tv KTVU Morning News Early Edition FOX December 5, 2014 5:00am-6:01am PST
cal train is firing up the brass and holiday lights for its annual holiday train. good morning. we just want to keep up with that holiday spirit. just let that go a bit. because tara moriarty is out at cal train right now with a special holiday train but there are a lot of really cool things you can do in the city and we are going to show you and take you live to some of the very nice holiday displays that you and your family and friends can enjoy. >> you are waking us up with music. >> not only sit friday, but we almost get you a little muse -- but we will get you a little music. we are also talking about weather and traffic. steve paulson came along for the ride. not singing. >> you don't want that.
>> i like your singing, steve. >> where was that by the way? that was very nice those lights. >> it was at cal train. >> cal train, thank you. cloudy skies. light rain already reports in san jose. all the way up to the north bay. i will tell you it looks like one little cell wants to hang out over medesto. we do have cloudy skies. some rain will pick up as the system gets closer. it's not the most organized system i have ever seen. a lot of this may not be showing up on radar. it could be a bit below the beam but it's cloudy skies and rain working its way up from south to north. there was that light rain for san jose it looks like it let up a little bit. 50s on the temps to near 60- degrees. everybody is pretty close.
heaviest rain looks to be to the north along the coast. sal, i think we will get through most of the morning commute but there is light rain out there. we have seen some wet roads. we will keep an eye on all the commutes. when it does rain, it tends to be correlated with more crashes. let's take a look at westbound 80. as you can see traffic is moving along pretty well heading out to the mccarthur maze. there are no major problems along the way. 60 minutes is pretty good. about as good as you get to drive that stretch and the average speeds are up there. no problems on the span itself getting into san francisco. one of the heaviest commutes is livermore valley and right now traffic on the altamont pass a little bit slow but the actual commute on 580 looks good. 5:02 let's go back to the desk. work crews are speeding up
their efforts to fix that big sink hole in san francisco. ktvu alex savidge is joining us live from san francisco. you have more on this project and other ways the bay area is bracing for today's rain. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning, to you. the rush is on to fix the huge sink hole in san francisco before more rain arrives later on today. we will show you the progress crews have been making out here. you can see it's quite an under taking here. as it turns out, this huge sink hole was caused by a broken storm drain line nearby and all of that water eroded the sand underneath the road and that is what led to the collapse. the 20-foot by 20-foot crater opened up during wednesday's rainstorm here at the intersection of sixth and lake in the city's richmond district. the sink hole runs about nine feet deep. gas and water surface was restored to the neighborhood late yesterday and crews will spend today trying to fix sewer lines in this area. the work to repair the big sink hole probably won't be
completed though in its entirety until sometime early next week. in the meantime, there is quite a bit of storm damage up in marin county to tell you about. flood waters seeping through the front door of the champagne salon and day spa in tiburon. they have quite a bit of repair work to do up in that area. bring you back out here live. all around the bay area. lots of cleanup to do. obviously this is one of the biggest projects around. they will try to get things patched up as much as possible before the next system arrives later on today. more rain on the way and folks still drying out and cleaning up all over the place. we are live in san francisco alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >> thanks a lot. we are going to continue to monitor that incoming storm. we'll have updates for you all throughout the morning. you can also get information on our channel 2 website ktvu.com and at mobile ktvu.
