the police corporal. hundreds of people attended the vigil, including his family, colleagues and other members of law enforcement and the public. some of the people did not know him, they felt a bond to his commitment to service. >> it is important for the communities to come together, especially in times when there is tragedy to show one another that there is still love that we have in the world for one another. >> he loved his friends and he loved his family. he loved his community. he loved his country and he loved his job. the world is a worse place without him here and i'm sorry to all of you. >> cor perhaps was from fiji
and worked with other police departments before joining the newman police department. he was married and had a five- month-old son. governor brown ordered the flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of corporal sing. law enforcements risk their lives every day to protect and serve the people of california. authorities said that he was transferred from bakersfield to modesto. two other people were also arrested last night. and that brings the number of people facing charges to help him elude capture to 7. the sheriff got a break in the case after the manhunt that involved police agencys from across california. >> all of our teams rolled out
and we had people under surveillance. >> is the sheriff said that he entered the u.s. illegally several years ago. and he played that the sanctuary law played a role in the tragedy. >> if he wasn't here, he would not have been driving drunk and it would not have been reported to officer sing and the stop potentially never would have occurred. >> sheriff was among a group of california law enforcement officers that met with president trump at the white house in may to speak out against california sanctuary laws. we got a response from the senator wiener that is a local supporter of the sanctuary law. >> we want to make sure that immigration feel safe reporting crimes to the police and testifying in court. and what we don't want to have happen is our communities viewing law enforcement as an extension of ice because crimes
will not get reported and we'll be left less safe. >> anyone convicted of killing a police officer, the punishment will be severe. we're saying that the ice are free to conduct its own enforcement. oakland police are on the search for and escaped convict as of she took off from a patrol vehicle from highland high school. it happened yesterday afternoon. she was detained and handcuffed and she ran off. the witnessed said that she got onto a bus still wearing the same handcuffs. the search for another escaped inmate is now in its third day. they escaped from san joaquin prison and carjacked a woman on wednesday night. >> i didn't know he escaped. he say he had a gun.
i didn't hear well. he say, i have a gun, give me your keys our i'll kill you. ted two or three time like that. >> police said that the inmate walked away his job outside the secure parameter from the prison. california's top prosecutor said that pg&g could be charged in the state's deadly wildfires. he went before a federal judge yesterday to discuss a wide range of possible consequences. he said that murder and manslaughter charges could be possible. he said that the officers have not reached any conclusion. pg&g issued a response saying our focus is assessing our infrastructure to enhance
safety and help to recover and rebuild. we will do whatever we can to help further reduce the risk of wildfire. the government shutdown looks to be stretching into the new year. white house official blame democrats for the stalemate. and much of the anger focused on the house minority leader from california, nancy pilosi. >> the democrats would probably cut a deal. but they're protecting nancy pilosi. >> she's unwilling to get anything till she gets her speakership. she's more willing to protect that than to protect our borders or american lives. >> democrats have offered the republicans to fund border security and reopen the government. the president's border wall is immoral, ineffective and too expensive. the shutdown is impacting thousands of coast guard men
and women in the bay area. they will get paid on the first. but there is no guarantee that they'll get paid again on the 15th if there is no deal to reopen the government. >> we're not sure when the next check will come. so we're trying to figure out how do we put food on the table and school will be starting back up. and we have to worry about school lunches for our son. >> we need to make sure that we're keeping the public safe and protecting our national interests here. >> paycheck coming on the first is a one time action and only applies to military members that served in the month of november. a warning not to drink and drive. the crackdown from law
that simplify your experience. my name is mike, i'm in product development at comcast. we're working to make things simple, easy and awesome. no messing around with jim this is a live look over san francisco. it is a mostly clear and cold start to the day. we'll have a look at your temperatures and what to expect for the arrest of the weekend. you don't mess around in jim, naz -- the 49er fans are looking to next we're and that
means the health of jimmy g. he's expected to talk to reporters on monday. he worked out on the side of the field at the team's practice facility yesterday. he used a resistance band to strengthen his knee. he has been out since he had a left knee in september. there have been no setbacks in his rehabilitation. you can see them face the rams right here tomorrow at 1:00. tomorrow the raiders face the playoff bound kansas city chiefs at arrowhead. that is the loudest stadium in the nfl. there is some reason for optimism. we look at what could be the final game of the oakland raiders. >> reporter: if it was the
coliseum finale, the raiders gave is a tonight farewell. >> the last home game of the year, those are heightened emotions. our guys as professionals to make sure that the way we're locked in and focused is a good choice. >> reporter: a lot of good choices have been made over the last 7 weeks. it puts some people in a position to finish the season 4- 3 that was unthinkable when they were sitting at 1-8. >> you can get on a role and wish for the season to go by an not worry about it. a lot of guys have pride in their performance. >> reporter: a victory on sunday will not come easy against the chief's team playing for the afc's top seed and a quarterback in pat
mchomes for the nfl mvp. >> they are closing in on 50 touchdown passes as your first year as a starter that is amazing. if i had a vote, i would probably say, i vote for him. the lawyers in the middle of a holiday slump, including the one pointed overtime loss to the blazers. and now they get another shot up in portland on the road tonight. they have lost 13 games and tide for second in the western division. i don't know about if you, but it is cold outside. let's find rosemary. coming around the corner. it is a chilly start out there. we have the clear skies, winds have calmed down quite a bit from yesterday there. is a look over san francisco. we will would be the dry weather through the you bay area weekend and into your new year's festivities. take a look at the pattern in
place. so the high pressure is strengthening into the bay area. as it does, it will push the storm track to the north and keep us with the dry conditions. mostly sunny and mid- and upper 50s expected for your afternoon highs today. sunday, a few clouds will come our way via a system that will ride over the ridge of high pressure and behind it, the winds are expected to pick up. we're mostly clear this morning into your saturday afternoon t goes quietly into sunday morning there. is the system that barely brushes northern california. it may get some clouds out of it. and here's a look at monday afternoon, if you have festivities planned, if you're going to be outdoors for your new year's eve, it will be a clear, cool night. as we get into monday, tuesday, it could be a little breezy the wind have come down quite a bit. yesterday morning, we had the wind advisory in place was allowed to expire. but the wind continue
throughout the morning. calm conditions in napa and scam in calm in san francisco. to the east bay shore, upper 30s to low 40s. if we shift to the inner east bay, a lot of 30s to start the day. 33 in danville and 38 in concord. afternoon highs expected to be in the mid-to upper 50s. 57 in -- and 56 for the city of san francisco. upper 50s in oakland and concord. we'll go 59 in san jose. the afternoon high for santa cruz, 59 if you're going to the syria this weekend, dry here as well. temperatures in truckee, 10 degrees cooler. and we'll be slightly better on sunday. it will be a cold and dry one
if you're heading to tahoe for the final weekend of 2018. breezy on monday behind the system that will not bring us any rain. and we're looking at tuesday to be partly sunny and the temperatures not changing a lot getting into the afternoon, upper 50s to near 60 expected all the way into 2019. here we go. we're gearing up to ring in the new year what is being done to prepare our new year's celebration in san francisco. a powerful earthquake strikes the philippines. the magnitude of that quake and how the aftermath could have been much worse. stay right there. ♪
a powerful earthquake in the philippines. they warned villagers to stay a with a the beaches in case of a tsunami. it was now lifted. no reports of any injuries. several aftershocks hit the area since, including a couple that registered above 5.0. more than 400 people were killed. a brother and sister under arrest in the case of a human trafficking case.
they are facing several counts of human trafficking. the sister is being booked on being accessory to a crime. they went to the home to check on the report of a sexual assault. and they concluded they brought teens from guatemala to start a new life but then forced them into human trafficking. people are going to meet in people's park in berkley to protest tree cutting. some are dead or dying and pose a hazard and lead towards power lines. and protesters held signs that stood next to trees that prevent workers from cutting them down. >> i know my family want to stay in the park. people need and love this park. i think they came at 4:00 in
the morning and started cutting trees down. it is the beginning of something. >> 40 trees are expected to be removed from the park near the uc berkley park. oakland city worker is recovering this morning after being attacked on the 2300 block of harrison street. the victim was wearing a parking enforcement uniform when someone came up behind him and struck him on the head with something that looked like a hammer. the man was taken to highland hospital and said to be in stable condition. dr. dramatic cell phone video shows a fiery crash involving multiple vehicles on interstate 80 near sacramento. the car first catches fire. look at those flames. a good samaritan came by and tried to help.
another vehicle came by an hit her car. a truck came and rammed into that vehicle. >> he came barreling through there and hit that car and launched into the air and flipped over on its roof and went sliding and that's when we took the car in drive and took off over there. and that guy, we knew he was in bad shape. >> rescue crews were able to pull the truck driver out of his pickup truck. he only suffered minor injuries. and the police are looking into the circumstance of the crash and how the first car caught fire. mourning the loss of a 2- year-old boy who died in children's hospital in oakland.
