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city, the skyline, right now, crystal clear after our rain moved through, it's wednesday, november 2nd. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. steve took care of all of that he has his forecast for you as well. he is in his office >> very easy, today. y. >> there are alot of 30s in lake county. there are alot of 40s it's going up and over the ridge of high pressure. northwest breeze and most of everything -- might be a little bit of patchy fog i can't find much. santa rosa is one of the locations where you find it. alot of 40s, low 50s.
high pressure, coming back for awhile, it makes sense, you usually very rarely get a wet, wet pattern extended to another month. a break, a little warmer, up 6 toes to a few low 70s. 5:01, are things still okay? >> they are still okay. we have some slow traffic, but we don't have anything unusual, which is the baby of commute commuter essex isence. let's look at what we have. it is slow on 205 and on 580 as you drive-thru the pass and get into the livermore valley main part looks good from livermore to dublin. out to the san mat yo' bridge, alot of people are going that
far. heading to the high-rise, no major problems. bay ridge toll plaza, we don't get a big crowd until 5:30. you still have a little more time before the big crowd goes up it's 5:02, let's go to the desk. >> breaking fews from the midwest, two police officers were shot and killed earlier this morning in what authorities are describing as an ambush attack. ailly has more >> reporter: a massive search underway for the person or people responsible for these two killings. they happened this morning in des moines, iowa. authorities received a call of shots being fired. when they arrived, they found an officer from the nearby city of irvindale shot. both officers have since died.
>> >> these guys were in their cars, doing nothing wrong there is a danger out there. somebody shooting police officers. >> reporter: investigators are enveloping information on a possible suspect, but they are not ready to release any information. >> -- after responding to this -- des moines police are requiring their police to go out as partners. new from over"nightline," bart trains are running as scheduled. late last fight in san francisco, bart says a third rail insulate tor blue up at the montgomery station. firefighters say damage -- the train was able to keep going.
there were reports of smoke at the scene. the problem shut down a montgomery station temporarily and caused system wide delays which did last through early morning hours. morning hours. go go there were no injuries. similar incidents happened periodically, but repair crews have fixed the problem. service is back to normal this morning. >> a $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a man accused of shooting his girlfriend. he tried to kidnap the woman who was eight months pregnant, but ended up shooting her in the head. however, she and her baby survived. the marshall's office said the
suspect is a transient. he also has family. he is considered armed and dangerous. he and the silver 2003 toyota he control la he was driving have not been seen since april a silver aletter has been issued to find a missing 74- year-old man in marine county. here is his photo. his name is jay nelson. he was last seen yesterday in mill valley. mill valley. he may also have two walking sticks. now, his family said he has a medical condition, he may be disoriented. if you see him, call the marine county sheriff's department. police in pacificka arrested a man accused of trying to kidnap a girl on
halloween. police say he tried to force the girl into his car. she was able to get away, police say detectives took solomon into custody at his home yesterday afternoon and he was booked into the county jail with charges that include kidnapping a child under 14. der 14. >> commission members met behind closed doors to pick three finalists. the commission won't reveal the names. amber leigh reports on the position by a group of activists against one potential candidate. >> welcome to our special meeting tuesday november 1st >> reporter: a small audience that attended the open portion of the meeting that lasted a half hour. >> we need someone that can
make dramatic change and that candidate has to be external >> reporter: those who folk opposed any internal candidates. >> chaplain is a bad choice for many reasons, first of all, he was endorsed by the p-o-a which makes him a candidate toxic to the communities that the police department most needs to rebuild trust with. trust with. >> reporter: they can select from the list and then think will go back to the commission to come up with three others. one supervisor said the process makes sense. >> if the chief of police is not performing, it's important that the mayor be comfortable with whoever is selected.
