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better than that. but it sure gets early by the time we head to next week. solder, sunny and warm for a while. there was hints of rain and now they've said we're taking that away. not at the moment. looks dry for ten days, maybe even longer. 74, 76, santa rosa, five above average this time of the year. a lot of 30s and below freezing. fairfield was 31. now 33. 30s for fremont and redwood city. pen grove is down in the 30s. novato, and winder, around petaluma and sebastopol. everyone else is much calmer and the humidity is going up. that's the only site i can find with gusts like that. lark and in
charge, old coal mornings and the dies are going to get much shorter. late friday saturday, sunday morning, 70s on the high side. for now, it's warm. >> i'm looking at the commute, steve, and i think i like what i see. 22-minute drive from the carkinas bridge to the maze is not all that show this time of the morning. we're getting a little bit more slow traffic joining us in the east bay. we're seeing traffic on 680 and you can see there is a little bit of slowing on the richmond bridge. not really a big commute 0880 heading south and the
silicon valley looks good approaching the 17. 7:03, let's go back to the desk. orinda, police are searching for whoever is responsible for a mass shooting at a halloween party. >> we are near the home that's a crime scene. good morning. >> good morning. we're up in the hills of orinda and we just saw some search and rescue teams. they are also assisting with this investigation. i got a chance to speak with the neighbors. he told me almost everyone in this area has kids, many of them have been trick-or-treating before this shooting and he said he was scary to hear gunshots in this typically quiet neighborhood. >> people were fleeing everybody the neighborhood and we just tried to kind of take cover and make sure everybody was fine. we had no idea when it started what
was going on originally. >> reporter: she's some new video from a couple minutes ago. we saw a couple people exit a police car and they did not want to say what happened. around 10:45, several young people were seen injured and bleeding and taken to different hospitals around the area. neighbors say it was an airbnb that was rented out for a party. it was advertised as a mansion party on a social media post. i got a chance to see some video from inside the party that was posted on instagram and looked like that party was packed. i only saw a few people wearing halloween costumes and it looked like they were having add good time. there was no indication what led to the shooting. police have not released a motive or given out any detail business a shoot or who they may be looking for. ktvu reached out to airbnb said and they are urgently
investigating and that neighbor that you heard from also said that party had been extremely noisy and some neighbors had complained earlier in the night. reporting live in orinda, fox news. and police are investigating a deadly shooting by one of their own officers in the allen rock neighborhood yesterday afternoon. police got several calls about a man with a handgun walking down jackson north of mckey road. the man was holding a gun and did not drop it. one police officer fired at the man and officers performed cpr before he was taken to the hospital. and lights are back on for everyone who lost power in the pg&e service shutoff. more than a million in the back-to-back shut up. 1,400 still without electricity. 800 of them live in areas where there is wind
related damage that will be repaired later today. there are 1,200 customers in sonoma county who don't have service at all near geyserville, the fire is still burning. and climate activists will be protesting, calling on lawmakers to reform california energy by switching to renewable sources. organizers say the kincaid fire and pg&e outages are the very latest in a substantial actions for climate change. and an update on the kincaid fire burning in sonoma county. cal fire says it is 60% containment and more than 120 square miles. containment went up to 65% in one day yesterday. so far, the fire has
destroyed 349 homes, sheds, and other buildings. sonoma county is speeding up the efforts because of the kincaid fire. the board of supervisors approve aid measure declaring a local state of emergency. supervisors say they need to take action because they are concerned the county may not be eligible for disaster fund and praised the community's perseverance and the tireless work of firefighters and law enforcement. supervisors supported the decision for massive evacuations that affected some 180,000 people. >> i think it's the right wing to do to prevent any fatalities or injuries. we can punt with a little bit of traffic. i think it was definitely un o equivocally, the right thing to do. many people in sonoma county are trying to bounce back and help those affected by the
kincaid fire and return back to normality. lots of kids in santa rosa took to the streets last night, bull all afternoon people wind up in community centers to pick up donated groceries, to pick up food in their warm refrigerators. it prompted mass evacuations and combined with power shut offs and many are still in need of food and supplies. >> the only thing we have is -- nothing's fresh. we have no eggs and milk. we can live but not comfort able. >> i think everyone helps. i work a block away. we don't know if we're getting paid or not. >> reporter: another donation of windsor in cloud collude colluded candy and groceries. organizers say basic refrigerated items are the top requests. new this morning, 82 people are under arrest after a
statewide halloween sweep of a sex offender parolees, as part of operation boo safety project. last night, 100 sex offenders were made during compliance checks and purchases of pornography. seven parolees were arrested and others were found to have weapons, drugs, or having done other parole violations. up next, it was a case that gained national attention after two black businessmen were arrested last year after they sat down in a starbucks without ordering anything. the regional manager was fired but she's suing the coffee shop, why she says activities you a case of dis-chris name fashion the white people. good morning. we do see traffic is getting a little bit busiest on some of the key commutes. we'll let you know where it's starting to look slow
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into a kidnapping case in the rock ridge neighborhood on golden gate. the man told neighbors and police two men wear being masks put zip ties and duct tape over his mouth. he was forced inside his home where they took his debt it debit and credit cards and a third person followed them in a car to an atm. >> i can't believe he was abducted. >> this has always been a safe neighborhood. we have had break-ins here at the house. there was about 20 years ago, but recently, it's been relatively safe. >> police have not identified any suspects. if found they could face burglary, robbery, and kidnapping charges. anyone with information is asked to call the police. san francisco has a new auto burglary task force operation meant to crack down on the
number of car break-ins. the interim district attorney will work with police and the sheriff's department and the chp, in organized rigs that are responsible for the majority of san francisco's auto burglary. >> this is an organized crime effort, that's why this is a task force. it's a regional issue and it's something we're tackling looking at it, recognizing when the folks are doing it are organized we have to be recognize. >> some 70 vehicles are broken into every day. the 49ers have a well distinguished important monday night game on the 11th against their division rivals, the seattle seahawks. the niners are only 8-0 for the second time in history. last night's game, tougher than man thought, but the niners came out on top. the story line, a little bit different than in previous
