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a record turnout at this bay area gun show that continues later today at the cal palace. what is motivating so many buyers. near record cold outside our doors. i'll have your numbers coming up. the number of flu cases in the bay area on the rise. how health care workers are trying to protect themselves
and how some nurses nation-wide have lost their jobs. and a thrilling victory for niners fans as the team advances. we'll show highlights from the big win over the packers. and good morning, everybody welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, january 13th i'm brian flores. >> and i'm claudine wong. if you thought it was cold yesterday morning, welcome to today. it's freezing out there. let's check in with rosemary. >> you said it. anywhere from two to three to six degrees warmer. frost advisory from the bay area. the freeze warning for our inland areas and when we say 20s i'm talking low 20s in some areas. santa rosa reporting a little bit of freezing fog this morning it is bone chills in some cases. we'll have a look at it for
this hour coming up. happening now day two of a huge gun show is about to get under way at the cal palace. the event comes in amist of a contention gun control debate. alex savidge is live. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the organizers of this event tells ktvu he's never seen crowds this big. he expects the same thing here today at the cal palace as this event continues. day two. folks already lining up this morning to get into the cross roads of the west gun show. the doors open here at 9:00 this morning. this was the scene yesterday as hundreds of people turned out. gun enthusiasts are motivated to buy because they are worried aboutish creased gun -- about increased fun control measures. later on this week the vice president will release a series of recommendations to reduce
gun violence including universal background checks. >> politicians are looking to piggy back on this event to further impede the rights of the american people. second amendment rights and their legal and lawful gun ownership. these people are voting by coming out. >> reporter: now because california has a ten-day waiting period for gun sales you won't see anybody leaving the show with the new firearms. people were stocking up on ammunition here. there is no limit on the number of bullets someone can buy. coming up how one bay area lawmaker is taking aim at ammunition sales trying to tighten the rules and how that proposal is driving business at gun shows like this one.
for now we are live in daly city. >> that gun show comes as marin county gets ready for its first buy back. they will also collect violent video games and if there is money left they will pay $5-$10 for those. the program is not limited to marin county residents. people who live in san francisco, sonoma, and contra costa counties can also participate. the buy back is on tuesday. here's a look at the collection sites. in other news the 49ers new quarterback has put them back in the nfc championship. >> second down and fourth. kaepernick fooled everybody. collin kaepernick what a game. >> that pretty much sums it up. he had an amazing game. he ran for 181 yards last night at candle stick. setting a record for an nfl
quarterback. he rushed for two touchdowns. passed for 262 yards as san francisco beat green bay 45-31. >> it's a lot easier on me when other people are making plays. our offensive line came out and dominated up front. >> kaepernick playoff debut put his team within one win. frank gore also ran for 100 yards. niner fans couldn't be more thrilled. the parking lot at candle stick park was full of cheering tailgaters as they exited the stadium. we talked to fans about their big win. >> niners number one. >> awe man it was scary in the beginning. i was worried about it.
in the end i pulled it out. >> fans got a little too rowdy. san francisco police gave us a run down of unruly fans. there were two dui arrests physical lowing the game. and police arrested two people for breaking into a car. and more than 60 people needed medical help. the 49ers will find out today if they will host seattle or will have to travel to atlanta. the fox pregame show begins at 9:00 a.m.. then stay tuned for the ot at 1:00 p.m.. flu could be wide spread in california in a week. one bay area hospital is seeing an increase in cases. kizer perm then they energy rooms are packed from patients suffering from both flu and
rsv. hospital workers are giving out masks try to stop the spread of germs. >> they said it's important you put these on because the flu is so wide spread right now. health officials say there is still time to get a flu shot. some bay area pharmacies are offering free vaccines for children through the end of the month. refusing to get a flu shot has caused some hospital workers their job. at least 15 nurses and hospital staff nation-wide have been fired in the last two months for refusing to get the vaccine. some say they have allergies and others claim religious objections. health care workers in san francisco are required to get a flu shot or wear a mask. in new york governor andrew has declare claireed a public health emergency because of the flu. that comes after 25,000 cases of flu were reported in that
state. 20 children nation-wide have died of the flu. including two children in new york state. time is 7:07. another outbreak of the nora virus has hit the bay area. dozens of students from burton valley elementary school have fallen ill. they spent the weekend cleaning and disinfecting the campus. it comes after two elderly people died over the holidays. your time is 7:07. and just when i think it can't get any colder i wake up and the next morning it is. >> it is a little bit colder. i know you warned us. when i walked outside today i had to scrape all the windshields. >> you know it's cold when your car starts talking to you. it's cold out there this morning in napa. the airport tying a record for
low temperatures. we're talking low to mid 20s in some areas. giving you a live look there. it's a beautiful start to the day. mostly clear skies. official sunrise right about 7:20, 7:25 so it's already on the way. nice golden hugh there. a little bit of patchy fog in santa rosa. because it's so cold, freezing fog definitely a possibility. that means super cool, cool drops that if it does land on anything that is frozen, any roadways or bridges or anything like that, it could ice up a little bit. take it easy. mid 20s in napa. 24 santa rosa. tying a record here. 27 concord. 25 in livermore. 29 for you san jose. waking up below freezing you're included in the freeze warning. alistening the peninsula 39 san francisco. this looks to be the warmer spot. san francisco is holding on to 40 degrees up until a half hour or 45 minutes ago. 33 in redwood city. mountain view and palo alto you can bet you are freezing.
