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it fell to 36 feet. the national weather service decided to allow the widespread area flood warning. we have flooding for the low lying areas. for the rest of us, it is dry, mostly cloudy to start the day. we have wet weather returning over the weekend. a cool start, 45 in oakland, 46 in san francisco, south bay, 45 and seven hope - - 45 in san jose. inner east bay, a lot of 40s,
42 in concord and lafayette, and we are not going to see a lot of sunshine for today. we will get that filter type of snow and sunshine, late day and evening, scattered showers pop up over the area. at 7:00 or so, you can see we are mostly cloudy, the rain is expected to hold off until early saturday. scattered showers remain in the forecast through your bay area on sunday. today is dry, in the upper 60s and 50s, 62 and for in hayward, 61 in livermore, trouble concerns are here for the sierras, and we are going to get a certain amount of rainfall, details on this come up in the extended forecast at 7:00. how are the highways? >> they are doing okay, i don't see a lot going on, there are some issues such as slow
traffic out there, there it is, the traffic is going to be slow this morning as you drive into san francisco. southbound to 80, at see the chart set - - at cesar chavez, there is some debris to watch for. we are looking at the commute, it looks pretty good. oakland interstate 80, it has not started to slow down into downtown on northbound 880, or on westbound 580, out of san leandro. and you can see the bridge looks good, the south they commute is off to a nice start. people evacuated from northbay flood zones may be able to go back home as soon as today. this was the scene captured midday yesterday as floodwaters were just starting to receive. the public will not be allowed back in until saturday at the earliest. safety checks are set to happen
this morning, then begins the massive task of clean up, a state of emergency has been declared in five affected counties. the declaration helps local officials to secure funding to deal with the storm damage. a couple weather the storm in their home, they are seeing the damage this morning, melissa. >> it was tough for them to make it through the interview, they are emotionally drained and shocked, after getting a close look at the damage. you can see the damage to the lower levels, they told me large vehicles pushed waves into the garage and that is why there is so much damage to the garage, belongings that they were storing downstairs were destroyed. they tell me that they get flood insurance every year and it started getting expensive, so they did not renew it >> we did not know how devastated
this area would be. we did not think that we were going to see another disaster. it is absolutely overwhelming and very stressful. >> i am 84 years old. i am not ready to start all over. i love it up here. i was stupid and did not ensure again. all these years, i had been insured. this year, i made a choice.
stupid. >> their home is along river avenue. this is what it looks like yesterday, this is video taken by the sonoma county sheriffs office. today the water has receded, the road itself is dry, but there is still significant flooding in backyard and businesses. residents were able to come home today can expect to see a lot of damage. between the debris in the street and mud on the sidewalk, the governor has also declared a state of emergency for sonoma county to allow funding and resources to help the community recover. the sheriff hopes to start bringing people back into town starting at noon, about half of the people who live in a flooded area did not leave in the first place, we are seeing some of them drive around this morning, getting a firsthand look at the damage to homes and businesses, and a large clean up will be happening here in
town. people are using boats to get around the floodwaters and one person in a kayak took a video, as he was paddling through town and checking the flood damage. many people face a big clean up job. one shopping district was hit really hard. and there is a new video from napa county where a landslide close down redwood road indefinitely. the sheriffs office posted this video on facebook of a landslide. the road is completely blocked. a man was swept away in fast-moving floodwaters as he tried to get help for his family referred to rescue the man using a tractor, but it
thought and effort yesterday morning. westbound highway 37 is still closed between highway 101 and averaging avenue. there is no estimate when the westbound lane will reopen. they will not be able to pump water of the lanes until the greek receipts. the highway was just reopened after repairs from previous storms, just a week ago. download our weather app for live radar, hourly updates, and you can also download photos and videos. this is the seventh day of the teacher strike. a school board will meet today. the board released a statement saying it respects first
amendment rights and supports the community, but the board says it has to meet today or it could lose a block grant, because today is the deadline to adopt those funds. we set up a deadline, the number is on your screen. or scroll to the bottom of your screen, and the numbers there. a school district may find out today if they may be going on strike, they been voting on weather to authorize a strike. they want to reduce class sizes and teacher pay. a civil rights attorney is filing claims against the vallejo police department on allegations of misconduct by the officers. >> we believe the problem is far
greater. the office has been involved in 14 cases over the last 70 days. sue willie mccoy was shot and killed, he was found unresponsive with a gun in his lap. a surgeon said this about the officers actions. >> the driver began to become alert, the driver looked at the officers in the officer yelled commands including keep your hands up, show me your hands. the driver suddenly reached down for the firearm. >> he is also representing adrian burrell, his legal claim
alleges a violation of constitutional rights, assault and battery. the city council voted last night to ban rvs from parking on city streets between 2:00 and 5:00 a.m., and they told the staff to create the rv permit program, at the meeting, people complained about trash and a lack of parking because of people parking rvs and living inside of them. with the bay area housing crisis, they said some people have no alternative. >> i find it appalling that they would consider a proposal without fully reading another option for all these individuals. >> within a couple of days, it is back and it is growing, and it is growing. >> the city of burke received 1500 calls and complaints about rv parking in 2018. a church in san francisco
is counter suing, saying the church is claim titles on the foundation property. according to the chronicle, memorial responded with a declaration of independence this week in the form of counter suing. they want control of this church properties and seek damages after the church failed to appoint a new passenger after j williams resigned. preventing urban flooding in san francisco, the little things people who live in the city are doing, making a big difference during this wet winter. >> maker - - major problems, we look at the reason service nearly stopped during the morning commute yesterday. right now you can see traffic is going to be okay, coming around the order to the bay bridge toll plaza. dry weather today, and wet weather in time for your bay area weekend, i have the
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welcome back. it is 7:14. happening today, at least 6000 acres of the napa county wildlife area will reopen. it is recovering from a fire from last july. the california department of fish and while it is reopening the eastern side of the wildlife area. the eastern side had been closed after the valley flock fire in july. the campfire last november killed 86 people and destroyed the town of paradise and other communities. and the recorded a tenant have billion-dollar loss in anticipation of damage claims from the campfire. and jerry hill said that her
maintenance and oversight could have improved things. >> it is worn out, with it is not secure, if the insulation is bad, all of these things are maintenance problems that they should have caught. >> reporter: they said it is probable utilities equipment would be determined to be an ignition point of the 2018 campfire. the police chief in santa rosa is retiring, he said he wanted to stay on the job until the department had fully recovered from the 2017 wildfires. more than 3000 homes were destroyed back then. they helps to evacuate residents, find missing people, and keep looters at bay.
