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mother nature putting the ingredients together for a heavy rain event. two of them as a matter of fact in the next 36 hours. one of those ingredients is moisture. look at how much fog. this is walnut creek. that is looking south at 680, look at the fog across our inland east bay neighborhoods up into solano county. some of it is slipping across the san pablo bay and heading over to san rafael and novato. here's a look at san rafael. fog an issue this morning. very mild out there. low to mid 50s. we'll be in the low to mid 60s, breezy and random showers are at 4:00. the heavy, steady rain moving in by 7:00. we're following breaking news at the live desk. abc news confirmed an active shooter now at the naval air base in pensacola, florida, which is on the panhandle here. want to let you know this information is just now coming in to our newsroom, so the details we're still trying to
sort out. we know that the naval base has tweeted they are on lockdown. it says both gates of nasp are secured due to reporters of an active shooter. more information will be provided as it becomes available. this is the second shooting incident on a naval base this week. there was another shooting where three people died in pearl harbor on wednesday. we'll continue to bring you these updates on abc7news.com. again, we are getting some more and we're working to confirm that now. in the north bay the rain brings concern of flooding in the kincade fire burn zone. >> the kincade fire burned 78,000 acres over two weeks in october. the scar zones are especially vulnerable to heavy rains. some residents spent yesterday clearing out storm drains and gutters. officials say they should be prepared for mud slides, debris flows or power outages.
they advise you keep your phones charged so you can get emergency alerts. caltrans crews are racing against the incoming storm by placing barriers along part of u.s. highway 101. workers also placed sandbags along the highway to keep it from flooding again. officials hope to avote a repeat of this, wednesday's flooding when drivers were left stranded as 101 was closed in both directions south of sal leainas >> you can use live doppler 7 on our abc7 news app. download it for free right now and enable push alerts to get weather advisories on your phone or tablet. a woman is recovering after getting pinned under a muni metro train in front of oracle park. >> this happened at 11:00 last night at 3rd and king street. rescue crews had to lift the train to get her out. abc7 news reporter lauren
martinez is there now. lauren? >> reporter: reggie and kumasi, everything is clear now. investigators were here until 4:00. it happened in the m osswalk b the island. police say a woman was hit just before 11:00 p.m. she was pinned under the train. the train did stop. the fire department had to come in and bring heavy equipment to get her out. right now she is with family. she's at san francisco general hospital. police are trying to determine why she was there. was she trying to walk? they know she wasn't pushed. they say this was all an accident, but muni service is running as usual. when i came into work at 3:00 this morning the train was here, so they were here for quite some time trying to figure out what happened. reporting live in san francisco, lauren martinez, abc7 news.
yet another projectile hit a vehicle on highway 101. the latest incident happened last night in monterey county in prunedale. there have been 47 cases of projectiles hitting cars in the area since february. this is video from an accident last month. chp is investigating these incidents. a barber on the mend after police say a customer crashed into him. the new photos he sent from his hospital room. and also a tradition that dates back almost two decades, when you can check out the holiday train. and even before the rain starts, we have the potential for wind damage starting at 10:00 today through 7:00 tomorrow morning. and flooding across the north bay starting at 4:00 today through 4:00 tomorrow sarah's last tuition payment, sent off. feeling good? oh yeah. now i'm ready to focus on my project.
