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good morning. we appreciate you making up with us. it is saturday, it is saturday, november 5. happy saturday, everyone. we have developing news right out of the gate in oakland. police are searching for whoever fired multiple shots outside of the nightclub overnight. >> we're still gathering information but we have christian captain at the scene and he is going to have the latest for us, live. it is also the last weekend before election day. we have hillary clinton and donald trump pushing hard for those voters. >> the battleground state of florida. will have the very latest on that campaign trail and it is beginning to look a lot like winter. yes! at least, up in the
sierra. several results are getting ready to open up slopes over the next couple of weeks. >> we will tell you why the season is coming up first. but first, here onset. it is hard to imagine already but we've had the rain. >> and now, turning a bit color. temperatures are going to cooldown and we have a slight chance of a few scattered showers early sunday morning but you are right, it is a beautiful view over the east bay where we are saying good morning to you. sunshine. we will have a little bit of fog and it has to do with the valley area of the north bay. right now, partly cloudy skies over the bay area. as we get into the visibility map, squeezing to the north bay, you can see areas reporting visibility down to about a half-mile. in that darker shade of gray, you will find that they are, as well and over in the napa, visibility about 1 mile and a
quarter. as we get to the morning hours, the fog will slowly burn away and temperatures will start rebound at a chilly start. 43 degrees in santa rosa. 48 and nevada. we have mid-40s in areas like walnut creek and the more. around the bay, a little bit more comfortable. 57 in san francisco and happening break -- half moon bay, upper 40s. we do get a cooling trend today with rain in the forecast early tomorrow morning. it is not a lot but i will show you what to expect, coming up. we try to developing news. just hours ago, several people shot outside of a nightclub in downtown oakland. >> that could be as many as nine victims and meantime, police are looking for the gunman. >> let's go live to the scene at 14th and broadway. walked away from oakland city hall. what do you think? >> good morning. the scene has been cleared but let's show you there is still a lot of sign. you can see some of the police
chalk circles from evidence markers on the ground. as we walked closer, you might be able to make out what we found so far this morning. a couple of medical gloves on the ground and you can see a bone in window. the shooting started shortly after midnight and we are hearing as many as nine people injured. the area has been cleared but earlier, it was a chaotic scene. multiple injured people. ambulances. conversing in this area and about 12:15 this morning. oakland police officers work in the area. what they found were multiple injured people. some of who were here on the scene. others who showed up at area hospitals with injuries from the shooting. they wound up in area hospitals on their own. at this point, investigators say they are trying to piece together what happened.>> we responded and located multiple victims. we transported the victim to various hospitals here some victims transported themselves
in the investigation, at this point, is ongoing into what occurred. >> reporter: at this point, police are not saying if they have any suspects or if anyone is in custody. the incident happened right outside of a nightclub and police are not saying that the victims or shooters had anything to do with the club. some of the victims were able to transport themselves to every hospitals. others were taken by ambulance and at this point, we don't have any update on those people taken to the hospital. we're hoping to get more information from oakland police little bit later on this morning. that is what the confusion was as people were transporting themselves to the hospital and police arriving, it becomes a little more confusing. >> reporter: that's right. and one of the reasons why oakland police were vague on what how many -- on how many victims there were. some people may have been shot and others may have been injured and trying to run away from the incident. it was a chaotic scene with oakland police trying to get
everything in order because -- before they could tell us what happened. live in downtown oakland. this overnight shooting happened right next door to where a musician was shot and killed last april by a stray bullet. the 26-year-old was leaving your 14th and broadway when he was shot. police say he had just finished a performance or princes birthday. at last check, no arrests have been made. two people are under arrest accused of beating and stabbing and burning a body at oakland park. she did not return home. police arrested the man and woman for the killing. police arrested it was over a personal matter. >> for this to happen is shocking because she wanted to
prevent things like this from happening and for this is -- for this to happen to her -- it is mind blowing. she worked at kfc. she dreamt of working in law enforcement. a university student has been arrested on possession of possessing and distributing hundreds of child pornography images and video. police investigated the 20-year- old in september and he was taken into custody on thursday. investigators say they found more than 600 images of child pornography in his dorm room some of which involved children under the age of three years old. usf released this statement about the arrest of a student not enrolled in any academic courses that would've brought him in contact with children. further, the university is confident that none of the it
pieces were used. today, both candidates are in the battleground state of florida. we're going to take you there live. take a look at florida where a trumped really is underway -- trump rally is underway but donald trump and hillary clinton are nearly neck and neck in that state. clinton is also keeping her life on ohio where african-american leaders are pushing people to go out and vote. the clinton campaign got a big boost last night. and energetic performance from beyonci. all part of a get out and vote at cleveland state university. her husband also took to the stage before hillary spoke saying she wants to be the kind of president to break political barriers. >> i cannot do that unless on tuesday, we decide what kind of
country we want to be. will we reject a dark and divided division for our future and embrace a hopeful, inclusive , unifying america?! >> meanwhile, a nationwide effort is happening today where clergy are urging black voters to participate. is for donald trump, he was not endorsing celebrity endorsements -- is for donald trump, he was not endorsing. >> by the way, i don't have to bring in j lo or anyone she gets. i am here all by myself. all by myself. >> [ cheering & applause ] >> just me. no guitar. no be can -- no piano. but do you know what we do have -- all
of us. the republican presidential candidates continue to make final pushes in swing states. this week, hillary clinton held a six-point lead and that is down to just 2%. >> bernie sanders said she has better judgment -- bad judgment so she has bad instincts. if she has bad judgment, what are we putting her to run for president, right? >> he said his push for president is more than a campaign but a chance to take the government back from wealthy donors and special interests. here in california, a new poll gives hillary clinton a 20 point lead over donald trump but despite all's results, voters, 51% said they view clinton unfavorably and 55% said they had an unfavorable view toward trump.
the legal battle is developing over procedures at the pole. a federal judge in ohio issued a restraining order against the republican party and trump campaign.>> lawyers say trump's call for supporters to gather at poll sites to prevent a rigged election could lead to intimidation of those voters. the intense scrutiny both campaigns are preparing for. >> i am hoping to support mr. trump on tuesday. to legal battles ensuring every vote is counted. >> every voter's right to observe the election process. >> reporter: chuck macdougall is in charge of training for poll watchers saying there are 4000 volunteers signed up to watch and make all the tripod like to call if they suspect anything. trump has asked volunteers to
sign up on his website to be an election observer saying he needs to stop crooked hillary from rigging the election. lawyers are filing lawsuits in multiple states accusing trump campaign and republicans of encouraging their supporters. already, there are court hearings in new jersey, pennsylvania, ohio, michigan, nevada and arizona. is is essential to our democracy. >> reporter: the legal battles will likely continue. >> a federal judge has ruled that the purging of voters without a lot of notice is unconstitutional. >> the former federal attorney says the justice department will have a staff. he says he is preparing to travel to las vegas for the clinton campaign to be a poll watcher they are in the battleground state here back at the trump office, macdougall says all of the poll watchers are being trained to avoid
confrontation. >> we are trained to be respectful, we're not going to be confrontational. we're not going to be belligerent. if we see something that we think is [ indiscernible ], we will politely call to the poll inspectors attention. stay with ktvu and ktvu was on election night for local and national results getting them for in the afternoon with coverage. the time a 7:12 and there are hundreds of people showing up. illegal dumping of trash. >> 60% of those who do it do not live in the city. so, we've got to be able to capture not just the ones who live in oakland but those who live outside. coming up at seven:30, what city leaders said they had done to fix that problem. grab your letter and ball crackers, the outlook for this winters dungeness crab.
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[ music ] are we in a time warp this morning? we're giving you a live look at the golden gate bridge. temperatures are cooling off for your afternoon. even a chance for sprinkles as we roll through your bay area weekend. i am going to time it out for you and show you those afternoon highs, coming up. >> happening tonight, it is your last chance to do the time warp and it is all for a very good cause. the company hoping its last performances of the rocky horror picture show. proceeds benefit st. paul foundation which raises a lot of money for children's cancer. tomorrow night at 8 o'clock and 11:30, and a performance. it is a great show and if you
would like tickets, we will in our website on ktvu.com. back on the recreational crab season. that kicks off today and the crabbers are excited. is after last year's big delay. both taken the water at midnight. and if today goes well, crab could be on the table as soon as tonight. >> we are out of here and we ghosting them and have family members over tomorrow night. that would be awesome. >> commercial crabbing heading out for their catch. big swells are expected in the pacific today. use caution as they head out. skiers waxing up their boards as the sierra ski resorts prepare for opening day. just one short week away. scott pelley, miller road.
planning to open up next friday . all things to early snowfall. heavenly resorts also firing of the snowmaking machines and they plan to open in two weeks. the resorts say they are looking forward to a normal season which would be great after several minute years. although, you -- although, last year was pretty good. >> four days of the season where they had actual powder. and grown men giggling like kids in the powder.>> like, what is this. we have not seen it in so long! rose mary has been fixing that for us and did you say it could sprinkle or rain on us? >> so, it is going to come while we sleep, for the most part. some of us may not even notice. one thing that we will be included on is rolling back the clock. remember to do that tonight
through tomorrow morning. we get in extra hours sleep. and we're giving you look across the bay. it looks like oakland and the sun is on its way up. mostly clear skies and fog. the valley foggy >>. especially over the north bay. we will talk about that at the top of the hour. if you're just joining us, all of our small communities are dealing with fog. the winds are generally liked coming from the northwest. concord, 5 miles an hour. as we get into your afternoon today, that ridge is bringing us nice and mild weather. it will be breaking down just a little bit here for today, dry. a mix of sun and clouds. fog at the closed and temperatures are still in the 60s.
for your sunday, it will be a little bit cooler. that rain, we will i'll get a chance at it. yesterday, a beautiful blue sky day over areas of the coastline. that has changed. even you look at the dinner hour. -- giving you a look at the dinner hour. east bay, south bay but the brain is still to the north of us. i will state again and saturday is going to be a dry day. early sunday morning, it approaches the north bay. 2 am, 8 am, it kind of falls apart. picking up on the little bit, indicating we could have some drizzle tomorrow morning. a few sprinkles and by 10 or 11 o'clock, a mix of sun and clouds for your sunday afternoon. temperatures for today, mid- sixties. upper 60s for oakland. low 60s in concord and
livermore. into the north bay, how about 70s. the extended forecast again, day by day. today, not as warm. your evening chance over the north bay. and that is about it. temperatures will be at the coolest on the back end of the weekend and we begin to reap round back to the forecast. monday, tuesday and wednesday. and be sure to download our free ktvu app for the latest conditions. live radar and up-to-the-minute forecast. search for ktvu in the app store. >> we get to sleep in tomorrow. >> i like the sound of that. >> one extra hour for everybody. it is time to turn the clocks back tonight. experts to help you adjust to daylight savings time. it is time for our pet of
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when most of us make a mistake, officewe own up to it.anks. but not madison nguyen. her vote to slash the san jose police budget was disatrous. one hundred officers were laid off. crime spiked twenty-seven percent. and when nguyen was warned her that cuts left police short-handed, she passed the buck. blamed the police for "spinning information out of control." mrs. nguyen, it's crime that's out of control. blaming others. risking our safety. madison nguyen is the wrong choice for assembly.