this weekend more police patrol tests are planned across the country following the controversial cases involving police using deadly force in ferguson, missouri and new york city. for a second straight night there were demonstrations from new york all the way here to the bay area. protestors walked across the brooklyn bridge carrying symbolic black caskets. be phoenix, arizona is the latest city dealing with the white police officer shooting and killing an unarmed african american man. last night 150 people marched through the city to protest tuesday's shooting which began with the officer trying to break up a suspected drug deal. after chasing the suspect to his apartment, the officer opened fire thinking the
suspect was reaching for a gun. he was putting his hands in his pockets to conceal a pill bottle. >> it's a problem that is happening all over america and now it's so close to home it's kind of hard to ignore. >> the 34-year-old man leaves behind four daughters. while he was not armed, police said they did find marijuana and a semi automatic handgun in his car. it used to be home to several hundred homeless people in san jose but they have been forced to move out. many of them watched as their belongings were thrown into garbage trucks. the city of san jose has been working for the last 18 months with nonprofit organizations for finding alternative housing. already 144 people have found housing while others have temporary shelters. but many more still have no place to go. >> we're already homeless. and now we are displaced homeless. they don't want us on the
streets. it's illegal to be homeless yet they are taking this away from us. >>as for all of that debris stacked up in the jungle, it will take two weeks to clear it out. happening now it's definitely beginning to look a lot like the holidays across the bay area. tara moriarty is on a holiday tour of some of the fun things happening in san francisco. your first event is something that people up and down the peninsula can enjoy. >> reporter: that is right. this is the cal train holiday train. and joining me live is christine dunn who is with cal train. you have this all decked out with lights. it must have taken a lot of time to decorate. >> yes. our volunteers start until october. we are running the train saturday and sunday night. we will be stopping at four stations on the peninsula. the main purpose is to collect
toys. so we want everybody to come out and see the train and bring a toy. >> great. and there is no extra fee or anything like that. >> no, it's all free. we have live entertainment in the stations as well as on board the train. of course san tam claus will be on the train as well. >> reporter: you guys also have a band and a choir. >> this is the salvation army band. traditional holiday music. it's a great family event. >> reporter: how long will you do this? >> it will be friday night and saturday night. >> reporter: is it just this weekend or every week? >> yust this weekend. >> it is a wonderful event.
we all enjoy it. it's a great way to kick off the holiday season. >> reporter: home presents do you normally collect? you've been doing this for awhile. >> we've been doing this for over ten years and collected nearly 50,000 gifts. >> thanks so much for having us this morning. we really appreciate it. good luck with the holiday train. this band is amazing. and if you have a desire to jump on the train and see the holiday lights, come on out. >> i do now have a desire to jump on the train and see all of that. >> it's fun. it's gorgeous. before you go, where are you going next? you are going to be all over the place. >> reporter: it's a surprise. we have a couple of different places we are going this morning. we will see a ginger bread house. we will see some snow. i bet you didn't realize it
will be snowing in san francisco this morning. so in the next hour we almost take you there. and it's just a great -- a lot of great events that are going on to get everybody in the holiday spirit. >> super fun. i know where she is is going. i love that music. fabulous. >> thanks, tara. 5:10 is the time right now. city workers are being credited for going beyond the call of duty when they help a couple retrieve a wedding ring from the sewer. >> he saw our story on ktvu channel 2 about thatment woman that got her ring back after her child flushed et down the toilet. he thought what the heck? he called the sewage department. the crew happened to be in the area doing pipe maintenance work and wanted to help. they used a camera. the water is pretty murky but because of the rain it made it
pretty clear. >> it was gold so it was very shiny. we had a light on the camera. we were able to see it quite well. all the stars and moon lined up. >> it wasn't something in their job description. >> that is just amazing. by the way that ring had traveled about 1,000 feet from the home. >> that is fantastic. wow. time is 5:11. sunday's big game between the raiders and 49ers sold out. that means you fans not going to the battle of the bay you can watch it right here on ktvu channel 2. kick off of the oakland coliseum 1:25 sunday afternoon. sunday's game is the first time since 2002 the raiders have hosted the 49ers at the coliseum. that by the way was the same year the raiders moved on to the super bowl. >> we didn't get to see it live this morning but we have it.
lift off a success. coming up in 24mys we will show -- coming up in 24 minutes we will show you orion's launch. >> where the gas is this cheap. >> good morning. we are looking at a commute where traffic is doing well on 24 westbound between walnut creek and oakland. we'll tell you a little more coming up. >> cloudy skies and some very light rain out there but the system is on the way. it will give us heavier rain later on this morning.
welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. 5:15 is the time. you're looking at what is going on preparing for another major storm in the philippines. thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes this morning as a typhoon moves toward the philippines. the storm was slightly downgraded over night but winds are still expected to reach up to 145 miles an hour with waves up to 45 feet high. the storm is headed for the same area devastated by super typhoon hyon last year. while the storm is not supposed to be as strong as hyon, many areas hit by that storm are still recovering. more than 3,000 people were
killed and rosemary miguel says her family survived the last storm but worries for their safety. >> if it's going to hit us hard or even close to where it was with hyon they are going to go with the same thing. they are going to be suffering again. >> local organizations are monitoring the storm and preparing to help. they are looking for ways they can send money, food, and other items to families in need. the city of san francisco is putting tons of sand back where it came from. 42,000 tons of sand on the north end of ocean beach it will be moved down to the south end. strong waves, wind, and winter weather push all of that sand from the south end of the beach to the north. as it builds up, it's hard for people to get to the beach. it can also bury wildlife habitat. this is scheduled for daylight hours monday through friday. this may continue for several
weeks. the new devils slide tunnel south of pacifica it will be closed for six hours starting at 10:00 tonight. however, this closure on the san mateo county coast has nothing to do with the recent stormy weather. cal tran is shutting down both bores because of a state mandated response drill. imagine paying just $0.29 a gallon for gas. that is what happened at one louisiana gas station. it was all because of a mistake made. cars, trucks, suvs, and boats lined up and people called their friends to tell them about the cheap gas. >> just pulled up and i paid and this is what happened. >> filled my truck up for $3. >> drivers were supposed to pay $2.59 a gallon. it took eight hours before the mistake was caught. the attendant says no one paid more than $10 for gas during that time. they are filling up. the station owner does not know
how much that mistake cost him. >> but somebody is going to pay. >> maybe people will go back to the station to thank them. >> maybe. we are going over to sal. you are watching our commute. i would love for us to find something like that. >> not going to happen, dave. >> i know. let's take a look at what we have on the roads. it's not too bad here if you are driving on 880 north and southbound. it is a very nice drive and there are no problems but as steve said the rain will return later. steve has been tweeting with a gentleman who is going up to tahoe and just to let you know steve said that it's going to be better if you go early. we will bring in steve in a moment. bay bridge toll plaza the traffic here is light. i keep a close eye on the livermore valley because 580 is busy over the altamont pass. so far it looks good going into
dublin. going out to tahoe earlier is better. >> not only that but it's a warmer system. snow level will go up pretty high. there is some thunderstorms to the west here and i think the breeze will pick up. the earlier you head up to 50 or 80 the better off you are. the rain is picking up. but it's almost all the observations say cloudy. a nice report from windsor saying rain picking up. we've had light rain. quarter of an inch to an inch and a half out of this system. the heavier amounts will be to the north. there will be some rain here in the morning. as the front gets closer, it will pick up for everybody. right thousand it's isolated isn't the snow level. even though it's 31 in tahoe. they have a south wind. that almost send the temperature up as well. pretty good cell right there out toward medesto and stockton. underneath this we are getting
light rain. other than that all observations say cloudy. highway 17 back toward santa cruz proper. we get to the cloud cover. this thunderstorm could pop up from that. cloudy day, rain. temperatures 50 to 60. plenty of clouds and light rain. lighter amounts to the south. heavier amounts to north. it looks like san francisco and oakland. there will be another system camming in late sunday into monday. cloudy with rain. rain picking up later.
coast bay inland. it really does matter. cloudy with rain today. we have a little bit of lingering into saturday but out of here. the next late system in the north bay on sunday. that will be a weak system on monday. there are signs of a very strong system. >> so they will still get a lot of rain up in the sierra. >> there is more rain on this system than snow. >> it's great. you have to go toes top. >> go to the top. >> thank you, steve. 5:21 is the time right now. trying to put an end to an ongoing problem. coming up in 15 minutes the steps being take ton prevent bike theft at bart stations. >> why family owned business
welcome back to the morning news. uber has wrapped up a $1.2 billion new fortuning plan. the ride sharing service based in san francisco says it will use the new money to expand its work force, bring in new drivers, and also test delivery service. it will also subsidize prices and some of the 250 cities around the world where it's
operating. this new investment puts it at $41 billion. that makes uber the highest valued private start unin the u.s.. we will be keeping an eye on gap stock when the markets open this morning. the san francisco based clothing retailer reported better than expected sales for november. same store sales from old navy chain went up 18% from the same time last year. banana republic sales were up 2%. sales for the name sake gap store they were off 4%. the owners of the south bay can day store are asking for help from the public to find something that is worthless to almost anyone else but priceless to them. kristin and dean scott run artisan candies in san jose. they use a handcrafted cart to fill their suites throughout the state. now the scotts are worried the thieves might toss out george
and just keep the trailer. >> the nightmare and it's been raining for the last couple of days and it is wood. rain is going to kill it. >> i restored it. >> the scotts say their trailer has a roof rack on it. they hope anyone who sees the trailer or george will call santa cliff real police. tonight college football takes center stage at levi stadium. this is the first ever neutral site pack 12 football championship game. the number 3 oregon will play number 8 arizona. and the game is right here on ktvu channel 2. because of the game we will be airing a a one- hour newscast at 4:00. and then the football coverage begins at 5:00. kick off of the pack 12 championship game is at 6:00. san jose will be hosting
the best u.s. women and gymnastics team. here they come. more than 20 young gymnasts helped deliver this exciting news. the olympic trials will be held in early july 2016 at the s.a.p. center. san jose does have experience with this type of event. it hosted the tryouts for the 2012 mens and womens olympic team. time is 5:27. a walmart add is causing big controversy after the death of eric garner. what the commercial shows that is triggering so much backlash and how walmart is responding. >> plus rushing to repair this huge sink hole in san francisco before more rain arrives later on today. we'll tell you about the progress being made and what caused this collapse.