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we have scattered fog in the north bay through the morning commute. look for the showers to arrive after the lunch hour and become steady after the 3:00 hour. in san francisco, a chance of light showers from 11:00 to 3:00. then the heavier rain after the 4:00 hour. in the peninsula, looking quiet most of the day. temperatures in the mid 60s notice when the rain gets to you at 5:00 and 7:00 we drop down to about 60 degrees. in the east bay, random showers
possible, mostly cloudy and mid 60s by 3:00. better chance of rain at 3:00 with the heaviest rain from 5:00 on. in the east bay valleys, pretty quiet. 5:00 on you'll have your best chance of wet weather and down in the south bay, pretty drew through 3:00, maybe even 5:00, the end of the commute it gets wet and windy. back to that breaking news in pensacola, florida. we told you about the active shooter situation there. this is where it is on the panhandle in florida. i want to bring you to the u.s. navy's twitter fooe eter feed. they said about 20 minute ps minutes ago that the area was on lockdown, and now the active shooter is deceased. unknown number of people injured or being transferred to hospitals now. the associated press is reporting that 10 people have been transferred to local
hospitals. we will wait for further confirmation from the u.s. navy on that. that's what's happening at this moment. we will continue to update this breaking and developing story here on abc7 news and abc7news.com. this morning, antioch police are still looking for a woman accused of running over a barber and it happened after a dispute over a hair cut. 63-year-old brian martin underwent surgery yesterday for injuries that he suffered when he was hit by the car. this is a picture that brian sent us from his hospital room to let his customers and friends know he is on the mend. martin says that he just finished cutting the hair of one of ruby delgadillo's sons and she seemed uneasy about something but left the shop. 20 minutes later he said she came back, showed him a scratch on her son's neck and started cursing. he said he followed her out. that's when he watched them climb into her car. >> she's flipping me off, screaming f-u, and she put that thing in drive and floored it.
what she did was wrong. there may be some emotional problem she has. the kid shouldn't have to pay a price for this. >> yesterday martin posted this on facebook, it says in part pray for it the lady who hit me. she has two young boys with her. nancy pelosi getting a lot of attention this morning, what she says a hhe it comes to w hee hoping that there won't be too many delays because of the good morning. there was an active shooter situation in pensacola, florida. the naval air base, active
shooter opened fire. it appears there have been several reports that nine people have been taken to the hospital. the shooter has been taken down at the naval air station in pensacola, the home of the navy blew anchogels. i want to bring in martha raddatz for that. the second naval attack in two weeks, martha. >> reporter: there was a sailor accused in the attack in pearl harbor in honolulu, hawaii. they've been on alert for a shooting like this. we have no idea whether there was any connection at all. it may be coincidental. there are about 20,000 people at that air station, about 16,000 families and military and the others are contractors there. think of this as a real community. it is where air training happens. it is the home of the blue angels but almost every aviator
gets trained there, and air crew. >> martha, thanks. the navy is responding right now. they put out a tweet that i want to put on the screen right now. the active shooter is deceased. one additional fatality has been confirmed. unknown number of injured people being transferred to local hospitals. stephen ganyard, you were an aviator yourself. as martha said, this is the home. famous blue angels. >> it is, george. it's where all naval and marine aviators start their careers. it's also where naval flight officers and naval officers who are going to fly airplanes go for their officer candidate selection. it's a unique base in that it's almost all exclusively for training so there's a vpution, e were civilian casualties involved in this shooting. >> 16,000 military personnel on the base, 7400 civilians on the base as well. steve, we have seen these situations unfold as we said this week at other military
bases as well. any way in that kind of environment to be completely secure? >> probably not, george. there are restrictions on bringing weapons on board any military bases but they've been loosened in recent years so it's very much like being out in the civilian world. people have a gun and they want to commit an act of violence, it's very difficult to stop. >> that is live video you're seeing from pensacola, florida. a huge reaction from local police and the atf. apparently it unfolded around 7:00 a.m. local time this morning. the active shooter situation began then, shots heard around the neighborhood. the base went into lockdown immedi lockdown immediately. as we've said, we now know that there's at least one other confirmed fatality, several injured right now at local hospitals. martha, this is going to hit that naval community so hard. >> so hard. and let's remember ft. hood. there were two shootings, two
