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what we now know about that gunman as investigators still search for a motive. police make several arrests in the deadly of a night shooting in orinda. how the community is responding. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on two. welcome to friday, november 15, i am michalak. >> i am dave clark. it is a busy friday morning. we want to take you like to washington dc where the second day of open testimony, public testimony is underway in the presidential impeachment hearing inquiry. let's stop and listen for just a moment. >> the leadership of the state department fits. there was great concern, they were worried. she just wanted to give me a heads up about this. and you know, things seemed to be going on. and so she just wanted to give me a heads up.>> we are listening to former ambassador marie yovanovitch you testified today. a major focus of the impeachment hearing. don't forget we are bringing
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you live interrupted cambridge in the house of representatives on ktvu plus. also, alyssa harrington will give us a full report of what to expect today in just a couple of moments. will talk about some weather changes. it was noticeably not as cool, i almost said warmer, but we are not quite warm yet. it is different than yesterday.>> more so on the weekend. thank you. we did have a little drizzle right light rain, looks like it is about done. there has been some in mendocino and lake county. next tuesday to friday is dream force in san francisco. no rain please, maybe tuesday night and wednesday morning. after that it will go south, it might be windy and cooler, but i would not cancel any plans or anything. the rain looks to be pretty light. they will be some living in but projections are for southern california to go way ahead if this verifies. it is going to tap into more moisture down there. this is for next week, wednesday thursday and friday. las vegas, los angeles, santa barbara south, and some rapping back into the sierra nevada. the low begins to make its move
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to arizona. something to watch for the middle of next week. we might get a little bit out of that but it is also going to change our weather from what was going to be a nice weekend, sending warmer back into a cooler breezy pattern, maybe summary next tuesday, not a lot. we have had a little bit this morning, not much, but we are about done. taking some of that energy, 40s and 50s on the thames, 64 to 68 on the high side. warmer on the weekend, more coming up a little later. 7:02, self-care, and he is going to discuss the east bay commute. 24? 24? 80? you know, 580, all these freeways are getting a lot more crowded. it is friday so we are getting a little bit of a break. i like this commute, 31 minutes from the cockiness spread to the macarthur maze is better than normal. i like that, and traffic continues to move along okay at the bay bridge. there is a spider, there you go. this is a look at interstate 880 and the traffic is moving along very nicely. we talked about highway 92 and 84, traffic is also moving
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well. steve asked about highway 24, that looks good to the tunnel. and there is not a lot of slow traffic on 880. there is some between union city and the south bay commute seems a little lighter. so on this friday we are getting just a little bit of a break. 7:03, let's go back to the desk. the second round of public impeachment hearings are now underway in washington dc. already there have been some tense moments. the former us ambassador to ukraine who was fired by president donald j. trump is testifying as we speak. ktvu is alyssa harrington you're in our newsroom. what tell us what has been happening so far. >> reporter: former ambassador marie yovanovitch took the stand about half an hour ago. she is being grilled on why she was ousted by president donald j. trump. and what this might say about the president's approach to foreign policy. here's some video of marie yovanovitch taking the oath before testifying before the house intelligence committee. she delivered opening statements, saying she was dedicated to anticorruption work and that her service was an expression of gratitude to the country. president donald j. trump fired her in what many have called a smear campaign orchestrated by the presidents attorney rudy
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giuliani. the president is accused of withholding congressional aid to ukraine while he pressured the country to investigate joe biden and biden's son hunter. let's listen in and hear what she has to say.>> that that is what it was.>> who else was involved in this concerted campaign against you?>> there were some members of the press, and others in mayor giuliani's circle. who from ukraine?>> in ukraine, i think, well, mister lutsenko, the prosecutor general. mister show ken, his predecessor, certainly. >> and at this time, mister the second was the lead prosecutor general, is that right? >> that's correct. i had president zelinski indicated whether or not he was going to keep him on after the election?>> he had indicated he would not be keeping on mister lutsenko.>> i believe you testified earlier that mister lutsenko had a reputation for being corrupt is that right?
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that's correct.>> during that conversation, that the deputy secretary tell you about your future as the ambassador to ukraine?>> he told me i needed to leave. >> what did he say? this morning the white house released a rough transcript of the first phone call between president donald j. trump and the ukrainian president, both complement each other on their campaigns and president zelinski invited trump to his inauguration. republicans also made a motion to subpoena the whistleblower, with the debate over the weather the whistleblower should be identified. later on today, david holmes, the staffer who said that he overheard president donald j. trump on the phone asking about a status update on these investigations, is scheduled for a closed-door hearing. live in the newsroom, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. times 7105. in other news, five people were arrested in connection with a deadly halloween night shooting at an air b&b rental in orlando where five people were killed.
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search warrants were served yesterday in our vincente, vallejo, antioch and san mateo. four suspects were arrested on suspicion of murder. they include 28-year-old lebron wallops from san mateo, 20 or duck has sweeney of marin city, 20-year-old jason iles, also of marin city, and 30-year-old chevron mitchell of antioch. a fifth suspect, 21-year-old devon williamson, of vallejo, was arrested as an alleged accessory. the tactical unit from the contra county sheriff's office made the arrest while carrying out that rate at an apartment in marin city. the former suspects are being held without bail. the assessor he suspects bail is set at $500,000. the orinda police department has been criticized about the way it has handled the case, but the mayor of orlando says law enforcement has put a lot of resources into this investigation. however, somewhere in the residence say it will take more than the arrest to get them back a sense of peace.
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they want the city to consider tougher regulations or maybe even an outright ban on short- term rentals. time now is 7107. the investigation continues this morning in southern california, where investigators say a teenager open fire on his classmates. authorities have identified the shooter as a 16-year-old boy, a student at saugus high school in santa clarita. they say he shot and killed two students and wounded three others before turning the gun on himself. he is listed in critical condition this morning. investigators are still looking for a motive. >> it was probably the scariest moment of my life respecting her two or three shots, and i just saw everyone running out.>> what did you think when that happened? >> i was just confused because it was so surreal. it sounded like a really big balloon pop that way louder.>> authorities say the gunman opened fire went was shooting randomly. yesterday was his 16th birthday. investigators are talking to his mother and girlfriend.
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as they try to learn a motive for the shooting. time now 7:07. the santa clarita shooting victims are being mourned all over that community. last night, students, parents, educators held this candlelight vigil in a park. santa clarita is 40 minutes north of la. it is the third biggest city in los angeles county, and this vigil gave people a chance to come for each other.>> it is unbelievable. i cannot even put into words that this happened in my community.>> just why? why did this happen here? why did this happen in our close-knit community?>> why? and is he, was he okay, like is there anything we could have done to help him?>> a former student at saugus high school where the shooting occurred planning an even bigger vigil sunday night. and local churches are also holding prayer services. make sure you stay right here with us, on mornings 12, for complete coverage. we do expect more information from investigators during the day. we also have more coverage online at ktvu.com , and on our social media pages.
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stanford university says it will install two plaques for a woman who survived a sexual assault by stanford student on campus in 2015. the school promised three years ago to create a plaque with a quote from the assault survivor, chanelle miller. stanford administrators initially rejected a quote that was taken from her victim impact statement. eventually, the school bowed to pressure from students and faculty. >> without that plaque, it's really hard to understand what the context is for this space, it's just a nice garden, what's going on.>> you can't change history. all you can do is learn from it and what stanford some lard from the situation is, that censorship and silencing are never the right answer. and you have to keep your promises.>> stanford says the plaques will go up as soon as it is feasible. one will have information that includes the support and resources, the other will have a quote from miller that reads "you took away my worth, my privacy, my energy, my time, my
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safety, my intimacy, my confidence in my own voice. until today. " our time just about 7:10. bernie sanders, the democratic presidential candidate, will be in oakland today to be endorsed by the nation's biggest nurses union. national nurses united says they support bernie sanders medicare for all proposal, and they also endorse bernie sanders in the 2016 term presidential race. yesterday, sanders supporters celebrated the opening of his campaign office in san francisco.>> the bay area has the largest number of bernie sanders volunteers in the country. so we will be detaching our volunteer throughout the state of california and throughout the united states. >> bernie sanders is but will to get that nurses endorsement at a news conference at 1:30 this afternoon in oakland. ktvu's political reporter greg lee will sit down with senator bernie sanders tonight during his visit. you will hear what bernie sanders said tonight at 6 pm.