on this last weekend of to 18. let's get a quick look at your weather. it is gorgeous out there. you see the sunshine bouncing off the building. you see a little bling on the side. the temperatures in the 30s and 40s this morning. but we could be in truckee where it is 10 degrees. >> brrr. this is a look over san francisco. it is a calmer start to the day. and with the calm, clear conditions in the overnight hours, we know what happens. the temperatures really begin to cool. it is a freezing started in many spots this morning. take a look at that clear sky outside our door. the wind are still north, northeast in some areas. hayward reporting a northeast breeze. and san jose stay is calm but it is coming in from the south. take a look how much colder we
are. without the wind, it probably does not feel as blustery this morning. 13 in napa and 7 in hayward and down by 7 in san carlos. we're 36 degrees in livermore and concord. and to the east bay we go, we're freezing. in the city of san francisco, 46 along the peninsula. and 36 in redwood city. afternoon highs, mid- to tupper 50s around the region under mostly clear skies. 58 in hayward. to the north bay, 58 in napa and south bay, 59 in san jose. only subtle changes when it comes to the temperatures and the pattern as we get into the final stretch of to 18 and into your new year's eve. we begin with some breaking news. we told you about this at the top of the newscast. an early morning fire and there
have been some injuries. jessie gary joins us live from the scene. >> reporter: good morning. one person with injuries was the male occupant, the father of the home. he has second degree burns and rushed to the hospital. i'm joined about the chief from the fire department. i see you went in. what did you see inside? >> i took the female occupant to show her the inside of the house and get some belongings. >> reporter: where did it start? >> possibly the first floor in a space heater. >> reporter: response time, three minutes. tell us about the difficulty to get in there. >> the number one concern are the occupants. we had a witness that said that
the occupants were out. >> reporter: any animals? >> yes. >> reporter: did they make it? >> no. >> reporter: a possible space heat summer. >> still under investigation. >> reporter: all things considered, i'm sure you've seen these things much worse. >> very lucky, especially with the female occupant, being able to grab her. >> reporter: do you know who alerted the people? >> i do not know that. >> reporter: all three occupants were able to get out. the fire department got here in three minutes and able to tap out the fire and they're in cleanup right now. three people on the inside, a farther, wife and baby. 12 months to a little less than 12 months. the father suffered second
degree burns and rushed to a hospital. the search for the cause believed to be possibly a space heater. but that is still under investigation. we'll have more coming up in the next half hour. live in castro valley. back to you. a funeral will be held in lodi for a little buy this was at the center of president trump's travel ban. he died friday at oakland's children's hospital. his father brought him to the united states in october to treat a rare brain condition. but he was later put on life support and the doctors gave him little time live. his mother is a citizen from yemen but was denied because of the ban. she sued and was granted a waiver to fly to see her dying son. today's funeral is at the
california's islamic center in lodi. law enforcement agencies are once again warning people not to drink and drive during the holiday. and there will be a new law designed to help prevent repeat offenses. >> our son matt home from naval academy was killed when we were hit by a dui offender. >> reporter: this woman's 22- year-old son was killed by a repeat drunk driver. and she's worked to keep other families from having gone through what she has. on the last weekend before the new year, law enforcement from the bay area were on hand in san francisco urging partiers to ring in the new year safely. >> designated driver where there will be drinking. make use of public transportation.
>> reporter: law enforcement are also celebrating senate bill 1046. starting january 1st, repeat drunk drivers and repeat drunk drivers will have an interlock system on the wheel. they want to keep the drivers on the radar rather than suspend their licenses and having them drive illegally with the license suspended. >> you're watching them, essentially. >> reporter: the device like this may have presented the man from driving his vehicle. >> man that hit and killed my son had a suspended license. no mother wants to bury their child. >> reporter: the average drunk driver gets behind the wheel as many as 80 times before they
get caught. and these devices can keep them from killing themselves or others. there were dui checkpoint at fifth and el camino. the holidays are a dangerous time to be on the roads. >> this is the maximum enforcement period concerning the holiday season. and we usually tend to see an increase in impaired drivers. >> police in nevada and concord set up checkpoints yesterday. they will also be stopping drivers tonight. a law taking effect tomorrow in utah. they are lowering the legal limit for drunk driving from .08 to .05. it is considered the national standard.
say it targets casual drinkers rather than heavy drinkers. they say that the research shows that the risk of being involved in a deadly crash rises dramatically. workers installed 142 watford crystal triangles. the nypd said they will be using drone technology as part of their overall security plan. >> as of right now, there are no credible or specific threats. we have the world's best intelligence analyst and investigators monitoring it every day and night. >> those celebrating in times square can see bomb squad teams and dogs and hundreds of other officers patrolling the area. the firework show at the
waterfront. the producer said that the setup will begin on sunday morning. we went behind the scenes at a restaurant and other venues that are prepping for the big new year's eve celebration. >> reporter: at 1 market restaurant, there is a special new year's eve offering, a four course meal. but what is as enticing is the waterfront view to offer diners. >> it is a big party and serve here to have a good time. >> reporter: a reservation will enable you to stay after dinner and watch the fireworks from inside the restaurant. it is expected to sell out. >> you have all the activity outside and it is like the little oasis. >> reporter: across the bay, workers are setting up for parties. the crews are available from alameda and san francisco. passengers will watch will fireworks while sailing on the
bay. months of planning and now it is almost party time. the producer said that the cruise parties are close to being sold out. >> booze chilled and fireworked set. we're looking for another great celebration. >> reporter: in san francisco in, dog patch neighborhood, and led ball will be dropped at midnight on new years is being installed at the midway. video walls and lasers are used to create a festive mood. a multi-art, music culinariry experience. >> reporter: they tell us that there will be a live band and five rooms offering dance music. they expect about 5,000 people. >> we encourage people to come and address to impress and it will have a classy feel to.
>> reporter: with the weather expected to be dry, large crowds. if you wait till monday to purchase your tickets, you'll be paying more. lee >> steve harvey will host a new year's eve special on fox this year running from 8:00 to 10 on monday night and then return at 11:00 to ring in 2019. music is robin thick and country music star jason aldean. struggling retail giants get a little relief. >> how sears has staved after liquidation for now. and aim to help camp fire victims. the special ipa capped in the bay area.
tyler murray signed with the afc. he has not ruled out playing a little football this month. santa clara fire had new ipa the syria, nevada created the ipa and shared the recipe with other brewery has agreed to donate a hundred percent of the beer to the camp fire victims. 1400 brewery across the country agreed. and last night it was being served at rock bottom brewery in campbell. >> this is a strike team that was up there. and they came in and we brewed the beer this month. they were a big part of the brewing process. and now they're back to enjoy
the final product. >> there is a limited supply of the beer. once it's gone, it is gone. the folks at rock bottom said they up brewed about 16- barrels. >> i had a glass this week. it is delicious. today is the last day of free park there. is free street parking every saturday between the holidays of thanksgiving and new year's. it is a practice they have been doing the past several years to encourage more shopping at the local businesses. san francisco's municipal transportation agency held a public hearing to get input up on a plan to impose new parking restrictions. they could go into effect in a neighborhood that had been living. the controversy involves a stretch of napoleon street. the people living there in the rvs said they have no other
place to go. san francisco public works has asked for help to improve parking in the streets. >> i'm not discarding massive amounts of debris. i'm not doing drugs are leaving dirty needles everywhere. it punishes me as if i'm doing these things. >> board is expected to take up the parking issue in late january. i cranked up the heater on the way into work i had it on 82. >> that is warm. >> it is cold. >> that is my kind of interior. seat warmers and thermostats. this is a live look across san francisco. mostly sunny skies and calm conditions. it started yesterday morning with breezy, blustery conditions. and the wind eventually died off. as a result this morning, we're
a lot colder with the clear skies and the calm conditions in place. as we get into the afternoon? mostly sunny skies upper 50s for most. not a lot of change. the wind will return. a system moving through. the pacific northwest not going to bring us any rain but a few clouds on sunday. helped the system, the wind are likely to pick up once again. this is a look at your futurecast for your saturday. it is a mostly clear day and very quiet out there for your afternoon. tomorrow morning, we wake up with a little bit of cloud cover. it does not look like many. and the rain is going to stick to the north of us. monday, we could see the winds pick up. so we'll be tracking that. and that will roll you into tuesday morning because it is where we see the new year arrive. and we're looking at dry conditions for the new year's fest fists. a wind in store for today and
sort of the pattern that we see with the ridge of high pressure in place for the next few days. 46 degrees in san francisco. 39 in oakland. in the north bay, it is a cold start. 33 in napa and the east bay 36 in livermore and concord. a few of our numbers along the valley floor and areas over the east bay. we have 33 in dublin and that stretch along highway 24. a look at your afternoon highs today. san francisco going 56. 59 in concord. 58 in napa and the south bay locations, 59 in san jose. going tahoe it is a cold one this morning. most areas in the 20s. but areas over truckee reporting ten degrees at this hour. and low 40s in the afternoon for today and tomorrow with dry conditions in the forecast for
the final weekend there of 2018. at home, notice our extended forecast, dry as well. so nice for the fireworks at midnight. >> that is not always the case. >> no. but we would like to see some rain return to the bay area soon. it is hard to believe, but it's been ten years. >> how the family of oscar was shot and killed at a bart station. that story is coming up.
today marks ten years of the shooting death of a man at the bart station. >> we look at that day and how this changed the trajectory of so many lives. >> reporter: tens of thousands of travelers pass through here. many may not know about the shooting death of oscar grant. >> it is hard. it doesn't seems like it's been ten years. time is just flying by. >> reporter: it was in the early morning hours of january 1st, 2009. they were riding bart and returning home from a new year's celebration in san francisco. when they arrived at fruit vail, the police were there responding to a fight. they pulled grant and his friends from the train.
