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we are live in san jose where the health department shut down a local restaurant after people got sick from eating there. >> a fence falls from the overpass right in the middle of a busy freeway in oakland. the injuries it has caused and the partial closure that is still under way. it's 7:00. we will start with pictures of the area of interstate 880 in oakland where there was a huge traffic mess. in a few minutes we will bring in allie rasmus to talk about repair work right now after what happened yesterday evening. here's a live look the at roadway where the fence was. also the questions that have come into play since that surprise traffic mess happened on the road.
i'm gasia mikaelian. it's tuesday, october 20th. >> good morning, i'm brian flores in for dave clark. >> it feels like september sometimes. flight has no doubt. we do have a little bit of fog out there. a tiny bit out toward the san ramon valley. we had a little rain yesterday afternoon. but we had some in the morning. but also a little piece of energy came floating down. that gave rain from lake county to marin county. a little system right there. there it goes. that gave us rain. but it's gone. what is left behind is fog. that is the system responsible. some low clouds and fog in place but they are getting chewed up by a northerly breeze on the coast and also in the higher elevations. a few 40s. a lot more 50s. a couple of 60s. if there is a breeze, that is
what is holding the temps up. south, southeast. north, northwest. it's been kind of crazy here. a mountain of high pressure for today and tomorrow. not going to last long. it will cool down by the weekend. sunshine and breezy today after patchy morning fog. 70s for the rest. all right sal 7:02. it has ban little busy. >> it has been. a lot of people are hitting the road. we are looking at a rise in the drive time between the carquinez bridge and the maccarthur maze. we will start there on interstate 80. if you drive through hercules, richmond, and el cerrito most of the slow traffic is there. and at the bay bridge, there is a backup there of about 20 minutes before you make it on to the bridge. 580 has been a mess. we had an earlier accident at vasco road. we also had a lot of slow traffic in livermore and 680 is slow right from the dublin interchange heading south
toward the sunol grade. 880 is also slow from the 238 interchange all the way to tree mont. 7:02 let's go back to the desk. south bay restaurant is closed after several people ate there last week and became seriously ill. janine de la vega is live at that san jose restaurant. and the county health official has taken away its health permit. >> reporter: yes, they have. there is definitely a health alert out. this restaurant it gets rave reviews for its seafood on yelp. it won't be able to open in it gets clearance from the county because of what happened over the weekend. the health department says more than two dozen people who ate there on friday and saturday came down with a fever and diarrhea. many were admitted to the hospital and 11 of them are in the intensive care unit. health officials say the
transmission of the disease can happen by eating food prepared by an infected food handler or direct person to person contact. we spoke to a long-term customer of maurice san juan. >> i like the food. it was really good. it's really hard to find a good seafood place. and this is one of the spots. it's been around here for years. >> reporter: were you surprised? >> yeah. >> reporter: county health officials say there are many more people who became ill and not reported it yet. they want to stop the spread offish goal la. she goal la lasts 5-7 days and usually treated with antibiotics.
the road was blocked, traffic came to a halt. there was a car that caught on fire in that picture. it was one of the cars damaged by a fence that fell from an overcrossing. allie rasmus is live in oakland where caltrans crews this morning are trying to figure out what caused this fence to fail. allie. >> reporter: brian, that investigation is still under way. no answer about how all this started. we can show you 1278 hours after it happened what is left here. this is the 23rd street overcrossing over 880. on the left side off in the distance, you can see where there is a chain link fence that is still there. on the southern side it used to have a chain link fence just like that. that is the fence that fell. the sidewalk will remain closed in further notice. you can tell this overcrossing has been reopened to traffic.
let's show you up close video. the fence that used to line the southern side of the overpass is completely gone. it's now a straight 25-foot drop to the freeway below. yesterday without any warning it broke off and fell on to the 880 traffic below. it happened around 6:30. the falling debris sparked a car fire but luckily the man inside that car fire was able to escape without any injury. a total of eight cars were damaged but no one had life threatening injuries. >> it's a freak accident and every single person were just relieved they walked away from it alive. they were pretty shaken up by the nature of what happened. and by the amount of cars that were involved in it. >> reporter: even the veteran
chp officers who responded to the scene were shocked by what happened. drivers that were caught in the commotion shared a lot of video on it on social media. a caltrans engineer i spoke with this morning said he was not sure why the fence fell. that is the focus of a larger investigation that is still under way. i reached out to caltrans head quarters but still no word as to why this whole hinge started in the first place. in the meantime drivers can drive on the 23rd street overcross because even though the chain link fence is gone, caltrans added a crash cushion so it makes it safe for cars but pedestrians cannot cross that bridge. back to you. >> allie, thank you. east bay mud is trying to make sure a large earthquake will not cut off the flow of water. crews are installing a new type of piping in the berkeley
hills. it's made of high-tech japanese iron. the pipe cost almost four times as much as usual in materials but it could prevent a lot more damage when a cake hits. mike honda and the high school student that many know as the clock kid held a news conference on capitol hill. you may remember he was arrested at his texas high school last month after his home made digital clock was mistaken as a bomb. he said he sent a let tort attorney general urging that the department of justice to investigate his arrest. >> my colleagues would like to point out that this incident highlights an alarming trend at profiling muslim americans not only by law enforcement but in our society as a whole.
i think we call that islam phobia. >> he also says ahmed was wrongly profiled because of his name. time is 7:08. off duty chp officer has become the latest victim of theft in san francisco after having his gun stolen from a parked car. the officer parked his personal car on howard and eighth streets and went to grab some food on sunday night but about 20 minutes later he returned to find that someone had smashed the front passenger window and stole a backpack. the chp officers personal handgun with ammunition was inside that backpack, not in a locked box or trunk. now san francisco police are trying to recover the gun. >> it's an officer safety issue so we notify everyone of the outstanding firearm. >> san francisco supervisor david campos wants to require all officers to secure their
service weapons even if they are off duty. there will be a fallout today from the kate steinle shooting. the san francisco board of supervisors will consider two resolutions regarding the cities policy regarding undocumented immigrants. one calls for sheriff ross mirkarimi to open a dialogue with u.s. immigration and custom enforcement. the other resolution reaffirms the stays sanctuary policy and notifying ice when an undocument immigrant is released from the county jail. for the third time in a month an attempted abduction near the berkeley middle school. we'll tell you what is being done this morning to keep students safer. >> two of the presidents top security advisors are hacked. up next the information that may be compromised and who may be to blame. >> we are looking at the south bay commute. and right now it's a little bit slow on 280 approaching highway 17. we'll tell you more about the south bay commute coming up.