massive shootings on the ft. hood army base. military personnel are well aware that this could happen and they could some time be targeted. the information i'm getting is that this was in a training building of some sort. my source did not know whether it was for air crew or for aviators but it was described to me as a training school type building. i'm not saying children. it was not a children's school. it was a training building of some sort but of course this is very early information and everyone is trying to gather as much as they can at this point. to steve's point also, i think people always think, oh, people are armed on these military bases but they are not supposed to be except for security personnel. it is highly likely that it was a security personnel who shot, the active shooter. >> the response was swift. our chief justice correspde piermas is joining us by phone as well. we saw that massive police
presence, pierre, the atf, federal atf responding as well. atf is there to give support. i suspect the fbi, secret service will be involved as well. george, these incidents, men, women showing up with weapons and killing people in public places is becoming a national problem in the sense that we're seeing more and more of them. you just had the incident in hawaii just a few days ago at pearl harbor facility. law enforcement knows that this has now become a phenomenon in which people know that there are these public places they could show up and do such harm and they're trying to do studies to figure out how to prevent these type of activities, what more can we learn as people are descending towards this level of violence. it is a huge issue. i also am being given guidance that the justice department is monitoring the situation very closely. again, this is a military base. that strikes a lot of concern with law enforcement here,
george. >> sure does. a sick and sad sign of our times. active shooting situation in pensacola, florida. the shooter is dead. 15 casualties being treated right now at local hospitals. we're going to go back to our regular program. for many of you that is "good morning america." we're tra it's so strange we had two of these shootings on military facilities in one week. so, we'll be watching to see what develops. we don't know why the pearl harbor shooting happened. this case is too early to know as well. as soon as we get more information we'll pass that along to you. that active shooter was killed in pensacola. >> 15 people we know taken to local hospitals. we'll give you more information as soon as we get it. now let's check in with
>> it is quiet here in the east bay our east bay neighborhoods. some parts of the north bay. in the south bay, it's quiet. a little sunshine to start the day. it will become windy, cloudy and stormy. a 2, moderate on the scale. a 2 tomorrow also. starting sunday, a prolonged period of dry weather on the way. low to mid 60s today. comfortable temperatures in the afternoon. where it rains up around lake port, yucaipa, temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. tonight, a bit of a break in the coverage and intensity except in mendocino county. temperatures will be mild with a low to even a few upper 50s when we wake up tomorrow morning. a few random showers out ahead of this. by 3:00, steady rain in the north bay. by 7:00, the downpours are moving in across the part of he the bay. here is that bit of a break
at:00. look at the potential for thunderstorms and heavier downpours with those reds moving through the heart of the bay. exiting during the evening. scattered showers will linger heading into sunday morning. by 8:00, we're starting to see a bit of a drying trend. we'll keep a 1 in the forecast for sunday morning. sunday afternoon is dry as will monday, tuesday, wednesday and thursday. be ready. there's going to be a lot of water, 1 to 4 inches falling on us in the next 36 hours. let's get over to jobina. >> good morning. we are starting off with a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights came on at 5:15. the cash lanes are empty for the most part, which is nice. everything else is stacked up. once you head on to the bridge, it's a smooth ride into san francisco. moving over to the san mateo bridge, things are filling in but moving as people head westbound towards the peninsula, eastbound direction looking great. want to check in on our drive times. tracy to dublin, 38-minute ride. a little slowdown in the usual
slow spot. dublin to mission boulevard, 16 minutes. highway 101 to cupertino, 16 minutes as well. i want to let you know about mass transit alert. a new service on smart train for larkspur and downtown novato. it begins saturday, december 14th. this is the first new track added since mart train started in 2017. the project cost $55 million. should be nice. >> thanks. nancy pelosi is getting a lot of attention for pushing back after a reporter asked if she hates the president. >> this is about the constitution of the united states and the facts that lead to the president's violation of his oath of office. as a catholic, i resent you're using the word "hate" in a sentence that addresses me. i don't hate anyone. i was raised in a way that was a heart full of love and always
pray for the president. >> pelosi told a reporter not to mess with her. taylor swift's christmas gift. why her fans are buzzing this morning. and as you get your day into gear, a live look outside at the embarcadero. the ferry building is lit up and the bay bridge. we'll be right back. and it's an exiting night of college football on abc7. we're carrying the pac-12 title game between the utes and the oregon ducks. a utah win could vault them into the college football playoffs if they're ranked in the top four on sunday.