he was on his stomach and an officer shot and killed grant saying he had mistaken his gun for a taser. ten years later, grant's mother still has a painting of her son on the wall, saying justice for oscar grant. has justice finally come? she said not yet. >> till our society and system changes where those that do wrong are held accountable. >> reporter: the officer was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter. he was released after serving half of his two year sentence giving credit for good behavior in jail. >> i actually pray for him and his family. >> reporter: others have lost their lives to gun violence. >> there were two other young
men that were murdered. the three young men were on the platform ten years ago t never goes away. >> reporter: this man's sons were also on the platform that fatal morning. >> jackie was next to oscar when he was murdered. and intoand they ended up watching him being killed unnecessarily. it changed their perspective, their view in life. >> reporter: after the shooting, hundreds took to the streets of oakland outraged that an unarmed black man was
killed by a police officer. >> i was not realizing that i'm not even taking care of my own son. >> anger and the boughts of cry and the boughts of just unbalancing, i watched that. some of them didn't get help. >> reporter: johnson created the oscar grant foundation and focusing on ptsd, something that she believes that those on the platform and their families are still dealing with this day. he created the barbershop forum. they were created out of tragic death of oscar grant ten years ago. >> even though oscar is not here, we're in ministry together. all the people i'm meeting is because of what happened with him. >> reporter: bart has created
an independent oversight committee and working with grant's family to put a mural up at the station. remarkable. it was ten years. i was on the platform on the day of the shooting. i remember talking to grant's mother and covering the trial years later and to see how many lives have changed. >> i was working in boston. but it made national news. eventually the movie came out as well. a lot has transpired. hopefully some goodwill come out of something so tragic. the search continues for and escaped inmate from san
city. >> that is gorgeous. >> we are feeling good. >> thank you patricia for the song request, i don't know if you can say anything bad about this picture, it was cold, frank at his car heater in, amazingly, i did not, and i am super wimpy. i don't know why i didn't. welcome to mornings on 2 news, it is december 29, i am claudine wong. >> rosemary orozco is over there, with the weather, but first your headlines. a child was laid to rest today, he died of a rare brain disease yesterday at oakland children's hospital. he got national attention when his mother was denied entry to the u.s. because of the travel ban. she finally arrived earlier this month, to say goodbye. facing murder and
manslaughter charges and deadly wildfires, a number of penalties are being discussed for pg&e utilities it, and we will have more on that, but first let's talk about this a beautiful day, and the chilly weather, not only here but in the mountains. >> yes, if you're heading in that direction, it will be dry, it is a cold start to the day, way colder than where we were yesterday morning. by the way, i happen to have an advantage in claudine, she has comfy boots. >> don't tell anyone. >> okay, i will give you a look at the mostly clear skies outside of our doors this morning, the winds have gone calm and with that, we have a very chilly start to the day with temperatures in the 30s
and 40s, calm conditions in hayward, livermore, so -- in the event of wind and how it was feeling yesterday, temperatures were up, but it was very blustery. now the winds are calm, but temperatures are colder. i am not sure which you prefer. i prefer the, and the cold. it is down by 16 degrees in napa, and down by 11 in san jose. stepping out early this morning, or going for a run? a bundle up. dress warm. 33 degrees in santa rosa, and 33 degrees in napa. as you get into the inner east bay, concorde and livermore -- they are closer to freezing this morning. 42 degrees in oakland, and downtown san francisco. mostly sunny skies today, temperatures in the 50s, 58
degrees in hayward, 57 degrees in vallejo, and 58 degrees it napa. temperatures will change subtly, rolling through the final days of 2018, into your new year's eve. we will see wind returned to the bay area, but no rain. we will have a look at your extended forecast, coming up. breaking news, we have been following this, fire crews are at the scene of a house fire in the mill more boulevard which is in northeast of the community parks, northwest of the the high school -- we have the jesse gary right there now, where one of the occupants was arrested to the hospital with burns, good morning, jesse. >> reporter: claudine wong, good morning to you, we will try to get an update on him. i will move out of the way, you can see extensive damage to this a two-story home in the 18,000 block of miramar boulevard, the fire started before 6 am this morning, fire officials say they believe it started on the lower floor of the two homes, and spread up.
three people were inside, father mother and baby, they were able to get out, the father suffered second-degree burns, fire investigators are now trying to determine the cause, here is the battalion chief. it appears it started in the first floor, a space heater -- we are investigating. we want to make sure the occupants are out, and we got a witness statement that they were out. >> reporter: live in castro valley, as we said, all three occupants got out alive, unfortunately, to pets did not make it. two dogs were found dead inside the home, again, the investigation is underway, it is believed that a space heater started it, but it is not confirmed. police are investigating. neighbors to say they heard banging, and, we will hear more about that, soon.
live in the valley, back to you. a funeral be held for a little boy's family who was at the center of president trumps' travel ban, abdullah hassan died on friday at oaklands children's hospital, abdullah and his father are u.s. citizens, they live in egypt, and his father brought him to the u.s. in october to treat a rare genetic brain condition. he was later put on life support and the doctors gave them very little time to live. his mother was denied entry to the u.s. because of president trumps' travel ban against muslim countries, she sued the
administration and was granted a waiver to fly into the country early this month to see her son. today's funeral will be at the islamic center. a man accused of killing a police officer is in a county jail in modesto, mr. perez was subject of a statewide manhunt, he was hiding out near bakersfield, he was in the country illegally and has been arrested twice for dui. in the meantime, vigil was held last night in the city of newman to honor corporal singh. hundreds of people attended the vigil, which included singh's family, colleagues, and other members of law enforcement, and the general public. many of which he had helped. while those in attendance did not know him, they felt they bonded to his commitment to service. >> i believe it is important for communities it to come together, in times aware there is a tragedy. the show people that there is a love. >> he loved his friends, he loved his family, he loved his community. he loved this country. he loved his job.
>> he worked with the sheriff's office, before joining the newman police department back in 2011. he was married, and had a five- month-old son, his funeral will be next saturday. gustavo perez was transported from bakersfield to modesto, the sheriff's office used handcuffs in arriaga's arrest. two other people were arrested last night, bringing the number of people facing charges of helping him elude capture 27, the sheriff says that they got a break in the case after a manhunt involving police agencies from across california. >> our teams rolled out, we had people under surveillance, and we identified those locations. the search warrants were
executed. >> he entered the usa legally several years ago, he says california sanctuary laws played a role in this tragedy. >> if he was not here, he would not have been driving drunk, he would not have had reported to officers singh, the enforcement stop never would have occurred. >> sheriff christensen was among law enforcement officers who met with president trump at the white house, to speak out against california sanctuary laws. we have a response from a local supporter of the sanctuary law. >> we want to make sure that immigrants report a crime to police and testify in court, what we do not want to have happen is communities viewing law enforcement as an extension of ice, because then graham will not get reported and we
will be in worse shape. he >> the consequences for anyone convicted of killing a police officer are severe, california sanctuary law has the flexibility to allow local law enforcement to work with ice involving a violent offender. he also said that ice is free to conduct its own enforcement. police are still in that the lookout for an escaped convict after she left highland hospital, yesterday afternoon, she was detained for robbery and handcuffed when she took off. witnesses say she got onto a bus wearing the handcuffs. in the search for another escaped inmate, in its third day, 21-year-old mr. mendoza escape from san quentin prison, and carjacked a woman at a home depot. it happened at that parking lot, on wednesday night. >> i did not know the reason. he said he had a gun. i did not hear well, i said what? he said, i have a gun, give me
your keys. if not i will kill you. he said it like that. >> the inmate walked away from his job outside the perimeter of the prison, officers say they have no leads on where he could be. >> the mother of a student allegedly killed by an immigrant living in the u.s. illegally is now taking in the son of mexican immigrants and, the washington post reports that the mother of molly tibbetts has adopted a boy who worked at the very same dairy farm as the man accused of killing her daughter, the boys family fled the area after receiving threats, molly tibbetts mom heard about the family's plight and decided to give the boy a bed in her spare bedroom. the body of molly tibbetts was found following a month long search, she grew up in oakland before moving to iowa with her family. top prosecutors could possibly face murder or manslaughter charges for a role
in the states the deadly wildfires, there are a wide range of consequences pg&e utilities could face, manslaughter charges are possible if pg&e utilities and maintained to their powerlines in a reckless manner. the office has not reached any conclusions, yet. pg&e utilities released a statement, saying our focus continues to be in assessing infrastructure to help safety and help customers continue to rebuild. throughout our service area we are committed to doing everything that we can to help further reduce the risk of wildfires. the sudden death of a well- known southern california news anchors, raising a number of questions about how he died. he >> in our next half hour, what investigators say may have contributed to chris burrows death.