funding a new police chief is expected to take several months. the san francisco chronicle reports a pair of windows have cracked, one on the 13th and one on the 14th floor. boston properties tells the chronicle that the cracks on the inside pain, so there was never danger of the glass falling to the street below, boston properties is investigating. an apology for yesterday morning's commute, there was an equipment failure just after 5:00, at the turn back at the embarcadero station. another equipment failure caused a loss of communication. they provided bus shuttles during service disruptions. he said you doing of the structure is at the root of
many of the problems. the adopt the drain program is being credited for a reduction in flooding, the public utilities commission says 2900 drains flooded since the launch in 2016. >> this is the commute we have been waiting for. >> letter gusts, it is dry, that will change later, but today the commute is dry and that is going to help your i want to go back to the richmond
bridge and show you the bay bridge and comparison. they may be a little lighter than usual. this commute driving into oakland, it is not quite as thick getting into downtown and i can say the same thing about 582 the lakeshore curve, driving 2980 and the bay bridge, people do that as well. and for the silicon valley commute, it is slow here and there, but most of the time it is all red. and let's take a look at the weather. >> good morning to all of you. there is a little bit of patchy fog, visibility is not been an issue. sfo is in the upper 40s, san francisco is checking in right
at 46, and here is a view of the temperatures around the bay. center is at 42, napa at 44, oakland reporting 45, livermore, 44. and a view of the cloud cover, we continue with mid level clouds turning thicker and darker over the meaning out giving hours and work rain over the weekend here is a view of the future cass, tonight picking up just a little bit of blue, if you have plans to be out and about, really it takes until the overnight hours and early tomorrow morning before it is widespread and snow will continue to fall in the sierras for much of the weekend with advisories for travelers. tomorrow evening around sunset,
sunday morning, scattered showers remain in the forecast, and snow remains over the sierras. by the end of the weekend, nothing like what we seen earlier in the week, we continue to accumulate that and in the sierras, up to 2 feet of snow in the higher peaks. a winter storm warning starts this evening and it goes until sunday morning, hopefully tapering off in the afternoon on sunday. it is 60 in san francisco, 62 in hayward, the extended forecast, off and on showers continue into saturday and sunday, drying out late sunday and monday, more rain in the forecast on tuesday. bringing more affordable
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in vietnam. >> they were willing to do any clear eyes a large portion of the areas that we wanted, but we could not get rid of all of the sanctions for that. >> the north koreans called the news conference to dispute the claim, yet us for all of the sanctions to be lifted in exchange for shutting down one nuclear facility. nancy pelosi said the president was right to walk away from the summit without signing a deal. >> it is good that the president did not give him anything or the little he was proposing. >> mike pompeo says the negotiation will continue between the united states and north korea. another session is scheduled
for wednesday. michael cohen said his answers were truthful. >> i'm committed to telling the truth. >> he was able to shed light on a lot of issues that were court to our investigation, we are able to drill down in great detail. >> he gave explosive public testimony this wednesday, accusing the president of making finance law, causing calling him a racist attitude. in the south bay, the surprises he just weeks before she is due to give birth. things are beginning to get more crowded, although it has not reached levels of monday, tuesday or wednesday. it looks pretty good out to the peninsula. >> a mostly cloudy start to the day, rain is staying away from your bay area, what you have to
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we are giving you a look at the great horned owl nest, in the presidio district. we will continue to watch, we will tell you what will happen as there is a new i will it that is expected to be born. nature has its way sometimes of taking care of things that are not meant to be, we are watching the one that is remaining. >> you took us there. thank you for joining us on
this friday, the first day of march. >> we had an awful lot of rain and we are in the bit of a dry break. what is to come? >> more rain on the way for the weekend, by tonight and into tomorrow. enjoy the break as the russian river continues to receive. we are still above flood stage by 2 feet or so. it gets increasingly better as we get into the second part of the morning and the early afternoon. temperatures outside, mostly cloudy skies, equal start to the day. we have widespread 40s out there, 42 in santa rosa, 44 degrees reported at the airport in napa, middle to upper 40s as well. oakland at 45, livermore at 44, and good morning to you, san jose also in the 40s. here is the view from up above where we have all that cloud cover in place, the cloud cover is not going away, at least sunny and mostly cloudy for the entire day, but we will remain dry. as we get into the evening hours, that starts to change up a little bit, you may see some
sprinkles if you're going to be out late this evening or into the overnight hours in particular, we have the rain moving in. as we get into saturday morning, it is widespread for us. sixtys in san francisco, 61 in oakland, 61 in livermore, a lot like yesterday, with light wind and partly sunny skies, relatively mild conditions. more on that system coming our way including the winter storm warning for the sierras, that is coming up in just a little bit. the time right now is 7:31. good morning. >> good morning rosemary, you mentioned this year and interstate 80, you have change restrictions up to the state line, we will start in the bay area with the east bay commute, highway four westbound as you come up, and get up to the willow pass, it is moderately heavy with no major problems. traffic is moving well. eighty is open if you have chains. this is highway 24 westbound,
as you drive through lafayette, you will see some slowing, paper it has a 15 up to 20 minute delay, no major issues as you drive across the bridge, traffic is definitely lighter than usual into eastern palo alto. let's go back to the desk. >> this is day seven of the oakland teachers strike, contract talks continue, new deal yet. negotiations were rejected for the latest offer from the oakland school district. jesse is at skyline high school now, the teachers union is about to hold a news conference. good morning, jesse. >> good morning to you, i will move out of the way, that mother - - the members have gathered for that news conference and they are actually starting right now. this is day seven of the teachers strike. there walking here outside skyline high school, at 4:30 this morning, and the hour has moved along, the ranks have
steadily grown. we have members from albany, san lorenzo, and they join the fray, those teachers from the other districts, they came together thursday by staging a sick out in solidarity. the union rejected the latest school district proposal, a 10% pay raise over four years including a 2% bonus. teachers hold firm to the demand of 12% over three years, we will come back live, they are still waiting to start this news conference. it is just starting right now, we are going to move in and get you a little bit of sound, then we will come back in about half an hour or so, to have those comments. it is just starting right now, so i will let you listen.