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consumer protection laws. >> if i'm buying a book because i think it's wonderful and all the reviews are live, that is certainly a violation of consumer protection laws. >> for a company to pay a product reviewer for its opinion is nothing wrong with that. there is nothing illegal about that. >> last april amazon sued several websites that sold fake reviews. yelp has been criticized for allowing restaurant owners to post positive reviews of their own businesses. there is a report that the berkeley unified school district could change the nail of one of its elementary schools. lacont elementary is known to joseph and bill. they were raised in georgia and owned more than 200 slaves. today the uc berkeley newspaper and the daily californian reports participants have talked to the district about changing the school name. the school board tells the daily cal making that change would be a long process and has not met to discuss 245 yet.
fault at city college of san francisco planned to picket on campus. teachers and counselors at city college have been working without a contract since the end of june. now they are demanding what they call a fair contract. the faculty says the school is offering about a 2% pay hike from 2007 salary levels. the school says it's offering more than that but would not be more specific. the teachers want a 16% pay hike across three years. today's picketing starts at 7:45 this morning and is informational only. all classes will be held today. when you think of a four- year-old birthday party maybe a frozen theme or super heros. one little girl got a party centered around her favorite place in the world and that is cbs. we have pictures of four-year- old irises recent party which all red and white. there were treats from
everyone. the kids got cvs goody bags. she also got a cvs cake. her local store put up a sign wishing her a happy birthday. that is like a mini cvs checkout. she says when the store was built they passed it every single day on the way to school so iris got to see the construction and that might explain the love for the store when it finally opened. if you could have a birthday party at your favorite store what would it be? >> target. >> target yes. costco is a close second. >> i would say when i was a kid it was the toy department at the emporium in downtown san francisco. >> which doesn't exist anymore. >> it doesn't exist anymore but they had a whole floor of toys. and they had a really cool
train set. good morning everybody. [ laughter ] let's go out and take a look at what we have. the rack is going to be busy. yes with adulthood comes commutes. 24 is slow. but there is nothing unusual about it. you will see slow traffic on 24 and 580 interchange. and no problems once you get to the 24 interchange. also at the bay bridge toll plaza there is slow traffic there as you drive into san francisco. we have a lot of slow traffic on the nimitz freeway down from hayward to fremont. if you move to the south bay 101 you will see slow traffic from blossom hill road up to the airport. 280 is very slow and so is 85. this south bay commute is full strength. at 7:17 let's go to steve. we do have some patchy fog out there. there is not enough let it's
also going down the coast. off in the distance we had some in the city. kind of warm there but cool inland as we had that system yesterday. we have rain in the morning from pacifica to daly city and santa cruz mountains and san jose. in the afternoon we had a little system drop out of lake county. that is is the system. a little spin in the atmosphere. as it moves south high pressure is building in. speaking of going south, so is the fog. it looked just like a morning event. 40s and 50s and 60s. we have a few 40s up to the north bay. napa was in there. santa rosa was close. the breeze is just all over the place. i've seen a northwest a north over nevada. talk about high pressure there it is. up she goes. it's not going to last too long. plenty going on in the extended outlook. our long range models are having a tough time latching on to anything past 6-10 days.
why? because there is a lot of energy out in the pacific. this will miss japan that is the good news. it will recurve and there is hurricane oh love which is the strongest in the season. it will miss honolulu and recurve northward. i think next week things could get interesting. in then we have sunshine and warmer temps. 70s and 80s. a few low to mid 80s here. the fog will burn off and it will be sunny for everybody. the breeze has picked up in the higher elevations. and then temperatures i think today and tomorrow will be the warmest of the week. it looks like a lot of upper 70s and low 10:s. 60s on the coast just a little bit of fog there. sunny nice. breezy on wednesday and pretty good on thursday. cooler as we go into the weekend. >> thank you, steve. bringing tech companies to san francisco and keeping them there. but at what cost? in 20 minutes the money the
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construction contractor at that plant installing covers on the damaged reactors after the disaster. nearly 45,000 people have worked at the fukushima plant since march of 2011. sol far the government and the nuclear industry have insisted the health effects from nuclear radiation have been minimal. the cemetery ideal the late apple cofounder steve jobs is buried says people from all over the world have been showing up to try to find his grave. jobs is buried in an unmarked grave in palo alto. according to the san jose mercury news, so many people have shown up the cemetery decided to put a memorial book in the lobby where the fans can write messages to jobs. he died in 2011 of pancreatic cancer. this is video of eric swallow showing off the the $50 million casino when it opened back in 2012. swallow tells the mercury news a costly divorce is what spurred his decision to sell. he's also been at odds with his
business partners that recently testified against him in a case in which the owners were accused of hiding profits. if you own a recreational drone you are one step closer to registering it. government task force will be responsible for creating guidelines for a national registry. the faa hopes to have the program up and running before the end of holiday season when some 700,000 drones are expected to be sold. >> we're going to require operators of drones to register their aircraft just like commercial drone operators do currently. registration gives operators the opportunity to learn the air space rules before they fly and enjoy their devices safely. >> the faa says pilots report seeing drones near airports and highways are up 100 times a month. have you seen the new star
wars trailer? >> no. i will watch it now. >> star wars the force awakens does not hit theater in december but it's already been a big hit. >> thrilling. >> thrilling she says. love it. the movie trailer officially debuted on monday night football and immediately posted on youtube. it has been up for 12 hours yet and it's been viewed more than 9 million times and growing. star wars fans are clambering for tickets to the first few showings. tickets went on sale yesterday and demand was so high that several of them crashed yesterday when sales started. 7:25 the ground continues to shake in the san ramon valley. two quakes that hit within the past half hour. >> for the third time in a month an attempted abduction at a berkeley middle school. what is being done to keep
students safe. >> we're looking at slow traffic for the morning commute and a couple of crashes on 880. this is 880 in oakland but a little further down we have a little bit of trouble in hayward. we'll tell you where coming up. >> i feel some fog holding on but for most it will be a little thicker.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. 7:28 now i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm brian flores in for dave clark. let's get your tuesday started. steve is here. it's very nice. >> it will be very nice. who sang that? sal will know. all right we do have some fog. a little bit san ramon valley. there is some in the city. some glen park. there was some by city college and also going down the coast. it will be a sunny day. sunrise over the big city. patchy fog north wind will take care of it here. some clouds in the morning but i will tell you not for very long. sunny for everybody here. breezy at times. higher elevations to quiet pattern in the weekend and next week watch the fog go zoom. there she goes right on down the coast. had a little system give a little rain to the north bay. a little spin in the atmos tier. 40s and 50s on the temps and
60s most locations in the 50s. zoom a mountain. high pressure right there will give us warmer weather. sunshine after that. temperatures 60s and 70s. low to mid 80s but it does not look like any barn burner or anything like that. >> ambrosia he was the lead singer but he is no longer the lead singer. but he was definitely if you think of that ban it was him. >> he was the man. >> yes. let's take a look at the commute. traffic is going to be busy. we have a motorcycle accident clearing up on 880 southbound. you will see some slow traffic there. you will also see slow traffic after that though. so even though the motorcycle accident is there, if you get on the freeway at tony son or whatever, you are not out of the woods. it slows all the way down to about pardon me stevenson and gets a little better for the ride into the milpitas area.