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today marks the date of the partial government shutdown, the funding for a border wall is a sticking point, president trump tweeted about the issue half an hour ago. here is that we, it says i am in the white house waiting for democrats to come over and make a deal on border security, they are spending so much time on presidential harassment they have little time left for things like stopping crime and military. lots of talk about this, we have david joining us from skype, what you think about this latest tweet? we were talking about the government shutdown, a lot of people are affected. the border wall standoff -- what do you think will happen next, here? >> you have democrats taking over congress in five days, that is going to change the dynamic. the president has talked to nancy pelosi, and democrats are
going to come in, and press investigations, in the background of this, the molar investigation. as a result of all of that, that will change very much the dynamic in washington dc, and where the president stands in terms of negotiations, the president is trying to get ahead of that, on the offensive, on his return from florida. he has lost momentum as the shutdown continues. >> every time we have had a shutdown, we say that, because this has happened before, it is the blame game that goes around, and, he said he would take the blame, and the democrats were saying, go ahead. i think we are seeing -- once this starts to affect so many people -- right now you have employees that are not receiving paychecks, until january 11, there is time right now. i don't want to say we are in a honeymoon. but we have not seen it the whole affects that this is having on the average worker, how will that change when their paychecks are not coming in? you talk about the coast guard, the national parks, the food stamps program -- what are the changes? >> what you see so far, this is
a dynamic that we have seen before. the dynamic is going to change, because these workers that you are talking about, and the more essential employees will not be able to pay their mortgages. they won't be able to pay their holiday bills, or mortgages, and as we move into january that will fracture the economy. even though it is a live, it is a political dynamic that is changing, this changes as we move forward into 2020. the president presents himself as someone who is holding onto his faith, at the same time he is a dealmaker. he can't have it both ways, they try to put daylight between that nancy pelosi and chuck schumer, but the democrats have remained whole, if you will, that is something that the white house has not been able to go on the offensive about it. what does that do for the other big stories we are talking about? you mentioned that dow going up and down, and the president tweeted about a talk with the chinese president this morning. what does it do for the
discussion with the economy? the molar investigation? the migrant children that are dealing with this issue, where do the storylines and issues fall, with the government shutdown? >> well, you have the immigration and security issue in the wake of the tragedy, with the police officer, and all of this -- the white house is trying to juggle this and pay attention to immigration and security, but at the same time move forward on campaign promises and get a dynamic in congress that has been changing. one of the issues the white house has had is the freedom caucus, there is not one freedom caucus, but for, as a result they have not been able to hold onto that deal and hold onto that group as we have moved into december. as we enter into january, yet a state of the union, and you're the president going to switzerland. you have a dynamic that is going to change, in terms of
where the white house is going to be, in the midst of staff changes, obviously, the secretary of defense, james mattis is leaving, these policy issues . they are straining the white house. the president is paying close attention to what is happening around the shutdown, and not with all the other balls in the air. there's a difficulty of management and the presidency which is why the chief of staff will be critical. >> we are out of time, but i want as quickly, who comes out to looking better at the end of this? democrats are the white house? >> the democrats can deliver a deal in 5-6 days, they will come out ahead. the resident has lost momentum, and he will try to capture it within the next few days. >> we appreciate you watching this with us. >> thank you for having me. let's go over to rosemary orozco with a check of our temperatures, if you are looking out your window and saying -- it is called. you're not alone.
>> temperatures near freezing for our in land cities, as we get into the afternoon, we will be mostly sunny, temperatures bouncing back up into the 50s. for now it is a different story, we are getting you a look over san francisco, towards future tower. calm conditions,, then yesterday morning. because of that temperatures have dropped 15 degrees from yesterday. we don't have the pesky wind. it doesn't feel too bad, if you have to be out there early, bundle up. sunny skies, temperatures today in the 50s, we will hold onto this pattern as we move through the next several days into the new year. in 2018, it will be a dry finish. we will have clouds that role
over the ridge of high pressure on sunday, behind that system. we expect went to pick up on monday, it could be breezy for new year's eve. here's a look at your future cast, when it comes to cloud cover, we are in the clear for today and tomorrow. perhaps a few clouds entering the bay area, but the rain is sticking to the north, it washes out over northern california. as we get into monday, am monday night, tuesday morning, we are looking at clear skies for your evening festivities, maybe in san francisco, you should watch the fireworks. it will be cool, but dry. temperatures this morning -- take a peek at these numbers, 33 degrees right now in santa rosa. some of our chillier weather, right along the valley floor areas, near sonoma, napa, and, 39 degrees. it is cold around the bay, but not quite as cold. 42 degrees in oakland, low-mid- 30s in areas like dublin, upper 30s for concorde and livermore. a few more numbers for you here in areas over windsor, and
kelsey ville we have temperatures in the low 30s, and lena valley we are reporting just below freezing. a couple start out there, but by the afternoon it is not too bad. this i skies expected, 56 for san francisco. upper 50s for the inner east bay, for the south bay, 59 degrees. it talking about tahoe, most areas are in the 20s, but truck he is reporting 10 degrees, to start the day. the low 40s are expected for the afternoon, with dry conditions here, turning breezy on monday. we are going to start 2019 on a drying out. >> i like what you have done there, but, i will start feeling and nervous in a few weeks. >> yes, you get jittery with that. we like to see a juicy storm once a week at this time of year. >> maybe we will have a couple the following week. thank you, rosemary orozco. a new year, new laws, i change for california law enforcement, and a struggling retail giant gets a little relief, how sears continues to
the addresses of 997 defectors were stolen from a computer affected by malicious software, the hackers that have gained access to a resettlement agencies database. south korea has set up centers to help the factors adjust to life in the country, by providing jobs, medical and legal support. opioids have killed 9000 children in the past 20 years, according to a study published in the -- death rate in the study were the highest in teen boys, 15-19, followed by children with babies up to four years old, most of the deaths occurred inside homes. the time is a 20 6 am, ceres is closing another 80 stores, but have staved off liquidation for now. the struggling retailer based a deadline yesterday for bids to keep the 132-year-old chain up and running, the reprieve came when sears chairman eddie lambert made a last-minute offer for 4.5, however, he is reportedly struggling to come up with financing. serious filed for bankruptcy
back in october, and has more than 68,000 employees nationwide. wells fargo has agreed to pay $575 million to settle claims related to the notorious fake account scandal, and allegations of deceptive practices, the scandal involved employees is setting up phony accounts, without customer's consent or knowledge in order to meet sales goals. it a major theft in the most unlikely of places, a public library. it >> what one man took that cause the library more than $100,000. >> reporter: a house fire here in castro valley, all three occupants got out okay, but there is a loss of life. i will explain, after the break.
mornings on 2 news. >> it's cloudy. >> but, it is a beautiful morning. >> thank you for the song suggestion, this is it is a beautiful morning, by the rascals. this is a delightful day, around the bay, but it will be chilly out there. of course, it is good to have you with us on this saturday. i am frank mallicoat. the >> thank you for waking up with us, i am claudine wong. rosemary orozco, we do not have a rain now, but, we are seeing green in the radar. a >> we are still in good shape, but we have a dry start to 2019, a frosty start to the day in many spots, the temperatures are bottoming down -- bottoming out at freezing, even colder
for the inland communities. mostly clear skies, and the winds have finally called down, we have the wind advisory that expired yesterday morning, but the winds have stayed intact through the first part of the morning, even into the afternoon, breezy for some. this morning with a clear skies and calm conditions, the big chill is the big story, the mostly clear sky there, you have cloud cover over the coast, from the north. we have clear skies to enjoy for today, temperatures will warm back into the upper 50s for most, with light winds expected, we are calm this morning. just a light breeze coming out of the south at a 5 miles per hour. to take a look at these numbers, 15 degrees colder than where we were yesterday morning, into the low 30s for santa rosa, as well as napa, concord, and livermore. san jose is checking in at 30 degrees, 46 degrees in downtown san francisco.
as we get into the afternoon, we will go 56 in concord, upper 50s into the south bay, for your north bay location, napa is 58, the high expected there. temperatures will remain -- remain normal, i will have a look at your extended forecast, coming up. following breaking news in the east valley, man is in hospital -- in the hospital after suffering burns, gary is light outside of that home, with more on what happened. jesse? >> good morning, to clarify it is a second-degree burn, he was rushed to a hospital. we are trying to get a condition update, you can see family members are checking their cars, the bmw's that are in the driveway, they are trying to make sure that the heat and water from the firefighting operation did not damage the vehicle. let's take a look at this video, the fire started before 6 am this morning in castro valley, we are in the 18,000
block of miramar boulevard, neighbors say they heard pounding on the doors, the occupants the father, wife and child were able to get out of the house, but the father as clyde dean said, suffered second-degree burns, the mother and child are okay, the blaze started on the bottom of the house and spread out. they believed that it was a space heater that caused this. they woke up to people banging on their doors, that is when they evacuated. >> i heard pounding and i ran into my parents room. there was more pounding at around 5:55 am, that is when i heard screaming -- there is a fire, get out. we shoveled into the house, and grabbed our perishable items that we could keep, that was it. we ran outside. neighbors on either side of the firehouse evacuated, and
have returned. the family that was displaced, we are told they will stay with relatives. everyone got out, the father at second-degree burns but there was still a loss of life, they had two dogs that did not make it, the dogs were found inside, they perished in the fire. the people will be okay, we are waiting for word on the gentleman with second-degree burns. in castro valley, mornings on 2 news, back to you in the studio. >> thank you. the funeral will be held for little boy whose family was added to the center of trumps' travel ban, abdullah hassan died friday at the children's hospital, they live in egypt, with their mother who is a citizen of yemen. the father brought him here to treat a rare genetic a brain disorder, but abdullah was later put on life support,
doctors gave him little time to live. his mother denied entry into the u.s. because of the presidents travel ban against mostly muslim countries. she sued the administration, eventually got granted a waiver to fly into the country later, to be with her dying son. today's funeral is at the california islamic center in lodi. stove i -- do not drink and drive, officers will soon have help from the new law designed to prevent repeat offenses. >> our son matt, home for the summer break from the naval academy was killed when we were hit by a dui offender. >> reporter: she suffered an unforgettable loss, her 22-year- old son was killed by a repeat drunk driver. since then she has worked to prevent other families from having to go through what she has had to endure. >> we should not lose anybody for this, it is preventable. >> the last weekend for the new year, law enforcement from around the bay area was on hand in san francisco, urging partiers to ring in the new
year safely. >> designated driver, when drinking. please make use of public transportation, public transit, and rideshare services will help >> senate bill 1046, starting on january 21, repeat drunk drivers will have interlock devices installed in their vehicle, forcing the driver to pass a breathalyzer before they can drive, the benefit is keeping drivers on the radar, rather than suspending their licenses, and having them drive illegally, with license suspended. >> you are watching them. >> reporter: it is instrumental , and she says a device like this may have prevented the drunk driver who killed his son from ever starting his vehicle. the >> then and there was driving was on a suspended license, if he had a device like this, and his car, we would be looking at a different outcome.
