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there. >> did you guys coordinate. >> i'm following his lead. >> we're twins. >> after this, we go to prom. >> i like the glasses. good look, gasia. >> thank you. >> it is a cold one. tomorrow morning will be colder. certainly in wind protect could areas. we have been above average for the testimonies for a -- temperatures for a long time. not now, not for a while. we will transition. it will be a nice day but noticeably cooler. jim says a chilly 34.5 up here on cob mountain. that's a big change from the 70s last week. i'll say. i would not be surprised with a couple upper 20s up in mendocino county. a couple of isolated showers in sonoma county, lake county, mendocino county. 36 in santa rosa. napa airport at 39 degrees. there's the cool air on the peninsula. woodside will be 42 this
morning. stanford, 48. 49 in belmont now. very cold showery pattern up north. a little bit of that makes it into the forecast area. overall a mostly sunny day. windy at times. showers up north. cooler for all and it will be very cold tonight. 60s on the temperatures. sal, cool and breezy. >> thank you, steve. >> you're welcome. >> we're looking at a busy commute. it is getting busier. some commutes have not reached their peaks. a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see it is backed up here to a 25-minute delay before you make it on to the bridge. very clear weather. the weather is not an issue visibility wise. we will talk about the other commutes. let's go to the maps. 880 southbound from 238 down into fremont, mostly slow. san mateo bridge moderate. 101 an earlier crash that is gone. not a huge delay. interstate 280 in the south
bay. you can see slow traffic as you drive there up to highway 17 on 280, 85 and 101 traffic has been building up to the west valley. at 7:02, back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. breaking news from northern florida. two people with minor injuries after trains collided down there. it is an incredible scene. look at the pictures. the trains slammed into one another earlier this morning. at least 20 railcars overturned, jumped the tracks. the crash and derailment caused a spill of 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel. at least two minor injuries of employees have been reported. one of the trains was carrying coal. at this point it is too early to know why the trains crashed. look at the scene. this is down in citrus, florida. it is all under investigation. we will bring you more details as we get them in. prosecutors have filed murder charges against a san
jose woman accused in a triple homicide in oakland. the woman will be in court today. paul chambers has details. >> dana rivers of san jose will make her first court appearance today for the triple murder. she is charging in the shooting and stabbing deaths of the three in oakland. patricia wright, her partner, charlotte reed and their 19- year-old son. when officers arrived, they found the young man suffering from stab wounds as first responders were providing aid to the male victim, officers heard a bang coming from the garage and rivers came out covered in blood. first aid was provided but all three victims were pronounced dead on the scene. police found ammunition, knives and brass knuckles on rivers who is accused of killing all three and setting the home on fire. it may have involved a dispute
over property according to the east bay times. rivers was a former school teacher at a sacramento suburb. tad, rivers was a man and underwent surgery. we found out that one of the victim was a teacher in oakland school district. we will reach out to them to get a statement about the killing. >> thank you, paul. we are following breaking news on the peninsula where a man tried to break into a home. it was first reported 4:30 this morning near saint charles court next to montclair elementary school. two men tried to break into a home in the area. when police responded they tased and captured one man. the other took off. police searched the neighborhood for about two hours. they did not find the man. no suspect description has been released. if you have information about what happened, you are urged to call police. our time is 7:04. donald trump is defending his efforts to build his incoming
administration. there have been reports there's turmoil within his team. doug luzader has more from washington. >> reporter: we're waiting for more announcements to come from the trump team. the president-elect sent the press contingent for a loop when he went out for dinner and didn't tell them. donald trump and his motorcade heading out to dinner last night in new york. he would later tweet, very organized process taking place as i decide on cabinet and many other positions. i am the only one who knows who the finalists are. but there has been tension. michigan congressman mike rogers who had helped to coordinate national security issues is now out. so is ben carson, who had been considered a top candidate for secretary of education or health and human services. he wants to work outside of government he says. the minute you have a grasp on the names under consideration for top jobs, there's a curve ball. ted cruz spotted yesterday leaving trump tower. could he be under consideration
for attorney general? and another unconventional turn, some of those under consideration are openly talking about it. >> i would be very honored to serve. >> reporter: it used to be if you wanted a top administration job, you stayed quiet. >> as we know with trump, it is a different process. sometimes people communicate to him through television. so for some of these people it might not be a bad idea to be out there. >> reporter: then there's congress. what a difference a week makes. paul ryan was reelected by his fellow republicans running unopposed. there was speculation that he would have to fight for the job. across the aisle, nancy pelosi ran into problem for her bid to stay on as minority leader and had to push back the election. >> there's some people who say you got beat badly there. >> that speaks to the presidential race more than our race. >> reporter: it doesn't mean that nancy pelosi won't be reelected. but there are democrats who think the party needs to move a different direction to do more
to reach out to disaffected blue collar voters. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. the obama administration is preparing for the transition out of the white house. about 500 white house staffers will have to find a new job. president obama brought in representatives from facebook, instagram and other companies. linkedin is giving staffers on tips how to market themselves. georgetown university is offering a professional development course specifically for white house staffers. happening now, president obama is heading to germany after wrapping up his two-day visit to greece. he had a private tour this morning. the public was kept away for security reasons after anti- u.s. demonstrations. he delivered a speech to the people of greece. he did not mention president- elect donald trump by name. he tried to reassure greece
that u.s. will support the nato alliance which includes greece. >> i'm confident that just as america's commitment to the trans-atlantic alliance has endured for 7 decades, that commitment will continue. including our pledge and our treaty obligation to defend every ally. >> the white house tweeted this morning, quote, the next american president and i could not be more different but american democracy is bigger than any one person. my administration will do everything that we can to support the smoothest transition possible because that's how democracy has to work. >> gasia, today marks one day since we woke up to the results of the presidential election. over the past 7 days, he has appointed top advisors and scaled back on some of his campaign promises. but we have also seen people all over the country protesting his win. >> our question to you this morning is, how are you feeling today compared to how you felt last wednesday? let us know what you think.
post a comment to our ktvu facebook page and tweet us with the hashtag #ktvu. the time is 7:09. concerns about hate crimes after the election of donald trump. in 20 minutes, the recent attack on a nanny at a popular san francisco park. also, allegations of a cover-up. up next, the latest accusations against san francisco and the developers of the sinking millennium tower. still looking at a lot of slow traffic. some of these commutes are filling in even more. westbound 24 is looking slow here in lafayette and also slow in orinda. mostly sunny today. but a noticeably cooler and breezy pattern. it will be nice for a couple days. but the lows will be cold.