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a santa rosa brewery takes the communities frustration over pg and the power shut off to a whole new level. but the breweries move backfired. coming up, why the name of a beer ignited a social media firestorm. first, a woman accused of embezzling more than $1 million from bay area businesses. what she did to the companies, and how the police tracked her down. it is an okay commute, i would say. it is a little better than normal as we take a look at highway 24 westbound. it seems to be a nice drive over to the call to con. a couple of son breaks there, our system looks to be already moving through. we have had fun with the aggressive drizzle from yesterday. we will see if there is anymore coming up in the next five days. there are those who will say that you're:
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struggled back to mornings on two. 7:14. a marin county woman who is accused of embezzling $1 million will soon be back here in the bay area after being arrested in manhattan. the three-year-old silly brassieres handled finances and commodity toys in san rafael. the company makes stuffed animals for teachers and therapists that they use to help kids deal with emotional problems. in 2017, after complaints of missing money and merchandise from customers and manufacturers, an audit found money funneled to 10 accounts. take credit cards and also bank
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loans. then ms. bashir disappeared.>> we are like a family, working so hard to help kids in schools learn how to communicate feelings. i have no idea here, is she smiling? what is really going on behind the scenes.>> after a 10 month search, detectives tracked her down in manhattan. us marshals arrested her at an apartment in manhattan. where she was reportedly using someone else's name. brassieres will be extradited to marin next week. the state is working to help homeowners who are now unable to get fire insurance coverage. california's insurance commissioner says there has been an increase in the number of non-renewals across our state. right now the coverage limits for damage for wildfires is $1.5 million. starting april 1, it will double to $3 million. raising the maximum coverage amount comes after damage from recent wildfires exceeded many
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homeowners coverage. our time now 7:15. some people who live in the sierra foothills is still pretty frustrated with pg&e and last month power safety shut off. people who live in nevada city say they have not seen the credits in their latest bills, which is something pg and he promised. others are angry their bills show they were charged on days when they had no power.>> they just need to communicate, kind of get their act together as far as how they portray themselves and what information they pass out to the public.>> a spokesperson for pg&e says the credits are common, they probably won't show up until the second or third billing cycle. several different fire agencies are using weather for a prescribed burn in marin the moraga area. firefighters will burn through 12 acres on the east side of the san pablo reservoir. yesterday's controlled burn was in the painted rocks section of the john your land trust. the idea behind the burns is to cut down on the fuel that could come feed and uncontrollable wildfire. the burns are also useful for
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residents. >> today is training, so we are not only honing our skills but we are getting our residents used to seeing a little bit of smoking on air rather than a law.>> when we control it it is even better because now we are so urban, we really need to put breaks in the fires.>> in march, governor newsom allotted $35 million for high-priority fire prevention projects. most of them here in northern california. cal blair says six abatement projects are complete and about 25 more are set for the rest of this year. with take you high up in the sky. happening now, a spacewalk is underway on the space station. two astronauts are repairing a cosmic particle detector base. this is live and it does not look real but it is real. in outer space. nasa calls this one of the most complicated spacewalks in a decade. this walk started just before 4:00 this morning. they will be out there for six hours, doing this very complicated work. and garcia and they were helping out, we are cheering them on. we know they can do it.
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but we just wanted to take you there live, right outside the international space station. >> so incredible. come back down to earth. let's talk about the nitty- gritty to continue to work and school this friday. sal? garcia and dave i can do that. we do have a situation on highway four eastbound. near bailey road where the fire department had to respond to a report of someone giving birth inside a car. everything is okay, the people involved were safely taken to the hospital. so just kind of an oddity, that you know, you hear about these things, where people can't quite make it to the hospital. and that happened, but it didn't really cause a huge traffic jam. a slow westbound anyway, and it is slow present l2 walnut creek, but we don't have anything unusual. 80 westbound, 31 minute drive, and that is with two crashes that happened earlier this morning. if this were a monday, it would be an hour and a half, but
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since it is friday, the volume is lighter. when you get to the bay bridge it is about a 15 to 20 minute delay. there's a little bit of the edge taken off on a friday. there is still some slow traffic out there on all these commutes but it seems a little better than normal. i look at the san mateo bridge, and steve and i, we watch the airports very closely. steve, i think that stealing is highly enough. steve. >> i would think so yes. >> for the planes to come in without any major delays.>> that is geek central when you see them coming over that. san mateo bridge per >> i have actually practice some of those restaurants with my binoculars, back with my dad picked we have had this conversation, back in the day you could do that right there, you know what i'm saying? i know it you're saying, things are different now. we will get to it here. looks like we're on the backside of all this and we are about done with the drizzle and light rain but some of it made it into mendocino county. there is finally rain in late and bill. we got some rain, a trace. there was some drizzle yesterday, .01, pointed to covered most of it.
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ben loman picked up about 100. rain forecast, the next hint of anything would be tuesday. not much for us. this is the european projection. the gfs is wet but not this wet. we could get a little bit, i think will and wendy will be the make message for tuesday night into wednesday, but look at southern california, arizona, and also into nevada. some of that will sneak up into the sierra nevada. that is something to watch next wednesday thursday. tuesday night for us, wednesday. our system is splitting. some of that did produce light rain to the north. there is not a lot there. most of it is about done so we are on the backside of the higher clouds. 40s and 50s on the thames, 57 san jose. 64 to 68, a little above on all these for average this time of year. the city, 6456. that is above on both. 44 back in 1880 the record low. the high-pressure is nosing in from the west northwest, and that will start to follow the system and so we will get more sunshine this afternoon, slightly warmer temps. our cooler system was only here for about 36 hours and it's on
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its way out. the weekend will be warmer especially on sunday. maybe a little north northeast breeze, not strong but enough to get temperatures warming up. they will bump up a little today and more so on the weekend, sunday into monday, we will keep an eye out for tuesday is another system drops in gasia. it is 7:21. florida is recalling more than 168,000 of its f1 50s. coming up we will tell you about the problems and which years are affected. but first, he is now taking action against bart. why a man who was put in handcuffs for eating a sandwich on a platform says he was targeted over his race. you know when you're at ross and you realize it's time your sister stopped borrowing your sweaters? yeah! that's yes for less. stop stealing mine... never. holiday gifts everyone's sure to love at 20 to 60 percent off department store prices. at ross. yes for less.
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note mac danny hagar. [ music ] i never went to the 55 hour speed limit to the song came in, it was pretty funny at the time, thank you for the request anthony. 80s music. and we haven't had the typical 80s request yet but i have a couple in the hopper. that are more like you know, some of the 80s that you might be remembering. just use the hashtag, ktvu on facebook, twitter, and insta graham. 7:20 fear. we are saying what oakland mayor libby shaft and the a's have to say about the city of oakland dropping its lawsuit against alameda county over the
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sale of the coliseum. oakland was suing the county for selling its half of the coliseum to the a's for $85 million per day law requires publicly owned surplus land to be considered for affordable housing but or it can be sold. but mere staff and the city council say they are pleased with recent discussions with the a's, and their shared interest in oakland's future.>> now the site is very large, it's very expensive, it's very complicated. and so we will see if anyone besides the a's are interested in the opportunity, but that is a legal requirement for us to go through. we are going to definitely have a robust affordable housing plan as part of what we are doing in east oakland, and we look forward to working with the city to determine the percentages, the rates, and everything to make it successful. dropping the lawsuit appears to have put the a's new stadium plans back on track. the next step is for the a's to finalize a deal with alameda county and then a separate deal with the city. a man who was detained and cited after being told to stop eating a sandwich on the platform at the pleasant hill bart station is doing the transit agency. the attorney representing steve foster announced the intent to
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file a lawsuit yesterday. find outside the pleasant hill station and on the platform say that anywhere pass the fair gait is against the law. but officials say this was uncooperative when an officer approached him. foster says he felt singled out because he is african- american.>> i felt that i had to be just as disrespectful i was feeling i was being disrespected, so i felt like i had to get even. >> foster says he did not know it was against the law to eat on the train platform. bart said it will not comment on the future lawsuit. earlier this week, bart's general manager said in a letter he was disappointed in what happened and apologized to foster. a pizza shop that was once a go to spot for a meal size slice in berkeley has closed its doors. after 34 years on telegraph avenue, fast slice pizza has called it quits. according to berkeley side, one of the reasons was a lack of foot traffic and changing food preferences and options. they told the newspaper they
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had made a profit in the past eight months, and the business had been slowing for years. coming up, some new express lanes are now open and one congested part of silicon valley. the changes you need to know about if you drive anywhere near highway 237 in mountain view. frustration is brewing over a growing number of rvs parked in a busy area in the south bay. white people in this area say it is costing them money and will get reaction from the city. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ we need someone to lean on ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ all we needed somebody to lean on ♪ ♪ ♪ sweden's greetings. enjoy one complimentary payment when you lease or finance a new volvo.