no mother wants to bury their child. >> drunk driving advocates say that to the average drunk driver gets behind the wheel 80 times before they get caught, these ignition devices can help them -- and prevent them from killing themselves or someone else. police agencies in several cities had set up sobriety checkpoints during the holiday weekend, yesterday in redwood city, the highway patrol set up a dui checkpoint at el camino, officers are reminding drivers that the holidays are always a dangerous time to be on the road. >> this is considered to be our maximum incident., we see an increase in impaired drivers, whether it be alcohol, where drunk drivers. >> please in concord set up
sobriety checkpoints, and police and pacifica will be stopping drivers tonight. sacramento sheriff's say they arrested a suspect accused of pulling up a big heist at a public library, investigators stay he -- a he stole more than $100,000 in dvds from the library. he was stuffing the books and all the movies into his backpack without checking anything out. >> it is a crazy, those items cost money. we purchased these, and, we purchase items that people share. it is not like the seinfeld show, where the library police calm. this is a big deal. >> authorities have identified the suspect as 46-year-old -- a major attraction on new year's eve is the fireworks show at the san francisco waterfront, mornings on 2 news's amberly is old that set up will start friday morning, she went behind the scenes to other venues that are preparing for the new year's eve celebration.
>> at one restaurant, there is a special new year's eve offering, a meal, but perhaps, what is as enticing as the food, is the waterfront view diners get. >> it is our biggest night, it's a big party, everyone feared you have a good time. >> a reservation for the late seating, starting at 8:30 pm will enable you to stay after dinner, and watch the fireworks from inside the restaurant. it is expected to seller. the >> you have the activity outside, it is like your oasis. >> across the bay, workers are setting up for parties in the five yachts, the cruises are available from alameda and san francisco, passengers will watch the fireworks while sailing in the bay. once it was a just planning, but now it is almost party time. the event producer says the cruise parties are close to being sold out.
>> fireworks will be set, the beer is chilled, we are looking for another great and safe here. >> back in san francisco, an l.e.d. bulb that will be dropped at midnight is being installed at the midway, all multi use gallery space. video walls and the lasers are used to create this display. a >> it is an art, music, and culinary experience. >> the manager says there will be a live ban, and, electronic dance music. they expect 5000 people. the >> we encourage people to come, dressed to impress. this place has a classier feel to it. a >> large crowds are expected, with fireworks and different venues. if you wait until monday to purchase your tickets, you will be paying more. from san francisco, fox 2 news.
the musical performances like robin thicken jason l dean are taking place december 31. we will tell you about a fake app, that scams users into handing over personal information. a how about the 49er fans, there is, jimmy groff low, there was a siding. how is he doing since getting therapy for the injured knee? coming up.
>> all right, it is 8:44 am, a year of change for california law enforcement, several police shootings have inspired a pair of bills that will soon become law statewide. we have more from alexandria gomez. >> reporter: in an effort to increase transparency, jerry brown signed two bills, senate bill 1421 was written by state senator nancy skinner, and takes effect january 1. it allows public access to internal investigations of police shootings and other use of force cases, as well as records involving sexual assault by an officer. the second measure, assembly bill 48 that does not take effect until july, it will require body camera footage of use of force cases to be released within 45 days unless it interferes with an investigation. it was introduced by phil king of san francisco. >> providing greater transcend -- transparency to the public and communities will really help build the back of that
relationship, but also help build that trust. that is really what these two bills are about. it >> the legislation comes after several highly publicized use of force cases, including the shooting death of stefan clark by sacramento police, back in march, the 22-year-old was suspected of breaking into cars, and was in his backyard when officers mistook the cell phone for a gun. they opened fire, shooting him several times. his death sparked protests nationwide. i was alexandria gomez reporting. it is been a year since recreational marijuana became legal in the state, it appears the market for legal pot has been a drag during the past five months, soaring taxes and
complex regulations have hindered the pot market from taking off the way many had hoped. they say that california's new governor, and legislature must rework the laws to make it easier for the legal pot establishments to do business. >> it feels like there are 1000 small fires and we cannot keep up, some are getting big. where do you start? humility -- will the folks who champion of proposition 64 admit that it needs to be reformed? >> governor brown protected legal pot, and said it would bring in $630 million of tax revenue, but that figure ended up only being $471 million in its first 12 months. a meanwhile, the governor, jerry brown is getting ready to leave office after a long political career that spanned 50 years, his fourth and final term will end january 7 when gavin newsom is sworn in as the new governor, after leaving the mansion, brown plans to retire to a ranch in a rural calista county south of chico, a property that once along to his great-grandfather. he will keep advocating for action on climate change.
a the shaft, the oakland mayor announced a week of events, kicking off on that monday, january 7, with a swearing-in ceremony. the gala is planned on january 11, she will raise money for city programs like the oakland promise, and heat oakland houses. it is a free event, planned for january 12, to celebrate oakland dart, she says she wants the event to be inclusive and uniquely oakland. >> the time is 8:48 am, rumor has it that we might be able to see fireworks, right? >> it will be a dry one out there, mostly clear skies this morning, but, we should see clear skies through the end of 2018. the sun and clouds are coming our way, and i will explain that in just a moment. here is a look across the bay, where we are calmer this morning. calm and clear conditions in the overnight hours, temperatures are plummeting,
and we are in the 30s this morning for our inland cities. high-pressure is in control, our weather pattern is trashing our -- pushing our storm track, we have a system in northern california, that could increase our cloud coverage a little bit. that is about it. mostly sunny skies for today, highs in the upper 50s expected, from the coast, around the bay and inland, the clouds swinging her way sunday, behind the system -- we will get a little bit of wind. new year's eve, i could be brisk getting into the evening hours, but, it is going to provide clear skies for the fireworks if you're going out to san francisco. called conditions for the north bay, east bay and into the south bay, a lot different than yesterday morning. again, it is a chilly start, right about freezing, a little bit above in santa rosa, the inner east bay is at 37 degrees, and, 42 degrees in
oakland, 42 in san francisco, here's a look at the entries today, a rebound at 40 degrees, it started at 33. 37 degrees in dublin, your afternoon highs for today, 67 for nevada, upper 50s in oakland, with the city of san francisco. as we take a look at the inland areas of our east bay, to the coast, 59 is expected for you there, mostly clear skies today and tomorrow, partly sunny for tomorrow, notice that the temperatures are very cold, 20s are reported a reference to the ski resort area, truck he is at about 10 degrees this morning. low 40s expected today and tomorrow, here's a look at your extended forecast, we get into sunday, perhaps a few clouds, a
system is moving through the northwest, the winds are expected to kick up a little bit, not to breezy out there, but that will provide clear skies into new year's eve. >> i don't see anything just yet, we will keep an eye on it. thank you, rosemary. still ahead, new laws for the work year. >> we will take a look at all of the changes inspired by the need to movement. >> a two-year-old boy will be laid to rest today, a week after his mother who is a u.s. citizen was granted a waiver to enter this country.
seafood could contain salmonella, which leads to salmonella infections. kroger is urging consumers to purchase one of the affected products to return it and they will get a full refund. all of the affected products have a sell by date of august 25, 2020. a fake app has sought up to the top of the app store charts, the app called to set up for amazon alexa is actually from a company that has released other questionable apps, this one asks for your devices serial number, and ip address, which could expose you to cyber security threats. the creators of fortnight are reporting that they made $3 billion in profit, and amassed 200 million players. the game is free, but, in game purchases -- parents be careful, iphone uses alone were
spending more than $1 million, every day, on for die purchases, nearly $40 million a month, epic games evaluation was held in september, about $15 billion. >> i wish i invented that, the head of the fda wants a meeting with e cigarettes, and executives to discuss the fda commission, scott says he will leave soon with the head of e- cigarette companies, to discuss their commitments to addressing this problem. to the fda has been cracking down on e-cigarette sales to minors, and announced a proposal last month to restrict the sale of most flavored e cigarettes, which are very popular among teenagers. the surgeon general is calling
for more steps to fight the invading, including higher taxes and bans on smoking e cigarettes indoors. the new year is now just a few days away, that means new laws here in california, eliana gomez has a look at the changes coming for employers across the state. >> reporter: 2019 is a year of change across the workplace in california, starting january 1 several laws will take effect, including senate bill 820, which bans so-called secret settlements, and nondisclosure agreements, involving employees in sexual misconduct cases, the identity of the accused would be made public while the victim can choose to remain anonymous. the bill was introduced by state senator connie in southern california. the >> everyone as a mom, sister, a wife, and if they are taken advantage of, they are taken advantage of in the workplace, the workplace does not work for anyone. >> it loses a loophole that allows employers to avoid sexual harassment and discrimination laws, by requiring workers to sign releases of liability, as a condition of employment or in exchange for a bonus. both bills were signed by governor gary, which gained moment -- the need to movement gained momentum as celebrities spoke about their experiences.
it >> it's not about a witchhunt, it's never been about one man, or even hundreds of men. the past year has been about change, it has been about acknowledging the injustices and indignities working women face on any given day, and doing something about it. >> taking effect on the first, and assembly bill 1976, which requires employers to provide employees who are new mothers uprighted space other than a bathroom to pump. the san francisco law took effect in 2018. coming up next, we could be going into a 2019 with a partially shut down government. it >> what that could mean for servicemembers in the bay area. it >> a journalist found dead in los angeles, what investigators believe happened, to chris burrows, when we come back.