>> parents and students, we want you to keep coming out to support us, show the district that you want your voices to be heard. they have to be heard. >> jesse is covering the open teachers strike news conference , we will be back to get all of the latest information and in the meantime, we have created a hotline to get information on the strike. the number is right here. it will be scrolling across the bottom of your screen. you can call in at any time, we will be a break up dating the report all day. we expect to learn whether four the sheriff deputies and a sergeant will be facing charges. san mateo county da steve wagstaff says his office has completed the investigation into the death as of last fall. the 36-year-old redwood city man was running in and out of traffic, october 3rd. the responding deputy claimed
he was attacked, the deputy called for backup and fired his stun gun. >> the time is 7:35. oakland police released more information about a shooting where one man was killed and three others were hurt, it happened just after 5:00 last night near 98th avenue outside the 76 gas station, a pair of men at a pair of women were shot, and a man from san leandro died at the scene. there is no word yet on suspects or motive. if you have any information, call oakland police. police need your help to find a man who attacked a woman at the popular stevens creek trail. the attacker is described as african-american between 20 and 30 years old. he had a caribbean accent and was wearing a gray warriors sweatshirt. the victim was visiting from massachusetts and set the man approached her monday night, and try to start a
conversation. he dragged her into the bushes and repeatedly punched her face, she bit him, and he finally left when a pair of people happened to pass by. >> we also have new details about a young woman killed in a landslide at a san francisco fort feinstein, she died in one of her favorite places. she was raised in utah but she moved to oakland. she was walking her dog with a friend on friday when the cliff gave way. she was buried by the landslide and still has not been found. witnesses say she was heading up the cliff when that landslide occurred. more affordable housing is coming to san francisco, the city cleared the backlog of applications, and the mayor issued a permit to speed up the process. 90% of the apartments are rent-
controlled. >> the time is 7:36. relief is being provided for a woman who is both homeless and seven months pregnant. amber sullivan has lived in the san jose homeless shelter for the past couple years, but she cannot stay there once her baby is born. sullivan received a surprise, she has been approved for the program rapid rehousing, she will get a one bedroom apartment while her place is examined, to help her get back to school. >> i hope at the end of the day, everybody that has helped me, it feels like they have given so much help. >> there are 7400 homeless people in santa clara county. the program is designed to have recipient live on their own after one year of subsidized housing. santa clara county has purchased a pair of bankrupt hospitals and health clinic.
st. louis' regional hospital and depaul urgent care center were purchased for $35 million. they were owned by nonprofit verity health system, that filed for bankruptcy. bonfire season will start today, bonfires are allowed between 6:00 in the morning at 9:30 at night. the bonfire season normally begins as a winter no burn. comes to an end, and it continues until october 31st. you can use one of the 16 fire rings set up on the beach between fulton and lincoln, and groups of 25 people or more have to apply for a permit. >> the california highway patrol is cracking down, officers posted between their department and live north livermore police, they issued 109 carpal citations, on 583 that area, just yesterday morning. >> our time is 7:38.
coming up at 8:00, a man is emerging as a new leader of al qaeda, and we will tell you his linked to osama bin laden. we are looking at a slow commute and this backup, and your drive is unencumbered. >> a quiet weather start, friday we transition to wet weather in time for the weekend and i have details coming up.
midnight our time, it is going to the international space station. no humans are going to be on the test flight. but it will carry a dummy, covered with sensors. elon musk has called it ripley, experts hope it will determine environmental conditions for humans on the spacecraft. a texas school district is changing the dress code in hopes of fighting teen vaping, banning long sleeves after several parts of children vaping on campus. the superintendent decided to take action, announcing that students are blowing smoke into their sleeves to hide it. students who wear long sleeves to school will have to roll them up past their wrists. a man set a woman's car on fire and it was captured on
camera, the man was recorded wearing a hood, walking around the car, then he pours gasoline on it. he ran away as the car burst into flames, he jumped into a car and drove away. the owner of the car said she has no idea why the man did it, but worries he will be back. >> we looked at the video to see if someone was driving around, we didn't notice anything, so i don't know if it happened maybe a day or two ago. i keep looking to see if there is somebody outside, because i am worried something else is going to happen. sue her car insurance just laughed, so she is not covered. uber and left our offering discounted rates for some customers being picked up from san francisco international airport. customers can save three dollars per trip, making that selection in the app means that you will be picked up on the top level of the garage, that area was just redesigned to
accommodate rideshare. there is a new effort in san francisco to prevent low income families from being forced out of the district, mission neighborhood centers is launching a campaign to provide affordable housing combined with childcare all at the same location. a lot is among the sites identified to be part of the program, the property will be transformed into 165 one- bedroom and two-bedroom condos, with the early childhood care and education center on-site. new york top the list of most expensive american cities for dating and in the bay area we are not far behind a date night in new york will run an average of $155. dating in san francisco wasn't much cheaper at $145 on average. san jose is third on the list, four dollars under san francisco. seattle and miami and miami
rounded up the top five, dinner, movie ticket, and post date nightcap were all included on the list. if you do it right, that sounds a little low to me. we have learned with our advanced in years, sometimes a nice homemade dinner and netflix is pretty good as well. >> as long as the kids are doing something else. maybe the air at grandma's house. it does not matter if you cook at home. as long as you have the one-on- one time. >> it is for mom and grandpa. >> if you are getting out on the roads today, it is a little better than it has been over the last few days, for example we are looking at highway 24 and yes there is congestion. is today it was slower, today it is moderate. you can see the toll plaza, no major problems on the bridge,