and remember i will be reminding you a lot this thursday there is a football game at levi stadium for 49ers and the sea hawks. the commute on that evening will be very, very slow. don't say i didn't warn you. let's go to live pictures westbound 92 as you head out to the high-rise the traffic will be busy. if you are driving to the bay bridge toll plaza 25-30 minute delay there. now let's go back to the desk. berkeley police are stepping up patrols near schools after a man tried to lure three young girls into his van this past weekend. it's the third time it happened in a month. ktvu fox 2 alex savidge is in berkeley with what is being done to keep kids safe. >> reporter: good morning. students and parents and administrators in berkeley are on high alert and there will be extra police officers patrolling outside of will lard middle school after another attempted abduction in this area. and the latest one was on
sunday night just about 6:00. about a half mile or so away from willard. in that case a man was standing outside of his van and he yelled at three girls to get inside. the girls all sixth graders ran off screaming and the man eventually drove off. and just a month ago there were two similar crimes in this same area on the same day. parents of course are urging their kids to be cautious and willard's principal says this string of close calls has her concerned. >> parents i think are really taking it seriously and talking to their kids about what to do if something happens. but i also think it under scores how vulnerable our kids are. >> reporter: the man that tried to lure the students was described as hispanic this his
20s to 30s with dark hair and a mustache and he was driving in every situation an older model van either dark green or blue in color with tinted windows. we understand later on this week that willard students will have is a special safety presentation during their home room classes. a reminder about ways to stay safe as they make their way to and from the campus. we'll send it back to you. substitute teacher is facing child pornography charges. he texted photos of young girls to another woman. now the photos were not inappropriate but the woman became concerned and decided to report morris. they found child pornography on his cell phone during a search. he has worked in six santa roe sam schools. he is due in court tomorrow.
there have been several requests to rename a road in fairfax near the sight of a deadly shooting. steve carter was shot to death near gunshot fire road on october 5th. the marin county parks department says it's accepting ideas to rename that road now. some have asked for the road to be named the steve carter trail. three people have been charged with killing carter as well as a canadian tourist in san francisco just days before. there were two small earthquakes in to minutes in -- in two minutes in san ramon. now these are all part of the swarm of quakes we've been talking about that began a week ago in the east bay. seismologists have recorded over 200 over all. one of the largest was a 3.6 at 4:21 yesterday afternoon. >> in the past we have not seen these swarms lead to large damaging earthquakes. the likely scenario they will continue on for another couple
weeks and gradually decrease. >> while the number unnerve some people, scientists say swarms are normal in the area. they are along the calveras and pleasanton faults. this morning we are hearing from one of the passengers on that southwest airlines flight that was bound for sfo that had to turn around after a man attacked a woman on a plane. >> everyone was screaming. i thought it was a terrorist. >> actor and bay area dj mark curry says he was asleep on that plane and woke up to quite a commotion. he says the man hit a woman and tried to choke her after she reclined her seat. curry says people were afraid to -- flight attendants got up and said will you restrain this guy? i said yeah. >> the plane was sent back to lax where the man was escorted
off the plane and was arrested. there is some scary moments captured on surveillance video after antifreeze started leaking on a school bus. >> open the windows. open the windows. >> you can see the children and possibly the bus driver frantically climbing over the seats. this happened in washington state after a heater hose ruptured in the back of the bus. the bus driver pulled over and the students got off safely. resources tell fox news vice president joe biden is on the verge of announcing a white house run. while there is no specific date the announcement is expected soon but political analyst says if the vice president tosses his hat into the ring, he faces an uphill battle. current polls show him behind hillary clinton that has a well
funded campaign machine. >> he is gap prone and he doesn't have the money or the infrastructure that hillary clinton has in place. so this is not a winning proposition. >> a new washington post poll shows hillary clinton's popularity is surging after his performance. the survey gives her 54% of the support followed by 23%. republicans will reknew their efforts to persuade paul ryan to become the next house speaker. congress returns to capitol hill after a week long recess. republicans will meet tonight to rye to talk to the wisconsin representative for accepting the house representative. ryan is willing to take the job but will not be pressured into making concessions to different wings of the party. republicans will hold their convention at quickens loan arena. in the past like in the 2012 convention in tampa, newspapers
and wire services did not have to pay for seats that were constructed for them atop risers. but republicans now want to charge them $150 access fee. media group says the -- the rnc says the charge covers a fraction of the $750 it pays to build each seat. time is 7:38. after nearly ten years in power the conservatives are out and a liberal party has taken a commanding majority of seats in the canadian parliament. justin tridoe is set to follow in his fathers footsteps. good news here there is one thing that is getting a boost from california's ongoing drought. in just minutes the reason monarch butterflies are thriving. >> a growing issue in one san
jose neighborhood. the efforts to deal with the homeless population in the came bee january area. we are looking at a commute that is busy. especially on 280 in san jose. it is pretty slow getting up to highway 17. >> a little bit of fog holding on but it will be sunny and warmer today. we'll have the updated tuesday forecast.
thursday. two officers approached 27-year- old herbert for throwing glass bottles into a construction site. when he wouldn't stop they tried to arrest him. the chief said the officer would have been shot or killed if his partner hadn't shot or killed binee tas. part of san jose known for desirable schools and neighborhoods is now dealing with a growing homeless issue. camp cambrian is an area where they have been parking their rvs. city leaders agree the homeless situation is is a critical issue. some say they want a safe place to park and not be harassed. >> specially on the holidays when community centers and libraries are closed. where else are we supposed to go? >> i have no concern with them raising this concern. the situation is not one we should be accommodating so they
have every right to be upset about the lack of reaction. >> city officials say there are more than 4,000 homeless people living in san jose. in addition to building affordable housing, the city hopes to launch a safe parking program with 30 spots for people to live within their vehicles. san francisco offered big tax breaks to big tech companies. but did they help or hurt the city? pam cook is back in the studio. >> it's being called the twitter tax break. san francisco mayor ed lee says it helps to attract and keep companies from moving out of the city. critics say it's too much. the san francisco chronicle reports that businesses in the cities mid market area have avoided millions of dollars in payroll taxes because of this tax break. the cities controller office says that amounted to $34 million. basically the tax break is given to companies that move into the mid market district. it allows them to cap their payroll taxes for six years.
but the chronicle reports that break ran into the millions because the city includes stock options in its payroll calculations. that means it's losing out for twitter and other companies that go public during that six year cap. supporters tell the paper although the city lost $34 million in taxes, it gained thousands of dollars and a boost to the economy from those workers. that it would not have seen if twitter had moved to another city. now according to the article, six companies qualified for that program last year but that is down from 11 in 2013. but of course this story has so many aspects. we talk about companies moving in. what it does verses what it does not do and it also effects the living cost. a lot of neighborhoods don't want the big companies moving this because then the workers drive the rents up. it's a big issue that puts people in the city and businesses all at odds. >> absolutely. thank you, pam.