we like to travel around the world, to visit other folks as well, welcome to mornings on 2 news, we are glad you are with us. it is 9 am on this saturday, december 26. the last weekend of 2018. i am not claudine wong. it >> i am frank mallicoat, more on your weather, here in the bay area coming up in a moment. here is what is making news this morning, a two-year-old boy will be laid to rest, the boy had a rainier brain disease, and passed away yesterday. >> he was treated at the children's hospital in oakland, and his story made headlines when his mother could not be with him, because of a travel ban, she was granted the waiver, and was able to come to the u.s., we'll have details in today's service, coming up.
we are talking about the man who killed a police officer, behind bars, the 32-year-old suspect was tracked down near modesto. it >> more on what we are learning, about the manhunt, the suspect surrendered, the arrest individual held to honor that police officer, that passed away. pg&e utilities could possibly face of murder and manslaughter charges for its role and -- in state wildfires. a >> a number of penalties have been assessed against pg&e utilities if they are found guilty of maintaining its power lines in a reckless manner, then everything is on the table. we will have more on that. let's go over to rosemary, to talk about our day, and how the weekend is shaping up. if we have people taking down christmas lights, it is a good weekend to do it. >> it is a good weekend to go outdoors, make sure you bundle up if you're getting out early, temperatures are in the 30s and 40s around the bay area, calm
conditions, another nice view from san francisco, across the bay where perhaps, there are a few patches of fog near the coastline this morning. outside of that we are really dry, a little bit of patchy frost, is definitely a possibility. high pressure is going to be in control of our weather pattern for the next few days, you can see the circulation around the high-pressure, and how it has pushed, all the way to the north. we have cloudy skies entering the north bay, you can see the southern edge we have mostly clear skies, the winds have calmed down, with the cone clear conditions, we are colder. hayward is reporting an easterly breeze at 5 miles per hour. winds will be bearable in light for today, but take note of the temperature change, down by 11 degrees in fairfield, down by six degrees in livermore, now that the sun is up in china, this is an improvement over where we started earlier this morning, with some of the temperatures 15 degrees colder,
to start the day. 46 degrees in berkeley, as well as oakland in the upper 30s, 46 degrees downtown in san francisco, and low 40s in san jose. a lot of 30s and 40s for our inner east bay as well, 43 in livermore. a chilly start to the day, but we are seeing a nice rebound. here's a look at the afternoon eyes, mid-to upper 50s around the region with little change in the extended forecast, i will have a look at what you can expect through new year's day -- in just a bit. >> and alameda county, one man is in the hospital with second- degree burns and to pets killed in a house fire in castro valley, jesse gary joins us live outside of that home, jesse? >> claudine, good morning, within the past 10-15 minutes, animal control came and removed the remains of the two dogs that were inside of the home,
that did not make it. they perished in the fire, so, we talked earlier about a loss of life, to animals and to pets that did not make it. later this morning, the building department will come assess the damage to this house and determine whether or not it will have to be red tagged, that is unknown at this point. there is considerable damage on the first floor, let's look at this video. the fire started before 6:00, this morning, here in the 18,000 block of this street in -- in castro valley. three occupants inside, mother father and baby were able to get out although the father suffered second-degree burns, he has been hospitalized, we are working to get a recent update on his condition, here is what the fire battalion chief had to say. >> it appears that it started in the first floor, possibly a space heater, we are doing an investigation to determine that. our number one concern is the occupants, make sure the occupants are out, we had a witness statement that the occupants were out. a lot of neighbors were also seeing the flames, and alerting each other about this, they
were evacuated for a short time, but the residents have returned home. the occupants of this house are going to stay with relatives while they assess the damage, and whether or not they would be able to rebuild or red tagged the property. officials are on their way here to check this house, to determine if it will have to be red tagged, we will have an updated at the bottom of the our, lives, ktvu, we will head back to you in the studio. it >> thank you, jesse. later today a funeral will be held for a little boy whose family was at the center of president trumps' travel ban, the two-year-old died on friday at oaklands children's hospital, he and his father were u.s. citizens that live in egypt, with her mother who is a citizen of yemen, he was
brought over to the u.s. to treat a brain condition, but put on life support and doctors gave him very little time to live. his mother was denied entry to the u.s. because of president trumps' travel ban against mostly muslim countries, she sued the administration and was granted a waiver to fly to sfo earlier this month to see her dying son. today's funeral is out to the california islamic center. it >> a man accused of killing a police officer is in the county jail, in modesto this morning. a 32-year-old gustavo perez was that the subject of a statewide manhunt, authorities finally tracked him down, he was hiding out near bakersfield. he was in the country illegally and had been arrested for dui, in the meantime a vigil was held last night in the city of newman, to honor newman and police officer brownell swing. -- rondell singh. >> his family and other members in law enforcement arrived, while some of those in attendance did not necessarily know him, they felt a bond to his commitment for service. it >> i believe it is important
for towns and communities to come together, in times where there are tragedies, to show each other that there is love in the world for one another. he >> he loved his friends, he left his family, he loved his community. he loved this country. he loved his job. the world is a worse place without him here. i am sorry to all of you. >> he worked with the sheriff's office before joining the police department in 2011, he was married and had a five- month-old son, his funeral is set for next saturday. jerry brown is ordered the state capital flag to fly at half staff in honor of corporal singh, in a statement, the governor said our hearts are with the entire community of
the newman officers across the state, who risk their lives every day to protect and serve the people of california. authorities say the suspect, was transported from bakersfield to modesto, the sheriff says sings handcuffs were used in the arrest. two people arrested last night, seven people who helped him elude capture. they got a break in the case after a manhunt involving police agencies from across california. >> all of our teams rolled out, we had people underneath surveillance, we identified the locations, search warrants were executed. >> the sheriff says that arriaga entered the u.s. several years ago illegally, and suggested that california's sanctuary laws played a role in the tragedy. it >> if he was not here he would not have been driving drunk, and it would not of been reported, the enforcement stop potentially never would have occurred. >> sheriff christensen was among law enforcement officers
who met with president trump at the white house back in may, they were speaking out against california's sanctuary laws. we got a response from senator scott weiner who is a supporter of the sanctuary law. >> we want to make sure that people have faith in reporting crimes to the police. what we don't want to have happen is immigrant communities viewing law enforcement as an extension of ice, then crimes will not get reported, and we will be less safe. >> weiner says the, -- consequences for killing up police officer will be severe, and, sanctuary laws have flexibility to work with ice when involving a violent offender. he added that ice is free to conduct its own enforcement. >> a government shutdown is
stretching into the new year, president trump is threatening to shut down the entire southern border, if his demands for the border funding are not met in the coming weeks, white house officials blamed democrats for the stalemate, i much of their anger is focused on house minority leader's from california, nancy pelosi. >> democrats would cut a deal, but they are protecting ms. pelosi. it >> she's unwilling to do anything until she gets her speakership, she is more willing to protect that banshee is our borders and protect american lines. >> pelosi's office says democrats proposed three options to reopen the government, but, the presidents border wall is a moral, ineffective and expensive according to them. david mcewan says that pressure will be growing in the white house, beginning in the new year. as democrats take control of the house and government workers are not getting paid. >> the dynamic is going to change, these workers that you are talking about, and the
essential employees will not be able to pay their mortgages. they will not be able to pay bills or holiday bills, as we move into january, that will fracture the economy, even though it is a blip in some ways -- >> the professors says that the fx could linger all the way until the presidential race in 2020, he says well president trent must make his conservative base happy, you will also try to show that he is a dealmaker and can negotiate. it has been 10 years since officer grant was killed. >> how his family is remembering him, after he was shot and killed. >> helping camp fire victims, the special ipa that is being brewed in the area. ♪ ♪
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>> if you're going to go outside, what will make you feel warm. it >> layers, puppy layers, gloves, scarves, the whole bit. the temperatures are in the 30s and 40s, we are seeing a rebound. let's start with a look at the satellite and radar, easy to depict, the high pressure. that circulation around the high-pressure, right over the pacific. that has pushed the storm to the north, we will not see any rain over the next few days. areas like washington are picking up a little bit this morning, we will have a system that drifts into northern california, and will increase our cloud cover a little bit for tomorrow, and behind the storm, it is likely to bring up winds once again. more on that in our extended forecast, we have clear skies with temperatures in the 40s for your afternoon. breezy conditions are a possibility in your new year's eve, here's a look at future caste, it will be fairly quiet,
a cold start, we will look at the numbers in just a moment. as we get into sunday morning, cloud cover but the rain sticks to the north, if you want to call it that. there's a slight chance california will get some of this, as you get into new year's eve, behind the storm as it passes to the east, we are looking at mostly clear and breezy conditions, good for the fireworks, come midnight. it could be a little brisk, if you're going to be out and about, or enjoying dinner on new year's eve. 46 degrees in oakland, and upper 30s and low 40s for the north bay. nice improvement there, we started out in the 30s, so good for you. in san jose is at 42. a few more numbers, we have 48 at roanoke park, 45 and nevada. your afternoon highs, mid-50s, 57 in san rafael, 56 in san francisco. for the south bay, 59 degrees in san jose, and morgan hill in santa cruz -- if you're going
to tahoe, a cold start where truck he bottom out 10 degrees. low 40s in the forecast for today, as well as tomorrow. we are getting into the final days of 2018, i don't know if i am ready. it >> you better be. >> i am ready to see 2019. there you go. it is 9:17 am, this is a decade anniversary of the police shooting -- a >> policy for shows us how the incidents paved the way for change and changed the trajectory of so many lives. >> reporter: tens of thousands of people pass through the station each week. many may not remember or even know about the tragic shooting death of often grant. >> it is hard, it doesn't even seem like it has been 10 years -- time is flying by.