>> good morning. right now we are looking at a commute where traffic is looking good approaching the richmond bridge heading into marin county. we'll tell you more about this commute straight ahead. >> mainly cloudy skies but right rain already picking up for some. it's later that we have to wait for the rain.
we are back live in san francisco. remember that familiar big sink hole that opened up during the last storm? coming up in just two minutes, ktvu alex savidge who is out there right now, he will tell you more about the repairs crews are scrambling to finish up now and other parts of the bay area before that next round of rain hits us today or later today. welcome to a brand new day i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. 5:31 is the time. >> it is a little cloudy. it could be a rather messy evening commute. most locations are just saying cloudy. a little bit of rain moving up from san jose.
not much over the bay. i'm slipping on something over here. that is not rainwater. a little bit of rain coming out of the santa cruz mountains as well. right there. that is about it. this is not a well organized system. 50s to near 60 on the temperature. cloudy in the morning. some very light rain and then the rain picks up here. a little bit later. early afternoon. takes us into tonight. maybe early, early saturday morning. a lot of 60s. here is sal. let's hope things are quiet on a friday light. >> they are. they are actually quiet. hopefully they will stay that way. let's go out and take a look at what we have on the east shore freeway. i want to show it to you. it is still only 18 minutes. i will take that. no problem here. the average speed is 65 as you
drive down to the mccarthur maze. the commute here is looking good coming into san francisco. there is a little bit of backup here in some of those cash lanes. looking at the richmond bridge in marin and also the whole area it's off to a good start. steve said tonight the commute is probably going to be bad. i concur with that. if it's raining at all for a friday evening getaway, you know what those are league. you might want to think about using public transportation. let's go back to the desk. crews work fast to fill in a massive sink hole before another storm moves in today. alex savidge has more. >> reporter: a bit of a race against the clock here trying to get all of this repair work done. you can see the progress being made out here. as it turns out this sink hole it was caused by a broken water
storm drain line nearby here and all the water eroded the sand underneath the road. that is what led to this collapse. the 20-foot by 20-foot crater opened up during yesterday's rainstorm near sixth and lake. the sink hole is about nine feet deep. late yesterday gas and water service was restored to the area. crews will spend the day trying to fix sewer lines. it may take until early next week to finish repairs. in the meantime, a lot of cleanup to do elsewhere in the bay area. let me show you video out of marin county. this is surveillance video. shows flood waters seeping through the area. several stores in that same shopping center were also flooded and will have to be repaired as well. to bring you back out here to a live picture in san francisco. they have been filling the huge zheng hole up with sand and
still quite a bit of work to do. they still have to repair the entire road. sewer lines still need to be repaired. and they want to get as much of it done as possible before the rain arrives later on today. a lot of people still drying out and cleaning up. and more rain coming our way. we are live in san francisco alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >> certainly a lot of busy preparations under way. thank you alex. time is 5:35. we also continue to monitor the incoming storm. we'll have updates throughout the morning. you can also find information on our website any time of day especially for that evening commute. ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. time is 5:35. they did it. nasa has launched the orion spacecraft and we are tracking it. >> three, two, one, and lift off. the dawn of orion and the new era of space exploration. >> it lifted off about 90
minutes ago. right now orion is orbiting earth. the 4.5 hour unmanned test flight almost end with a splash down in the pacific near san diego. that will be around 8:28 this morning our time. the engineers have helped with this big project. nasa is hoping it will lead to manned missions to mars in about 20 years. oakland police car was damaged during a second straight night of protest following a grand jury cease decision. 300 people marched in downtown oakland raising awareness of what they call a crisis of confidence of police officers. another group of protestors rallied at the fruitvale bart station forcing it to be temporarily shut down. the san francisco commonwealth club a close friend of martin luther king junior, former mayor andrew young spoke about race relations and the need for