frost advisory for the bay area lasting until 8:00 this morning. the freeze warning for our inland locations north, east, and south as i showed you a moment ago looking at and filling the wide-spread 20s. pacific satellite view not a lot of change going on. still within this pattern. the north westerly and northerly flow remains over the state. we have a trough to the east. ridge of high pressure to the west. in fact, it is so -- it goes way up toward alaska. this ridge is eventually going to nudge our way. going to bring our temperatures up. but we will remain with this cold spell. especially for the overnight hours. in a nutshell we are mostly clear. freezing this morning. our afternoon a near repeat of what we felt yesterday. cool and dry in our extended forecast. a gradual warmup as we get into tuesday and wednesday. 49-degrees expected this afternoon in vallejo. low 50s san francisco. upper 40s for concord.
hayward you are looking at upper 40s. 48 degrees for the afternoon. 51 san jose. low 50s in santa cruz. i was out doing shopping a lot of people outdoors. doesn't feel so bad once we get into the afternoon. as we get into monday tomorrow morning going to be just as cold as we get off to work. the kids off to school. be prepared for that. afternoon highs nudging upwards tuesday, wednesday into the 60s at this point. we'll leave in that nice little warming trend all the way through thursday. overnight lows will gradually bump up as well to near freezing by wednesday and into the low to mid 30s on thursday. today marks the first anniversary of the costa concordia cruise ship disaster. survivors of -- there will also be a moment of silence at the
exact moment it hit. >> i couldn't sleep much last knight. thinking it was going to be that moment. >> the wreckage of the ship is still in the water. it was supposed to be towed to show early this year but now that is not going to happen until september because officials say they need to come up with more money for that operation which is expected to cost $530 million. time now 7:11. police in san diego shoot a suspect in a movie theater. hear what frightened movie goers did as it unfolded and why police say they had to fire their weapons. the lockout is officially over. when the sharks will return to the ice and when tickets will go on sale. first a live look at the golden gate bridge. free and clear this morning. couple accidents on i-80 year the connector. we'll keep you updated.
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good morning, to you. a live look forward as far as. mostly clear and cold if you will be outdoors early this morning. maybe consider the thermals. overnight news one person was killed and three others were hurt in a roll over crash in napa county. officials say the single car crash happened on wild horse valley road around 1:40 this morning. one person was pronounced dead at the scene. three others were taken to the hospital. the pilot of a small plane is lucky to have escaped injury after making a hard landing in san mateo county. the single engine aircraft landed yesterday without its landing gear down. the 56-year-old pilot was
flying to san carlos. the airport briefly closed as they moved that plane off the runway. an autopsy will be performed on a man found dead in sonoma county. workers found the body of 30- year-old lou luis gomez. sheriffs deputies says he was a transient and could have climbed in the recycling bin to get out of the cold. just hours ago an egyptian court granted an appeal. the former leader of egypt ruled for 30 years until protestors demanded more freedomming and reforms drove him from office. bill clinton was in haiti to commemorate three years after that deadly quake. he attended a memorial.
