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fire in pa terror row hill. >> making a relocation pitch the raider. >> we are live in san jose where people are camped out over night. 6:00. you are look at a live foggy picture of the new by island, landfill. neighbors say the smell coming from there is unbearable. we are talking about the proposed changes to the property that have people out
there very concerned. good morning, thank you for joining us friday, november 7th i'm pam cook. >> and good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about your weather and traffic for a brand new friday morning. steve paulson is the man. >> thank you mr. clark i appreciate that. pam, can't you do better than that? >> i appreciate the bruin colors you are wearing today. [ laughter ] >> that was a good one. very well played. we have some areas if you're in the city are the fog horns sounding? they have to be. there are reports of very thick fog. deeper marine layer. it's kind of coast and bay but some inland areas san jose also some reports as well. it will baa little cooler by the waters edge. otherwise it will be hazy and sunshine. 40s and 50s. you might squeeze out a .01 on drizzle or mist. 40s and 50s very mild for some.
on the cool side but not very cold. there is absolutely nothing heading in our direction that will say rain. it's all high pressure. i think we will get a little offshore breeze as well. it's mainly a friday event. 60s a little closer to the beaches. now sal, we've been watching this fog dance around. any reports? things are improving this some areas and getting worse in others. we are all getting tweets about it. obviously we will be watching for it. just remember you might encounter fog. let's take a look at carquinez bridge. it's much better fog wise. it's taking 18 minutes. if you are driving out to the mccarthur maze.
if you are driving on the marin county commute, it looks good. no slow traffic to speak of. let's go back to the desk. >> all right, thank you sal. concerns over plans to expand the landfill. the smell is already overwhelming. they can't imagine it getting worse. it's that odor that has them so angry. last night at a meeting announced plans to expand. the company wants to increase the height of the landfill from 150 to 245 feet and increase cubic capacity by 15 million cubic yards.
>> it's unfortunate we've been singled out. there are multiple sources around here. >> republic services which operates the landfill says it is in full compliance with the daily cover and odor misting systems. it says that there is no correlation between smell and vertical expansion but neighbors say that is not true. and they'd like to see the fill gone all together because they say it is hurting their quality of life. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. how close are you? can you smell it? >> reporter: yeah. it's easier around the nose because the fog is keeping it down. it is just really dark outside. it's over where those lights are. we drove about a half a mile, a
mile down the road. it happened at 5:30 on northbound 680. the chp says the van and another car may have collided and the driver of the van tried to swerve but hit the chp officer who was in the car pool lane. the crash shut down lanes for several hours. at one point traffic was backed up all the way to the 580 interchange. >> i had to get off the freeway. wanted to get food. hopefully would die down. >> the chp officer was air lifted to a trauma center. he is expected to survive. happening right now needy south bay families are waiting in line. they are camped out ready to sign up for special help for
this holiday season. the demand for help this year keeps growing. good morning, dave. we have been talking to these people. these are mothers and fathers. each of them have their own stories. and they are struggling. some of them have jobs but it's still not enough. they are waiting to register for holiday food boxes. the first person lined up at 4:00 yesterday afternoon. the charity is helping 4,000 families for thanksgiving 2100 for christmas. but they have to register to receive those items. that is why they are outside in the cold. we have seen many children out here waiting. their parents say it's a sacrifice but receiving the help is worth it. we spoke to one father that has a wife and six children
including a newborn. >> i have faith in god it's worth it. it's worth it because i know there is precious hearts at home. >> reporter: sacred heart needs thousands of turkeys and only have one right how. they need food and toy donation. but they are also accepting money as well. they have been helping families for 50 years. workers say even though the economy has improved, there is such an economic divide in the bay area and those low wage earners are not able to keep up with the bills ape every day needs. if you'd like to help, you can come down here on south first street. san jose city councilman
sam liccardo is moving close to victory. his opponent supervisor dave cortese could concede today. the latest election numbers show liccardo has 51.5% of the vote. cortese has 48.5%. liccardo's lead has grown slightly over the two-point lead he's held since the first results were released on election night. his come back chances continue to dwindle with fewer and fewer ballots left to count. time is 6:08. the head of information technology for santa claire ram county elections office abruptly resigned the day before election day. the mercury news reports it's still not clear whether it chief joseph's surprise resignation had any impact on the vote counting. santa clara county was one of the slowest in the whole state in posting election returns. there is no word why he decided
to quit. a soccer mom is staging a sit in at an athletic field. she wants to stop or slow down the renovation of the athletic fields. san francisco voters cast their ballots on a measure that includes replacing grass fields with artificial turf but mccow and other opponents say all of the votes have not been counted yet. >> the contractors have jumped the gun. they have already fell 12 mature trees and ripping out the turf. >> the latest election totals show the athletic field measure has a 10% lead. san francisco's reck and park department went ahead and started the renovations because it is confident the measure will pass. police in vallejo arrested a man and woman suspected of 19 commercial burglaries around the bay area.