it >> it was in the early morning hours, of 2009, grant and his friends were writing the train, returning from a new year's celebration in san francisco, when they arrived at fruitvale, police were there, responding to a fight. officers pulled grant and his friends from the train, grant was on his stomach on the platform, when officer pulled his weapon, he mistake a gun for a taser, 10 years later, the mother still has a painting of her son on the wall, saying a justice for oscar grant, my question has finally come, she says, justice has not come. >> until the system changes, to where those who do wrong are held accountable, officers need to be held accountable for their actions. it >> he left the police department and was convicted of involuntary manslaughter, and released after serving his two-
year sentence, given credit for good conduct in jail. >> i pray for him and his family, because he still has to sleep every night, i know that god is the final judge of all things. >> senses shooting death, others in the platform have lost their lives. not at the hands of police, but the gun violence. >> two other young men have been murdered. that is three young men that were on this platform, 10 years ago, it never goes away. >> reporter: he became a community organizer after his son's death, and helps his friends they were on the platform that fateful morning. >> jackie was right next to oscar, and nigel was on the other side of this officer, they were right there. >> they ended up watching him be killed, unnecessarily, it changed their perspective, and their view in life.
>> after the shooting, hundreds took to the streets, outraged that another unarmed black man was killed at the hands of police. like many of the protests, at the time he thought he was doing the right thing, he says, but looking back he has regrets. >> i would've given more of my time to the community, and to their issues. i would have realized that -- i'm not even taking care of my own son. >> the anger, the crying, the unbalanced nest -- some of them did not get help. >> the oscar grant foundation was created, focusing on posttraumatic stress disorder. some believe that all those in the platform, and their families are still dealing with this today, as for bryson, he found it up barbershop, and a
nonprofit was created out of the death of oscar grant, 10 years ago. >> even oscar is not here, but we are in a ministry together, because of all of the people that i am meeting are because of what happened. >> senses death, there has been in a police oversight committee created, they are putting him mural up at the station. i am paul chambers, mornings on 2 news. for those who like to enjoy the newest popular shows -- what you need to look out for before logging back in to your netflix account, coming your way. it >> what a new survey reveals about consumers working at their dream job.
anchor, and before that he anchored good morning sacramento, for cw 31. his body was found in a los angeles area motel room thursday afternoon. the >> when the officers at the fire department arrived, there was a man down in the room, and there was a friend that was with him who was already getting that man cpr. it was obviously a dire situation, the paramedics took the man to a local hospital, and, he was pronounced dead. we were able to confirm that the man has died. it >> he was known for his upbeat personality, and for his popular food segment. he leaves behind a wife and a nine-year-old daughter. with tomorrow's game left, fans are looking towards next year, that means they are watching very carefully,
talking to reporters on monday, he was out on a side field at the practice facility in santa clara yesterday, he used a resistance ban to strengthen his knee, and he has been out since tearing a left knee ligament against the kansas city chiefs, the head coach says that there have been no setbacks in his rehabilitation, you can see them face the rams on the ktvu, tomorrow at 1 pm. >> that is right retort, hard to watch. the raiders faith the kansas city chiefs, they will play at one of the loudest stadiums in the nfl, while they are finishing at the bottom of the league, there is still reason for optimism, scott reeves has the final game of the oakland raiders. >> if it was the coliseum finale, the raiders gave it a fond farewell. he >> any time you plan on monday night, the coliseum in front of your fans, the last home game
of the year, all of those things are heightened emotions no matter what. i think our job as professionals is to make sure that we are locked in, and focus. it is a choice, that each man has to make. >> a lot of good choices have been made over the last seven weeks, the denver win puts the raiders in position to finish the season 4-3, pretty much unthinkable when they were sitting at 1-8. >> you wish for the season to go by. there are a lot of guys that take pride in their performance. we have a taste of it. >> losing is not that much fun. it >> a victory on sunday will not come easy against the chiefs team, playing for the afc's top seed, and a quarterback in the running for nfl and dp. >> this guy is making throws that people have not seen before, 50 touchdown passes as a starter? that is quite amazing. if i had a vote, i would stand
here in front of these microphones and say i vote for him. he >> scott reese, mornings on 2 news. >> the warriors are in holiday fund, they have lost five of their last eight, including an overtime lose to the blazers, that was at oracle. now they get another shot, they are on the road tonight, have already lost 13 games, and are currently tied for second in the western division. gun owners can expect big changes in 2019, we will talk about gun laws that take effect in the new year. we have a confirmed cause to an early morning fire in castro valley that forced a family of free to scramble from the flames, we will have that, after the break.
from ktvu studios, this is mornings on 2 news. we are going to rock our way through the end of 2018. welcome back to mornings on 2 news, it is 9:30 am, we are happy to have you join us, it looks beautiful outside, but it is chilly. mike requested the rolling stones. >> i love it, they will be here in may? at levi stadium. it is on my bucket list. i saw call -- paul mccartney.
you have to see the stones, even though they are all pushing 80. that is okay. good morning, happy weekend, this is the last weekend of 2018. >> let's get you over to rosemary orozco with a check of our forecast . >> it is going to be cool, perhaps brisk out there, we will be dry, claudine wong, between now and the new year. the temperatures this morning are putting up have in your step, it is a cold one. even with the sun shining, temperatures are beginning to warm slightly. a nice calm start to the day, you can tell from the water. here is another view, of storm tracker two. partly cloudy skies, the clouds come from the north as we catch the barry -- the very tail end of a system that will not bring us rain or much more than the cloud cover that you see there.
so, for today, partly cloudy and mostly clear. yesterday morning we had winds blowing through the bay area, it was quite blustery in many spots. we have gotten calm. with the clear skies and the calm conditions, temperatures started out 10-15 degrees colder this morning than yesterday morning. we are beginning to turn around a little bit, we are nine degrees colder in areas like nevada and napa, down by six degrees in oakland. i would take the calm over the wind, even if it is chillier. let's look at the temperatures, 42 and napa, 46 in san francisco, and the inland areas of livermore at at our -- are
at 43 degrees. we are beginning to thaw out a little bit, your afternoon highs for today, 50s with upper 50s around the bay, from the coast and linda, we had 58 expected for oakland, 59 in concord, and 56 in pacifica. temperatures will not budge a lot, getting through 2018, they see a little bit of wind, we on new year's eve, i will explain in the extended forecast, coming up. >> a new development in an orderly morning house fire that sent a man to the hospital and claimed the lives of two dogs in the house. we have new footage of the fire, jesse gary is live with that update. jesse? >> good morning to you, before we get to that new footage, we have information, we were talking about how the building department would come and take a look at this property, i have been told that that will not happen, the house has been turned over to the family and they are going to boarded up and try to affect repairs when they can, additionally, the husband that suffered second- degree burns in the fire, he is now on his way back. his condition is stable enough to where you can be discharged, he's on his way back. here is the video claudine was talking about, this is a
neighbors video of a cell phone -- a cell phone video of the fire that up along -- began at 6 am. it burned this home at the 1800 block of malabar boulevard. investigators say they have now confirmed that this began on the first floor, with the space heater, neighbors say they were awoken to sounds of banging on their doors. >> i heard pounding, and i ran to my parents room. then, there was more pounding at 5:55 am, and i heard screaming -- there is a fire, get out. >> we shuffled in the house and grabbed our dogs, and any items that we could keep, that was pretty much it. we ran outside. >> the two pets in the home did not make it out alive, animal control officers were here just a little while ago, to remove the remains. again, they have just confirmed the cause of this as a space
heater on the first floor, which started the fire. space heaters have to have space around them, three foot radius or so around them, that was not the case in this case, it had items around it and it started a fire on the bottom floor, and was spread to the rest of the house. the family now has to stay with relatives while they affect repairs, they were board up the building and repair when they can. live in castro valley, jesse gary, mornings on 2 news. back to you in the studio, claudine wong. >> thank you jesse, later today a funeral will be held for a little boy whose family was at the center of president trumps' a travel ban. the two-year-old abdullah hassan died at oakland
children's hospital, abdul and his father are u.s. citizens, they live in egypt with his mother who is a citizen of yemen. his father brought into the united states in october to treat a rare genetic brain condition, but he was later put on life support, doctors gave him very little time to live. his mother was denied entry to the u.s., because of president trumps' travel ban against muslim countries, she sued the administration and was eventually granted a waiver to fly into san francisco international to see her dying son one last time, today's funeral is that that the california islamic center, in lodi. >> to talk about the service and how the family is dealing with the tragedy, is a side with the attorneys for care council of middle east relations, thank you for joining us. >> thank you for having me. >> you called him a guiding light for all of us, in the fight against xenophobia, is there -- how are they doing? >> it is very difficult, it is difficult. ultimately, i was a granted --
they were granted a waiver, and they recognized that this was going to happen. it has been difficult, but at the same time we are glad that we are able to come together as a family, and mourn with the dignity. >> do you think this will affect a change? >> i do, abdullah, and a sense, the two-year-old boy -- he wanted to show the effects of the muslim ban. going forward, this administration is going to have to recognize that to this waiver process cannot to be a sham, it would have to be a legitimate process, otherwise they will get more embarrassing cases like this. >> you talk about the waiver, and expediting requests before you guys got involved, what do you think changed? obviously, it got a lot of media attention with people, saying -- why is she not being allowed to say goodbye to her son? what do you think they did that
turned the tables finally? >> the publicity in the community -- it is an embarrassment for the trump administration, this was on the heels of a seven-year-old girl dying in american custody at the border, a few days before. then, they have this case on the heels of that. people are starting to see the real impacts of family separation from the xenophobic policies that the trump administration is putting out there. that played a huge role in this. >> what is the plan, after the service, today will be a difficult goodbye. i know you are in egypt, how long are they planning on staying, how long will he be able to stay? >> thanks, she was granted an immigrant visa to stay here permanently, we are hopeful that they will find strength and patience to move forward from here, and live in california. >> one final question, how did this play out in the middle east? >> well, you know, sadly -- there are not a lot of people
reaching out to us. there are a lot of desperate people, especially from yemen, who are from similar situations with families separated because of these policies. >> thank you for joining us, you are the attorney representing the family on a difficult day today, as they say goodbye to this little boy. we take -- we appreciate you taking the time to talk to us, our thoughts are with the family. >> the time now is 939. the law enforcement agencies are once again warning people not to drink and drive during the upcoming holiday., we report that officers will have help from the new law designed to stop repeat offenses. >> our son matt, home for the
summer break from the united states naval academy was killed when we were hit by a dui offender. >> reporter: in 2001, mary suffered an unforgettable loss, her 22-year-old son was killed by a repeat drunk driver, since then she has worked to prevent other families from having to go through what she has had to endure. >> we should not be losing anybody to this. it is 100 percent preventable. >> the last weekend before the new year, law enforcement from the bay area were on hand in san francisco, urging partiers to ring in the new year, safely. >> designate a driver when there is drinking, make use of public transportation, public transit and rideshare services will help. >> law enforcement is celebrating senate bill 1046, drunk drivers and first-time drunk drivers will have ignition interlock devices installed in their vehicles, forcing the drivers to pass a breathalyzer before they can drive. jerry hill offered the bill and says the benefit is keeping drivers on the radar, rather than suspending their licenses and having them drive illegally, with a license
suspended. >> you are watching this. >> they said was instrumental in gathering support for the idea, a device like this may have prevented the death of her son. >> the man that was driving that killed my son was on a suspended license. if he had a device in his car, we would be looking at a different outcome. no mother wants to bury their child. >> anti-drunk driving at the kids say the average drunk driver gets behind the wheel 80 times before they get caught, they say these interlock devices can help them from killing themselves or someone else. mornings on 2 news, back to you. changes for the gun industry, mornings on 2 news examines the gun measures that will soon become state law.