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five people are arrested in connection with a deadly halloween night shooting at an air b&b in orlando. we are liven with martinez what
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was what we are learning about those arrests. it is day two of the public impeachment inquiry in washington. who will be testifying at what to expect from today's only witness. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on two. good morning, welcome to friday, it is november 15. i am dave clampett i am gasia mikaelian. >> can we talk about the ski resorts? the ski resort in lake tahoe are getting ready for the beginning of the new snow season. you can see in these pictures weeded out by squaw valley out by meadows, the crews are working preparing for opening day. there is dirt out there but they are getting ready. starting today the resort plans to have kangaroo open at alpine meadows, and the first venture run open at squaw valley. they will both be open from nine in the morning until 4:00 this afternoon, so you can make it up there. i will drive you, and i will wait in the lodge while you ski. >> and sip on some hot chocolate. >> and i will have a nice dinner when you are done.
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see, paul? >> what time does the bus leave? i make it all possible i just don't want to do it myself. >> i understand. maybe mother nature will help you next week. machine made but up to lake tahoe we go. cloudy skies, some very light rain drizzle here. but next tuesday night and wednesday there will be a system dropping in, possibility of maybe getting some of mother nature snow out there. we almost done with a secondary system, i think things are winding down. there will be maybe some lingering showers and it looks like a lot of that has now pushed off towards the valley. there is just not much left, maybe some of it diving south, the system is splitting as it does that, it takes a lot of energy away. the area to watch would be southern california for next week. but until we get there, 50s on the thames, parties are not going very far, 64 to 68 on the thames here today. a little above average, it has been that kind of a month on the high side. we will see the steps going into the 70s over the weekend as this will be the last in the series until tuesday, but sunday looks to be the warmest with upper 70s for some. 60s, almost 70 for a few.
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7:31. here it is, so far so good. i think we have had a better commute on this friday night we had the first four days of the work week. it usually works out that way. let's go out and take a look at the approach to the macarthur maze. a 34 minute drive right now, it looks pretty good. and there have been no major issues driving through. there have been some crashes, but they have cleared rather quickly. they bridge probably will start getting lighter after 8:00. it is backed up for about a 20 minute wait here, and 880 is slowing down, going up north. you might want to think about using 580 which might be a little bit better going up north toward downtown oakland. we do have a look at the san mateo bridge. the traffic is moving along okay. i do want to mention that there is a crash on 101, and the burlingame area, northbound 101 approaching peninsula avenue, watch for some slow traffic there. i would use to lady and said. the south bay commute is getting busy. let's go back to the desk.
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two weeks after a deadly halloween shooting in orinda, five men are under arrest this morning in connection with the attack that happened inside a home that was rented out through air b&b and left five people dead. four of those men are being held in the country counting county jail this morning. liven martinez to bring us more on these arrests, frank. nick all right, good morning to you, four of the suspects were arrested on murder charges. the fit is being held this morning on a sensory to murder. in this investigation widespread throughout the bay area. here is a map. yesterday were search warrants were served in marin city, vallejo, antioch, and san mateo. here are the names of those five men. 28-year-old lebron wallace out of san mateo, 20-year-old jackie sweeney of marin city. 20-year-old jason ellis of marin city, wallace of antioch and 21-year-old devon williamson. he is from vallejo and he was the one arrested for being an alleged accessory. tactical units from contra costa county sheriff's department making the arrest yesterday while carrying out
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raids. here the video is marin city. the former the suspects are being held without bail. the ss three suspect bail is a half $1 million. orinda police department has been heavily criticized for the way they handled this case, but the city's mayor says, law enforcement has put a lot of resources into this two-week investigation.>> i don't know if there is a sense of relief or not. this is the beginning of a process of judicial, criminal proceedings with regard to these five individuals. >> reporter: some orinda residents say it will take more than the arrest of these five men to restore their sense of peace in town. they would like city to look into stricter regulations, or even an outright ban of short- term rentals. now, sources tell ktvu there have been some sort of fight between two rival groups, one based in san francisco, the other in marin city. these groups were among the
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hundred partygoers that attended that party on halloween two weeks ago in orlando. sources also tell us, some sort of argument or fight broke out in the kitchen there, and that is when the guns were drawn. for men being held here in martinez will be in court next week. that is the very latest i am liven martinez, hank gallico, ktvu fox 2 news. 27:35. authorities in santa clarita still searching for a motive for yesterday's mass shooting at saugus high school, where two people were killed. a student who turned 16 yesterday shot and killed two classmates, wounded three others, then shot himself. he is still alive, but in critical condition. surveillance video shows the entire shooting rampage only lasted 16 seconds. meantime, governor gavin newsom blames the nra and republican leaders for holding up gun control efforts and preventing more mass shootings. >> there is a cowardly nest,
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there is a pathetic lack of leadership, a weakness. demonstrable in the president of the united states, who offers nothing but pablum, thoughts and prayers, that don't save a life. and then mitch mcconnell, who is completely stifled any advancement to push pans against the gun lobby in this country. >> governor newsom later went on to social media. he tweeted, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and president donald j. trump, you sicken me. senate democrats tried to get a vote on the house passed gun background check bill yesterday, the unanimous consent request was turned down by republican senator cindy hyde smith of mississippi. make sure you stay right here with us on mornings on two for complete coverage. we do expect more information from investigators in southern california later today, and we also have more coverage online. at ktvu.com, and on our social media pages. happening today, a man accused of driving into a crowd on a sunnyvale sidewalk will be in court.
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isaiah peeples is expected to enter a plea to eight counts of attempted murder, and two additional charges of hate crimes. prosecutors essay in april the rb veteran targeted three people waiting to use a crosswalk at el camino real because he thought they were muslim. he is facing life in prison if convicted on all counts. time now seven 137. as we have been showing you already this morning, the second day of the public hearings in the impeachment in korean washington is underway as we speak in washington. there is the former ambassador to ukraine, marie yovanovitch. she has been testifying. she was fired by president donald j. trump and she is telling lawmakers this morning, she was a victim of a campaign in this information that used unofficial back channels leading to her being removed from ukraine.>> one another countries, other actors, in other countries see that private interest, foreign interest can come together, and get a us ambassador removed,
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what is going to stop them from doing that in the future in other countries? >> there will also be closed- door testimony today and tomorrow, including from a state department official, who is expected to say he overheard a phone call with president donald j. trump, pressing for investigations by ukraine into former vice president joe biden, and his son hunter. me this morning, san francisco city leaders say that help is on the way for small businesses in chinatown that have been affected by construction of the central subway. the city announced it will soon offer five to $10,000 per business for improvement or investments. the f mca also promises to improve access to businesses with traffic flaggers and a temporary bus stop. the money is coming from a state education revenue front. the central subway expansion is expected to open in the summer of 2021. auc region is being investigated for allegations of sexual misconduct. george kiefer is in accused of inappropriately touching a female student at a dinner five
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years ago. a uc santa cruz graduate student range rebecca orr made the accusation during wednesday's uc regents meeting. or says the touching persisted throughout the evening, and that she felt powerless to stop the figure of authority. laura says that she tried to forget the incident but couldn't and eventually reported it more than a year ago. the university hired an outside investigator. kiefer denies the charges against him. our time is heaven: 39 for the frustration growing in southeast san jose as more and more rvs are parked in the commercial area. at least a dozen rvs are parked along your talley road near monterey road, even though there are signs with parking restrictions. business owners as a people living in the rvs started parking there a month ago, and since then, businesses are dealing with trash and safety problems. they also say customers are staying away.>> i feel frustrated because it doesn't give a good image to the business. we be losing some business services. i would say. at least 30%.
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>> the san jose police say they know about the problem and that the issue is complicated. the police put a 72 hour stickers on the rvs, but the rvs often just move to another part of the city. voters in the city of oakland will soon decide whether or not to approve a tax to fund park maintenance and homeless services. the oakland city council approved a plan to put a 20 or parcel tax on the march ballot. the measure would give the city about $21 million a year. that money would be used to maintain store water, remove trash, and reduce homelessness and parks. our time is 7:40. still ahead, in san francisco, a neighbor known for crime and drugs, dirty streets, but business openers say they have had enough. he will tell you what their plan is to make the tenderloins reputation a lot better. also, to popular rides at disneyland are about to get a major upgrade. the changes that are coming to the indiana jones and snow white
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steam drive. was checking with mike me back and see what is coming up in the 8:00 hour on mornings on two pretty good morning. dave and gasia, good morning to you both. bumper-to-bumper traffic in the bay area just seems to be getting worse, so senator dianne feinstein is dusting off an old suggestion that could be a solution. the idea from her, and an east bay congressman that could ease traffic on summit bay area bridges. and coming up on the nine. babies are dying at levels that are unprecedented and very concerning, close to half of the colonies in the us dying every single year. to make a complex food system resting on the wings of these. we are going to sit down with a director of the award-winning film, the pollinator. he is bringing the threat to bees into the spotlight. we are back after the break. ok, network inspection. -ok.