games, why their defense was not normal dominating, jimmy garoppolo had one of the best games in as 49ers uniform. >> reporter: they've had a 9-0 win in the mud and games where their defense has totally dominated. against arizona, the 49ers needed to depend on their quarterback. jimmy grab low became the first quarterback in 19 years to throw for over 300 yards at 4 touchdowns. >> he played great today. right on top, he made a lot of off schedule plays. >> he's pretty good. i don't know why people don't think. >> it was a great atmosphere. fateful showed up again as usual bet we've got a long way to go as a final people. >> the offense may have been productive with the offensive
night. that was not the case with the 49er defense. >> you need to be on, on all levels and there is accountability and we'll watch the tape and critically. that's not championship football. >> 8-0 and looking to be better. if you're kyle shanahan, that's what you like to hear from players. ktvu fox 2. we have some breaking news. >> it's police activity of some sort. eastbound on the bay bridge, eastbound toward oakland from san francisco. it's closest to the oakland side. you can see all the lanes are closed and chp is looking for a suspect and a victim. that's all we know for sure. we don't know what's going on here. traffic is completely stopped. i've seen a lot of police activity. we have a crew it's way and this is also
affecting westbound traffic even though westbound lanes are open. chp issued a sigalert, meaning they expect this to be there for a while and people are beginning to stack up on the way from san francisco to oakland. the eastbound bay bridge is shut down. if you're trying to get across from the east bay, the best way is go to the san mateo bridge, or through marin county and use the richmond bridge. right now i would not recommend using the bay bridge. perhaps you want to use bart to get to the east bay. it may affect westbound commute, as well. we'll keep an eye on that for you. and i want to look at the toll plaza, lanes are beginning to back up. you can see these lanes are beginning to slow down to see what the activity is. northbound and southbound, the
east bay commute has been okay. there has been no problems through marin, and we'll keep updating you and let you know what's going on. 7:18. let's bring steve in with today's weather. >> it's cold. there's 20s, 30s starting off but it's a dry pattern. we're carrying that from october to november, at least for first ten days. truckee, cold and 18. squaw had their snow making going yesterday. unfortunately, it looks like lucy returned to the running of the jib. what does he mean by that? he goes to kick the football and lucy pulls away. the gft showed rain and pulled it away. 30s around lake tahoe and include at home with
37. 18 in truckee, 25 in el reno. the mornings are cold. there are a couple 20s around stony point road. sunny and warm. no rain at the moment. looks dry ten, 14 days out. last year it changed. 70s on the temps here. san francisco, 71, 51, the low is right where you should be. that's what the climatology tells us and theenge will be 4 degrees above. 20s for a few. there are many out there. there is a lot of 30s. no vat o, santa rosa, san leandro, castro valley all in the 30s. pleasant, 33, branddwood, 37. and pinole
at 40. the wind is still slightly offshore. not as long all the way down to the santa cruz mountains. there is a lot of cold air in place though. almost the entire country is in cold air just about. that cold air has settled down to the desert. that's palette cold for them and 41 los angeles, it was 37 yesterday. some hoteration may be taking place but remember we'll set our clocks back an hour so the nights will be longer, mornings will be cold. sticks and 70s. i morgan hill, 79-gill way and 77, santa cruz. the afternoons get warm they just don't last very long. sunny, quiet into the weekend. 7:00 it would be. mcdonalds celebrating the 40th anniversary of its happy meals. coming up what they are bringing back to
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chp is blocking it. they are looking for something on the freeway. it's some sort of criminal matter eastbound that has shut down the lanes. westbound is going to be slow and we have a crew that's just arriving on the convenience trying to get to the bottom of this but in the meantime do not use the bridge from oakland to san francisco. we'll have more alternate routes coming up. congress stabbed a roadmap for the impeachment of president trump. the full house voted nearly along party lines to formalize the process moving forward. it was not an actual impeachment vote. instead it clears the way for if you believe testimony and allows president trump's legal counsel to participate. >> i don't know republicans are afraid of the truth. every member should support the american people to hear the facts for themselves. >> democrats are trying to
impeach the president because they are scared they cannot defeat him at the ballot. >> a formal impeachment vote could push the vent trial into january and february and would require six presidential candidates to stay in washington for at least a month. kamala harris is calling on the state department to open an investigation into president trump's personal attorney. in an open letter, the california senator decided rudy giuliani has pocketed several news reporters that heard him discussing overseas dealings, that giuliani may be running a shadow-foreign policy in the white house. apple will be helping the u.s. government with collecting census information. the census bureau is looking for a way to approve the efficiency. hundreds of thousands of devices using the apple ios software could be
used for the census. apple's cfo can lower the device of census taking and maintain security and privacy data. apple's financial services will be involved to minimize public costs. census information is collected every ten years and is critical to determine government representation and equal distribution of funds. 7:26, republican candidates will be discussing what they call election tampering and crimes she say have been committed against her during her mayoral campaign. valwas under fire after posting a billboard depicting the mayor leaning back in a desk with her feet upholding a stack of money, speakingy eng planner pub in san leandro.
and a former starbucks, two african-american were arrested in her store where they sat down without ordering anything. the story gained national attention and she was fired a month later. in the lawsuit, phyllis alleged starbucks ordered her to fire a subordinate that had nothing to do with the event. starbucks is denying the claims in the lawsuit. people are doing what they can to help survivors. coming up, people are lending a helping hand to get back on their feet. and growing frustration over how pg&e does business. we're live with information on a rally that's planned later today. the juul record.
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welcome back. first we have to get to breaking news. police activity has shut down the eastbound bay bridge. sale is monitoring the changing situation. sale? >> that's right, gasia and frank, we have all the eastbound lanes closed. the closure near the toll plaza, crews have arrived on scene and you can see the squad cars are blocking the eastbound lanes here. we've been hearing reports on police radio they are looking for a suspect vehicle and something that happened so without speculating we'll let you know it is police activity. we'll let you know but eastbound lanes are not getting
through. westbound lanes are and we'll show you what's going on. police are too busy to talk to us right now. we'll let you know what happens. let's talk about some of the other commutes. this is another look from our camera there and you can see the traffic is not getting through. let's move along and take a look at the toll plaza on the right. you can see cars are going by, but they're very slow. the eastbound commute has started off light. it had been a lighter than usual commute. 731 times, let's go now to steve. >> thank you, sir. it is a cold one for many and the dry and cold mornings and warm afternoons, there are a bunch of 29 degrees temperatures here so if you're about ready to take the dog out, you may think you're good for another hour.
