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from ktvu fox 2 , this is mornings on 2. good morning to you, thank you for waking up with us, it is sunday, november 4, and i know that the time is confusing. >> good morning, happy sunday, we will have your weather coming up in a minute, some of the headlines on this sunday morning, there is an amber alert with a woman accused of kidnapping her children. >> why the three may be headed to colorado. we might get more information regarding a deadly officer involved shooting in danville. >> and why the police officer said he fired his called -- gun.
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several bay area offices will be open for continued early voting.>> how many california voters are expected to turn out all of that and first let's get over to rosemary, because we need to -- i was so happy to have an extra in hour of sleep. i felt a little more awake this morning. we are looking at another dutiful day around the bay area, temperatures will be coming down, here is a look after the sunrise there, sun rising a little bit earlier, son will set up 5:07 pm, be prepared for that as well. temperatures will fall off anywhere from a few degrees inland to about five or 10
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degrees along the coastline today. here is some cloud cover in san francisco, low 40s to start in santa rosa, and san jose is at 52 degrees. down by a few degrees, half moon bay, by 2 pm, for the east bay shore, up by 25 degrees. that has to do with the wind, the red flag warning was able to expire. santa rosa, oakland, only about six miles per hour. a little bit of a shift here, south bay, it is a calm one to start your day as well. we do have cloud cover, as the system moves through the pacific northwest. temperatures will come down some , although still above average. 68 degrees four san francisco, 72 degrees for oakland, and the south bay we will go 76 degrees for san jose. temperatures will not change a
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whole lot as we get into the business workweek, we will see if there's any rain in sight, coming up in just a little bit. new this morning, the connection to walnut creek is open again, following a fiery crash, one person is dead after crash that happened at 1:30 am, two vehicles were involved, one did catch fire. the wall of flames was visible for over an -- a mile. they've not talked about what may have caused the crash but we will continue to follow this story and bring you the details as they are available. also in the bay area, and amber alert is issued for woman suspected of kidnapping her children. authorities issued the alert after friends and family could not reach her. the mother was upset that her children had spent months in foster care.>> reporter: and amber alert on bay area
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highways for the whereabouts of this woman, 33-year-old diana, please say she kidnapped her two children, a one-year-old and an 11-year-old, it is here at the park that the objection took place, at 5:30 pm friday evening, the mother was visiting her children, a social worker was with them, the social worker took the daughter to the restroom, that is when the mother and son disappeared. when a social worker went to find them, the daughter also went missing.>> my mom is sad, she has not slept all night, been thinking about the kids and where they are at. >> reporter: the mother is friends with diana, she doesn't speak english but gave permission for us to speak with her daughter, natasha. she lost custody a year ago,
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when the family was living in their car, the children's biological fathers live in mexico. they say that moreira was unhappy that her children was in the foster system. >> i just want them every day, she would say i want to see my kids every day, she didn't know what to do, she was stressed. >> reporter: she said to be driving a gray mini cooper, similar to this one with the license plate of six u w mac l 251. there headed to cole arata springs where moreira's family lives. >> they were sleeping in the car, my mom said you can sleep in my house, you are always welcome, but we don't know where she's at. >> reporter: ktvu fox 2 news. a woman was stabbed at the redwood creek apartments, the
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woman told police that a man she doesn't know, walked up to her car and asked her for sort -- cigarettes, when she told him she didn't have any, he stabbed her in the chest, she was taken to the hospital with moderate injuries. police only have a vague discretion -- description of the suspect, he is white, short with dark curly hair, if you have any information you are asked call the police. and eight acre wildfire burned in santa cruz county, it forced a closure of state highway 9, in both directions, when i got started at 10 pm last night. is between glengarry road and paradise park, as of 1 am, an evacuation advisory was in effect for the north end of paradise park. no injuries or damage were reported so far. sheriff investigators may release more information about a deadly
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officer involved shooting in danville, officers were called to check on the suspension person and cottage place, when they arrived, the suspect drove up and led officers on a chase in the town. they ended up on diablo road where they tried to make an arrest, it ended up with the suspect crashing his car and been shot by the police. >> unfortunately, the suspect drove straight to -- towards our officers, hearing it for his life, our officer shot at the vehicle in order to try to get the driver to stop. >> i heard multiple sirens going off, so i knew something very serious had happened. >> the suspect was taken to a hospital where he later died, his name has not yet been released. the officer suffered a minor injury, the sheriff's office is now handling the investigation. election day is this tuesday, we are in the home
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stretch and many people are choosing to vote early, there are several areas in the bay area open for voters today, we have our reporter at one of the places, good morning sarah. >> reporter: good morning, this location in alameda county is the only location offered for early voting, according to the california secretary of the website, it doesn't open until 9 am, but we are expecting people to come out here and cast their votes. californians are eager to vote in this election, we know about eight out of 10 people that are eligible to have registered, that is the highest percentage since 1950, early voting is simple, and no different than on election day, they can go to an early voting center, use the same ballot and marking device and cast their vote. if you missed the october 22 deadline to register, this is the location you can go for the conditional voter registration
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process. this -- there is a great anticipation on voting, nancy pelosi encouraged support for democrats. >> i just hope that we can when the senate, we will win many governorships and statehouse, and it is not winning for democrats over republicans, it is for the united states of america. >> [ cheers and applause ]>> reporter: the california ballot has 11 statewide proposition, in the governor's race they will choose between democrat and republican john cox, and the senate race, -- 53 house seats are also of 4:00, the registrar voters office is open in oakland from 9 am until 3 pm, so if you want to get out
