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coming up. this is ktvu fox news mornings on two. >> good morning, thank you for joining us, the first day of november. i am pam cook and i am dave clark. steve nose about the november forecast. >> november looks quiet. october was off the chart. record setting. from seattle to here. even in the sierras. it was the wettest october up thrvment unbelievable. -- unbelievable. we have a break until sunday. it's raining in san leandro. you can see hayward and towards
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san ramon and 580 to dublin. there is also heavy rain reported towards the santa cruz mountains but that's about done. also around redwood city. right there. look like it's winding down. a few people wrote me and said, my phone app says it's clear. that app will be right in about an hour. we have some rain near can't cruz and -- santa cruz. but we are almost down. 50s on the temperatures. some snow in the sierras for another couple of hours. is 6:01. we saw some rain on the
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cameras. >> we do not have too much wet weather but we have slow traffic. it's a normal commute on interstate 80. we do not have a lot going on but we have slow traffic. we are looking at a commute at the bay bridge toll plaza where the traffic has been busy. it continues to be slow at the toll plaza.  the metering lights went on. south bound 280 north west of edge wood, i do not see a back up here yet. we are still working on a crash north of tully effecting the traffic. also north bound 87 there is a crash so if you are driving in from the valley, trying to get
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into downtown san jose, give yourself extra time. >> lets go back to the desk. >> we are following that developing story out of baltimore maryland. police said six people have died in a bus crash between a school bus and a city bus, no students were onboard the school bus at the time. the cause of the crash is under investigation. this is in baltimore, maryland. it's an active scene. we are going to bring you information as it comes into the news room. pacifica police are investigating an attempted kidnapping yesterday. that's why allie rasmus is this morning. >> reporter: the girl who was the victim got a look at her
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attacker and gave a detailed description to the police. first, this happened this pacifica near hickey boulevard. this happened when it was daylight. the child told the police she was walking on the sidewalk when a man pulled up next to her and started to honk his horn and he told her to get into the car. then he tried to force her inside. show reported the incident to the police, the car drove off. she described the man, he was indian, 30 fo 40 years old. 5-foot six, he had a trimmed beard. he was driving a black
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volkswagen sedan with texas license plates. the police are trying to get the world out. anyone who may have seen anything in this area, it was before 5:00 yesterday. if you saw a vehicle or person fitting our description, give the pacifica police acall. >> two little girls in santa rosa were hit by a pickup truck while trick or treating. it happened near rain dance way. a four year old girl and a nine year old girl were krussing the streets when the truck hit them. the nine year old was taken to the hospital. she regained consciousness and was talking before being put into the ambulance. the truck driver stopped and is
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cooperating with the investigation. police do not think drugs or alcohol were involved in the crash. >> a truck hit a vehicle that was towing a halloween hey ride. three people on the ride were killed. others suffered life threatening injuries. >> we are learning more about the legal defense for the man accused of kidnapping and killing sierra lamar. lawyers for an gar gar -- antolin garcia-torres want to use the records of her father during the trial. he was accused of molesting one of his daughter's friends during a sleep over at his house. he pled no contest to the charges and spent a year in jail. lawyers want to use that information during the trial to
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convince the jury that sierra lamar ran away from home on march 16th instead of being abducted and killed. six teenagers were arrested after police said they committed several crimes while wearing clown and ski masks. the first snept happened saturday night in antioch. -- incident happened saturday night in antioch. police said the suspects then drove to brentwood and robbed a woman at gun point. an antioch police officer was able to stop the car and arrested six people inside. >> we are one woke away from election day and the surprises keep coming much the discovery
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of new hillary clinton insider e-mails puts the president in a tough spot as he heads out on the campaign trail. >> reporter: president obama has an aggressive campaign schedule but he is trying to strike a balance, supporting hillary clinton while trying to not undermine an investigation into our e-mail controversy. hillary clinton's campaign celebrating halloween yesterday. but for donald trump it's an uphill battle. >> he needs florida and north carolina and ohio, otherwise is a long road. >> reporter: look at president obama's campaign schedule, florida, ohio and north carolina. but do knot expect the
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president to join the democratic piling on against james comey. >> the president believes he's a man of principles and good character. >> reporter: trump argued that she could be prosecuted after she wins. >> her election would mire our country in a constitutional crisis. >> reporter: the only legal option republicans would have is impeachment. democrats suggest that the fbi is investigating trump's former campaign manager paul manafort for his ties to russia. there is also controversy around the head of the democratic national committee.