sinking millennium tower building are taking action against the city of san francisco and the authority. according to a report in the san francisco business times, the homeowners filed a civil claim alleging that publish officials and the developer conspired to block reports of the building sinking and tilting. the lawsuit says they have all known about the sinking since 2008 but did not tell the buyers. the city and the trans-bay joint powers authority now have 45 days to respond to that claim. the santa clara city council has given the 49ers another week to provide financial information on levi's stadium operations. last night the council voted to postpone a 30-day warning letter. they have given the team until november 22nd to provide financial documents or they will be considered in breach of contract. a city audit turns up signs that the team is using city general fund money improperly for stadium operations. lisa gillmor threatened to
remove them as stadium managers. the team dispute the findings and say they have fully cooperated with the council. contrary to the mayor's recent statements to the press, she has no right to terminate the 49ers as managers of levi's stadium. you are unsufficiented threat has unnecessarily created a fear of job loss in the many employees who work so hard to make the stadium so successful. two propositions from the election are still not decided because results are close and the ballots still have to be counted. problem 66 which would speed up the death penalty in california by limiting appeals is leading by less than 200,000 votes. and prop 53 is right now losing by 250,000 votes. it would require voter approval for state projects costing more than $2 billion like the proposed twin tunnels under the sacramento-san joaquin delta. it's been three years since
san francisco was transformed into gotham city to fulfill a little boy's wish. he was just three years old. the picture on the right, he is a big boy. miles is now eight. that picture taken just this year. back in november of 2013, miles lived out his dream to be bat kid for a day. miles had leukemia and he wanted to be a superhero. miles got to rescue and arrested bank robbers and freed mascots. he is now thriving, playing little league and he is a super big brother because the family recently welcomed a third son. >> what a great story. >> that was a magical day i think for all of us. >> everybody remembers that. way to go. 7:14. sal, you remember. you were talking about it. >> i do remember very much. almost like it was yesterday. it is so shocking how quickly that time has gone by. >> yes. >> good morning, everyone. let's take a look at the
macarthur maze. right now traffic is going to be busy there as you come around the corner and get to the bay bridge toll plaza. it is backed up for about 25, 30 minutes. before you make it on to the span. clear weather though. fog is not an issue for the commute. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza from another angle. and you can see how crowded it is. unless you're using the carpool lanes. also want to mention the san jose and the south bay commute, 101 is pretty much solid all the way up to highway 237. 280 and 85 are slightly better but not much. no major issues on 880 heading south into the south bay. we have a lot of slow traffic on 880 from hayward to fremont. now at 7:15, let's bring steve in. >> you are correct, sir. clear skies. mostly clear. no issue of fog or anything. too much of a breeze. yesterday's system came by with a lot of cloud cover and a little bit of rape. it is mainly the cool air that
is the bigger story. some of the rainfall. cloverdale .06. there were a bunch of .04s and .05s. the system is flying out of the picture. just cloud cover. the colder air going over the warmer water. not something that we have said in a long time. there could be a few isolated showers. i don't think it will amount to anything. yesterday, 60s to one 71. that was san jose. i think these temperatures are here to stay for a little bit. that's about it. the bulk of that is staying northward. you can see it swinging in there. that is an issue for humboldt county and maybe up to shasta. a little bit of snow. we'll take it. mt. hood has snow. i saw that on twitter. some areas getting snow to the north. decent breeze out of the
west/northwest. the bigger news is the temps. now, this cold air will settle in throughout the day. tonight, i think we will get 30s down in the santa cruz mountains. 39 petaluma. kelseyville at 35. that is pretty cool. i expect even cooler tomorrow in wind protected areas. 30 up in truckee. 30s up there as well. you can see cold speckled cloud. that is cold air moving in. that will keep most of it to the north. we will see temperatures struggling today for some. cooler and breezy. a few showers north. it will be cooler for all on the high side. and tonight, tonight is going to be very cold. at least for us. very spooky cold. 60s on the temps. i think you will say i feel that. it will be nice thursday and friday. it looks like rain arrives saturday and goes into the weekend. >> i think we all have plan he
will pajamas we should not feel bad about pulling out tonight. >> i would. >> 7:18 is the time. seven months after jared goth was the number one pick, he will make his regular season debut for the los angeles rams. coach jeff fisher officially announced that he will start sunday against the miami dolphins. 22 years old, a bay area native. the rams did win last week but they have only scored twice in their last three games. protests at uc berkeley over a professor accused by the university of sexually harassing a student. next, the concerns over student safety and what school leaders are doing. tickets for rock bottom prices. united slashing prices. but there is a cash. -- a catch.
>> police in san francisco are looking for three men who broke into an apartment and stole $100,000 worth of items. you're watching surveillance tape of the crime in progress. it happened on october 17th in a building on channel street in a mission bay neighborhood. the video comes from the homeowner's surveillance camera. investigators say the thief took electronics, jewelry and a number of high-end watches. anyone with information is asked to call san francisco police. the time is 7:21. the oklahoma city airport is operating normally this morning after a man was shot and killed
outside. 52-year-old michael winchester worked for southwest airlines. he was shot and killed yesterday morning as he walked between the terminal and the employee parking area. the suspect was later found dead in a truck parked nearby. winchester was the father of james winchester, the long snapper for the kansas city chiefs. investigators say this was a premeditated attack but they don't know a motive yet. a funeral was held yesterday for the alameda explorer who was killed. her body was found in oakland in a park earlier this month. [bagpipes] >> karla ramirez-segoviana dreamed of becoming a sheriff's deputy. fer fellow explorers lined the streets. a man and a woman stabbed karla and set her on fire in an east oakland park. both suspects are charged with
murder and are in jail. >> it's really amazing to see the amount of support she had because of the life she lived. at no time should mother or father and their family have to go attend the funeral services for their 21-year-old daughter. >> the sheriff says yesterday on the same day she was laid to red, karla ramirez-segoviana was supposed to be interviewed fora paid job as a sheriff's cadet. the european union revealed plans for a new system of security checks. it will affect people from 60 countries that do not require visas to enter europe. they will have to fill out a form online and pay $6 before they are allowed into the countries. the system would cross check travelers against databases. the form will be valid for any trips during a five-year period. united airlines is rolling out a basic economy fare next
year. the latest large airline to introduce rock bottom fares. the cheapest fair on united means that you will have to pay extra for a number of things, including the use of an overhead bin. delta airlines already offers basic economy fares in some cities. american has plans for a similar program. a disagreement over police reforms in san francisco. next, the specific part of a use of force policy the police union is refusing to accept. plus -- the uc regents are talking about tuition hikes. just how much students would have to pay under the proposal. that is coming up. good morning. right now we're seeing that traffic will be okay on the san mateo bridge. great visibility. cool air has arrived. it will be a nice day. temperatures cooling off to where we have had most of this month. we will talk about that and
>> this is stevie wonder. we could listen to the whole album. bay bridge looking great. there is a breeze out. i talked about the pajamas. >> yeah. >> this is the night to use them. don't feel bad about using them. steve paulson will be talking about a big temperature drop. we will see him in a minute. we will help you get out the door traffic wise this wednesday morning, november 16th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and i'm dave clark. let's go to steve paulson right now. it is nippy out there. >> yeah. it will be cool. very cold tonight. tomorrow. we have been way above average on the temperatures in november. it will be a nice day but in the 60s here. eric is down in gilroy. mix of sun and clouds. thank you for that. tomorrow morning, i would think that gilroy will be very cold. cottages at point rey, very cool. .02 on the rain yesterday.
the rain was about .12 that's it. a few clouds in the mix. scattered shower or two to the north. parallel to the coast, some of that colder air moving over the relatively warmer water. i think a lot of this is -- there's too much dry air coming in. a stray shower could kick in. 40s, 50s and oh, yeah a couple 30s. santa rosa and napa in there. danville was 39. but a breeze has kicked up. blackhawk is 42. livermore 41. concord 42. lafayette, 43. that cool air has to filter in most of the day. visibility good. mostly sunny. it will be cold tonight. 60s on the temperatures coast, bay and inland. everyone close today. sal, 7:29. what's on your screen, sir? >> we're getting -- my screen is a lot of slow traffic. >> okay. >> we're getting reports that some protesters may be out on
city streets in san francisco. i heard a report about it embarcadero near harrison. we're just trying to verify. i got that on social media. we're trying to figure out -- we haven't seen them ourselves. there's no reason to believe that people who are tweeting about it are not telling the truth. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza as you head out to the macarthur maze. traffic will be backed up. this is a very big backup. 80 is backed up from hercules down to the toll plaza. 580 backed up all the way -- near the oakland zoo. all the way up to the basketball basketball delay. i want to look at 880 northbound. there are some people reporting on the 66 avenue overcrossing to the freeway. just holding signs. that kind of thing. i don't see anything there. but i see slow traffic driving through the area. i also see slow traffic going 880 to 238. that is typical. a lot of slow traffic in the south bay on all of the approaches to that west valley.