and this is a look at the san mateo bridge, things have their it up rather nicely. you can see a little slowing, peninsula traffic is much better. this is the best day of the week for peninsula traffic. we do have some slowing and this is a look at downtown san jose and it looks all right. and we will bring in rosemary, during today's weather. >> good morning to you, tgif. we have first friday events going on later today. as we get into the weekend, wet weather is returning. we are giving you a view of that wet weather, we are in pretty good shape when it comes to rainfall amounts. most are 100% of average or above, santa rosa is 128% of average, oakland is just below, but not by much. we will continue to accumulative as we get into your weekend. here is the view of the storm tracker, where we have mostly cloudy skies right now. tomorrow morning it will be
widespread, rain in the bay area, snow in the sierras, tomorrow, dry conditions through most of your friday. some sprinkles getting into the evening hours, and here is a look at 6:00 or so, when the sun sets. and if you are going to be out and about, especially late at night, scattered showers will arrive. tomorrow morning it is widespread at this point, into the sierras we got snow, with an advisory for travelers starting tonight. here is a look at tomorrow, scattered showers. it looks like a saturday morning event, steady and moving through, then hit or miss saturday afternoon and into sunday, we will remain with unsettled weather. rainfall amounts, anywhere from half inch to an inch, we will see a good amount of rain over the next 48 hours or so, but nothing like what we have seen over the last few days. the russian river continues to receipt and that is some of the good news going on today. here is a view of the winter storm warnings for folks going
up along highway 50 and interstate 80. this goes all the way into sunday morning, higher peaks are expected to get up to 2 feet of snow. in the afternoon today, we go upper 50s and lower 60s, a lot like yesterday, quiet weather for today, wet weather returns on saturday, showers on sunday, and we do dry out for the second part of sunday, we are dry on monday, the next chance of rain moves in on tuesday. >> the time is 7:48. the new policy by youtube about videos that feature young children. and first we check in with frank, to see what is going in - - we are looking at what is going on. >> we will tell you about a brave little girl with a terminal illness, mom and dad came up with an idea to burst her spirits. and new at 8:00, a family project that has turned into a worldwide phenomenon, and a remarkable number of photos are coming in so far.
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this morning. analysts like the move. overall, stocks are up today despite some disappointing numbers on many factoring activity here in the united states and in china, we are taking a look at the big boards, the dow jones is up by about a third of a%, 76 points, 25,093. approaching that 26,000 level, flirting with that right now, as i'm speaking. s&p 500 is up almost half a%, close to 2800 there, the nasdaq at 75, 65 up almost half a% as well. san francisco-based gap has announced it is splitting into a pair of public we traded companies, old navy will be its own company. a second company will include the gap, banana republic, and athletic. under the restructuring plan, 230 gap stores will close, over the next couple years. old navy reports annual sales of about $8 million and the other stores combined report 9
billion. youtube is starting to block users from commenting on videos featuring children under the age of 13. the company also said it would disable comments on videos that feature children under the age of 17 if it detects predatory behavior in the comment section. the move comes in response to concerns that pedophiles have used the website to exploit children. the company says it will take several months for the rules to apply to the billions of videos on the website. tesla started taking orders for the lower-priced model three, the newer version starts at $45,000. it will have a range of 220 miles but will not have autopilot technology. federal and state rebates on the car could drop the cost down to less than $30,000. tesla also announced it will close most stores and focus on online sales. the only stores left open will be what they say are the high- traffic areas. no word yet on which stores
will stay open. there are ten tesla stores in the bay area. that includes walnut creek and santana row in san jose. those might be considered the high-traffic areas. we will keep watching to see which ones shut down. >> the time is 7:55. people may be able to go back home in the next couple hours, coming up at 8:00, the live report, and how evacuees are reacting after seeing the damage for the first time. plus, another democrat will announce today that he is running for president, the pacific northwest governor who admits that he is the underdog. traffic looks pretty good on the golden gate bridge. the toll plaza is nice and lights. >> dry and quiet weather is in store for your bay area friday. a new storm is already moving
are getting a close look at the damage that was left behind, i will tell you when officials hope to have residence back into town, coming up. four people shot in east oakland, one of them is dead, and there is a search for those responsible for the shooting that happened outside a gas station. >> there are new concerns that teachers a separate east bay school district could soon go on strike. >> from fox news, this is mornings on channel two. >> good morning, happy friday one and all, welcome back to mornings on channel two. >> what a day to have the day off. rosemary is guiding us through this friday weather, and also looking through to the weekend. >> good morning to you, think, - - tgif to all of you. we will be dry for the day, wet weather moves in tomorrow, giving you a view across the bay, san francisco, here is another view where tenant temperatures range of the upper
40s around san francisco. in santa rosa we have 43 coming up airport reporting 45, oakland reporting upper 40s as well as livermore and san jose, checking in at 48 as well. here is the view from up above, can see all the cloud cover there, filtered sunshine is what we will see for your bay area on friday, with some scattered showers developing as we get into the second part of the evening. really it will be overnight and into tomorrow when that rain arrives. here is the view of the afternoon high, light wind, 60s for the bayshore, 61 for the inner east bay of livermore, details on this system that will bring some rain and snow to the sierras, coming up in just a bit. the time now is it. we will check the highways. >> good morning, rosemary. we do have traffic and that is going to be a little better than it was yesterday. this is a good trend, 28
minutes, not bad. take a look at the cash or fast- track lanes, and this is a look at the san mateo bridge, looking pretty good, with some slowing on the beginning. the peninsula traffic looks good. there is some slowing. people evacuated from the north bay flood zones may be able to go back home as soon as today. floodwaters were just starting to proceed. safety checks are scheduled to happen this morning. in the massive task of clean up is still ahead. a couple weather the storm inside their home, now they are seeing the damage this morning. >> that couple is absolutely devastated, noticing the damage to their home, they called it a dream home by the river, this road looked like the river the other day, you needed a boat to get through, you could see the
damage to the lower level of the house, they say some of the waves pushed through the garage, damaging belongings down below, causing significant damage to the home. they lived here 25 years, they don't know what they are going to do, they do not have flood insurance. >> another year, i just made a decision. >> we spent a couple days living things from the upper- level garage to the lower level garage. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: did you stay here the entire time? >> yes, we stay here the entire time our car is the next street
