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ktvu fox2. we begin with a desperate search for a mother and her two children. she was supervised with visits with her children. 24 hours ago, authorities say she slipped away during one of the visits and has not been seen since. the authorities are taking the next step to find the woman by issuing an amber alert. thanks for joining us tonight. tonight we are hearing from a family friend that has been urgently trying to reach the woman. she has not had any luck. >> the family friend is worried. you do not -- does not think the mother will hurt the children. you said she planned to take them away for months. she was upset that her children were in foster care. an amber alert has been issued for the whereabouts of diana m she kidnapped her two children. there one-year-old alexander penaloza and 11-year- old pricila penaloza.
the police say the abduction took lace. at 5:30 on friday evening, the mother was visiting her children. a social worker with the child protective services was with them. the social worker took the daughter to the restroom. that's when the police say the mother and son disappeared. when the social worker went to find them, the daughter went missing. >> she is mad. she has not slept all night. she's been thinking about the kids. >> natosha's mother is friends with diana marrero. the mother did not speak english. she gave us permission to speak to natosha. according to them, diana moreira-del rio is originally from mexico, lost custody of her children one year ago. someone reportedfamily was living in their car. the children's biological fathers moreira-del rio was unhappy that her children were in the foster system. >> she says i'm going to take the kids. i want to have them. i want to have them every day.
she did not know what to do.>> reporter: diana moreira-del rio is driving a mini cooper, similar to this one. it has california license plates. authorities believe they are heading to colorado springs. that's where diana moreira-del rio's family lives. >> they are probably sleeping in the car. my mom told her, if you don't have anywhere to sleep, you can sleep at our house. we don't know where she is.>> reporter: everyone is up and she turned herself in. she has a felony warrant for kidnapping. anyone with information is asked to call 911. live in the deadly confrontation in danville. the city's police chief says the started with a call to them aboubeing shot and killed. alyssa harrington spoke to people who heard the chaos and gunfire and what is danville's
first officer involved shooting in 10 years. >> reporter: a deadly shooting shut down a busy stretch of downtown danville on saturday. this happened after 11:00 a.m. neighbors are the gunfire. >> i heard gunshots clearly. i heard the sirens right away. i knew something very serious happened. >> reporter: cindy was at her apartment. she was on the phone at the time. is>> reporter: even my friend who was on the other and said, is not gunshots? she said they sounded so close. >> reporter: the incident started half a mile away on laurel drive. the police chief says officers were called to check on a report about a su the driver fled, leading police on a chase through town. they ended up on diabroad and front street where the officers tried to make an arrest. >> unfortunately, the driver drove right out one of the officers. fearing for his life, the officer fired his weapon toward
the vehicle. he tried to get the drive to stop. >> reporter: the driver was shot and crashes car. he died at the hospital. the sheriff's office is handling the investigation. we saw them launching grounds to survey the crime scene. the residents of this quiet, east baytown are shocked. >> i've never heard of anything like that before. is >> reporter: it's very safe here. >> reporter: it was named the safest city in this date. >> it's very shocking. i just moved here in july. it is a very quiet, peaceful, wonderful place to live. i walk down here twice a day. i walk in the evenings and when it's dark. i have no fear. it is totally safe. >> reporter: this intersection on front street was shot down for seven hours on saturday.
the police are still investigating the circumstances. they have not released the name of the suspect or the officer. reporting for ktvu fox2 news. with less than 72 hours before the vote is final. nancy pelosi was drumming support for her party. >> are you ready? are you ready for a great democratic victory? >> she was speaking at red to blue headquarters in san francisco. she said that she is a growing movement. there is a growing movement for change across the country. in order to make it happen, people must get out and vote. >> i know we will win. i hope we win the senate. we will when many governorships and statehood seeds. we are not winning for democrats over republicans. we are winning for the united states of america.
>> volunteers working the phones at the headquarters took a break for a moment to listen to her speak. it was right back to work after that. [ indiscernible ] spoke it -- dolores park. props he will place an extra tax on some of the city's wealthiest companies. >> the salesforce has been built on the back of san francisco. so many great businesses in san francisco have been built on the back of san francisco peer companies like to salesforce and twitter, and square, like strike and dropbox. all the companies that you know when uses started in san francisco, it's time that we can give back. that's what propositions he allows us to do. that's why i supported. big business pay, you don't pay. >> it would raise $300 million for mental health services and homelessness. small and medium-size businesses and individual taxpayers are exempt. they lack accountability, and it could lead to job losses. president trump stood for republican candidates in
montana. matt rosen dale is challenging john tester with a slight lead in the race. at the montana rally, he headed for the campaign stop in pensacola, florida. he talked about the economy and criticized democrats. >> you all know crying chuck? you know nancy pelosi. or, the legendary genius, maxine waters. if they take power, they will try to wipe away all the we have done. at the same time, they will double, triple, and quadruple your taxes. we are not going to let it happen. he has been to 26 midterm rally since the start of october. while vice president mike pence is holding 11 campaign events in nine cities over the final days.