dialogue. >> if you don't have community, you are going to have chaos. well, we talk about building community. and that is by in large what we have to do. >> protestors plan another demonstration in oakland at 7:00 tonight at telegraph avenue and 27th street. protest in san francisco briefly stopped traffic on market street last night. several dozen demonstrators gathered at market and powell. at one point they forced a couple muni lines to be rerouted. new york city remains the epicenter of the police protests. 200 people have been arrested so far as thousands of demonstrators fanned out across the city last night from the brooklyn bridge shown there to the new york police headquarters. now the daughter of eric garner the man seen there, the african american man who died says that the officer who applied the choke hold to her father should
take responsibility. >> nothing is going to bring my father back. you need to do the right thing, admit that she was wrong and do your time. walmart has removed a controversial television ad because of the eric garner choke hold case. that commercial which promotes a walmart brand cell phone plan shows -- the girl wraps her arm around her neck and she starts taking is selfies. her father is heard muttering i can't breathe. now those are the words that eric garner was saying as he was dying while being held in a choke hold by a new york police officer back in july. a 16-year-old girl is in custody accused of running over a san leandro police officer. the story we first brought you
yesterday. investigators say the -- she had a minor injury to her hand. believed to be the result of police gunfire. police also arrested a 19-year- old man that was riding in the stolen car. san francisco police investigating two separate accidents involving cars and pedestrians. the latest one happened early this morning. police say a hit and run driver hit a woman crossing the street but she was not seriously hurt. police are still searching for that driver. according to witnesses, the driver was behind the wheel of
a gray nissan sedan. a man is fighting for his life after being hit by a car as he walked across great highway in san francisco near john f. kennedy boulevard last night. the man was rushed to the hospital. he is listed in critical condition. the woman who was driving did stop immediately. she is cooperating with investigators. bart is making new efforts to prevent bikes from being stolen at its stations. representatives from bike east bay they will be at the bart stations during the evening commute. sharing bicycle security tips and also passing out free theft prevention materials. bikes are allowed on bart. there are about 6,000 bike lockers and parking spaces throughout the bart system. bart has secure bike stations to park bikes at four stations. next month they are planning to open another bike station
another the 19th street bart station in oakland. there is also a bike station that surround construction at san francisco's civic center station. time is 5:40. forced to move out of a san jose homeless camp. coming up at 6:00, the cleanup still happening at the jungle as some esteem who have been living there wonder where they are going to go now. >> i can't thank those guys enough. they have gone above and beyond. with the one-day contract. >> oh yeah the warriors signed a new player but just for one day. but up next why that so special and why this new recruit from australia was so special. >> good morning. we are looking at a commute on the bridge. it looks pretty good. it's a little crowded on that span but nothing to worry about. we'll tell you more about that straight ahead. >> most of the morning commute will be okay. there is a few pockets of light rain but noon into the afternoon and evening commute looks a little tough. snow level will be high. (vo) nourished.
welcome back to ktvu channel 2 morning news. the warriors have tied a franchise record with their 11th straight win. golden state warriors had an extra man on their roster last night. he didn't play but his story is a real inspiration. deborah beal alone tells us about a wish from down under that came true. >> he's 20 and from a town of
20,000. plunged into the pageantry and the panned home yum that is an nba game. it's hardly seems real. >> it doesn't. i'm expecting to wake up any minute now. [ laughter ] >> trent frost was court side for the pregame shoot around. trading balls and high fives from players he idolizes. frost was newly diagnosed with leukemia and not expected to live. >> it's a pretty inspiration no story to see the outlook. he wasn't given a lot of time and fell through and obviously still here. he's a bigger role model than any of us. >> i can't thank those guys enough. they have gone above and beyond. with the one day contract that they set up. >> reporter:s from was signed to a one-day deal. >> we are privileged and honored. >> reporter: although they couldn't guarantee he would
play. >> he said it would come within game time. i said i'm happy with that. i'm happy to watch. >> reporter: and watch he did with his mom and grand dad and brother and sister all traveling with him. basketball isn't nearly as big in australia. >> to see his smile. it's the best thing ever. it's just -- it makes me smile to see him smile. >> a month ago frost beat the odds and went into remission. finally allowing him to travel to watch the man that kept tabs on him all along. >> he would be laying in bed saying i got a tweet from andrew. he was so excited. >> you have to see what you've got to do i guess. >> introduced with the player frost was humble about being a warrior himself. >> you don't know how strong