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and cast an early vote, this is where you can do it. in this morning, a 2 am daylight savings time came to an end, we fell back an hour which means we got an extra hour of sleep, daylight savings time is being debated, californians will be voting on whether or not to keep it, this was a tradition done back in 1918, but not every state takes part of annette. hawaii and arizona do not set there cox back. republicans in georgia and tennessee, during a stop in florida, took a swipe at top democratic leaders, as president donald trump is on this campaign trail. >> you know, nancy pelosi, or the legendary genius maxine waters, if they take power, they will try to wipe away all that we have done and at the
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same time, double and triple and quadruple your taxes. we are not going to let it happen.>> the president stopping in florida yesterday where he took part in a rally with vice president mike pence, it has become a battleground state. former president barack obama has a major rally today in his hometown of chicago, need time joe biden has developed a horse and raspy voice from his marathon of campaigning all across the country.>> as democrats we have a responsibility to confront and defeat these forces of privilege, trying to divide us, so that they can continue to have their own way. for the sake of our children, we have to do take back the power from them and quite
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frankly finish what brock and i a finished -- started. >> biden could run for president in 2020, be sure to tune in right here to ktvu on election night for live coverage that is from 7 pm until 10 pm, with results coming in and then turn over to the 10:00 and 11:00 news on tuesday, join us for the mornings the next day where the developments on local races and the battle for control of congress. while chase from san jose to south of hollister. >> the shooting that led to the pursuit and how the victims are doing. the first, a south bay man is quitting his job at apple because he wants to make a journey across america, the reason that he wants to go from california to new hampshire.
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good morning, happy sunday thank you for joining us on ktvu, giving you a live look at the golden gate bridge and we are listening to mr. sandman, today's theme of songs has to do with sleep. everybody got a little extra sleep and we are all giddy about it. >> an hour anyway.>> i will have weather coming up in just a moment. the future of our country should be greatly affected by the results of the midterm election, today is also a big day for the fellow right here. he's out of santa clara, he will quit his job at apple on tuesday to begin his own journey in politics, he will kickoff that new career with a run of 5000+ miles.
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>> reporter: long distance running is a lonely sport, mattie greg is running a long way. >> you are crazy, that is what i always get. >> reporter: the 40-year-old apple engineer way olivier's job -- leave his job on the birth of a 5000 mile run across america 275 days on his feet, a 22 mile a day track will take him across the southern u.s., with his final stop in his home state of new hampshire in july 2019. >> it is a buccal list -- bucket list item, i just turned 40 so it is something out of the norm in different.>> reporter: it is different, but not for greg who has run many marathons, like firefighter rick hutchinson. the difference on this nine- month journey, and marks the beginning of his new political
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career. his goal is to meet the u.s. voters head on and find out why our country so divided. >> it seems like we do not need -- lead anymore as a nation with kindness, i would like us to take a step back, assume positive intent a little bit more, and start from that premise. >> reporter: the wisdom he gleeds from town to town, says that it will energize them along the way emil does platform when he runs for office in new hampshire, where he hopes to create positive change.>> i think it will be very important for me to meet people in remote towns and in america in general. i think that they will make a difference in my life as much as i hope to make a difference in theirs. >> reporter: he has some history behind them, his second cousin is judd gregg, the former governor and senator from new hampshire, he is also running for a cause.
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>> we hope teresa million dollars. >> reporter: that money will go to the firefighters cancer support network, which gives prevention training for firefighters nationwide. >> we know being in the industry takes years off of our lives, but it is something that we want to do. kind of like what maddie is doing, helping, that is our way of helping as well. >> reporter: helping is in his dna, he is hoping that his kindness is contagious, as he begins his track to meet america, all 5075 miles of it. ? can you tell i have a cold? >> reporter: maybe just a little bit, nine-month is what he is hoping, 22 miles per day, that will take 43,000 steps per day, from cupertino all the way to new hampshire is more than 11 mama -- 11 million miles --
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steps. we wish him all the best. crazy, wow, an impressive the -- feet. how about a little of a cold down? did you enjoy yesterday? >> it was phenomenal. >> with another great day coming our way, look at these temperature changes we are expecting, santa rosa had 87 yesterday, today 79 degrees. yesterday was 76 degrees, concord expected to drop off, back into the mid to upper 70s yesterday was 83 degrees. partly to mostly cloudy skies, a little bit of fog, the cloud cover here mid and high level clouds associated with the weather that continues to write through the pacific northwest. take a look at that, idaho,
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getting some rain as well as snow and it carries on as we move through today, we will be partly cloudy, the clouds will clear out, we will be mostly sunny, the state of california, we are controlled by this high- pressure here. although it is flattening a little bit due to the storm system you see moving to the north. we will be bringing our temperatures down, we will be above average, a lot of 70s, we will go 60s for most of the cost. 53 degrees in san francisco right now, 49 degrees in napa, into the south bay, upper 40s, in livermore, yesterday morning we had a red flag warning, it has expired as the winds have lightened up. we remain with the dry conditions, here is a look at the afternoon, upper 60s for sausalito, 77 degrees for sonoma, still a gorgeous day. for this whole east bayshore, nearing 80 degrees at walnut
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creek, low 80s for friendly, south bay a nice mild and warm one here, 79 degrees and morgan health, and a beautiful 75 degrees in santa cruz. along the peninsula, we talked about san francisco already, mid 60s expected for pacific up. the extended forecast, temperatures will remain mild, getting into the business week, upper 70s and the forecast for inland communities, not only for tomorrow, but tuesday, wednesday, thursday and coming down just slightly. mid 70s expected along the bay, mid 60s along the coastline, right now the models are throwing us all the way until mid-november with dry weather we will continue to track that. let's talk about the
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sacramento business owners said that thieves have a lot to do with them being forced out of business, that and much more coming up on fox 2.
