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>> 7:00. thursday morning. the first day of december. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. we are also focusing on your weather this first day of december. how were you feeling. >> i'm cold. i took the step, steve, of turning up the thermostat when i woke up instead of when the others woke up. >> it was all about me. that's what you're saying. i don't blame you. it is cold out there, gasia and dave. i think you have company, gasia, some of the viewers on the cold temperatures. let's get right to it. stacy says i'm a wimp when it comes to the cold. i wish i could be like a bear and hibernate until spring. you go ahead. we'll send somebody over on march 1st and wake you up. mostly clear. let's zoom out the picture here. there she goes. the clouds on its way to southern california. they are now taking the turn into the four corners of
arizona and southern nevada. still cold down there. waiting on the northerly breeze. it will eventually kick in later today and tonight and into tomorrow. 34 in palo alto. also half moon bay. there are cooler readings up in mendocino county and lake county. santa clara is in there. boulder creek. soquel at 44. campbell at 42 degrees. a few high clouds. slightly above average. near average on the temperatures. you don't stay 61, 62 very long. the days are so short. upper 50s, low 60s. sal, last time it was the east shore. where are you beginning this time. >> it's the dunbarton bridge. westbound traffic is also affected, at least some of the concrete either on the freeway
or on the truck, it is unclear, it came over to the other side of the road. the dunbarton bridge is not a good way to get across the bridge. the accident is eastbound but there is slow traffic westbound. the dunbarton bridge, i would write that off for now. use the san mateo bridge. let's take a look at that. it doesn't look too bad heading out to the highrise. especially the eastbound direction, it should be a decent drive to get over to the east bay. don't use the eastbound dunbarton for sure, both lanes are blocked. the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up for 15 to 20 minutes before you make it across into san francisco. when you do make it across into san francisco, there is a motorcycle accident in san francisco, along southbound 101 in the vicinity of cesar chavez. it is involving a motorcyclist. now they have fire department and medics on the way. this is a big mess. it may affect your drive off the bay bridge, if it backs up
along the sky way. this commute is interconnected. we will watch it for you closely. let's go back to the desk. >> authorities have captured the fourth and final inmate on the run following a jail break in santa clara county. janine de la vega live in san jose. janine de la vega, he was arrested after a seven-hour standoff. >> reporter: yes, he was. chavez was take known custody without incident. there was no struggle. we are told that he was high on drugs and in possession of crack cocaine. chavez is now being housed here at the main jail. here is video of 33-year-old chavez being walked out of the duplex in south san jose around 8:30 last night. sheriff's officials had been at the home on coy drive near oak ridge high school for seven hours. they learned one of chavez's friends lived there. they were trying to get him to come out of the house. they deployed tear gas.
they entered and ultimately found chavez in a room. >> a female residence, carla fernandez, was also arrested for resisting and obstructing an investigation, being a felon in possession of a firearm and being an accessory to chavez's escape. >> reporter: investigators say there may be more arrests if they determine that others were helping to hide chavez. 24 hours before the arrest, the u.s. marshal service caught the inmate that escaped with him, leron campbell. he was found hiding in the attic of his sister's apartment. the first two inmates were immediately caught. they had cut through steel bars and climbed down a second story building using bed sheets as a rope. the sheriff's office is now reviewing security procedures to make sure that this just does not happen again. back to you. >> thank you. >> the time is 7:04. we are still following
developing news out of fremont. a female teacher at washington high school was arrested and accused of having sex with an underaged student. ktvu's alex savidge broke the story at 6:00 a.m. you're back now. you have some new details from the school district, alex? >> reporter: yeah. we are told, dave, this woman worked as a pe teacher here at washington high school in fremont since 2008. this morning she is on unpaid leave and will not be returning to the district. district officials do confirm that 32-year-old corey at iock was arrested last week and accused of having inappropriate relationship with a student. it's unclear what school the student attended. the crime in question happened over this past summer. unclear exactly why the arrest was made just now. this morning, we are joined by the superintendent of fremont unified school district, jim morris. thank you for taking the time. what were your thoughts when you found out what happened and how are you responding?
>> certainly. so any incident like this that happens, obviously our first focus is trying to do everything that we can to help the police department, support their investigation, to make sure that it is complete and thorough. secondly, focus on students. what is in the best interest of students, keeping them safe. and third, obviously today, trying to maintain normalcy and calm on the campus. we sent a letter to all of the parents in the washington high school community, informing them, trying to share as much information as we can with parents so that they know what is happening and they understand the steps that we're taking to protect kids. >> reporter: we understand that she has been with the district -- that the teacher has been with the district since 2008. worked at american high school for a time and then came over here to work at washington high school. she also currently works for mission san jose -- excuse me, mission san jose high school in
san jose as a swim coach there. >> mission san jose high school in fremont as a swimming coach. we sent information to the parents at mission san jose high school just to let them know of the arrest and include information on here is contact at the police department if parents have additional information or community members have additional information that may be valuable to the police department. here is how to contact them. >> reporter: is it possible that there are other victims in. >> based on the information that we have currently, i don't have information that there are additional victims. that's one of the reasons in the letter we have asked parents if you have additional information or if there could be additional information, they want to share with the detectives who are investigating, here is the contact information for them. >> reporter: okay. thank you very much, jim morrison superintendent of fremont unified school district. talking with us about this troubling arrest. troubling for staff members, parents, students.
and, again, 32-year-old corey atiack, a pe teacher at washington high school was arrested last thursday, facing charges of inappropriate conduct with an underaged student. again, we don't know what school that student attended. the teacher is on paid leave -- excuse me is on unpaid leave right now but will not be returning to the school district. we understand that she has been released from jail on bond. we will send it back to you for now. >> alex savidge in fremont, thank you. more information is coming out about the shasta county woman who was freed after being kidnapped and kept for three weeks. >> i will confirm that the suspects did brand her. i will not get into the details of where the brand is located on her body. nor what was branded on her. for, again, the integrity of the investigation. >> what is described as intense interviews, sherri papini told investigators who armed hispanic women abducted her.