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7:43. activists are calling for traffic safety changes in san francisco's tenderloin neighborhood.>> stop killing our neighbors. >> stop killing our neighbors. >> this is the scene about 3:00 yesterday afternoon at the intersection of taylor and eddy street. protesters holding signs and chanting no more traffic deaths. organizers of the rally say they want city leaders to do more to make the streets safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. there have been several traffic -related deaths in the tenderloin in the recent months.>> other neighborhoods have speed bumps, other neighborhoods have visible schools on signs for traffic. the tenderloin does not have speed bumps or raise crosswalks. and people drive through at the same speeds was neighborhood. >> organizers say they want the city to put in raise crosswalks and to install red light cameras at busy
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intersections. our time is 7:44. business owners in the tenderloin are working together to improve the tenderloins image. the tenderloin has been known for crime and a homeless crisis, but in the last month, the owner of cecil kathy, the only sudanese restaurant in the city, formed a business and property owners association. they want more business as to open in the tenderloin and make it safer for businesses and the people who live there.>> we want to make it more safer to change the perception in the mind of the people that to come and to feel free to come to the place and to feel safe.>> already more than a dozen of businesses have shown an interest in joining. the association. 7:45 here. taking a page from tesla, taking deposits for a new electric car. pam took his back in the studio with today's dollars and cents. pam? megan is a new mustang, so i love people will be very excited about this. fort is not releasing a glimpse
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yet. the world debut will be live streamed on youtube, facebook and twitter this sunday from an event in los angeles. we do know it is an all electric mustang called the marquis, so far. you can put down a $500 refundable deposit. the actual ordering will begin next year. and opening bell rang this morning, serves in restoration hardware gained more than 5%. that is off word that moran buffett is investing in the furnishings company. taking a look at the numbers in general, another record high for the dow jones this morning after white house economic advisor larry kudlow announced the us is close to a trade deal with china. there is the dow jones up almost a half of a percent, 113 points to 27,008 95. the s&p 500, back about 3130 109, and the nasdaq getting about the same percentage wise, 8520 there. consumer prices in the bay area are rising faster than the rest of the country. according to the bureau of labor statistics. local costs are up 3% compared
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to a nationwide increase. of 1.8% over the last 12 months. the report says most of the increase in cost here in the bay area is on housing. fort is recalling more than 168,000 trucks to fix an electrical problem that could cause the engine to stall or catch fire. now the recall involves f1 50 is built between june 24 and october 1 of this year. ford says it is not aware of any fires, crashes, or injuries so far due to the problem. dealerships will check the battery cable joint and remove some additional adhesive that may cause the problem. owners will be notified of more specifics later this month. struck a santa rosa brewery is getting some backlash for a new beer name that was a result of the owners frustration with pg&e. the owner of shady oak barrel has announced a new beer, on a facebook post. the name uses a profanity and then, pg&e. some family members of pg&e workers posted complaints on the facebook page, saying that their loved ones work very hard to make sure everyone has electricity, and then people started adding one star is used
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to shady oaks page, dragging the brewery's rating down to three stars. the owner says it's frustration is with pg&e executives, not workers but a lot of tension, and a lot of businesses did lose a lot of money over the power outages. but the workers who were out during the in the field, they tried, they don't have any control over what is happening up in the upper ranks, but they did receive a lot of angry customers. they deserve respect. they do. they do. thank you pam. struck me this morning, let's talk traffic for express lanes on 237 in silicon valley are open to drivers. they are on the westbound side of 237 and extend to mathilde avenue in sunnyvale. these new lanes me new rules for drivers. they will begin at five in the morning and they will continue through 8:00 at night. now every driver using the express lanes will now be required to have a fast-track transponder. cars with three or more people can use the lanes for free, but you have to click that little
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adjustable fast-track flex toll all the way over to the side to show you have 3+ people in your car. motorcyclists are free, cleaner vehicles pay half the cost. overseas, the water level in venice italy rising again today. three days after venice had its worst flooding in more than 50 years. the high tide today expected to peak at more than 5 feet. well above normal. at st. mark's square has new high water. the crypt below the basilica has flooded for only the second time in history. on tuesday, the water level reached more than 6 feet. the italian government declared a state of emergency. the coast guard is releasing new video of a major drug bust or the submarine is one intercepted on october 22 in the eastern pacific ocean. when they opened the submarine, they say they found 5000 pounds of cocaine with a street value of approximately $69 million. four people were arrested. time is 7:49. let's get you to where you need to know. sal is back watching her
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commute. sal? good morning, david and gasia, we have traffic that is going to be busy at the bay bridge. but i am beginning to see just a little bit of improvement . in terms of the east bay commute. you can see here, traffic is going to be busy. i lost my microphone here. but you can see my traffic is going to be busy. there we go. no major issues on the actual span. this is 880 northbound. you can see that traffic is moving along okay, but it's getting a little bit slower as you drive through. there have been no major issues driving into the area. and if you are driving on the san mateo bridge it is all right. these commutes are okay, there has been some slow traffic on the peninsula. on highway 101 through burling gait. i would use 280 instead. in fact, 280 has not been a bad commute. if you look at the south bay commute, 85 is the slowest freeway getting into cupertino. 750, let's bring steve back in. fell, thank you. all right we will get right to it. we have had a lot of fun with the wonderful mark two-mile yesterday.
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set aggressive drizzle. i would say so, i'm going to steal that. and that's what it was for some. ben loman in there with aggressive drizzle. 12/100. after that it was kind of you know, .01 but still it measures. somebody is what is the big deal? it is count. .01 or .02 in a month where we can't hardly get any rain, we will take what we can get. maybe next tuesday, more like the cold and windy for us, but look at southern california next wednesday night into thursday. now this is the european forecast model. the gfs is not as wet. it does bring rain into southern california and also southern nevada and arizona, but not that much. that does bear watching next went day thursday and friday if you're going down to southern california. maybe some of that moving back into the sierra as well. if we get a .03 2.05, i will be happy with that. that will be tuesday night wednesday, but it looks more cool and windy than it does rainy. kentville yesterday was 59. annapolis 61, redwood 63 and concord 65. those are never average to slightly above. we have been so warm on the
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high side especially for inland areas this month but it is tough to get any cool air. we had some light rain this morning, blake county into mendocino county. a 10th of an inch, a few drizzle, a couple rainbows. i know there is a rainbow in sonoma right now, beautiful sonoma. most of this is clearing out, i think we are about done. 40s and 50s on the thames, more son, 64 to 68 on the forecast side. those are above average. the city, 64 and 56 bit above on both barely. more so on the low side. 44 in 1880 the coolest day of the week was 57 on wednesday, monday was 76, so you have had a crazy week. we will see the systems going through, most of it is almost out of here as it splits and the high will go in for a sunny and warmer weekend. so our cooldown was really only about 36 hours. it is kicked out of here and we will focus on after the weekend, next tuesday, but the weekend, lots of sun and warmer. might be an isolated 70 or so but more so on saturday into
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sunday and monday. then we will keep an eye on this guy for a change on tuesday. time is 7:52. research at 30,000 feet. coming up in the next hour, how qantas airlines flight testing the limits of both the passengers and the pilot. new technology may be the next thing when it comes to quick and convenient brain scans for concussions and overall wellness. we will tell you what it is, coming up. first, last night did you see this? things got ugly between the cleveland browns and the pittsburgh steelers. ouch. the fight that could land, there could be major suspensions.