the country is still recovering as more than 350,000 people are displaced from their homes and still living in camps. former president george h.w. bush might be released from the hospital soon. his son former florida governor jeb bush said he may go home tomorrow. the president was admitted to methodist hospital for bronchitist in november and put in intensive care for a fever. a san diego police officer shot and injured a man in a movie theater. it happened yesterday afternoon in caramel mountain ranch. the suspects girlfriend called police and said her boyfriend had threatened her with a gun. police say the suspect ran into the movie neater to try to hide but was found and confronted by police. >> they checked the back door that was locked but they didn't talk to us. i knew that wasn't a good sign. and then all of a sudden i heard two shots and i went to
the floor. >> officers say they shot the suspect after he reached for a gun. the theater was evacuated and no one else was hurt. we're learning more about the victim and gunman in last week's school shooting near bakersfield. victim bo cleveland is a junior. he is in a medically induced coma in critical and stable condition. they will announce charges against oliver tomorrow. internet activist and cofounder of san francisco based sports died he committed suicide in his apartment yesterday. he was considered an internet prodigy who at 14 years old --
he was 26 years old. oracle says a fix for a security flaw in its popular java software will be available in the new future. the announcement comes after the department of homeland security took the up usual step of recommending computer users uninstall the software. it appears hackers have been exploiting a flaw and installing malicious programs. the glitch only effects java 7 software. meg whitman made more than $15 million during her first full year as ceo of hewlett pack pack packard. she took over in september of 2011. the treasury department says it will not be minting a special trillion dollar coin to get around the debt.
the treasury department however says the law does not allow it to make a coin for that purpose. san jose sharks will be back at practice after the lockout is over. attorneys completed an official memo of understanding between players and owners last night. teams will get six days of practice before the 48 game season begins next saturday. here's a look at the shark schedule. the team will start off in calgary next sunday the 20th. then they play in ed monoton. the last game of the regular season will be saturday april 27th in los angeles. tickets for individual games go on sale on wednesday. mayor of sacramento says he can raise the money needed to keep the kings from moving to seattle. kevin johnson told usa today he's working with billionaires ron burke l and mark to raise
$425 to $450 million. this comes after a seattle based group led by steve bomber and steve hanson are trying to buy the kings. it could be a big night for steven spielberg at the golden globe. spielberg lincoln is nominated for seven golden globes. ben affleck argo are both nominated for five awards. comedians tina fey and amy will host the ceremony. your new miss america is miss new york. >> drew: there she is miss new york has won the title of miss america. 23-year-old mallory hagan took top honors in the beauty pageant last night after tap dancing to james brown and answered the question about whether armed guards belong in
school. she defeated notable contestants. time now 7:21. it's freezing here but it's even colder in the mountains. the new service in the sierra that may make travel a little easier. victims of super storm sandy kicked out of their hotel with nowhere else to go. who some are blaming. while we slept our temperatures tanked to near freezing even below freezing in some area. coming up i'll have a look at what you can expect this morning and a view of your sunday afternoon coming up.
welcome back to mornings on 2. a new york city woman is recovering after falling down a vault. officials say the woman was waiting for a bus on the upper east side when the sidewalk collapsed and she fell seven feet down a vault. she was rushed to the hospital where he is listed in stable condition. firefighters say weather and age may have weakened the
sidewalk. some super storm sandy victims have been asked to leave their hotel because of a preplanned convention. the ocean port spa and resort was double booked this weekend for a crab booking convention. dozens of people were staying at their home because of their homes were destroyed by sandy were asked to leave. >> we're at the mercy of their accommodation. >> i don't think it's the hotel. i think it's just really at the root of fema. >> fema spokesperson responded saying no one should be on the streets or in the cars we have alternative hotels. the managers say sandy can return after the convention is over. we haven't seen much snow in the sierra over the past few days but man it has been cold.