7:30. let's go back to the desk. >> disappointment and finger pointing about proposed reforms for the san francisco police department. alex savidge is live with the dispute between the supervisors and the police union. >> reporter: gasia, good morning to you. this disagreement centers on a proposed use of force policy that would put new restrictions on officers involved in a potentially dangerous encounter. there are some supervisors here at city hall who say the police union is refusing to budge on this particular issue. and that is holding up ongoing negotiations. last night, the police commission held a joint meeting with supervisors to reaffirm the city's commitment to finishing reforms that were recommended by the u.s. justice department last month. you will remember that mayor ed lee had asked for a federal review of sfpd policies and practices in response to several controversial police shootings, including the
killing of mario woods. the feds offered recommendations but the main point of contention is the use of force policy. the union takes issue with the proposal barring officers from shooting at moving cars. now, i talked about this issue a short time ago over the phone with tony rivera, a retired san francisco police chief and usf producer. >> there are several scenarios that you can look at regarding moving vehicles where it's hard to just say under no circumstances can you use your gun. there are situations where an officer's life could be very much endangered by a moving vehicle. >> reporter: the san francisco chronicle reports supervisor aaron teskan is concerned about delays in the negotiations and implementing reforms because he says the police union has filed a grievance over the proposed use of force policy. the ongoing negotiations
obviously make it even that more dealt. they're taking place without a permanent police chief. the interim chief is running the department right now until the mayor makes a selection on who he wants to be the permanent chief in san francisco. we are reaching out this morning to the association for a comment on the ongoing negotiations. still waiting to hear back from them. >> thank you, alex. students at the university of california and the cal state university schools may soon be paying more for classes. yesterday trustees at cal state debated a possible tuition hike. and uc registerrents will debate it later this morning -- regents will debate it later this morning. >> reporter: students may have to pay more than $300 a year. that would go into effect for
the 2017-2018 school year. the uc system and the cal state system are both looking for ways to increase revenue. uc spokesperson says the gap between what the uc system gets from the state and what they need to operate is widening. despite the fact that many of the money cut during the recession has been restored. the spokesperson says it's not enough to cover their costs per student. uc regents say if the tuitions increased, it would be the first time in six years. financial aid would cover the cost for most students. many of them are already struggling to make ends meet while going to school like housing and food and a tuition hike would cause them a financial hardship. they discussed the possibility of a tuition increase at that system yesterday. and csu long beach, i don't know if we have the video, but students protested the idea of
tuition hikes. they dressed up as zombies and called themselves members of the walking debt. the decision won't happen until january at the earliest. many people will be following the issue closely, listening to what is discussed at this two- day uc regents meeting. it starts at 9:00 over at ucsf. we will be heading over there next. >> thank you, allie rasmus. students and alumni at uc berkeley are offering support to a grad student who says she was sexually harassed for years a by prominent professor. now, the protesters rallied yesterday add the school in support of eva fisher. she says she endured years of discomfort and abuse from 61- year-old architecture professor al sayed. >> what i experienced was four years of constant manipulation and abuse of power when i was
extremely vulnerable who needed his approval to move forward with my education plans. >> her claims were confirmed that he touched her inappropriately and suggested going to las vegas together. the professor denies the charges. the university tells ktvu uc officials talked about student safety yesterday and plan to say what they will do about it in the coming days. new this morning, democrats in the senate will have a new leader when the new congress convenes in january. democrats elected new york senator chuck schumer to take over from harry reid who is retiring. republicans reelected mitch mcconnell for the majority leader. he distanced himself from donald trump during the campaign but is now ready to work with the president-elect. here at home, there is concern in san francisco over the attack of a nanny who is at
latina. federal park police say the attack of the nanny happened monday morning at fort mason. it is a possible hate crime. the nanny was taking care of two children when a man grabbed her and shoved her and said in spanish no latinos here. the man was arrested who matched the suspect description. in the castro district, castro community on patrol held a training session last night for new recruits. some were inspired to take action after the election last week. >> i immediately had this sense that our community was going to be put at threat from that with a different rhetoric that had been going on during the campaign. >> one of the chants was whose streets, our streets. that meant a lot to me. we want to make sure that our space is protected after donald trump's presidency. >> the castro community on
patrol plans to hold more training sessions as well. the time turning 7:38, donald trump's election is causing uncertainty for young undocumented immigrants who work and live in the u.s. four years ago, president obama signed the executive action for doca. it allows certain undocumented immigrant who's came to the u.s. before the age of 16 and before 2007 to work or go to school here. diana wong was a recipient, born in mexico to chinese immigrant parents. she now works at a san francisco nonprofit that helps immigrant and low income families manage their money. >> i came to the u.s. when i was five. and i applied for the program when it first came out in 2012. being able to work, get that social security number, it was amazing. >> the 750,000 people have applied for the program. president obama has advised donald trump to think long and
hard before repelling this immigration program. the time is 7:38. the steinly murder trial has been pushed back to january. she was killed on the pier while with her father. sanchez was arrested, an undocumented immigrant. he used a stolen law enforcement gun. the trial was set for early next month but lawyers on both sides agreed to move it to february 17th because of their busy schedules. san jose firefighters battled flames at a duplex overnight. it was reported at 12:40 this morning on cypress avenue. three people escaped the flames unharmed, along with one of their pets. but another pet is still missing. the fire was out by 1:30 this morning. the cause of the fire is under investigation. the red cross is helping nine people after a fire forced them out of their homes in san francisco. the fire started about 7:20 last night at a home on vienna
street. a second home was also damaged by the fire. two people were treated for smoke inhalation. investigators are trying to figure out how the fire started. changes are coming to tinder. coming up in the 8:00 hour, how it is designed to cater to the transgender community. more backlash for colin kaepernick after he refused to vote in the recent elections. what we're finding out about his past voting record. good morning. we see a lot of slow traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza, just trying to get on to the span. it is improving a little bit. we will give you a traffic time coming into city. well, mostly clear. a little bit of fog around santa be rosa and also up in fran valley. 31 degrees this morning. burr. there is a place, like no other. where a walk down main street,
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it's life care. >> san jose state university student is paralyzed from the waist down and is asking for the public's health. she is looking for her specially equipped car that was stolen from her home. the 2005 honda element went missing on friday. it was parked near her family's home. it was specially designed for kendra and allowed her to get around completely on her own. >> it was fully accessible,
which means i can open up my car, i drop down a ramp and roll my entire chair inside and park it in the driver's passenger's side seat. my independence was essentially stolen. she lost the use of her legs after a tumor was removed from her spine. she needs the car to get to therapy appointments and the class she teaches. the time is 7:44. colin kaepernick not only did not vote in last tuesday's election but he has never even registered to vote. >> once again, the system of oppression is what i have an issue with. >> kaepernick has received a lot of attention for not standing during the national anthem. some of the fans who supported kaepernick's protest says they don't like the fact that he has never voted. >> if you want to have change, you have to affect change every way you can. having a silent protest isn't going to do that. >> you have the right to do
what you want to do but you have the obligation to vote. that's your duty. that's your american liberty. >> kaepernick said he didn't vote in the presidential election because he felt the candidates were flawed. at the time he did not say that he had never registered to vote. we will help get you out the door. sal is here to do that. >> gasia, dave, good morning. let's start off with the east bay commute. it has been busy all over the east bay. highway 4 westbound, you will see a lot of slow traffic remaining in pittsburgh and bay point. a lot of that traffic has moved on to 680, 24 and 24 pockets of slow traffic from lafayette and orinda and oakland. also looking at the bay bridge. that has been a big commute. 80 by the way begins to slow approaching the bay bridge from hercules. it slows from the oakland zoo exit. it's a long way. once you get to the macarthur maze where 80 and 580 come together, the delay from that point is 25 minutes making it
on to the span. let's talk about the south bay. all of these commutes have filled. it is becoming kind of normal. no one is shocked by this. long commutes in mountain view. 7:46. let's bring in steve for today's crisp weather. >> that is correct, sal. a little bit of fog up around rona park and santa rosa. for most, it is a much cooler pattern. the system went by. not much rain. but the cooler air is in place. it will continue to filter in. this is the 24-hour temperature compared to this time yesterday. santa rosa is down 15 degrees. napa down 16. livermore, 10. oakland down 11. concord down two. somebody tap on that thermometer out there. [knocking] it has to be more than 2. you get the picture.