7:44 now. former olympic runner oscar pistorius is out of prison after serving one year for killing his girlfriend. he will be under house arrest for the remainder of. pistorius will have to continue receiving psychotherapy and he's not allowed to own a gun. former nba star lamar odom is continuing his recovery at a los angeles hospital. a medical helicopter flew odom out of las vegas. he was hospitalized one week ago when he was found unconscious. he had been on life support since friday. his family and friends say his condition is improving but tmz reports he may have permanent damage. time is 7:45. remember that sacramento would-
be groom that called off his wedding leaving his fiance to to open the ceremony to the homeless. the would-be bride has taken her mother to belize on to what was supposed to be her honeymoon. you were able to look up this grooms name and a lot of bad things being said about him so it looks like he is trying to clear the air. >> he has heard about it on social media a couple pages were deleted and that kind of stuff. we'll see. i don't know what happened there but people did give him an opinion. let's go out and take a look at 280 northbound as you get up to highway 17. we will start there in the south bay. northbound 280 getting up to the valley is going to be slow. so is 101 and 237. if i go to the maps i will show
you how bad it is. 85 is slow north of 87 all the way up into saratoga. 280 is slow to cooper tee moe. you do have minor accidents along the way. a lot of slow traffic there. nothing unusual and nothing major but certainly not a picnic out there. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see traffic backed up as you drive into san francisco. i do want to mention and i should have mentioned it when i had the maps up. i do want to mention the dumbarton and san mateo bridges are super slow crossing the bay. all of them are going to be slow right now getting across. let's go to steve in the weather center. >> i tried to stay to weather but occasional i throw in a little news. nancy pelosi's daughter did san francisco 2.0 on changing of
the weather documentary. let's talk about our weather. it looks nice today. we have a little bit of patchy fog out there. temperatures will start warming up. there is a lot going on just not this week. maybe next week. we have a typhoon and a hurricane. and they are drifting northward over time. and we'll see what happens. there is el nino. a couple people said where is the el nino rain? 1982, 1992 our last strong el ninos. they did not kick in in january. both years did not kick in in january. march was the wet month at 11 inches plus for the season we ended up 46.72. february it rained and rained. 14 inches. normal is 23.65. if history repeats itself, we will double our annual rainfall. we will see. long way to go. it's only the middle of october. there goes the low clouds down the coast. that is the little. that little guy gave some rain
from lake county. parts of sonoma and napa and marin. yesterday afternoon it's long gone. it flew down southern california and off the coast now 50s on the temps. a few 40s. 54 half-moon bay. look at mountain of high pressure. typhoon champ right here a category two. it will move northward away from japan. it will move north and weaken and reoccur. there is also hurricane category four wind 150 miles an hour. hurricane olaf. it will miss the hawaiian islands. latest in the year for a hurricane of this strength in the central pacific the lowest latitude formation in the eastern pacific so it's setting all sorts of records and it will also weaken and move north. that is why our forecast models are having a hard time with next week. there is a lot of energy that has to move north. today they are all in sync. it will be sunny. 70s and 80s.
maybe out toward brentwood and oakley and also for antioch. everyone pretty close here. nice day on temp. a little breeze up in the higher elevation also along the coast. maybe 20-25 miles an hour. 60s and 70s and low 80s. it looks nice here. the next couple of days it will be cooler. next week is the week that we will try to see what happens. it doesn't mean rain but it could. >> we've been saying that for four years. >> we've been having declining rainfall for four years. >> but the el nino is supposed to hit. >> yes. time is 7:50. a proposal to drug test taxi drivers. why some feel they shouldn't have to do that. >> but first a squatter accused of moving into a san francisco mansion and living there for months.
welcome back everybody to mornings on 2. a major highway in southern california could stay closed in thursday due to mud slides. tow trucks have finally removed the 200 cars and trucks. an inch of rain female in downtown l.a. yesterday causing minor street flooding there. clogged drains cause much of the flooding. the police chiefs in
richmond and san jose are among those vying for the police chief job in tucson, arizona. the city of tucson announced that chris magnus is one being considered for the job. san jose police chief larry escavel is also a finalist. esquivel, magnus, and the other tucson finalists will interview with the committee next week. a man that was squatting in a vacant mansion stole some expensive art work. he was found living in a four bedroom guest house. police say he took 11 works of art worth $300,000. he had been living on the property for a couple of months it turns out and no one had noticed. >> and it certainly the first time you would expect a real
life squatter right next door and nobody notice. i mean how he got in, i have no idea. >> police say they have recovered nine of the pieces of art and working on leads for the others. kaylor allegedly used a u half -- u-haul van to stash the art work. apple has 6.5 million paying customers and another 8.5 million customers on trials. they launched apple music last june. that means the first batch of subscribers came off the free trial period in september. individual users pay $9.99 a month after the trial period. apple has shut down hundreds of its apps that allows users to collect personal information of users. apple says software by a
chinese ad company gathered data about the people that down loaded the apps. apple is now working with the developers to fix the apps to make sure they are safe. no word yet on what apps were effected. the eighth annual doodle for google contest is under way. here's the most recent national winner. an 11-year-old girl imaginary device that cleans drinking water. students are asked to design a doodle that shows what makes them excited or what they dream about. experts will pick the best doodle submitted from each state and next february the public will be asked to choose the winner and the winner will win a $30,000 college scholarship as well as a trip to google headquarters. coming up in our 8:00 hour. drivers caught in a commotion after a fence falls from an overpass on to a busy freeway. >> all i did was come out to oakland to have dinner with my
buddy gary. >> the reaction on social media this morning after the feds damaged his car and sparks a fire and snarls the evening commute. >> more than a dozen people were admitted to the hospital after eating at a san jose restaurant. we'll tell you what illness they are suffering from and what action the health department is taking. >> a crash approaching the golden gate bridge. it looks good here but just up the road there is an issue. we'll let you know. >> still a little bit of fog holding on but it's going down the coast. that means temperatures will be with sunshine warming up.