former vice president joe biden was in ohio today. the democrat is looking to keep his seat. richard is running for governor. he has been fighting for six democratic governments -- governors in 22 states. we have life coverage from 7:00 until 10:00 as a result come in. tune into ktvu fox2 for complete coverage on the 10:00 and 11:00 news. new at 10:00, brett is under fire for a tweet that many users are calling racists. earlier today, he tweeted the photo of president trump at a campaign rally, where native americans were sitting behind him wearing traditional headdresses. is tweet said, elizabeth warren's relatives are backing trump in montana. that is a mode. warns that she is of native american descent. that led president trump to mock her. many twitter users responded to
it calling it disgusting. they also urged the raiders to fire him. we have reached a comment, but have not heard back. a crash at a construction site on interstate 880 caused traffic to come to a standstill. the please say a woman under the influence crashed, sending girders and the freeway. sarah reports for us. the northbound lanes were closed for seven hours. they did reopen at 11:00 this morning. >> reporter: three steel girders, 85 feet long, scattered across four lanes of traffic at 23rd avenue in oakland. this ride that should've taken a couple of minutes. a >> normally it takes 10 to 15 minutes. >> it took me an hour and a half. >> reporter: visit construction
zone. she was going 100 miles per hour, under the influence. she crashed into support beams holding the steel girders around 3:40 a.m. investigators tracked the direction the driver was going with these green dots. they do believe the driver started in the slow lane and was going very fast. she lost control. she hit the concrete barrier, flipped onto it and hit the support beams. the girders came down. >> we do not believe there was any confusion as to the roadway surfaces or dangerous curves. we do not believe that any of that was a factor in this collision. >> reporter: the woman was taken to the hospital for non- life-threatening injuries. she was later arrested for dui. the construction as part of the caltrans project to replace the 23rd avenue bridge. it was set to reopen next week. this at the crash and not affect the schedule or the safety of the structure. >> the support beams are not affecting the main integrity of the bridge. these are support beams. the main beams are
time in a while that the crews were not out working on the project according to caltrans. if they were, this crash could have been much worse. is >> reporter: overnight work is very dangerous. it is dangerous just for construction. we want everybody to be safe. >> reporter: in oakland, ktvu fox2 news. the raiders are continuing to shake up the roster under jon gruden's tutelage. we have that later in sports wrap. we are learning more about a man who opened fire out of florida yoga studio. we are learning more about his motive. the first week in november is off to a very warm start. look at all of the 70s and 80s this afternoon. coming up, the temperature change in the sunday forecast. and when the red flag warning comes to an end. mornings with ktvu means more power to you. >> the power to know before you get up and go. development capitol hill. >> you can conquer your commute. >> you can dress for success.
state regulators are cracking down on bars that sell cannabis and alcohol products. one bar had to stop selling a drink that contained cbd oil. doug johnson has a story.>> reporter: the manager at our 15 in downtown sacramento tells us off-camera that chronic aid is no longer available. the vodka-based drink included cbd oil, and ingredient derived from cannabis. is >> you cannot miss cannabis and alcohol. >> reporter: he is a spokesman for the california department of alcohol beverage control, also known as abc. >> as a regulator of locations that manufacture alcohol, we're trying to do everything we can to help educate licensees. this is the first year that we have the new law where cannabis is legal.
you cannot mix cannabis and alcohol. >> they said they got the idea for chronic aid from bars in los angeles and san francisco.>> reporter: the state has been trying to catch up with license holders, to let them know it is technically illegal to do that. >> where trying to get the word out. we put an advisory on the homepage of our website. we sent out industry advisories to the alcoholic beverage injured -- industries in california.>> reporter: they say this was not purchased at a dispensary. cbd oil does not normally contain thc. the active ingredient in marijuana that will make you high. they did by the oil at the sacramento food co-op. nonetheless, they say bars cannot mix it with alcohol. >> you cannot sell the to in the same location. >> reporter: they pass a new bill, further strengthening the ban on selling pot infused alcoholic drinks and banned the sale of marijuana where alcohol
is being sold. >> the idea of putting these two products together, and ending up the effects is about the underlying concern about how beneficial is this? what are the risks? anybody who is using this, and get the buzz, and is impaired, we don't want that. that was doug johnson reporting. there strengthening restrictions on pot infused drinks. that goes into effect in january. a 6-year-old boy died from his injuries suffered in a rollover crash in antioch. investigator said the teenager was a passenger in a pickup truck that collided with the tesla at 4:45 yesterday afternoon. the teenager was thrown from the truck and dined at the hospital. to other people on the truck suffered non-life-threatening injuries. it looks like the tesla hit the rear bed of the pickup truck , causing it to rollover. one person was ejected before came to rest against the power pole.