it will be difficult to create a composite because the captors hid their faces and at times covered sherri papini's head so she couldn't see anything. her friends are doing whatever they can to support her. >> very beautiful soul inside and out. just a very nice young lady. >> sherri papini's husband says she was starved. she weighed on 87 pounds when she was released and her hair was cut. the captors are described as having long curly hair, thick spanish accent. the older woman had straight black hair with graying and thick eyebrows. somebody offered a six figure ransom for the return of sherri papini. although no one claimed the money, a friend of sherri papini and a consultant says the money may have made a difference. >> it was an incredibly large
sum of money. six figures. no dollar amount. let your imagination ride on that. in less than 24 hours, she is home. >> can we take this and duplicate this process and apply it to other missing person or abduction cases throughout the world, throughout the u.s. especially and tweak it to fit the individual case and see if we can offer support and help in that way. >> both the family and friend the ransom expert say they want to use this case used as a mood he will to help other families who have loved ones who were ab ducked. critics are worried to come out and offer to pay a ransom will lead to more kidnapping. a new rule that takes effect today allows agents with a single search warrant to hack into computers and smart phones at one. a bipartisan group of senators tried but failed from this taking effect. they say it gives the government too much access to computers and phones. the justice department says the rule is necessary to keep up
with changes in technology used by criminals. now fbi agents will be able to go to one judge and get a warrant to access thousands even millions of computers infected by hackers. our question of the day is about this law and digital privacy in general. how far is too far has been a debated question for some time, especially when it comes to national security. today we're asking you how much of your digital privacy are you willing to give up in the name of national security? let us know what you point by posting a comment on our facebook page or tweet us using the hashtag #ktvu. the time is 7:11. a shooting that happened on 580 in oakland, two people were hurt. traffic was brought to a halt for hours. coming up at 7:30, the evidence police are hoping to get as they search for the shooter. up next where donald trump is headed as he steps out publicly for the first time since the election. and we do have a tough morning commute right now. as you can see here in san
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>> welcome back to mornings on 2. it is 7:14. well, donald trump is heading out today on his long anticipated victory tour. the president-elect will make a first stop in indiana where he will take credit for helping to save a thousand jobs there. doug luzader joining us live in washington with the details. doug. >> reporter: dave, good morning. this is kind of a victory lap for donald trump. they're calling it officially a thank you tour. but before that begins and that actually kicks off in ohio today, trump is going to indiana to specifically talk
about air-conditioning manufacturing carrier which has decided to keep some jobs now in the united states. this was president-elect donald trump's last big public appearance, election night. today he will emerge going to indiana where carrier air- conditioning just reversed plans to close a plant and send the jobs to mexico. trump tweeted look forward to going to indiana tomorrow in order to be with the great works of carriers. they will sell many air conditioners. it is not clear what inducements carrier or united technologies were offered but trump's anticipated no, ma'am fee for treasury secretary was elated. >> i think it is terrific. the president-elect and the vice president picked up the phone and called the ceo and said we wanted to keep jobs here. i can't remember the last time that a president did that. >> reporter: it brought a sarcastic response from the white house. >> if he is successful in doing that 804 more times, then he
will meet the record of manufacturing job that's were created in the united states while president obama was in office. >> reporter: on other election fronts a recount begins in wisconsin today, the first of perhaps several led by green party candidate jill stein working in conjunction with hillary clinton's campaign. it is unlikely to overturn the results of the election. emerging from her own election yesterday, nancy pelosi who fought off a challenger to retain her job as house minority leader vowing to fight against the trump administration. >> i would trade nothing to have this opportunity to owe pose an administration. where we can engage, we will. where we need to oppose, we will. will. >> reporter: so pelosi prevailed. this was a real challenge to her leadership. about a third of democrats in the house voted against her yesterday. but ultimately she did carry that vote. in the mean time, this is what the trump cabinet is looking
like. the spots are starting to fill up. there are a number of open spots. it is not clear what the timeline is to fill them. the one in particular is the department of state and the department of defense. back to you guys. >> doug luzader in washington, thank you. new this morning, polls show most americans do not want president-elect donald trump to repel obamacare. the nonpartisan kaiser family foundation conducted the survey one week after the election and found 26% of respondents say they supported repelling the affordable care act. even republicans who backed trump had a change of heart. in october the same survey found 69% of republicans wanted the law repel. after the election the number dropped to 52%. but the percentage that want to see it scaled back is more than doubled. >> interesting. sal, you're right over there. you're in the middle of a busy commute. >> that's right. dunbarton bridge, eastbound, we have a truck accident and a
diesel spill. eastbound heading away from menlo park. westbound is also affected. it is very slow crossing the dunbarton bridge and eastbound we have a truck and sedan that crashed. a lot of damage there. also a lot of diesel apparently spilled on the road. it is a sig alert which means it will be for a while. san mateo bridge not too far away is an alternate. as we look at the san mateo bridge commute, you can see that traffic is not that bad. it looks normal for this time of the morning getting over to highway 101. if you're trying to get a flight at sfo and leaving san francisco, let's take a picture of highway 101. they're clearing a motorcycle accident. and now it is beginning to affect not only 101 but the traffic coming off the bay bridge westbound is slow right as you get off the bay bridge because of this crash 101 at cesar chavez. if you're leaving the city, i would not recommend 101 at all.
go down to 280 as an alternate route. let's look at the toll plaza. it is backed up now. if the crash is san francisco affects traffic on the bay bridge, it will affect traffic at the toll plaza too. that means we could have a big delay this morning trying to get into san francisco. 7:19. let's bring steve in. >> thank you, sal. >> you're welcome. >> you're welcome. my pleasure. clouds have cleared out of here. lots of 30s, a few 20s. there you go. it looks good. a few high clouds in the mix. the trend is to clear out. the breeze will pick up. until then, it is cold. 29 degrees in kelseyville. that's a cold one. and melissa bradley up in mendocino county said a chilly 31. yes, there are very cold temperatures around the bay. most temperatures in the 30s, 40s. cloud cover, there she goes oust the picture, already on the way to southern california.
if it wasn't for the cloud cover, they would be colder down there. it looks like cloud cover, not much more. 13 in flagstaff. 28 in bishop. 39 in blythe. that's a cold one there on the desert. so very cold temperatures all the way down to southern california and us as well. not of a breeze yet. 30s and 40s on the temperatures. half moon bay has been between 39 to 41 degrees. santa rosa 34. we can find even cooler temperatures. there's a 30 along with that 29 in kelseyville. northwest napa, 33. mill valley 39. mid 30s, upper 30s to petaluma. 27 up in truckee. 34 arcade a. around lake tahoe. incline village at 19. next week possibility of single digits or below and very cold air comes in. until that happens, low pressure south, high pressure to the north. the clouds clear out rapidly. they have done that for most.
sunny to mostly sunny today. temperatures upper 50s to low 60s. tomorrow looks like a breezy to windy day, especially the higher elevations. it will be a little warmer but the days are short as we're now into december. there will be a north wind. temperatures near average to slightly above. just a little bit above here. i don't think they will stay there past saturday. it will be close as we head into sunday. sunday looks okay. but then changes sunday night and then a cold wind kicks in on sunday. >> my family is excited for the snow. we went to the garage and got the goggles and snow bibs. >> all the good stuff. >> we wore it last night. if you don't deliver. >> next week, it's going to be cold up there. >> they're more than ready. >> you're going to need it. >> thank you, steve. >> all right. >> 7:21. a video by bart featuring green is under investigation. the allegations being made involving the recent election. plus, he is the second man to ever step on the moon.
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a doctor. buzz aldrin was the second man to ever walk on the moon after neil armstrong. the first fire was monday in gatlinburg near the great smokey mountains national park. investigators say it was human caused. strong winds fanned the flames, sparking other fires and forcing thousands to evacuate. the danger is still there for first responders and for the families trying to get back home. >> the search is so important to go into all of these homes, all of these rental cabins, all these -- you know, search every house in gatlinburg. and that's a major job because you have trees down and power lines down, which is -- some of them are still live. >> hundreds of homes were destroyed in the fires. the fires caught a lot of people by surprise because it spread so quickly. only 10% contained this
morning. meantime country music star dolly parton is launching an effort to help those affected by the fire. the plan is to provide $1,000 a month to those who are now homeless. families can apply for that help as soon as tomorrow. by the way, dolly parton's theme park, dolly wood escaped fire damage. the time is 7:26. coming up -- >> reporter: shots fired on a bay area freeway. we will tell you what police are asking anyone in the area driving by at the time to look for on their vehicle. ♪ think of your fellow man.