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you've worked so hard to (huachieve so much. perhaps it's time to partner with someone who knows you well enough to understand what your wealth is really for.
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recently, more than $20 million has been spent in the race for superintendent of public instruction to attack my friend tony thurmond's record. well, i've worked with tony, and no one is more qualified to lead our state's schools. that's why tony thurmond is the only candidate endorsed by classroom teachers and the california democratic party. because tony will stand up to the donald trump-betsy devos agenda and has always protected our local public schools. join me in voting for tony thurmond. let's put our kids first. a veteran was trying to save his dog battling cancer, each day 66-year-old stephen watts is beloved dog around san francisco. a large spot on his nose is one of three cancerous tumors, he has struggled to pay the vet bills, he lives on a 1300
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dollar a month veterans pension check, 500 of which goes to rent, but they needed $4000 to treat pd and they would not expect -- except monthly installments. >> you can see his tumors on his nose, on his leg, and has to have surgery, so, on my fixed income, being a vietnam vet, it is hard to take care of him and myself. >> after sharing his story, a gofundme page has raised more than $4200, one person said that this melted his heart, >> hope you can get the help. this could shutdown number eight washington state, a last second cougar tv goes down, with turnovers, once again the
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game was tied, brandon mccain in the 3rd, and the own and son, berkeley coughed it up a couple of times, but with 32 seconds to go, at 10 yard tarts down with winston junior, that is your ballgame, very close washington state is now a-1. cal falls to 5-4 on the year. stanford also in washington taking on the huskies, a turnover here by kj costello, stalling a stanford drive, that led to a score by miles gasket. not looking so good, down three touchdowns, 23 six -- 23-6 at the second half, the final was 23-27, stanford loses. and now they are five and for as well. rounding off a rough game, san jose state lost, that is your
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final, san jose state has just now one win. the 49ers and raiders are off this weekend, after a thursday night final battle of the day, this morning reporting that on that mighty impressive nfl debut, nick mullins likely to start next monday night, as they host the 1-7 new york giants. the raiders which are in need of a past rush have parted ways with their two rushers of last year, in the process of releasing 31-year-old bruce irvin, he only had three sacks this year, after eight last year when khalil mack was on the team, both have been let go. here is today's programming schedule, we will be off at 8:30 am, for -- followed by nfl
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fox sunday, and then mornings on two will continue, tune in from 9:00 to 10:00 for that. raiders broadcaster under fire. >> why some users are calling it a racist remark, coming up. and there is still time to vote early, if you want to beat the rush on election day, locations across the bay area, including right here in oakland, i will explain coming up. distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck.
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protect our public schools. big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling.
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prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you. welcome back to mornings on 2, and daylight savings time. >> i love getting that extra hour of sleep, anyway, we got an extra hour of sleep so we have songs on sleep, and one of
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our favorites chimes in with the lion sleeps tonight, by the tokens, what a beautiful day, over the bay, some some gleaming. good morning, i am frank, -- >> good morning, i'm claudine wong, and be sure to adjust your clocks today. i know it is cooling down a little bit, but as much as i enjoyed yesterday, i felt this is weird. california living, right? geez, pull out the swimsuit november? >> we do have a bit of a cooldown coming our way although we will remain above average. hopefully that makes sense to you. waking up with a partly howdy sky, with clouds coming our way from the pacific northwest, that will help to cool us down some. the system, 57 degrees right now in san francisco, 50 to start your day in oakland, upper 40s in areas like san
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jose. our temperatures are a little bit cooler, down about 4 degrees, down by 11 in fairfield, that has to do with the shift in the wind. the red flag warning has expired and the winds have let up considerably. here's a look at all the cloud cover out there, some patchy fog as well, as we get into the afternoon, we will be partly cloudy, mostly clear for today. generally calm winds around the region. oakland has a light breeze at about six miles per hour. here are the afternoon highs, mid 60s, we will go 64 pacifica, upper 60s in san francisco, the inland communities in the low airy days, 78 degrees for napa, 76 degrees for san jose. hopefully you enjoy this weather, it will stick around, i will have a look at the
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extended forecast coming up. we are days away from that and -- highly anticipated elections. election day is this tuesday, we are in the home stretch and many people are choosing to vote early, there are several areas in the bay area open for voters today, we have our reporter at one of the places, good morning sarah. >> reporter: good morning, this location in alameda county is the only location offered for early voting, according to the california secretary of the website, it doesn't open until 9 am, but we are expecting people to come out here and cast their votes. californians are eager to vote in this election, we know about eight out of 10 people that are eligible to have registered, that is the highest percentage since 1950, early voting is simple, and no different than on election day, they can go to an early voting center, use the same ballot and marking device and cast their vote. if you missed the october 22 deadline to register, this is the location you can go for the conditional voter registration process. this --there is a great anticipation on voting, nancy >> ceo spoke at a prop rally,
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proposition cmac would put extras tax on some of the city's wealthiest companies, to tackle the homeless crisis. >> sales force has been built on the back of san francisco, so many other great businesses have been built on the back of san francisco, twitter, square, dropbox, all of the companies that you know and use that started here in sentence disco, now it is time for us to all give back. that is what proposition cmac allows us to do. that is why i am supporting it, because if big business does not pay, you do not get anything, you do not pay. cmac that here in oakland, the registrar's office is open. >> i just hope that we can when the senate, we will win many governorships and statehouse , and it is not winning for democrats over republicans, it is for the united states of america.