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graham. sounds good, sal. time is 7.56. a big fight last night during thursday night football between the pittsburgh steelers and the cleveland browns. this could lead to all kinds of punishment and possible legal action. watch. less than 10 seconds left in the game, steelers quarterback mason rudolph hit by myles garrett of the browns and then the fight starts. rudolph grabbed garrett, then defensive and ripped off rudolph's helmet. and when the quarterback tried to go after him, garrett swung the helmet. actually hit him in the head. after the game, garrett said he regretted what he did, said he just lost his cool. i appreciate my team having my back but it's never got to that point. that's on me. what i did was foolish and i shouldn't have allowed myself to slip like that. it was out of character. steelers center murray's pouncey punched and kicked garrett during the fight, and browns defensive tackle larry hogan joby ran into rudolph
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from behind, shoved him to the ground. all kinds of things were happening. pouncey garrett over jumpy, were disqualified, kicked out of the game. here is that hit with the helmet again. the cleveland browns won the game, 21-7. time is 7:58. a statue of 49ers legend joe montana at levi stadium. it is being repaired after being vandalized by a fan. it sits right outside of levi stadium. the police say 37-year-old jorge lopez pulled the facemask off the montana statue after the 49ers game monday night, and it was caught on camera. this is just stupidity. and makes you shake your head more than anything. mike lopez is charged with felony vandalism. the repairs, they should be finished before the 49ers game this sunday. the 49ers are increasing security around all of the
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stadium statues. 7:58 is the time. some big changes are coming to disneyland next year. two popular but aging riots are going to be upgraded. changes to the indiana jones ride will include switching out its steel frame and replacing a plank bridge during the escape from the temple of the forbidden eye. snow white's scary adventures, is also being upgraded, including its main set. this was one of the first ride when disneyland opened, way back in 1955. another change at disneyland, at disney world, is the menu, at the star wars galaxy edge attraction. when these exhibits opened earlier this year, every item on the menu had a star wars related name, such as fried and dorian tibia. while the attraction is a big success, not every visitor really knows all the star wars types words. last month executives change the menus name to make them more understandable. so, fried and dorian tibia is
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now, and dorian fried chicken. tiffany appeared got it? it is day two of the president donald j. trump impeachment hearing, the former ambassador of ukraine, opening up about how she felt threatened and also about what she calls a crisis at the state department. a teenager opened fire on a high school campus, killing two students. what we are learning about the teenage gunmen as investigators searched for a motive. entities make several arrests in connection to the deadly shooting on halloween night in orlando. how the community is not responding. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. morning everyone, looking back to ktvu, it is friday, november 15, mike me back, >> and i am gasia mikaelian. today is the second day of open testimony in the presidential impeachment inquiry. a few moments ago, lawmakers
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and ambassador marie yovanovitch took a quick break, they are expected to be back in session shortly. if you would like to watch these proceedings never entirely, you can do so live over on ktvu plus, we are monitoring what is happening here on mornings on 2, certainly. once the hearing resumes so well our coverage. was checking with traffic and weather and get the weekend forecast with steve paulson. good morning, gasia think you. some sun breaks already for yesterday's drizzle. some light rain to the north. looks like we're about done with all this. you can get a rainbow, a moment of zen. a rainbow from my dining room window in sonoma this morning. thank you, that looks good. we are on the backside of all of this. had some rain mainly from about sonoma county northern napa county, into lake county and mendocino county. it looks like we are almost done with that. i don't think there is too much left there. if there is it is on its way south or done. there is a little bit of splitting. that is the problem. the system is not holding together. 58 in san jose, 58 as well in san jose. oakland airport is 59. 51 novato and also into san anselmo, 64 to 68 were forecast highs. the system is moving through survey got about a day and a
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half of a break, and some drizzle. i know it wasn't much but it counts, we will take it. the weekend looks good, today, 60s to almost 70. here is sal. we do have traffic that is a little busy but it has been plainly better than it normally is on monday through thursday. it is a little better now. 33 minutes, it is not too bad. the fog has not been an issue for most commutes. you can see clearly that 880 traffic is slowing down getting into oakland. san mateo and don martin bridges have already include. on the peninsula you will see some slowing on highway 91 in san mateo. it is easy to get around that on 280 which is mostly good. if there is one freeway in the silicon valley i would avoid, it'll be 85, north of 17. there is no way for you to do this when you have 280 or 101 or other expressways. do not get on northbound 85 right now, it is not good and there are easy ways around it. 8102, let's go back to the desk. as we have been showing it,
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impeachment hearings back underway on capitol hill. already today there have been some heated moments. the former us ambassador to ukraine was fired by trump just testified. ktvu's alyssa harrington monitoring the hearings and joins us live from our newsroom to get us up to date. >> reporter: the hearings are in recess right now, but what we saw his former ambassador marie yovanovitch , she said she was shocked when she found out the president of the united states called her bad news on a phone call with the ukrainian president. she was ousted by trump and what has been called a smear campaign. orchestrated by his allies, including really giuliani. here is some video of marie yovanovitch taking her oath before testifying before the house intelligence committee. she delivered opening statements saying she was dedicated to anticorruption work and said her service was an expression of gratitude to the country. trump is accused of withholding congressional aid to ukraine while he pressured the country to investigate biden and biden's son.>> which countries interests are served when a very corrupt behavior we have been criticizing is allowed to prevail? such conduct undermines the us,
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exposes our friends, and widens the playing field for autocrats like president putin. our leadership depends on the power of our example, and the consistency of our purpose.>> the white house released a rough transcript of the first phone call between the president, president donald j. trump, and the ukrainian president, both complement each other on their campaigns. residents linsky invited trump to his inauguration. republicans made a motion to subpoena the whistleblower, fueling the debate over whether the whistleblower should be identified. first of all, i'm grateful the president has released the call record. i would now ask the president to release the thousands of other records that he has instructed the state department not to release. >> on wednesday the democrats were forced to make the absurd argument that hearsay can be much better evidence than direct evidence. and just when you thought the spectacle couldn't get more
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bizarre, committee republicans received a memo from the democrats threatening ethics referrals if we out the whistleblower.>> in just the past few minutes, the president has been accused of witness intimidation. he started tweeting during these life hearings. i want to read you part of one. he said, "everywhere marie yovanovitch, turned bad." live in the newsroom, alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. five people were arrested in connection with a deadly hollowing night shooting at an air b&b rental in orinda where five people were killed. search warrants were served yesterday in marin city. vallejo. antioch, and san mateo. four suspects were arrested on suspicion of murder. the suspects are identified by law enforcement is 28-year-old lebron wallace from san mateo, 20-year-old chuck has sweeney of marin city, 20-year-old jason iles also of marin city, and all 30-year-old sham ron mitchell of antioch. if you suspect, 21-year-old devon lamson of vallejo, was arrested as an accessory.
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tactical units from the contra costa sheriff's department make those arrests yesterday while carrying out this particular raid at an apartment complex in marin city. the former suspects are being held without bail. in the accessory suspects bail is set at $500,000. the orlando police department has been criticized over its handling of the case, but the city's mayor said law enforcement has put a lot of resources into this investigation. so some orlando residents say it will take more than they arrested to restore their sense of peace. they wanted the city to look into stricter regulations or an outright ban on short-term rentals. 8106. the investigation continues this morning in southern california where investigators say a teenager opened fire on classmates. authorities have identified the shooter as a 16-year-old boy, a student at saugus high school in santa clarita. they say he shot and killed two fellow students, with the three others, before turning the gun on himself. he is listed in critical condition this morning. investigators are still looking for a motive.
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>> was probably the scariest moment of my life. >> i heard like two or three shots, then i just saw everyone running out. >> what did you think when that happened? can i was just confused because it was so surreal. it just sounded like a really big balloon pop but way louder. >> authorities say the gunman was shooting randomly. yesterday was his 16th birthday. investigators are now talking to his mother and girlfriend as they try to figure out a motive for the shooting. the santa clarita shooting victims are being worn throughout the community. last night, students, parents and educators held a candlelight vigil at a city park. santa clarita is 40 minutes north of downtown los angeles and is the third-largest city in los angeles county. the vigil gave people a chance to really come together and comport each other.>> it is unbelievable, i can't even put it into words that this happened in my community.>> just why? why did this happen here? why did this happen in our
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close-knit community? >> why? and if he, was he okay, like is there anything we could have done to help him?>> a former student at saugus high school is planning a large vigil for sunday after night. churches in the area will also be holding prayer services. make sure to stay with mornings on 2 for complete coverage. we expect more information from investigators really throughout the day and we also have more coverage for you online at ktvu.com and of course on our social media pages. stanford university says it will install two plaques for he and his right a sexual assault by a stanford student on campus in 2015. the school promised three years ago to create a plaque with the quote from the assault survivor, chanelle miller. stanford administrators initially rejected a quote that was taken from her victim impact statement. eventually, the school bowed to pressure from students and faculty.>> and without that plaque, it is really hard to understand, what the context is for this space, it's just a nice garden, what is going
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on?>> you can't change history, you can do is learn from it. and what stanford should learn from the situation is, that censorship and silencing are never the right answer. and you have to keep your promises.>> stanford says the plaques will go up as soon as it is feasible. one will have information that includes support and resources for survivors. the other will have a quote from miller, that reads "you took away my worth, my privacy, my energy, my time, my safety, my intimacy, my confidence, my own voice, until today." , connecticut residential candidate bernie sanders will be in oakland today to receive the endorsement of the country's largest nurses union. national nurses united says it supports sanders medicare for all proposal. the union also endorsed sanders in the 2016 presidential race. just yesterday, sanders supporters submitted the opening of his campaign office in san francisco.>> the bay area has the largest number of bernie sanders volunteers in the country. so we will be detaching our volunteer throughout the state of california and throughout the
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united states. >> sanders will be formally endorsed by the nurses union at a news conference at 130 this afternoon in oakland. our political reporter greg lee is able to sit down with senator sanders tonight during his visit here. here what sanders has to take tonight on the 6:00 news. bumper-to-bumper commutes in the bay area seem to be getting worse. senator dianne feinstein is reviving an old suggestion that could be a modern solution. the idea from her and an east bay congressman that could ease traffic on some bay area bridges. a woman accused of embezzling more than $1 million from a bay area business. what she did to the company is and how police managed to track her down.