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they said she gave hillary clinton questions before her debates against bernie sanders. the new york post is reporting that hillary clinton has booked a celebration fire works show in new york on election night. donald trump avoided paying potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes in a way that even his lawyers considered questionable. that's according to a report from the new york times which cites financial documents from the 1990s. he used tax loopholes so dubious that his lawyers said they could be audited. he is voided paying federal income taxes for 18 years. a silicon valley billionaire said he has not
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agreed with everything that donald trump has said and done but he said he thinkings that donald trump could bring in a new republican party. >> he points to a new american politics that overcomes denial that reckoning with reality. >> he donated a million dollars to help the trump campaign. there is a political battle over an ad. bart released this video showing green talking about fans talking bart to the game. the ads do not mention measure rr, but a lawyer in lafayette
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claimed that the ad violates state law by using public money to encourage voters to approve a measure. you can now enroll in covered california. what you need to know before signing up and why you may experience sticker shock. >> major keshes a week from election day -- concerns a week away from election day
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welcome back to mornings on two. a gas peup line shut down after a deadly explosion -- pipeline shut down after a deadly explosion. it happened when a contract krow hit the pipeline. the -- crew hit the peup -- pipeline. the cause of yesterday's big fire in oakland at an apartment collection near lake merritt is still under investigation but the owner of the building said that he thought that foul was was involved. the flames sent embers raining
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down on nearby homes causing 150 people to evacuate. the building was 80% complete and would have opened in four months. there was though gas on and only temporary electricity was set up for construction crews. >> do you believe it was set on purpose. >> at this point, that's what i believe. there are people around that come over in the last year, they say things about infringement in the neighborhood. >> nobody was hurt. there was a security guard on duty at the complex when the fire started. investigators have interviewed him to find out what may have happened. 900,000 commuters in fill philadelphia have to find another way to get around
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because of a transit strike. the union wept on strike at midnight after they could not work out a deal with management after 24 months of contract talks. >> we have been talking for two years. at some point you have to draw a line in the sand. we have a mandate to go on strike. >> there are concerns that a long strike could keep a lot of philadelphia voters away from the polls on election day. >> that's a big issue. >> lets check in with sal. >> we are have a couple of issues and we have slower traffic beginning to build. we have the typical commute at the bay bridge, there is a 15 minute delay on to the span but there are no problems on the span getting into the city.
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we have a look at the other commutes. north and south bound 101. traffic look good in san francisco. no major problems. a couple of problems in san san jose. north bound 101 traffic is busy because people can see the accident. also north 87 has a crash and traffic has been busy of the we are also finding out about a crash on the warren on ramp to south bound 880. it's not effected the traffic heading south but i want you to know it's there. lets bring in steve with the weather. >> good morning. some lingering rain.
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incredible totals towards santa cruz. a lot of the rain has moved out but there is a bit hanging on along parts of the peninsula but most of it is done. look over there. just a bit on the bay bridge. i doubt it's doing too much damage. maybe a bit of rain around sfo. but not too much. there was rain on the pen -- pen peninsula. the rain on the bridge has stopped. southern california, over an inch of rain. santa cruz, .71. boulder creek, .85 inches of
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rain. oakland hills, .49. alameda, .33. lake county, almost an inch of rain. ma rain county, .8 oo -- marin county .8. union city, .25. look, there was heavy rain around santa cruz, is -- it looks like it's gone now. 50s on the temperatures right now. look for improving conditions except for a few lingering morgue showers. 60s on the temperatures for the later parts of the day. the temperatures warm up thursday. but there is a lot of night and
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morning fog especially north and east bay. increasing clouds saturday. cloudy is p rain in the north bay sunday. >> so tough driving in what areas? >> north and east bay. usually the fog hits there first. >> also livermore. napa county and sonomo. it usually takes takes a while to get through. protests continue in north dakota over the controversial oil pipeline but up next, the support planned by a bay area bishop want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians
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welcome back to mornings on two. new this morning. iraqi special forses have made their way into mosul to take back the city from isis. iraqi forses said they have already taken kroaflt state television building -- control of the state television building. the up oming battle is expected to be long and difficult. >> happening today.