amber leigh, fox "2 news." >> the commission's president will not say whether the finalists comes from outside or the san francisco police department. but the mayor's office is working out the logistics. in the past, names were sent to the mayor. >> time 5:08, countdown to election day is really on. we are six days away. while california is not a swing state. the bay area will play a critical role that's why many phone bank centers are going high-tech. national headquarters for hillary clinton and donald trump, they can automatically send phone lists for battle ground states to the computers and phone bank centers in california where volunteers may be calling voters in north carolina, ohio, arizona and nevada, all in one shift. >> calling every single person, finding out if they are undecided. if anyone is undecided. we are ground troops and they
are going to every single undecided meeting with them >> reporter: volunteers for donald trump and hillary clinton plan to make calls every day through election day. ay. >> reporter: the fbi is working almost around the clock to go through thousands of clinton insider e-mails. it seems unlikely we'll have any solid answers by election day. hillary clinton back to the issue her campaign thinks will put her over the edge in the final days, mobilizing women against donald trump >> he calls women ugly, disgusting, nasty, he calls
women pigs. >> reporter: clinton is moving into traditional gop turf. campaigning in arizona, hoping to flip that state for democrats. her campaign is relying on the millions of early voters around the country that may have given her an edge. donald trump in wisconsin hoping to chip away at any clinton leads. >> this is a good time to make an important public service announce machine. you can change your vote to donald trump, we'll make america great again, okay? >> reporter: and he is right. a handful of states give voters the early option to change their mind.
a deadline passed in minnesota, in wisconsin, voters can go back and forth trump spending alot of time in florida that's a must win state for him. >> there is an app for california voters. the vote california app is free, it provides information about your voter status, polling place, candidates. you can also you the app to register to vote, although it's too late to do so for this election. >> california consumer advocacy group suing anthem blue cross. changes involve p-p-o policies which cover out of network doctors visits. this lawsuit saying anthem is shifting their customers to a
different plan. where the out of network bills will not be covered, but is claiming the two plans are similar. anthem blue shield said state regulate fors approved the changes and the lawsuit has no merit. it's can 12, one bay area city taking action. what san jose leaders did in reaction to the pop legalzation of recreational marijuana in california. >> down 3-1 to come back like there is absolutely amazing >> cubs won game six of the world series last night, it all comes down to tonight you will you hear from the players getting ready for the winner take all game 7 one of the busiest commutes, east bay chew, interstate 80 westbound, getting filled in, although it's not too bad. a look at some of these commutes and take a look at the gillroy commute, coming up. >> >> pretty quiet out there, a
few upper 30s. alot of 40s, we'll end up with sunshine and a little warmer temperatures. 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. 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.
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eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to... defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56.
cubs won over the indians. russell's six rbis tied a single game world series record. >> it's every kid's dream. it all comes down to game seven. we are excited. >> they will be really excited to play. you know, you learn through your mistakes and move on quickly and we'll do that. >> reporter: two good teams. kyle will start for the cubs against the indians coreeny -- if the cubs win, they would be the first team to come back from a 3-1 deficit to win the world series since the kansas city royals did it in 18985. game 7, you can see it right
here, 5:00 tonight. our coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. don't floreat go, you with watch our regular newscast on k- t-v-u plus. well, it looks like things are starting to click for the warriors. warriors. >> check this out, currie finished with 28 on the night. that's an easy shot. warriors won 127-104 san jose sharks put their three game winning streak on the line in the desert against arizona. phoenix, three goals in the second frame, a late goal from the sharks was not enough to
win. sharks fell 3-2 to the coyotes. 5:16 is the time. time. >> it's 5:18. >> it's 5:18. you can see traffic, not a terrible commute. that looks like a very nice drive. we don't see alot of slow traffic in the south bay, right now. we are looking at some of the other commutes around the bay, a look at lie way 101 in san francisco. it looks good as you drive northbound 101 approaching the 180 split. bay bridge toll plaza, more
people showing up it's not stop and go, yet. >> under clear skies, 8:00 for some. upper 30s, low 40s. santa cruz mountains. but, that's a monster system there but it is riding up, ridge of high pressure. that one will not visit us. a high surf advisory, kicks in tomorrow. end result, looking back on october, incredible rainfall for october. santa rosa, 364% -- livermore, 3.26. mountain view -- and san jose, they were in a rain shadow, but they managed to eek out 195%.
some of the observers, thank you for those of you that sent in make. i appreciate it. i appreciate it. clear skies, looks good, patchy fog won't last very long. santa rosa can mention that, it's not widespread or anything. high pressure up and over, 43 at the airport. 45 santa rosa. fairfield is in there as well. east bay temperatures, alot of 40s here. danville, a little cooler. san ramon, 43, but 47 by the pavilion. you can see just not gentlemen going to visit us, this system, pattern has changed, completely understandable after that much rain in okay.