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quarters of an inch for livermore, san jose, everybody else an inch to three inches. the international space station is about to receive quite the delivery. >> zero. engine ignition, liftoff of the falcon 9. >> spacex launched three tons of supplies to the station yesterday. they do include some holiday gifts for the astronauts along with so-called mighty mice. these are rodents manipulated to enhance their muscle growth. they'll help scientists understand how to limit muscle and bone loss in humans during space travel. this morning taylor swift's new christmas song and video already has more than 2 million views since being released last night. ♪ merry christmas ♪ baby, baby merry christmas >> mm-hmm. swift released christmas tree form at 9:00 p.m. our time.
the video features actual home videos from her childhood. is this all that happens in this song? >> merry christmas, merry christmas. jingle jingle. >> mariah carey would never. apparently swift grew up on a pennsylvania christmas tree farm. reuters reports that swift released the new song four days after writing it. this weekend cal trains glittering holiday train returns to the tracks. more than 75,000 lights decorate the train. it will visit nine caltrain stations between san francisco and santa clara between saturday and sunday night. you can take photos with frosty, rudolph and santa's elves. in return, you're asked to bring a new unwrapped toy to the holiday train toy drive. that event starts at 4:00 p.m. coming up at 6:30 -- >> the storm is headed our way.
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this morning. a gunman at the naval air station in pensacola is dead and another perso died. several others are wounded at the hospital. jobina fortson is tracking the developments at the live desk. an update in a moment. good morning. we'll get to that story, more information in a moment. first let's start with weather. we are set to get soaked this weekend, not one but two storms are on the way. meteorologist mike nicco is here with our accuweather forecast. good morning. >> good morning. hi, everybody. here's live doppler 7. i got our tower cam on san rafael looking south on 101. you can see some fog developing here. let's zoom out and show you what's going on in the east bay neighborhoods. it's really thick, especially around walnut creek. a couple hundred yards of visibility. that's it. it will be around for the entire morning commute. mother nature pumping too much
moisture into the atmosphere this morning. keeping it mild, also that dangerous fog. it will become mostly cloudy, a little breezy by noon, 60 to 64. random showers are at 4:00. still mild. that number two storm, moderate is unleashing wind, rain and heavy at times on a lot of the bay area by 7:00. i'll have more on that coming up. breaking news at the live desk now. we're starting with a map of pensacola, florida. i want to show you this is the area we're following this active shooter information. we know that at least two people including the shooter are dead. many more are hurt after the shooting here at the military base. want to try to bring up some video we're getting here. it really is such a fluid situation here. authorities responded to the active shooter situation this morning at the naval air base located in pensacola, florida, which is on the florida panhandle. right now it's unknown exactly
how many people are injured. abc news is reporting that at least nine patients were admitted to the hospital. six patients were taken to a trauma center at another hospital. the naval base is on lockdown right now. this is the second shooting at a naval base this weekend. on wednesday a sailor at pearl harbor opened fire on three civilian employees killing two. we're staying on top of this story, we're posting the latest information on our website, abc7news.com. "gma" will have an update at 7:00 a.m. you have some time, not a lot of it, but a few hours to get ready sto hitting amy hollyfield is live in pinole with those details. >> good morning. this is a good weekend to stay local. if you want to go to the sierra, hop on the freeway now. later today you will need to stay in the bay area and avoid the sierra.
