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we want to see if there's more rain in store. very pleasant. >> there's drizzle and rain on thursday. looks pretty good. >> waking up sunday morning and hearing that sound was so nice. >> we didn't get much over at our castle. >> no. we did not. >> my castle is drenched. >> [laughter] northbay rain event and later announced, there's a lot of fog and drizzle out there as well. i think it's going to pick it up here. a lot of clout -- a lot of cloud cover. mostly cloudy, partly sunny south and muggy. paul cueto in martinez saying the same thing. good morning, steve. 55, foggy, and calm. temperatures are starting off very nice, mild to one. upper 50s, with a little bit of sun, upper 60s. it's possible, may be a few record highs today. it would not surprise me in the santa clara valley. 30s up in the mountains, not even that cold up there.
it's a very active pattern. but no rain, just drizzle. for today, fog, sun and clouds. highs in the mid-to-upper 60s. sal, what do you have for us? we don't have a lot, which is good, steve. we want to keep it nice and light for you. but one step at a time. let's take a look at what we have now with the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see the traffic is light although the fog as steve has mentioned, has been fixed especially in the east bay. rt much moving around. you might want to give yourself an extra 10 minutes to negotiate that far. no problems on the bridge getting into san francisco. as we take a look at commutes in the east bay, you don't see a lot going on when it comes to slowdowns. any red on the map, red means stop and go traffic. there is a little bit of slow traffic on westbound to a five. here in 580, livermore and into the hayward area, still looks
very good. in san jose, northbound 280, up to highway 17. time is 43:10. here's a look at top stories we're following. beachgoers and boaters are being warned about see waves of more than 19 feet high. have thousands of county employees in san bernardino will go back to work today. five days after the shooting rampage that killed 14 people and injured 21. following the shooting all county offices were shut down. employees of the environmental health services division where shooter syed farook worked will be off at least one more week. investigation underway in the east bay after a drone came dangerously close to a chp helicopter on saturday night in martinez. the chp was able to follow the drone back to its owner and called police. the owner though, was not cited
or arrested. charges could come depending on the investigation. tonight at the naacp will host a meeting about the deadly shooting of a man in the bayview district by members of the san francisco police department. ktvu's alex savidge live, says the chief is on the defensive. good morning. >> reporter: brian, good morning. there is growing anger in this community over the killing of mario woods last week. there are some calls for police chief greg suhr to resign and later tonight the indian -- naacp will be hosting a discussion, public discussion about this police shooting at the third baptist church in san francisco in mcallister street. we'll take you to video because much of what happened last wednesday in the bayview was captured by bystanders on cell phone video. san francisco police say 26-year-old mario woods was shot by five officers because he refused to drop the knife that he was holding. you can see he was surrounded by officers on that street. many others who watched the
video believe that police didn't have to kill him. >> could have shot the guy in the leg. >> reporter: things got heated on friday night when police chief greg suhr hosted a town hall meeting to talk about the case, nearly 300 people were on hand in an auditorium at city college of san francisco. they made it clear they are angry about what took place. many in the crowd see this killing as an example of excessive force by police, but the chief is standing by his officers who he says were justified. >> hard meeting. raw feelings. people have a right to be upset. we have a responsibility to go to the community, i think, and have the conversations. a lot of people in that room are friends of mine from my time in the bayview. it's a horrible situation. >> reporter: again, tonight there will be another community conversation, public discussion
on this case. the shooting death of mario woods. it will happen here at third baptist church in san francisco on mcallister street. this meeting gets underway, brian, tonight at 6:00. >> i'm sure a lot of people will be attending as well. alex, thank you. police are looking for a man they -- they say groped a woman in her home after they couldn't agree on gardening work. it happened on kenneth drive last tuesday. police say a woman in her 70s was home alone when a man knocked on her door and asked her if she needed a gardner. after they could not come to an agreement, the suspect groped her chest. she threatened to call police and he left. police say the the suspect is latino, 5'7", 170 pounds. with short, straight, black hair. he drove away in a green pickup truck with writing on the site. anyone with information is asked to call palo alto police. concord police are still looking for the gunman who shot and wounded a driver over the
weekend on highway 242. that happened in the southbound lanes between grant street and concorde avenue exit on saturday. police say someone pulled up next to a man driving a gold mercedes suv and shot him twice in the upper body. the victim underwent surgery and is expected to survive. the suspect vehicle is described as a silver suv. police shut down all southbound lanes of the highway for about two hours, no word on a motive. a crash involving at least three cars caused a big mess in san francisco's tenderloin district. our photographer was in the area as police responded to the scene on leavenworth and geary streets last night. one suv ended up on the sidewalk and two other cars were damaged. the crowd of people stood by and watched as officers responded to the scene. at least one person was taken away in an ambulance. police have not officially released any information about this crash. two people were killed in a small plane crash east of l.a.