hard to get that pattern to carry into another month. sunny, patchy fog, mild, 60s on the temperatures, a few near 70 degrees and tomorrow looks a little warmer, so does friday. still okay on saturday, increasing clouds sunday, but i don't think it will be an issue for rain. just clouds to the north, maybe north of santa rosa. rosa. more people taking to the skies, how many more people plan to travel for this holiday this year.
almost three-quarters of a million seasonal hyers, clothing retailers top the list, macy's j-c penny's, gap and kohl's, >> office depot and office max want extra staff for the holidays. some seasonal jobs do become permanent. amazon says more than 14,000 of the temp jobs became permanent after the holidays last year. they expect the y: to go up this year. amazon is looking for help at several locations in the bay
area. if you are you traveling by plane by thanksgiving, plan to get to the airport early. an extra half million people are expected to fly the week of thanksgiving, mainly because air fare is more affordable. airlines are ready for more holiday travelers. most will have more planes ready to handle the increase in traffic almost 23 million people are expected to fly for the thanksgiving holiday. microsoft said it is working on a patch for a security flaw that is being exploited by russian hackers. they say they are part of the same group linked to the democratic party campaign over the summer. this time, they say they exploited bugs in microsoft's operating system. they used an e-mail fishing scam to attack a small y: of users. microsoft said it will have a patch ready by tuesday.
>> oakland airport is getting another international flight, british air ways will begin nonstop flights from oakland to london's airport in march. round trip tickets will start at $599. british air ways will have flights out of oakland four days a week. >> a homeless camp in san francisco has been dubbed box city. up next, the city proposition going before voters that could decide its fate an uber driver arrested, accused of sexually assaulting a passenger. what the ride sharing company is doing to keep the driver from operating again >> bay bridge toll plaza, about to change. under clear skies, cool out there for some, but the hills are green, air is clean, looks like a beautiful day on tap.
the mae gave her top executive managed aa huge pay raiseet, and a lavish car allowance, run up a deficit, then cut jos for local teenagers, and cut after-school program. no wonder tchronicle called mae torlakson "flat-out unprepared" for the assembly. they endorse tim grayson. as mayor of concord, grayson balanced the budget every yer while doing more for kids. tim grayson for assembly. welcome back >> time is just about 5:30, let's check in with steve. it seems like a layering day, chili in the morning, sunny in the afternoon. >> real quick shotout, normer national weather forecaster,
steve markan, he is retiring. g. >> steve, if you are watching, one of the best >> >> we have a quiet pattern here. that's a whopper of a system out there it's not going to do much for us, except for speaking of the national weather service in monterrey, they have issued a high surf advisory if effect from thursday morning to thursday night. it will generate pretty good swells. kelseyville. 37 -- this is near clayton, 39 degrees same as the 42, clear, maybe a few patches of fog, national weather service in
fresno has talked about popping up. they mentioned it on twitter, some ha developing. if you are traveling on 5 -- a few 40s, mid-40s on the peninsula, hillsboro, 47, everything points toward sunshine and warmer temperatures, a little warmer, lows are pretty cool. sunny, upper 60s, very low 70s. 5:31. 5:31. >> before we go to traffic, steve, 68 degrees in napa, boy, that's wonderful. wonderf back to you. >> right now, a perfect time to go. >> i know it. commute is moving along pretty well, you will see some slowing
already in parts of sole no county. but, you will see some slow traffic coming in interstate 80 as you approach the bridge and you can see traffic is beginning to slow down a half mile before the 780 interchange. >> let's go to the bay bridge where traffic is slow, you saw it changed from when i showed it to you a few minutes ago to now. people are waiting along the bridge. not a big delay, but a 10 minute wait before you make it onto the bridge. if you are driving in the south bay. off to a nice start here. northbound 280 on the right, northbound getting up to highway 17 and you can see for yourself it's pretty wide open. 5:32, let's go to the desk. an uber passenger describing a terrifying experience she claims her uber driver groped and stalked her. janine, you are in palo alto