this is interstate 80 heading up to the tahoe area. overnight temperatures got down to negative six degrees. and today the high is only expected to get up to a balmy 28. drivers are being encouraged to prepare for black ice because of the freezing temperatures. if you are heading up to tahoe to do skiing there is a free service. a ski shuttle is taking visitors who visit the area to nine north lake tahoe results. the buses run through the weekend and designed to reduce travel headaches and get skiers and snow borders out of their cars. >> that looks like fun. when you go to work this morning all of us are like this. so cold. >> yeah it's freezing. >> rosemary when will it get warmer? >> imagine if work was outdoors. we would be miserable. if you are going to brave the cold to get out and get the fresh fruits and veggies maybe going to the farmers market, bundle up with the frost and
freeze advisories will last until 8:00. the shade of blue is the advisories. the shade of purple is the freeze warning for areas near santa rosa, novato and san rafael. this is a hard freeze warning in areas like vallejo and benicia and over fairfield. upper 20s and low 30s for you. if i scoot in over toward lafayette and san ramon, mid 20s for you this morning. how about the peninsula? san mateo low 30s. 27 degrees in palo alto. upper 20s to low 30s from san jose down into gilroy. forecasted highs for today upper 40s and low 50s. 57 san francisco. we remain in this trend. we will see just a very slight warm up for each passing day. tomorrow morning will be just as bad as this morning. as we get into tuesday and
wednesday we see the overnight lows bump up a little bit. the afternoon highs will follow the same trend. back to the desk. time now 7:27. coming up an emotional memorial for a petaluma teenager. the pledge friends and family made to prevent any other tragedy. and huge crowds expected again today for day two of a weekend gun show. here at the cal palace.
crowds and record breaking numbers get in line at a local gun show. why they say they need to stock up on their arsenals right now. i'm brian flores. >> and i'm claudine wong. the huge line of people surprised even the event organizers. alex savidge joins us live from daly city for more on day two own the reason behind -- day two and the reason behind the rush. >> reporter: large number of people showing up here at the gun show. many organizers believe it's because people are concerned about new restrictions on gun sales moving forward. we are here at the cal palace
where this event has been going on yesterday and throughout the weekend. you can see this morning already people are lined up to get inside. this is what things looked like here yesterday as hundreds of people turned out to check out the guns and ammunition up for sale. the organizers say gun enthusiasts are motivated to buy because they are worried about increased gun control measures being put into place soon following last months school massacre. there are a number of proposals right now at both the federal and state level. in fact just this past week east bay assemblywomanner nancy skinner announced a new bill at particularly regulating the sale of ammunition. it would create a justice department of registry of ammunition purchases. many gun owners are paying attention. >> they are concerned going forward about their second amendment rights. they are considered about -- concerned about the proposed ammunition regulation bill.
which has been introduced in the state assembly which can restrict their right to buy and use ammunition. >> reporter: and on a national level, later on this week the vice president will be releasing a series of recommendations to reduce fun violence including universal background checks and a ban on high capacity magazines. now because california has a ten-day waiting period for gun sales no one will be leaving this gun sale with a firearm in hand. the doors open here at the cal palace at 9:00 this morning. live this morning in daly city alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. and starting next month a program to get violent video games out of homes will start in melrose, massachusetts. people will be able to drop off violent video games and in exchange kids who participates will get rewards such as a get out of home work free coupon or gift certificate to a local store. in other news the 49ers move on in the playoffs thanks
to a historic performance by collin kaepernick. >> kaepernick will try to run and pick it up. he's got a touchdown. >> kaepernick set an nfl quarterback record with 181 yards rushing including two touchdown runs in his first ever playoff game. he also threw two touchdown passes to michael crabtree. niners defeated the green bay packers 45-41. next week they will play the winner of the sea hawks-falcons game. regame coverage begins right after mornings on 2. the 49er faithful could be heard loud and proud throughout the city. hundreds of fans cheered as the touchdowns kept on coming. many said they were a little nervous to watch young quarterback collin kaepernick lead their favorite team against former super bowl mvp rogers. >> it is epic. this is green bay niners matchup again. and it brings back memories from all the times they played
throughout the years. >> glad i was off. i got to enjoy the game with all of my friends. nothing but good taste of victory. >> it is sweet. you can walk down -- you can't walk down the street without seeing a fan sporting that red and fold. you can also see red and gold fever on downtown buildings. officials plan to shine the lights every night this week. and hopefully into the super bowl. head injuries in football are becoming more and more frequent in all ages. coming up the new technology being developed by researchers that can predict the risk of head injuries and we're not talking about a new football helmet. benefit concert for bryan stow airs tonight. it's being televised on the
comcast hometown network. donations will be accepted throughout the concert. a woman is being remembered by family and friends who have launched a new safety campaign in her memory. hundreds gathered for a memorial service for 19-year- old alyssa burn. many of the mourners wore pink which was her favorite color. >> i will remember those piercing blue eyes that radiant smile and the fact she was 110 miles an hour but she loved 110 miles an hour too. >> she went missing on new years eve and three days later her body was found in a snow bank. her death has prompted friends to start a new safety campaign asking students to never leave an unfamiliar place alone. california this morning is