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is shooting in san jose, officers witnessed the shooting and that led to a chase onto highway 101, in south hollister. the pursue ended on mccray and soucy, no one was hurt in the chase, officers that saw the shooting in san jose, said three people were in one car and shot into another car, there was no motive for the shooting, the person who was shot is expected to survive. about 100 people came to show their respect for a sheriff's deputy who was killed in the line of duty last year, robert french was killed when police were trying to serve a warrant. the wall honors the first responders and members of the military who died while serving their community, his daughter said that having his father honored is bittersweet. >> it is still unreal, i will
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not lie, i still feel like he will come home or give me a phone call even though it has been over a year, i am trained by being happy, and the fact that he is honored in this community is wonderful. >> her father will always be a hero is what she has said, so many people remembers him as one that love to service community for 21 years. we are waiting on a response from the raiders, after -- native americans were wearing traditional headdresses, he tweeted elizabeth warren relatives backing trump, she says she is an american -- native american dissent, president donald trump has mocked her calling her pocahontas.
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this tweet is receiving a backlash, some are calling it disgusting, others are urging the raiders to fire him. the raiders have not commented as of yet. equality in the lgbt community -- >> i want to concentrate on this next generation, those that are 20 years old, the next generation coming up, to try to make it easier for them. >> jenner donated $30,000 to an organization called mulligans manner, the nonprofit provides housing, education and counseling to at risk youth in the lgbt community. jenner is also trying to provide scholarships for those in need. a controversial sink ridge -- sanctuary lockup 105 passed almost unanimously in 1987, it bars officers -- police officers from using force on
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caravans such as the one making its way through mexico. those trying to defeat the appeal -- thousands of american troops are preparing for the migrant caravan, it is still one -- hundreds of miles away, they cannot detain any of the migrants or prevent them from entering the u.s. instead, the troops will assist in matters like crowd control and things like that, once the caravan arrived.>> my worry is that if they fight each other, there might be innocent people injured in the middle that will suffer consequences. >> when the crowds of caravan owners arrive, at the border,
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if they do, some 1500 troops will be stationed there, it is unknown how many migrants will reach the border, some have already turned back, some are seeking asylum in mexico. hundreds have gathered on the -- to remember the deadly attack on the synagogue, jackie reports that there were other special ceremonies that synagogues around the country from people of many faiths could provide each other with emotional support. >> reporter: a healing service outside the tree of life synagogue in pittsburgh saturday, a comes one week after the shooting that left 11 people dead, the temple is still closed as the police investigate the attack. they had a shabbat service, of history at another temple. light rain fell on the building of worship, along with a moment of silence for the deceased.
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community members huddled together, many weeping and leaning on each other, still trying to process the deadliest attack on jewish people in american history. attendance for friday nights services was much higher than usual this week. >> the jewish community and the whole nation has suffered tragedy this past week. >> reporter: rabbis have encouraged a show of solidarity, they have pack temples from denver to boston, letting the jewish community know that they are not alone. >> every faith was here, everyone came together and said we do not want hate, we want love. >> reporter: saturday's services come one day after the last funeral of the 11 victims, 97-year-old rose mallinger had been a member for more than 60 years.
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and she was laid to rest. a graduate student in washington dc has raised more than $1 million for victims of the tree of life, the student says that they have received generosity from iran, and he wants to reciprocate, he said setting up a gofundme page that only last a bit of his time, will hopefully have impact for a lifetime. a demonstration on the 39th anniversary of tehran, nearly all remained in -- captivity for over 400 days. they impose all sanctions under the international nuclear deal that president donald trump stepped away from.
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there were several protests in other cities around the country. when we come back, we will have more information on the deadly officer involved shooting in danville. the first, a plan to add color to the lives of patients across the country, how you can participate in this project, sunday mornings on 2, when we come back. way to stay connected.