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a bay area bishop will fly to standing rock north dakota to support the protestors. they plan to help keep the peace between the activists and the police. the project is said to threaten water supplies for the tribe and also native artifacts. the protestors are now dealing with a brush fire near their camp site. >> the car stopped and then that fire started. >> it comes days after police in riot gear removed democrat straighters from a highway. in the meanwhile, pro--
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demonstrators from a highway. in the meantime, protestors were at a bank in california that is funding the project. >> there is a job fair at the holiday inn. companies like new york life and sears will be there. we posted a link with more information on our website, it's been a hot issue for years, it's back on the ballot. what city leaders in san francisco are doing to figure out how to regulate recreational use of marijuana if proposition 64 passes. >> plus the city of san francisco is moving closer to naming a new police chief. we tell you about the special closed door meeting happening
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at city hall to discuss the job. >> we are looking at highway four, you are going to see some stop and go traffic there. >> last night in the north bay and santa cruz, we had a lot of rain, we look at the totals coming up
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the u.s.those of us whoof freedserved in the military are very proud of that. i believe very, very strongly in our country and what we stand for. i went to iraq in 2004 to fight for freedom. for generations, our troops have sacrificed for our freedoms. one of the most important things we do is vote - to protect that freedom. i'm tom steyer. let's make the people we're so proud of, proud of us.
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please. vote. vote. vote. vote. this is ktvu fox news mornings on two. >> dpoom, thank you for joining us, -- good morning, thank thank you for joining us, time is 60:30. november is going to be different than october. >> i hope so, otherwise we are in trouble. we got 12.65 inches of rain, that's a lot of rain. >> it's nice to see the
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pictures from lake tahoe. a lot of the resorts posted beautiful pictures. >> it was the third wettest october in history. they are going to open the resorts before thanksgiving. >> i know. the rain this morning, santa cruz, you got over an inch of rain. we are almost down with the system. is slowed down as it moved into marin county. but we are just about finished. there might be a bit of rain holding on. also around san carlos. earlier there was a lot of rain. in the santa cruz mountains, they got hammered but most of it is gone. drier air is coming in from the
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west/north west. 50s right now on the temperatures. we are getting fog in the next few days. 60s today. rain ends, mostly sunny out there and partly sunny in some areas. >> you have a lot of slow traffic on the screen. a more traditional commute than yesterday. some people webt in early. -- wept in early but that's over now. this looks like a regular tuesday commute. a lot of the traffic is building up as you head out to the maize. it's getting more crowded by the moment. the bay bridge is also crowded as you drive over to the toll plaza. no major issues here. south bound 101 had a crash at 30 as you said ho san mateo.
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then in -- head to san mateo. then north bound 87 slow because of a crash. in the east bay we have slower traffic into the fremont area. we have an early commute heading towards the south bay. lets go back to the desk. >> happening today. the san francisco police commission will be meeting behind closed goosier close doosh cloaz doors -- closed doors during the search for the new police chief. >> the new chief will have to implement a series of reforms regarding use of force and transparency. later tonight the san francisco
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police commission will be holding a special closed door meeting inside of city hall to discuss the selection process. court the san francisco chronicle, the commission is expected to pick it's top three finalists and forward the names to the mayor for a final slerks. 60 -- selection. 60 people have applied for the job. the commission narrowed the job to a list of 11 candidates. the scrob opened after the former police chief resigned. many believe he was forced out following several controversial officer involved shootings. we have had this search that has taken place.