joining with state ace cross the country to mark national amber alert awareness day. more than 200 amber alerts have been issued since it went into effect in 2002. the emergency message system was created in 1996 after nine- year-old amber was abducted and later found murdered. more than 600 children have been safely recovered since its inception. overnight news police are searching for suspects in the shooting of two people including an elderly woman. police were called to a home on alemany boulevard around 10:00 last night. both victims were take ton the -- taken to the hospital and are expected to survive. police in san jose have arrested the eighth and final suspect in the killing of a teen. 31-year-old joe was taken into custody on thursday in morgan hill. they say he and seven others punched and kicked reyes and
his holder brother on a basketball court. reyes' brother survived. oakland police are trying to prevent more gun violence after several shootings this weekend. two men and one woman are the latest victims. they were shot on harmon avenue around 12:45 yesterday afternoon. police say their injuries are nonlife threatening. it happened just one day after four people were shot and killed in separate shootings. three men and a 17-year-old boy were shot during a six hour period. police say the shootings are linked to ongoing feuds between several groups in the city. the violence brought out community outreach member who have a message for young people. >> they should look at this and know that no bullet has a name on it. >> so far no arrests have been made in any of the shootings. this year there have been six homicides in the city. it could be several more days before the oakland unified school district headquarters reopens. the building flooded last week after someone accidentally left
a faucet running in a custodian's closet. it caused damage to the building and some of the equipment inside. time now is 7:38. it's just cold out there today. let's go to rosemary to see when it's going to warm up. i think it will be wednesday i guess. >> yes. we're looking at a very slow warming trend as we get into the business week. for today temperatures colder than where we were yesterday by several degrees this morning. and then for the afternoon it will feel just as nice. bring along the winter coat and you should be fine. unless you have somewhere you need to be maybe hold off a couple hours until we begin to thaw out. it is a beautiful start though giving you a live look there over the bay area. we've got blue skies. we have rolling hills and they are green. haven't seen a lot of rain in january. one, two, or three days of a few light showers that has really been it for the month of january. as we know, november and december very wet. so the big chill is on this
morning. we are anywhere from 3-6-7 degrees colder than where we were 24 hours ago. the lows in the 20s. low 20s along the valley floor where that coldest air has settled in and been there for several hours. a watch and a warning continue for areas along the bay as well as our inland areas until 8:00 this morning in the valley we're looking at temperatures in the 20s. mid even low 20s over parts of the north bay. right now concord 27. 26 in areas around livermore. 29 in san jose. so north, east, and south bay valley locations with the freeze warning for the next 20 minutes or so. around the bay with exception of san francisco the frost advisory until 8:00 this morning. where we're seeing wide spread 30s. 34 in oakland. 32 in hayward. 33 mountain view. and pockets in the upper 20s. palo alto and stanford in the 20s. as we head into the north bay this is where we are seeing some of our coldest weather
settle in. 24 santa rosa. 25 in novato. 25 in napa. a little bit earlier i was looking at low 20s. the wind not helping us out. calm to very light. nothing to help stir that cold air that has stuck to the valley floor. we eventually will warm up now that the sun has been up for 20 minutes or so. it will take an hour but this is the powder we have been watching for the last few days. it remains. we have this ridge over the pacific. we have a trough off to the east. for today a lot like yesterday once we get past these cold, cold temps we'll be in the upper 40s to low 50s for the afternoon. 50 for berkeley. 50 san francisco. 49 for hayward. 49 in antioch. south bay areas looking at 51 for san jose. 50 morgan hill. 52 for santa cruz. there is your extended forecast tomorrow morning a lot of us will be out the door early including the little ones. it will be just as cold. wide spread 20s to low 30s
around the inland areas and into the bay. temperatures will warm into the low to mid 50s by tomorrow. and then that warming trend we were talking about a moment ago low 60s in the forecast for the afternoons tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. if you have to be out this morning i will show you just when i expect the temperatures to warm up. back to you. 2013 may be off to a frigid start but 2012 was off to a hot record. the average temperature for the country was just above 55 degrees last year and that is one degree higher than the previous record set back in 1998. the report also found that 2012 was the 15th driest year recorded. coming up the plans range from objections to sobering centers. why san francisco is trying to figure out how to deal with homelessness and alcohol abuse. what some angry residents
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were killed. all three worked for a utah base celtic bank. the crash happened in heavy fog. french troops are moving in toe mall lee after a french pilot was killed in a helicopter raid. the troops left from chad to help push back troops. now france is on the alert of a terrorist attack. protestors plan to mark the 11th anniversary of the guantanamo bay detention camp. they plan to read the names of the 166 prisoners being held at that prison. some people people are also planning to wear orange jump suits. similar events will be held in washington, d.c. and outside the cia headquarters in very. vallejo residents demanded more credibility after a series of officer involved shootings.