north santa rosa, 29. sonoma and 29 and along lakeville highway. west along stony point road, so if you see tens and 20s, there are a bunch of them. a sunny and mild afternoon. they don't last very long and there is no running out napa airport is down to the 30. redwood city, fremont, over to caster valley, 30s, fairfield, 33. on the peninsula, mid-30s. atherton, stanford, los altos, and redwood city to 39. still an offshore component. it's not that strong but it will translate into some warm temps by the coast. the pattern for the wind is changing
and is dry. sunny and mild conditions. 67. more breaking news this time in the eastbound bay. the search is on the way for a shooter who opened fire in orinda. the home is not far from highway 24. the shooting started just before 11:00. authorities say more than 100 people were at the party. the home was being rented out and gunfire woke them up. those who were injured were taken to a local hospital and are still working to learn their condition. after most people get their power back, the ceo is responding to frustration from people and businesses all affected by the disruption. >> for us, the main thing is, we cannot cause any fire for these people, we didn't burn down any houses. the kincaid fire is still under investigation. one of the things we did was give
them the opportunity to refill their refrigerator because their house is still there. >> overall they said more than 1 million customers lost power during the shut off that started on saturday. a new pg&e report said the plan the power outage may have prevented multiple fires across northern california. the utility filed the information as part of required reporting on the criminal reporting in 2010. pg&e said its crews compiled 25,000 lines and outages which started october 9th. >> officials say the loss of power to senior complexes is a good reminder for everyone to be prepared. seniors at the bennett house complex in bennett were stranded because the elevator didn't work. the marin county sent supplies such as food and flashlights. another group of
seniors at the villa that housed the complex in novato was also trapped. nearly all the adults are 65 or older. >> it is an important opportunity for maybe their children to really understand what it is independent living means. in both cases they were living in assisted living facilities and have rules on how they operate. and fire crews say they are making significant progress the fire is currently more than 121 square miles. it barely has grown from this time yesterday. containment went up to 20%, 45% to 65% in one single day. so far the fire destroyed 349 homes, sheds, and other buildings. >> one nurse who was evacuated from sonoma county managed to keep track of her patients. martha martinez showed how she
spent her time caring for others. >> this is first time paige has been able to visit her home-pound patients in a week. she's visiting kincaid, for those who were under a mandatory evacuation order. >> he came back the very next day. >> i had to force myself to come back home because of the wound. >> reporter: he's a quadriplegic, suffering from bedsores. >> the wound i was getting worse, the longer i was off the maltress, the worse it was going to get. >> reporter: his low-pressure mattress is lifesaving so he had to get back to it. the nearest hospital with one was shut down. >> this was no choice. i had to get back into my air mattress. >> i'm so happy he came back.
>> reporter: his nurse is happy, but stuck with kilgore in a mandatory evacuation zone. >> she kept calling me, i kept calling her three times a day, making sure everything is okay. >> reporter: while she advised ken over the phone, she drove to her other patients she couldn't reach over the phone. >> i was knocking on doors and seeing if they were okay. >> in sonoma county there are over 160 patients like ken who were impacted by the wildfire and some of their nurses had to evacuate themselves. >> they didn't have their scrubs, equipment, but they wanted to get out there and work, too. >> reporter: she says dedication comes with a territory. >> i'm a nurse, and that's what i do. all of us who could were working the whole time. >> reporter: for her patients, in the midst of tragedy, it's so much more.
>> to me they really care about you. >> reporter: in santa rosa, marley martinez. >> many people and organizations are pitching in to help those whose lives were disrupted in the middle of the kincaid fire. the culinary center prepared a halloween dinner for people in need. the school brought in three back up generators to keep business doing and are just doing their part to help those who have been through a lot recently. >> we're really happy to provide some meals who have had a rough couple weeks and this town has had a rough couple years with all of these fires. >> the food was delivered to a family service center that provides social services and job training. the dinner served about 250 people in sonoma county, many of whom who hadn't had a warning in the neck several days. several areas remain under evacuation and warnings and airbnb has a
special section on its website. a nonprofit freedom of speech group is trying to reveal documents in the nia wilson homicide case. she was stabbed to death last year. a the first amendment coalition made the move to unseal the records after his attorney ruled a secret motion to try to get the judge to throw out the charges potentially preventing the public from knowing anything about the intent to work on the case. 7:39. five members of a fraternity are facing charges in connection with the alcohol poisoning of an underaged member. 18-year-old noah dominguez attended a party at sigma epsilon campus. his blood alcohol level was .33 at the time of his death.
each of the five fraternity members are on the lease and charged with misdemeanor accounts by allowing a party or gathering where underaged drinking was permitted. their arraignment is set for next month. a big recall could affect your next batch of kookies. coming up why nestle toll house is recalling several batches of kookies. and we'll have more on mornings on 2. >> good morning. teachers across the country are figuring out new ways to keep students engaged and excited about learning. coming up we'll talk about how one developer is hoping to bring virtual reality to classrooms nationwide. still to come on the 9 we sit down with one of the creative minds behind the fully immersive zombie game you can experience at the san francisco mint. we're back after the break. (vo) the flock blindly falls into formation.
at the season of audi sales event. 7:43. a wildfire forced several thousand people from their home. the fire is called the maria fire. it broke out south of the city of santa paula about 15 miles east of the city of ventura. ventura counties it's burned through more than 8,000 containers and more than 7,500 people are in a mandatory evacuation zone. >> the homes ask businesses on the lower edges of this fire. >> firefighters say at least two structures have been lost. more 131,800 are threatened.
the reagan and presidential library, the fire burned nearly 1,800 acres and is 60% contained. two structures were destroyed but at one point, not now, more than 7,000 homes were being investigated. its equipment maze have been involved in starting the fire. cuba guiding junior was back in court pleading not guilty to new sexual misconduct charges for allegedly groping a third woman. the most recent accusation stems from a new york's nightclub. the accuser claims gooding forcibly touched her. and this newly released video shows him making contact with the waitress. she's accusing him of pinching her back side as he walked past her but his lawyer says it doesn't show any questionable behavior.