the roads look okay now. there's some snow, but they'll soon be getting much more snow. they are expecting gusty winds, heavy snow, they think the roads will be difficult if not impossible to pass. we talked to someone in the bay area this morning. he works outside. he says he is hoping to get inside by this afternoon. >> trying to get off work before the rain comes, pulling the dumpsters is horrible. will not be in tahoe, definitely. we'll stay inside, company christmas party, try to drive safe. that's about it for me. >> sounds good. in the north bay, residents have been asked to get ready for the rain. people have been telling us they've been clearing gutters and storm s will be keeping a close eye on the kincade fire burn area. they will be looking out for slides. residents need to be a part of
the preps and be aware. people saying they will just make plans to stay in. reporting live from pinole, amy hollyfield. abc7 news. >> thank you. you're looking live at san francisco international airport. sfo's biggest carrier, united airlines, is waiving fees for passengers who cancel or change flights scheduled for today or tomorrow because of the storm. if you're traveling check with your airline for the latest on flight delays and cancellations. you can track the next storm for yourself with the same live doppler 7 that mike nicco uses. you can enable push alerts to get weather advisories on your phone or tablet. lafayette police arrested two people for several home invasion robberies over the past two months. 22-year-old joseph wells and 20-year-old adama diop both from fairfield are suspects of four
home invasions in oakland on october 29th, in lafayette on october 31st. in benicia on november 10th and again on november 26th. police are still considering the possibility of another suspect. the d.a.'s office will decide whether to file charges against the two arrested suspects. airbnb is taking more steps to crack down on parties and problem guests. it's banning open invite parties. those are ones that allow anyone to attend and are typically advertised on social media. this move comes weeks after a deadly shooting at an airbnb rental in orinda on halloween night. five people were killed in that incident. uber is out with its long-awaited first safety report and the results are sobering. the report details incidents that affected drivers and riders during uber's 1.3 billion rides in the u.s. last year. 3,045 sexual assault reports were reported, 58 people were killed in crashes, 9 people were murdered.
uber's chief legal officer says the company's findings are still difficult to stomach. san jose police are asking for information about three armed robberies of u.p.s. trucks and they all happened two days this week. you can see on this map where each of the crimes took place on tuesday and wednesday nights. the most recent was at 8:45 wednesday night near war admiral avenue and snow drive. police say in all three cases two suspects were wearing ski masks. they approached a truck and demanded the driver open the door. they took several packages and then drove away in a newer block honda sedan. the union school district in san jose is warning parents after several middle school students needed medical attention after taking prescription drugs. the school district emailed parents that a small handful of students at dartmouth middle school may have taken medications prescribed to other members of their family. the front office staff contacted
the fire department and the students received medical attention. parents of the children involved have been contacted. a b.a.r.t. director is calling for an audit of b.a.r.t. police citations. abc7 news was at the board meeting in oakland yesterday when b.a.r.t. director janis lee says staff should look at the ethnicity of people cited. you may remember this, a b.a.r.t. police officer arrested a man last month for eating a sandwich on the platform. he filed a lawsuit accusing officers of racial profiling. the examiner reports that b.a.r.t. police issued 55 citations in the last five years for eating and drinking at b.a.r.t. stations. of those, 80% were issued to people of color. >> breaking news in pen s is in florida. at least two people including the shooter are dead. there was a shooting at the navy base there. authorities responded to that active shooter situation this morning shortly after 7:00 a.m. eastern time. right now it's unclear how many people are injured.
abc news is reporting that nine patients were admitted to a nearby hospital. six patients were taken to a trauma center at another hospital. the naval base is on lockdown. this is the second shooting at a naval base this week. on wednesday a sailor at pearl harbor opened fire on three civilian employees kylie in kil people and turning the gun on himself. for the latest head over to abc7news.com. >> thanks. coming up, the investigation into this muni incident that blocked the road by oracle park for hours. what we learned about the woman who got pinned. >> right now looking live at the big board at the new york stock exchange. starting up this morning 235 points. another update on how the markets are doing coming up next. ♪ >> a once in a lifetime experience for these local second graders. they redid a lizzo song at school and they just got the chance to meet the star herself.
>>pictures are cool. first we'll talk to mike about the rain we're getting. don't be fooled, when you walk out the door this morning it will seem like things are totally fine. >> you may notice it's humid for us, a little mild. things will change rapidly heading into the afternoon hours. other than the fog, we're doing good this morning. storm impact scale is a 2, moderate for heavy rain at times not only today but tomorrow. flooding and damaging winds are a possibility as are a chance of thunderstorms. let's jump in, north bay, you're quiet through the 11:00 hour. we have a chance of scattered showers through 3:00 where the steadiest of the rain moves in. al san francisco, some random showers possible from 11:00 to 3:00. steady heavier rain from 5:00 to 7:00. the peninsula is quiet all day. mostly cloudy up to 3:00. your chance of showers at 5:00. steadier by 7:00. for the east bay, almost the same.