at apple valley airport in san bernardino county yesterday afternoon. just after takeoff. authorities say the small jet caught fire causing an explosion . the faa is headed to the scene to investigate what happened. according to the victor valley news, a pilot was a famous red bull pilot. federal investigators have not confirmed that report. police have also arrested the mother of a baby who was buried alive near a bike past two weeks ago. l.a. county sheriff's deputies are not releasing her identity. the baby girl was believed to be only 36 hours old when she was discovered by two sisters walking along the bike path in compton. the deputies found the baby wrapped in what appeared to be a hospital blanket, buried in a hole under loose dirt and a piece of asphalt. the baby was taken to the hospital and is expected to be okay. the racketeering trial against chinatown leader raymond chow is set to resume today. the trial has been centered around an undercover fbi agent
testimony. he's expected to return to the witness stand today. child faces 162 counts including trafficking of guns, liquor, and stolen goods. he's also been charged in connection with two murders. one of silicon valley's best-known tech companies could change its basic -- asic business plan. yahoo board of directors has been meeting to discuss selling part or all of its core business including yahoo mail. some analysts say yahoo is considering a plan to be just a holding company for alibaba stock. there are also reports the ceo marissa mayer could be let's hope -- let go. yahoo continues to struggle three years after she was brought in to turn the company around. if she is terminated without cause, she would receive a 177 -- $157 million severance package. customers were unaware that
online prices were 10% higher than store prices. safeway denied misleading customers and argued that adequate notice was given about the price difference. the supermarket chain says it plans to appeal that decision. two presidential candidates are headed to the bay area for a bit of fundraising. senator marco rubio is scheduled for an event today at the mozart foundation automobile museum in mountain view. ticket prices range from 1000 to $2700 apiece. then next monday carly fiorina is scheduled to attend a fund- raising lunch at the home of robin and morris veltman in palo alto as well. tickets for that event range from 500 to $2700 per person. sunnyvale police are asking for help in locating a package the. scene here in a surveillance video getting out of a dark gray car parked in a driveway. he gets out, takes a package from amazon from the porch of the home. as the thief starts to leave, he comes back and steals a few
oranges from a tree in the front yard. police believe someone else was driving the car. a crowd gathered in san francisco's union square last night for the first night of hanukkah in the lighting of that giant menorah. the 22-foot tall structure is made out of steel. it has been displayed in union square during hanukkah for 40 years now. the lighting ceremony will continue for all of the knights of hanukkah. we want to see how your celebrating the holidays. post a photo of your festive decorations, use the hashtag ktvu holiday. you might see your pictures right here on channel 2. we could be talking about your house and decorations. during our 98 -- during our 9:00 a.m. hour, they would choose the best of picture to showcase on the facebook and instagram pages. it goes on until the new year. >> i took your advice from last week. i put my lights up, got my lights up on there. >> and now you are feeling more in the mood? >> you're right. coming up, a key vote on
new controversial rules for cyclists in san francisco. in 20 minutes, the reason the mayor says he will veto the measure if it's approved. first, a special tribute to the city of paris. hey mom, i could use some basil. oh, sure thing, sweetie. life is eating out of a flower pot. wait where's the? right. it's being a food paparazzi. honey, your rump roast just broke the internet. as it should. and a takeout romantic. dessert!