there were four patients total. there was one major, to moderate, and one minor. the driver of the pickup, 19-year-old resident is cooperating with investigators. alcohol and drugs do not appear to be a factor. the truck driver was traveling well over the speed limit at the time of the crash. switching gears now. this is something that will affect everyone. do not forget to turn your clocks back an hour tonight. daylight savings time comes to an and at 2:00 tomorrow morning. we all get an extra hour of sleep. californians have been changing their clocks twice a year to save energy since 1949. state voters head to the polls on tuesday to decide the fate of proposition seven. that ballot measure would give the state legislature authority to make changes to the time zone. to make it permanent in california, approval is required from congress and the president. fire crews in santa rosa without a structure fire at a recycling facility this afternoon. the fire broke out into:30 at a
marine facility between moreland and spanish avenues. flames spread into nearby vegetation. the fire crews got the upper hand on it. nobody was hurt. the cause of the fire is under investigation. alameda county firefighters and flames on a high school have been deemed an electrical fire. it is believed to have started in the junction box mounted on the roof of the school. it's between 200 home the administration building. and no one was hurt. take a look at this video if you can. this is a fiery sunset in the bay area this evening. the red flag warning is still in effect for parts conditions with high temperatures. here to tell us more about the conditions is our meteorologist. you have been telling about this for 48 hours. we are getting cl to the terminal point of this. we have a strong wind this morning. the wind has backed off a
little bit over the past few hours. there's elevated fire danger overnight. satellite is showing scattered high clouds in northern california and the bay area. we had heat today. the clouds and it -- added some smog. the main storm track is up to the north. take a look at the wind speeds over the last 24 hours. we had strong gusts. this is why we do have the red flag warning and placed toward mount diablo. it did gust up to 57 miles per hour. mount saint helene had 55 miles per hour. open hills had 28 per hour. the wind is getting weaker close to the surface. the strongest wind event was earlier today. the red flag warning for the northbay hills and the east bay hills lasted a few days. you cannot see the northeast flow in place. in place it is until 6:00 a.m. on monday. we could have gusts at 40 miles per hour at the higher peaks.
the highs this afternoon were warm. look at all the 70s and 80s. we did cool off a little bit yesterday. we had a big rebound in temperatures this afternoon. santa rosa is an 87. antioch is 84. this is a live look at the bay bridge. we have scattered high clouds tonight. you can see them right here. you can see the main storm track up to the north. right now, as far as current temperatures, we have a lot of 60s. a few neighborhoods are back down into the 50s. i am tracking cooler temperatures on sunday. we will talk about that, and let you know if we have a chance for rain in the five day forecast. crab season starts today. they can drop their pots at midnight tonight. there is a limit. you can catch 10 crabs per person. the commercial season opens on november 15. that gives grabbers on sports boats a few days to have your
pickup of the dungeness crab. the popular spot to take apples for crabbing our half moon bay, san francisco, berkeley, and emeryville. the giants have a public celebration of life to honor willie mccovey. is scheduled for thursday at 11:30 a.m. at at&t park. it will be open to all fans and attendees are being asked to enter through the willie mays gates. transportation is encouraged. he passed away earlier this week at the age of 80. today marks one week since a man shot and killed 11 people inside of a pittsburgh synagogue. the services held across the country to pay tribute to the victims with people of all faiths attending. >> everyone came together. everyone said, we don't want hatewant love. ♪
we're learning more about the two people killed in a shooting at a yoga studio yesterday in tallahassee, florida. the victims have been identified as 61-year-old nancy, professor at florida state university. 21-year-old mart [ indiscernible ], student. five others were injured. the shooter, scott paul beierle, post attic -- posed as a customer. he began a shooting. the 40-year-old was arrested for roping women. he also had a number of anti- women videos on his youtube page. investigators did not draw direct connection between the suspect and any of the victims. he killed himself before ootin synagogue that left 11 people dead, the community came together for a healing service. as becky reports, vigils and special services were held across the country.