3:00, scattered, 5:00 fl valleys, we have that thick fog through 10:00 in moth morning, steady light rain at 5:00, heavier rain at 7:00. south bay will be dry after the 6:00 hour. we'll talk about how much to expect coming up. how is the commute? >> we have one lane blocked on southbound 880 before 29th avenue. started out as a stall with one car involved there, the other person didn't see it and hit that car. it sounds like there may be no injuries involved there. let's look at the richmond-san rafael bridge. things are beginning to stack up there as people head over. the drive time is not bad across which is good to see. live look at emeryville, this is 80 looking good. drive times quickly before we
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foggy concerns for our kids, bus stops hard to see them, walking to school a chance of showers by the end of the day. low to mid 50s now, low to mid 60s later. damaging wind possible 10:00 this morning through 7:00 saturday morning. we have the possibility of damaging flooding. not as foggy on the san mateo bridge. wet conditions during the evenings will plague all of our commutes. that wet weather will turn to snow heading to the sierra. head up there now. once the snow starts, it will be really heavy saturday and sunday. we'll have a bluebird snow damond. t day monday. developing news, a woman is recovering after getting pinned under a muni metro train. it happened in front of oracle
park. rescue crews had to lift the train to get her out. abc7 news reporter lauren martinez has more from the scene. >> reporter: reggie and kumasi, everything is running smoothly now. officers and investigators were here until 4:00 this morning trying to figure out what happened. apparently a woman was pinned under a train. it happened just before 11:00 p.m. the fire department came and brought in heavy equipment to get her out. apparently she's okay. she's with family, she was sent to san francisco general hospital. police say they are trying to determine why she was there. was she walking across? she wasn't pushed, so this appears to just be an accident. muni is now running smoothly.
new office space is coming to westville center in san francisco. >> the 7th and 8th floors of nordstroms will be converted into offices. the floors total about 50,000 foot feet of space. look at the new york stock exchange. we're up about 269 points this morning. three bay area companies are among the fastest growing brands of 2019. door dash is number one, postmates, based in the city is number three. redwood city based impossible foods is number four. look at the top five. white claw, venmo also on the list. the increase and the share of consumers was looked at saying they would buy from the brand over the course of the next year. >> remember when i was hating on white claw? >> you. were
>> then i had it, i was like white claw is everything. you clocked me for it. >> i did, because you're like it's so basic. >> here i am. >> here you are looking for it in the store. >> that's how it goes. to a heart warming story that many of you have been watching on abc7news.com. >> so great. a little boy invited his entire kindergarten class to his adom sh adoption hearing. >> one, two, three -- [ cheers ] >> that's michael clark jr. surrounded by all his friends yesterday. each of his classmates waving those little heart signs they made. they introduced themselves and told the judge in the courtroom why they were there. the courtroom erupted with applause after michael and his new parents banged the gavel making the adoption official. here's the cutest part. he said afterwards, i love my daddy. >> i know. his dad couldn't keep it together. >> how could you when you hear that? >> he looked genuinely happy. >> they were all meant to be
together. to the south bay, lizzo hit the stage at s.a.p. center last night. >> there were a few special guests in the crowd. ♪ >> abc7 first introduced you to the class when they rewrote the lyrics to the song "truth hurts" by lizzo. their video made quite a bit of attention. they were even on "good morning america." 99.7 now provided tickets to the concert and made the meet and greet possible with lizzo last night. >> wanting to go to her and look in her eyes and say thank you. thank you. you don't know how many of us are watching you, these kids. she's having an impact on us. >> our cameras were not allowed in during the group's meet and greet with lizzo, but we got these pictures because peoples parents are the best.