or call your travel agent. the highly infectious disease that sent dozens of people to the er and forced the closure of one restaurant and could be putting even more people at risk. >> one man's front row seat as an overpass railing topples on to on coming traffic. welcome back everybody i'm brian flores in for dave clark. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's get you off right checking weather and traffic. weather has seen a few small changes. >> that is correct. we do have some fog still there but most of it is disappearing pretty quick and it will be sunny today and warmer. the breeze has picked up in the higher elevations and on the coast. it will translate into a warmer tuesday than we had on monday. temperatures a little above
average for the next two days but it looks like it will settle right back down as we head into the week and the weekend. some of that fog it started off all the way up on the mendocino coast and down she goes. it will not last too much longer. a little system. a little spin in the atmosphere gave light rain. but that has flown well past san diego. 40s for a few but a lot of 50s and a few 60s. if there is any breeze it's probably held up. most temperatures are running cooler. sunshine, breezy at times. temperatures a little bit warmer here for most. maybe the coast might deal with fog especially san mateo and santa cruz. 70s to near 82 to 84 degrees. here's sal at 8:01. we have a little bit of a hassle getting 20 the gold -- getting to the golden gate bridge. southbound 101 near alexander which is the last exit.
a lot of people don't know the name of that exit. it's the sausalito exit. there is a crash there and traffic is backing up. it's southbound 101 south of spencer. i'm getting a better location from chp. but the traffic is going to be slow so it's before the waldo tunnel here. but traffic is backed up all the way down to the mil valley shoreline highway. essentially it's backed up near that helicopter pad you see on the left as you drive on southbound 101 and you go up the hill and the crash is right before the tunnel so the traffic is going to be very slow. it's unexpected backup. let's take a look at the golden gate bridge and southbound 101 is actually looking pretty good. i think i made a mistake. i didn't put the bridge in there. sorry about that. we are looking at the bay bridge. that is backed up from the maccarthur maze to the bay bridge toll plaza metering lights. there is the golden gate bridge. these guys save me every day. southbound 101 looks good
because everyone is held up at that crash before the bridge. northbound 280 is improving coming across the corner but it's still very slow. 85 is slow from 87 and 101 is backed up from blossom hill road all the way to sunnyvale. that is becoming a normal thing. 8:03 let's go back to the desk. at least 20 people became very sick after eating at a south bay restaurant. now ktvu fox 2 janine de la vega reports the santa clara health department has shut down the business where they all ate. >> reporter: the county has temporarily suspended the health permit here in san juan. a sign has been slapped on the door letting customers know about it. the health department is is investigating what happened inside on fourth street. the department started getting reports from hospitals over the weekend that more than 24 people were suffering from a fever and diarrhea after eating at the restaurant. 11 of those that fell ill were admitted into intensive care. doctors determine they were
suffering from shigella. the disease can be transmitted by eating food prepared by an infected food preparer. we spoke to maoris koa san juan customer. county health officials believe there are many more people have become ill and have not reported it yet. anyone who ate at the mariscos san one should see a doctor immediately.
we heard from a driver caught in the mess when the the fence fell along interstate 880 in oakland. >> all i did was come out to oakland to have dinner with my buddy gary and i literally was 50 feet away. >> from a driver who was recordinon his own phone a personal account of what happened last night. without any warning the chain link fence just broke and fell from an overcrossing. it damaged eight cars and sparked a car fire. at 8:30 our reporter allie rasmus will update us on this bizarre incident and the caltrans investigation into what could have gone wrong. off duty chp officer has become the latest victim of theft in san francisco after having his gun stole fran a parked car. the officer parked his personal car on howard and eighth and went to grab food. about 20 minutes later he returned to find that someone
had smashed the front passenger window and stole a backpack. the chp officers personal handgun with ammunition was inside the backpack. not in a locked box or trunk. >> it's an officer safety issue so we notify everyone of the outstanding firearms and to keep an eye out for it. >> san francisco supervisor david campos wants to require all officers to secure their service weapons even if they are off duty. he plans to amend his ordnance to include personal weapons. leaders will examine a proposal requiring drug and alcohol testing for taxi drivers. cabbies would get tested for drugs when they apply for or reknew a permit, drive after an accident, or under suspicion of drug use. this resolution would bring the city into the same standard of california. cabbies with the medical marijuana card must still be tested. applicants will be denied a permit to drive a taxi. happening now faculty at
city college of san francisco plan to picket on campus. counselors have been working out a contract since the end of june. now they are denying what they call a fair contract. they are offering a 2% pay hike from 2007 salary levels. the school says it's offering more than that but wouldn't be more than specific. today's picketing started at 7:45 this morning and it's for informational purposes only. all classes are being held today. east bay mud is experimenting with a new water main pipe that can withstand a major quake along the hayward fault. crews are installing new piping within the berkeley hills. it's made of high-tech japanese iron. the pipe cost almost four times as much as usual materials but could prevent a lot more damage when a major quake hits. >> we're installing it here in the kenningston area because this is an active landslide zone as well as the street is
where the hayward fault crosses. so this is an opportunity for us to test earthquake proof pipe in an area that sees a lot of ground movement. >> now in a related seismic project in the oakland hills, east bay mud replaced several enormous water transmission pipelines that were built in the 1920s. earthquake on the hayward fault would have destroyed the old pipe cutting off 800,000 customers. the nfl is holding a public meeting to talk about raiders possible move down to los angeles. part of the leagues red your for evaluating potential location. the oakland meeting will be thursday october 29th at the paramount theater. fans will be able to ask questions and give their opinions straight to the nfl.
some naturalists say the california drought may be helping monarch butterflies is survive. the butterflies have been in a steep decline due to the loss of their habitat. here in california milk weed is making a come back. as homeowners remove their lawns in favor of drought tolerant native gardens. >> it's coevolved with the monarch. it's a survivor plant. >> four years ago thom didn't even offer milk weed for sale at his nursery in san diego. coming up a south bay congressman speaks out about the arrest of a muslim boy whop brought a home made clock to school. coming up at 8:30 the
investigation mike honda is calling for. >> 24 years since the oakland hills fire. but the question now could this happen again? we sit down with oakland mayor libby schaaf and a former oakland firefighter to answer that question next. >> good morning. we are looking at traffic that is still very slow in many areas if you are driving on 101 san francisco. it looks okay approaching the 80 split. >> some fog but it's going down the coast. san mateo, santa cruz it will disappear and be sunny today. temperatures are warming up. we thought we'd be ready. but demand for our cocktail bitters was huge. i could feel our deadlines racing towards us. we didn't need a loan. we needed short-term funding. fast. our amex helped us fill the orders.