that's ropa. rona park. are you going up to santa rosa. no. ropa. that's it. santa rosa had a little bit of fog too. the calistoga hills, in the 40s. down in the hole in frans valley, that is cliff reporting that. i believe it. that is a cold location. there are cold air spots up in napa county. pope valley. sometimes i sound like i know what i'm talking about. >> you do. >> that's the cool air sliding in. most of the energy goes to the inland areas, not here. maybe skirting the coast a little bit. fort bragg had shower activity. it looks like it stops around point arena. on the coast, you can probably see the cloud cover because the cold air is going over the relatively warmer water. it depends if you get a breeze
or not. peninsula temps not yet. 47 seems popular. menlo park, palo alto. 49 belmont. you see that cold air rotating in. good air quality. the key is as we head towards saturday. that will be the next system. saturday morning looks like it starts on the north coast. now it looks bullish as we continue into sunday and monday. an inch and a half to san jose. an inch and a half to two in santa rosa all the way into monday. it looks like a rainy weekend. again, deal with all of the timing and everything by friday. you might want to go to a plan b if you have plans outdoors for this weekend. it looks like it starts saturday morning and goes into saturday night. off and on into sunday. 60s on the temperatures. some of the higher elevations in the 50s here as we get the cold air to filter through. tomorrow morning will be cold. the days are nice.
it will be sunny. we cloud up fast and rain begins on saturday, dave. >> steve, saturday is soaking. >> yes. >> thank you, steve. the company that owns snapchat is getting ready to go public. the wall street journal report that's snap could be valued between 20 and $25 billion, which would make snap the largest tech ipo since alibaba two years ago. that may convince other tech companies to go public. snap revenue is better than expected but the company has never turned a profit. the ipo could come as early as march. 7:49 is your time. if you're getting ready to do holiday schooping like pam cook, pay attention. in 20 minutes, we will tell you about some of the most dangerous toys this holiday season. but first, how would you like to buy a house on the
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that amount? pam cook is back in the studio to take us on a tour of deals that are really hard to believe. >> yeah. i think a lot of people are interested in this. we found this hidden gem of a neighborhood in an unlikely place. it doesn't even come with a horrendous long commute. >> reporter: home prices are outrageous. and just plain out of reach for many people in many areas around the bay. there are some reasonable neighborhoods, but usually they're away from the big cities and the jobs and often make for a very long and tedious commute. so we went looking for some hidden gems and found one in richmond. >> we thought how could we ever afford to live here? >> joe and nancy raised their family in minnesota. so when their daughter settled here in california, they never thought they could afford a place to be near their grandkids. >> we weren't sure. we looked for a number of
years. whenever we would visit with them, we would wander around and we had a realtor that took us different places. we found a place that would work. we took the leap. >> reporter: they landed at the shores at marina bay. the homes are not big. one and two bedroom condos but they have newly remodeled kitchens and bathrooms and buyers can choose to put in upgrades such as wood flooring. they're surrounded by a park like setting. resort style amenities like a pool and gym. and they're on the bay. and perhaps the best part, they start at $275,000. >> what is the hitch? >> the hitch, you've got -- you've got to buy it and live in it. we're not allowing investors. we've -- you know, there really isn't one. you've got to get over the mystic or the negative richmond. and that is really too bad. the people are pigeonholing it
because it is a richmond. >> reporter: he admits the shores are not a walking community. you have to drive to the grocery store. but it is close to a performance base that offers craft fairs and other festivals including the oakland symphony. it is also right off the 580 so an easy commute to the bay bridge, bart, and amtrak. but richmond is not an area known for its great schools. but the project manager says that will change as more families move in. >> you see it in the last couple of years in el cerrito. the schools have come up. we're the next exit. there's only so many place that's families can go and be within san francisco. >> reporter: that's what michelle and her husband are hoping for. they were excited to find a nice safe place to raise their 11-month-old daughter. >> it was safe for her and pretty affordable. he makes enough money so i can
be home with her. it's like living the dream here really. >> couldn't have said it better. the property manager has a financing agreement. you only have to put down 5% that. is low in the bay area. the most expensive condo goes up to $567,000. but that one is right on the water with the best views of the property. and you were talking about you have been over to crane way pavilion. >> yeah. i love it. >> the ferry is coming in 2018 is the target date for that. it will be even easier to commute. >> tremendous views. >> very pretty. we were surprised to find it. >> great story, pam. >> thank you,. >> thank you. time to check in with mike and gasia. >> dave, thank you. new information surrounding the killing of a family in the city of oakland. what we're learning about the woman arrested and now charged in the case. plus, president-elect donald trump continues to work with his transition team. what he is saying about the process to fill his cabinet. it's still busy in many
a closer look at the collision near gainesville. mornings on 2 continues now. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to mornings on 2. it is wednesday, november 16th. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's help you get out the door, checking weather and traffic. today might be the day to grab a jacket, especially if you get home late. >> there is cool air coming in. the coolest we have seen in a long time. the temperature change from 24 hours ago, santa rosa down 14. fairfield, 12. minus nine at oakland air pore. napa airport, 13. concord says only minus one. they had cloud cover yesterday. a decent westerly wind. that is the only thing holding the temp. 54 now. i checked it was the same yesterday. but it's the breeze kicking in. a little snow up in the sierra. trish says fresh snow up in soda springs.