up. we have not been able to check on our vehicles. >> their home is along river road, this is what the stretch of road looked like just yesterday, this is video taken by the sonoma county sheriffs office. the water has receded, the road is dry enough that cars are able to get through, there is still significant flooding and backyards and outside of some businesses. we've seen debris in the street, just a few minutes ago, a large vehicle came through and try to clear some of the debris. there is mud all over the sidewalks. the governor has declared a state of emergency for sonoma county, this will allow funding and resources to help those flooded communities recover. we hope to start escorting residence back into town starting at noon today. i want to show you what it
looks like. we are finally seeing the road, you can see some of that mud. on this side, this is one of many businesses impacted by the flood water. >> thank you, alyssa. and the city looks more like an island as people are using both to get around. one person took some video from a kayak, he was paddling through city streets, surveying the damage. they have a big clean up ahead. the shopping district was on the east side of the city, it experienced some of the worst flooding. and there is video from napa county where the landslide close down redwood road, indefinitely. the sheriffs office posted this video on facebook. it happened on wednesday night, the road is completely blocked, but there are alternatives for people who live in the area. >> one that is now being attributed to flooding in
northern california, fast- moving flood water swept a man away and humble county as he tried to get help for his family. the sheriff said a group of people try to rescue the man by using a tractor, but that tractor stalled out. deputies had to use a boat to rescue the good samaritans. the body of the man was recovered yesterday morning. oakland police lease more information about a shooting in east oakland that left one man dead and three others hurt. it happened just after 5:00 last night near 98th avenue outside the 76 gas station. a pair of men and a pair of women were shot, a man from san leandro died on the scene. no word on a shooter or a motive for the attack. if you have information, call oakland police. we are expecting to learn whether the san mateo sheriff deputies and resurgent involved in a deadly stun gun accident incident are facing charges. the office has completed the investigation into the death.
last fall, the 60 - - the 36- year-old man was running in and out of traffic, the responding deputy claimed he was attacked, the deputy called for backup, fired his stun gun, and the man later died at the hospital. john burns is filing claims against the vallejo police department on allegations of misconduct by officers. >> we believe the problem is far greater in these individual cases. the office has been involved in at least 14 cases over the last seven years. >> reporter: he is representing the family of willie mccoy, was shot and killed by vallejo police, in early february in a taco bell drive-through. he was found unresponsive with a gun in his lap.
a vallejo sergeant said this about the officer's actions. >> the driver began to become alert. the driver looked at the officers, the officer began to yell commands including keep your hands up, show me your hands. the driver suddenly which down for the firearm. >> he's also visiting adrian burrell, the vallejo man who recorded the january traffic stop involving his cousin, when the officer suddenly charged onto his front porch and detained him. he alleges a violation of constitutional rights, assault and battery. tightening the rules for people who live in their rvs, the council voted to ban them from parking on city streets between 2:00 a.m. at 5:00 a.m. the council also directed the staff to create the rv permit program. many people complained about trash and a lack of parking
because people living in part rvs. others said it was the only alternative some people had because of the bay area housing crisis. >> it is appalling to even consider a proposal that would criminalize rv living without first fully creating another option for all of these individuals. >> the city came out and removed a lot of trash. within a couple of days, it is back, it is growing, it is growing. >> the city received more than 1500 calls or complaints about rv parking in 2018. teachers in the san ramon valley unified school district may find out today if they could be going on strike. they been voting this week on whether or not to authorize a strike as contract talks are changing. >> meanwhile, this is day seven of the oakland teachers strike. negotiations will continue, but
there is still no deal. >> the teachers union is holding a news conference to update the public about the strike. it is being held at skyline high school. from jesse coming up at 8:30. the oakland school board is slated to meet today after a scheduled meeting on wednesday, canceled because of a large protest. the board released a statement saying it expects - - a respects teacher first amendment rights and supports the community, but the board says it has to meet today or it could lose $1.3 million block grants, since today is the deadline for the board to adopt a plan for those funds. oakland charter schools many teachers say are partly to blame for the district downfall, they are supporting the strike. they are meeting at the leadership public school today, calling for an immediate stop to charter school growth in the city of oakland. they released a statement saying in part we are calling for a moratorium on the
expansion of new charters in oakland, because it makes no sense to open up new schools while shutting down others. striking teachers and supporters march to the state building and went to oakland yesterday where contract negotiations are taking place. union negotiators rejected the latest offer from the district, said to be a 10% pay increase over the next four years, that includes the 2% bonus. >> they have a lot more money. it is arbitrary that they jumped immediately to that offer. i remain optimistic. >> we been told that there is a line past which we cannot go. accounting is what we have and what we don't have. the state knows what we have and what we don't have. >> the teachers have not come down from the original demand of a 12% raise over the next three years. and smaller class sizes, more nurses and counselors. they say the only way to stop teacher turnover in oakland public schools. the numbers are are on your
screen. we are scrolling the number all morning along the bottom. call that number at any time for updated information, as we record that hotline throughout the day. up next and new, followed over the north korean summit, we are hearing from the family of an american college student who died in 2017 shortly after returning from north korea. why the parents of otto warmbier felt they had to speak up this morning. >> also the admission from pg&e, by the troubled utility said it likely cause the deadliest wildfire in california history. looking at the bay bridge, traffic is going to be moving along pretty well if you are driving on westbound bridges. >> dry, quiet weather is in store for your bay area on friday. wet weather is in place for the weekend and i have the details coming up.