after a three month investigation, detectives yesterday morning served a search warrant at a home on rotary way. they say they found stolen ipads, iphones, designer watches and more. right now it's 6:09. illegal drugs and services bought and seed. coming up at 6:30. >> arrested at the airport. what a man is accused of stealing at a plane southwest airlines say could have compromised the lives of other passengers. >> good morning. right now we are still looking at the commute and fog is an issue. but right now highway 4 looks pretty good coming up to the willow pass grade. a little bit of slow traffic on the way to concord. >> some areas are clear. others are really socked in with fog. the full moon was yesterday but still if you don't have that fog, it's easy to see.
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and today, serve over 1 million meals a week. until every kid has built those life-long eating habits, we'll keep working. welcome back. time is 6:13. two members of the army national guard were killed last night in idaho in a hill copter crash. it happened during a training exercise. we don't yet know the names of the soldiers. military still trying to figure out why that helicopter went
down. an investigation continues today at that crash site. a terrifying emergency landing at an airport in canada and it was captured on camera. take a look. you can see sparks flying. this is an air canada jet touching down on the runway last night. 75 people were on board. the flight was going from calgary and had to make this emergency landing. three passengers were treated for minor injuries. the pilot reported some kind of mechanical problem moments before that emergency landing. a san diego man is facing charges for stealing life vests from a southwest airlines plane. according to police, a rue member noticed benjamin taking life vests from under his seat and stuffing them in his bag. he told them this is not the first time he has taken the flotation devices. >> he admitted he took them as a prank or prank gifts.
because when you inflate it, the his friends get a kick out of it. aviation maintenance workers say vests are stolen on a regular basis. he is facing a misdemeanor charge and could face federal charges. the toy hall of fame has three new members. they include the 3d puzzle rubix cube. it was a big hit in 1980. and then these. more than 200 million bottles of bubble liquid sold every year. and from my boyhood little green army men. finally made it into the hall of fame. they were less popular during the vietnam war. but then when the movie toy story came out, they became a big hit again. and speaking of toy story. pixar is working on a fourth toy story. we were just talking about that. the original movie was the world's first computer animated feature when it was released
almost 20 years ago. john who directed toy story and toy story 2 will now direct toy story 4 and due for release in june of 2017. >> sign me up. we own them all, we have seen them all a million times. love pixar. love toy story. >> it sounds like you'll have another movie to watch. >> think so. we are doing very well if you are going to be heading out of the house on highway 24 and using highway 24 so far. it looks good. we have it up for you here. and westbound 24 is taking eight minutes from pleasant hill road to the caldecott tunnel. not a huge drive right now. this is about as low as it gets. it is all still doing well. when you get to the bay bridge, there will be a little bit of waiting to do. the rest of contra costa county is not bad. 680 from the benicia bridge looks lighter.