>> he taps her in the back and asks her for a high five. i'm totally confident this case will not result in any conviction to cuba guiding junior. >> he faces a total of six misdemeanor counts, three of forceable touching and three of sexual abuse in the third-degree. there are more than a dozen women willing to corroborate the charges against the actor. guiding denied all allegations. instagram is setting down a controversial app called like patrol. it scans data and a you loss users to track the social interactions they follow. they sent a cease and desist order. life patrol argued it was collecting public data. a public merger this morning and good news for jobs. >> and good news for us pam is
back in the studio in dollars and sense. >> the new report this morning shows 125,000 jobs. unemployment up slightly to 3.6%, still near a 50 yearly low. average hourly earnings are up 3%. the market is higher when the opening bell rang this morning after that better than expected report. by the way, the march of dimes, ringing the bell to kick off prematurity awareness month and it's healthy moms, strong babies campaign. taking you live to the big board, dow jones up -- 250 points. up almost a full percentage points. 27,297, the s&p 500 up three quarter and the nasdaq, 8365 for the nasdaq. a
block buster deal involving two of the most well-known, high-tech companies. google is buying fit fit, valued at $23.1 billion and helps google in its attempt to built the market for wearable smart devices, to compete with apple and the software to support them. the deals of google buying stocks last january. and nestle is issuing a recall for some of their ready to cook dough, including cookie dough bars. i looked at the list, it's pretty extensive. go to the nestle website to see if
you involved. and mcdonalds is celebrating the 40-year kids meal november 7th to the 11th. the special surprise happy meal will be available in more than 90 countries. bugs bunny, from space jam, furbies, my little pony, and i have to say i just kind of started to look into the history of happy meals when i was working on the story. some of them are from the '70s and 80s, 90s, some could sell from thousands on ebay. i'm thinking probably any of those we collected went to the good will or the garage sale or something. >> i knowledge they did. but interesting. you may have something of value in your home. daylight saving time is this weekend as we fall back into the standard time. >> we get another hour of sleep. >> at 2:00 a.m. sunday, clocks go backwards an hour. last november california voters
approved a proposition in favor of keeping day live saving time year-round. it hit a road block when a southern california senator said they were worried about their clocks being out of sync with mexico. if it has it will still need federal approval. >> an extra hour of sleep, i'll take it any way i can get it. and the bay bridge has been shut down for a good half an hour or so. >> it's police activity nearly the toll plaza. they have opened up a couple plains to allow some of this traffic to make it through eastbound at the bay bridge. this is near the toll plaza. you can see two lanes are -- maybe three, looks like three lanes are closed and a couple of right lanes are open and here is the police activity this does look luke police were looking for evidence on the ground here and spray painting markers, doing measurements and that sort of thing. eastbound
traffic is going to be slow. there is a lot police active here as you can see now, the traffic obviously is gone to be affected coming from san francisco to oakland. as you can see look at the bridge and all that slow traffic. look down at the lower deck in san francisco. we're in a stan still in the bridge, so on the very light you can see the traffic moving into san francisco, but coming the other way is not very good. this is an unexpected delay. we suggest using the san mateo bridge, or perhaps through marin. if you can do that and use the richmond bridge over to the east bay, otherwise the commute had been lighter. look at the east bay commute, but for the most part, it had. lighter. marin county, southbound 101 approaching the civic center, there was a little bit of a crash there. the silicone valley has not really been busy. it's a little bit slow on 85. 751 with today's weather. let's bring steve in. >> can i drop a little weather
geekness on you? >> yes. >> can the time change understand morning all the weather information comes in an hour earlier. it's like christmas arrived early. and another thing is for people who have our schedule, it gets dark earlier so you can go to bed. >> some people don't like that. >> we'll get to it. in the forecast models you know what i'm talking about. 29. north santa rosa, felton, santa cruz mountain, and also along the lakeville highway. and i should also add ken wood is 27 and there is a 24 in west sherona park. i loved you windsor long before everyone else. and windsor is 32 warm degrees, that's why i didn't include that.
28, yet at my house, it's 32, but no freeze warning here. that's true, it is to the north. it's also down towards the salinas valley and san benito county. thursday and friday, that was yesterday and also this morning. i see 32 in morning an hill. felton, now district attorney, and cooper tin o, senate, san francisco, and the bay, there is no rain in sight at the time. there was hints a couple days ago, now it has been taken out, probably nothing through the tenth or 12th. 70s are the temps. lows are right where they should be or below. the city did get to 51 and that's average. around fremont, redwood city at 37 degrees. there ares around and there is still a slight offshore component. not that strong, thank goodness, but little there.
high pressure is here for a while. about 90% of the country, all the way down to the desert southwest where blight is 38 degrees. thankfully no more lows dropping into nevada, but the inter mountain range, that pattern has changed dry going forward. 60s, mid-70s, to upper 70s for a few. morgan hill, beulller and santa cruz. chick-fil-a took another hit in the chicken sandwich war. coming up why the popular food chain is apologizing for its national sandwich day e-mail. and legendary rock band journey announced a 2020 tour. all the details on when you can check out journey right here in the bay area. but first, she's hoping to become san francisco's
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closed for what police say was a shooting eastbound near the toll plaza on the eastbound bay bridge from san francisco to oakland, and you can see how the traffic is stacking up. at one point, all the lanes were closed and traffic was at a standstill. we see some movement but chp says gunshots were seen by an off-duty officer 645 amz driving toward oakland. the officer saw a man in a compact silver suv. according to that officer, those people took off, at least the suspect vehicle took off. eastbound traffic is getting a little bit better. you can see they pick up the evidence or they look for evidence. we'll tell you more about this coming up at the top of the hour..