the parents of otto warmbier, the american college student who died after being returned from detention north korea say they disagree with president trump defending kim jong-un over the death of their son. president trump said this week during his meetings with the north korean leader, he brought up the case of otto warmbier, who was arrested for taking down a epidemic propaganda poster. he died in 2017 shortly after
being sent home in a coma. president trump said he does not blame the screen leader for that, because he says kim jong- un told him that he didn't know about at, the president said he would take him at his word. the parents said we have been respectful during the process and now we must speak out, kim jong-un and his evil regime a responsible for the death of our son. and in the meantime, we are hearing differing versions of why the talks broke down in vietnam. >> they were willing to the nuclear eyes a large portion of the areas that we wanted, but we cannot give up all of the sanctions for that. >> what we proposed is the partial removal. >> disputing his claim that kim jong-un had asked for all of the sanctions to be lifted.
in a rare moment of agreement, nancy pelosi says the president was right to walk away from the summit without signing a deal. >> really, it is good that the president did not give him anything for the little that he was proposing. >> mike pompeo says the negotiations will continue between the united states and north korea. the washington governor has added his name to the growing list of democrats challenging president trump in 2020. he served in the house of representatives, and he acknowledged his underdog status but said his emphasis on combating climate change will set him apart from the rest. he will compete against six. and putting out this, it is
good to know that a claimant champion will be in the race, pushing the country to recognize what is at stake. in january he announced he would not seek the presidency himself. michael cohen will return to capital hill next wednesday. he finished three days of testimony on thursday he answered questions. lawmakers are not revealing details on what was discussed, but he says his answers were truthful. >> there is not much i can say, other than it was very productive. like i said, i am committed to telling the truth. >> he was able to shed light on issues that record to the investigation. we were able to drill down in great detail. >> he made exclusive - - he made explosive public testimony, he accused the president of breaking finance laws, calling him a racist, comment and cheat.
martha stewart is getting into the campus business. she is helping to develop a new line of products for pets. cbd is a compound found in marijuana that does not produce a high. she will work with a cannabis company based in canada. >> this is the commute that we have been waiting for all week. >> we have been waiting for that. traffic is getting even lighter as we move on. this is a look at the bay bridge. it is getting a little bit better. and you can see right there, a lot of traffic is waiting to get on. that will probably get better as the morning wears on. this is a look at 92, this has become better driving over the peninsula and down the bridge. definitely things are lighter
as we look at these commutes. we will bring you to rosemary with today's forecast. >> we have some good-looking weather in store for today. we will be in and out of - - temperatures will be relatively mild. high level clouds, filtered sunshine, for the most part, we will remain with this in place as we stream ahead of the system that will bring us some rain in time for tonight and into tomorrow. for today we are mainly dry, picking up on some scattered showers. you can see them over northern california. we are looking at half an inch up to 1 inch by the end of the weekend. we will get a decent amount of rainfall, nothing like what we have seen in recent days. the russian river continues to reseed today, and will be at monitor stage as we get into the second half of the afternoon. the winter storm warning for the sierras starts tonight and goes all the way until early sunday. up to 2 feet of snow is expected for the higher
elevations by the end of the weekend as well, and again we are looking at that rain moving in late tonight and into early tomorrow morning. temperatures are in the upper 40s in downtown san francisco. forty-three at castor valley, 49 in brentwood. it is mainly dry for the day, if you are going to be out in the evening hours, we might see a light shower or two, really tomorrow morning is when it is more widespread. 60 degrees will be the afternoon high and san francisco. low 60s in san jose with an increase in cloud cover for the night. the steady rain is expected into the morning hours, then we will break away to the on and off scattered showers for the second part of your saturday. we will even a chance for scattered showers on sunday. we begin to dry out sunday afternoon and we are dry on monday. the next chance for rain will move in on tuesday. >> it was nice to get a break while it lasted. the power of social media,
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people and destroyed the town of paradise. the official cause of the fire is still being investigated. in a filing, pg&e recorded a ten and a half billion dollar loss in anticipation of damage claims from the campfire. jerry hill says with better minutes and oversight, they could have prevented that fire. >> they allowed this condition to evolve into the bad state of repair that it is. if it is worn out, not secure, if it is the insulation that is bad, all of these things are maintenance problems that they should have caught. >> in the filing, the utility said the pg&e corporation believes it is probable that the utilities equipment will be determined to be the index ignition point of the 2018 campfire. a memorial church is counter suing the parent organization. they filed a lawsuit in december, claimed the church is
violating denomination governing rules. according to the chronicle, they responded with a doppler declaration of independence this week in the form of counter suing. they want control of the church property and they are seeking damages after the parent church refused to appoint a new pastor after jimmy williams resigned back in april. the cracked windows discovered at another san francisco high-rise, this time it is the brand-new salesforce tower. a pair of windows have cracked, one of them on the 12th floor and the other on the 14th floor. it is unclear why the windows cracked, boston properties tells the chronicle that the cracks are on the inside pains of the double pane windows, so there was never any danger of the glass falling on the street. the search is on for an attacker, coming up, a look at the man police are looking for
and the clue that could lead to his arrest. i'm outside skyline high school in oakland, day seven of the oakland teachers strike, what comes next after the latest offer was rejected. that story is directly ahead. we have a commute that is improving all over the place. westbound 24 looks improved on the way to the tunnel. >> mostly cloudy, dry weather, wet weather is in store for the weekend, i have details on what you can expect for the day and the extended forecast coming up.