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♪[music] >> okay. i think this is my first taste of jimmy cliff, dave. >> come on. from the island. >> okay. got it. from the islands of the golden gate bridge, whatever you're doing on this first day of december. i hope you remembered to say rabbit rabbit to ensure a wonderful month of december. >> i didn't know. >> january 1st i'll call you. thanks for joining us this morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. it is a cold rabbit rabbit monday. steve paulson is in his office with the forecast. >> i tried to pull a rabbit out of the hat but he said it's too cold out there. it is cold out there. clear skies. we have seen the cloud cover
get oust the way. a wonderful start up in the mountains. i don't want to forget about shasta. for the snow conditions for december 1st, this is as good as it has been for some in 30 years. let's keep it going. although i have to be honest with you, it is tough to keep this pattern going. we will see. cold air on the way. just not sure if available moisture is on the way for the first couple of system. clear skies. that system is roaring out of the picture. it as cloudy early this morning for some. now it is visiting southern california. if it wasn't for that cloud cover, they would be much, much colder there. a high pressure system up into oregon. that give us a breezy day later. some of the coldest temps are right now. 34 danville. lafayette in the upper 30s. dublin as well. livermore 35. a couple reports of fog out by the livermore airport. probably that has cleared out by now. lots of sun and warmer today. a couple degrees. breeze will pick up later on
out of the north. slightly above average on the high temps. 50sand low 60s. dumbo, sal. >> yeah. unfortunately dumbarton bridge is affected by a crash and a diesel feel. some of that diesel is getting into the water apparently. westbound traffic is a mess as well. there is cement debris came over to the westbound lane as a result of the crash. eastbound is also a mess. i would recommend the san mateo bridge as an alternate. i would not recommend using the dumbarton bridge at all for the next hour or so. let's look at another problem. this would be a big commute into san francisco complicated by a crash in san francisco along southbound 101 at cesar chavez. a motorcycle accident blocking a couple lanes. traffic is backing up on southbound 101 and also westbound 80 leading on to the crowded bay bridge. it has become one long and very
slow commute from oakland to the south part of san francisco. i would recommend 280 as an alternate route. those are major traffic delays at the moment. 7:32. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. a man and his girlfriend who were shot yesterday on 580 in oakland yesterday they are recovering this morning. investigators want to know if that incident is connected to other freeway shootings in the east bay in the past year. christien kafton is at oakland police headquarters with more on this and the search for the shooter. >> reporter: yeah. good morning, dave. that man and woman injured in the incident. at last report they were in stable condition. no updates on their conditions so far this morning. we can tell you that a family member tells ktvu that they have no idea why this couple would be targeted. >> my cousin wasn't into anything. neither was the female. we have no idea. all they do is work and take care of their kids. >> reporter: oakland police say the shooting happened around
3:15 yesterday afternoon. just at the start of the rush hour, causing a major backup in the eastbound direction on i- 580 in the fruit vail area. that didn't reopen until 5:15. the target vehicle riddled with bullets. the driver managed to control the nissan until it got off the freeway. the vehicle had a pink lyft sticker in the window but the driver did not appear to be working at the time. >> we're following up with leads from witnesses, who saw a description of the vehicle, description of possibly the shooters. >> reporter: you heard oakland police looking for witnesses. they're also working with caltrans, also working with chp trying to review any traffic cams that may have either captured the shooting incident or the suspect vehicle. they're asking anyone who was driving in the area at that time to check their vehicle to see if they may have a bullet hole, possibly a stray from the incident in their vehicle. again, oakland police believe
this couple was the target of this incident. >> all right, christien kafton. thank you. the time is 7:34. in the meantime police in san francisco is searching for the shooter who killed a city worker yesterday morning as he was cleaning up graffiti. germane jackson was shot near 25th and vermont. he was rushed to san francisco general hospital just a few blocks away but he died. police haven't given us any details about a possible motive. san francisco mayor ed lee has ordered that flags in city be flown at half-staff until sunset today. well, we also have new information about this week's deadly shooting at a busy union city shopping center. police released these photos of three suspects. they face charges including murder, attempted murder, and robbery. police say it happened during a drug deal. one suspect is accused of firing several shots into the car of 21-year-old raymond on monday night near the texas
roadhouse restaurant. raymond was killed. one of his passengers was hurt. another person who was parked in a nearby car was also hurt. the suspects were arrested just a short time later. thieves hit the apple store on chestnut in san francisco. someone at the store say four or five men wearing hoodies grabbed 30 iphones. there was a similar theft on monday night. then some were grabbed from the apple store in madera. the apple store on 4th street has been hit five times since mid-october. the time is 7:35. the oakland public ethics commission criticizing the ticket policy forests at the coliseum and arena. oakland has free use of a suite at oracle through a lease agreement with the warriors. politicians and city staff
member who's use the suite are supposed to write out a written for visiting the complex. the east bay times investigated this and says the reason given the most is they were reviewing or inspecting the buildings. however the ethics commissions says there is little proof that any work is being done during the games. the investigation into that policy was sparked by the newspaper report. the ethics commission says someone should be overseeing who gets free tickets to games. a state agency is now investigating this bart video featuring warriors star green. the political practices commission will look into allegations that bart used public monday to campaign for measure rr. a complaint filed with the commission says green's script in the video contained phrases used by bart and the campaign for the bond measure. state law prohibits public agencies to spend money to support or oppose a candidate
or measure. bart says it did not pay for this video, did not provide a script but will fully cooperate with the investigation. a new survey finds most of california's public schools have a teacher shortage. the learning policy institute looked at 200 school districts statewide and found that there are teacher shortages. it may have to do with not enough people entering the profession. the problem seems to be worse in poor areas, with 83% of lower income districts reporting teacher shortages compared to 55% of those districts with wealthier families. the san francisco supervisors are making good on their promise to make city college of san francisco free. that is enough to cover tuition for the fall semester of next year. only students who live or work in the city would qualify for the program. that money is expected to come from proposition w which voters passed last month. the full board of supervisors
will vote on december 12th. the time is now 7:38. back in custody after a week on the run. in 20 minutes, the very intense operation that led to the capture last night of a second inmate who broke out of the santa clara county jail last week. also honoring the soccer players killed this week in that south american plane crash. the emotional tribute, why some mourners actually had a smile. we have a look at a commute that will be busy this morning if you are driving on 92 westbound. i think some people are avoiding that dumbarton bridge. we will tell you why they are doing so. it is a good actually. a little bit of fog parts of the east bay. otherwise clear and cold. upper 20s showing up. it will be a beautiful day but maybe a little change in our wind direction. i will have more on that coming up.
>> welcome back. we have developing news in jacksonville, florida. a gunman is holding hostages and we don't know how many yet inside of a bank. there was a 911 call four hours ago about shots fired inside the community first credit union in jacksonville. when the police got there, the bank robber was still inside and a s.w.a.t. team surrounded the building. although shots were heard, the police don't know whether anyone at the bank was shot or hurt. again, this is a developing story in jacksonville, florida. we will bring you more information as soon as it becomes available. early this morning in tacoma, washington a man suspected of shooting and killing a police officer was hot and killed by police. officers had surrounded a home for 11 hours where the suspect was holed up inside. during the standoff, the suspect used two children as shields. then at about 3:30 a.m. an officer was able to take a
shot at the suspect, killing him. >> we negotiated through the night. negotiations failed. we went in and took one of the kids when we had a chance and he grabbed one of the kids and the officer felt he had a shot and took it. the suspect is deceased. we grabbed the other kid. both kids are safe. >> fellow police officers stood in silence outside of the hospital where the tacoma police officer was pronounced dead. he was shot several times when he respond today a domestic violence call yesterday afternoon. the officer was 45 years old, had been on the force for 17 years. later this morning, the ashes of former cuban leader fidel castro will continue across the island nation. it is being taken on a final tour of cuba. 80 pes of the country's population practices santaria. it combines christianity and african beliefs. followers are grateful for castro because they allowed them to be somebody.
the funeral will be held sunday. mourners in columbia are paying tribute to the brazilian soccer players who died in tuesday's plane crash. the service was held at a soccer stadium. people brought flowers and they lit candles. they even cried together. but there were also believe it or not some smiles as balloons were launched in the names of each of the crash victims. the crash investigators are now listening to the cockpit recordings the minutes before the charter plane crashed. there are reports that the pilot had asked for permission to land because of, quote, fuel problems but he didn't declare an emergency. a female air traffic controller explained another plane had priority after being diverted because of a mechanical problem. that controller told the pilot to wait seven minutes. the pilot radioed again saying he had a, quote, complete electrical failure without fuel. but it was too late. the charter jet began its four- minute death spiral into that
muddy mountain side. investigators say there was no fire because there was so little fuel still in the jet. today people all over the world are marking world aids day. in san francisco, hundreds gathered at the national aids memorial grove in golden gate park last night. there are more than 3,000 names engraved there commemorating those who died from the disease. one of the names is kevin kaiser. last night was the first time that his sister, natalie miller, visited the memorial. >> my brother has been dead for over 25 years, but he was like everything to me. and as much as i know i miss him. >> there will be another commemoration at noon today with the reading of the engraved names. >> all right. the time is 7:44. let's check back with sal. you've been talking about problems on bridges and the roads. >> that's right.