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. it is 7:24. a federal appeals court has rejected a lawsuit accusing nevada of us a mentally ill people to other cities. he says he was released from a nevada psychiatric hospital in 2013 and given a bus ticket to sacramento. even though he did not know anyone in that town. they add that he was not forced to ride the bus. the lower court dismissed the lawsuit. campaigning for donald trump today canceled because two of his former aides were convicted yesterday in a plot to use traffic jams on the george washington bridge. also forming a political retaliation. chris cristie's former deputy chief of staff and another
found guilty by a jury of all counts. kelly convicted of scheming to punish the democratic mayor for not endorsing christie when he ran for reelection back in 2013. christie continues to deny any knowledge of that plot. we're running more of it at new york city police department shot and killed yesterday. the 41-year-old was a 19 year veteran and father of two young children. he and another charge of responded to the reports of a home invasion in the bronx yesterday afternoon. police say the suspect but from the scene and that turned into a chase and a shootout here the suspect, was killed. the other sergeant shot in the leg but was -- is expected to survive. the home he broke into was his estranged home. we will find out about a south carolina man a king --
accused of chaining a woman to a storage container for weeks. he was charged with kidnapping brown and her boyfriend who disappeared last august. a family friend was lured to the property for a cleaning job. deputies rescued him after a tip led him to the property. brown said she saw him shoot and kill her boyfriend. yesterday, eastbound on the same property in a shallow grave but people don't know if it is her boyfriend -- but police do not know if it is a boyfriend -- her boyfriend. >> i will talk about the state of the deceased person.>> police say he is a convicted sex offender convicted of raping and killing a girl back in 1987. they are worried more bodies may be found on the property based on what brown has told them. coming up, police are responding to downtown. what we
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welcome back, everyone! saturday morning, taking a live look. the sunshine working -- the sun working its way up. staying out late, getting up early, you get one more hours sleep.>> which is nice. thank you for joining us. we are waiting for the sun to come up on oakland. we have more news in just a moment and we have rosemary here to check on your weather here>> going bald -- to check on your weather. >> when we start the show tomorrow, we may have clouds in place. we're giving you a look at partly cloudy skies. dealing with a little bit of fog in the morning. it is in the valley. visibility is ripe for some.
bed earlier on, visibility at about a half a mile. where you see that darker shade of gray is where it is especially thick so take it easy. visibility down to three quarters of a mile. this will be with us through the morning hours. i think the other headline this morning for many of us, the chill in the air. take a look at some of these numbers. especially for our inland folks. 46 and livermore this morning. 43 toward fairfield and north bay, santa rosa, with the fog in place. around the bay area, temperatures in 50s -- in the 50s. san francisco, 56. as we go into the afternoon, temperatures will be slightly cooler today with the cooling trend and a slight chance of showers late tonight. thank you. we are following a developing story this morning from downtown oakland. gunfire erupts from a busy nightclub.
>> as many as nine people may have been shot and wounded. we have kristin live at the club near oakland city hall and christian, what are you learning about this incident, so far? >> reporter: as you said, we are close to oakland city hall. it is just about a block down this way and there is still evidence from the shooting. you can see your broken out window, not clear if it is a bullet or knocked out but certainly, a lot of chaos in the moments following that shooting. it was definitely a chaotic scene out here earlier and has been cleared earlier. multiple people are injured and we're hearing from as many as nine people -- we're hearing as many as nine people are injured. around 12:15 this morning and it all started with an argument. police officers were close by and heard the gunfire and were able to get to the scene quickly. what they found were multiple injured people, eight or nine people, some -- some of whom
were still on scene. others showed up at area hospitals with injuries related to the shootings. >> we located them as they ran from the scene. we had different locations where we located them. >> reporter: police are not saying if they have any suspects or if anyone is in custody. again, this happened but outside a nightclub and police are not saying it's a bit comes -- if the victims are shooters had anything to do with the club. we do have investigators following up on this through the day. some were taken to hospitals by ambulance and others sell transportable what we're hearing is that those injured are expected to survive and we're hoping to get more information from oakland police throughout the morning and throughout the day about this overnight shooting. like for us in oakland. the city of oakland is looking into ways to solve the problem of illegal dumping. last night, hundreds of people showed up at a meeting at the
st. louis church in east oakland to hear about what the city is planning to do about the city dumping trash and waste in the neighborhood. city leaders say they have dumpsters in the area to help solve the problem but that the -- that may not be enough. >> over the last five years, we have seen illegal dumping double in the city of oakland and while we are meeting our service goals, the problem has just ballooned. city council member, larry reid, says the city is leasing extra tracks to clean up the areas where dumping is taking place. >> a woman died yesterday while canoeing on the russian river. rescuers call to an area of near canonsburg around 12:30 in the afternoon. the six-year-old was wearing a life jacket but the canoe accidentally tipped over. to france made it to shore quickly and called for help. about an hour later, the woman was spotted under a tree limb by a helicopter crew. she was later pronounced dead.
friends are mourning the death of a young man whose body was found yesterday at sonoma state. investigators are trying to figure out who killed kurt kimberlite and why. sonoma county sheriff's office search and rescue volunteers searching and 10 acre wooded area yesterday. all looking for evidence. kimberly left lane -- last seen riding his bike september 8. he was well-liked by everyone he knew. >> he was very nice and laid back and funny. he would always tell jokes in class. unlike, he would make you laugh when you were having a bad day. >> kimberly had just graduated but was not a student at sonoma state where his body was found. investigators are refusing to disclose how he died. a surgeon from uc fs is in jail accused of selling
narcotics to his patients. the university police arrested doctor christopher owens who is a vascular surgeon affiliated with ucsf. also, doctor with girlfriend. a neighbor said he was shocked to learn of her death. >> very friendly, calm and she smiled. have a good day, goodbye. normal. >> doctor owens has not been charged in her death but he was booked on 99 counts related to the sale of opioids. he is set to be arraigned on those charges next week. contra costa county has decided not to charge any activity -- any active police officers accused of the ongoing sext scandal in the bay. -- said scandal -- sex scandal. saying she had sext with -- sex with more than 30 officers and
some of them, when she was a minor. in all but one case, there is said to be no proof of crime committed by an officer. >> all the sexual interactions that she had with those officers occurred when she was over 18. all of her actions, interactions with these officers were consensual. >> however, the da says he will charge an 81-year-old retired oakland police captain for allegedly soliciting for prostitution. that was not release -- his name was not released at the press conference. six officers are interest -- under arrest in connection. al qaeda is expected to strike on the eve of the presidential election. the profitable threat to new york city and virginia. no specific targets are mentioned but law enforcement agencies in new york are on high alert. tomorrow is the annual new york
city marathon and both hillary clinton and donald trump are planning election night victory parties in new york. >> the nypd is looking at it and our federal partners are looking at it. we are in the state of vigilance at this moment. we're still developing information on the level of credibility, not clear. it is definitely not an overly specific threat. >> texas governor is offering to monitor the situation and is urging the virginia governor saying residents will be able to vote safely on election day. also, reports of an attack are low credibility intelligence but the white house says it is taking necessary steps to protect americans. california has a legal deadline to change how the deaths of inmates are executed. whether to do away with the death penalty altogether, as well. proposing using a single lethal
drug instead of three drug combination. yesterday, they submitted the proposed regulations for final approval. right now, 750 inmates are on death row. the city of berkeley has cleared out at -- a tent city. including the berkeley city council candidate. the candidate on fairview in front of the berkeley food and housing project also known as the hub. 20 homeless activists have set up an m and at several locations over the past month. daylight savings time ends tomorrow. so term vector clocks one hour. for all of us who may be a little sleep deprived, we get an extra hours sleep. and since it will get darker earlier, the time change can lead to seasonal depression.