sometimes on friday we get conditions that are a little better than normal. westbound 580 we've had a couple things going on here. nothing really major. and the commute on dublin looks okay. 6:16 let's go to steve in the weather center. sal, i just made it. i was updating stuff. you know what i mean. which means i was on twitter and facebook. [ laughter ] people are asking questions. there is also a really big system moving into the aleutians. and it will have big time effect ons us. but not this morning. the full moon was yesterday. not today. [ laughter ] that fog is dancing around though. so the friday fog deepens. it will be a little cooler by the coast. some of that thick, thick thick as thieves. sunrise at 6:42.
sunset at. today 57 and 56. a lot of systems taking aim at the system northwest. vancouver, seattle. there is plenty of moisture out here. it was the remains of typhoon nuri which turns extra tropical and moves into the cold water. they are looking for 70 knot winds and wave heights to 50 feet there. today and tomorrow. that almost in turn deepen over us. ridge will fire up. this will all take shape over the next three to five days. we have the fog. so some of that moving around a little bit. 36 up in tahoe. 45 ukiah. monterey at 50 proposal 63 and 64 l.a.. some 40s but a lot of 50s as
well. 56sfo. 57 half-moon bay. after that fog burns off, we'll have lots of sunshine and everything points toward high pressure building in for a weekend. so slightly cooler by the coast. temperatures warm up over the weekend. rain stays well to the north. may be extreme northern california around tuesday and wednesday of next week. but it's stubborn. just stubborn high pressure. there is some of that system coming in tuesday but there is no rain in this. at least not here. i think we will get cooler and back to the upper 60s. fog, sun, hazy skies. 70s on the temps. a few more 60s closer to the coast. there is visibility along parts of san francisco and san jose. thick fog redwood city. and oakland sunny and warm earn
saturday into sunday. >> all right. >> by the way the el nino probability has decreased to 58%. >> for the season. >> for the winter months. it's going down and it will be weak. i think really that is the only thing that will save us if we don't get that, i don't like the pattern. it's early. costco could replace american express as the only credit card it expects in the u.s.. as well as being its payment network. american express may be among the companies bidding. costco unusual because most retailers accept more than one credit card in their stores. costco already dropped as their partner in canada. a new report shows retail workers are stealing millions of dollars a year from their
employers. that cost them $18 billion last year. that is more than shoplifters that stole less than $16 million. discount stores for victims less often. super markets tied for second. at least likely employees to steal are workers at home and garden stores. i know steve was watching monday night football. it was thursday night football. it was very emotional out there. why it was extra special for one player even though his team lost. but first. >> i go through it almost daily in my mind. like what happened? >> a nurse cured of ebola speaking out now. why she doesn't know how she contracted it and the prize possession she no longer has because of that virus. ugh tuesn save hundreds on beautyrest and posturepedic. choose $300 in free gifts with tempur-pedic. even choose 48 months interest-free financing on the new tempur-choice. the triple choice sale ends tuesday, veterans day.
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uc berkeley police are investigating an adult. the alleged assault happened on halloween at an unnamed fraternity. the victim told police she believes she was drugged. three other sexual say salts are under investigation. they were turned over to berkeley police department and sol far no arrests have been made. san francisco supervisor
david chew has won a seat in the board assembly. 51% of the vote. defeating david campos. the 17th district includes the eastern part of san francisco and treasure island. amber vincent is talking about her experience and has no clue how she got ebola. >> i go through it almost daily in my mind. what happened. what went wrong. i was covered completely. cdc protocol for dawning. i never stray. >> vincent treated thomas duncan. he was the first to be treated with ebola in the u.s.. vincent didn't realize she had the virus until her temperature spiked days later.
doctors can't say happen stave saved miss vincent but know her young age and quick treatment helped. many of her belongings including her engagement ring were burned up in the days following her diagnosis. she also says she doesn't know when or if she will suit up and scrub again. facebook is stepping up their efforts to stop ebola. the companies also donating and deploying 100 satellite communication terminals to boost internet and phone services to evented areas in west africa. the drummer of acdc. they have dropped the hire for murder charge. however he still faces three
lesser charges including threatening to kill someone and drug possession. prosecutors have not said why they brought the murder for hire charge against him in the first place. a california woman accused of stealing and crashing a highway patrol suv. investigators say they know how they managed to get behind the wheel while wearing handcuffs. >> and discussion about the oakland raiders moving to texas are getting serious. >> good morning. right now we are still looking at traffic that is getting busier by the moment. here on highway 24 it looks good. we'll take a look at the other east bay commutes.