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in marin county woman accused of embezzling $1 million will soon be back in the bay area after being arrested in manhattan . 53-year- old shelley bus years petaled finances at san rafael, which makes stuffed animals that teachers and therapists used to help children with emotional problems. but in 2017 after complaints of missing funds and merchandise from customers and manufacturers, and audit found money funneled to 10 different accounts. fraudulent credit cards, and bank loans soon after. this year's disappeared.>> we are like a family, working so hard to help kids in schools learn how to communicate feelings. i have no idea here, if she is smiling. what's really going on behind the scenes. after a 10 month search, detectives were able to track her down. us marshals arrested her and her manhattan apartment where she was using someone else's name. brush years will be extradited to marin county sometime next week. estate is working hard to help homeowners who are unable to get our insurance
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coverage. telephone is insurance commissioner says there has been an increase in the number of non-robles across the state. the covered limit for damage from wildfires is $1.5 million per starting april 1, it will double to $3 million. raising the maximum coverage amount comes after damage from recent wildfires exceeded many homeowners coverage. some people who live in the sierra foothills are still frustrated with pg&e and last month public safety public power shutoffs. people who live in nevada city said they haven't seen the credits in their most recent bills, which is something that the utility promised. others are upset that their bills actually showed they were charged on days they had no power.>> they just need to communicate, kind of get their act together as far as how they portray themselves, and what information they pass out to the public.>> a pg&e spokesperson said the credits are coming but probably won't show up until the second or third billing cycles.>> several different fire agencies are using the favorable weather for a prescribed burden and number and the rug area. for firefighters will through
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12 acres on the east side of the san pablo reservoir. yesterday's control burn was in the painted rocks section of the john your land trust. the idea behind these urns is to cut down on fuel that can feed an uncontrollable wild fire. fire officials say the burns are also useful for residents.>> today is training, so we are not only honing our schools, but getting our residents used to seeing a little bit of smoke in the air rather than a lot.>> is is natural for california. when we control it is even better, because now we are so urban, we really need to put brakes in the fires. governor newsom a lot of $35 million for high-priority fire prevention projects. most of them in northern california. cal fire says six abatement projects are complete and around 24 and more are scheduled for the rest of this year. let's go high above where happening now, a spacewalk is underway on the international
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space station. an italian astronaut from the european space agency, and a nasa flight engineer, repairing a cosmic particle detector. michael is a good picture to see in space. starting just before 4:00 in the morning, it's going to be about a six hour spacewalk out there. nasa is calling this one of the most complicated spacewalks in about a decade. one astronaut involved said "we are going to perform what could be considered open-heart surgery on this amazing experiment." another effort is underway to get funding to build another bridge. right across san francisco bay. this will be something. senator dianne feinstein, and east bay representative marcus tommy and i are pushing for a southern crossing, linking high 2030 two interstate 380 near the san francisco international airport. this would be between the san mateo and bay bridges. the bridge proposal has been talked about for decades, but this new push comes ahead of an effort to put a transportation make a tax measure on the november 2020 ballot. to generate some $100 billion over four decades. the lawmakers say the trans bay crossing could combine a roadway for cars with some form of mass transit, such as
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bart. interesting idea, let's get to our traffic expert. what you think, they think this is something that could be done here?>> you know how building a bridge, it took long to build that? so i think that, if they start doing that, maybe in 20 years we will have a bridge. it takes a long time, they have to do a thought of studying. so i'm not holding my breath, but it is a nice idea in my opinion. let's take a look at highway 24 westbound if you are driving to lafayette area, you can see traffic is going to be moderate. there have been no major issues on the tunnel approach. highway four getting a little slow. this is a look at the bay bridge. talking about bridges, this is the busiest bridge of the bay area, even on a friday like we do have some slow traffic here. 880 n. is slow. but you know, bridget is doing much better than the san mateo bridge if you can use that bridge. 8:17, spring stephen. thank you sir. we'll get to it here. things are winding down as far as any rain goes. drizzle whatever, we will take it. in a month it has been very
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dry. a picture here from our good friend crowell probably from petra corporate on a fantastic fall friday in lovely lake county. was the cloudy and fall, high today, 66, 68. i will buy that, petra core if you don't know, is the smell of the ground emitting after the first grain rain. that is the smell you get. the password is petra corporate patty says good morning, thank you. is aggressive a grizzle the result of angry looking crown clouds? she cracks herself up. patty, that is pretty good, i like that. that is what we had that was the drizzle yesterday. bin laden with the most, mount diablo picked up .09. novell 8.05. after that it was a .01, .02, including santa rosa and san francisco, el cerrito. i know vallejo was in there, danville was in there, and probably your backyard as well. the next hint of anything for us will be tuesday night, when
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they. i don't think you'll get much out of it, it will be cooler and wednesday. this low looks to really energize itself over southern california, a look at some of the rainfall projections. this won't be until wednesday into thursday. so a lot of time to fine-tune the details but you are seeing some pretty hefty totals here south of us. maybe the fear could get some on the backside of that for some mother natures now and not man-made know. our system is sliding through the second of two, and there is not much left. we had some light rain in mendocino county. also into lake county and you saw the son tried to work its way through sonoma, maratha and moran. 50 thames, 59 in oakland. the lows are warmer, 64 to 68, could be a few near 70 but we had a little dip in the temps yesterday. they are going back up over the weekend after the system goes through. we will have more son in the high builds in, and a slight offshore breeze. not enough to make a big concern, at least not for the weekend. temperatures will bump up sunday into monday. they look to be the warmest days until they can get the next system to form itself over us on tuesday afternoon and evening. 60s on the temps today. again warmer into the weekend,
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looks pretty good there. we will focus on tuesday and see if we can get some more rain out of that.>> thank you steve. taking action against bart. what a man who was put in handcuffs after police told him to stop eating on the bart platform, says he was targeted. a new piece of technology may be the next big thing when it comes to quick and convenient brain scanning, when it comes to looking for concussions. ♪ ♪ struck the power to play college football is on fox 2 news this saturday, check out the lineup.>> reporter: ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ we need someone to lean on ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ all we needed somebody to lean on ♪ ♪ ♪ sweden's greetings. enjoy one complimentary payment when you lease or finance a new volvo. now through january 2nd. case in point, if you saviget xfinity internetle. and mobile together, big savings on your wireless bill.
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[ music ] 80s music. in excess. my goodness. brings me back a little bit. need you tonight, that's our theme for traffic dams, is 80s music. and if there is a special time you want to hear, you can let us know, i have one more slot to pill. phil. hit me up using the hashtag ktvu, facebook and instagram. let's go back to you in the studio. mixed martial arts fighters in sacramento are taking part in a project to reduce the number of concussions. each athletes brain was scanned to get a baseline. physical therapists say the procedure takes just a matter of minutes but can be vital for a healthy mind.
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technology gathers real-time information about the brain by testing a person's reaction time to both sound and images.>> it's a great objective tool that gives us good information on the brain. not only with concussion and brain injury, but we can also look at brain performance on the other end of the spectrum. we are looking in the moment, doing everything we can, but i'm definitely wary about it and nervous, that's why i'm in here, getting my brain scanned and doing all i can to keep my brain and a healthy and strong.>> researchers are encouraging young people to record their brain scans. once a baseline is established, doctors can compare the brain activity of a past scan to current levels. we are hearing what local summarily be shot and the a's have to say about the city of oakland, dropping off lawsuit against alameda county over the sale of the coliseum. over west open county to selling it coliseum to the a's for $85 million per requires publicly owned surplus land to be considered for affordable housing before it can be full. vermeer shaft and the city council say they are pleased with recent discussions with the a is and their shared.