and that is a big piece of wood in a woman's car and it's incredible she was not injured. it hit on the windshield yesterday morning between mcdonald avenue of cutting boulevard. shards of glass hit the woman in her face but she's okay otherwise. no word yet on how that big chunk of wood ended up on her windshield. and we're four days away from election day. for the past few weeks we've been introducing to you four candidates running for the office of san francisco district attorney. this morning we hear from the final candidate who is also the intern d.a. she's a former city prosecutor who ran a nonprofit helping children overcome the trauma of violence and was the former president of the police commission. when the mayor appointed her interim d.a., they say she had an unfair advantage. she said it's still an open seat and she's not listed as an incumbent on the ballot. >> and i'm honored and i'm working really hard to be
selected by the voters to continue to do the job. i started as an intern, so i can say, our job is to do justice. >> she said her responsibilities are to reduce crime such as the number of car break-ins and recent polls show she's in a might race with the public defender. we have breaking news as some lanes are back open after police activity shut down all eastbound lanes on the bay bridge right near the toll plaza. we have crews at the scene to bring you the latest on what happened. >> shots fired at the east bay. four people are dead. we're live with new reaction from neighbors and the latest on the investigation. a sigh of relief as containment grows in the massive kincaid fire in sonoma, how police are trying to get their lives back to nationalal. and growing frustration against pea and activists are calling for more changes, why
there are lingering questions about the utility's future. good morning, well and back. it is friday november 1st, i'm mike meback. >> and i'm gasia mikaelian. >> they are still collecting evidence, the eastbound bay bridge off the span near the toll plaza is where they are collecting the evidence. this is affecting bridge traffic. chp has several lanes closed right near the toll plaza and chp reports said an off-duty officer saw someone shooting several shots that hit that vehicle, although they say no one was injured and they're still kind of out there doing this investigation. i will let you know traffic from san francisco to oakland is in terrible shape and it's very, very slow. all the way across the bridge. you can see it here from san francisco to oakland. it's still very slow. this is has not
closed any of the lanes westbound but it is affecting the traffic westbound because people are slowing down. we have a reporter on the scene gathering more information. i want to throw in some other commute notes. 880 northbound is getting a little slower. the east bay commute had been lighter than usual. marin recovering from an accident at novato and san raphael. there are some slow spots. today's weather, here's steve. it's going to be clear, sunny, but we're starting off very cold. lots of 20s for temperatures during the 7:00 hour, including north santa rosa, felton, and the santa cruz mountain, sonoma and towards novato. steve said don't forget about petaluma. we're 28 degrees on the west side. there is a freeze warning until 9:00 thursday and friday. both days had that. and hazy warm, a
little bit warmer on the highs. cold mornings though and there is no rain in sight through the next ten days. whiles lows are near average, the highs are above and that includes san francisco, oakland, livermore, and santa rosa. 33 fare field, 38 livermore, 37 sanleandro. ross at 36 and marin county. high pressure is here and it's sticking around. thankfully no more wind events. our forecast any time soon we don't have to worry about that dry pattern. 60s for a few. 70s to mid-70s for some. another breaking story in the east way. investigators looking into a deadly shooting at a halloween party in orinda. >> four people were killed. several others were are judged at a home through airbnb. alyssa harrington continues to follow at the scene.
>> reporter: there are members of search and rescue here. they have out metal detectors and they're going through the bushes looking for something. neighbors described seeing about 50 or so panicked young people running down the hill, knickerbocker lane, to escape that gunfire. the shooting happened at lucile way. people were falling over one another as they were injured. some hopped into uber and other cars. this party was attentioned advertised on social media as an airbnb. she said this was the party posted on instagram. i got a chance to see some video from inside the party. it was packed at the time. there was really no indication what led to the violence. now that same girl i talked to told me this was a costume party but in the video i saw there were really only two
or three wearing costumes. neighbors say the party was loud and they definitely are not happy about how many were there. one man said people were spilling out into the streets. it was around 10:45, shots were fired. police and sheriff's deputies have not said if the shooter or shooters are still out there or if they have a suspect this morning.. >> i woke up in the middle of the night to check and see if my family was safe. quiet and entirely peaceful. this is the last place i would have expected something like this to happen. >> it was terrifying in the first moments. a lot people worried they might be doing things that were dangerous, but it's just kind of frustrating. we know the person who owns it. they weren't doing anything that
was disrespectful to the neighbors. it just turned out to be a tragedy. some of the people at the party were high school age but some were in college. we saw a few people exit police cars and slightly did not want to talk about what happens and they were very upset. we did see some teens with search and rescue enter the crime scene. they are still out here. ktvu reached out to the head of trust and safety at airbnb and that person says they are urgently investigating.. the south bay, police are investigating a deadly shooting by one of their officers in the allen rock neighborhood yesterday afternoon. officers got several calls with a man with a handgun walking down mackees avenue. police got to the scene and say he was holding
a gun. police officers fired on the man and he was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. the medical examiner has not released his name.. pg&e cut utility service. there are 1,400 without electricity. damage will be rep ased in the coming days. there are 1,200 customers in sonoma county who still do not have service. today students and climate activists are planning a demonstration outside of pga head quarters in san francisco. the protesters are calling on lawmakers to reform california's energy industry by switching to renewable sources. they are the latest in wake-up calls for acts on climate change. 8:06.
we have an update on the kincaid fire that's still burning in sonoma county. crews are making significant process. the fire did not grow overnight and remains at 121 and a half square miles. containment jumped from 45% to 68%. so far, the fire's destroyed 350 homes, sheds and other buildings. the board of supervisors approved a measure to approve a local state of emergency. supervisors need too take action because they concerned the county may not be eligible for federal disaster funding. the board also praised the community perseverance and the tireless work of firefighters and law enforcement. supervisors supported the decision for massive evacuations achkt something 180,000 people. >> i think it was the right thing to do and that's evidenced by no civilian facilities or injuries. yeah, a little bit of traffic but we can put up with that. i think it was definitely
unequivocally, the right thing to do. >> supervisor also agreed to extend the previous emergency declaration due to the planned power outages. many people in sonoma county are helping those affected by the fire get back to their daily routine. as groups of children took to the streets to trick-or-treat just last night, but all afternoon people lined up outside community centers to pick up donated groceries to replace food that spoiled in those refrigerators. the fire prompted mass evacuations and many people are still in need of food and other supplies. >> the only thing we have is -- nothing's fresh. no eggs and no milk. we can live, but committee comfortably. >> i haven't worked since last thursday. we don't know if we're getting paid or not. >> and 100 bags of groceries and candy and flowers and pumpkins for those heading back home. more donations are needed today.
organizers with catholic charities say basic refrigerated items are the top requests. 82 people are under arrest after a statewide halloween sweep of sex offender parolees as part of the operation child safety project. last night almost 1,300 sex offenders, averaging say seven parolee it is were arrested and others were found with weapons, drugs and parole violations. a man kidnapped and robbed in the east bay where this happened and once the victim was forced to do. also, the 49ers are 8-0. it's the second time in team avenue history, highlights from last night's game. and we're looking at the bay bridge from san francisco to oakland. it is very slow and we have it here eastbound. you can see the traffic is slow because several lanes are closed near the toll plaza for police activity. it's cold on the lows,
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police are looking into a kidnapping police about 10:00 tuesday night on golden gate avenue. the man told neighbors and police that two men wearing masks put zip ties on them and duct tape over his mouth. he was forced inside where they took his debit and credit cards and his sister's wallet, then he says he was forced to drive to downtown berkeley and withdraw cash while the third person followed them in another vehicle. >> i can't believe though he was abducted. i -- i have to tell my daughter and my son-in-law.