in paris but it wasn't only about the music. it was a tribute to the victims of the terror attacks and those killed in san bernardino. u2 played music from their latest album, songs of innocence, the band's front man spoke to the office before performing saying quote, we're all parisian tonight. he also said we stand together with the families of those killed in paris and san bernardino. >> we have few words to speak to the loss that you are feeling in the city tonight. even if we think we know a little something about grief, i guess grief is like a wound that never fully closes. >> the names of the victims appeared on a giant screen at the end of the concert. u2 what a -- was originally scheduled to perform last month but the concert was postponed in the wake of the attacks. a man accused of stabbing two people at a london subway station appeared in court today and was charged with attempted
murder. british authorities are trying to determine if the knife attack inside the subway station on saturday was a terrorist attack. witnesses say the man shouted quote, this is for syria, before attacking the two people. >> he was kicking for a long time. i called the police. and then he took -- he was using his knife on the victims body. >> this was a violent, unprovoked knife attack. we're not sure precisely what the motive was that lies behind this attack. >> the man was subdued by officers using a stun gun. one of the stabbing victims was hospitalized with serious injuries. the second person suffered a minor injury that did not require treatment. incident comes just days after the british parliament approved airstrikes on ice is targets in syria. the time is 4:45. let's check in with your traffic
. sal is looking at the east bay this morning. >> thank you very much, brian and pam. east bay commute is pretty good. we're going to look at some of these commutes. steve and i have been talking about the fog since we started on the air at about 4:00. traffic is going to be affected by some of it. here in oakland, near the railroad yard, 880 near fifth looks good both directions and traffic continues to be light. just up the road, you can see it's a little bit foggy here coming into san francisco. i don't think it's going to slow many people down. not like you can't see the car in front of you, but be aware it's there. we keep looking at the commute, one of the earliest slowdowns coming into the bay area is 205 between tracy and that whole area, a lot of people already there. livermore, still nice and continues that way all the way to castro valley. 4:46, let's go to steve. >> thank you much.
we do have a lot of fog out there. some of it as a sal touched on, not too bad. others, you are like, what the -- used intermittent on the windshield wipers coming in. still pretty foggy for the entire way in. some of that fog is right down on the deck so be careful. cloudy to mostly cloudy this morning, rainfall, folks in the north bay, well. as talked about, rainfall, a good friend raymond up in the russian river, i believe it. this kind of pattern, if it sets up in the santa cruz mountains, it can be a steady, slow rain and it keeps clicking along. mendocino county, almost an inch. santa rosa, st. helena almost half an inch. napa, .16 and concord .08. karen is the marina, good morning. sprinkles in the marina 90 minutes ago. we'll have light rain but the
rainfall continues to stack up on the north coast. crescent city, eureka is like, that's a pretty good little flow right there. that will continue to give them rain off and on. a lot of the cloud cover spills over. look at the temps. my goodness. 55 hayward, 57 in berkeley, half moon bay 58, 40s? one out there, the lone outpost, livermore at 49. east bay 50s as well. antioch 52, danville, alamo, walnut creek, lafayette all mid- 50s. the water temps are zooming up that trend looks like it will continue. 53 ukiah. arcata a balmy 58. so mostly cloudy north bay. partly sunny south bay. very muddy and humid today. so sun and clouds mixed. humidity factor is very high after the fog and also the drizzle. looks like late wednesday will set up rain in a north bay and moderate to heavy rain on thursday. into friday, then turning much colder on the weekends.
pretty active and the rainfall northward will be really impressive around here. by the time we get to thursday, early saturday, maybe one to 3 inches in the north bay. that system we've seen, three days away. fog is out there, drizzle, mist, clouds, muggy and partly sunny. i want some some but mid-60s, if you can get to the cloud deck, would not be surprised to see 68. a lot of cloud cover next few days. tuesday, wednesday we cloud it up. looks like rain and wind thursday and friday, then another system colder into the weekend. >> i was surprised how warm it was yesterday. >> i was at the raider game yesterday. absolutely fantastic. we had a blast. but it was warm. i have a jacket and i was like, man, it's warm. >> i wasn't warm yesterday. >> it was. >> getting wet from the rain. but it wasn't freezing rain. >> no. >> thank you, steve.