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they are expecting to narrow down the list to three candidates. the meeting gets going at 5:30 at city hall. it's not open to the public. other cities in the area have been searching for a new police chief including oakland, they have been rocked by a police sex scandal. >> a retired police officer involved in the bay area sex scandal is due back in court. leroy johnson is charged with a misdemeanor for refusing to report the child abuse against
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jasmine abuslin, she told him she had sex with officers when she was 17 years old. her attorney says leroy johnson shove stopped the abuse. >> fe reported is it early, we may not be here -- if he reported it early, we may not be here. jasmine abuslin has filed million dollars lawsuits against oakland and richmond. police said a 64 year old was hit by a car at 1:00 a.m. last tuesday and he died at the scene. sunday morning police said an officer found a car that had damage consistent with a pedestrian crash. the owner of the car was
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interviewed and arrested. >> a man found dead was hit by two cars including a clayton police car. it happened at 2:30 yesterday morning. a driver called 911 to say he hit something. the man was pronounced dead at the scene. just before the 911 call a clayton police officer reported he accidently hit a man lying in the road. >> a san san jose man was giving his daughter driving lessons. when she pulled up to their home, she accidently hit the
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gas and hit a woman. she died. no arrests have been made. california law requires that a driver be 15 and a half years old to have a learner's permit. >> the district attorney of san francisco will be discussing a public education campaign aimed at stopping voter fraud. ed lee and his wife voted early and encouraged others to do the same. he said given all of the measures on the ballot, you should take your time. >> i think so that the city hall will be crowded. right now there is no line. imagine that, in san francisco, you get a benefit of citizenship without a line. >> no line is a nice incentive. voters in san francisco can cast ballots at city hall from
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now until election day. they have a curb side drop off for voters. a new poll shows that proposition 64 should easily pass. to get a head start. san francisco leaders are planning. local dispensaries said that proposition 64 would render medical marijuana cards obsolete. >> some the biggest challenges will be whether or not to turn the medical dispensaries to recreational dispensaries. >> if it's approved proposition 64 takes effect in january of
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2018. a heated election battle over proposed lerks plans in one south bay city is focusing on really big signs. opponents of proposition c in cupertino put up 60-foot signs saying that you could get buildings that high if it passes. >> when you see this, is bogus, they made it up. >> this goes beyond a war of words. someone has called the cupertino code enforcement complaining that the signs should be taken down. >> covered california signups for health insurance start today but this time it will
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cost more. bham care premiums are going up 13.2%. that's less -- obama care premiums are going up 30.2%. that's less than the national average. some bay area football stars made halloween extra special for some needy children. the hospital held it's carnival for young patients and the members of the raiders stopped by to help with the festivities. >> we get to brighten their day. i would do that any time, any place. >> we see the kids in their costumes and put smiles on their faces. >> the hospital said the carnival allows children to
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take part in all of the fun of halloween when they are facing challenging times. >> the 510 area code is almost gone. when the east bay could see a new area code. >> an iconic san jose store is closing its doors for good after being in business for 70 years. >> we seeing that the commute is wet in some areas but it's not raining. this is a look at highway 24, it's moving along slowly on the way to oakland. >> happy november 1. lingering rain but the stats coming in from october are record setting. we talk about that and what weather is coming up in the next couple of days
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remember this guy? he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it. and he'll hate it.