they knew we wanted to see. how awesome. >> we were all hoping it would happen. it happened faster than i thought. >> to have two back-to-back nice stories. the little boy, then them. >> that was nice. >> warm thoughts as we head into the weekend. until you come to me. >> right? >> it's nice to see lizzo embrace being a role model, too. that's fantastic. this was me at the local auto parts store. i know you were look at this going what is that? these are used windshield wiperers and packs of new windshield wipers. people are definitely paying heed to the rain out there as i was and buying new wipers. >> caught my eye. i thought it was funny. here's 880 at coliseum. no fog this morning. first wave of the storm arrives today. second punch hits us tomorrow. they are both 2, a moderate on the storm impact scale. dry on sunday and continuing through next week. temperatures today with a nice southerly fetch of moist air, humid air for us.
low to mid 60s out there. tonight, a break unless you're up in mendocino county or down in the santa cruz mountains. look at tonight, low to upper 50s. one-two punch. here's the first punch, moving ashore in the north bay. the second punch, the swirling mass of clouds that moves through tomorrow. a better chance of thunderstorms with that. here we are at noon. a few random showers are out ahead of it. by 7:00, you can see the steady, heavy rain up in the north bay, moving through the rest of us during the evening hours. a little bit of a break tomorrow morning. then you can see as we head through the day tomorrow, the more intense showers and thunderstorms, the better chance of ponding on the roadways. but look what happens. by 9:00, it's becoming more scattered. by sunday, it's gone. at least in the afternoon hours. check out monday, tuesday, and wednesday. the commute will be so much easier then. how about this morning? here's jobina. >> good morning. we have an issue in oakland, two-car crash here. this is southbound 880 before 29th avenue. we understand that the chp is running a traffic break there.
the speeds are down to about 9 and 32 miles per hour in some spots. it's going to be slow, stop and go as you make your way through there. one lane is blocked right now. really foggy start to the morning in walnut creek. look at that. you can hardly make out the taillights as people move further south. we have not seen any issues on the road there, which is great. san jose, 280, live look here. also nice live look at the clouds as the sun comes up this morning. >> all right. thanks. pat sajak says he is on the mend. he has been away from taping the show after surgery for a blocked intestine. sajak tweeted yesterday i'm happy to say i'm back in studio taping today. it's been four weeks since my episode, but it feels longer. nice to be back. current episodes you may be watching we shot before he went into the hospital. starting next week, vanna white will be hosting wheel for its two-week secret santa holiday giveaway promotion. this morning she is talking about her reaction when she was
asked to fill in as host. she spoke with t.j. holmes about sajak's emergency surgery. >> what were those moments like? >> it was terrible. you never know what will happen. >> she said no way at first when asked to host but she did it. next week vanna white will be hosting for the first time on her 37 years in the show. she had some disney friends
welcome back. whether you're just joining us or heading out the door, here's 7 things to know before you go. breaking news a shooting at a naval base in pensacola, florida killed at least one person. authorities say the shooter is also dead and many others have been hurt. >> number two, live doppler 7 is already tracking our number 2 moderate storm on our storm impact scale and fog, look at walnut creek, an issue this morning before becoming brez zi breezy by noon. number three, in the north bay, people in santa rosa say they have been clearing their gutters and storm drains and picking up free sandbags. official also keep a close eye on the areas that burned in the kincade fire looking for the
possibility of slides. number four, we have an issue in oakland, a two-car rash on southbound 880 before 29th avenue. injuries have been reported. speeds are down to about 9 and 32 miles per hour. >> number five, a woman is recovering after getting pinned under a muni metro train in front of oracle park. it happened just before 11:00 last night at 3rd and king street. number six, uber's first safety report has been released. the company says more than 3,000 sexual assaults were reported in 2018. 58 people were killed in crashes. 9 people were murdered. uber points out that this is out of 1.3 billion rides. number seven, the save for the holidays santa paws adopt-a-thon kicks off this weekend. the san francisco spca is teaming up for the event at rescue row at 16th and alabama
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