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good morning to you. welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. we are live. we are at the raiders headquarters in alameda this morning. have you heard? officials from san antonio, texas reportedly are here in the bay area trying to sell the raiders officials on the idea of moving the team to south texas. alex savidge is out there right now. he'll tell you more about today's meeting coming up in a couple minutes. thank you for joining us. ktvu channel 2 morning news friday, november 7th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. it's 6:30. steve is here. it sounds like a pretty nice weekend. >> it will be sunny and warm. a lot of fog out there. a lot of fog. >> it's right outside our door. >> i wanted to get out there myself. i wanted to thank david. he said i'm at sfo. it's clear. fog is creeping in from the
east. it does creep around for a little bit. some areas clear. a little haze around the edges. some locations are really socked in. thick fog out there. it's a shallow fog bank. so it's coast bay and inland. it will burn off. 50s on the temps or 40s. even menlo park is at 50. on monday we had 30s and 40s. those are long gone. after today's fog and that is really all we have to talk about it will be warmer weekend. thick morning fog. cooler by the coast. a lot of 70s inland. 60s around the bay. sal, getting some great pictures on twitter and information coming in on that fog. from half hour to half hour it moves around.
and bailey road has reopened. a lot of people were stuck in traffic because it was closed. they were fixing a power pole in that area. but this morning bailey road has resoaped in the -- has reopened in the area. we have a crash reported southbound 880. an overturned jeep on its roof. oakland fire department are responding. southbound 880. witness said the person in the jeep managed to get himself out of the vehicle. but again it's right here. southbound 880. we will watch a backup build for this commute because the emergency vehicles are on the way. this is a look at the toll plaza. traffic is backing up for a 25 minute delay. if you are driving in contra costa county, so far slow traffic. let's go back to the desk. all right, sal. in the south bay people are complaining this morning about a smell they call unbearable.
concerns are being raised about plans to expand a landfill. tara moriarty is out there. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. neighbors say they can smell the stench of burgage for miles around here. so obviously the idea of expanding the landfill, putting more trash in there is not going over well. we know solid waste company at the new be island landfill announced to expand. they want to increase the height of the landfill from 150 to 245 feet and increase cubic capacity by 15 million cubic yards. neighbors want to stop the planitis tracks. >> we are planning to leave this community because of this season. we don't think the quality of life that we are experiencing right now. >> it's unfortunate we have been singled out. there are multimillion source
-- there are multiple sources. >> reporter: they are in full compliance with the daily cover and odor misting systems to neutralize the smell. it says there is no correlation between smell and vertical expansion. but neighbors say that is not true and they'd like to see the fill gone all together. tara moriarty ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. time is 6:34. one person has died, another one has life threatening injuries after two shootings last night in san francisco that ever and when they got there, they saw a man on the ground who had been shot. he was rushed to san francisco general hospital in critical condition. police learned another man had earlier gone to the hospital and he later died. investigators won't say why but they think both men were shot
together. this morning a man who was shot by san francisco police is in the hospital in critical condition. just before 8:00 last night, three officers patrolling the potrero hill neighborhood say they saw five men. four of the men ran away. police say the one man who remained pulled out a gun. and police say he refused an order to drop his weapon forcing the police to shoot. >> fordered the suspect to drop his firearm and he has now come plied. striking that suspect at one time in the upper body. >> police say the man who was shot had been involved in a drug related case just last month and he had drugs on him last night. the four other men were detained and questioned by police. police chief greg suhr will hold a community meeting about that shooting on monday night. also happening today, city
leaders from san antonio are here in the bay area. they will make a sales pitch to try to lure the silver and black to texas. alex savidge is at raiders headquarters in alameda with more on today's critical meeting. alex. >> reporter: as these talks heat up, fans are hoping the raiders will stay put here in the east bay. we do know civic leaders from san antonio will be sitting down to meet face to face with the raiders owner later on today here in the bay area and the discussion about possibly moving the team to texas is getting more and more serious with the raiders lease at the coliseum set to expire after this year. now this will be the second such meeting between the two sides. back in july raiders owner mark davis visited san antonio and met with city official there is. according to the san antonio express news, the raiders have determined the alamo dome is an