with more on this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, police say the woman did the right thing by getting law enforcement involved. officers say they are not sure if this driver attempted to do this to any other passengers, police say 35-year-old pedro dropped off a man and a woman saturday night at a home at alpine road in palo alto. the woman called him when she realized she and her husband a phone in the car. when she went to get the phone, she say the driver groped her -- >> she immediately told him to go away, hung up the phone. by the time we got up there, he was gone, our detectives and officers were able to work with uber to identify who the suspect was and we arrested him at his home a couple of hours
later. >> reporter: he was taken into custody in redwood city sunday morning on charges of felony sexual battery and stalking. all uber and lift drivers undergo a background check that goes back seven years. s. uber did release a statement saying -- saying -- police are asking anyone that may have information about the incident or any information about that driver to give them a call. >> all right, thank you. >> now, also on the peninsula
in the upscale city of hillsboro, police are vegging two attempted homburg layries, both happened yesterday. the first at a home on lakeview drive. someone forced open the front door, but ran away when the security system was activated. the second attempted burglary happened nearby on woodbridge road. someone forced open the front door and ran away when the security alarm went off. investigators have not said whether they think these attempted burglaries were carried out by the same person a different type of homeless camp, called box city. the structures are sturdier than tents and some even have doors that lock, but box city could be targeted and swept away if san francisco voters
approve measure q next tuesday. sday. >> a new approach to work with unhoused residents to organize them and not demonize them. >> reporter: advocates criticize prop q and said it does not provide any money to get people into permanent housing. housing. >> reporter: a constant shuffle, this retired carpenter who says he can't afford an apartment lives in his motor home, grateful to have it, but moves it often to avoid tickets. tickets.
>> reporter: until recently, r- v campers congregated near 101, but not since street parking ban took effect >> we all need to be good neighbors. this was not a healthy situation. >> reporter: business owners describe what was cleaned up in one day. >> five huge dumpsters including everything from furniture to discarded personal items. >> just a park on the other side of the highway. >> reporter: now neighborhoods just outside of city limits are seeing the motor homes my great to their streets >> they are not the cheap ones, 196, 150, 114. >> reporter: this camper has collected a wad of warnings and citations, but she has been in this unincorporated stretch for a month and a half. a retired teacher, she says, with nowhere else to go.
they passed that ordinance to get rid of the trailer trash and the homeless. >> i don't really feel for them. i don't know how people end up living in r-v's. i wish there was a solution and they wouldn't be at our door step. >> reporter: city leaders defend their bands. it came after neighboring cities did the same thing. >> perhaps a better approach, providing parking for those that need it. some locations, you have to be determined. for the time being, we had to do what we did >> i stay on top of the game. >> reporter: for now, the fame of the game is moving the r-v every three days. as long as it is moved 150 feet. feet. time is 5:38. san francisco city attorney supporting a class action lawsuit claiming the current bail system favors the rich
over the poor. traditional bail system allows defends with money to walk free while those woe don't have money are kept in jail until they can see a judge. he said the bail amount is fixed by a schedule that doesn't take into account if a person jumps bail. >> a bail schedule that lifts the price of freedom without any consideration of circumstances does not serve the interest of the public and ununfairly discriminates against the poor >> reporter: he wants the system reformed, detaining only those that are a danger to the public or may be a flight risk. risk.
city of san jose has passed and ordinance. decision cups one week before californians vote on legalizing the recreational use of marijuana. city leaders did this because they expect proposition 64 to pass. pass. >> passenger, prop 64, it won't be a crime, but at the same time, we don't want to allow to have the come division distribution without having regulations in place. >> reporter: without the regulations in place, the city
of san jose is sending a clear message. ordinance reaffirming what the proposition states, individuals will be restricted to growing six plants inside. >> prop 64, if it were to pass would leave it to the city to permit these businesses and decide where they can go. >> >> reporter: they are concerned with the prolivation of unregulated businesses. >> we all remember two of three years ago when there were 120 clubs in town. they were operating how they wanted, alot of customer complaints, for folks like me striving to gain legitimacy in the industry, we don't want those kinds of players again.