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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. good morning to you, this is a familiar song, by the eurythmics, sent in by angela. we have dutiful weather in store for today, cooler than we
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were yesterday, the theme of the morning's sleep, since we all got a little extra sleep in the overnight hours. i will have a look at the temperatures and extended forecast coming up. how about some hockey, the flyers headed into the shark tank, looking for a sweep after beating the ducks and kings early in the week, the first period, the flyers jordan weal find some mesh, but wade simmons throws the puck behind his back to get the assist. 3rd period, the flyers had a 3- to lead, by jimbo joe, mr. thorton, here comes chi puts the game into overtime. and then meyer needed just 13 seconds to score, giving the sharks a big 4-3 overtime win. beekeepers are forced out of business for at least a year, they had put their highs in a dormant state to give the bees
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a chance to repopulate, but last week when he went to check on his bees, all 60 of the highs were forced -- gone from the storage area. another beekeepers says he lost another 20 hives, there were tractor tire marks nearby. they also took all of the feeders, pallets and lids needed to keep those hives functioning.>> everything was cleaned out, nothing was left, this is everything that a beekeeper needs. >> beekeepers say this is the worst time a year to have the hives stolen, it takes a year to cultivate a new hive, which means he will not have hives to rent farmers during politics -- pollination season. volunteers are coming together to build a state-of- the-art playground for the children of crescent park apartments, the new 2500 square
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foot playground will have a swingset, parallel bars and so much more. >> now we have a nice sanction in place where they can come and just enjoy, and at the same time, we have exercise and work equipment for parents and adults for kids also that want to stay fit.>> volunteers say the playground can accommodate 60 kids playing at once, and it was paid for by a grant for the nonprofit of kaiser permanente. looking to add color to lives of patients around the country, the youth council is holding a crayon browned, new and used, all are welcome, they will go to the crayon initiative. it is a nonprofit started by a bay area dad, the nonprofit melts down the grands, and then volunteers to make those new commands which they donate to hospitals.
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cramps can be dropped off at the community center, library and elementary schools in the city. good day to get outside, another 80 degree day inland, maybe even another beach day? >> yes, that is a nice beach day, pacifica ocean beach, will cool off into the 60s. we had some wind out there yesterday, here is a look at some of the winds, reported, temperatures will fall off anywhere from a few degrees inland to about five or 10 degrees along the coastline today. here is some cloud cover in san francisco, low 40s to start in santa rosa, and san jose is at 52 degrees. down by a few degrees, half moon bay, by 2 pm, for the east bay shore, up by 25 degrees. that has to do with the wind, the red flag warning was able to expire. santa rosa, oakland, only about six miles per hour. a little bit of a shift here, south bay, it is a calm one to start your day as well. we do have cloud cover, as the system moves through the pacific northwest. temperatures will come down some , although still above average. 68 degrees four san francisco, 72 degrees for oakland, and the south bay we will go 76 degrees for san jose. temperatures will not change a whole lot as we get into the business workweek, we will see
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if there's any rain in sight, we are not getting any rain out of it, but the high pressures been pushed down by the system. not as warm as our saturday afternoon, partly cloudy, temperatures coming down a few degrees for our inland cities, it will begin a cooling trend but this cooling trend is minor, i will show you that in the extended forecast. let's take a look at the temperatures right now, 53 degrees in san francisco, 50 degrees in oakland, upper 40s in napa, south bay 52 degrees, san jose upper 40s outside of your door in livermore. 54 degrees belmont and foster city, reporting that d1 at this hour. afternoon highs, nice, 76 and ken bell, -- can ville.
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-- low 70s and oakland, low 80s for what, south bay for today will be 76 degrees in san jose, 70 in santa cruz and along the peninsula 70s, and a nice 68 in the city of san francisco. 60s along the coastline, nice enjoyable weather for you there as well. the extended forecast, there is that cool down, it is a modest one, upper 70s, upper 60s, monday, to -- tuesday, wednesday, thursday, and then 60s along the coastline. >> great weather here, not so in europe, 12 people in sicily, italy have been killed in storms and flooding, near palermo, the victims were from two families staying in a country villa over the weekend.
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at least two other people are missing as floodwaters swept away their cars. a teacher being charged after punching a 14-year-old student, and the video surface. that is coming up next. real-time election results on ktvu, we will prove -- prime time concise coverage or life streaming on all devices, on election day, you have the power to decide. pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off
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...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein
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four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck. welcome back, happening today there will be some big stars, the holloween -- hollywood variety, mountain view, they will be celebrating
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with the seventh annual break through price. think of the oscars for scientists, it will be hosted by actor pierce brosnan, as well as lionel richie, the breakthrough prize honors up to six of the world's top scientists, winners receive $3 million each, which will presented by ron howard, julian moore, orlando bloom and betty newton. a music teacher in southern california is facing child abuse charges for fighting a 14-year-old student in class. cell phone video shows the 64- year-old punching the student on friday afternoon. this happened at maywood academy in los angeles county, the video also shows the teacher hitting the student with a cell phone, while the other students try to break it up. it started when the teacher dismissed the class -- student
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from class for not wearing the proper uniform. first the teacher yelled racial slurs and then through a basketball at them. >> the students probably open their mouths too much and say things that they should not, but as a teacher an adult, we need to be more patient with the kids.>> parents say this is not the first time this has happened, video from last year shows that same teacher involved in another violent altercation, the video and the student was taken to the hospital and is okay, this teacher was arrested but now out on bail. firefighters say an electrical issue caused a fire at a high school, in the junction box that was on the roof of the school. it was quickly put out no one was hurt. fire crews in santa rosa had to put out a fire at a
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recycling facility, i broke out at 2 pm yesterday afternoon, this is near millbury avenue, flames did spread to nearby vegetation, but the crews got an upper hand on it so no one was hurt. the cause of that fire is still under investigation. a sunnyvale man is under indictment for bringing hundreds of workers to the seller can valley in the last 10 years -- silicon valley. he used four of his companies to file fraudulent visas for nonexistent jobs, and calling himself a stashing specialist for tech firms looking for temporary workers. he took the advantage away from companies that had legitimate workers, and he charges -- he charged for visa applications but did not pay them. amazon advance talks to open the second headquarters in the washington area, the office