>> backlog helps to regulate when we feel sleepy, when we are more alert. when we are likely to eat and when we are likely to be less hungry. and just like setting your clock back, you also have to turn back that internal clock. >> even though it is tempting to sleep in tomorrow morning, doctors suggest getting in a normal schedule as soon as possible. it is only an hour and it will be fine! >> from boston to new york is a three-hour time difference. exactly. less than 72 hours before the polls open on election day. the final push both candidates are making this morning, coming up. but first, and lesser-known character gets his place in the
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a heart and soul to start your morning. happy saturday, bay area. a live look across the bay. sunshine on its way and we will have hardly sunny skies in store today. temperatures are cooling down just a bit for your afternoon and rain may be on the way for the most of us. -- for some of us. out of the gate. on fire. the ducks loss number two and
shut the door. steph curry's three point streak and this one wasn't even close. gold state laws by 20. the lakers making it heard on the other and. jordan clarkson with the junk. -- don't -- the point. down 16 at the break. 0 410 on three balls. plan to the assist, there. 157 straight games. more of the same. manager ball game. 117-97. let's go look at all of that new chemistry with the new guy. the sharks exact a little revenge on the penguins tonight. a rematch of last season. two teens -- teams square off
in early. so, they are pretty good at home and the puck drops at 7:30 tonight here san jose loss to boise state. 35-1. gordon stayed on the farm and you can watch that at 12:30. cal, they've got a big one tonight. an 18 point underdog hosting washington up at memorial stadium at 7:30. cal undefeated at home. the denver broncos first place with the afc west. prime time, the raiders finally get some airtime and the niners will host the saints tomorrow at levi's stadium. and two big movies hitting the theaters over the weekend. a strange superhero. >> also, an animated story that brings back a bit of nostalgia for those of us who grew up with those patrol stalls --
troll dolls. >> brand-new movie releases including three massive films opening up. doctor strange, taxol ridge and troll -- hextall ridge and troll . make sure the 3-d conversion -- make sure. the 3-d version is great. i did not know much about doctor strange going into the movie. all i knew is that it was the 14th film in the cinemax and what that means is it is all in the same world so they can all interact in the future films. and neurosurgeon becomes a sorcerer in the mystic arts and an extremely mind blowing experience. coming from a horror background and it really tells a great
story. great performances with emotional depth to them. two of the most incredible action scenes i have ever seen in my entire life so we should to stay into your seat until the end of the film. again, i gave the movie a 4 1/2 out of five. it is an excellent movie. and cumberbatch is awesome. next up, the movie "troll." the idea is that he is happy though she is happy, love singing and she becomes friends with a character named branch voiced by justin timberlake and he is a very negative control. they end up with some of their troll friends. the movie is beautifully animated. the music is great where they both sing that song. it is a phenomenal film from an animation standpoint. i thought it was a little slow at times but overall, it is worth seeing. skip the 3-d. it is not worth
seeing. next up is taxol ridge -- hacksaw ridge.'s story is beyond words and incredible. he fought in world war ii in okinawa and saved 75 lives without firing a single weapon and he was a medic. on the front line with the armed forces. it was an incredible, true story. and the way they portray the war sequences is mind blowing. very similar to full metal jacket and the deer hunter and it turns into a war film. and the score is incredible. and this court, comes in. it is very operatic to watch. very violent, i am warning you. one of the most violent you will ever see in your entire life but a great story and i do
think people should see it. four out of five. >> i'm going to say no to the first two but that were film sounds good. dense fog and night here -- vince bond and i understand he does a very good job. >> when that happens in the estuary, we always get people tweeting us. >> it is shaping up to be a nice day. and we are still looking at your outdoor activities today. sunny skies. isn't that a gorgeous start. i love this time of year. we will have a clouds on the increased by tonight but between now and then, we're
mostly clear. starting out with bob over the north bay. it is still hanging over areas so take it easy. 43 degrees in santa rosa so in addition, there is a fog out there this morning. it's a cold start. oakland, 54. san jose, 51. so richly one for many of us. especially inland. giving you look at the numbers. generally liked. just a very light breeze. and a southerly breeze at 5 miles an hour. is beginning to your afternoon, it is the system that will bring us more cloud cover and eventually, we have a bit of wet weather that will work down into the bay area. down into the overnight hours and it is not going to be much so in a nutshell, the cooling will begin and we will shall -- shave off a few degrees. tomorrow morning, a chance of showers and we are left with a
mix of sun and clouds. the niners game should be in good shape. this morning, low clouds back of the coastline and that is the change. as we get into the afternoon, increasing clouds with rain to the north. as we get into the overnight hours, 2 o'clock in the morning, over the north bay, light showers are expected. as we get into the south bay, and central bay, it really begins to break apart by tomorrow morning. when they walk away with a few 100 of this. and you can see sunday afternoon is a dry one. temperatures for today, under partly cloudy to mostly clear skies away from the coastline. 65 in pacifica here 65 in san francisco. and never warmer locations, low 70s. 72 for livermore. 70 for napa. compared to the mid and upper 70s that we had yesterday. so we're going to call it off a little bit. here's a look at your extended forecast.
averages are cooler. and then, dry in the forecast for monday, tuesday and wednesday in addition to the temperatures rebounding to the low to mid 70s by tuesday and wednesday and we have been talking about it for the morning hours as well as over the last couple of days. don't forget to set your clocks back. all back early saturday night until tomorrow morning. >> you get to play a little bit more tonight.>> it is always a good reminder. the one of my of an. >> i have an alarm clock that recognizes heal daylight savings change. -- of an -- stove. i have an alarm clock that recognizes the old daylight savings change. look at this. is that pretty. it was posted by elizabeth.
the caption, fall rising off the water at sunrise -- fog rising off the water at sunrise. we would love to see your photos. just include the hashtag. you may have noticed that your mail carrier has been making deliveries a little bit later than usual. the explanation from the postal service on just how late some say they are getting their mail and we come back.
some people in the bay area said they have noticed that their mail is arriving later than usual and that includes berkeley councilwoman, susan when craft. she says her personal mail and neighbors sometimes arrives late at night or not at all. the postal service is well aware of the problem and what is causing it. >> we have a staffing issue in some of our offices and we have some we get routes and what that means is most routes have full-time carriers assigned to it. those that are bacon, of the carriers have to come in and give up the routes.>> even as late as 2 am. so, it is very annoying. >> the postal service is trying to hire several new carriers. also looking at new vehicles to handle the increased demand and delivery.
7:56. disney has the green light to fly drones at its theme parks here in california and florida. but the operators must have certificates. and they can be operated day or night for entertainment purposes. check out this parking lot of the shop. a large strip mall. and you can see, that is a mess. this is caused by a 48 inch water main break in yesterday afternoon. 75 people did have to be rescued. our sister station reported each sustained about $100,000 in damage. 6,000,000 gallons of water gushed from that main.
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good morning to you on this saturday morning. if you're thinking i've got to go into the city today from the east bay. go check it out. right now you've got clear skies. it's a beautiful sunset. great traffic. sit with us for a little bit longer. it is saturday november 5th. >> and good morning to you all. we've been following some developing news right out of the gates. this is in oakland where several
people were shot overnight. we had some numbers come in overnight. it looks like nine victims and multiple shooters. we're going to have the very latest information for you. it's also the final push before election day. both candidates are in the battle ground state of florida. >> they're stepping away. we're going to talk about the strategy over the weekend. we're going to talk about the strategy right here in california plus political analyst james taylor. plus now that halloween is behind us people are looking ahead because the holidays are right around the corner. >> if you're getting ready to book we've got editor greg saglyay in the next four hours to give us a few tips before you go. >> probably a good day to go plying today because it's kind of nice out there.
maybe a little rain overnight. >> i was going go point this out quickly when we have a boat coming by. it's pretty. can we see it. >> there it is. there we have it. >> thank you. what we do to show you the boat coming by in the estuary es wear . and how to -- partly cloudy skies. a little bit of fog. back up the coastline and we are looking at a little bit of dense fog over portions of the north bay. visibility in and around napa about a mile. and that darker shade of gray around american canyon. it's going to remain for the morning hours it sort of moves around. gets a little better. it's going to take a couple of
hours before it finally burns away. temperature-wise low 40s in santa rosa this morning. >> and 56 for san francisco. for the afternoon temperatures coming down just slightly. frank mentioned we do have a chance for some rain on the way. i'll have the detail on the rest of your weekend coming up in just a bit. and we begin with a developing story in the east bay. we are now hearing that nine people were shot early this morning outside of a nightclub in downtown oakland. now the numbers are still coming in. police are still trying to find the gubman. they do believe there were multiple shooters. this all happened just after midnight. police got calls of a shooting and frank ogawa plaza. some officers happened to be
nearby. they heard the gunfire. a multilevel entertainment facility. police right now still trying to determine the exact number of victims. >> we responded and located multiple victims. we transported the victims to various hospitals. some victims transported themselves and the investigation at this point is ongoing into what occurred. >> police say some of the victims are in stable condition. it does not appear that any of the injuries are life threatening. authorities told the bay area news group that the shooting stemmed from the nightclub and there may have been as many as three shooters. no reported arrests so far. oakland police. the felony assault investigator section now working on the case. >> two people under arrest. investigators say 21-year-old carla ramirez soko viano was
beaten and stabbed and her body was left. she failed to return home on wednesday night after dropping off a friend. police have arrested a man and a woman in the case. investigators believe the attack was over a personal matter and not related to the victim's work. >> that's what makes her unique. you know she wasn't outgoing or really loud. she really had a huge heart. >> carla attended loss pasit os college. she dreamt of working in law enforcement. u.s. sef. a university of san francisco student has been arrested. police started to investigate this man 20-year-old sam kerrfoot in september and he was
taken into custody. police say they found images. some involved children under the age of 3 years old. kerrfoot is being held on $850,000 bail. mr. kerrfoot was not enrolled in any academic course that is would have brought him in contact with children. further the university is confident that none of our it were used. several polls putting donald trump and hillary clinton neck and neck in that state. african american leaders are pushing people to get out and vote. the clinton campaign got a boost last night at a star
studded concert in cleveland, ohio. it was all part of the get out to vote concert. beyonce's husband also took to the stage before hillary spoke saying she wants to be the kind of president to break political barriers. >> i can't do that unless on tuesday we decide what kind of country we want to be. will we reject a dark and devicive vision for our future and embrace a hopeful, inclusive, unified america? ? >> meanwhile a nationwide effort is happening today. as for donald trump he wasn't looking for any celebrity endorsements. >> and by the way i didn't have
to bring jay-lo or jay-z the only way she gets anybody. i'm just here all by myself. i am here all by myself. just me. no guitar. no piano. no nothing. but you know what we do have and it's all of us. >> the republican candidate continues to make a final push in swing states like pennsylvania. according to multiple polls which is that is down to just 2% now. >> and here in california a new field poll giving hillary clinton a 20 point lead among likely voters over donald trump. but despite the results both candidates are viewed negatively by the california voters. 51% say they view clinton unfavorably. a record 19.4 million californians all registered to vote in tuesday's election.