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people being told to get out of their house and walk to safety. the fire started october 19th, 1991 and it turned into one of the worst urban wildlife fires in u.s. history. killing 25 people and destroying nearly 3,000 homes. joining us this morning on mornings on 2 oakland mayor libby schaaf and oakland deputy fire chief mark hoffman. those pictures mean a lot to both of you. you each lost homes in the oakland hills fire. mayor schaaf you were away at school but your fathers home
burnt to the ground. >> yeah i was in law school but i got the call you every expect. my dad was at my sisters house and his entire house was gone. everything in it gone. >> it must have been eerie to come back to your neighborhood to see nothing. >> yes. i came the next weekend when they allowed them to come back to the area. and all we could find my sister found my dads gold spurs a camp award. >> deputy chief you were fighting the oakland hills fire while your own home was burning. tell me about that. >> i was off duty that day. got to work and went into my normal assignment. went up the hill. it had blown up on the one side of the freeway but they were going to hold it. i got given a division on the other side of 13 and basically my home was on the one side of
the freeway. i was on the other side. and we lost the one side of the freeway and then it eventually jumped over and we were fighting fire on the other side. >> as we look at how the area has changed in the past 24 years, a lot of people rebuilt. i'm guessing a lot of people that live in that burned out area have no recollection. they probably weren't there. is there a sense of complacency? >> we were saying you need to be vigilant. that is the message to both sides of the equation. that we need to enforce fire code so that it's a safer area and to the residents we need to enforce fire code. this is not a come around once a year and mow your lawn type of thing. this is is a constant keep defendable space. cut the property back 30 feet. look for lighter fuel. it's an ongoing effort. >> has fire fighting changed
since then? >> oh yeah. >> we have as a result of the hill fire we made a lot of improvements. we trained and equipped to a higher level. we were able to handle a fire like we have never before. i was up there wearing structure gear. and now we are lighter, we have the proper gear on, proper training and the communications have improved. >> what oakland did to coordinate all the other departments that responded is now a national model. so that unified command structure that fits inside outside agencies is something we learned the hard way but other cities are benefiting from. >> we are showing pictures of the oakland hills today. these are some of the really grand houses that was rebuilt on places that were smaller homes there. the neighborhood has changed completely. what do you have to say for those people living in the areas that were burned by the valley fire who are now just a couple weeks back into being
allowed into their own neighborhoods and they are starting a process i'm guessing you both say will take many years to fulfill. >> it does. but there are organizations out there that help homeowners advocate with their insurance companies. to make sure you get everything you are entitled to. you have to replace every last thing. every last pillow case, pot holder, spoon, fork. it's a huge task to rebuild a home. not just the structure but the things in it. >> right. and i'm sure deputy chief you would tell us never to double park when you are in the oakland hills. when you see something smoldering, report it. >> we will turn out for whatever we get called for. so once again i mean i keep going back the individual lens. people immediate to remain aware. keep their head on a swivel. look for things out of place. look for cars that are parked illegally. >> keep those roads accessible.
>> and with our drought it's even more important. we have hot weather today, we have winds. these are the kinds of conditions somewhere to be really careful about. >> absolutely. certainly thank you both for coming on and sharing your stories. brian. >> thank you so much. time is 8:18. let's get a check on your traffic this morning. sal, any major problems out there? >> nothing major. we do have a couple things that have cleared up that are causing big traffic delays. we will start off with southbound 101 approaching the golden gate bridge there was a crash. that crash has been cleared from the lanes. the backup is all the way back to marin, southbound 101, basically any time after tiburon you will see that slow traffic. we also have an accident approaching the richmond san rafael bridge and traffic will be busy. we have an accident west 80 at carlson on the east shore freeway. let's go to the golden gate
bridge where traffic on the span has picked up since that crash. bay bridge traffic is backed up all the way to the maccarthur maze. we have a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza there. it's a little improvement but not much. i also want to mention the nimitz freeway. southbound 880 has been slow. we had an earlier accident. it's 8:19 let's go to steve with your weather. just a little bit of fog holding on san mateo, santa cruz coast. it will be sunny for everybody. probably by 10:00, 11:00. we had some fog this morning. even out towards san ramon valley and a little bit north. so some morning fog. sunny for all. breezy up on the hills. it will be warmer. there will be more 80s through the interior. a quiet pattern in next week. there she goes. right on down. just continuing to erode rapidly. a little system right there did give a little rain to the north bray yesterday evening but that
is long gone and high pressure is nosing in behind that. 50s on the temps there are a few 60s. get a little breeze out toward eastern contra costa county. that can held your temp up. there is a ridge of high pressure. it looks like it will flatten and weaken. sunshine, breezy at times. a little warmer. patchy fog. 70s and 80s on the temps. in fact some of these temps we have mid 80s to a few low to mid 80s. we will continue to see this for the next day or two and then i think temperatures this will be if not the warmest day then tomorrow will be. pretty nice across the board here coast, bay, inland. cooler by the weekend. >> thank you, steve. the battle to bring a beloved cartoon to the big screen is finally coming true. >> like a comforting voice saying don't give up kid. >> coming up in 20 minutes how the son of charles schultz
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roam topless in the city. a proposal in a colorado town that the activist argue is not just about going nude. >> caltrans reopens an overpass to traffic after a fence on that overpass fell on to 880 traffic last night. latest on the investigation as to why it happened and the repair work that was done over night. ♪
>> it will be a nice day. we have some fog holding on. it's going mostly down the coast. a little sunshine on the weather menu today. there is not a lot left. still some. a northerly breeze will take care of most of it. most of the fog is zipping right on down the coast. a little system yesterday right there. that gave us that light rain up in the north bay late in the ash and evening 50s and 60s on some of the temps. there is plenty of high pressure building in. sub shine and a little breezy at times. patchy fog not much longer though. i would think by late morning it will be gone. 80s by the interior. 70s around the bay. all right sal 8:30. north bay, things improving here? a little bit, steve. i will talk about that in a moment. all that north bacon fusion is finally getting better. we also want to check in with the bay bridge.