>> this has always been a safe neighborhood. we have had break-ins here at the house. there was, about 20 years ago, but recently, it's been relatively safe. police have not identified any suspects and anyone with information is asked to call the police department. and san francisco has a new auto burglary association. a operation angeled web was announced yesterday, working with police, and the chp to go after organized rings that are responsible for the majority of the city's auto burglaries. >> this is an organized crime effort, it's a regional issue, not san francisco, and we're tackling looking and recognizing when the folks who are doing it are organized we also have to be organized. >> according to the interim d.a., about 70 vehicles are broken into every day in san francisco. and the 49ers have a well deserved weekend off before preparing for an important
monday night game on the 11th against their division rivals, the seattle seahawks. >> the 49ers are 8-0 for the second time in franchise history. last night's game against the cardinals since week 3, the 49ers came out on top, 28-25, much different than previous games. the cardinals put eight, nine people in the box to stop that 49er run much of the night. the spotlight would be on jimmy garoppolo. our ktvu sports anchor with reaction on this latest win. >> reporter: they've had games where their defense has dominated and the 49ers against arizona needed to depend on their quarterback. jimmy gap grab
low made some pretty gustsy throws. >> it was a great time. i had a great time, great atmosphere. the crowd is rocking and everything. we have a long way to go. >> reporter: while offense may have been satisfied with the productive night, that was not the case for the 49er defense. >> you need to be on with, on all levels. we'll watch the stay and we'll watch it critically. we have to watch the tape applause that's not championship football. if you are kyle shanahan, that's the kind of thing you like to hear from your players. joe fonzi. and stephen curry was all smiles from his hospital bed after he received a ct scan on his left hand. he could be out
several months. >> meanwhile he appeared to be in good spirits for halloween. here he is trick-or-treating and danszing as buzz light year. the rest of the curry family dressed up as characters from the toy story. riley, cow girl jesse, ryan was little bow peep and cannon was woody. bay bridge, lanes still closed there? >> the eastbound lanes are closed. it looks like they have just as you can see reopened the bay bridge. the flares are still out but they just reopened the lanes, mike and gasia, just before the traffic update. that's good news the lanes are open and the traffic is going to be slow. let me go back to that. let me go back to the bay bridge. you can see that it's beginning to loosen up a little bit. remember this never did close lanes westbound. remember the westbound lanes have stayed open, but the flares are just about to burn out and eastbound lanes are open because off a
shooting witness by a chp officer. one car shot into another vehicle several times miraculously, they say no one was injured by that shooting. all of the eastbound lanes are back open. looks like police activity has moved out of the lanes. you can still see chp officers are on scene. northbound 880 traffic is busy. the rest of the east bay commute has been lighter than usual. traffic is slow through the lucas valley and the silicon valley commute will be just slightly lighter than usual with some slowdowns. 7:17, let's bring steve in with today's forecast. it's a cold start to this november 1st. a lot of 20s and 30s. temperatures will all end up with 70s. kenwood, 27. and west petaluma, 28, and felton, 29. sonoma, 29, and lima valley, marin county, 29 degrees.
freeze warnings yesterday and today, includes cilinas, but nowhere else, including the santa clara valley. hazy sun, a little warmer, sunny and warm going into the weekend. no rain at the moment. is it does look dry now for ten days. one of the forecast models are teasing up and just like that, it's gone. 70s on the high side, 71 to 76 from san francisco to santa rosa. santa rosa is 32. not far away, i saw two 29s north of town. napa, dropped to 30. no vat o, and 37, fairfield, vacaville, rio vista, tracy, livermore, all in the 30s. san romoney is down to 32. piknoll checking down at 39, dublin, and pleasanton, a cold 32. sunshine and warm temps but not for much of the country or us.
lows are very, very cold. las vegas, 41. we can see moderation of those temps. there is no change in the pattern as far as rain goes. 60s and 70s. napa, 75. 77 has catas suspect fine, gill way, 77, livermore, 74. set your clocking late back saturday night, early sunday. days will be a little bit shorter but still in the 70s on the high side. there thank you, steve. the house is on record for impeaching president trump. in a minute wheel explain what that means for the entire process. >> also teachers trying to figure out new ways to keep students engaged and excited about learning. >> coming up how one developer is looking to bring virtual reality to classrooms nation wood. ♪
the house of representatives and witnesses and president trump dealing with ukraine, the full house voted along party lines to formalize the process, but it does clear the way for public testimony and allows president trump's legal counsel to autopsy participate. >> i don't know why the republicans are a grade of the truth. every member should support allowing the american people to hear the facts for
themselves. >> democrats are trying to impeach the president because they are scared they cannot defeat them at the ballot box. >> some political analysts say the house is unlikely to hold a formal impeachment vote until the end of the year and that could push the senate trial into january and february and would require six presidential candidates to stay in washington every workday for a month. apple will be helping the u.s. government with collecting census data next year. the census bureau is looking for ways to approve the efficiency of the way the census is conducted. hundreds of thousands of devices using the os software cube used for the census. the chief financial officer say the mobile devises with lower the cost of census taking while still maintaining security and privacy of data. apple financial services will also be involved to help minimize public costs and senses are information collected is critical to determine government representation and equal distribution of funds. one of the most popular
bands in the bay area of all time is going on tour again. journey will open its tour next may in washington state. they'll come home and perform at the convert pavilion. the band is not going on this new journey alone. they will tour with another rock n' roll hall-of-famer, the pretenders. and developers and federal officials are working to spread the new interactive experience. back in the '80s and '90s, oregon trial were an exciting escape for students but were surrounded by technology and the department of technology has so much space in a virtual reality game it's given a grant of more than a million dollars. history maker vr allows students to collect an important figure from the past to use as the virtual prong program. >> we are confident this tool that allow student to embody important historical figures and content and fun engaging ways
will foster meaningful changes in history and education. >> and also the make of the champion, you can learn science in a virtual environment. people across the bay area doing what they can to help those in the kincaid fire coming up. the organization that's lending a helping hand to get them back on their feet. and move your clocks back for daylight saving time, the renewed effort to keep daylight saving time year-round. all the lanes are open eastbound. traffic is beginning to unwind. we'll let you more about what caused all this to begin with when we come back with mornings on 2. you know when you're at ross and you realize you are the the hostess with the mostest. yes! yeah! that's yes for less. entertain in style all season long. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross.