and a legal battle is developing at the procedure in the polls. a restaining order against the republican party and donald trump's campaign. >> lawyers for the ohio democratic party says trump's call to gather could actually lead to imtim designation of voters. both campaigns are preparing for on election day. >> we're hoping that you support mr. trump on tuesday. >> just days and the political battle has taken a new front. from efforts to get out the vote to legal battles ensuring every vote is counted and valid. >> at the san mateo polling. there are 4,000 to watch the poll sites and call a trump hot line. >> we have attorneys standing by
to support the hot line. >> trump has asked volunteers to sign up on his website to be an election observer. but lawyers for democrats and the clinton campaign are filing lawsuits in multiple states. encouraging their supporters to intimidate voters at the polls. already there are court hearings in michigan, arizona, and nevada, new jersey. the legal battles will likely continue on election day as states deal with legal challenges. >> the state of north carolina the federal judge has ruled that the state's purging of voters without a lot of notice to them is unconstitutional. >> reporter: a former federal attorney says the justice department will have staff to investigate challenges on election day. to be a poll watcher there in the battle ground state. back in the trump office in
birlington mcdoog l says all the trump poll watchers are being trained. >> we're not going to be belligerent. if we see something that we think is an anomaly. >> ktvu fox 2 news. >> and stick with ktvu on our election night. our coverage begins at 4 in the afternoon. the polls in california stay open until 8:00. >> 0 our political analyst james taylor is going to join us live in the studio. >> and coming up at 8:30. grab your butter and those crackers. crab season has started for this season's dungeonous crab.
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>> enjoy the weekend everybody. >> it is so gorgeous out there this morning. time to look at how our day is shaping up. a nice one. >> it's november. let's kick it down stairs and bring in rosemary and get the weather word. we have a cool day. we have another pleasant day in store for your saturday. but changes are coming. here's a look at the golden gate bridge where it is a beautiful start. the sun comes up and people on the go. temperatures in the 60s to low 70s. with partly cloudy skies. we do have that valley fog in the north bay this morning if you are just joining us. all the way down there areas like pedaluma. also napa reporting some in a nutshell today. by late tonight. we're talking overnight really. a chance for evening showers and
it will roll through the bay area for sunday morning as well. i'll show you the future cast model on this. a mix of sun and clouds coming our way. here's a look at the system well to the north of us. getting some rain but for us maybe just enough to register and i'll show you that here as well. as we get into the afternoon perhaps maybe near the dinner hour you may notice an increase in clouds and continuing to move inland as we get into saturday night. saturday's going to be a dry day but again slightly cooler. clouds increasing. tomorrow morning we begin to notice it moves a little bit farther into the bay area. the earlier models had blue. and as we slide through the overnight hours and into tomorrow morning covered in cloud cover. we're looking good. we're looking dry for the
raider's game as well as the 9er's game. as we get into tonight, and tomorrow afternoon it looks like that's the way it's trending. temperatures right now a chilly start in the north bay. 43 degrees right now. the upper east bay 44 in livermore and around the bay. 54 in san francisco. 50 degrees in oakland and in the south bay of san jose you're looking at 53 degrees. 24-hour temperature change we'll show you just how much cooler we are this morning by 11 degrees. half moon bay between 5 and 9 degrees. into pedaluma. the inner east bay looking at 4 degrees cooler. a bit of a chilly start. 65 for pacifica. 65 san francisco. upper 60s to low 70s around the bay in our inland cities as
well. 71 for the south bay of san jose. your extended forecast continuing to drop off. we rebound quickly. monday, tuesday, into wednesday. morning fog. afternoon sun. low to mid 70s in the forecast. definitely some of the nicest weather we see all year long. don't forget to fall back into tonight and tomorrow morning. cal, washington tonight. maybe a jacket. >> maybe as the sun sets. >> you're never going to be sad if you brought the jacket. you might be sad if you don't. >> i agree. bay area living. >> right on. thank you rosemary. a federal appeals court a lawsuit was filed by james brown when he was released by a nevada psychiatric hospital and then given a bus ride to sacramento where he didn't know anyone.
yesterday's decision upheld the lower court decision dismissing that lawsuit. a police officer sergeant shot and killed in the line of duty. paul zolo was a 19-year veteran. he and another sergeant responded to the report of a home invasion in the bronx yesterday afternoon. police say when the suspect fled from the scene it turned into a chase and then a shootout. the suspect was killed. the other police sergeant was shot in the leg but is expected to survive. the home that gonzalez broke into was his e stranged ex-wife. as a form of political retaliation.
bridget kelly. a christy appointee were both found guilty by a federal jury of all counts against them. kelly and beroni were convicted of scheming to punish the democratic mayor of not endorsing christie. and a big talker involving that rolling stone magazine story about an alleged gang rape and a campus fraternity. a jury in virginia has claimed. the story claimed she discouraged the victim from coming forward but police never found any evidence that a rape even occurred. later in independent review found rolling stone made repeated miss stakes in reporting and editing the story. the magazine later retracted it. jury will return on monday to determine just how much rolling stone will have to pay. well you might be in the mood for two tickets to paradise the week of thanks giving.
allow her killer to go free. the fbi has been helping local authorities to search for the body of cynthia alonso. authorities went over the area for a second search yesterday. but they found nothing. the 48-year-old disappeared on thanksgiving in 2004. years later her then boyfriend eric moore was charged with second degree murder in the case. and although no body was found he was convicted on circumstance . >> we had mixed decisions about it. but at the end of the day we can't change the politics of it. we want to find out where my momma's at. >> if alonso's remains were
found. he's already been locked up for about a dozen years meaning he would be released. the deal is off. there is a major road closure happening late today in the east bay in san pablo both directions. from 11:00 tonight until 7:00 tomorrow morning. it's all part of an i-80 interchange reconstruction project. now the work postponed from last weekend due to all the rain. and now crews will have that around. officials say that once the change is completed it will provide safe roads for drivers as well as pedestrians and bicyclists. skiers waxing up their boards getting ready. now just one short week away. squaw valley. mountain rose both plan to open up on friday. and rain we've had heavenly and
north star resorts are firing up their snow making machines. they plan to open in just two weeks at south lake tahoe. resorts say they are looking forward to a normal season which would be great news. although last year wasn't so bad. >> we'll take normal. 8:26 a bay area surgeon arrested for selling drugs. the reason police are now looking into the death of his girlfriend. >> first get ready to express your inner geek. why thousands are flocking over to at&t park today but it's not for baseball.
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can't touch this day. look at that beautiful morning out there in the bay. gorgeous shot. it looks like traffic moving along just fine in and out of san francisco. welcome back to mornings on 2 on this first saturday of november. >> put your hands together because you know who's responsible for this forecast. >> should i take a bow. >> yeah. >> well i'm happy to report. of course i can't control mother nature as hard as i try. >> well you got lucky today. yes indeed. we have a chilly one out there. how about a look over the east bay where we're dealing with just again a little bit of valley fog. it's that time of year this morning. we are especially sick when it comes to dense fog and visibilityishes in portions of the north bay there's a look at
storm tracker 2. and visibility improving that dark shade of gray over the north bay is beginning to dwindle and shrink. but along highway 101 stretching down our communities right there in between going to be dealing with some dense fog and be aware that you may need a jacket. take a look a lot of 40s out there over areas of santa rosa, napa nevada. 46 in walnut creek. around the bay. a mild start. let's go into the inner east bay. a few more numbers here. 47 in antioke. still very pleasant. then that chance of rain moves into the overnight hours. i'm going to detail your weekend bay for you coming up. happening today hundreds of kids and families all over at at&t park to learn all about
science. >> yep there's going to be free exhibits, games and experiments at today's event at at&t park this morning. >> reporter: good morning guys the bay area science festival winding down today that means it's open to the public. everybody can come down here to at&t park and check out some awesome science experiments on their own. speaking of which science if you think science and you love science fiction the dlor -- dolorian. >> there is. i think this is the world's first and only drifting dolorian. >> so autonomous drifting. that's a lot. first off let's show off what's under the hood. >> that's not the case on this car, no. >> what are we looking at? this is a battery pack. >> that's right. this is a lithium eye onbattery
pack that runs the electric volt. >> and back here we are showing what was in the back. this is where the engine kind of gets its go. >> so there used to be a gas motor in there. we put in the electric drive train shift. two motor gearboxes. power inverters and battery packs. >> let's get you behind the wheel because i think what everybody wants to know about this is you're behind the wheel but that's not always the case. this car is capable of driving itself and you said it's able to drift. >> absolutely. yeah, so at the design lab we really try and make cars safer and one thing we focus on is trying handle extreme scenarios and so drifting is to demonstrate that. and vehicles can handle cars even in really difficult situations. >> and what do you want. so this is a science fair. what are you hoping that they goat out of this kind of
experience? this is an opportunity for them to see science and engineering in action. >> i think it's important to show people that science can be really cool and really fun while also being helpful to people and helpful to safety in general. >> all right. so i've been asking all morning long where is the flux capacitor. >> we do have a bunch of computers that make the car able to drive itself. so if you look back here we've got a bunch of wires and computer systems. >> impressive. does it time travel, though? that's the big question. >> you know, it's hard to say because we've never dare today bring it above 80 miles per hour for some reason. >> makes sense. keep it below 88. jonathan, thank you so much for giving us a tour. this is awesome. a lot of folks can come out and see the car. >> there might be too many people to have people jumping in and out of the car. but they're definitely welcome to look around and ask us questions and see the car. >> guys this is just one of the