the toll plaza just to see what it's like. it's slightly improved. still a 25 minute delay get into san francisco. i want to mention the san mateo bridge as well. we've had slow traffic all the way across the span to the peninsula. southbound 101 is a huge mess because of an earlier accident near the tunnel. they are clearing it out but traffic will still be slow as you drive through. and getting into marin we have an accident westbound 580 near toll plaza. and traffic is backed up. westbound 80 at carlson there is a crash. we also have a lot of slow traffic on 880 north and southbound into and out of hayward, san leandro, and oakland. we have a lot of slow traffic still left. let's go back to the desk. an east bay overcrossing that over looks interstate 880 still closed. a long strip of fence fell last night damaging cars and creating a messy commute. allie rasmus reports from oakland where caltrans crews
are still trying to figure out what caused the fence to come down. >> reporter: the 23rd avenue over crossing reopened to traffic around 6:00 this morning. the sidewalk will remain closed to pedestrians in further notice. this is the reason why. the fence that used to line the southern side of the overpass is gone and it's just a straight 25-foot drop on to the freeway below. last night without any warning the fence on the southern side broke off and fell on to 880 freeway traffic. it happened yesterday around 6:30. the falling debris sparked a car fire but luckily the man inside that fire was able to escape without serious injury. another driver was injured by broken windshield. at least eight cars were damaged by the falling fence. amazingly no one had life threatening injuries. >> it's a freak accident and every single person was just relieved that they had walked away from it alive. they were pretty shaken up by the nature of what happened and
by the amount of cars that were involved in it. >> reporter: drivers that were caught in the commotion shared video of it on social media. the caltrans engineer i spoke to this morning said he wasn't sure why the fence fell. that is still the focus of a caltrans investigation that is under way. i reached out to caltrans headquarters to get more answers about that but still no word as to why the fence fell. in the meantime though cars and trucks can drive over this over crossing but pedestrians can't walk on it because again that fence that used to be there to protect the pedestrians is now gone. in oakland allie rasmus ktvu fox 2 news. time is 8:33. a institute teacher up in santa rosa is facing child pornography charges today. ethan monroe was arrested last week. investigators say he texted photos of young girls to a woman. the photos weren't inappropriate but the woman became concerned and decided to report morris because he said he made sexual comments about
them. investigators say they found child pornography on their cell phone during a search. he has worked in six santa rosa schools in the past two months. he's due in court tomorrow. a part of san jose known for desirable schools is dealing with a growing homeless issue. camp cambrian is an area where the homeless has been parking their rv's. last night about 80 people attended the meeting to talk about a problem. it was hosted by city council member donald. while the homeless situation is a critical issue, some say they want a safe place to park and not be harassed. >> especially on sunday and the holidays when community centers and libraries are closed. where else are we supposed to go? >> i have no problem with them raising this concern. i completely agree with them. the situation is not one we should be accommodating so they have every right to be upset with the lack of inaction or slow response. >> city officials say there are more than 4,000 homeless people living in san jose.
in addition to building affordable housing early next year, the city hopes to launch a safe parking program where 30 people will have spots to live in their vehicles. there is no relief from the earthquake swarm in san ramon valley. two tiny quakes hit the area just 90 minutes ago. magnitude 9.9 was registered at 7:00 a.m.. these are all parts of the swarm of quakes that began a week ago in the east bay. seismologists have recorded well over 200 earthquakes. one of the largest was a 3.6 that came at 4:21 yesterday afternoon. >> in the past we have not seen these swarms lead to large damaging earthquakes. the most likely scenario is the earthquakes will continue on for the next couple of week and gradually decrease. >> while the number may unnerve some people, scientists say swarms are normal in the area if they are along the calveras and pleasanton faults. japan says a mans cancer
was probably caused by the fukushima power plant that was damaged during the earthquake and tsunami in 2011. nearly 45,000 people have worked at the fukushima plant since march of 2011. so far the government and nuclear industry have insisted the health effects from nuclear radiation have been minimal. canada's new prime minister has a familiar name. justin try doe -- trudeau. the liberal party took a commanding majority of seats in the canadian parliament. south bay congressman mike honda and the high school student known as the clock kid held a news conference on capitol hill a couple hours
ago. 14-year-old ahmed mohamed is in washington, d.c. for astronomy night at the white house. he was invited to last nights event by the president himself. this morning ahmed met with mike honda. he sent a let tort attorney general loretta lynch urging the expect of justice to investigate ahmed's arrest. >> my colleagues point out this incident highlights an alarming trend in profiling muslim americans not only by law enforcement but in our society as a whole. and i think we call that islam phobia. >> honda also says ahmed was wrongly profiled because of his name. activists in one northern california town want women to go topless legally. today city leaders in fort collins will consider a proposal that will allow
females to go shirtless in public. it's all in response to request from people who say the current ordnance discriminates against women. there is no law against men going topless but the proposal comes in a city that doesn't even have a strip club within its limits. >> it's not even so much about women being allowed to go topless, it's them having that body atonmy. it's them having that choice. and it's also about not having women being criminalized for doing the exact same thing men can do. >> in august women in 60 cities across the country went topless protesting the sexualization of women. new this morning croatia has opened its border with serbia. they have been stuck in cold and wet weather for days after croatia limited the number of people allowed into the country. it happened when hungary closed its border. croatia feared the migrants
would get stuck there. they are trying to reach germany and sweden and other european countries. a 19-year-old indiana university student is apologizing to a muslim woman he attacked last saturday night. he says he doesn't have any memory of the attack and he blames drinking for what he did. the victim says she was sitting outside of a restaurant when she heard him yelling and then he attacked her. >> he started to yell white power. a couple times he yelled white power. i found him at my neck pushing me down, squeezing my neck and putting my head to the table. >> she also says he tried to remove her head scarf but other people grabbed him and held him in police arrived. the fbi is investigating whether the womans civil rights was violated. this morning we are hearing from a another passenger on that southwest airlines flight bound for sfo that had to turn
around after a man attacked a woman on a plane. >> everybody is screaming. it was pandemonium. i department know what was going -- i didn't know what was going on. >> mark curry says he was asleep and woke up to the commotion. he said a man hit a woman and tried to choke her after she reclined her seat. curry says people were afriday to confront the man but flight attendances asked him to step in. >> flight attendants asked me to restrain the guy. i said yeah. i said i will beat you down. >> the plane was sent back to lax where the man was escorted off the plane by police and questioned. the woman decided not to press charges. the rest of the passengers were put on another plane. they arrived at sfo but that was after a five hour delay. apple is calling its streaming music service a success. >> we just talk about those
things. it was quite a strange question to ask. >> it's the issue leading ladies in hollywood are haunted about. >> we're still looking at that east bay commute and it's still pretty slow in many areas. highway 24 and driving through lafayette we'll tell you a little bit more about this commute coming up. >> just a wee bit of fog holding on but it will disappear. it will be sunny and warmer today. we'll have these tuesday temps coming up.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. we are following developing news out of phoenix, arizona this weekend. another round of storms hit that area over night prompting a swift water rescue. this is new videotexen -- video taken within the last 30 minutes. rescuers are trying to get to people who are inside that van. it looks like they are pulling one of the people out at this time. we understand this rescue is still ongoing right now. the latest storm system comes after major storms rolled through the area last week. this is again in phoenix, arizona. it created a dust storm and knocked out power to thousands of people. arizona police say a man who drove his suv into a lake killing himself and his family did it on purpose.