we will take any snow that we can get. we didn't have much precipitation. more on the way for the weekend. mostly sunny. scattered shower activity up to the north. for us, mostly sunny day. just a lot of cold air working its way in. 30s, 40s and 50s. the coolest air will be tonight into tomorrow. low 40s above las goods gast -- gatos. 60s on the temps. sal, what do you have for us at 8:01. >> we have a problem on the span. traffic has been really set back at the richmond bridge approach and the toll plaza. let's go to it right now as i read more information just coming into us. you can see the traffic is at a stand still. emergency vehicles have just arrived. now, this started with some sort of the same old vehicle
perhaps and then it turned into a crash. and they are on the right shoulder and also in one of the lanes. there's one person injured. again, fire department just arrived four minutes ago. and the medics are arriving now. you can see how slow it is. if you are going into san rafael, this will be worse than normal. you say it is always slow. double that drive time. you will need that extra time. let's move along and look at the bay bridge toll plaza. it is going to be slow here as well. some people may divert to the bay bridge and traffic is backed up to the macarthur maze already. it's a 25-minute de play. that's not counting all of the time it takes to get there. in the east bay, really slow trafficment check this out. i'm going to give you a drive time for the nimitz freeway. 12 miles per hour. that's not good as you head south. 8:02. back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. we will go back to a developing store knee northern
-- story in northern florida. a train derailment sent two people to the hospital and caused a major fuel spill. some 20 railcars jumped the tracks. some 3,000 gallons of diesel fuel spilled as well. the injuries of the two train workers is believed to be minor. it is too early to try to determine what may have caused this crash. here at home and new this morning, police are searching for a man who tried to break into a home in los altos. it was reported near saint charles court. according to plus, two men tried to break into a home in the area. when police responded, they tased and captured one man but the other man took off. police set up a perimeter and they searched the neighborhood for two hours. they could not find the man. no suspect description has been released. but if you have information about what happened, call police. happening right now, president obama schedule today
arrive in germany in just about 30 minutes after his trip to greece. earlier this morning the president visited athens which was closed to the public for the visit. president obama addressed a crowd and received applause for saying the way that greece has accepted refugees has, quote, inspired the world. >> it doesn't mean that you should be left on your own. [applause] >> only a truly collective response by europe and the world can ensure that these desperate people receive the support that they need. greece cannot be expected to bare the bulk of the burden alone. >> people in greece say they are hoping president obama can persuade other european leaders to grant them more financial relief as well as help the refugee crisis. the president is also trying to reassure u.s. allies that president-elect donald trump will continue to honor u.s. commitments. new this morning, democrats in the senate will have a new
leader when the new congress convenes in january. just this morning, democrats elected charles schumer to take over as senate minority leader from harry reid who is retiring as you know. republicans reelected kentucky senator mitch mcconnell to be majority leader. paul ryan was unanimously chosen as speaker of the house for another term by fellow republicans. whether nancy pelosi will continue as house minority leader is up in the air. president-elect donald trump is denying reports that the transition to the white house is not going smoothly as expected. he headed out to dinner in new york last night. he tweeted very organized process taking place as i decide on cabinet and many other positions. i'm the only one who knows who the finalists are. rudy giuliani has said he would be honored to be secretary of state. former house speaker newt gingrich is angling to create a position for himself. the current administration is
transitioning for a move out of white house. 500 white house staffers will have to find new jobs. president obama brought in representatives from facebook and instagram and other companies. linkedin is showing them how to market themselves. there is a development course specifically for white house staffers. president-elect donald trump will have to make tough decisions about his own businesses particularly when it comes to the hotel that he opened down the street from the white house. it just had its official grand opening in october. but it may prove to be a conflict of interest for trump. it may raise ethical questions if trump holds press conferences on the property or if visiting diplomats stay at the hotel. he will transfer the business empire to his children during his presidency. it has been one week since we woke up to the election results. he has scaled back on his
campaign promises but we have seen people across the country and at home protesting donald trump's win. our question is, how are you feeling today compared to last wednesday? we put this question on the facebook page of ktvu. people are weighing in on the story as we speak. here is a live look at that story. we're asking you to respond by emoji. hundreds and hundreds of comments so far. let us know what you think. post a comment to our ktvu facebook or use the emoji. or tweet us using the hashtag tvu. two homeowners in the millennium tower is taking action against the city and the authority. according to a report in the san francisco business times the homeowners have filed a civil claim alleging that public officials and the tower's developer conspired to block reports of the building sinking and tilting. the suit says they have all known about the sinking since 2008 but did not disclose it to
buyers. the city and the trans-bay joint powers authority has 45 days to respond to the claim. the santa clara city council has given the 49ers another week to provide financial information on levi's stadium operations. they postponed sending a 30-day warning letter. the team has until november 22nd to provide financial documents or they will be considered in breach of contract. a city audit turns up signs that the team is allegedly using city general fund money improperly for stadium operations. mayor lisa gillmor has threatened to remove the 49ers as the stadium managers. they dispute it saying they fully cooperated with the council. they say in part, contrary to the mayor's recent statements to the press, she has no right to terminate the 49ers as manager of levi's stadium. her unjustified threat to remove the 49ers has
unnecessarily created a fear of job loss in the employees who made levi's stadium so successful. it could be the first college tuition hike in six years for many students. the meeting happening today in san francisco about this subject. and just how big the increases could be. first a star wars secret. actress carry fisher puts rumors to rest. her startling admission about harrison ford. and there is a problem on the richmond-san rafael bridge. there is also slow traffic all over the east bay. this may start affecting other commutes as well. we will tell what you is happening on the bridge and why traffic is almost at a dead stand still. lots of sunshine today after yesterday's weak system. the cooler air continues to work its way in. it will be nice today but it will be cold tonight. more on that coming up. ♪ my hero zero. ♪
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>> 8:12. new this morning, we learned that bob dylan will not go to seed tone accept his nobel prize -- sweden to accept his nobel prize. in october you will remember that the swedish academy awarded him the prize for literature for redefining the boundaries of listture. he was the first musician to
win the honor. just a few minutes ago officials announced that he sent a letter saying he could not attend due to earlier commitments. the prize will still belong to dylan whenever he can receive it. the european union has revealed plans for a new security of traveler security checks. it will affect people from 60 country that's do not require visas to enter europe. they will have to fill out an online form before they are allowed into the eu's 26 countries. the system would cross check travelers against databases that check criminal records and advice as. the form will be valid for five years. tinder is changing up the way to select your gender on its site. it is allowing user to pick a gender other than male or female by typing in a gender identity. tinder says it did not have the
right tools to serve diverse communities in the past. it says people who believe they were wrongfully removed over their gender selection are invited back to the platform. the on stream chemistry between the stars of the original star wars movie was more than just acting. >> i love you. >> actress carry fisher says she and harrison ford had an intense affair during filming. the secret was made public in her new book which is based on the diaries she kept as a 19- year-old. they spent their first night together after a birthday party for george lucas. he was 33 and married at the time with two children. she told ford ahead of time that she would reveal their affair in the book. >> i'm thinking more about this story than i should be. sal, i think we all saw that movie as kids and we're seeing it in a whole new light.