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conflicts would be in arlington virginia, a little south of the district, the deal would bring 50,000 new jobs, is not quite done yet. the sad -- seattle-based company is considering several locations. elon musk could be up and running, how we have a way to change the ways to travel, and a party in southern california. allegations made against brett kavanaugh release, the senate judiciary conclusions after it concludes its investigations, coming up at 8 am. last man standing --
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from ktvu fox 2 this is mornings on 2 good morning to you, a little metallic, to start off
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your sunday morning, because we talk about all of that extra sleep, we fell back at 2 am, the end of daylight savings time, so now, it is 8:00 on your clock. it is sunday, november 4, and i am claudine wong. >> good morning, we will get to your forecast, rosemary standing by with that, but first, some of the highlights for today. raiders play-by-play under fire after a racist tweet. >> he tweeted out remarks about a senator, we will talk about that social media post and the fallout this morning. a 400 page report was released against the allegations against brett kavanaugh. nearly feast of people were taught -- we will talk about
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the extensive report revealed shortly. today's away from midterm elections, but for many, boating is already underway.>> we will take you to the registrar of voters where ballots are being dropped off, we will have that life report in just a few minutes. the first, we have to talk about our weather in this sunday forecast, the sun went down, but then it felt cold. even though it felt a little muggy yesterday.'s -- the sunset will be at 5:07 pm, giving you a look at the golden gate bridge, mix of sun and clouds today. with another great day coming our way, look at these temperature changes we are expecting, santa rosa had 87 yesterday, today 79 degrees. yesterday was 76 degrees, concord expected to drop off, back into the mid to upper 70s yesterday was 83 degrees. partly to mostly cloudy skies, a little bit of fog, the cloud cover here mid and high level clouds associated with the weather that continues to write through the pacific northwest. take a look at that, idaho, getting some rain as well as snow and it carries on as we move through today, we will be partly cloudy, the clouds will clear out, we will be mostly sunny, the state of california, we are controlled by this high- pressure here. although it is flattening a little bit due to the storm system you see moving to the
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north. we will be bringing our temperatures down, we will be above average, a lot of 70s, we will go 60s for most of the cost. 53 degrees in san francisco right now, 49 degrees in napa, into the south bay, upper 40s, in livermore, yesterday morning we had a red flag warning, it has expired as the winds have lightened up. we remain with the dry conditions, here is a look at the afternoon, upper 60s for sausalito, 77 degrees for sonoma, still a gorgeous day. for this whole east bayshore , nearing 80 degrees at walnut creek, low 80s for friendly, south bay a nice mild and warm one here, 79 degrees and morgan health, and a beautiful 75 degrees in santa cruz. along the peninsula, we talked about san francisco already, mid 60s expected for pacific these temperatures will not change a lot getting into the days ahead. a minor cooldown coming your way, we will have a look at that and see if there is any
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rain in the forecast, coming up in just a little bit. new this morning, eastbound highway to northbound 680, the connector is open again, that is after a fiery crash, at least one person died the crash happened before 1 am. two vehicles were involved, one of the vehicles caught fire and the flames could be seen for more than a neile. there's no information on injuries, victims or what may have caused the crash, but we will continue to follow that story and bring you details as soon as that is available. election day is this tuesday, we are in the home stretch and many people are choosing to vote early, there are several areas in the bay area open for voters today, we have our reporter at one of the places, good morning sarah. >> reporter: good morning, this location in alameda county is the only location offered for early voting, according to the california secretary of the
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>> reporter:website, it opened at 9 am, but we are expecting people to come out here and cast their votes. californians are eager to vote in this election, we know about eight out of 10 people that are eligible to have registered, that is the highest percentage since 1950, early voting is simple, and no different than on election day, they can go to an early voting center, use the same ballot and marking device and cast their vote. if you missed the october 22 deadline to register, this is the location you can go for the conditional voter registration process. there is a great anticipation on voting, nancy pelosi encouraged support for democrats. >> i just hope that we can when the senate, we will win many governorships and statehouse , and it is not winning for democrats over republicans, it is for the united states of america. >> [ cheers and applause ]>> reporter: the california ballot has 11 statewide proposition , in the governor's race they will choose between democrat and republican john cox, and the senate race, --53 house seats are also of 4:00, the registrar voters office is open in oakland from 9 am until 3
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pm, so if you want to get out and cast an early vote, this is where you can do it. including nancy pelosi who went out. >> we are not winning for democrats over republicans, we are winning for the united states of america.>> reporter: you will have a lot to choose on the ballot, there are 11 state -wise propositions, between -- there is the governor's race, 53 house seats are also up for grabs, the registrar and voters office here on fallon street in oakland opens at 9:00 and the -- it closes at 3:00. you can vote early here in oakland, this morning, ktvu fox 2. republicans in georgia and tennessee, during a stop in florida, took a swipe at top democratic leaders, as president donald trump is on this campaign trail. >> you know, nancy pelosi, or the legendary genius maxine waters, if they take power,
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they will try to wipe away all that we have done and at the same time, double and triple and quadruple your taxes. we are not going to let it happen. >> the president stopping in florida yesterday where he took part in a rally with vice president mike pence, it has become a battleground state. former president barack obama has a major rally today in his hometown of chicago, need time joe biden has developed a horse and raspy voice from his marathon of campaigning all across the country. >> as democrats we have a responsibility to confront and defeat these forces of privilege, trying to divide us,
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so that they can continue to be greety and have their own way. for the sake of our children, we have to do take back the power from them and quite frankly finish what we a finished --started. >> biden could run for president in 2020, be sure to tune in right here to ktvu on election night for live coverage that is from 7 pm until 10 pm, with results coming in and then turn over to the 10:00 and 11:00 news on tuesday, join us for the mornings the next day where the developments on local races and the battle for control of congress. and then join us the next day. time now is 8:07 am, there is an amber alert, san jose police say that this also in the bay area, and amber alert is issued for woman suspected of kidnapping her --children. authorities issued the alert after friends and family could not reach her. the mother was upset that her children had spent months in foster care.