the deaths of 27-year-old glen baxter, his estranged wife danica and children are being investigated as a murder- suicide. the crash happened sunday morning in a phoenix suburb. surveillance video shows baxter speeding into the lake. the children who died range from age from 1-3 years old. >> the one-year-old just turned one on friday and my niece was planning to have something for her at the park. but she didn't get a chance to. >> family members say baxter and his wife separated several months ago. police say the two got into an argument about their children the night before the crash. former olympic runner oscar pistorius is out of prison after serving one year for killing his girlfriend. the 28-year-old double amputee will be on house arrest for the remainder of his five year
sentence. pistorius was found guilty for killing reeva steenkamp in 2013. pistorius was eligible for early release under south african law as a condition of his release, he will have to continue receiving psychotherapy and he's not allowed to have a gun. it is now 8:46. we want to check back in with sal on traffic. anything imparticular you keeping an eye on, sal? >> we are keeping an eye on the commute in general. things are improving a little bit, pam. right now we have a look at the bay bridge toll plaza and it's not quite as bad as it was before. it looks like there is a lot more room. unfortunately this trend will continue into the 9:00 hour. we're also looking at the san mateo bridge getting a little bit better. we have a little bit more work to do here when it comes to clearing out the traffic. san jose silicon valley we have
a it will bit more traffic. few had to choose the worse, it's 101. now let's go to steve in the weather. we had some fog this morning. a lot of it to go around. [ technical difficulties ] high pressure is building in at the surface and the loft we had a few 40s, a lot of 50s. unless you are getting a little breeze out to the valley that may be holding your temperature up. but for others it's much cooler. good 12 degrees for some. 52 alamo, 53 danville. somewhat of a breeze west at santa rosa.
northeast at oakland. north at nevada. south at napa airport. there is not a dominant breeze but most of it in the higher elevations. that is a dome of high pressure and it's building in. it will be cooler by the weekend. today and tomorrow looks sunny. but then we will get some changes coming in. a weak system drives in by friday. that will cloud us up. more low clouds and high clouds and we will take that into saturday as well. no sign of any rain but next week things could be changing here. there is a lot of energy from a typhoon and hurricane that needs to play into the mix. 70s and 80s in your temps. some of these low to mid. sonoma 82. napa at 83 degrees. walnut creek at 81. 77 oakland. san leandro also in there as well. 87 downtown san jose. low 80s santa clara valley. 60s on the coast. 70s from san francisco to low 80s would side and menlo park and palo alto.
sunny and breezy into wednesday. pretty good on thursday and it looks cooler as we go into the weekend. pamela. thank you, steven. there was a red carpet premier in san francisco for a new 3d animated film based on an old comic book classic. heather holmes has a look at a new peanuts movie. >> reporter: just as a whimsical ride on the carousel can make you feel like a kid again, so can snoopy, charlie brown, and the rest of the peanut squad. >> i continue to be amazed for the love for peanuts. >> he says his idea for a film was rejected for years but he kept fighting to bring the beloved characters to the big screen. >> we crafted a screen play and built this tiny project to a
big movie. >> like a comforting voice saying don't give up kid. >> reporter: this is the first feature length film since 1980 and director steve martina said there was immense pressure to get it right. >> we carried that as a badge of honor or mission not to screw it up. to be true to what peanuts has been a wonderful legacy from charles schultz. we got to stand on that platform and create something new. >> reporter: in this new story flying ace snoopy takes to the sky while his best friend charlie brown embarks on his own quest. it also reaches out to a whole new audience including the films young cast. >> i did research on charlie brown and went on youtube and watched the great pumpkin five times and now i love peanut. >> reporter: and that love is why shuts is persistent. >> i think there is no doubt he
would have gone in this direction. and i think he was would be very, very proud of what we created here in his honor. >> that was heather holmes reporting. if you want to see the new peanuts movie it hits theaters november 6th. many of the women used the event to talk about hollywood gender pay gap. actor bradley cooper revealed his salary to female come stars. actress amy schumer applauded his decision and talked about how the issues of equal pay goes well beyonds movie industry. >> well we raise minimum wage, most minimum wage workers are women. that will help. we take the guys along with us i think it's cool bradley said he would announce what he is making. >> jennifer lawrence started
the recent conversation about the wage gap in hollywood after writing an essay about it. it's a story a lot of people were talking about yesterday. the jilted bride who gave away her wedding dinner to the needy. thousand we are hearing a little -- now we are hearing from the would-be groom. it took joel silverman years to become a master dog trainer. but only a few commands to master depositing checks at chase atms. technology designed for you. so you can easily master the way you bank.
major highway in southern california could stay closed in thursday because of the mud slides there. the good news is tow truck have finally removed the 200 cars and trucks that have been stuck in that mud. an inch of rain fell in downtown los angeles yesterday causing minor street flooding mostly because of clogged drains. a man is facing several burglary charges after san francisco police say he stole expensive art while squatting in an empty mansion. 39-year-old jeremiah kaylor of arizona was found living in a
four bedroom guest house in presidio heights. he took 11 works of art worth $300,000. he had been living on the property for a couple of months and no one noticed. >> and it's the first time you would expect a real life squatter right next door and nobody notice. i mean how he got in i have no idea. >> police say they are recovered nine pieces of art. they are working on leads to the others. kaylor used a u-haul van to stash the art. when you think of a four- year-olds birthday party frozen or super hero theme may come to mind. but cvs. the drugstore. these are pictures of a four- year-old iris. her recent party which was all red and white it took her mom a month to plan. there was treats for everyone. kids got cvs goody bags.
iris also got a cvs cake. her local cvs store put up a sign wishing her happy birthday. her mom says when the store was being built they passed it every day and iris got to watch the construction which may explain the love of the store. the sacramento groom that called off his wedding leading his fiance to open up their reception to the homeless. he says he is glad the focus is on his former fiances generous act. the would be bride took her mother to belize on what was supposed to be her honeymoon. apple convinced millions of its users to pay for music. another 8.5 million people on the three month free trial. apple launched apple music last
june so ha means the first batch of subscribers came off the free trial period in september. individual users pay $9.99 a month after that trial period ends. for many it was better than monday night football. the trailer for star wars the force awakens already a hugen hit with nearly 10 million views on youtube. that is after it debuted during monday night football last night. s 2.5 minute mini movie offers clues to what may have happened. tickets for the new movie went on sale yesterday. demand was so high that fandango and other websites crashed. coming up in just two minutes on mornings on 2 the 9, today we are talking to a
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and hold corporations accountable with common-sense rules. vote yes on f before we all get checked out of san francisco. open! the ground continues to rumble in the san ramon valley. what scientists are telling us about the swarm everted quakes and -- swarm of earthquakes. >> and providing medical care to low income children right here in the bay area. we're getting a look at the doctors office on wheels that is being unvailed to the public later this morning. >> it's the biggest live action show for daredevils. we are talking with travis of nitrocircus of bringing the action to san jose. good morning on this tuesday morning and thank you for joining us here on the 9. it's a sunny start