temperatures are quite cold for some. >> ken wood, 27. west petaluma, 28. i did see west off stony point road. felton, 29 in santa cruz mountain. sonoma, lima valley, 29, and i get people saying don't forget us. i'm not forgetting you. don't forget us in pope valley. we're checking all three of our thermometers. 36 is warm now. i'm just kidding. the freeze warning is out for another half hour or so? but 20s and 30s, even though down to the santa clara valley. the mornings will be cold. days will be mild to warm and they teased us. maybe some rain about ten days up. looks dry, ten to 14 days. livermore and san jose, 74. all above but not that much. 30s for many, or 40s, nontera,
san leandro, 37. 34 in atherton. it's so cold we're not going to check the thermometers. stanford is 35. palo atalto is 35. there is no sign of any rain for us. at least the wind is not going to be a factor. that part of the pattern has changed for the better. it's just dry and nights are cold and the days are warm. we have a look at the improving situation on the bay bridge eastbound. they had some police activity that closed the lanes eastbound. so if you are driving from oakland to san francisco, you are going to notice it is slower than use will. it's getting a little bet or the bay bridge, but seeming a lot slower than you normally see it. westbound was not impacted by the lane closures, but sanford traffic, northbound 101
this is 880 northbound, across the coliseum, the traffic is okay, and the eastbound commute has been lighter than usual. some slowing in marin, and some slowing also on the peninsula. 8:31, let's go back to the desk. and we continue to follow breaking news this morning from the east bay. there is still no word on any arrest in a mass shooting at a halloween party in orinda. four people were killed. several others were injured. the home was on lucile way, not far from highway 24. authorities say more than 100 people were at this party. a neighbor tells us the house was being rented through airbnb and says gunfire woke him up. those who were injured were taken to local hospitals. there is no official word on their condition. now an update on the kincaid fire in sonoma county. cal fire announced containment went up from 65% to 68%. fire crews say they are making significant progress. they fire did not grow
in size. it does remain at 121 and a half square miles and containment jumped from 45% to this morning's 68%. so far that fire destroyed 352 structures. >> and ramakin's culinary school brought three back up generators to keep their business going and the chefs say they're doing their part to help people who have gone through an awful lot lately. >> we're happy to provide some meals for people who have had a rough couple weeks and this town has had a rough couple years with all of these fire. >> the food was delivered to a family center that provides social services to those in the county. and a reminder some airbnb hosts are offering free stays. they have a special section on its
website with more information. the free housing offer is good until thursday. as most people in the bay area get their power back on after the outages, the ceo is responding to peoples's frustration caused by the disruption. >> for these power we didn't burn down and houses. can kincaid's fire is still under investigation but we gave them the opportunity to refill their refrigerator because their house is still there. >> overall pg&e say more than 1 million customers lost power during the shut offs that started on saturday. a new pg&e report says its first planned power outage may have prevented 56 fires across northern and central california. the utility filed the information in federal court yesterday as part of its required reporting following the criminal case in the san bruno pipeline explosion in 2010.
pg&e says crews controlled 20,000 miles of lines of the fire which started october 9th. seniors in the bennett house were stranded during the outage because the elevator didn't work. the marin county service sent supplies such as food and flashlights. another group of seniors at the villas at hamilton complex was also trapped. nearly 1 in 3 adults is 65 or older. >>s? an important opportunity for these older adults, as well as maybe their children to really understand what is independent living. >> in both cases seniors were in adult-living facility, not assisted living facilities which have regulations on how they operate. a nonprofit freedom much speech group is trying to unseal documents in the nia wilson homicide case. she was stabbed to death at the macarthur station last year. the first amendment coalition made the
move to unseal the records after the attorney for the suspect found a secret request to get the judge to dismiss the charges, presenting the public from knowing anything dismissing the case. a hearing is schedule for november 22nd. and 18-yard noah dominguez died in january after attending a party at sigma alpha epsilon on campus. each of the five fraternity members were charged and their arraignment is next month. we're learning about a chuting in the south bay. santa clara deputies say a man armed
with two knives and scissors, investigators say an armed security guard with allied ordered the suspect to stop several times before he opened fire. >> within a few moments that suspect was advancing towards the security officer, and i would say he closed in approximately 5 to 10 feet before the security had to discharge his firearm. >> reporter: the suspect was taken to the hospital where he later died. santa clara county sheriff's investigators and bta pernt are reviewing security camera footage. this is the first deadly officer inful volumed shooting in the area. and coming up why nestle is recalling some of their cookies. and why chick-fil-a is apologizing for its national sandwich day e-mail. the juul record.
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a big bay area merger. also good news for jobs in the economy. >> pam cook is back with new dollars and sense. >> new reports showing 128,000 jobs were added in october, much better than the 75,000 economists we were expecting. the unemployment rate is up slightly but still near a 50-year low. the average hourly earnings are up 3% from this time last year. all of that news picked the market up when the opening bell rang this morning. better than expected report taking a live look at the numbers right now on the big board, the dow jones, hanging on to that 250 point gain, almost one full percentage point. s&p 500 up three quarters of a percent. 3,060 there, and the nasdaq is up almost a full percentage point. 8359. fit bit's stock is up 15% this morning after the announcement google is buying its bay area neighbor.
the deal values fit bit at $2.1 billion. the acquisition helps google in its attempt to compete in the wearable device market and the software to support it. the deal also comes on the heels of google buying fossil's smart watch technology last january. nestle issuing a voluntary recall for some of us baked ready to bake cookie dough. it includes bars and tubs and chubs and there's no reports of illnesses connected to the product but they say they should not be eaten. they were sold around the country and there are specific batch numbers, so you should go to the nestle usa website. and how about starting your holiday shopping? walmart is looking to strengthen its challenge against amazon this holiday shopping season. it is releasing its annual toy catalog
today, november 1st, walmart making it easier to buy gifts this year. consumers can use the walmart app, just put their smart phone open the page in the catalog and it will create a list of toys. and from children's toys to alcohol for adults, walmart is looking for ways to speed up service. walmart testing an idea in california and florida which customers can order alcohol from the store and have it delivered. the service will be available for nearly 200 stores in those two states mainly for beer and wine. some locations are able to sell spirits as part of the pick up service, but in business news, just a friendly reminder for people to shop local when you can. these businesses affected, grocery stores lost a ton of money, restaurants, so as soon as the smoke clears, get back up there. >> you're going to come back? >> i understand you're a cover
girl? >> yes. north bay woman's magazine, i'm very honored to be featured but we'll talk about it. it's a great magazine. >> see you at 9:00. a major milestone for mcdonalds. the mcdonalds happy meal originated more than 40 years ago and the fast food chain is celebrating some of its most beloved plastic toys. the happy meal will be available, including retrotoys and bugs bunny and my little bonnie. the people at chick-fil-a thought it would be a match made in heaven and are issuing an apology to customers. >> customers go got an e-mail to celebrate on november 3rd, the day popeye's chicken sandwich is coming out.