well, the dumbarton bridge has the problem eastbound with a fuel spill. eastbound as you driving away from menlo park. but eastbound traffic is very slow. let's go to the maps. i want to show you that traffic on the dumbarton bridge. oops. it is going to be backed up big time westbound as you drive from the -- all of dakota road area into the area here. i want to mention that the south bay commute is very heavy trying to get up to the -- to menlo park and mountain view. northbound 101. so the commute is going to be just as heavy everywhere else. but the dumbarton bridge is making things worse, trying to get across the bay. you might want to think about using the san mateo bridge. let's go to the bay bridge toll plaza. we have slow traffic here. slower than usual. getting across into the city. when you get to san francisco, 101 southbound, they're clearing a motorcycle accident that is in the left lane. it was in the two left lanes. they have made progress. southbound 101 is just a mess. i would not recommend using 101 southbound.
i would recommend using 280 or finding another way to get out of the city southbound. on 101 or 280. they're both going to be busy. 280 is the best bet. at least the weather, steve, is beautiful. >> it is but cold, sal. >> yes. >> a lot of people talking about that. we lost the cloud cover. there is a little bit of patchy fog out there. generally it looks clear. there are a few spots, napa airport, national weather service down inmonter a say watch out. i saw it on the observations as well. in livermore, there was some. it won't last long. visibility is not zero but it has been there. i think it will clear up quick. viewer report near kenwood, 32 this morning. the first freeze of the year. that's from joe shoemaker. i have known joe since 1981, '82 up at santa rosa junior college. that was a very wet year as you know. that was an el nino year and people thought we were
embellishing the numbers that year in santa rosa. no they were spot on. it was pouring. joe keeps wonderful records. i believe that. upper 20s as well in napa county. picked up 29 degree reading this morning. a cold morning but sunny. breeze picks up later. it will be sunny and windy at times. the weekend looks good. we will be good through sunday and sunday night. then monday and tuesday look cold and windy. we will see about any precipitation. in that kind of pattern we get the cold air. cloud cover this morning. i'm on my way out of here. that is flying. flying out of the picture. but a low setting up in southern california in the four corners and high pressure to the north. and that's going to generate a pretty good breeze. 14 in flagstaff. 44 in phoenix. blythe a brisk 39. that is cold for them. bishop, 29.
even las vegas 39. it has begun. north, north, northeast. waiting for this to happen. there is santa rosa. there is novato. it will pick up later throughout the day. 30s on the temperatures or 40s. very cold readings especially if you don't have the breeze. 36 menlo park. woodside 37. 30s for los altos, stanford, palo alto. close for others as well. i think by now we will start to bounce off these morning lows. 32 up in ukiah. 20s up in the mountains or teens. sunny nice day once the fog burns off. the clouds clear. dry air is moving in very fast. so sunny and nice. but the breeze is going to be a factor later tonight and into friday. so breezy to windy conditions. but it will calm down by the weekend. 50s, 60s with a north wind. santa rosa warms u that's why we went 63 there. temperatures slightly above average here. nice down to santa cruz at 63
for december 1st. that's not bad. sunshine o'plenty and then a northerly wind kicks in monday and tuesday. >> thank you, steve. >> you're welcome. 7:49. reaching people in crisis. in our next half hour, how cal train is teaming up with a nonprofit on a way to prevent suicides. plus more than a million android phones hacked. up next how your personal information may be affected.
>> welcome back to mornings on 2. another hack attack, this one targeting those who use google. there is concern on wall street about car loans. pam cook is back in the studio with more on the money business, pam. >> yeah. the federal reserve bank of new york calls it a significant amount of people falling behind on their car loans. the report shows many of them are given loans despite shaky credit reports. that could affect things down the road. ringing the opening bell this morning, life insurance policies for educators. it is celebrating 25 years in business. and checking in on the numbers, right after that opening bell, numbers started heading higher, getting some help from overseas, chinese factory orders in, helping out a bit across the globe. there's a live look at the dow jones. it's up 63 points. a third of a percent there. the s&p 500 up as well. but the nasdaq once again lower
this morning. a warning before you download another app. hackers managed to gain access to 1.3 million google accounts through android phones. computer researchers at check point, a cyber security firm, confirms that the hackers mated their -- made their way into the accounts through bogus apps. a nationwide event for charity, 100 countries joined in on giving tuesday. the $168 million is up from $117 million from the year before, giving tuesday has been raising money for charities since 2012 as a way to promote charity after the shopping frenzy for black friday and cyber monday. it is a move to make nail salons safer for customers and workers. the epa is giving a bay area organization $120,000 grant to make improvements to salons. asian health services out of
oakland will use the money to help salons get the designation of a healthy nail salon. that was established for salons that avoid certain toxic inagreed agreedentsed. businesses in al meet a, san mateo and santa clara can sign up to get the no interest no fee loans for nail products without the toxic inagreed kents and better ventilation. some of the chemicals have been linked to respiratory illnesses, reproductive problems and even cancer. this is a move to make those safer. >> thank you, pam. the time is 7:54. get ready to buy tickets to see hamilton. ♪[music] >> yes, tickets for the san francisco production go on sale monday. but only if you have an american express card. the sale will open to the public on december 12th. tickets start at $100 each.
san francisco production premieres in march. it will run through early august. well, eight more californians have now been inducted into the california hall of fame. >> harrison ford. >> harrison, over here. last night, movie star harrison ford was one of the people honored in sacramento last night. and so was star trek star george takei. he grew up in sacramento and talked about his childhood in a japanese enturnment camp. >> it is a privilege to be honored here in this museum because it tells a chapter of american history still to this day not many americans know about. >> another inductee, maria shriver launched the hall of
fame in 2006. isabella and russ solomon, and the late baseball hall of famer tony gwynn. time to check in with mike and gasia. >> thank you, dave. a shasta county mother taken against her will and held captive for three weeks. the reason that the kidnappers may be difficult to track down. >> reporter: plus, a pe teacher here at this high school in fremont is accused of having sex with one of her students. we will tell you what led to the woman's arrest and how the school district is now responding. still working on clearing a crash on the dumbarton bridge that has taken away lanes eastbound. but the east bay commute is still slow in other places not affected by the crash. sunny today and a little breeze picking up. it will be nice going into the weekend. we will have the numbers coming up.
>> the fourth inmate who escaped from jail in san jose is now back behind bars. we will tell you how authorities caught him and what they found when they arrested him. a female high school teacher arrested in fremont. the accusations against her and what the district is saying this morning. it is all ahead on mornings on 2. >> this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning, everyone. welcome back to mornings on 2. it is thursday, the first day of december. i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian. let's help get you out the door. weather-wise it's a cold one but no rain to speak of this morning. >> that's right. a little bit of fog but it is cold. thanks, gasia and mike. the skies have cleared out. the system has zoomed down to southern california.