>> i must say i was not surprised. >> okay. i hear that sort of thing happens on movie set. >> the chemistry between the two was pretty good. >> undeniable. >> let's talk about the richmond bridge. this morning, it is not a good commute. if this is your commute, you need to give yourself extra time. they have just finished getting out of the way an injury accident on the span that was blocking lanes. it looks like -- i hear radio traffic to the effect that they have opened up more lanes. more people are getting through. it hasn't come across on the official chp site yet. it is slow. it is slow way back all the way up into richmond. slower than usual. give yourself extra time. we're also looking at the bay bridge. some people may use the bay bridge. that is backed up for 25, 30 minutes. getting that is a big feat here. if you are driving to san francisco -- oops, i'm sorry. this is a look at the nimitz freeway. we will talk about san francisco in just a second. traffic on both directions of
the nimitz freeway is slow. you will see a lot of slow traffic. and then we go over inform san francisco. northbound 101 slow right near third street heading north all the way up to downtown. 280 is backed up from daly city into san francisco. at 8:16, let's bring steve in. >> thank you, sal. mostly clear skies. it will be a beautiful day. just noticeably cooler as well. by tonight, 5:00, you will see the temperatures really start to take a tumble here. we had rain the last 24 hours. not a lot. a little bit. so not that much. but a little bit. the temperature change in the last 24 hours is very noticeable. 13 degrees cooler in napa airport. 14 in santa rosa. minus 8 fairfield. oakland is nine us 9. san jose minus 9. temperatures 60s and 70s yesterday. for a few today it's all in the
60s. in fact i think temperatures will stay here for a while. our system swings out. we're going to wrap it up and send it to mike and gasia. >> i'll take it, steve. thank you. happening today, a san jose woman accused in a triple murder is set to enter a plea in just about an hour. paul chambers is joining us live from the city of oakland with the new details we are learning about the suspect as well as the victims. paul. >> reporter: good morning, mike. 61-year-old dana rivers of san jose is expect today make her court appearance late they are morning. rivers is charged with three counts of murder for the shooting and stabbing death of three people in east oakland home friday morning. police say rivers killed 57- year-old patricia wright, her partner, 56-year-old charlotte reid and their son. when officer as arrived at the scene, a young man was found outside suffering from stab wounds. as first responders provided aid to him, officers heard a loud bang coming from the
garage ask saw rivers walk out covered in blood. they found wright and reid inside. all three victims were pronounced dead on the scene. police found ammunition, knives and brass knuckles on rivers who is accused of killing all three and setting the house on fire. police have not released a motive but it may have involved a dispute over property. she was a teacher. two decades ago rivers was a man and was dismissed from the district after she told them she was going through reassignment surgery. one of the victims worked at oakland unified school district. we will hopefully get a comment from them later this morning. >> thank you, paul, if you're ready to do holiday shopping, listen up. this rigid tail becomes essentially like a dagger. agger. we will tell you more about
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timing of railroad crossing signals. people who live near the tracks have asked the federal government to allow some zone that's trains will not be allowed to blow whistles. the request is one of the possible safety concerns. >> we are still seeing people parked on the tracks and walking on the tracks. and that is very dangerous. it also is illegal. >> despite the questions, smart train officials believe the train wills start carrying passengers late next spring. google is promising that the translation service is more fluent thank today an advance that is allowing computers to interpret complete sentence. it took years of engineering to pull it off. until now, google's technology analyzed phrases in pieces. and then it put them together in estimated sentences. now the google technology can interpret entire sentences. and the translations read and sound much more like a native speaker of the language. google describes the change as the biggest leap for translation service in a decade. a child safety group has
released some of the most dangerous toys this holiday season. season. >> peek-a-boo. >> hello. hello. >> this baby magic feed and play doll has been ranked one of the most dangerous by the group known as world against toys causing harm. the group says the small piece that's come with the doll are a choking hazard. some of the other toys include the baby elephant pillow and flying heroes superman launcher. >> we encourage parents and caregivers to take three steps for a safer holiday season. first, know that not all toys are safe. are safe. second, be familiar with some of the common safety traps. third, inspect toys and packaging before giving them to children. children. >> according to the group in the past two years, 19 toys have been recalled for safety
defects in the united states. we are now eight days away from one of the biggest parades in new york city. many organizations working around the clock to prepare the floats for the parade. yesterday organizers gave us a look at four new floats. themes are girl scouts, christmas, crazy glue and hawaii. >> for the first time ever we have a fully working water fall three stories tall. right next to that we have a fully working volcano. >> this will be the 90th year that macy's is putting on the parade. new york police are boosting security after reports that isis calls the parade an excellent target. this thanksgiving help thousands of bay area families in need enjoy a hot meal. the st. anthony's turkey drive will get underway this weekend in san francisco. they have been collecting donations for 66 years. if you want to help, they make it easy. curbside donations will be held on saturday through thanksgiving day. pope francis is joining in
on the cubs world series celebration. chicago's archbishop presented francis with this cubs hat and what looked like a signed baseball at the vat cap nearly two weeks after the cubs won since 1908. the archbishop shared this photo on exiter. he included the message news of the cubs win reached all the way to the vatican. he will become a cardinal late they are week. it has been three years since san francisco transformed itself into gotham city to fulfill a little boy's wish. this is miles scott from three years ago, just five years ago. this picture was taken this year. he is now eight years old. big and strong. back in november of 2013, you will remember the make a wish organization helped him live out of his dream of being bat kid. he got to rescue in distress, he arrested bank robbers and came to the aid of lucille.
his family says he is playing little league and thriving. more good news here, miles' family welcomed a third son. still to come, a possible hate crime reported at fort mason in san francisco. what a nanny says a man yelled as he physically attacked her. paying more to go to college. the campuses that could see the first tuition hikes in six years. s. good morning. very slow traffic in many areas right now as we look at the richmond bridge. improving after clearing an accident from that span. sunny here. we will talk about when our next rain-snow is set to arrive. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road.
>> 8:29 this wednesday morning, november 16th. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm mike mibach. let's check in with steve paulson. steve, on saturday there's something called the big game going on. the 119th big game. 2:30 and i'm guessing it will be wet. >> looking that way. >> okay. >> yes. but you will appreciate this coming up here in a second, mike. >> okay. >> let's go right to the graphic. there are chain controls up on 80. i'll take it. >> i'll take that. >> a little snow finally has made up it to the sierra. emphasis on a little. but enough to mention the chain controls there. you can see over the sierra some of that is finally working its way in. some of that colder air is beginning to arrive, moving across northern part of the state. temperatures are as much as 14 degrees cooler than 24 hours ago. santa rosa and napa down 13. 8 for fairfield. our system has moved out. it will be sunny but the cool air works its way in.
there is still a little system that has to clip the northern part. but i think most of that will stay to the north. the cold air has moved in. position for many of the temperatures. you think tomorrow morning was cold, tomorrow morning will be colder. clouds off on the coast. mostly sunny. cooler and breezy. temperatures staying in the 60s now. we're out of the 70s for a while. it will be cold tonight. low 60s, mid-60s across the board. sal, 8:30 in the morning. >> we have a lot of slow traffic, steve. a lot of people -- i think at this point it might be better to hang out with us a little bit and then go to work later because we have a lot of slow traffic. we're going to start with the richmond bridge. trying to get across the span, slow traffic all the way back into richmond. what is unusual? there was an earlier accident blocking lanes. the approaches you will notice when you get there. they are busier now even though the lanes have been opened. traffic will still be slow.