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now the site is very large, it is very expensive, it's very complicated. and so we will see if anyone besides the asr interested in the opportunity, but that is a legal requirement for us to go through. we will definitely have a robust affordable housing plan as part of what we are doing in east oakland, and we look forward to working with the city to determine the percentages, the rates, and everything to make it successful. >> dropping a lawsuit appears to have put the a's new stadium plans back on track. the next step is for the a's to finalize a deal with alameda county than the separate deal with the city. >> a man who was detained for eating a sandwich on the platform of the pleasant hill bart station is suing the transit agency. the attorney representing stephen foster announced the intent to file a lawsuit yesterday, signed outside the pleasant hill station and on the platform states that eating anywhere in the station is against the law. bart officials say foster was uncooperative when an officer approached him. foster says he felt singled out because he's african- american.>> i felt that i have
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to be disrespectful as i thought i was being disrespected and singled out. i felt like i had to get even. >> foster says he did not know it was against the law to eat on a train platform. bart says it will not comment on a future lawsuit. earlier this week, bart's general manager said in a statement that he is disappointed in what happened, and apologized to foster. a: 26. some new express lanes are open now and one congested part of silicon valley. coming up, the changes you need to know if you drive along highway 237 your mountain view. frustration over a growing number of rvs parked in a very busy part of the south bay. by people in this particular area say it is costing them money. also reaction from the city.
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five people arrested in connection to the deadly halloween shooting in orlando. live in the east spain this morning with marley suspect
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that when they are expected in the court. day two of the public and peachpit inquiry. who is testifying and what to expect from today's only witness. from ktvu fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. see that golden glow behind us, the sun is back and it is friday. smack it or evening i am making you back. let's check in with our san jose sharks reporter. nice win last night. that is true they are on a roll and i will be there saturday night. i am also the red wings who are on a little winning streak so it should be a great game. the big one for the sharks are the ducks last night, 5-3. we do have a little change here, we talked about some sun breaks, yes. the system is swinging through and we are about done with this. there could be a little sprinkle or drizzle or two, nothing compared to yesterday. a lot of the activity was to the north and even that much wasn't much, sonoma and marin, it does not look like there is very much left, things are falling apart and pushing off. upper 50s for some, low 50s for others but everyone is pretty close, 51 to 59. covers it from santa rosa to oakland. it highs today, they are a little above. it is tough for us to get below average on the high.
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that is for sure. we had a little bit of that yesterday but right back up we go as the system swings through. the high is going to build in as it does, that's going to start to send temperatures back to i think the light rain is done, more sun in the afternoon as we start to see the low and high clouds clear out. they will be a lot more sun and some warmer temps on the weekend, including your 70 for some today. it is upper 60s with close to 74 if you. here is sal. the right now we see the traffic is going to be okay if you are driving on highway 24 through lafayette. it actually looks better than okay, it looks pretty good. there have been no major problems on 680 going south through that area. it is a little better than normal. so these commutes are going to be better. we have had a couple of delays, but for the most part, the traffic is going to be looking good. san mateo and dunbarton bridge commutes have improved. on the peninsula, unfortunately we have a crash on eastbound 92, that is going away from half moon bay towards san mateo. see this little area here? i would avoid 92, right at 101.
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i would use a different way. i would not get into this traffic jam, because it is pretty slow. 831, let's go back to the desk. two weeks after a halloween night shooting in orlando that left five people dead, five men are under arrest this morning in connection with the attack that happened inside a home rented through air b&b. four of those men are being held in trent eckstein county this morning. ktvu is frank mexico joins us live with more on the arrests. frank? >> reporter: good morning to you. four of those men have been arrested on murder charges. the fit is now being held on a sensory to murder. this was a widespread investigation throughout the bay area. search warrants were served yesterday in marin city, vallejo, antioch and san mateo. here are the names of those five men. 28-year-old lebron wallace from san mateo, 20-year-old doc his sweeney of marin city. 20-year-old jason iles, also of marin city. sham ron wallace out of antioch, and 21-year-old devon williamson of vallejo was the
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one arrested for alleged a factory. now, tactical units from the contra costa county sheriff's department made those arrests yesterday while carrying out the raids, this video is from marin city. the four murder suspects are being held without bail. the accessory suspect is being held on a half $1 million bail. orlando police department has been criticized heavily on their handling of the case, but the city's mayor says, law enforcement has put a lot of resources into this two-week investigation.>> i don't know if there is a sense of relief or not. this is a beginning of a process, a judicial juvenile proceedings with regard to the five individuals. >> some orinda residents say it will take more than the arrest of these five men to restore their sense of peace in their community. they would like the city to look into stricter regulations or even an outright ban of short-term rentals.
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sources tell ktvu there had been a fight between two groups. one based in san francisco, the other in marin city. those two groups were among the 100 partygoers at this party on halloween night in orlando. sources also tell us the fight erupted out in the kitchen. and guns were drawn. and then perhaps two of the victims may have been involved in that gunfight. the foreman that are here in jail right now, martinez, will face a judge sometime next week, here in court. that is the very latest. in martinez i am frank molko, ktvu fox 2 news. >> as we have been showing it this morning. the second day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry is underway right now in washington dc . a former ambassador to ukraine, marie yovanovitch, is testifying. she was fired by president donald j. trump and is telling lawmakers this morning that she was a victim of a campaign of disinformation that is using unofficial back channels leading to her removal from ukraine.>> when other countries, other actors and other countries, see that
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private interests, foreign interests, can come together, and get a us ambassador removed, what is going to stop them from doing that in the future in other countries?>> there will also be closed-door testimony today and tomorrow as state department officials are expected to say that he overheard a phone call with president donald j. trump pressing for investigations by ukraine into former vice president joe biden and his son hunter. frustration is growing among some residents and business owners in southeast san jose. more and more rvs are being parked in a commercial area. at least a dozen rvs are parked along tully road near monterey road. even though there are signs with parking restrictions posted. business owners say the people living in the arby's started marking there about a month ago, and since then businesses are dealing with trash and safety problems. they also say customers are staying away.>> i feel frustrated because it does not give a good image to the
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business. we will be er since they came in. i would say at least 30%. >> san jose police say the issue is complicated. police officers play 72 hour stickers on the rvs, but say they often moved to other parts of the city. the express lanes on highway 237 and silicon valley are now open to drivers. express lanes are not westbound side and will extend to matilda avenue in sunnyvale. new lanes mean new rules for drivers. the express lanes will begin at five in the morning and will continue throughout the day into the evening hours, at 8:00. every driver using the express lanes will now have to be responsible for having a fast- track responder. vehicles with three or more people can use the lanes for free, but you have to click the adjustable fast-track flex toll to show you have that many people in the vehicle. motorcyclists are free, and clean air vehicles pay half the cost. a new study finds like the site, two bay area airports are among the most affordable
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to fly out of nationwide, and one bay area airport is often the most expensive. running up, we break down where oakland, sfo, and san jose minetta airports rank. speaking of flying, research at 30,000 feet. we are going to explain how qantas airplane flights are testing the limits of the passengers and the pilots. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ we need someone to lean on ♪ blow a kiss into the sun ♪ all we needed somebody to lean on ♪ ♪ ♪ sweden's greetings. enjoy one complimentary payment when you lease or finance a new volvo. now through january 2nd.