you are. >> great story. that was ktvu reporting. trent frost hopes to stay healthy and eventually become a police officer. by the way the warriors plan to host several other make a wish families as the season goes on. 5:47 is the time. let's check in with sal. so people might think it's not so bad this morning. but this evening commute could be pretty bad. >> yeah. if you are driving, pam and dave, you might take your car into work and say it's pretty ease is city and getting out it will be not that good. this is a look at the westbound bay bridge. the traffic is backed up for a 15 minute delay getting into san francisco. those metering lights have been turned on now for a few minutes. but still nothing major. i don't think it's a major commute on 880 either as you can see right here in front of the coliseum. it's moving well in both directions. if you are driving in marin county southbound 101 between novato and mill valley it looks good. across the bay you can see hercules and richmond traffic
off to a good start. i don't want to jinx it but we are seeing lighter conditions dare i say on friday light. >> dare i say. dare. >> yeah. >> thank you, sal. we do have cloudy skies. some very light rain for a few. not a lot. not much of a breeze yet is expected to pick up a little bit later as this system inches closer. it does look like a dry morning commute for most. it might be a little bit. afternoon evening commute does look like system will give us a tough little go. cloudy morning. there will be another system late sunday early monday. that mainly focuses toward the north bay. and paints a very wet picture by 5:00.
and into 10:00 tonight there are a few breaks. but it will hold over night into early tomorrow. it should be on the way out here. we will have improving conditions. some rainmaking it out to the valley. not much for a little bit. we are -- which might pop up a little bit later. a cool system not a cold system. 60 already. 31 tahoe. they do have a south breeze. we expect that to go up a little bit. sacramento system swinging in. giving us a lot of cloud cover.
economists expect preponderance and the biggest jump in nearly three years. despite that the unemployment rate held steady. analysts say that is a signal that more people are encouraged about their prospects of returning to the work force. samsung asking a u.s. appeals court to toss out a $930 million verdict. the south korean tech giant says it did not copy the iphones design. and the amount they've been ordered to pay a l is too high. >> a accused of deleting music that some ipod owners down loaded. the lawyers say that it happened between 2007 and 2009. the lawsuit accuses apple of stifling competition for music players and down loads. something new is from starbucks. coming up in 25 minutes, the special attraction opening
today some call it -- >> putting a fun twist on an ugly problem. the message behind the holiday display in the middle of a louisiana neighborhood. if you're like me, there's nothing you enjoy more than hopping up on a couch, destroying a few pillows and chewing on a good shoe. so this new nest dropcam... is a serious buzzkill. it's always watching so people can keep an eye on me when they're away. and even chime in with their inane reprimands. "henry, off! bad boy!"
molestation. officials say the girls parents found 29-year-old jose in the room in late november. and detained him and called 911. a plan to expand schools in berkeley is causing a controversy. the school district wants to accommodate more students in the next two years. they are consider several options. preschool would be created at the old berkeley tech campus. the residents are worried about negativism -- negative impacts. work crews continue to dig
out from a big mess in parts of southern california. a lot of rain, mud flooded streets and caused major problems for drivers in river side county. look at this. officials say almost 40 people had to be rescued. one driver said poor visibility led to his accident. >> i didn't even realize it was mud that deep. it felt hard until i got up to the center and it just kind of stopped. and then started to slide to the side. that is when i realized i was in trouble. >> incredible pictures. several cars stuck in the mud. how do you get that out? chp officer had to use his own squad car to rescue a man and woman from their car. no juries have been reported. some kids are having fun with an eyesore in their neighborhood.
neighbors say they appreciated the humor. but they want to see repairs made. they filled the pothole with dirt but neighbors are still waiting for a permanent fix. here's another wow. 73 years ago they survived a japanese attack on pearl harbor. >> man your stations this is no joke. man your stations. >> hayward veteran sharing his memories of that fateful day and passion for being a sailor.
round of crews are speeding up their efforts. good morning. we are live out of the rock ford station in oakland. part hoping a new program will help stop a very serious problem. brian flores is out there. he will talk about the safety measures that bart wants to make and make sure that you know about them as well. especially if you ride a bike. good morning. it's friday, december 5th i'm pam cook. >> you did it. your favorite day of the week. >> i made it. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. steve paulson's favorite day as well. he wants you to