>> really throughout the state, they are looking at these issues in a fearful way. >> he is strongly against local control, saying it should ultimately be up to the voter. >> if prop 64 passes, we'll see alot more bands throughout the state and alot of confusion as there are separate regulations from city to city. y. >> >> time is 5:43, rain probably to blame for the water conservation. however state officials are monitoring how much water we use. they say californians 18% less water in september compared to the time before the drought was declared in 2013 the state plans to review the need for a new conservation measure in
january a rockslide that closed down one of the roads leading to yosemite national park is now clear, but take a look, boulders fell on the road, right another the arch rock entrance on monday. everything is clear for visitors to head to yosemite, today. >> time is 5:44. if you are walking in san francisco, you should watch where you step, coming up at 6:00, complaints about needles and human waste which neighborhoods have seen an increase in those reports. >> a new development over the oil pipeline in south dakota the east bay commute is still looking pretty good. this is a look at the mcarthur
the wife of the man who did the killing at the pulse fight club. she said she is speaking out now to let people know how sorry she is about her husband's actions. >> tribal leaders in north dakota may meet with the leaders of the controversial oil pipeline possibly as soon as today as the controversy heads into the winter months. the standing rock tribe said the pipeline will contexas a&m fate their drinking water and destroy sacred burial sites. >> right now, 5:47, let's check
in with sal. we always look at the tracey commuter, we look at the far away commutes earlier and i just got atwitter from sonya woe said "-- -- most of the time, i won't mention it unless there is a problem and ununfortunately, often, there is a problem, right now, there is nothing going on. nearby on 5800, a bunch of slow traffic coming from tracey into the main part of livermore. 880 in oakland, closer to the bay, traffic is moving along in both directions, getting more crowded. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see traffic is backed up before you make it onto the span. 5:49, let's go to steve.
>> one more thing i can you do, i can go eight minutes. >> we have a pretty good system off shore and it will stay off shore. so far, not reducing visibility, although it could pop up. good looking cold front. it will generate pretty high surf as we head into thursday. kelseyville, 37, lakeport. 39. coolest i have found. getting alot of rain, usually, it's a a winter event, but national weather service in fresno said fog is forming, so visibility a quarter mile to a
mile and a half. some people do have to drive out to the valley. it's not an issue here, at least, not yet, but it's starting to form in the valley. very early in the season. when you get this much rain -- from 195%, to 380, 60% of normal. one of the wettest octobers i have seen going to 1962. it looks like a dry pattern for a bit. there might be a system sunday, but i wouldn't worry about it right now, clear skies, 40s on the temperatures, 43 napa airport, freemont is 47. 44 for morgan hill. 40s, for boulder creek and scotts valley. even southern california 46,
truckie, 46, -- 47 sacramento, and even monterrey with 49 in fresno. 20s around lake tahoe. 28 south lake. truckie, 28 and everything shows signs of high pressure going no, not on this pattern, so it will send everything up and over, warmer the next couple of days. today, a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday. have to keep an eye on some of the fog. it will be forming over the next couple of days. i think the models will back off on this. we are concerned about maybe late saturday into early sunday, right now, it looks like it will be north of the golden gate. i think it will be further north than that. keep an eye on it, pattern has been very active. may be another system next tuesday. i think it's more show than go. 60s on the temperatures, to the low 70s, warmer the next couple of days. this time of the year, it's not so much the east bay, but
around the santa claira valley. low 70s, mostly sunny saturday. sunday, mostly cloudy, rain north of santa rosa. >> all right, 5:53 is the time. getting close to our 6:00 hour, bay area, home to beautiful views, but ugly roads, coming up in two minutes, a new study shows how bad our roads are and how they compare to the the rest of the country.
>> welcome back to morningsen 2, a few report out about the bay area pot holes. bay area -- the worst in the country. a group released a report yesterday, san francisco and oakland ranked y: one in the nation for cities with the highest y: of bad highways and roads. surprise. according to the report, 70% of bay area roads and highways are in bad shape. it says you drivers are paying almost $1,000 a year on vehicle operations and repair costs here in the bay area. >> it's probably not surprising news for anyone that drives on the streets of oakland, 40% of our streets are in poor to very poor conditions in terms of the pavement quality. vement quality.
>> it is hoped voters will provide proposition k-k, providing money to rebuild aging roads and businesses. sinesses. >> coming up at 6:00, a manhunt underway in iowa, this morning, starting with a terrible story, two police officers shot and killed while sitting in their cars, what investigators are saying about the attacks from over"nightline" >> >> san francisco police commission has selected three finalists for the police chief jobs, but very vocal opposition to at least one possible candidate >> >> we still see traffic that is getting busier by the moment, but san francisco still has some pretty healthy looking commute here, if you will look at 101 northbound with me, you
addicting 17,000 california kids each year. eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to... defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. vote yes on 56.