the meeting comes after ten officer involved shootings. they are looking to improve steps with the community. >> it creates angst in the community. i think this is an opportunity to open that dialogue to keep the communication going and explain what the procedures are. how we handle the investigations. >> yesterday's meeting was held in the same neighborhood where march row romero was shot and killed in his car. members of his family attended that meeting. alameda county sheriffs deputies are continuing to search for an inmate that escaped from custody on friday. 31-year-old anthony how's quince managed to slip out of his restraints while he was being transported to a doctors appointment. he was in jail on armed robbery
charges. san francisco is pitching new ways to help homeless alcoholics. one is to inject volunteers with a drug that may reduce their cravings. other plans include a so-called wet house where they continue to drink in a service that picks homeless people up and takes them to a sobering center. the idea comes after they threat a plan. researchers are trying to figure out how to prevent concussions on the football field. john takes a look at the technology already in the works to better pretect athletes of -- protect athletes of all ages and levels. >> reporter: just how violent or risky is this? this is stanford's rose bowl win. cardinal players wore high-tech motion mouth guards. >> i hope it's a game changer. i've said to myself i won't allow my kids to play the sport
of football until there is an answer. >> reporter: stanford researchers prepared two years of mouth guard data to video of this. yet brain your injuries remain unpredictable. >> we don't really understand precisely when an injury happens and what really the threshold is. >> reporter: researchers measured one game hit at an astonishing 180g. but head rotation which they also measure may be just as important. >> your brain essentially starts sloshing around in your skull. and leads to sheering motion. and we think that might be part of the injury. >> reporter: and it's not just helmet to helmet. this brutal hit to the chest in the 49ers sea hawk game caused delaney walker concussion. workers close to the development says the mouthpiece technology was offered to the nfl but the league turned it down. this week doctors revealed
junior committed suicide after he suffered irreversible brain damage. watch this. thousands maybe tens of thousands of hits to the head over the years seemingly light blows appear qumeable. >> these low level sub threshold impacts that occur over a period of time that we can measure say that could put you autorisk. they have difficulty remembering things and being able to concentrate. their interactions with people can become more angry and emotional. >> reporter: once symptoms develop there is little treatment. the same hit that one problem for one player may cause a concussion on another. >> we start thinking of injuries as a black or white thing. this is not black or white or gray. this is something totally different. >> reporter: players at all levels getting bigger and faster hits. >> all my friends and colleagues put their life on the line literally speaking
every saturday. >> >> reporter: researchers hope to find. and help develop protective changes to equipment and rules. other bay area researchers say there san individual component about 1-20 kids has a specific gene that may increase the risk of brain damage. before young athletes take to the field, bay area doctors say each of them should have a genetic test available later this month that can give friends and family information on which sports to play and when to return to play after head injury. >> napa board of supervisors is scheduled to hold a hearing tomorrow on a plan for proposed housing development up to 900 homes. disagreements over zoning and how to provide water service have delayed approval of the object. tomorrow's meeting could approve a zoning change for 63
ache ores of land. supervisors could also rezone just 20 acres or leave zoning as it is. a new power plan is scheduled to do online this june in hayward. the russell city energy center was built in an industrial area near the san mateo bridge. opponents say it's too close to shoreline trails and poses a health risk for those nearby. supporters rather say it will lessen the areas reliance on out of state power and create jobs. vallejo wants to expand its recycling program to include food scrap composting. the details are still being worked out but the service would offer weekly collections of food. if you take bart you may notice riders looking a little under dressed. and the two bay area cities among the top ten most congested cities in north america. outside our doors this
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and ways to connect. rethink possible. people from north dakota waking up to another day of shoveling after a powerful storm dumped more than a foot of snow. that was all in addition to the several inches that were already on the ground opinion heavy winds only made visibility worse and driving conditions were considered extremely dangerous. and take a look at this. officials in kentucky still trying to figure out if a tornado is all to blame for that damage. metal and glass is all that is left of a church in north hampton. luckily no one was inside that church at the time. cleanup is expected to take a week. ever thousand people -- 6,000 people set a record for the world's largest snowball fight in seattle.