nfl ready facility. but the group save oakland sports wants the raiders owner to remember with all of this talk about relocation, they want the team to remember the dedicated fan base here in the east bay. >> i think the raiders probably have the great estefan base in all of sports. the raiders haven't had a winning season in 11 years. there has been right or wrong, almost constant uncertainly about the team's future. despite that we are still selling out. >> reporter: there is an important connection that could come into play here. the raiders owner is friends with former san antonio mayor henry cisneros. and he is the man spear heading this effort to lure the raiders away from oakland. according to one report, cyst anywhere row -- cisneros
believes they have a 50/50 shot. we'll have to see how these talks play out again. the two sides almost sit down and meet face to face later on today. live in alameda, alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. it's going to be a big day. meantime ktvu facebook followers are also weighing in on the raiders possible moving to san antonio. juan writes i'm a 49er fan but the raiders belong in oakland. nowhere else. the bay and new york are the only places to have two nfl teams. and i think that is a great thing. debbie writes quote at this point it doesn't really matter. texas raiders, yeah, i'm all for it. what do you think? join the conversation on our facebook page. we might share your comments on
air. oakland's nooner elect says she will -- oakland's mayor elect says she will do everything to keep the raiders here. >> the big work ahead is continuing the efforts that mayor quan has so ably begun in making our city safer. that is our challenge. >> now we're going to talk live to mayor elect schaaf coming up on mornings on 2. that is close to 7:30 this morning. time is 6:39. a san francisco computer programmer may get life in prison if he is convicted of relaunching a notorious black market website. 26-year-old blake benthall was charged in federal court yesterday after agents raided his mission district apartment earlier this week. the criminal complaint accuses him of using the name defcon and operating the silk road 2.0
website for the past year. federal agents searched his apartment for almost eight hours. >> they were all around the house. they actually came over and we ran back and forth and handling some kind of documents with them. and computers. >> benthall will probably be transported to new york to stand trial. the fbi shut down the original silk road website where illegal drugs, fake id's, and illegal s services were purchased and sold. the new site handled $8 million in sales every month. investigators say they traced the website to benthall through a g-mail account. time is 6:40. suing the state because it's not executing people. the reason a group is demanding that california resume carrying out death sentences. >> they have been huddled out in the cold waiting outside this charity in san jose. we'll tell you object how great
the need is and how far behind the nonprofit is. >> good morning. highway 4 still looking okay. but it's getting a little bit slower at mccarthur maze as you come up around the corner there to a crowded bay bridge toll plaza. >> if you don't have the fog, you are probably out of the gate with clear skies. it will be a nice little haze. some temperatures in the 70s but a little cooler at the coast. - ( helicopter whirring ) - ( roars ) ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ready, ready, ready ♪ come and get it ♪ get it, get it ♪ when you're ready, come and get it ♪ ♪ na na na na
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happening right now parents hoping to bring some joy to their children this holiday season are camped outside a south bay charity. they are waiting in line many since yesterday to sign up for an annual holiday giveaway. janine de la vega is out there with them in san jose where the registration line continues to grow. janine. >> reporter: yeah now it's up to about 200 people. and the first person lined up at 4:00 yesterday afternoon here outside sacred heart community service in san jose. that is the earliest anyone has lined up. take a look at everybody here. most of them camped out over night. you can see everybody is now awake. there were kids here with sleeping bags so workers here that this all just speaks to the need. the charity is helping 4,000
families for thanksgiving and 3200 for christmas. they have to register to receive those items. that is why they were outside here until the cold huddled together in blankets. sacred heart showed us their refrigerator. it's pretty empty. >> we need 7,000 turkeys and pop top cans. we need nonperishable food. we need toys for the kids. we need 16,000 toys. we need all kinds of things and will there are a lot of ways to help. >> my younger ones are easier to shop for. it makes it hard. anything helps right now. >> many of the people lined up have a member.