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>> reporter: and amber alert on bay area highways for the whereabouts of this woman, 33- year-old diana, please say she kidnapped her two children, a one-year-old and an 11-year- old, it is here at the park that the objection took place, at 5:30 pm friday evening, the mother was visiting her children, a social worker was with them, the social worker took the daughter to the restroom, that is when the mother and son disappeared. when a social worker went to find them, the daughter also went missing. a friend of marrero says she is not worried about the safety of the children, but she had been upset when her children were placed in childcare. she is reportedly driving a car like this --they say that moreira was unhappy that her children was in the foster system. >> i just want them every day, she would say i want to see my kids every day, she didn't know they believe she is headed towards colorado springs,she said to be driving a gray mini cooper, similar to this one with the license plate of six u w mac l 251. there headed to cole arata springs where moreira's family lives. sheriff investigators may
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release more information about a deadly officer involved shooting in danville, officers were called to check on the suspension person and cottage place, when they arrived, the suspect drove up and led officers on a chase in the town. they ended up on diablo road where they tried to make an arrest, it ended up with the suspect crashing his car and been shot by the police. >> unfortunately, the suspect drove straight towards our officers, hearing it for his life, our officer shot at the vehicle in order to try to get the driver to stop. >> i heard multiple sirens going off, so i knew something very serious had happened. >> the suspect was taken to a hospital where he later died, his name has not yet been released. the officer suffered a minor injury, the sheriff's office is now handling the investigation. this been developed by elon musk could be up and running next month, he walked the full length of the long tunnel and
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it is on track for an opening party. this consists of sealed tubes that connect stations around the county, they are to carry pedestrians, cyclists in these tubes. the senate judiciary community has released the report against judge brett kavanaugh, the 414 page report, the conclusion says that none of the witnesses could provide evidence to substantiate the allegations. they said that investigators spoke to 45 people, took 25 written statements before reaching that conclusion. it is a story of true grit that comes to life on the big string, on ktvu, here comes,
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the attempt to travel to the south pole after a devastating automobile accident, we will sit down with one of the stars of this new documentary called the push. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
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the elections are tuesday, november 6 and there is a lot on the line, everybody watching the battle of power in congress. >> republicans and democrats pushing hard to get voters to
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the poll, eight out of 10 californians have registered, this is the most headed into a midterm election since 1950. we have brian to talk about this.>> good morning, the base seems fired up, a lot of people registered, how do you feel about early voting? >> it is good, i always say that around this time of year, midterms, presidential's, whatever, it is so important that people get out and vote. registration is one thing but it is actually boating, and of course, now that so many people have access to mail-in ballots, it is so much easier, so we encourage everybody to get out and vote. >> we have this new poll that
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said that 5% of the early vote in 10 states were first-time voters, and they talked about kansas and west virginia outpacing the 2016 presidential numbers, who does not bode well for? >> i think the more fired up going into this are democrats. and that would not be unusual in a midterm. if you think about the history of the midterms, the sitting president, has not in history done very well, and i can go back 21 midterm elections, and tell you that the house and senate only occurred twice in gains in those years, once during franklin roosevelt's administration 1934, and guess who the other one is? george w. bush in 2002. >> who should be more worried president donald trump or the democrats? >> if democrats can get people out to the polls, and get those mail-in ballots back, i think they can do well, history is on their side, just as it is always in the midterm, or whoever is running against the
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sitting president. history is on their side, democrats have raised a lot of money, they have sent money all over the nation, and there are a lot of republican seats in contention in the house, i think the senate stays with republicans but the house is what is implied. >> let's talk about the campaign trail on both bodies, president donald trump has been busy, if you look at his twitter account, in the last 24 hours it was here to endorse, he will be in georgia this afternoon, tennessee tonight and his messaging, how effective do you think this is for him to be rally after rally? >> well, he has to be out there and he is out there trying to get republicans out to the polls. making sure that every person votes, is essentially what it is. we are seeing it on the other side of the aisle as well, you have president barack obama out there campaigning and all over the place, former vice president joe biden, president
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donald trump and everybody out there right now going to the last minute. >> do you think with the democrats, president donald trump obviously, they have said he is the republican party, for democrats it is where are they the most effective, biden has been in 22 states, who is the most successful for them in terms of speaking for the party? >> that will be the open question, if the democrats do well, i think it says something very positive, particularly about former vice president joe biden, because i think he is potentially looking at the race in 2020. i think it bodes well for the legacy of barack obama to be out there doing well, talking with voters and getting them out to the polls. you have to remember that on the house side, democrats have to take 24 seats, or flip 24
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seats, if they can do that, they can win the house, and that is obviously huge, because it resets the agenda. if the democrats can win the 24 seats to take control back of the house, it changes the entire agenda. >> brian, a quick comment on the governor's race here in california, what you think? >> i don't think john cox has much of a chance or any chance, to be honest with you in the sense of doing anything more than making a very good show. there is a lot of democrats in california, who are motivated this year to vote, and i think that that will do well for gavin . >> always great to talk to you, we appreciate the insight, we know it will be very busy the next few days. >> absolutely, get out and vote.>> goodbye now.