162,000 pounds of snow was trucked into the seattle center for the fight which left some people comparing bruises. one woman was knocked out and unconscious but is expected to recover. they certified the record which was previously held by the republic of korea. if you're waking up this morning and laying in bed watching a little mornings on 2 you might want to stay there a little bit longer. because it's cold outside. rosemary watching the temperatures for us. >> yes, good morning to you. 20s, 30s in most cases. i can't really find any 40s out there this morning. san francisco held on to 40- degrees for a long while but last i checked about 39. by the way we were talking about truckee yesterday morning at 8 or 9 below. this morning it's 13 below freezing. that is cold. giving you a look at what we can expect at home. if you see the white, that is where we are looking at mid to upper 20s outside your door.
shades of pink wade spread 30s. i will point out palo alto, stanford, some areas near san jose in the 20s as well. so i'm not sure why the pockets are not picking up there. by 9:00 we will all be in the 30s. some of us still freezing. but 10:00 wide spread mid 30s to mid 40s. it will take us a little longer to warm up. by 11:00 low to mid to upper 20s. and then mid 40s to near 50 degrees for the afternoon here. 50 degrees for san rafael. 50 san francisco. low 50s in mountain view and san jose. your extended forecast we are still on track to see a gradual warmup. it's not going to come today and tomorrow morning will be just as cold. but as we get into the afternoon, a tad bit warmer on your monday. tuesday, wednesday is when we really begin to feel that the overnight lows will bounce back. still cold but not as cold and low 60s in the forecast for
your afternoons. back to you. today is the last day to check out one of the bay areas best car shows. the 2013 silicon valley international auto show runs through 6:00 tonight. and it features more than 400 new cars and trucks including the latest generation of electric vehicles. you are even allowed to test drive some of them. admission is $10. los angeles has been ranked the worst traffic in north america. to bay -- two bay area cities don't fall far behind. san francisco is number three. and san jose number 8 on that list. the research was done by navigation systems manufacture tom tom. if you will be taking bart today, don't be surprised if some of your fellow riders are under dressed. 600 people are expected to ride bart this afternoon without any pants. the event is scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m.. it will end at san francisco city hall with a group photo. i don't think i will be taking
set up under way this morning here add the cal palace for day two of a weekend gun show. why organizers believe a record setting number of people are turning out. and 49er fever is red hot. we'll show you the highlights from last nights game and why collin kaepernick has proven he's got what it takes opinion the flu is having a major impact rob local hospitals. where officials are seeing the biggest rising cases and what that means if you need to see a doctor. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 it is sunday, january 13th i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm brian flores. mike mibach has the day off. of course the big story today it's still cold out there. some places get into the 20s. rosemary orozco is tracking our weather. >> painfully cold in some
areas. three to six degrees colder than where we set yesterday at this time. some of our low temperatures sinking back to about 23 degrees. walnut creek and napa hit 23 degrees earlier this morning. the watches and warnings for the bay area have been allowed to expire by the national weather service. that was up until about 8:00. but again very cold out there this morning. we'll have a look at what you can expect outside your door this morning and take you into the afternoon coming up. it's 8:01. let's talk niners. the 49ers new quarterback as put them back in the nfc championship. >> second down and four. kaepernick keeps it. fooled everybody. collin kaepernick what a game. amazing run. that sums it up. what a game collin kaepernick ran for 181 yards last night. setting a record for an nfl quarterback. he rushed for two touchdowns and passed more than 263 yards and two more touchdowns as san francisco beat green bay 45-31.