if you would like to help, you can come down here on south 1st street or donate online. we have that up on our twitter account at ktvu.com. reporting live until san jose janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right, thank you, janine. hopefully a lot of people stop by to help. 6:45 is the time. the nfl took a moment to honor children with cancer during last nights game in cincinnati. the bengals raised more than $1 million for cancer research by selling special devin still jerseys. that is little leah. the four-year-old daughter of still. she is fighting stage four pediatric cancer. she flew from philadelphia to see her father play for the first time. last night a check was donated to children's hospital in her honor. the bengals didn't win the game but they are a winner in the fight against cancer. time is 6:46. let's check in now with tori campbell and see what is coming up on mornings on 2. >> good morning. coming up on mornings on 2, the much anticipated monthly jobs
numbers just came in. while a lot of the data looked positive, there is still bad news on the growing wealth gap. it turns out president obama pen pals with iran supreme leader. how many letters they have written and the recent request the president made to the iotala. what is really interesting is over half of these cars owners are clustered in only three california suburbs including one in the bay area. those are some of the stories we are working on for mornings on 2. >> thank you. we'll see you then. back over to sal for a look at commute. >> all right. you know we are looking at heavier traffic. i want to mention the bay bridge because if you are trying to get into san francisco, it's also foggy there as you can see at the toll plaza. foggy along the bridge and stretches. so it might be hard for you to see. this is a look at 880.
there is an overturned vehicle. right before the 66th avenue off ramp. and traffic is slow coming out of downtown oakland toward the airport. and slowing down northbound. 680 is okay in contra costa county but highway 4 is slow from pittsburgh to concord. we have been talking about the fog, steve, it is pretty foggy. for some, sal. that is correct. for others it's a clear morning. i don't know if there is something in the water or the full moon yesterday. give yourselves a pat on the back. really good stuff coming in. nice picture there. couple pictures of san ramon. san francisco as well. good stuff plus if you have nod heard, the el nino update came out. it's gone from 75 to about 58%
chance of a weak one. if we don't get el nino, then we are probably in deep petunias but we will see. we have a long way to go. morning, foggy. weekend will be warmer. the hazy skies yesterday settled in and will continue today. you will need a little bit of a breeze to get raid of that. the slow have been up. water temps are still about 60. the record low 44 in 1971. typhoon nuri is turning what we call extra tropical. move into the colder waters. it's heading into the baring sea and it will be deepening into a monster system. this is a huge system. what does that mean for us? as that system deepens then somewhere downstream you have
to counter act that. there is a lot out here but not over us. the fog though is stuck. it is there. but i don't think it will be there over the weekend. fit does it will get chewed up sooner. 50s on many temps including 40s. los altos hills 56. low 50s san mateo and foster city. any clouds out there? not really. they are heading way to the north. what will happen is the ridge will build over us. they will drop down very cold air in the northern plains and great lakes. we have a little cool down for the coast. after that it will be a warm eructed. i think we get a little offshore breeze. it is stoush born. it is just stubborn out there. everything says even dry weather through the middle of
the month. fog, sun, hazy. some cooler by the coast. 60s and 70s. a little cooler by the beaches. but around the inland areas it will pop back up into the 70s and tomorrow will be warmer. sunday looks warm as well. >> and the coast is clear or pretty foggy? >> no, there is fog. the coast is not clear. it's a punch line in my favorite joke but it's not. >> thank you. 6:51 is the time. checking in on zynga this morning. it was looking to trade a bit lower in early trading this morning. the san francisco based game maker reports losing $56 million. it lost last quarter. zynga peaked with its web based games on facebook but has struggled as consumers have moved to other games and away from facebook. but actually the stock up a little bit right now.