traffic was at a stand still. starting to count from the macarthur maze. if you're driving from somewhere long way away, you will have to count that time as well. highway 4 is still slow in bay point and part of pittsburgh. we do have some slow traffic here. this is 280 in san jose. it looks good. i want today mention highway 4. we had an overturned vehicle at alhambra and also slow traffic in bay point. and slow traffic on 680. it is a mess from walnut creek down to danville. let's go back to mike. >> thank you, sal. a dispute in san francisco between the top leaders and members of the police force. alex savidge is joining us live this morning from san francisco. alex, there are affect payings that the poa is standing in the way of necessary reforms? >> yeah. that's the accusation this morning. and this whole disagreement centers on a proposed use of force policy that would put new restrictions on officers involved in very dangerous
encounters. the police union have their concerns but there are some supervisors here at city hall in san francisco who believe the union is just refusing to budge on this particular issue. and that's holding up negotiations. now, last night the police commission held a special joint meeting with supervisors to discuss how best to implement a series of reforms that have been recommended by the u.s. justice department. those recommendations came last month. mayor ed lee you will remember asked for this federal review of the sfpd's policies and practices in response to several controversial police shootings. the feds offered hundreds of recommendations. the main point of contention is the use of force policy. the union takes issue with the proposal that would bar officers from shooting at moving cars. i talked about thissish ewith a retired san francisco police chief and current professor at usf >> i don't think they should
rush into any decision that we may regret down the road. so i really think that we have to ensure that our officers are protected. it sounds like easy solutions. but they're complex issues. it may take some time. >> reporter: now, according to the san francisco chronicle, supervisor aaron peskan is concerned about delays because the police union has filed a grievance over the proposed use of force policy. you will remember knees negotiations are taking place without a permanent police chief in place here in san francisco. interim police chief tony chaplin has been running the department. we are awaiting a decision from the mayor on who he will select to hold down the job of police chief on a permanent basis. i should also point out, mike, that we have reached out this morning to the san francisco police officers association for a comment on the negotiations. still waiting to hear back from them. >> alex savidge live in san
francisco. thank you. there is concern there in the city over an attack of a nanny who is latino and heightened awareness in the castro district over the possibility that the lgbt community might be targeted by hate crimes after the election of donald trump. federal park police say the attack of the nanny monday morning at fort mason was a possible hate crime. she was taking care of two children when a man grabbed her and shoved her and said in spanish, quote, no latinos here. park police later arrested a man who matched the suspect's description. then in the castro district, volunteers with castro community on patrol held a training session for new recruits. were inspired to take action after last week's election. >> i immediately had the sense that our community was going to be put at threat from that with a different rhetoric that had been going on during the campaign. >> there had been a protest
last week. one of the chants was whose streets, our streets. that meant a lot to me. make sure that our space and safe and protected after donald trump's presidency. >> this is creating uncertainty for undocumented immigrants working and living in the u.s. four years ago president obama signed a federal action for doca it is short for deferred action for childhood arrivals. it allows undocumented immigrants who came to the united states before the age of 16 and before june of 2007 to work and go to school here. diana was born in mexico to chinese immigrant parents and now works at a nonprofit that helps immigrants manage finances. >> i think there's a problem in the u.s. of immigrants being criminalized. but, you know, what is the difference between immigrants and americans who sign like a piece of paper. they still want to work hard
and provide for their families. >> 750,000 people have applied for the program. they are known as dreamers. president obama has advised president-elect trump to think long and hard before repelling the immigration program. the stinley murder trial has been pushed back to february. she was killed while walking with her father. lopez sanchez was arrested, an undocumented immigrant. police say he used a stolen law enforcement gun. the trial was set for early next month but lawyers on both sides agreed to move it to february 17th because of the busy schedules. the university of california and cal state university systems are considering the first tuition hikes in six years. csu trustees debated the issue yesterday. today uc regents are meeting in san francisco. we spoke with students who may pay up to $270 more per year. >> not a fan. state schools are supposed to
be the affordable option. now all of us will be in debt like the private school debt. >> reporter: even at san francisco state, many of these students work jobs all day and work for the degree at night. >> we have to ask for, you know, the crumbs of the cake at the end of the day. >> reporter: student leaders from each scu campus will be vocal at trustee meetings, arguing against tuition hikes. >> we have students living out of their cars and on the streets. the discussion going on, a lot of students get financial aid. a lot of that is in the form of debt. >> reporter: students not customers was the chant in long beach as trustees began tackling the budget. they staged a mock cemetery and dressed as zombies declaring themselves as members of the walking debt. >> we are dying of debt in a sense from student loan debt because of the price of tuition. then they want to increase tuition now. that will make it worse. >> reporter: but the public
universities are squeeze the between what the state wants to pay and what they need to operate. >> now we're expecting and anticipating that the government and the legislature will provide $157.2 million. our needs are $343 million. there's actually a gap of $168 million. >> reporter: csu under grads pay almost $5,500 a year. uc students just over $12,000. tuition shot up during the recession when state support was slashed and never recovered, shifting more costs to students. >> it is already overcrowded in my opinion. >> reporter: this senior with a full load and a part-time job says another proposal, admit more students will also back fire. >> underclass men it will be a struggle. i have heard a lot of people say they aren't able to get the classes they want and that pushes graduation back. >> i think $100 matter snooze for student who's watch every
cent, it eats into book money, food money or rent. >> any little bit that we can save will help. >> reporter: ktvu fox 2 news. students and alumni at uc berkeley are offering support to a graduate student who says she was sexually harassed for years by a renowned professor. a group of protesters rallied at the school yesterday in support of eva fisher. she endured years of discomfort and abuse from the architecture professor. >> he put his hand on my leg and said something like i love you very much. we're friends. i hope we become close friends. i take call of my close friends to las vegas every year and perhaps you can join us next time. >> fisher says since she came forward with the allegations she has heard similar stories from other former students. the professor denies the charges. the school tells ktvu officials
discussed student safety yesterday and plan to sigh what they will do about it in the coming days. californians voted to legalize recreational marijuana last week. now there is legislation that would require marijuana growers to obtain a conditional use permit for growing plants indoors in industrial buildings. the mayor is concerned that an overconcentration of marijuana businesses could have a negative impact on the character of neighborhoods. the proposed interim zoning controls would give the city time to adopt permanent measures. in a close vote that took a week to finalize, denver, colorado has passed the first of its kind measure allowing people to use marijuana in more public places. the initiative won with 53% support. it creates a four-year pilot program, allowing businesses to create consumption areas. it ranges from restaurants to cafes, art galleries and yoga studios. this takes effect immediately. how would you like to buy a house on the water in the bay
area for just $275,000. >> sounds good. >> i know. 275. it is unreal. up next, it is actually real. and pam cook is going to dig into this deal that to some sounds too good to be true. slow out there. some of the freeways are still grinding. highway 24 improvement. but still slow in orinda and lafayette. lots of sunshine today. just cooler and rather breezy as well. we have a northerly breeze. and temperatures tonight will drop fast.