it left behind cold temperatures. jake says very brisk start to the day. we've had upper 20s for some. you can see the sky -- there it goes. the cloud cover got out of here quick. it will continue to march towards southern california. cloudy down there. if it wasn't for the cloud cover, they would be colder than that. very cool temperatures down in southern california. las vegas made it to 38 years. the north wind is starting. that will pick up throughout the day, especially up in the higher elevations. not that bad yet. i think everybody eventually in the 30s and 40s. we will end up 25 up in truckee. 35 in ukiah. cold air coming down. it will be sunny and breezy. temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s. still the dumbarton bridge, sal. >> that's right. we have a crash involving a truck and another car blocking two eastbound lanes. traffic is getting by in one lane. but it is really backing it up. westbound though all the lanes
are open. you can clearly see what is going on on the other side of the bridge. and you can tell by looking at this map, traffic is backed you will all the way over to newark. i would not recommend using the dumbarton bridge. use the san mateo bridge instead if you can. as a matter of fact, the san mateo bridge not that bad considering what we have going on. a lot of people are using it as an alternative. but it's actually doing pretty well westbound and really a breeze eastbound if you have to get to the east bay. let's move along and take a look at the commute on the east shore freeway. you can see the traffic is backed up. this is still pretty significant delay. taking about an hour to dive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. they have cleared the accident in san francisco along 101 southbound. but traffic is still recovering. 8:01. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. the search for the fourth and final south bay inmate who escaped from the santa clara jail is over. ktvu's janine de la vega is
live in san jose. this last man was caught near oak grove high school last night after a long standoff. >> reporter: yes, he was, gasia. and we are told by the sheriff that more arrests could be coming. they're looking for anyone who might have helped chavez while he was on the run. he is now here at the main jail in maximum security. now, here is video of 33-year- old chavez when he was taken out of a duplex on koi drive. the s.w.a.t. team was there for seven years and they used tear gas to try to get him out. a robot with a camera detected him in the attic. when he was captured he was in one of the rooms. he was taken to the hospital because he was high on drugs and also in possession. they also found a handgun at that residence. now, in a news conference last night, the sheriff thanks the u.s. marshal service, the fbi and her team. >> i also want to thank the incredible team of sheriff's
office detectives who have been working around the clock on this arrest. and the capture of the two fugitives. and captured within a week. they have left no stone unturned and many, many sleepless nights. >> reporter: a woman who lives at that home, carla fernandez, was also arrested for obstructing an investigation and for helping an escaped inmate. chavez's arrest comes a day after campbell was recaptured in antioch. he was hiding in his sister's apartment. campbell and chavez and two other inmates broke out of the main jail last week. the first two were immediately caught. if you remember, the group escaped by sawing through steel window bars and then using bed sheets to then climb down from a second story window. so now the focus for the sheriff's department will be on making sure that this doesn't happen again. they are reevaluating security procedures and they are also
installing surveillance cameras in the old section of the jail where that breakout occurred. back to you. >> thank you, janine. more on the developing story we have been following all morning long. a female teacher at fremont's washington high school arrested and accused of having sex with an underaged student. alex savidge is joining us live from fremont. school officials now talking about the case? >> reporter: yeah. they are talking about this. in fact the principal of the school sent an e-mail to parents just this morning, letting them know about this stunning arrest. a woman who has worked as a pe teacher for several here's at washington high school in fremont is accused of having sex with a boy that also goes to this school. now, the teacher has been placed on unpaid leave. and the superintendent told me this morning that she will be let go ultimately. district officials confirm 32- year-old cory audiat was arrested last thursday. she is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student from washington high
school. our sources tell us that the crime in question happened this past summer. it is unclear why she was just arrested last week. and it's also unclear exactly how this all came to light. but we talked this morning with the superintendent of the fremont unified school district. he says this is a very difficult time for students, staff and parents. >> our message to parents when something like this happens is to, number one, be sure that they're assured that we share as much information as possible with them. as soon as we can share that information with them. always our first priority is protecting students. and second of course is cooperating with the police department so that they can complete a thorough investigation. >> reporter: now, district officials say cory audiat has worked for the district since 2008. she worked at american high school before coming to washington high school and she was currently working as a swim
coach at mission san jose high school in fremont. again the superintendent said this morning that she is on unpaid leave and the district is in the process of terminating this teacher. again she was arrested last week. we are expecting more information on this investigation from fremont police to come within the next hour. we will pass that along as soon as we get it. >> thank you, alex. police in concord arrested a high school student on suspicion of assault. he attends the awe boy catholic school de la salle. he is accused of assaulting a girl who attends the school across the street. this happened after a football game. the student under arrest is a football player but not on the varsity team. >> a student came to our principal to report the alleged assault. we immediately put her and her family in touch with our
personal counselors to offer support. we immediately contacted the concord police. >> police say they believe what happened was an isolated incident. investigators would not say if the two teenagers knew each other. more information is coming out about the shasta county woman freed last week after she was being held for three weeks. >> during the interviews with sherri, she described the sequence of events to the best of her recollection. remember that she was held against her will and was isolated. >> in what is described as an intense interview, sherri papini told investigators two armed latino women ab ducked her. authorities are bringing in a sketch artist but it could be difficult because the captors hid their faces and at times hid sherri papini's face so she couldn't see anything. after her husband provided details, the sheriff said that she was branded but she refuse
today go into more detail because it could jeopardize the investigation. her friends are doing whatever they can to support her. >> very beautiful soul inside and out. just a very nice young lady. >> sherri papini's husband says she was tortured and starved during the ordeal. she weighed only 87 pounds and her long blond hair had been cut off and suffered a broken nose. the younger captor is described as having long curly air pierced ears and thick eyebrows. an an muss person offered up a six-figure ransom for her safe return. although the money was never claimed a friend of sherri papini and a consultant says the money may have made a difference. >> it was an incredibly large sum of money. six figures. no dollar amount. let your imagin nation ride on that. in less than 24 hours, she is home. >> can we take this and duplicate this process and apply it to other missing
person or abduction cases throughout the world, throughout the u.s. especially and tweak it to fit the individual case and see if we can offer support and help in that way? >> boeing the family friend and the ransom expert we heard from say they would like to see this case used as a model to help families who have loved ones who have been abducted. a man and girlfriend shot on interstate 580 in the city of oakland. >> i heard about eight or nine shots go off almost in one cluster. >> in 20 minutes, the hunt for the gunman as a relative of one of the victims talks about the latest freeway shooting in the east bay. president-elect donald trump has threatened to repel saturday of the affordable care act. the new numbers out this morning, about how many people don't want to see an end to it. getting into san francisco, you can see traffic is going to be okay on the bridge. i'll tell you what the toll plaza delay looks like when we come back. well, there's a little
conditioning plant after meeting with the company to save jobs before heading to mexico. trump supporters say it shows the president-elect can save american jobs. >> just as the president-elect and the vice president-elect they will go to indiana, mike pence's indiana and join with carrier and announce that thousand jobs or so will remain in the united states of america. that's exactly what he ran on. >> what i would observe is if he is successful in doing that 804 more times, then he will meet the record of manufacturing jobs that were created in the united states while president obama was in office. >> president-elect trump and vice president-elect mike pence will also appear at a rally in cincinatti. the first stop of a thank you tour in the swing state that's gave mr. trump his will be victory. nancy pelosi will keep the leadership job she has held since 2003. >> this opportunity is a special one to lead the house democrats, bring everyone together, as we go forward.