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welcome back, this morning, we have sad news to tell you about. for customers of a store that has been in bus for 70 years, they just announced that they are going to close. what store? >> reporter: it's mel cottons, it's on the corner of ray street. throughout the years, we come here when ever we want to do a
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story on skiing. their last day of operation is december 31. the land has been sold to a developer. mel opened the store in 1946. he started to sell tents and fishing kriment. then he -- equipment. competition from rei and other companies have taken a toll on their business. customers have left comments on the store's facebook page. one wrote. sad to see another mom and pop store closing. another customer wrote, my parents took me here and i prawt my child here. stlr always items to look at
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for our -- i brought my child here. there are always items to look at for our ski adventures. >> steve loves that store. >> it's sad so see something closing like that. lets check in to see what is coming up in our next hour. >> man adultses admit to falling asleep with their smart phones in their hand. some people say is the only way they can fall asleep but if you are a parent that allows your child to use a mobile device before bed, researchers are warning against it. >> this is the best halloween
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story, this father passed out a note on an airplane to make his chilled's halloween happy. >> thank you. back to sal to check in on traffic. sal? >> it's good to be getting back to the normal commute. yesterday we noticed different traffic patterns. right now we are seeing the typical traffic pattern. people are just showing up at the bay bridge. it's backed up for a 25 minute delay, yesterday people left the house early and tried to get home early. it was slow. but that's over for another year, that halloween commute is crazy. lets move on to 880 south bound. traffic is backed up down
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towards 34. also, 680 is slowly down. -- slowing down. 80 north bound is a mess trying to get into downtown because of an accident they are clearing up. a we have a couple of showers out there. >> a few showers. most of it is done. sunday, the raiders come home. there is a 5:30 game. it's going to be a good one. >> ask me why i bring that up. >> because of the weather. >> that, plus i am going. >> really? >> yes. but there might be rain. i will tackle that friday. we have a break here coming up after a bit of rain this
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morning. partly sunny, clearing out. incredible rain coming in around the mountains. some of the october totals are just crazy. i will get to some of those. we had some morning rain. steve, bring us more rain. i love waking up to the rain in north fremont. maybe we will see if we can bring the rain home. after today we are good until sunday. but i think that will stay north even after that. thank you tim. every morning when i see tim i say good morning ralph and he says good morning sam. your parents may know what that
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means. we have heavy rain yesterday in oakland hills and redwood city and del month. -- belmont. some of the the totals were good. an inch plus. santa cruz, .71. that's just this morning. oakland hills, half an inch. alameda, .33. other locations north ward, cobb mountain, an inch. napa, .45, union city, a quarter of an inch. drier air is moving in towards santa cruz. we had impressive totals with the system. 50s on the temperatures right now. a bit of snow shower activity
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will be continuing. we are on the drier side of this system and most systems. 60s on the temperatures. watch out for the next few days, night and morning fog wednesday through friday. increasing clouds saturday. sunday, clouding up and rain to the north. >> thank you steve. do you use uber or lyft. we have a new study on who is going to be taken for a ride
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welcome back to mornings on two, two men have been arrested for the beating death two years ago of a disabled homeless man. the man was beaten to death outside of a building on sutter street in san francisco. the man was in jail on an unrelated criminal offense. a dna sample matched dna from the beating scene. the men are being held at the san francisco jail on charges that include murder, robbery and elder abuse. ktvu fox news recorded one person getting arrested last night in a campaign to protect
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trick or treaters from child molesters. agents arrested a man in a sober house. offenders cannot have halloween decorations or toys. this man had a toy in his room. >> it looks like a lighted sword. like a play sword. >> what was his explanation. >> he said he has a friend that does party rentals and he got it from him. >> the man kas taken to the county jail. a -- was taken to the county jail. convicted molesters who are homeless have to check in to a parole office and they are
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required to stay there until the trick or treating hours are over. >> the 49ers are fighting back against allegations that they spent taxpayer money to help pay for the upkeep of levi stadium. the 49ers accused the auditor of acting like a consultant to the mayor, timed to coincide with the mayor's election season goals. the mayor threatened to take over management of the citied yum if the nowrt niners do not turn over financial records. >> if we find out how much general fund money is being used, they are going to pay it back. >> an audit suggested that they have been using general fund money to pay for the stadium.
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a new study is looking at rates when it comes to people that use apps like uber and lyft. researchers conducted the study in seattle and boston. it showed that white men have the best chance of getting a ride and african americans had the worst chance of getting a ride. uber and lyft said they do not tolerate discrimination. >> a man is accused of kidnapping a girl, that's up next. >> plus we are a week away from election day, we have the latest drama from the campaign trail, that's up next who says i shouldn't have a soda everyday?
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we are tracking a deadly bus crash that happened early this morning in baltimore, maryland. what may have happened just before a school bus hit a commuter bus head on. mornings on 2 continues. this is ktvu's mornings on 2. ♪[music] >> oh, grease is the word. i think it is. >> no, it's not. >> yes, it is. >> grease is the word. trust me. 20 seconds it will come in. first day of november. have a candy hangover. maybe you're already excited for the next major holiday. grease is the word. it is tuesday, the first day of a new month. >> i want to know everything about trick-or-treating. >> i ate it all. >> i know. >> steve paulson says you may need an umbrella early. >> i think we're done. >> okay.


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