the rain is coming back, right? >> yes it is. the first day of march is a dry one to be followed by a wet weekend, we are giving you a look outside our doors. mostly cloudy skies, temperatures at this hour in the upper 40s and 50s. san francisco, oakland, checking in right around 50 for the inner north bay of the santa rosa 45 at the napa airport, 40s and san jose. upper 60s, low 50s, light wind, mostly cloudy skies ahead of the rain, that moves in late tonight and into tomorrow. here is a view of the storm tracker, filtered sunshine for today, afternoon high of 60 degrees in san francisco, low 60s in oakland, upper 50s in napa. livermore, 61 degrees for you there, a tad warmer over san jose. sixty-four is your afternoon high, and as we get into the weekend, we are looking at more rain to fall, half an inch up to an inch expected by the end of the weekend. a decent amount of amount of
rain, nothing likely have experienced of the last few days. a winter storm warning is in place for the crs. this is in place and will last through most of the weekend, i will have details on the system and what to expect in the extended forecast coming up in just a little bit. the time now is age 31:00. how is the commute going? >> better now, definitely, more clouds have moved in and it is still dry. right now the traffic is okay on highway 24, going up to the tunnel. traffic is looking good and we backed up a little bit you can see things moving through, it is not a bad commute. eighty westbound has improved a little bit. it is still rather thick at the bay bridge. the last time we did a traffic report i was looking at the over crossing, it was still a little crowded. now it is getting later and later. all of that within the last 13 minutes.
good job. people who live near the flood zones in the north bay may be allowed to go back home as soon as noon time. the sonoma county sheriffs office says the general public will not be allowed back in until tomorrow, over the weekend. flood waters along the russian river have continued to recede and safety checks are scheduled for this morning and then the clean up work begins. the owner of the river theater downtown got a look at some of the damage yesterday. >> more of a loss than it looks, because of the sound equipment in here alone, it was all underwater. it doesn't matter how much preparedness you think you have, you always have something more. >> the governor declared a state of emergency in five counties affected by the storms, those counties are sonoma, amador and glenn counties, the declaration helps local officials to secure funding to deal with all of the damage. part of the clean up effort in the north bay includes taking care of all of the debris carried away by the
floodwaters. sky fox took these photos on thursday. you can see plenty of places where debris is piling up. look at that. also west of jenner, where the russian river empties into the pacific ocean, you can see more debris along the beach. spent highway 37 remains closed. eastbound lanes are now open and there is no estimate as to when the westbound lanes will be reopened. crews will not be able to start pumping water until the creek starts to receipt. the highway just reopened a week ago, after emergency repairs were done because of the flooding from the previous round of storms picked several north bay school districts are closed again this morning because of flooding and storm damage. this includes montgomery elementary and west sonoma county districts. we will continue scrolling the school closures to the bottom of the screen through the morning. we have extended coverage across the north bay all morning long. the oakland teachers strike
is starting its seventh day, and negotiators reject the latest offer coming from the school district. union members held a news conference outside of skyline high school. jesse is joining us, at the school. jesse brought us a little bit of that news conference. what else are the members saying? >> good morning to you. members are saying this is for the future of the school district and for the future of education, and the city of oakland itself. they say they fear mismanagement by the district for years, they believe it actually exacerbates the 20% turnover in teaching rain each year. >> the teachers are working with these students. they care, the values of the districts need to be in the trenches with the teachers. >> they are walking the straight line here at skyline high school around 4:30. the ranks of grown steadily as the morning has moved along.
members have received some reports support from berkeley, albany, and sandra lutes san lorenzo. union leaders say negotiations came to an end around 12:00 this morning. the union rejected the latest school district proposal, a 10% pay raise spread over four years, including a 2% bonus, that is double what they asked for last week. >> the district is planning on holding 24 schools across the district, that is a direct attack on black and brown families. we are going to do what it takes to save our school district from the hands of the billionaires. >> back here outside skyline high school, union members say
they are going to ticket here, the meeting originally was wednesday of this week. but it was disrupted, so they moved it to today, we will also talk to the school district later this morning, and get a response to the latest proposal that was rejected. we will head back to you inside the studio. hundreds of people honored a 17-year-old boy who died in a car crash in campbell. kurt vasquez was alone in his car when it crashed and sent him off. he was a student at westmont high school, set to attend the university of the pacific to play baseball. the california bulldogs retired his jersey in his memory. the cause of the crashes under investigation and investigators believe the wet weather may be
to blame. a man attacked a woman at a popular stevens creek trail. here is a sketch of the attracted the - - years sketch of the attacker. the victim said that he called himself jerry, and he was wearing a gray worriers sweatshirt. the victim was visiting from massachusetts and said the man approached her near creekside park on monday night. he tried to start a conversation. he dragged her into the bushes and repeatedly punched her face. she bit him and he finally left. the victim suffered serious facial injuries. the mayor's announcement - - the mayor's office announced 900 applications for units, the mayor issued an executive order to speed up that permit process. 90% of the departments are rent
controlled. amber sullivan has lived in a san jose homeless shelter for the past two years, but she cannot stay when her baby comes. sullivan received a surprise, she has been approved for rapid rehousing and she will get a one bedroom apartment while case managers help her find a job and return to school. >> i hope at the end of the day, everybody that has helped me feels like i have earned the help that they have given. >> reporter: the latest statistics show at 7400 homeless people in santa clara county. the rapid rehousing program is designed to have recipients live on their own after one year of subsidized housing. the bonfire season starts at san francisco ocean be. fires are allowed 6:00 in the
morning until 9:30 at night. the tradition typically ends with the end of the no burn. visitors can use one of the 16 the firings set up between fulton beach and lincoln way. youtube is starting to block users from commenting on videos featuring hidden under the age of 13, they would also disable comments on videos featuring children under the age of 17 if predatory behavior is detected in the comment section. have been reports that pedophiles have tried to exploit children through youtube. chp officers posted that they issued 109 carpool citations on 580, through that
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instagram. >> that will take you back. okay, thank you. the house oversight committee is threatening to subpoena the white house for information about donald trump ordering a top security clearance for jared kushner. the new york times is reporting that the president overruled concerns of intelligence officials including john kelly. the fbi and cia also had questions about his foreign contacts. the us state department is looking for the son of osama bin laden. he is emerging as a leader for all credit. the state department is offering $1 million for any information leading to his capture. he has been calling for attacks against the united states in audio and in video messages, it is believed that he wants revenge for the killing of his
father by american forces in 2011. a 7-year-old, anna suffers from an inoperable brain tumor. the idea spread through her community and then spread like wildfire on social media. there have been pictures of dogs and encouraging messages shared with her from people from all over the world. >> it literally went viral. it is really nice to see so many kind people trying to cheer her up. >> her dad says he's happy that he drives a truck so he can pick up all that mail. we posted a link for more
information about,. we are light, with no rain for the first time. >> it is friday, it is not raining, that is helping the commute, you are absolutely right. we've got a look at the commute and the drive, it is improving rapidly. a 23 minute drive is pretty good, at the bay bridge we have a little bit of a backup. it is getting better by the moment. this is a look at the commute, that looks good to the palo alto area and the peninsula in general and we will bring in rosemary filling in for steve. thank you very much. >> we are looking at mostly cloudy skies. removes and tomorrow, let's take a look at some of the rainfall since october 1st most areas, 100% of average. santa rosa, 180% of average.