>> pelosi defeated challenger tim ryan of ohio by a vote of 134-63. the last time that pelosi was challenged back in 2010, 43 legislators voted against her. some members argued it was time for a changing saying she is outdated. house democrats picked up over six seats in last month's election. they have lost nearly 60 seats over the past six years. new this morning, a new poll shows most americans don't want donald trump to repeal obamacare. they found 26% of respondents supported repelling the affordable care act. 30% favored expanding it. even republicans who backed trump had a change of heart. in october the same survey found 69% of republicans wanted the law repelled. after the election, that number dropped to 52%. however, the percentage of those wanting to see obamacare scaled back, more than doubled. major league baseball
reached a new collective bargaining agreement hours before a midnight deadline. players and owners need to ratify the deal. it bans smokeless tobacco for any player. one that has one day of major league service is exempt. statewide ban goes into effect next year. also in this new deal, the league that wins the all-star game will no longer have home field advantage in the world series. instead the advantage will go to the team with the better regular season record. also the minimum stay on the disabled list will be reduced from 15 days to 10. so teams can make quicker roster decisions. there will be increased drug testing. and starting in 2018, the regular season will be 187 days instead of 183 to add four more scheduled off days for teams. they like to have the rests because they travel six months out of the year. >> yes. traveling the roads this morning, the problem on the
dumbarton bridge, i wonder if people are taking other routes to work and school today. >> yes. we're checking in that. we're looking at the other approaches to some of the other bridges including the bay bridge. i'm happy to say things are a little better. 45 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the mac maze is not bad. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza you will see the traffic is going to be busy at the toll plaza. they cleared the accident in san francisco on southbound 101. and that should have a big effect on what we have on the bay bridge. i want to mention the dumbarton bridge, pardon me, because westbound traffic has been slow because of an eastbound crash heading from menlo park over to newark involving a big rig and a car. one lane is open eastbound but that is slowing traffic down. westbound you can get a good look at it near the side of the river. they are cleaning up a diesel spill as well. what you need to know is it will be a tough commute. i would use either the san
mateo bridge or 237. both of those would be crowded but i would recommend it over the dumbarton bridge commute. let's go out and take a look at some other things we have going on. in fact, that's it that we have for this report. i'll look at the south bay next time around. steve. >> that's enough, sal, with that dumbarton bridge. >> it is enough. >> thank you, sir. all quiet right now. it is going to get cold and windy next week. probably not a lot of snow in the sierra unless things change. we are off to a good start here from october and parts of november. the latter half of november was good. on december 1st, not too shabby here for squaw, sugar bowl, mount rose and kirkwood. we could use more. maybe there will be some coming down the old weather pipeline. 32 up in bear valley. thank you olivia for that information. cloud cover was there this morning. it is long gone now except for a little patch of fog around livermore. that is thick. really thick. it won't last much longer. the dry air will get rid of it.
for some, it hasn't arrived yet. santa rosa, not that strong. but a sign of things to come. 30sand 40s on your temperatures. quite cold. a few upper 20s this morning. kelseyville was in there. around calistoga, upper 20s. very low 30s. still 30s for many. windsor, petaluma, mill valley. northwest napa made it to 33. now 37. 35 in ukiah. we had a 31 up in leggett. next week could be very cold up in the mountains. for us, the clouds have cleared out rapidly here. it will be sunny and nice. but the breeze is going to play into the forecast later today. more likely tonight and into friday. it will be a north wind. will be south, high pressure to the north. that will crank up the breeze. lots of sun and a little warmer. cold morning but the breeze will pick up. temperatures slightly above average here. more 60s now than 50s. 50s and low 60s. the days are now very short.
you get to 4:00 and the temperature takes a plunge. it will be nice the next few days and sunday as well. and then a cold and windy pattern looks to be setting up shot monday and tuesday. >> thank you, steve. >> you're welcome. fighting the debilitating effects of depression. when we return, the discovery found in a psychedelic drug. a gunman holding people inside a bank in florida. in just the past few minutes new developments about the hostage situation. kisses deluxe chocolates.
>> san francisco international airport officials are rushing to make emergency repairs to a sea wall that protects the air field from the bay. the airport's top official has called damage to the sea wall, quote, an imminent threat to airport property. erosion was de tucketted at the base of the sea wall of the shorter runways on the northern edge of the airport. the runways are usually used by departing aircraft. san francisco board of supervisors committee approved 1 and a half million dollars for emergency repairs. the full board is expected to vote on that next tuesday. cal train has a new partner in helping to prevent suicides on the train tracks. several teenagers have killed themselves on the tracks the past several years. a nonprofit organization crisis text line hopes to help those desperate. volunteers say this could help people who are more likely to text than to call. call.
>> it's accessible. their mom doesn't hear them through the wall. they can do it from school. we actually see a spike every day during lunchtime because kids are texting during school. >> signs about the crisis text line will start going up on monday. the service is already available right now. anyone can text the word bay, b- a-y to 741741. counselors will get in touch with those in crisis in less than two minutes. there are new questions about the use of marijuana, especially in the workplace. california voters approved the use of recreational marijuana last month. but that law allows employers to ban smoking as well as continued testing workers for marijuana use. and it allows companies to keep their zero tolerance policies in place. some advocates say companies should rethink those policies. they suggest that employers treat off the job marijuana use the same way they treat people who drink alcohol away from
work. researchers say the psychedelic drug in what many call magic mushrooms may help those stricken with cancer. the active ingredient in the mushrooms can treat anxiety and depression among cancer patients. they reported feeling better hours after taking the drugs and the effects lasted up to six months. scientists caution they are in the preliminary stages of the research and people should not self medicate. researchers are looking into if ecstasy can treat ptsd. there have been clinical trials approved to test the effectiveness of the drugs. a group of combat veterans with ptsd did not respond to standard drugs but more than half reported their symptoms improved after taking just three doses of ecstasy. access to millions of computers and smart phones all with one single search warrant. up next, a controversial new law that goes into effect today. also 75 years after the day
which will live in infamy. a special event happening for a pearl harbor survivor. a slow commute in many areas. this is the macarthur maze coming around to the bay bridge. it is still slow. except for a little fog out towards pleasanton and livermore, we are good to go with the sunshine. but the breeze will play into the forecast. more on that.
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you're swaying with your friends. you bought the cheap seats on the lawn but you're having the time of your life. i thank the ktvu control room for bringing up arrow smith and this amazing view of the east bay 24. it could look worse than it does. a lot of story for you. >> a lot of story. i can't say i was one of those who were swaying at shoreline. my first concert was at the war field in san francisco. >> all right. >> i hit shoreline soon after that. i didn't have the -- >> i didn't have a lighter. i just swayed. >> nowadays, steve, they're using their phones, right. >> i have heard that. >> at concerts they have the lights on their phones. >> they don't use a lighters. >> back in the day. let's get to it. clear skies. a little fog maybe holding on. pleasanton and livermore. other than that, there it goes. the breeze is turning northerly. it will still be sunny but cold. temperatures in the 30s for many. lows forming down in southern california, high pressure to the north. that will be a wind provider.
north at fairfield and vacaville. it is trying at napa. that vat owe is northwest. it will eventually turn for all and pick up tonight and tomorrow. 30s and 40s still on the temperatures. even on the coast. upper 20s to the north. danville made it to 33. many 30s. brentwood popped up to 50 and upper 40s. some 30s holding on with the fog. it will clear out. we will have sunshine today. you can see the low forming right there. as it does, it will crank up the breeze by later this afternoon. especially tonight and into friday. lots of sun and a little warmer. cold morning. breeze picks up out of the north. temperatures slightly above average here. 50s and some now low 60s. the dumbarton is a bear there, sal. >> it is not a good commute. >> okay. >> one of the things that we have going is that the traffic westbound is very slow because people are looking at what is going on on the eastbound dumbarton bridge which is still down to one lane -- pardon me,
one lane eastbound because of the truck accident and diesel spill. they're being careful with the diesel as you might expect. the california department of fish and game is also on the scene. let's look at the commute on the san mateo bridge. this is a decent alternative. i like it. you see traffic is moving along okay. and we are looking at the bay bridge as well. it is backed up for a 15-minute delay. if the guys in the control can take me back to the maps real quick i promised you a south bay update. i want to deliver. northbound 101, 280 are all slow. nothing out of the ordinary. but these commutes are very slow into the west valley. at 8:30 let's go back to the desk. an update to the developing news that we brought you in the last half hour. a hostage vagues in jacksonville, florida. the suspect has surrendered and the hostages have been released unharmed. sheriff's deputies received a call about shots being fired
inside the community first credit union. when police arrived, the bank robber was still inside. negotiators were called in. gunshots were heard but it appears that no one was shot or injured. the good news, we can bring you an update to the breaking news. the standoff is over. the suspect is now in custody. well, shots were fired on a bay area interstate. two people were injured and traffic brought to a stand still for hours. christien kafton has more on what investigators want you to look at for as they search for the gunman. >> reporter: a man and woman in the vehicle were injured in that incident. no updates on their condition at this point. but family members say at this time, they have no idea why the couple was targeted. >> my cousin wasn't into anything. neither was the female. so we have no idea. all they do is work and take care of their kids. >> reporter: oakland police station say it happened at 3:15 yesterday afternoon just at the start of the rush hour, causing a major backup on pie 580 near
fruit vail. the freeway did not reopen until 5:15. at least one round of bullets traveled through the watch the driver managed to control the car until it got off the freeway. it had a pink lyft sticker in the window but the driver did not appear to be working at the time. >> we're following up with leads from witnesses, who saw a description of the vehicle and the shooters. >> reporter: oakland police are working with california highway patrol and with caltrans trying to review any traffic cams in the area to see if they picked up either the shooting or the suspect vehicle. also, police are asking anybody who was driving in the area at the time to check their vehicle to see if they may have been struck by a stray bullet. in oakland, christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. >> we now know the name of the cirque du soleil technician who was killed while setting up for a show in san francisco. he was the son of one of the founders. he was hit in the head by a lift inside the tent.