governor jerry brown is speaking about global warming and the threat of terrorism. the federal government has the responsibility to fight isis but local governments have a role to play as well. brown's delayed his trip to paris so he could travel to san bernadino in the wake of the mass shooting that is being investigated as an act of terrorism. >> well, there's obviously a global terrorism that puts a risk for people all over the world. so the french are responding. so too are the americans. so too are the californians. >> the governor said california has some of the strictest gun laws in the country but he criticized lax gun laws in other states such as arizona and nevada. john kerry is on his way back to the paris climate talks. the draft agreement has been reached but many key issues are still unresolved. the secretary and other negotiators are trying to reach
a deal that requires all nations to reduce emissions not just wealthy, developed countries. developing nations are asking for promises that they will get help to cope with the impact of climate change including rising ocean levels, drought and heat. soon, it may be easier for skiers to get around lake tahoe. 30 minutes, when ridesharing company uber plans on launching service there and what happens to cross state lines. >> one of the hottest toys this holiday season, there are some warnings about them. and the cheaper knockoff brand.
welcome back, everybody. a cat that was missing for more than eight years has been reunited with its owners. the marin humane society says a business owner in novato had been feeding the orange tabby for about two months. that's when he decided to take the cat in for a checkup at the animal shelter. turns out, the cat was micro- chipped and the shelter was able to contact her owners. the cat ran away from her home when she was just a kitten. the humane society says reuniting a missing pet after eight years is a record for the organization. one direction was the top trending topic on twitter this past year. pam knows. the san francisco social
networking company has released its top 10 tweet of the year. half of them involve members of the british boy band. members of the band had the top three most shared tweets. the president managed to take fourth place when he tweeted about the supreme court ruling on same-sex marriage back in june. tweets about kanye west and leonard nimoy also made it to the top 10. legalization of same-sex marriage also inspired one of the biggest hashtags of the year. twitter says love wins was one of the most popular hashtags of the year. some of the others included -- and refugees welcome as people fled the middle east for europe and elsewhere. one of hottest selling toys, the hoverboard, popular across the country, you've probably seen them. some of them have been catching fire. they've shown this on a string of videos posted online. there's one. one incident ended with a house burning down. people who sell the boards say
watch out for knockoffs because you get what you pay for. >> they all look the same on the outside but it's what's on the inside that's most important. this customer got it off amazon, $300, plugged it into use it, smelled like it was burning. >> sellers say some companies cut costs by putting in cheap batteries which pose a big safety risk. they say a good board with a proper battery will cost anywhere between five and $800. people are going for the two and $300 versions. no surprise. star wars creator george lucas was honored at the white house last night receiving the nation's highest award for achievement in the arts. president obama honored lucas along with carole king, rita moreno and former san francisco symphony conductor ozala as the kennedy center honorees. president obama says lucas created scenes with cutting- edge technology. that is quite the group.
this was an act of terrorism designed to kill innocent people. >> keeping americans safe. last night night's rare oval office -- oval office appearance by the president and how he plans to defeat isis. drones are supposed to be a popular christmas gift this year. concern is growing over close calls between operators of drones and other aircraft. we'll tell you about one of those close calls coming up. welcome back.
thank you for joining us monday, december 7. i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark. let's talk about your monday morning weather, traffic, steve paulson is back. feeling better? >> you know, it's a tough one. you are never too sick to stay home but one day you are great, i'm good. >> there's a lot to do this time of year. not a lot of time to rest. >> that's true. focha, though, dave. so be careful of that. some of it is really, really thick. until about 7:00. so speaking of, the control room got some sleep over the weekend. nice job there. we do have a blanket of fog. there's plenty of drizzle and misty conditions. also very mild to muggy. a lot of a lot of moisture in the air especially in the north bay. last 24 hours, that was a weekend total for cazadero. how about .08 almost an inch of rain for some? decent amounts to the north. not so much to the south.