>> reporter: a healing service outside the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh on saturday comes one week after the shooting that left 11 people dead. the temple is closed while police investigate the attacks. the tree of life congregants held a large the bought service. light rain fell outside. prayer, poetry, and song were about the emotional tribute, and a moment of silence for the deceased. community members huddled together, leaning on each other and trying to process the deadliest attack on the jewish people in american history. synagogues across the country say attendance for friday night services was much higher than usual this week. >> this shabbat is different. our community and our nation has suffered tragedy this past week. >> reporter: jewish leaders have encouraged leaders of all faith to attend friday evening services for a countrywide show of solidarity. impacted denver temples and
boston temples. they are letting everyone know they're not alone. >> everyone came together. everyone said, we don't want hate, we want love. >> reporter: saturday services also come one day after the last funeral for the 11 victims. 97-year-old rose mellinger was the oldest person killed in the attack. she was a member of the tree of life synagogue for 60 years. in new york, jackie heinrich, to news. putting grief into action, graduate student from washington, d.c. raised more than $1 million for victims of the tree of life synagogue victims. he received generosity from the jewish community. you wanted to get back. he said setting up the gofundme page took a moment of his time. hopefully it will have a three young girls and a woman died after a hidden run in wisconsin. the police say a girl scout troop was picking up trash on
the highway, one hour east of the minnesota border when a truck hit the victims. the driver of the truck fled the scene. later he turned himself in. : true will be charged with four counts of homicide, and the girl that was hit is still the hospital in critical condition. hyper looping developed by elon musk it could be up and running sooner than you think. up next, how it will work, and the first place you will be able to use it. doing campaigns for president trump and obama in the final stretch before to -- tuesday's election. how they are using immigration closed captioning for the 10:00 news is brought to you by mancini's. save up to $500 on your tempur- pedic and sleep world mattress. the nature of a virus is to change. move. mutate.
passionate about. garrett has more from washington on the continued war words between the current and former president. >> president trump's view of immigration is winning republicans. this is all about turnout. these are two issues that his bases passionate about. that's why at every rally, the president is using the issue of the caravan to attack democrats. >> as we speak, they are openly encouraging millions of illegal immigrants to violate our laws, disrespect our rules, and overrule -- overrun our borders. he's working to keep immigration at the forefront, by talking um policies. he's talking about unveiling a new policy of family separation. is not taken any action on these issues. this week he did send 5000 troops to the border. at a rally on friday for
democratic candidates, president obama called this a political stunt. >> don't believe what they are telling you. the biggest threat to america the biggest threat is impoverished refugees 1000 miles away. they are on foot. they have their babies with them. they are broke. they have no money. >> reporter: they are hammering the issue of immigration in red states where he won.he is hopin the massive caravan coming to the southern border and is tough talk on border security will help republicans keep cont reporting for 10 to news. voters in oregon will decide to keep the sectorial on the books. the ballot initiative 105 would repeal oregon sanctuary state
law passed unanimously back in 1987. it bars local police from using resources to enforce immigration law. those for immigration reform say policies like this that encourage, excuse me, they say the laws like this encourage entourages making their way to the u.s. border. there working to defeat the repeal. they want to keep the focus local, and non-caravans that president trump is doing, or the border wall. thousands of troops are at the mexican border. the caravan is hundreds of miles away. federal law blocks the military from operating in law enforcement. they cannot detain them or preventing them from entering the united states. they will assist in matters like crowd control. it may be necessary once they arrive. >> my worry is, if they fight each other, there may be innocent people hurt. they will be behind, or in the middle that will suffer
consequences. >> when the caravan arrives, 50,000 u.s. troops could be waiting for them from california to texas. it's unknown how many migrants will reach the border. some of them have already turned back. the republican chairman of the senate judiciary committee is going after a woman who he claims falsely accused judd brett kavanaugh rape. he has referred the woman to the justice department, so it can investigate false statements. she claimed to be the author of an anonymous allegation known as the jane doe letter. it was sent to senator -- a senator. she did admit that she was not the author, kavanaugh. they claim that during questioning, she did admit that she used the allegations as a tactic to bring attention to the issue of sexual assault. she made a similar referral concerning him. amazonas i'm about opening
a second headquarters in washington. the office complex to be located in an area called crystal city -- crystal city, south of the district. the deal would bring in 50,000 new jobs is not done yet. the seattle-based company is considering several possible locations. the hyper looping developed by elon musk could be up and running next month. the company ceo tweeted that he walked the full-length of the long tunnel. he says is on track to open on december 10. the hyperlink consists of a series of sealed tubes that connect stations run the county. shuttles inside the tubes can rrles per hour. have heartwarming update. this is about a vietnam war veteran who is desperate to save his dog, who is battling cancer. the veterinarian said it would
cause desmet cost 400,000 -- $4000. he did not have any luck. after sharing the story with us, gofundme account was put up. more than $4100 has been raised for pd's treatment. the formal housing community enrichment gets a playground. they built a playground for the children of crescent park apartments. it's a 2500 square foot apartment has a swing set, parallel bars, and an adventure bridge. >> we now have a nice place where they can come and enjoy. we have exercise and work equipment for the parents and adults if they want to stay fit. >> volunteers accommodated 60 children playing at once. it was paid for with a grant from the nonprofit kaboom. the first weekend is very
here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
ktvu fox2, complete bay area coverage. where breaking news out of hollister. a police pursuit came to an end near mcrae and south street. this started when officers in san jose witnessed a shooting. a vehicle occupied by three people approached another vehicle and shot inside. the officers tried to stop them. the driver refused. that started a student through city streets and onto southbound 101. the chp joined in on the chase. the three suspects were taken into custody. they will be taken to san jose. the victim was taken to a local hospital.