>> reporter: new laws are set to take effect in 2019, starting in february, the minimum age to buy a long gun will go up from 18 to 21. there are exceptions for licensed hunters, law enforcement officers and members of the military. the restriction already applies to handguns. the legislation was co-authored by east mae assembly and, ron bond. >> from a public safety standpoint, what is good policy for handguns is good policy for long guns. >> assembly bill 29, initiating a firearms ban for anyone convicted of a misdemeanor violence offense, the legislation expands on an existing law which applies to people with felony convictions, taking effect january 1. assembly bill 1525 takes effect on the first, it requires all gun stores to post warning signs, detailing the risks and rules of handling guns. i am andre, mornings on 2 news, back to you. we will ring in the new year back in style, i have got crap, i have got shrimp, we will be cooking with you, right after the break. stay right there.
good morning, you are listening to morning -- this request was from jason. we have mostly clear skies across the area, partly cloudy over portions of the north bay, and a chilly start to the day. we will check in on your current conditions and show you what you can expect for the weekend and into the new year, coming up. all right, we have new year's three days away, it is time to get your party hats on and plan your goodbye 2018 get-
togethers, to help us get started, let's say hello to our favorite chef, caterer and bartender, how are you? >> i am delighted to be here. the >> it is good to have you, we have for seco, you are making a drink. tell us about it. >> this is per seco, with liquor and orange garnish. >> of course. >> to new beginnings, success, and happiness. >> i will be making these crafted shrimp cakes, so -- i will show you how to make the mix, then we will make the sauce. >> do you crack your own? >> this is fresh crack -- fresh cracked crab, you can use canned crab if you have the good stuff, but you want to use the best possible. you can get to the fresh crab,
and it is amazing. cayenne pepper. take salt and pepper, then the mayonnaise, and chives, lemon juice and lemon zest -- the trick with these -- what makes these special, is, they have the best quality ingredients. we are not trying to cover up the flavors with anything else. finally, lemon juice and lemon zest, fresh. meanwhile, you -- please put all these ingredients into the zabul, for the remoulade. we have chives and shallots, put it in their lips as i have a spin to help you. >> i have chives in mine as well. >> what does remoulade mean? >> it is a fancy word for thousand island, thousand island dressing is like a version of remoulade. we were talking about the trick, the best possible ingredients do not cover up the flavors with fillers, bell peppers or spices. >> that looks like cookie dough.
it looks good. >> these are sautiing, these are the larger size, we do these for a larger side, and we do these as hors d'oeuvres. you could do these as a buffet, or make small ones. >> do i do that? this is the sauce. >> we have one minute. >> okay, we are going to show you how to make this. i have a metal ring, and a pan of breadcrumbs. if you take a spoonful of this -- i have this scooper, which i like to use, you take some breadcrumbs on the top, and padded with your finger. that is it. then, this can go -- a >> it is like a mini crabcake? >> it is. that is basically it, now we will taste while we have time. this is delicious. >> i like your remoulade.
>> the crab and shrimp are cooked, you don't need to worry about it being cooked enough, it is about it getting brown and hot. >> i put remoulade on. >> thank you for having me. a >> if you like these recipes, we are posting them in www.ktvu.com, but not until after the show. enjoy. we have crabcakes, everybody >> take it away, i got some eating to do. >> enjoy it, and save me one. we are giving you a look here -- >> just a few days from new
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to give people a fresh start in 2019. >> anything that does not suit my new life, anything that does not do better for me, has to go. health, and bad decisions -- etc. need to get away? southwest airlines is looking at the start of next year, to start fights the island, the airline is waiting for certification in larger planes, then defy longer distances, southwest ceo is telling investors to expect flights during peak winter season, january and february, the airline is targeting oakland and san jose has lunch cities, but plan to add sacramento as well, the airline is planning to offer flights from island to island to directly compete with aloha and hawaiian airlines. there is a netflix scam right
now to look out for, the federal trade commission is warning about an email that may circulate and ask you about personal information like your account number, social security number, and your password. according to netflix's security sites, netflix will never ask for personal information, to be sent to them. if you get one of these emails, netflix says not to click on anything in it, and reported to netflix. it >> closing 80 stores, but stating up liquidation, sears faced a deadline yesterday for bids to keep the 142-year-old chain operating, the reprieve came when eddie lampert, the chairman made an offer of $4.4 billion, however he is struggling to come up with financing. sears also owes kmart, and filed for bankruptcy. wells fargo has agreed to pay $575 million to settle claims regarded to it's a fake
-- in regards to it's a fake account scandal. the scandal involves employees allegedly setting up phony accounts for millions of customers, without their consent, or knowledge in order to meet sales goals. >> to members to the board of directors, oracle ceo larry allen said the chief human resources officer kathy wilson will be joining the board, it is a result of a settlement over elon musk's tweets, saying he was considering taking the company private, the board said two new directors were selected because of their strong beliefs and teslas mission of moving the world, over to sustainable energy. it >> one quarter of americans are working a so-called dream job, they had an above average salary, and of this group, 41 percent aspired to the business owners, the perks include a 9-5 shift, lots of vacation time,
and working remotely also made the list. >> a dream job is all over the place, they have the answer for what they were created to do. i think we are all created with talents, things we do best, and passions, things we love to do. >> according to the survey, the average dream salary for men is close to 444,005 -- for women, $278,000 was the dream amount. a >> that sounds good. >> yeah, sounds like a dream job. >> working from home, rosemary orozco, that sounds good. a >> you guys are working your dream job, it is a chilly start, if you're getting out. we have sunny skies, fairly calm conditions, and a beautiful view of the iconic bridge. the golden gate is going to remain with mostly clear skies for today, seeing partly cloudy at the moment, that has to do
with the system moving over the north, high pressure will be in control of the weather patterns. the guys in the control room, how about some graphics? high pressure is in control of the pacific, the storm track is sticking to the north, a few clouds are coming our way, and that is about it. dry conditions today, tomorrow, and into the new year, mostly sunny skies, mid-to upper 50s expected for the second part of your day. a few clouds on sunday, a little breezy on monday, behind that system that will bring us a few clouds. the temperatures this morning are beginning to thaw out, we have temperatures in the 40s to 50s, and as we get into the afternoon, mid-to upper 50s from areas like san francisco and into the cell -- south part of the bay. a dry weather through the extended forecast, you can see -- it is good news for the fireworks that will be set off into new year's day. >> it is okay for a dry start, but we will need wet days. >> we have crabcakes over there.
- hello, everybody. - [emily] on this episode of xploration outer space. - see you in the stars. - for the last three years, we've held our student-astronaut contest and each time, the winning prize became bigger and more fantastic. well, this year, we're doing it again. join us as xploration outer space goes to russia. welcome to xploration outer space. we just held our student-astronaut contest and you won't believe what the prize is. we're going to russia. ("nutcracker suite: russian dance trepak" by tchaikovsky) our lucky winner will join me on an all-expenses paid trip to train like a cosmonaut at the yuri gagarin cosmonaut training center in star city. we'll ride in a centrifuge,