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welcome back to the morning news. today president obama meets at the white house with congressional leaders from both parties. this after republicans won control of the senate in tuesday's election. now president obama has said he wants to find areas where they can compromise but yesterday house speaker john boehner warned the president he could burn himself with republicans if he takes executive action on immigration reform bypassing congress. a member of the navy seal team 6 is going public saying he's the person that shot and killed osama bin laden. the washington post identifies him as 38-year-old now retired from the navy. this is video showing o'niell at a charity dinner. now he tells the post that he decided to go public because he thought others were about to reveal his identity. his actions don't sit well with other navy seals. >> there was a day in age where the silent professional was the person who did the job and
didn't look for the glory. now what you have is classified information being used for power by politicians and money by some of the guys that have gone and done this. >> the head of the seal command recently reminded seals if they break their code of silence, there could be legal consequences. foxes news channel is planning a two-part interview with o'niell next week. a woman accused of stealing highway patrol car while she was handcuffed. she was handcuffed, put into a chp suv and while the officer went back to check the stolen car, the woman slipped the handcuffs to the front of her body, hopped over the seat, and drove off in the chp car. other officers in san diego police chased the woman from the freeway to city streets where she crashed into several cars and was arrested. pedestrian and bike safety
advocates will hold a rally in san francisco remembering people who have been killed on city streets. the most recent death happened yesterday morning. on lombard and vanness avenues. today the coalition will ask city leaders to speed up the pace of street safety improvements. and part will be paid for from funds from propositions a and b which voters passed this week. if you drive across the golden gate bridge this weekend, expect delays. starting tonight there will be rotating lane closures in both directions just north of the bridge. the closures are expected on and off until sunday morning. the crews are closing the lanes as they get ready to install removable median barrier on the bridge. it's scheduled to be installed in january. and happening today are you ready? the first tahoe ski resort is
opening for the season. they will open from 9:00 this morning until 9:00 tonight. the mountain will only have one run open but the resort says the new snow over the halloween weekend and their snow making operations made it possible for them to be the first to open this season. but the way steve is talking about the weather, i don't know if they will be able to stay open. we'll see. coming up on mornings on 2 some out of towners are here in the bay area for a meeting and this may determine the future of the oakland raiders. >> oakland's mayor elect is vow to keep the pro team sport here in town. it's estimated that 30% of the traffic in a city is caused by people looking for parking. that's remarkable that so much energy is, is wasted.
streetline has looked at the problem of parking, which has not been looked at for the last 30, 40 years. we wanted to rethink that whole industry, so we go and put out these sensors in each parking spot and then there's a mesh network that takes this information, sends it over the internet so you can go find exactly where those open parking spots are. the collaboration with citi was important for providing us the necessary financing; allow this small start up to go provide a service to municipalities. citi has been an incredible source of advice, how to engage with municipalities, how to structure deals, and as we think about internationally citi is there every step of the way. so the end result is you reduce congestion, you reduce pollution and you provide a service to merchants, and that certainly is huge.
>> reporter: a serious effort underway to lure the silver and black away from the bay area. we'll tell you why city officials from san antonio, texas will be sitting down to meet with the owner of the raiders later today. oakland's mayor-elect is vowing to keep the city's pro sports teams in town. we'll talk live to libby schaaf about the plan and how she plans to fight crime. >> reporter: people who live near a south bay landfill say a proposal to expand it stinks. hear what one neighbor has to say about it as well as