>> and they sent out an e-mail with, well, this is week awkward. and sunday, don't forget to change your clocks back an hour in an effort of saving dave light saving time. it hit a road block when a southern california senator said cross border computers were worried about their clocks being out of sync with mexico. the bill was pulled in time. even if it passes it will still lead federal approval. it's been a busy friday. let's get back to sale. >> we're going to look at the bay bridge in case you haven't noticed, eastbound right near the oakland side, toll plaza, however even though the lanes are open now, they were closed for a while and northbound 101 looks like an afternoon commute getting over. i really hope this clears up because these things
take a while to clear up and on fridays we have the early commute leaving san francisco. so we'll see, eastbound traffic and northbound 101 very slow. also oakland, northbound 880, that's a little more normal, a little more routine and the east bay commute has been went that bad. on the peninsula we've had a little bit of routine traffic into that silicon valley. 8:45. here's steven with the weekend weather. >> november 1st, is similar to october weather without the wind thank goodness. but that cold air is still in place. these were some of the lows i saw this morning. win wood, 20s. west petaluma, felton, 29, and lima valley, 29. there were many 20s, freeze warnings, and the 20s were to the north. a couple 20s even to the south.
it's almost over with. 28 to 32. good morning ktvu. will it rain on my birthday november 27th? no doubt about it. no, the answer is, it's too soon to know. we can look out about 16 days with a minimum of confidence level but not that far out. ask me on the 13th, or 14th. hady sun, but days are getting shorter and the nights getting longer. at this moment it looks dry for the next ten days. highs are above average, but not that much. it's tough to get above average. 30s, 40s, to an even 50 in san francisco, which is one degree below average for november 1st. yes, average is 51. so i know 50 sounds mile compared to 20s and 30s, but that is a little below average. there is absolutely nothing going on, even 38 at blight this morning. it's been cool north from seattle all the way down u down to the desert.
the mornings will still be cold, but the pattern is dry for a while. 60s and 70s on the temps. napa, 75, fairfield, 79. brentwood, 75. morgan hill, 77, along with santa cruz. gilroy to hottisty. 79. possibility maybe eeking out an 80. it's going to be dry. halloween celebrations are not over. we'll sit down with one of the creative minds of the zombie game. and cuba guiding junior back in a courtroom. we'll break down the sexual misconduct charges he's facing. ♪
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we got the homes and businesses on the lower edge of the fire. >> firefighters say two structures have been lost. more than 1,800 of threatened. also, the ronald reagan presidential library survived the easy fire burning in simi valley, coming within feet of the main building, and is 60% contained. two structures were destroyed. more than 7,000 homes were threatened. the cause of the fire is being investigated point utility southern california edison said its equipment may have been involved in starting the fire. cuba guiding, jr. was back in court, after an accuser claims he intentionally and forcibly touched her last september. another of the alleged incidents happened in june and a third in october of 2018 at another nightclub. newly released surveillance video from tmz appears to show him making contact with a waitress. she's accusing him of touching her
back side, but his lawyer says it shows no criminal behavior. he faces six misdemeanor charges, and have a dozen women who are willing to corroborate his story. and instagram is shutting down the app called life control. it scans instagram data and a you loss users to track the social interactions of people they follow. instagram sent a cease and desist order per they launched in july and had fewer than 300 members paying the $3 weekly subscription. they argued it was collecting public data. a candidate for san francisco mayor who recently gained a lot of attention over controversial ads is speaking out today. crimes that have been committed against her, as she has been running for mayor. she said stations require a national emergency for election meddling. you'll remember she was under fire after posting a boil board
depicting the mayor leaning back in with her feet up holding a back of money. valwill be speaking out at the englander pub in san leandro this morning. still to come we're going to sit down with bay area stand up to median at a historic theater. and the san francisco interim attorney wants the job for good. we sit down with suzy loftus, and how she wants to make history and her long-term goals. and you find a deal on cookware that makes you say. you know when you're at ross yes! ...oh, yeah! bring on the holidays! that's yes for less. everything you need to prep, cook and serve up the season. it feels even better when you find it for less-at ross. yes for less.
investment in juul labs by $4.5 million, lowers them to $24 billion, the ceo says the company did not predict the number of vaping-related illness and is also concerned stricter regulations on vaping will curve juul's growth. meanwhile, the number of illnesses has gone up again. the cdc says 1,888 confirmed or probable cases were proven by a vaping device. products captained thc. we're four days away from election day and we've been going in depth with the four candidates running for the office of san francisco's district. the final candidate, the interim da is a former prosecutor who ran a nonprofit helping children overcome the nonprofit and was the president
of the police commission. opponents said it was unfair advantage and she said it is still an open seat and is not listed as an incumbent. >> i'm working really hard to be voted to do the job. i started as an intern. i can walk in and talk to the staff. >> she said her job is to reduce the quality of life and reduce crime such as car break-ins. the city of san jose will be using new grant money to improve bike and wednesday safety. the state's office of traffic safety gave the $100,000 grant to the city to help with the year long program called san jose's vision 0 traffic. the city says 16 pedestrians have died this year and eight others were severely injured between january to july. a homeless navigation center near civic center florida a is adding 20 new beds to bring the
total to 113. the mayor is working to add 1,000 new beds to homeless facilities, and in the city there are currently 3,400 shelter beds available every night at traditional shelters. navigation centers and transitional housing. 65% of san francisco's homeless population sleeps on city streets. a developer hoping to build a large complex is upping the ante. the developer has comes up with a new plan for 600 apartments and is a dispute now regarding whether this project qualifies, to sue the sea if not approved. we're getting a look at the norway spruce, in the big apple through the holidays.
the tree is expected to be cut down and we should see it in new york. for millions to come and see. if you are planning a trip toll big apple do it after november the. there are not many of us. >> how this nurse managed to care for the sick despite being in the evacuation zone. cases of hollywood history for good cause. why olivia newton john has this up for sale. special effects. we let you know about this on the escape room apocalypse and its final weekend of terror. we're looking live at the bay bridge and san francisco after some police activity closed lanes eastbound right near the a.