exhibits out here at at&t park. a little bit later on we're going to be throwing paper airplanes showing you some of the physics behind that. we're going to be talking about all the science principles that kids can learn. i was out here last year and this is my wheel house. >> in your element. >> so this is -- i'm going to have a blast out here this morning and we're inviting everybody out. 10:00 until 4:00 today and the best part is it's all free. >> we weren't hearing us talk going where is the flux capacitor. >> we are going to get a little bit of rain tonight. so a little thunder and lightning. you may want to sleep in that car. you might end up somewhere else. >> i think jonathan might be a little tired of those jokes. rapid succession and i think each one was less funny than the last but he was a great sport. >> at least it dook some stanford students to figure it out. >> it's a lot of fun and this is just one of the things the kids
can see. there's all kinds of great scientific experiments. they're doing die sections. biology, engineering. physics everything. >> and i would imagine the kids have the great question. us in back to the future land. the parents are the problem. the kids are fine. >> where's michael j. fox. come on. thanks christian. well happening today dungeonous crab is back on that menu. recreational crab season off in the bay area. it's on the coast today kicking off. crab fishers. boats hit the water right at midnight to try to get the first catch of the season. now if today goes well guess what you can find crab on the table as soon as tonight. >> then we're out of here and we 0 go steam them and have 25, 30 family #34ebs over for crab tomorrow night. fresh crab feed tomorrow night. >> big swells are expected in
the pacific today. so all boats going out are advised to use caution. and we are finding out more about a south carolina man who is accused of chaining a woman in a storage container for weeks. we're talking about 45-year-old todd cullhep. 35 nicole brown went missing in august. deputies rescued brown thursday after a tip led them to the property. brown told investigators that she saw cullhep shoot and kill her boyfriend and yesterday a body was found on that same property in a shallow grave. deputies do not know yet if it's brown's boyfriend. >> we're not even close to identification. you know, i'm not going to talk about the state of the deceased person. >> deputies say cullhep is a convicted sex offender who was
found guilty of kidnapping and raping a 14-year-old girl in arizona in 1987. they are worried more bodies may be found on that property based on what brown told them. time now 8:37 an investigation continues this morning after a woman died yesterday while canoeing out on the russian river. around 12:30 in the afternoon. a 60-year-old woman was wearing a life jacket when her canoe accidentally tipped over. her two friends happened to make it to shore and called for help. about an hour later the woman was spotted under tree limbs by a helicopter. she was be brought to shore where she was later pronounced dead. a body was found wednesday in a shallow grave at sonoma state. who killed 18-year-old kirk kimberly and why. sonoma county sheriff's office rescue and search volunteers searching some 10 acres of a wooded area looking for evidence
there. kimberly last seen riding his bicycle on october the 17th. friends say kimberly enjoyed skateboarding and wiz well-liked by everybody who knew him. >> he was really nice and he was laid back and he was funny. he would always tell jokes in class, you know, he'd make you laugh when you were having a bad day. >> kimberly graduated from rancho county high school. investigators are refusing to disclose how he died. a surgeon from usf is in jail accuse offend selling narcotics to his patients. he's a vascular surgeon at the va medical center. police are also investigating the death of dr. owen's girlfriend. danielle fatio was found on tuesday dead in the home they shared. >> very friendly, calm, and just mild and thank you have a good
day. bye. normal. >> dr. owens has not been charged in her death. however, he was booked on 99 counts related to the sell of opioids. he is set to be arraigned on those charges next week. daylight savings time ends tomorrow. you've got to turn back your clocks an hour. we do get that extra hour of sleep but the adjustment can throw off your internal body clock because it's going to get darker in the evening. time change can actually lead to seasonal depression. >> that clock helps regulate when we feel sleepy. when we're more likely to eat when we're more likely to be less hungry and just like having to turn your clock back you also have to turn back that internal clock. >> even though it's tempting to sleep in tomorrow morning doctors say just get up like you normally do. have that normal schedule as
soon as possible. waking to sunlight can improve your mood and it can make it easier to get your day started. >> and it means you can play a little bit longer tonight. hey you may have noticed your mail carrier has been making deliveries a lot later than usual. coming up at 9:00 the explanation on just how late some of that mail has been delivered. >> and it's not too late to book that dream jaeks over thanksgiving. coming up next the deal that won't break the bank. and check out the look on the bay bridge toll plaza this morning. it's backing up. >> what's up with that? >> that's called no fasttrak. but it's a beautiful day to be stuck in a little bit of slow traffic. just enjoy the view. we'll keep an eye on traffic. make sure there's nothing major we need to keep you updated on.
weather. we do have just a bit of a cool-down coming our way for saturday. slight chance of scattered showers in the overnight hours. i'm going to break it all down for you coming up in just a bit. >> sounds good rosemary. thanksgiving less than three weeks away. that means turkey, plenty of pie if i have my way. it could also be the perfect time to plan that family get away while the children are out of school. so we need some advice. so to talk some booking deals we've got senior editor dave phagleay. >> we don't get to choose our location fairly. if you haven't booked your flight yet. >> a lot of our pitch is in hold. the only day you can get out there is that wednesday. you've got to come back that sunday when everybody else is
coming back. be prepared. you want to arrive extra early. you want to download your airlines app because a lot of times electrically you're getting gate changes before you're at the counter. the more connected you are the better. if you're flexible at just pushing your vacation or your flight or trip a day or two will thin out the crowds and will bring prices down. >> price is pretty locked in. >> for thanksgiving they're not going to go down. we're seeing almost day-to-day. if for the christmas end of the year season you still have another 7 to 10 days before we really start to see air fare prices go up. >> thanksgiving just sum it up and book it. >> it's just time to bite the bullet. >> if you don't have to go to a family event you're saying you can book a cool vacation if it's just your immediate family. >> sure. some of us are trying to avoid the memories of thanksgiving
last year. so internationally obviously a great option. south of the border and mexico we're seeing some value. i was in toronto earlier this week. canada the canadian dollar very weak against the destination. compare today saving just last year. >> anyone who doesn't celebrate thanksgiving. >> so internationally certainly is. also even a tropical destination like hawaii. the magic date for hawaii in prices before they go up is about december 20th. you'll see a spike during the thanksgiving week but really november into december it's a sort of bubble there where people are not traveling and even a popular destination like hawaii becomes very attractive. air fare prices will come down. certainly a couple days after thanksgiving. southern california. a lot of these beachy destinations very quiet. certainly thanksgiving and into the first several weeks. >> and christmas we just have a smidge of time to play around
with. >> yeah, you know, christmas and the end of the year and new years there are going to be destinations that are just going to soar in prices i was just looking at las vegas. caesar's palace. new year's eve, new year's day. january 2nd rates come down to 120 a night. so if you can extend your stay several days after new year's eve and you want to take that hit you'll see the rate drop 50%, 70% just by extending your vacation. >> twist my arm to extend your vacation. so you always have these cool tips as well. we always talk about that. there's some little tweaks to get a few extra perks. >> 0 a lot of us are traveling for the first time all year during the holiday season. i mentioned engaging your airline and hotel on social media. let them know you're on your way
on twitter. that's always a nice thing. this is a video in puerto vallarta. it's on sale now and right about until thanksgiving. they don't celebrate thanksgiving. so you're saying muchos gracias to them. >> also when you check into a hotel wait until about 5:30 or 6:00 p.m. at a hotel that's when they've gaged things like last minute cancellations. by checking in a little bit later then you have the rest of the world. >> should you ask when you go up there. >> yeah, i usually wait. i tend to travel towards the end of the day. 5:30, 6:00 p.m. on word. you ask. and you do it nicely enough
often times a complimentary upgrade. >> they don't want to give it ai with a. but once they don't need it they're happy to let you. >> exactly. >> sounds great. >> and then it's just. and the gifts don't wrap your gifts when you fly. wrap them on the other end. you don't want to unwrap them at security if something looks suspicious. >> all right. >> happy thanksgiving. >> thanks gabe. let's send it over to frank. >> i'll take it. let's take it down stairs now and find out about our weather and it looks like a go do it weekend and it's nice out there. it is going to be a beautiful weekend. so that's definitely a change and we're waking up this morning again with a little bit of fog in the valley. a live look there across the oakland estuary where it's tough to see beyond. and we're left with mostly sunny
skies for today. although we will have an increase of clouds coming our way. i'll explain more on that in just a moment. let's take a look at the here and now because the now is just the chilly one out there. 43 santa rosa. livermore 44 and san jose check engine at 50 degrees right now. our inner valley locations. a lot of 40s. so test the waters so to speak before you head out if you have an early morning drive. over portions of the north bay. we have a little bit of fog and it looks thick. here's a look at the storm that is going to be creeping into the bay area by tonight but again it doesn't look like a whole lot. highs cooling down just a little bit. we had mid to upper 70s thursday, friday. so you'll notice a little bit of a shift there and then for your sunday we could wake up with just a little bit of scattered
shower activity. again we're seeing it just inside the bay. as we get into the afternoon hours closer to the dinner time hour we do have an increase of clouds. these are the mid and high level clouds coming from the storm that is actuallily over the northwest corner of california. so in the overnight hours we will get a chance of scattered showers but again a few 1/100 maybe at best for the north bay. we're looking at tomorrow morning 8:00 and then by 3:00, 4:00 in the afternoon partly cloudy skies. dry weather in store for the raiders game. the 9er's game. a look at the afternoon highs for today under partly cloudy skies. 69 vallejo. into the south bay looking at 71 for san jose. your extended forecast in addition to the mix of sun and clouds for sunday. a cooler day but we quickly rebound as we get into the
business week. back into the low to mid 70s tuesday, wednesday, morning fog. afternoon sun. tonight into tomorrow remember the time change. daylight saving change as we fall back by an hour. back to you. >> all right. thanks so much rosemary. i won't have any problems switching my clock. time now 8:52 we do have an update for you on this top story of this shooting outside of a nightclub in downtown oakland. >> a total of six victims were wounded. two people have been arrested in connection to that overnight shooting. they also suffered gunshot wounds and are hospitalized and right now both are in stable condition. >> and that makes sense on the number that we had earlier of eight. that means six victims and two suspects. six victims four of them are women. two of them are men.