they have non-life-threatening injuries. with a check of the forecast, we have our meteorologist. the red flag warning will expire in a few hours. >> yes, it will expire at 6:00 a.m. we have cooler temperatures for the second half of the weekend. after today, we had toasty readings. take a look. we had 70s and 80s. san francisco matt -- maxed out at 76. tomorrow, it will be around 80. everyone will cool off a little bit. this is a camera looking out toward the bay bridge and ancis we don't have much in the way of fog right now. we could have a few patches first thing tomorrow morning. we could have high clouds added to the mix as well. satellite is showing you this. we have a storm track. the main impact is way up to the north at the pacific northwest. portland and seattle will get the most of this. the current numbers, we have 50s in santa rosa and nampa.
san francisco is checking in at 60 degrees. we have 59 degrees at livermore and fremont. this is a final reminder before we go to bed. tonight, change your clocks. this is fallback for sunday morning. look at the sunset time. sunset will be just after 5:00. this guy looks dramatically different when we have the time change. we will go back to standard time. this is the forecast. it was very warm today. where temperatures in the 70s and 80s. that's all due to this area of high pressure that setting up offshore. the wind direction was out of the northeast. tomorrow, we will see a bit of a change. as you can see, this area of low pressure moves in from the north. we will cool off on sunday. the temperatures will stabilize next week. we are looking for rainfall.
this is the forecast model through tuesday. we don't have much to show you. the most we can find is .01 toward eureka. beyond tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, it is still dry. we have a dry weather pattern for the upcoming week. possibly by the 12th or 13th, some of the forecast models hint at a chance of rain in the north bay. with wait a few days. will have cool temperatures tomorrow. we will have patchy fog in the morning. we have sunny skies. instead of the upper 80s, we will be in the upper 70s tomorrow afternoon. the beaches will be in the 60s. the forecast highs on sunday, santa rosa will be at 69. you will see low 70s. on the inland mid 80s. gilroy will be a 81. san francisco will be 68. the coast will be in the mid 60s. tomorrow is not bad. it will not be as warm as today. let's look at the five day
forecast. the temperatures will stabilize on monday and tuesday. i wish i could add a rain cloud. unfortunately, with this pattern, there is a chance we could have more red flag warnings over the next few days and the coming week. is something we have to keep an eye on. the next time we have a chance for rainfall, we will let you know. >> i watch the forecast. you are showing how many days would be before we have a chance of seeing rain. >> it might be the 11th or 12th. we have some hope. do not forget, we reminded everyone, set your clocks back before you go to bed tonight. otherwise you'll wake up in the morning and be thrown off. >> that is it from us right here. we have sports rap coming up next. we have a whole bunch of college football on saturday. stick around to see if accountable and upset. we have that and more, coming up next.
fox news sports rap starts right now. good evening, welcome to the saturday night sports rap. the bears are in the middle of an oppressive stretch. washington state has had some successive weeks. the bears were not impressed in the first quarter. evan weaver pix of a pass. weaver had a big interception for a touchdown last week against washington. the bears have a turnover turned into points. this is maleic mcmorris that gets a touchdown.
washington state answered right back. there were a lot of linemen coming in on a five yard score. they pick up 13 befoaded to the this passes picked off by taylor. he takes off for the end zone. barber runs them down and forces a fumble. it was fumbled out of the end zone. that was a touchback. they get the ball back. the bears have picked up a field goal in the second half. the game is tied 13-all, midway through the fourth quarter. >> the battle between two disappointing teams and seattle, both stanford and washington are expect to be his point in the season. this was another slow start for them. there already down 14-0 in the fourth-quarter. business at the stanford 26. this led to a six yard