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>> the bay area is one of the most expensive places to live in the country. there are hidden gem that's are affordable. >> pam cook shows us one of the spots in an unlikely place. this doesn't mean that you will be driving an hour and a half in the morning. >> no. i had no idea this was out here. we know one of the most expenses to live is the bay area. the median price for the bay area as a whole more than $700,000. it is more than that in some places of course. so how would you like to buy a home on the bay for half that amount? i went to one of those hidden gems in an unlikely place that does not include a horrendous long commute. >> reporter: home prices are outrageous and just plain out of reach for many people in many areas around the bay.
there are some reasonable neighborhoods. but usually here away from the big cities and jobs and often make for a long and tedious commute. we went looking for hidden gems and found one in richmond. >> we thought how could we ever afford to live here. >> reporter: joe and nancy raised their family in minnesota. so when their daughter settled here in california, they never thought they could afford a place to be near their grandkids. >> at first we weren't sure. reward looked for a number of years. whenever we would come out to visit with them, we would wander around and we had a realtor who took us different places and we lucked out. we found someplace that would work. and so we took the leap. >> reporter: they landed at the shores at marina bay. the homes are not big. one and two bedroom condos. but they have newly remodeled kitchens and bathrooms. a buyer can choose to put in upgrades such as wood flooring. they're surrounded by a park
like setting. resort style amenities like a pool and gym. and they're on the bay. and perhaps the best part, they start at $275,000. >> what is the hitch? >> the hitch, you've got -- you've got to buy it and live in it. we're not allowing investors. we've -- you know, there really isn't one. it's -- you've got to get over the mystic or the negative richmond. and that is really too bad. the people are pigeonholing it because it is richmond. it is a great vibrant community. >> reporter: he admits the shores are not much of a walking community. you have to drive to the grocery store. the homes are just a short drive to the pavilion that offers festivals including the oakland symphony. it is also right off the 580. so an easy commute to the san rafael bridge, bay bridge, bart and amtrak. but richmond is not an area
known for its great schools. but the project manager says that will change as more families move in. >> you see it in the last couple of years in el cerrito. the schools have come up. we're the next exit. there are so many place that's families can go and be within san francisco. >> reporter: that's what michelle and her husband are hoping for. they were looking for a safe place to raise their 11-month- old daughter. >> i felt safe. it is pretty affordable for how nice it was. he makes enough money so i can be home with her. it's like living the dream here really. >> living the dream. >> yeah. >> when she said that, i thought that encapsulates that pocket of an area. the project manager has secured an agreement that you only have to put 5% down. that is unheard of in the bay area. it usually is 20% or 30%. they had 47 left. >> okay. >> of these. they do have the most expensive
is 567,000. >> with all of the upgrades. >> that's right on the water. so still you're not going to find that in many places. >> i can pay half that and take a five minute walk and i'm by the water myself. >> they're not selling to ininvestors -- investors. they can't stop you from turning it over in a little while. but you can't buy it and rent it out. >> you can invest in your community yourself. >> they want you to invest in the community and help it grow with the schools and shops and build the pocket that is so sweet. >> great to see. >> thanks, pam. >> let's bring in sal castaneda with a check of the wednesday traffic. >> mike, gasia, this is a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. you will see we're going to start there because it is still very crowded. if you're trying to decide whether or not you're going to go, it might be better in an hour. that's one of the risks that you take. we don't have any stalled vehicles or accidents on the
bridge. it should clear out a little bit. this is a look at 880 northbound. that is very slow. we had protesters marching on one of the freeway on-ramps. but look at southbound 880. there is not any traffic getting through. leading me to believe there's a crash up the road that is going to be affecting traffic. no one is getting through here. southbound 680 what a mess. southbound commute is not doing well. now at 8:49, let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. we have a sunny day today. temperatures on the chilly side. tonight, those temperatures will take a tumble. the coldest air we have seen all season. the young season, i should say. snow up in the sierra nevada. chain controls up on i-80. not a lot of snow but a little bit. some of that working its way into the sierra. yesterday's system has pushed south. some of that colder air continues to move in, especially north. a few clouds maybe off the coast. some of that colder air over
the relatively warmer water. overall sunny to mostly sunny. you can see the bulk of that next energy is rotating just to the north. lake county, maybe northern sonoma and napa may get a few build-ups or isolated showers. 30s, 40s and 50s. that is cold for us. not cold, cold but we have been well above average on the temperatures. that won't last. 30s around danville. san ramon, it is 40sand 50s. you can see the cold working its way in. it has to filter in throughout the day. mostly sunny. cooler and breezy pattern. showers to the north. cooler for all. and then cold tonight. temperatures will take the tumble. we had many 30s this morning. we will have a lot of 30s tomorrow. it looks like a nice day thursday and friday. but rain moves in saturday. and maybe a little bit more extending into sunday. >> okay. beginning to feel like winter. >> yes, it is. >> steve, thank you. it is looking like
christmas in san jose. ♪[music] >> last night, the 15th annual tree lighting ceremony. this is video september in by fresco user kyle she can. in addition to the musical and dance performances, people took pictures with santa clause. they have holiday events scheduled through the rest of the year. new information surrounding the shooting at the oklahoma airport. we this to you as breaking news yesterday. what we're learning about the gunman and his possible relationship with the victim.
>> kind of a different mood compared to eight years ago when he spoke to people there in berlin. 200,000 people. this trip sex pecked to be his final foreign tour as president. new this morning, police in oklahoma city say the man who shot and killed an employee of southwest airlines at the oklahoma airport was a former employee of the airline and that his motivation was likely retaliation. 52-year-old michael winchester was shot and killed yesterday morning while walking between a terminal and the employee parking area. he was an employee of southwest airlines. the shooter was found dead in a truck nearby. they believe it was in retaliation for circumstances that led to the resignation last year. authorities in utah are trying to figure out why a straight a student in high school would allegedly stab five fellow students. investigators say the 16-year- old suspect attacked the students in the boys locker room yesterday morning without
being provoked and stabbed himself in the neck and tased by a school police officer. all wounded are expected to recover. the suspect who was previously home-schooled had no disciplinary programs and was not bullied. closer to home, the man accused in the execution killing of a sheriff's deputy in modesto was in court this morning. he pleaded not guilty. investigators say he was caught on sunday after a robbery and carjacking. earlier that day he is suspecting of shooting dennis wallace twice in the head. he also faces enhancements to the charge that's could lead to the death penalty if convicted. a debate in how much taxes the giants should pay on the at&t park. a ruling that shows that the ballpark is worth more than the team claims.
>> two state prop significants are undecided because it is too close to callment ballots still need to be counted. proposition 66 which would speed up the death penalty in california is leading by less than 200,000 votes. proposition 53 is currently losing by 250,000 votes. it would require voter approval for state projects costing more than $2 billion such as the proposed twin tunnels under the sacramento san joaquin delta. the minimum wage will be raised to $15 by january of 2019. people trying to send a message about the high cost of living in silicon valley. the wage will go up to $10.50 in january. and then $12 in july of next year. the wage will increase to $13.50 in 2018. then hit $15 in 2019. teachers in san francisco expect today get a pay raise to help with the cost of housing
that keeps going up. according to the san francisco examiner, the unified school district will boost teachers salaries by 2%. that agreement was reached earlier this year to increase salaries by 5%. the other 5% increase will be paid out sometime next year. the company that owns snapchat is taking steps to go public. snap has filed paperwork for an initial public offering that could be value between 20 and $25 billion. analysts say that could encourage other tech companies to go public. sources say that the company has never turned a profit. the journal also says the ipo could come as early as march but snap is not commenting. san francisco's independent tax auditors say at&t park is worth more than the team says it is. it is worth $100 million more than the giants claim. this is the latest ruling in a long running fight about how
much in taxes the team should pay on the waterfront stadium. >> as we know with trump, it is a different process. >> having the talk of a lifetime. >> you know we do it. >> welcome to the 9. it is a busy news day here at home in the bay area and abroad. the president just landed in berlin, germany, making his final trip of his presidency. and as we start the 9, we will take you there live because right now, president obama in air force one has in fact landed in berlin. he is arriving after two days of meetings in greece. the plan is for the president to meet with the german chancellor tomorrow. the president is