his father, cofounded cirque du soleil back in 1984. cal osha is investigating. tuesday and wednesday nights performances were canceled. the status of tonight's performance has not been determined yet. officials it contra costa county say two other people were sickened after a thanksgiving meal. that brings the total to 19 people who got sick after eating thanksgiving dinner at the american legion hall in antioch. they're asking the cdc for help now in testing for other possible causes. a new rule that takes effect today allows federal agents with the single search warrant to get into the millions of americans computers or smart phones at once. yesterday a bipartisan group of senators tried but failed to block the new rule from taking effect. privacy advocates say it gives the government too much access to the private information kept on computers and phones. the justice department says the
rule is necessary to keep up with the changes in the technology used by criminals. and now fbi agents will be able to go to just one judge to get a warrant to access thousands or even millions of computers infected by hackers. our question of the day is about this law and really about digital private knee general. how far is too far has been a debated question for some time, especially when it comes to national security. >> we want to know, how much of your digital privacy are you willing to give up in the name of national security? let us know what you think by posting a comment on our facebook page or tweets using the hashtag #ktvu. responses coming in already. next to none of it. >> if the government cannot adequately provide a security, then i don't trust them with any of my privacy. >> with nothing to hide, i have no issue with it except if it's looked through without my permission. keep those responses coming. we appreciate it. we will read more of them for
you in the 9:00 hour. 7 people are confirmed dead in a string of fires in tennessee. the first fire started on monday in gatlinburg. investigators say they think it was human caused. strong winds fanned the flames, sparking other fires and forcing thousands to evacuate. there's still a lot of danger for first responders and the families trying to return home. >> the search is so important to go into all of these homes, all of these rental cabins, all of these, you know, search every house in gatlinburg. you know, that's a major job because you have trees down and power lines down, which is -- some of them are still live. >> hundreds of homes have been destroyed. the fire caught many by surprise because it spread so quickly. it is just 10% contained this morning. country music star and legend dolly parton is launching an effort to help those affected by the wildfires. she grew up in that area. she has established the my people fund.
the plan is to provide $1,000 a month to those who are now homeless. families can apply for the help as soon as tomorrow. her theme park dolly wood escaped fire damage. new this morning, american astronaut and hero buzz aldrin fell ill and had to be medically evacuated from the south pole. these are pictures of aldrin who went there as part of a special tour group. his health deteriorated and he was flown out on the first available flight. he is heading to new zealand for treatment. he is currently listed in stable condition and under the care of a doctor. buzz aldrin was the second man to walk on the moon after neil armstrong. happening now, a special honor for survivor on the attack 75 years ago at pearl harbor. >> allie rasmus is live at san francisco's airport where a special sendoff is taking place. allie. >> reporter: gasia and mike, we are at the sfo at the united terminal. you can see people boarding a flight for honolulu. you can also see behind me members of the color guard
carrying the american flag and the u.s. navy flag. that's because on board the flight is one of the five still living survivors of the uss arizona and the attack on pearl harbor. luke hunter was escorted through the terminal this morning. much applause. there were people passing by him cheering, telling him thank you for your service. united airlines is flying him and 33 of his family members to honolulu for a special commemoration ceremony. that is going to be happening december 7th. the anniversary of the bombing of pearl harbor. i had a chance to speak with him earlier. he is in good health. he was a quarter master on the uss arizona. he vividly remembers the morning of the bombing and it was pure luck that allowed him to survive and not so many others. >> we call them a hero. we're not the heroes. the heroes are those who gave their life that day. we came home and got married
and had children, grandchildren, great grand children. we're just luck . >> the captains want to meet you too. >> reporter: a special sendoff here for pearl harbor survivor. you can see so many people have gathered. this is all happening at san francisco airport just this morning. a lot of love and appreciation. and many, many thank yous being said. it is incredible that we are able to bring you his story so many years later. still to come on mornings on 2, apple stores around the bay area being targeted by groups of thieves. up next, the new bold crimes police are trying to solve. also a video by bart featuring warriors star green now under investigation. the allegations being made involving the recent election. and it's still going to be slow in many areas, including that dumbarton bridge approach. the bay bridge approach too. we will break it down for you
killed a city worker while he was cleaning up graffiti. jackson was shot near 25th and vermont streets yesterday morning. he was taken to san francisco general hospital just blocks away after he was pronounced dead. police have been released details about a possible motive. san francisco mayor ed lee has ordered the city flag to be flown at half-staff until after sunset today. more about the deadly shooting at a shopping center. police released these three photos of the suspects. they are facing charges including murder, attempted murder and robbery. it happened during a drug deal. one is accused of firing shots into the car of raymond on monday night near the texas roadhouse restaurant. raymond was killed. one of his passengers was hurt. another person was parked in a nearby car and was also hurt. the suspects were arrested a short time later. there have been a number of recent thefts at bay area apple stores. thieves hit the store on chestnut in san francisco last
night. someone at the store said four or five men grabbed 30 iphones and a source tells us that there was a similar theft at an apple store on monday night where thieves tackled a security guard. on black friday, several people grabbed iphones and computers from the apple store in corte madera. the oakland public ethics commission is criticizing the ticket policy forests at the oakland coliseum and arena. oakland has free use of a suite with the warriors. the commission says politicians or city staff who use the suite are supposed to list a reason for visiting the complex. the most frequent reasons given are reviewing or inspenting the building. but the commission says there is little proof that any work is being done during the game. the investigation into the ticket policy was sparked by a newspaper report. the ethics commission says there needs to be someone overseeing who gets free tickets to games. this bart video is being
investigated that features green. the commission are looking into allegations that bart used public funds to campaign for measure rr. a complaint filed with the commission says green's script in the video contained phrases often used by bart and the committee campaigning for the three and a half billion dollars measure. it prohibits public agencies to spend money to support a candidate or measure. bart says it did not pay for the video and did not provide a script about will fully cooperate with the investigation. the time is 8:44. let's bring in sal castaneda. sal, speaking of the warriors, will the win streak continue? the rockets are in town for a little game tonight. >> i know. you never know because last year at this time they had won 24 straight. >> that's right. >> they lost that game. >> this year, you just don't know what is going to happen. we've already lost two. this is a good team coming in. let's look at what we have now. the traffic will be busy on the dumbarton bridge eastbound. you can ceterach i can is going to be busy westbound because of
the crash. it's been there for an hour and a half. a truck accident with a diesel spill. traffic is very slow. i would not recommend the dumbarton bridge. nearby in the south bay, we have a lot of slow traffic on 85, 280 and 101 trying to get up to the west valley. it is a norm morning, just a little busier than normal if i had to handicap your commute. let's take a look at 280. better in downtown san jose. it is beginning to improve. quickly a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. still a 20 minute delay, 25 minute delay at the toll plaza and another ten on the bridge. 8:45. let's go to steve. >> sal, the rockets shoot a lot of threes now. they run and gone. >> yes. and if they're having a good night and making all their 3s, it could be a problem. >> then take the over. >> okay. >> you're right. correct. all right. let's get to it here. clear skies. still fog out around livermore and pleasanton and maybe the napa airport. otherwise it is clear. a lot of cloud cover early,
early. that is out of the picture. it will be sunny here. the breeze is beginning to pick up a little bit. it was cold this morning. 39 on my back porch in san mateo this morning. shot up to 41. we understand that. it is cold. 20s and 30s this morning and 40s. did have a few upper 20s up in kelseyville and parts of napa county and eventually this will kick in a little bit. northwest at santa rosa. more likely tonight and tomorrow. 30s and 40s right now. brentwood says 50. it might be a breeze out there. some of that fog showing up had a lot of 30s on the peninsula. low to mid-40s. pacifica 50 and 51. a nice sunny day over at the coast. upper 40s, mid 40s in morgan hill. 39 scott's valley. boulder creek 38. santa clara says 39 but i believe they are a little warmer now. 35 in reno. 35 in ukiah.