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>> the live coverage will be from 7 pm until 10 pm, we will watch the results and then turn into ktvu for the 10:00 news. the next two -- the next day we will have discussions. you cannot blame the weather if you are voting this week in california, right rosemary? >> yes, it will be nice, in the past has shown when it is short -- stormy or rainy, people do not like to go out and vote. but here's a look across sanfords', across the bay, where we are -- san francisco, across the bay. we will break out to mostly clear this afternoon, we have a system rolling through the pacific southwest, which will bring the temperatures down and the cloud cover we are temperatures will be coming seeing this down, here is a look after the morning.sunrise there, sun rising a little bit earlier, son will set up 5:07
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pm, be prepared for that as well. temperatures will fall off anywhere from a few degrees inland to about five or 10 degrees along the coastline today. here is some cloud cover in san francisco, low 40s to start in santa rosa, and san jose is at 52 degrees. here's a look at the system, oregon, washington, a month that sending house, our temperatures will come down. it will be the beginning of a cooling trend, but i will show you in the extended forecast that it is minor. moon bay, by 2 pm, for the east bay shore, up by 25 degrees. that has to do with the wind, the red flag warning was able to expire. santa rosa, oakland, only about six miles per hour. a little bit of a shift here, south bay, it is a calm one to start your day as well. we do have cloud cover, as the system moves through the pacific northwest. temperatures will come down some , although still above average. 68 degrees four san francisco, 72 degrees for oakland, and the south bay we will go 76 degrees for san jose. temperatures will not change a whole lot as we get into the business workweek, we will see if there's any rain in sight, coming up in just a little bit. here is a look at the change
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from yesterday to today, santa rosa was warm at 87 with the afternoon i, going into the upper 70s, san francisco is 68 expected for you, yesterday was 76 degrees. so these are the cool apps. today mid to upper 70s when yesterday with 80s, 77 in petaluma, the waters, closers, the east bay is at 71 degrees. low 80s livermore, brentwood, south bay for the afternoon, beautiful weather, saratoga, upper 70s, mid-70s in santa cruz, that is a nice one, along the peninsula, temperatures ranging from 77 in woodside, 265 in pacific,, near the water. the extended forecast, there is the cool down, we will drop it off a degree or two into tuesday, not much change on wednesday, nor on thursday, we
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will go mid to upper 70s, low 70s around the bay, 60s at the coast, under dry conditions, back to you. the struggle to preserve a life, the veteran pushing to save his dog as it battles cancer, we will hear from him, coming up next.
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we have some encouraging news,a veteran was trying to save his dog battling cancer, each day 66-year-old stephen watts is beloved dog around san francisco. a large spot on his nose is one
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of three cancerous tumors, he has struggled to pay the vet bills, he lives on a 1300 dollar a month veterans pension check, 500 of which goes to rent, but they needed $4000 to treat pd and they would not expect --except monthly installments. >> you can see his tumors on his nose, on his leg, and has to have surgery, so, on my fixed income, being a vietnam vet, it is hard to take care of him and myself. >> after sharing his story, a gofundme page has raised more than $4200, one person said that this melted his heart, pd deserves a fighting chance. delta airlines is accused of
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racial profiling, after flight attendants were -- a fellow passenger was having a panic attack, without being asked, she showed the medical license, but a flight attendant asked to see the license again. >> i just talked to the first flight attendant was that you are not really a doctor, just ahead dr.. i said what you mean by that? she said you are not really an md are you? >> the airline no longer requires flight attendants to asked for medical licenses when medical assistance is needed. prime time on thursday night, coming up, the 49ers will they win next monday night? we will talk about it.
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welcome back, both the 49ers and raiders are enjoying the weekend off, after the 49ers one on thursday night football. the nfl network are saying that based on that debut, third string quarterback nick mullins is expected to start next monday, he earned it, right? another winnable game as the 49ers pose, they parted way with their two top pass rushers, they are in the process of releasing bruce irvin, he only had three sacks this season, the raiders have now let go of both mac and irvin. >> here is our footballs schedule, we are off fox by a fox nfl sunday, we had the falcons and redskins coming up, joan claudia rosemary and morning sun 2 will continue, and 9:00 we will get a break, and then we will see you on the plus.>> let's show you how our day will shape up. >> temperatures not as warm as
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yesterday but still above average, mid to upper 60s, we will go 80 degrees in the warmer locations, a cooling trend for the days ahead but notice it, subtle changes expected, throughout the inland communities 70s around the bay and 60s on the coast. i'm next, we will have our weekend showing, and this song by the monkeys requested. michael vasquez! come over here. i've heard such good things about you, your company. well, i wouldn't have done any of it without you.
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without this place. this is for you. michael, you didn't have to... and, we're going to need some help with the rest. you've worked so hard to achieve so much. perhaps it's time to partner with someone who knows you and your business well enough to understand what your wealth is really for. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
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joe since emotion, was that all of mirage or was it really the best ever debut for nasa -- nfl quarterbacks?>> this will be his first solo performance, the junior partner of the conan cohen writing team say that despite thursday's win,

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