age. >> and the shooting just happened just after midnight. some officers who happened to be nearby actually heard the gunfire. they were able to get over there quickly. we'll have much more on the story coming up at the top of the next hour. stay with us because when we come back we're going to talk about ski season. it is starting up. the opening date for some ski resorts in tahoe. we'll have the details. >> bring it on and your next trip to disney could involve drones flying overhead. the plan the park has for using the high-tech device. >> and it's time now for pet of the day. >> there's frank. frank likes frank. >> and i like frank. >> that cat right there that you're looking at is about 6 years old. very socialable and wants to meet a new family. would be a great companion for those nights at home when you
just want to bing watch some tv. he came to the shelter as a stray. he had a head wound but that is healing well and if you'd like to meet him go do the contra costa animal shelter. >> and you can also visit our ktvu facebook page because frank needs a home. we'll be right back. ance, 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.
happening tonight it's your last chance to do the time warp again and it's all for a great cause. san jose stage company hosting its last two performances of the rocky horror picture show. it's a terrific addition. proceeds benefit the st. baldrick's foundation. tonight's show at 8:00 and the late one at 11:30. it's the finale. if you'd like tickets check out our website at kutv.com. disney has gotten the green
light to fly drones. the federal aviation issued a waiver to walt disney park. disney said asked for permission to fly the drones for entertainment purposes. coming up oakland police respond to a downtown shooting that injured at least a half a dozen victims overnight. how the victims are doing this morning and the two suspects in custody. >> and a body found burned in oakland park. >> and as we go to break we're going to take you outside on a sparkling sunny day. things are looking up on a saturday. mornings on 2 coming back at 9:00. we'll see you then.
>> yeah if you've got plans today it is a beautiful one. this is the last weekend. of course are you ready for election day and i bet the two candidates are too. well mr. clinton or mrs. clinton and mr. trump are in florida stomping away. >> and that's because it is an intense battle in those battle ground states. we're going to have more on the latest poll and this final push. and wile we still think that the bay area throws the best championship parades, chicago put together a pretty impressive celebration for the cubbies. >> i mean talk about humanity here. in fact numbers out this morning say the cubs parade was the seventh largest gathering of human kind in the history of the world. >> and look at the weather for them. it was just a perfect day out there. >> unbelievable. go cubs go. as they say. and we're going to be talking about the this year because take a look at this. we've got a live web cam. up in the air that's white snow
that's snow. >> look at that as we pan around. this looks like a perfect spring day. there has beens to be enough of that snow to get some of the ski resorts open in the next couple of weeks. so what kind of winter can you expect. looking pretty good. normal would be fantastic. we'll take normal since we haven't had normal in awhile. last year was pretty good but we've been talking about the snow falling everyone getting excited. >> right and we had a well above average october. november starting off on a dry note. >> a smidge. >> in the overnight hours. it will giving you a look here at the golden gate bridge as claudia mentioned just a spectacular day around the bay area. waking up with fog in the valley but all in all just very quiet enjoyable weather for your saturday. temperatures this morning a very
chilly start but beginning to rebound. santa rosa has now zung into the lower 70s. upper 40s in areas around livermore. around the bay not so bad. 57 in oakland. 55 in san francisco. 48 foster city and 45 degrees menlow park. hello palo alto at 46. you can see that darker shade of gray around highway 101. but we are looking at that to burn away over the next hour or so and leaving us partly cloudy mostly clear for today. away from the coast. temperatures in the mid 60s to low 70s just very pleasant weather. we will be cooler tomorrow and as we mentioned at the top we may have a few sprinkles of call. >> sounds good. okay rosemary. we begin with 9:00 hour with a developing story outside a
shooting in downtown oakland eight people were shot this morning. police receiving calls about a shooting near 14th street in franklin. close to city hall and franklin gala plaza. there were six victims in total and the two people have now been taken into custody. the suspects by the way are 17 and 21. they both suffered gunshot wounds are hospitalized and both in stable condition. as for the victims four female and two are male. their ages range from 17 to 28. one of them is in critical condition, the others are stable. >> there were victims that had moved to different locations so we located them as they ran from the scene. we have different locations where we located them. >> authorities say they will have further updates on monday morning. the bay area news group reported it stemmed from a dispute that happened inside the lounge club vinyl. well two people are under
arrest accused of killing a volunteer with the almeda county sheriff's office. was beaten and stabbed and her body was burned and then left in an oakland park. she failed to return home wednesday night after dropping off a friend. police have arrested a man and a woman for the killing. investigators believe the attack was over a personal matter and not related to the victim's work with the sheriff's office. a university of san francisco nursing student has been arrested on suspicion of possessing and distributing hundreds of child pornography images and video. he was taken into custody on thursday. investigators say they found more than 600 images of child pornography in his dorm room. some of which involve children under the age of 6 years old. kerrfoot is being hold on $850,000 bail. mr. kerrfoot was not involved in
any official university programs that would have brought him in contact with children. non of our it systems were used or compromised in this matter. notice your mail carrier may be delivering the mail a little bit later. ktvu's tom bakehart explains what's behind the delayed deliveries. >> we started receiving our mail between 10:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. at night. >> reporter: susan weingraf says her personal mail sometimes arrives late or not at all. >> they were getting their mail delivered even as late as 2:00 a.m. . >> checking the mailbox at a certain time is a ritual especially for those expecting checks or prescriptions. >> so when it doesn't come it's very annoying. >> bay area spokesman says it's well aware of the problems and its causes. >> we have a staffing issue in some of our offices and we have
some vacant routes. what that means is most routes have full-time carriers assigned to it. those that are vacant other carriers have to come in and diffey up the route. >> spo the other carriers have been working a lot of overtime while the postal service tries to hire many needed postal carriers. >> those are people that just deliver the mail. >> for a government agency once believed to be a dying dinosaur. >> it's an increase in overall mail and in popular the online shopping that's going ton right now. we're seeing double increase in parcels. >> that's because ups, fedex, use postal service to take parcels their last few miles. parcels that take more space and work to deliver. >> which is why we're currently looking at an $8 billion
investment in new vehicles to handle it. and until somebody figures out how to e-mail a sweater we're going to deliver it. >> reporter: and those growing pains they might continue for some time to come. on to politics now. we're less than 72 hours from election day. several polls putting donald trump and hillary clinton nearly neck and neck in that state. clinton is also keeping her eye on ohio where african american leaders are pushing people to go out and vote. some star power too. the clinton campaign got a big boost last night at a star stud concert in cleveland. by pop icon beyonce. all part of a get out and vote concert. beyonce's husband right there
media mogul jay z. >> i can't do that unless on tuesday we decide what kind of country we want to be. will we reject a dark and devisive vision for our future and embrace a hopeful, inclusive, unified america. >> meanwhile a nationwide effort is happening today where african american clergy are encouraging african american voters to vote. >> as for donald trump he wasn't looking for celebrity endorsement. he was out on the stump asking for your vote. >> and by the way i didn't have to bring jay-lo or jay z the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. i am here all by myself.
just me. no guitar. no piano no nothing. but you know what we do have and it's all of us. >> the republican presidential candidate continues to make final pushes in swing states like florida and pennsylvania just a week ago hillary clinton held a 6 point lead according to multiple polls that's now down to just 2%. >> bernie sanders said she has bad judgment. so if she's got bad instincts and she's got bad judgment, why are we putting her to run for president, right? >> trump added his bid for president is more than just a campaign but a chance to take the government back from wealthy donors and special interests. here in california a new field poll gives hillary clinton a 20 point lead among likely voters over donald trump. but despite the results both candidates are viewed negatively by voters. 51% said they view clinton unfavorably. 65% have an unfavorable view of
trump. a record 19.4 million californians are registered to vote in tuesday's election. all right. 9:09 on the clock. at&t park will be full of science lovers today. >> yeah, including one of our own the 6th annual discovery day kicks off this morning. and ktvu's kristin captain already there. we had a dolorian that was electric. what's up next kristin? >> now we're talking robots and not bad robots. these are good ro botds. these aren't like terminator robots. joining us here from richmond high school pro bottomics team and if you can tell us about apollo. >> well apollo shoots the little foam balls which we call blould er boulders and he takes the ball and he can either shoot up about right now he's turned down to
shoot about 10 feet or we can spit them out to hit your legs or something. >> all right. let's watch this. you guys are going to prime apollo to go. and meantime we're going to be talk about with ruben what we're learning here. what does this all involve? >> so the competition first started in early january. they give you a task of what your robot is supposed to be doing. once they give you that task they send you off with a bunch of restrictions you have to prototype the robot and a bunch of mechanisms like the intake. you're supposed to be able to computer design them. you're supposed to fabricate each and every piece. after you fabricate it all you piece them together and you program it. >> and is it a distance competition how efficient it works competition? >> so it's a competition between efficiency and team work because you're put into an alliance of
three robots and you're all supposed to work together to shoot the ball the fastest. getting over obstacles the quickest and defending from the other team. >> all right. ladies we'll prime it one more time for it to go. i'm going to get in there with jorge and try to grab it. all right. let's go. okay. so i guess the youth beats experience. jorge you did have somebody who helped you. two out of three. guys, this is a great example of what we're talking here at at&t park. this is open to the public today. best part is it's free for the family. if you want to get your kids, your family interested in science these teenagers from richmond high school built this amazing robot. this is not the first time. daysha who we talked with her
over there. we talked with her last year. 15 years old. so two years with the robotics program. i asked if she's going to be here next year she said yeah i think she's going to take my job next year. >> i was going to say i was a little disappointed. you're what 6'4", 6'3". >> i thought to myself am i really going to push a teenager out of the way to catch a ball. >> it's all good. >> i know. and really it's it's a team effort. that's why we wanted to be sure we showed the whole robotics team. and this again just one of the exhibits that's out here at at&t park. so again come on out. 10:00 until 4:00 it's all free today. >> good for them. that's awesome. >> thanks. all right. you want to get an extra hour of sleep. >> can i take it now or do i have to wait? >> you have to wait until
overnight hours. that's always when we sleep. this weekend we are turning back our clocks. coming up at 9:30 we're going to have a suggestion from doctors that will help you adjust. >> and you might know him from the hit movie jersey boys. the very tal enented erich bergen. >> and as we go to break let's take you outside for this gorgeous shot of the golden gate bridge this morning. it is getting a little busier. i think people coming out to enjoy their day on this saturday. traffic's still moving. stay with us. mornings on 2 we'll be right back. important step forward. the time is long overdue... pharmaceutical industry. passes - the ballot.