lake tahoe, teens and 20s. it is cold now but even colder next week. lots of sunshine. the fog if there's any left gets out of here quick. clouds and clearing out. sunny and nice weather. but the breeze will play into the forecast. it will be out of the north/northeast tonight and tomorrow. 50s and low 60s. the temperatures are going slightly above average for this time of year. let's face it, the days are not very long once you get to december. even if you hit 62 or 63, it will back off quick. pretty nice into saturday. still on sunday it looks like a cold and breezy windy pattern early next week. >> thank you, steve. >> you're welcome. people all over the world are working world aids day. in san francisco, hundreds gathered at golden gate park last night. there are more than 3,000 names engraved there, commemorating those who have died from the disease. one is joel kaiser. last night was the first time that his sister, natalie miller
visited the memorial. >> my brother has been dead for over 25 years. but he was like everything to me. theirs as much as i know i miss him. >> there will be another commemoration at the memorial grove at noon today with the reading of the engraved names. the san francisco chronicle is reporting there is no more room for names on the memorial. they are looking into another way to memorialize a victim, maybe a sidewalk of engraved bricks. gifts that appeal to hackers. the list you that may want to check twice before you head out to do the holiday shopping.
♪ ♪ all the care your family needs. all connected for you. >> all right. breaking news out of lake county. sheriff's deputies are searching for an armed man who shot four people earlier this morning, including a 6-year-old girl. that shooting happened near the town of clearlake oaks just north of clearlake. lake county sheriffs investigators say the suspect entered a home with a shotgun,
fired it, killing one woman and injuring a man, woman and the 6- year-old girl. now, investigators have identified the suspect as this man here on your screen. his vehicle was located in the area where the shooting happened. however, he is still on the run and considered armed and dangerous. if you see him, deputies say do not approach him. but to call 911. before you download another app, there is a warning that you need to know about. >> plus, are the gifts you're giving or just getting this year on the most hackable list? pam cook joins us with all of the business news. >> stocks to watch. sketchers, a company we have not talked about for a while is doing well this morning after seven analysts put it on a buy rating on the stock. up 8% this morning. checking in on the opening bell. stocks in general up. that is forest mann.
ringing the bell today. celebrating 25 years in business. checking the markets as a whole. stocks are up in part on the announcement from o pac to cut oil production. that is helping stocks around the world. do you jones up almost 80 points. almost up half of a percent. s&p 500 also doing well. but the nasdaq once again getting hit. i'm looking at most of the 100 components in the nasdaq, all down today. a warning before you download another app. hackers managed to gain access to 1.3 million google accounts, e-mails, photos and documents through android phones. computer researchers at check point, a cyber security firm, confirms that the hackers made their way into the accounts through bogus apps. well, gadgets and tech toys are high on a lot of holiday wish lists. you might want to find out if you're gifting or getting also on the most hackable list.
intel security and mac fee says laptops top the list. intel says keeping the software and the operating systems up to date as well as using strong passwords and only secure wi-fi will prevent a lot of problems later on. also on the list, smart home devices. those are new and popular right now. media players. there is a new addition to the list, drones. be careful with that. your sleepless nights should be a wake-up call from your boss. it costs the u.s. economy $400 billion in lost productivity. there is major health consequences. we have talked about that before. if you get less than six hours of sleep, you have a 13% higher mortality risk. of course all of us here on the early morning shift and if you're on the early morning shift and you have kids who are busy late at night which is definitely me. >> raise your hand. >> right here. >> looking for things to counter act this or what can we
do. i'm looking at sleep studies all the time. it is interesting. 20 minutes of meditation every day can help offset that. >> oh. >> quiet time. not meditation like looking through your tablet. >> that doesn't count. >> no. >> quiet. 20 minutes of quiet time will help. >> all right. we will try it. >> there's hope for us. >> good. >> honoring the soccer players killed this week in the south american plane crash. the emotional tribute as investigators continue to analyze cockpit recordings just moments before the crash. ♪ music: it's a small world after all ♪
come join us this season, at the all new festival of holidays event... ...including the new world of color season of light show... now at the disneyland resort. >> later this morning, the cough incompetent containing the ashes of former cuban leader fidel castro will continue their journey across the island nation. overnight it was in santa clara. 80% of the population practices santaria. followers brought pictures and candles to the alter.
the religion combines christianity and african beliefs. he allowed them to be somebody. castro's funeral will be held this sunday. early this morning, up in tacoma, washington a man suspected of shooting and killing a police officer was shot and killed by police. officers had surrounded a home for 11 hours where he was holed up. during the standoff, the suspect used two children as shields. then about 3:30 a.m. an officer was able to take a shot at the suspect, killing him. both children are safe. the police officer who was shot and killed had respond today a domestic violence call yesterday. he was 45 years old and had been on the force tore 17 years. mourners in columbia are paying tribute to the brazilian soccer players who died in the plane crash on tuesday. people brought flowers and lit candles and cried together. there were also smiles as balloons were launched in the names of each of the crash victims. investigators are now listening to the cockpit voice recordings from the minutes just before that charter jet
crashed. there are reports that the pilot had requested permission to land because of a fuel problem but he did not declare an emergency. a female air traffic controller explained another plane had priority because of a mechanical problem. he was told to weight 7 minutes. the pilot radioed again saying he had a complete electrical failure without fuel. but it was too late and the charter jet began the four minute death spiral into the mountain side. there was no fire because there was so little fuel inside the plan. california's contractor's state license board wants to take action against the contractor who built the apartment building where the balcony collapsed last year. they could revoke the license of segue construction for sub par work and suspend the licenses for the contractors when the balcony was constructed.
if it had been built as descend it would not have collapsed. the epa has given a bay organization $120,000 grant to protect the health of nail salon workers. they will use the money to help salons get the designation of a healthy nail salon that was established for salons that avoid certain toxic ingredients. businesses in alameda, san francisco, santa clara and san mateo counties can sign up to get no interest no fee loans to buy nail products without toxic ingredients and purchase equipment for better ventilation. friendly sea otter gave a kay accused of childer in monterey county a big surprise. john and his wife were paddling on tuesday when look what happened. a sea otter jumped right into the boat. his wife took the pictures. the otter made himself at home, rolling around, scratching his back, initialing his shoe. he didn't know what he should do. the couple eventually started paddling and he jumped back into the water. another surprise for whale
watchers. orcas, right off of the coast of newport beach in orange county, right up there very close. today at 9:00, legal analysts michael cordoza weighs in on the arrest of a high school student. what this means for a new home for the oakland a's. spreading the holiday cheer. we look at gift ideas that also give back. ♪[music] >> all right. talk about tearing it up. the 2016-2017 ski season is here as you can see in this beautiful video sent to us by our good friend kevin, coop. head down the hill. whatever works for you. it is december 1st. >> yeah. you know where to go. base at squaw, 32 inches base at sugar bowl, 50. 23 at kirkwood. looking good as