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[ music ] rick astley, never gonna give you up. they call this song be rick roll. remember this song folks? 1987. that completes, thank you stephen for that request. that's it for traffic jams, and another morning of 80s, probably one of our favorite themes but if you have an idea for next friday theme, let us
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know on social media. just use the hashtag, ktvu on twitter, facebook, or insta grant. michael right, stephen, thank you very much for that. ford is taking a page from tesla and taking deposits right now for a new electric vehicle. a lot of people can't wait for this. pam click it back to the studio to explain in dollars and cents. like it is an exciting one, it is a mustang. a brand-new mustang. for not releasing a glimpse but that the world debut will be live streamed on youtube, facebook, and twitter this sunday from an event in los angeles. we do know it's an all electric mustang called the monkey. you can put down a $500 deposit, it's refundable. the actual ordering will begin next year. in the opening bell rang this morning, sears and restoration hardware gained more than 5%, on word that warren buffett is investing in the marin county home furnishings company. another stock i want to mention, jcpenney beat the street with his earnings estimate, certainly been struggling quite a bit, but jcpenney stock up this morning,
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and so are the markets. the dow shot into new record territory, once again after the white house economic advisor larry kudlow announced that the us is close to a trade deal with china. there is the dow. now up 150 points to 27,000. the nasdaq and the s&p 500 also up. uber's cofounder and former ceo has dumped more than $700 million worth of shares in the company since last week. the stock thing to record lows immediately after the filings were released and shares have fallen nearly 40% since going public. travis kellogg neck was ousted as cao in 2017 but is still on a san francisco company's board of directors. he still owns more than 71 million shares of uber, worth $1.8 million. just in time for the busy holiday season, a new list ranks the most expensive and least expensive airports in the country, and the bay area's airports are on opposite ends of the list coming to the travel website, the points guy, the most expensive is newark airport in new jersey. sfo was the fourth most
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expensive. mccarran airport in las vegas, tops the list of most affordable airports. san jose fourth, oakland fifth on that list. the airports are ranked on the average cost of a round-trip, parking fees, and the average cost of a cup of coffee. and experimental research flight by qantas airlines touchdown in sydney today after flying nonstop from london and catching two sunrises. it is the australian airline's second successful research flight as they worked to provide the world's longest ever commercial route. the record-breaking flight covered 11,000 miles, 19 hours and 19 minutes, the pilot's alertness and brainwave patterns were monitored. and six business class passengers were devices allowing researchers to analyze food intake, sleep patterns, lighting and physical activity. i actually feel fantastic, i feel really well. a lot better than i normally would at this point in the
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flight.>> qantas is hoping for, stretching areas, and physical activities on board. we will have passengers cope with that long flight but is planning another new york to sydney research flight next month. if the program is successful, the roots would be launched in 2023. like i don't know if i could do 19 hours, even with stretching. >> maybe if i am all alone. five or six is a law. that is the most i have done. >> we will see. thank you pam. say or think it's back time now, a: 44. get over to sell real quick. no need to fight. there is plenty to go around. we will see you soon up here. good morning, mike and gasia. we still have some lingering slowing on the morning commute. and it is has been a better commute than it has been a better can it today than normal though. that should make you feel better if you do have to go. 880 is slow, but the commutes are just not as deep. there is not as much volume. when there are problems, things do slow down, though. eastbound 92 at alameda. there was a crash here, so i
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would not use, i told you this last time. i would not use eastbound 92 right now. it is very frustrating, if you know your way around. use side roads or use a different road or get over 2101 using 380 instead. because 92 is just a big mess. if you look at the silicon valley, we have had just some slow traffic here on 17, 85, and 101. but it is better than it normally is. 8:45. today's weather, here is steve. thank you sal. one last look at our system here as it moves out. drizzle will take it on a month that it has been very very dry. not much, but a .01, 2a .02 covered most santa rosa san francisco. danville and there may be where you are as well. mill valley a little bit more. i do believe unless somebody comes in later under the wire here, then loman was the leader of the packet for one hundredths. any more rain? nothing until maybe tuesday night or wednesday. for us, not much. it could be pretty significant for southern california,
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southern nevada, and into arizona. there are projections of the lows going to intensify. we got a .03 2.05 next tuesday night and wednesday. i would take that as a victory but it could be really impressive down south. again, five or six days before this all comes together. those are some of the early projections. there are some signs that maybe some sierra snow wrapping back around that low. next wednesday night into thursday. so maybe some changes coming here, finally. our system there is not much left, the secondary system that came through after yesterday, and most of the rain if not all of it has pushed out of the area or ended or fallen apart. systems kind of splitting so that takes a lot of energy away. 50s on the thames, low to mid to upper. highs today, 64 to 68, can above average at least on the high side. i am in the theme this month for almost the entire month inland, not so much coast in the bay, today they will all be there. the weekend looks better as a high kicks in behind the system for a cooler system is now about done. as it kicks out of here the light rain and most of the cloud cover is on its way out as well. the weekend, more sunshine, a breeze from the north, and
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warmer temps. today, 62 almost 700, but these will pop back up tomorrow even though days are getting shorter. sunday into monday look pretty warm and we will start to focus on tuesday and see if we can get more rain in here. still to come on the nine, we will let you know that san francisco- based nonprofit that is helping at risk youth in a unique way. restoring classic cars. coming up on the ninth and how you can help the program on giving tuesday. it is a neighborhood that has long struggled with crime, drugs, and dirty streets. now, some merchants in the tenderloin say they have had enough. what they are doing to try to turn things around.
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activists are calling for safety traffic improvements in san francisco's tenderloin neighborhood.>> stop killing my neighbors. >> this was the scene around 3:00 yesterday afternoon at the intersection of taylor and eddie. protesters held signs and printed no more traffic deaths. organizers of the rally say they want city leaders to do more to make the streets safer for pedestrians and cyclists. there have been several traffic -related deaths in the tenderloin in recent months.>> other neighborhoods have speed bones, other neighborhoods have visible schools on science for traffic, but the tenderloin does not have speed bumps or race crosswalks. and people drive through at
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insane speeds in this neighborhood. organizers say they want the city to put in raised crosswalks and install red light cameras at busy intersections. a group of business owners in san francisco's tenderloin is trying to improve the areas image. the tenderloin has really one of the city's highest crime rates and homeless populations. but in the last month, the owner of the diesel cafi, the city's only sudanese restaurant, formed a merchants and property owners association. goals include encouraging more businesses to open up in the neighborhood, and also to make it safe for businesses and for the people who really live there.>> we want to make it more safer, to change the perception in the mind of the people to come and to feel free to come to the place and to feel safe. >> more than a dozen businesses have expressed interest in joining the association. the more people that sign up, the more clout this association have been lobbying the city to
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get additional resources for auc region is being investigated for allegations of sexual misconduct. george kuyper is an approved of inappropriately touching a fuel student at a dinner five years ago. the graduate student named rebecca orr made the accusations during wednesday's uc regents meeting. she says the touching persisted throughout the evening and she felt powerless to stop this figure of authority. ora says she tried to forget the incident but couldn't, and eventually reported that more than a year ago. the university hired an outside investigator, kuyper denies the charges. and it is morning, san francisco city leaders say they want to help small businesses in chinatown that have been affected by the construction of the central subway. the city announced they will soon offer five to $10,000 per business for improvements or investments. the sf mta also promises to improve access to businesses with people helping with the flow of vehicle traffic in the area and also to have a temporary bus stop. the money is coming from a state education revenue fund. the central subway extension is expected to open up in the
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summer of 2021. still to come on the nine. honey bees are dying at levels that are unprecedented and very concerning. close to half of the colonies in the us dying every single year. the complex food system depending on bees. we sit down with the director of the award-winning film the pollinators, and how it is bringing the threat to b's into the spotlight. the harlem globetrotters dribbled their way into the guinness book of world records. again. how many records they broke actually, in just one day.
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struck thursday night football ended on a dark note between a fight that could lead to legal action. quarterback randolph was hit by myles garrett drove him into the round. would often like that and garrett appears to not like that. he ripped off his helmet and when the quarterback try to go after him, myles garrett swung the helmet and hit him in the head. after the game, mice and
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garrett said he lost his cool. >> i appreciate my team having my back but i never got i should have never gotten to that point. it's on me. what i did was foolish and i shouldn't allow myself to slip like that. that's out of character. >> the center punch garrett during the fight and brown's defensive tackle ran into rudolph from behind and shoved him to the ground. all three browns were disqualified from the game. rounds won 21-7. statue of joe montana is being repaired afterwards vandalized the statue sits outside leave your stadium. the suspect bold the pace they smacked off on monday night. the incident was caught on camera. >> this is just stupidity and it makes you shake your head more than anything.
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>> lopez is charged with felony vandalism. the repairs will be completed the sunday. the team is stepping up security around the stadium. 13 teams will send coaches to atlanta to watch: annette walkout. workout. the teams include the patriots, cardinals, dolphins. kaepernick has not played football since 2016 when he started protesting by kneeling during the national anthem. the harlem globetrotters are in the heart the book of world records again. >> oh baby! >> the team broke six records in one day. the furthest behind the back basketball shot, the farthest kneeling basketball shot main backwards. they were awarded for being the
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vascular team that has played in the most sovereign countries, 101. big changes coming to disneyland . two rides will be upgraded. the "indiana jones" ride will replace a plank bridge. snow white scary adventure being referred fished including the main suspect this is one of the first rides in 1955. a copy of the mona lisa painting is going on the option lock in paris. the replica was painted by an unknown artist about 100 years after leonardo da vinci painted the original in the 16th century. this is one of about 150 copies in circulation. produced between the 16th and 19th centuries. southern he says it may be a good alternative to viewing mona lisa since the original in the louvre museum is carefully watched and protected by a thick protective glass. >> this is a way of getting much more close. the original you can never come up close unless you are very privileged. this is maybe a way of actually looking at her without all the
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thick case and the people in front of it taking selfies. >> the painting could go for as much as $100,000. it will be up for bid november 19. day to a simoni underway on capitol hill broke the u.s. ambassador to ukraine talking about intimidation and corruption in the impeachment hearings. if the bees are disappearing, what else has disappeared because we don't count nothing is? >> how we grow food challenged by the shrinking population of bees. we sit down with the director of the pollinators bringing awareness to this problem. plus, serving at risk youth by fixing up plastic cards book we will let you know how you can help them on giving tuesday. we're looking live at the oakland estuary. similar shot to what we see behind us on the set of the 9.

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