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♪ oh, pretty baby ♪ . >> wow i can just listen to you all morning. erich joining us on set this morning. you just flew in from new york. >> i did. got offset i think just a few mere hours ago. i kept my makeup on. >> ready to go. >> don't move anything. i have to be on tv in a few hours. >> talk about your show tonight. you're going to play saturday and sunday. >> there's going to be a show tonight. >> yeah, the word caberae always scares me. no, it's great. music has always been the driving force in my life. i mean, i've just always loved music of all kinds. i thought i was going to be an mtv star. for a white jewish kid it didn't work out that way. so i do these concerts and i go all over the country and las
vegas and l.a. tonight it's music from jersey boys of course but i do music by billy joel, barry manelow so some of my own stuff. it's just a fun night. great music and i've got an amazing band with me. >> so you don't let any moss grow under you. you were talking about being on set at one airport flying to the next. you sing, you play music. you act. >> i'm also a notary public on the weekend. >> yeah. >> exactly. >> i've got some issues here. >> what draws you? what do you love the most? >> i love um, being apart of things that people have a reaction to. so that people have a visceral reaction to if i'm going through an airport people stop and say i love your show. i've heard stories of, you know, my wife was very sick and this
was her favorite show or i was in the hospital or i was -- i was going through a rough period of time and i was listening to your music. i love things like that. i also love when people say i just love watching your show. so the concerts i kind of take the same approach to that where it's a night especially with what's going on in the world right now. it's 75 minutes of escaping. >> i've got a couple of questions. frankie valley is still with us. he's in his mid 80s. he performed in san francisco and he brought down the house. >> yeah. >> what's it like being part of the jersey boys with him kind of watching overhead and how was it being in the jersey boy movie with clint eastwood? >> well frank he's a legend. it's weird to consider myself to be apart of the legacy of those songs. there's a whole generation of people who know the music of frankie valley and the four
seasons from jersey boys not from frankee valley and to know that we're the people singing them as opposed to the original. that is a lot of pressure. but it's great. it's just great. because those songs are perfect for the lack of a better word. >> you reintroduce them to another generation. >> we have. absolutely. and the clint eastwood fill we got to do that as well. that movie changed my life. it's on tv all the time now on hbo they're playing it. so it was just a thrill. that really felt like going to what do you call it like kir eventual pretent tend camp. >> all i can tell you is that the jersey boys movie made hundreds and hundreds of million dollars less than american sniper. that is all i remember. >> so amazing and then san francisco the crowd tonight. >> yeah, we're doing a show tonight at 7:00 and tomorrow at 3:00 it's exactly 10 years this
month from when i opened the jersey boys tour here. so i thought it would be a good night to come back. >> so kind of a soft spot for this city. >> i love this city so much. >> we love it too. there's the information on your screen. tomorrow the show starts at 7:00. sunday it starts at 3:00. tickets start at $65. and erich we really appreciate you coming on the set. >> i feel like i can do the weather now. >> well we've got room. rosemary you should be worried. >> great to meet you erich. trying to scoot me. i see how it is. >> he's trying to take your job. >> all right. i could use a weather reporter. giving you a look outside our doors today. fog along the coast but we're going to see this break away to mostly sunny skies. temperatures coming down just a little bit. so in a nutshell a chilly start. with a bit of a cooler trend in store for your bay area weekend.
we do have the cooling that will begin a little bit later today. we do have the low clouds back along the coastline. as we get into tonight this stm that's going to bring us the cooler weather. doesn't look like a big deal. most of us look to remain dry. in fact the models are trending drier with each passing run. giving you a look at sunday. by the afternoon mix of sun and clouds. sunday will be a cooler day. the cooler trend is going to continue. here's a look at the system i'm talking about. it will sink into the bay area but it looks to really begin to fall apart as it does. here's the view of what's going on into the overnight hours. there it went. it's going to be a mostly cloudy evening and into tomorrow morning. we start out with cloudy skies. but again trending drier. showing us very little. i pick up just a little bit of moisture here over the pacific. that should really be about it.
i think we're going to be partly cloudy tomorrow with temperatures continuing to cool down. 56 degrees right now in san francisco. 52 in walnut creek. into the north bay temperatures are slowly climbing out of the 40s. into the south bay we're looking at 53 for you. temperatures cooler for most this morning. down by 3 degrees in oakland. into the south bay. and to the north bay the big change there down by 9 degrees in nevado. upper 60s in oakland, hayward. low 70s livermore antioke. our extended forecast temperatures beginning to cool. that chance for scattered showers rolling into the overnight. maybe wake up to a little bit of roadway. we fall back into tonight and tomorrow. change the clocks. monday, tuesday, wednesday we are dry with pleasant weather in
the forecast. back to you. >> looking good. thank you. all right time now 9:24. thousands of people have signed up to watch the polls on tuesday for donald trump. exactly what they'll be looking for on election day. >> and a record setting game for steph curry. what happened last night that hasn't occurred in nearly two seasons and it wasn't so swell for the dubs. stay right there.
well no time to panic. luke walton's lakers handled the dubs. well they handed them loss number two and shut the door on steph curry's three point straight too. golden state lost it by 20. lakers playing some pretty good d in this one and making it heard on the other end. kd coughs it up. they were down 15 after one.
larry nans jr. takes it to the skies. steph curry 0-10 on three balls. he finds clay on the assist there. over in l.a. 4th quarter a lot more of the same. clay stripped, l.a. off to the races. ball game. dubs lose it 117-97. they're 4-2. that's okay but they're still trying to find that right chemistry with all the new people on the team including mr. kd durant. >> we have faith there. the city of chicago hosted the championship parade just yesterday for the cubs. officials say 5 million people showed up chanting go cubs go. not going to sing it for you. here are some fun facts. it was considered one of the largest gatherings of people ever on the history of the earth. that's a big title. it was the largest group of
people ever for a non religious event and the biggest ever in the americas. here's a look at the three largest human gatherings. 33 million people gathered for a pilgrimage in india and a funeral in 1969 in india saw 15 million people. all right. so again this was 5 million that went to the cubs parade and if you are looking to stump someone at a work party this year ask them about the largest crowd ever for a concert that belongs to rod stewart. >> really? >> yes, in brazil back in 1994. 3.5 million people turned out to see him perform. >> apparently rod's big down there. san jose shark looking to get some revenge. of course a rematch of last season's stanley cup finale which the penguins won at the
tank last june. the two teams squared off last june. the sharks have only lost once this season at the tank. so perhaps some good luck tonight. san jose state played a pretty good game against boise state. stanford will host oregon state. that one on fox sports 1 that's at 12:30. cal an 18 point under dog hosting 5th ranked washington tonight. by the way cal undefeated at home. tough one tonight though. and then tomorrow the raiders host denver for the first time. prime timer that one is sunday night football. and the 9ers coming off a bye week tomorrow. coming up we're going to have more on a closure that will have all of the traffic diverted off of the highway.
mount diablo this morning. >> it's beautiful. >> very pretty this morning. it is going it be a gorgeous day out there according to miss rosemary orosco and sometimes i complain. >> isn't that the truth. >> let's find out from rosemary. >> you didn't have the heater on the way in this morning. >> did you see what i had in my car. a sweatshirt and a jacket on. >> i was like no it's fine. i'm good. a chilly start this morning but a nice afternoon in store coming down slightly for today and then yes, introducing a slight chance of scattered showers. a look there. there's fog this morning. all signs of a cool-down for your bay area weekend. for your day today temperatures we're going to shave off a few
degrees. increasing clouds by tonight and as we get into tonight i'm talking late tonight scattered showers may enter the north bay and swing across the bay as we get into sunday morning. when i come back i'll have a look at your temperatures at this hour and what you can expect for the second half and we'll talk more about that rain in just a bit. >> all right. thank you rosemary. today hundreds of children and families all at at&t park to learn all about science. >> that's right. that's going to be free exhibits. we've got ktvu's kristin cassman at at&t park this morning with a preview. it looks like you made your way inside. >> we've made our way inside and this reminds me a lot of my junior high school and high school career really. i spent a lot of time making paper airplanes. you got it. john collins world record holder for distance in terms of flying a plane. >> that's correct.