the snowpack is close to 150% of average. more rain is on the way and we are looking at mostly cloudy skies, we are mainly dry for the day. we will fall into monitors staged later in the day. offshore we have some green popping up, northern california with a little bit of rain, going north across the coast of oregon and washington, and for us here at home, mostly cloudy on dry. may be some scattered showers as we get into the evening hours. all this cloud cover, moistening air in place for the evening hours, really it takes into the overnight hours and early saturday morning when it will be a widespread event. we now have snow in the sierras as well. snow levels are expected around 5500 feet for the weekend. lower to start and then climbing into saturday. here is a view into the evening hours, sunset on 6:00 scattered showers remain in the forecast,
there is a look at your sunday morning, mainly dry. we will call for a chance of scattered showers on sunday as well. and saturday morning looks to be the main event, widespread and study rainfall. rainfall amounts, half an inch to an inch of rain is expected but the next system. late sunday we will begin to dry out and we will be dry on monday as well. if you are headed to the sierras, be prepared for winter travel continuing into sunday morning up to 2 feet of snow is expected by the end of the weekend. here at home, we are starting out in the 40s and low 50s. forty-eight in downtown san francisco, and for the afternoon, upper 50s and low 60s, mostly cloudy skies, your extended forecast is dry today, wet weather is in place, scattered showers for the remainder of the weekend, dry on monday, the next chance for rain will move in on tuesday.
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our time. no people will be on the test flight but it will carry a dummy covered with sensors. experts hope ripley will help to determine environmental conditions for humans aboard the spacecraft. the capital could be used to take astronauts to the international space station later this year. the san francisco-based gap is splitting into two separate companies. we have a look at dollars and since this morning. >> gap is spinning off the most profitable brand, old navy, and closing stores in the process. the best-performing stores will be operated under its own company. the second will include the gap and an antirepublican. executives say 230 gap stores were closed and will be closed over the next two years.
old navy cells about $8 billion per for - - old navy cells about a billion dollars per year, the other combined stores, 9 billion. trading has been underway for the last two hours, and the numbers have been up for the most part, despite some disappointing news on manufacturing, both here in the united states and in china pick you can see the numbers coming back a little bit from the last hour. the dow jones is up just slightly right now. they went to the 26,000 level earlier today. s&p 500 also crossed above 2800, it is back to 2787 right now, the nasdaq is up a little less than a quarter of a% at this hour. cooper and left are offering discounts for customers being picked up at sfo, customers who select garage pickup can save three dollars per trip, making a selection in the app means you will be picked up on the
top level of the garage. that area was redesigned to accommodate rideshare. tesla is taking orders for the lower-priced model three, the new version is $45,000, it will have a range of 220 miles, but will not have tesla autopilot technology built in at the lower price. federal and state rebates could drop the cost to less than $30,000. tesla also announced it will close most of its source and focus on online sales instead. the only stores left open will be the high-traffic areas. there are ten stores in the bay area including marin county, walnut creek and santana row. those be - - those could be considered the high-traffic areas. no word yet on which stores will stay open, which will close, or how many jobs will be cut. stock is down 7% this morning
on that news, and i was just looking at tesla stock over the last year, it looks like a roller coaster, 100-point swings up and down. >> the owner has made some foolish decisions. >> a little sweet here and a little sweet there. >> coming up next, national day of unplugging. how to disconnect from digital devices and reconnect with yourself. and arsonist is caught on camera, details on the random attack and why the caller says the fire could not have happened at a worse time.
morning walking around the vehicle. as you can see pouring gasoline on top of it. he ran away in his car burst into flames. he jumps into a car and drives away. the car owner says she has no idea why this man did it but worries he might come back. >> we looking at the video to see if somebody was driving around. we did not notice anything. i don't know if it's someone who was here a day or two ago driving around. i keep looking to see if there is somebody outside because i am worried. >> she also adds her insurance just lapsed. she is not covered for the damage to the car. a wild road rage incident. this is near spokane, washington. a male was hanging onto the driver side of the score --.
the man had abruptly stopped his own car in the middle of traffic. he got out and started banging on the trucks window. the driver pulled away. it all happened as a police officer watched. who was waiting in traffic as well. he got the man off the truck. it is unknown what started the incident. a teenage boy in wisconsin was caught on camera breaking out of police custody. the escape itself happened in october of last year. we see the man is handcuffed after a search warrant. he is taken into an interview room. from the inside there is video from outside the station showing him making a break for it. the 17-year-old was recaptured four hours after escaping. the police department has installed steel security screens on its windows. mardi gras celebrations are underway in new orleans. the annual round of parades.
it brings more than 1 million people to the big easy each year. city leaders canceled one per session due to heavy rain. two other parades were able to weather the storm. the party continues until the big mardi gras celebration. that is said to happen next tuesday. the water is now receding in sonoma county. the latest on massive flood damage and what is happening today. >> plus a break in the rain. don't put away those umbrellas. what to expect as we head into the weekend. it's the seventh day of the teachers strike. the latest on negotiations. another school district may hit the picket lines. welcome, it's friday, march 1. 2019. a live look at san francisco. the first day of women's history month. president jimmy carter issued a proclamation declaring the week as national history