>> people might think that making a plane isn't the most accurate thing to do. >> so you can learn everything from wing loading to center of gravity. adjusting a plane. this plane circles because the center of gravity is a little too far to the rear as opposed to positive angle. >> you had another really cool one. let's show off the one that flaps as it goes. >> yeah, so this is kind of fun. >> all right. and i would be remissed if i didn't try to take on the world record holder. which i think guys this doesn't bode for well for me. because if he's able to do that i think the airplane that i'm going to build. what is this theory behind yours. you said there's an important distinction between this and old
world record. >> it had really tiny wings. so it's a real flying machine. you're going to actually make a plane in 30 seconds? >> i'm going to try. >> you keep talking. >> one of the fun things we're going to do here at discovery day at at&t park is have the least scientific presidential poll in the history of presidential polls. that was our goal to design the least scientific one and i think we've done it and we've just folding planes. we're folding planes with red, white, and blue paper but you don't have to pick a plane that corresponds with your political party and we're going to throw them through this target at 11:00 on the field. we're going to keep track of which planes go through the target and we feel that one color may do better than the other colors. but if we've done our job correctly scientific clooe this will be completely meaningless. >> i was going to say. 30 seconds i've built my old
stand by. this got me will you albany middle school and maybeck high school. against the world record holder. guys, i already have built in my excuse. i can always just say it just took me 30 seconds to build this plane. ready john. count of three. one, two, three. oh. >> i got you by a little bit there. >> ryan. >> keep showing. >> ryan red plane. >> yeah, exactly. so ryan you can see where mine wound up. i think it's fair to say. >> you didn't get two feet. >> so i get a mulligan on that. >> sure. >> the wind is coming right at us. just an easy launch. >> you just cleared that. >> almost cleared the wall. so the great thing is we're going to have -- you're going to be able to show kids how to make
these and again the great thing is you're really showing them about science and getting hands-on actual science. >> we're teaching the world record plane all day today. you'll be able to learn how to make the best paper airplane in the world and learn why it works. >> thanks so much. guys i've got to tell you i was hoping that my old stand by would work. >> you need a little more time. >> i will say that there was a cross breeze. and i think there was some vectoring. >> yeah, we'll call it vectoring. >> vectoring. >> uplift or a downdraft. i'm not sure. >> you might want to try for a couple of hours. >> there was a sound effect that the directors played for you kristin. i don't know if we have it. >> i've got to say it was a little embarrassing that they had that stocked and ready to go. somehow they had that ready to go when i was making my plane.
>> they are that good. all right. >> you my friend are not but we love you anyway. >> poor kristin. >> come on out. >> kids will love that. >> paper airplane is just one of the things you can do. >> is and you always believe you can do better. >> well i think we could actually. >> thanks kristin. looks like a lot of fun out there. let's talk about daylight savings time because it ends tomorrow at 2:00 a.m. before you go to bed unless you happen to be up at 2:00 a.m. turn your clocks back an hour and then if you're feeling a little sleep deprived get excited because you will get that hour of sleep. the adjustment can throw off a person's internal body clock. studies have shown that time change can lead to a seasonal depression. >> that clock helps regulate when we feel sleepily. when we're alert. when we're more likely to eat.
when we're more likely to be less hungry and just like having to turn your watch back having to turn the clock on the wall back you also have to turn back that internal clock. >> all right. so it is tempting to sleep in tomorrow morning and i think i'm going to go ahead and say go ahead. no. doctors suggest you get into your normal daily schedule as soon as possible. i have a feeling people might do that on monday. but they say waking up to sunlight can improve your mood. it can also make it easier to get your day started. turning now to some trending news. a student from sfu. dr. christopher owens he is a vascular surgeon at the va medical center. police are also investigating the death of dr. owens' girlfriend. a neighbor said he was shocked to learn of her death.
>> very friendly, calm, and just mild and you know, thank you have a good day bye. normal. >> dr. owens has not been charged in her death however he has been booked on 99 counts related to the sale of opioids. and there is a major road closure happening late today in the east bay. here's the map in san pablo avenue. all shut down from 11:00 tonight until 7:00 tomorrow morning. all part of an i-80 interchange reconstruction project. the work was postponed from last weekend due to the bad weather and now crews will have that extra hour because of daylight savings time tonight. officials say once the interchange has been completed it will provide safe roads for drivers and bicyclists as well. california has met a legal deadline to change how condemned
inmates are executed. corrections officials have proposed using a single lethal drug and yesterday they submitted the proposed regulations for final aprofl. right now there are about 750 inmates on death row. the city of berkley has cleared out a tent city that has protest the way the city provides the homeless. the encampment was in front of the berkley food and housing project. that's also known as the hub. well disney is deploying a fleet of drones to fly over the park. we're going to explain what that fleet is being used for coming up at 9:55.
when most of us make a mistake, officewe own up to it.anks. but not madison nguyen. her vote to slash the san jose police budget was disatrous. one hundred officers were laid off. crime spiked twenty-seven percent. and when nguyen was warned her that cuts left police short-handed, she passed the buck. blamed the police for "spinning information out of control." mrs. nguyen, it's crime that's out of control. blaming others. risking our safety. madison nguyen is the wrong choice for assembly.
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good morning bay area. another spectacular day around the bay area. low clouds at the coast. we have a pleasant one in store. chill in the air. temperatures for the afternoon offully mild. you're -- awfully mild. you're looking at the bay. locations where we actually had visibility issues early on. but that has since cleared. at least in most spots you may find a little bit of a fog issue. so be prepared for that. today's going to be a mild day as we get into tomorrow. we wake up with a possibility of a few scattered showers. i think maybe a little bit drizzle. maybe a few sprinkles but probably not even enough to accumulate in most areas. here's a look at storm tracker two and here's a look at storm. we'll see the increase in clouds later today.
picking up for you into the afternoon where you can see the rain is still well to the north. by about dinner time we have partly cloudy skies across the bay area. rolling into the overnight hours. early on we had quite a bit of blew over the north bay. we are looking at mostly cloudy conditions. a little bit here off the coast. leaving in the possibility of a light drizzle and that should really be about it. here's tomorrow morning. maybe a little bit of drizzle but we're dry for the rest of the day. we're dry for the 9er's game and temperatures remain on the cool to mild side. here's a look at the numbers right now. 47 degrees in santa rosa. around the bay oakland now at 65 degrees. our inland valley locations started out in the low to mid 40s. so we are beginning to rebound there. areas right around nevado 9 degrees cooler yesterday at
this time. so a notable drop for many of us this morning. afternoon highs not as warm as yesterday. still very nice. 65 pacifica. upper 60s in hayward. 70 degrees into the north bay for rosa and our south bay locations. the extended forecast here temperatures continuing to cool off. monday, tuesday, wednesdays morning fog, afternoon sun. temperatures very pleasant. stefts expected. a couple of things tonight into tomorrow. perhaps a few spring lz and don't forget to set back clocks. we shift back an hour. back to you. >> i'm going to wake up and come in here at 4:00. >> you'll be mad at yourself. don't do that. >> i know. thank you rosemary. fresh fruit and vegetables just a few steps away from your door. all you've got to do is go to your farmer's market. >> where you can find ktvu's steve paulson this morning.
good morning. what a beautiful day out there. >> good morning. frank claw dean it's a pleasure. tell rosemary to update that forecast to sunny and warm. our produce expert and we're going to talk about a holiday coming up in a couple of weeks. >> let's be thankful you're here. today we're going to talk about squash and not just the usual acorn squash. we had six of these when we started here about a half hour ago. now there's one left. >> the most generic probably winter squash that there is. the only thing it only has about a three week shell life. most of the squashes will last two to three months. it's called an acorn swaush because it looks like an acorn. >> what's next here. let's go to the butternut. >> everybody sees this one. butternut squash. the unusual thing about the butternut squash is that it is a
fruit. you prepare it just like a vegetable. you can roast it and saute it. >> now one of my favorites. the spaghetti. >> spaghetti squash. yes, as many of you probably know you can use this almost as a sub for cashes. after you bake it you can slice it in half. bake it face down. salt, pepper a little bit of oil. after you get through cooking it you can scrape it out with a fork and it will turn to spaghetti and you can put it on your plate and serve it as a side dish. >> these are one of my favorites. >> this is dellacado because the skin is very delicate. can you slice this with a paring knife. we've sliced one in half. so all you have to do is scrape the seeds out and by the way you
can toast the seeds. they're terrific. >> and they almost disappeared and they came back. >> actually in the 1970s they disappeared totally because they were susceptible to mildew. however they came up with a new hybrid type product and they're plentiful since about the year 2005. >> one more here. this is what? >> this is called a caboocha squash. it's also called a japanese pumpkin. >> allegedly it's known as an afrodesiak. it's a great product. you can actually eat the skin. you can slice them thin. layer them on a baking pan with oil and salt and paper and they're just like candy. when they're done. they taste like chess nut. that texture is there and it's terrific. plus the other thing about all of these you can use these as
ornamentation for your thanksgiving table. >> that's it from the dansville farmer market. speaking of the farmer's market we're about done for everything in california now. >> these are all of our essential valley garcia farms here. they're still producing products but you're winding down as the days get shorter it's going to be moving south. >> my pick is the spaghetti. >> i like the caboocha. >> why don't you cook us both steve and then we'll decide. >> claudine says cook us some. >> thanks steve. well disney has gotten the green light to fly drones and theme parks in california and florida. >> the federal aviation administration issued a four year waiver to walt disney parks allowing those drones to fly. the resort operators must have
remote pilot certificates. >> disney says it's asked for permission to fly the drones over the parks which can be operated day or night for entertainment purposes. >> all right. our weather interestingly good. >> yeah. another beautiful day. >> it's a great day. >> love this time of year. and i was just saying to somebody else we know these dates are numbered, right? >> eventually we're going to get into some really cold wintertime frames. >> all the storms start marching in. >> yeah, so we love these days and we are looking at another nice one. not as warm as yesterday. still very pleasant. you can see we are looking across the bay. a little bit of fog this morning. valley fog to start the day over the north bay and low clouds and fog right up the coastline. the cool down will begin into the afternoon and as we've been toug about this morning even a slight chance of scattered showers into the evening hours. if we can switch over to weather one i want to show you the
extended forecast and then we're bouncing back monday, tuesday, wednesday. so october unseasonably wet when it came to the rainfall amounts. >> and a little snow up in this area. >> yeah. opening up next friday. >> looking good. >> that's good. kind of amazing. kind of better get ready for that. >> thanksgiving's one or two weeks away. >> all right. well don't forget to turn back those clocks tonight. we'll see you here tomorrow morning throughout the day. we'll also be following our top stories. there was a shooting in oakland. of course we have big election coverage for all weekend long for you. oregon state and stanford. cal's got a big game against number 5 at washington at 7:30 tonight. we're going to be back here bright and early although an hour later tomorrow. >> witness box wbs we're there
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