>> it's a lot easier on me when other people are make plays. our offensive line came out and dominated up front. that makes it easy on the quarterback. >> well fun to watch. his playoff debut has put his team within one win of the super bowl. crabtree had 119 yards on nine passes. anephric gourd reason for 119 yards and a touchdown. and niner fans couldn't be more thrilled. that is the scene from the parking lot at candle stick park. obviously full of cheering tailgaters as they exited out that stadium. pretty excited. we did talk to them about their team's big win and couldn't help but notice a few sad cheese heads from that sea of red and gold. >> niners number one. >> oh man it was scary in the beginning. i was kind of worried about it
but in the end pulled it out. >> i know it's a little intimidating coming over here. >> some fans did get a little too rowdy. san francisco police gave us the run down of last nights unruly fans. 92 people were ejected. 25 were arrested for public intoxication. there were two dui arrests following that game. and police also arrested two people for breaking into a car. more than 60 people needed medical help. the 49ers will learn whether they host seattle at home or if they will have to travel to atlanta. you can watch it all happen right here on ktvu. the fox pregame show starts at 9:00 a.m.. and then you can watch the sea hawks face the atlanta falcons. time now 8:04. big crowds are headed to the big gun show in daly city. doors open in about an hour from now. alex savidge is joining us live now from the cal palace where people are already lined up.
alex. >> reporter: people are turning out in record numbers. according to the man in charge of this event. this is the cross roads of the west gun show. it take place here at the cal palace. setup is well under way this morning. folks from the nra setting up a tent here. beyond that you can see vendors and members of the public lined up to get inside. the doors open shortly. i want to show you what the scene looked like yesterday as hundreds checked out the gun and ammunition. organizers believe gun enthusiast are more than motivated to buy. they are worried about increased gun control measures being put into place. following last months school massacre. later on this week the vice president will release a series of recommendations to reduce gun violence including universal background checks and a ban on high capacity magazines. the organizer here didn't realize how much of an impact new gun control proposals would have. >> we knew it would be busy but we had no idea that we'd have
the kind of crowds that we have. people are turning out in record numbers. we will probably have 300% of our best crowd ever. >> reporter: and some gun enthusiast tell me they are worried as well lawmakers limiting ammunition sales. just this past week nancy skinner announced a new bill aimed at regulating a sale in california. among others ab-48 that created a record of ammunition sales. no one is leaving with a firearm in hand. live in daly city this morning alex savidge. >> thank you. that gun show comes as marin county gets ready for the first ever gun buy back this week. organizers will offer $200 for semi automatic weapons and 100
for other guns. they will collect violent video games and if there is any money left they will pay $5-$10 for those. the buy back is on tuesday. here's a look at the collection sites. they are at police headquarters in novato, san rafael, and lark spur. one state will implement a similar program. but this is for kids to sell back their video games. coming up we'll tell you why organizers say they will help you get violent video games off the street and hopefully have an impact on children. in overnight news one person was killed and three others were hurt in a roll over crash in napa county early this morning. it happened around 1:40 this morning. one person was pronounced dead at the scene. three others were take ton the hospital -- were taken to the hospital.
the two men killed in this crash yesterday morning on 880 in san jose have been identified. the santa clara county medical examiners office died when their chevy cobalt hit a bank. chp believe the driver were intoxicated and lost control. also in overnight news police are searching for suspects in the shooting of two people including an elderly woman. police were called to a home on alemany boulevard last night. when they arrived they found an 80-year-old woman and 50-year- old man with gunshot wounds. both victims were take ton the hospital and expect -- taken to the hospital and expected to survive. flu could be wide spread in hospitals in one week. emergency rooms are packed with patients suffering from both the flu and rsv. it's a respiratory virus that is aggravated by the cold weather. hospital workers are giving out
masks to try to stop the spread of germs. >> they said it's important you put this on because the flu is so wide spread right now. >> health officials say there is still time to get a flu shot which is expected to be effective against the flu strains that are circulating this year. some bay area pharmacies are offering free vaccines for children through the end of the month. refusing to get a flu shot has caused hospital workers their jobs. at least 15 nurses and other hospital staff nation-wide have been fired in the last two months for refusing to get the vaccine. some workers say they have allergies to the flu vaccine and others claim religious objectives. health care workers are required to get a flu shot or wear a mask and we'll have much more on the flu outbreak in a live report coming up at 8:40. time is 8:09. new this morning the san jose sharks begin training camp today now that the nhl lockout is over. attorneys completed an official
memo of understanding when players and owners. teams will get six days of practice before the 48 game season begins next saturday. now here's a look at the sharks schedule. the team will start off in calgary january 20th. then they play in ed monoton. tickets for individual games go on sale wednesday at 10:00 a.m.. sentence good morning, to you. it's -- good morning, to you. it's a freezing shot outside our doors. mostly clear skies. generally light winds. not helping us out. the clear conditions allow any heat we got from yesterday to flee back into the atmosphere and the wind nothing to help mix out that cold air that really settled in and along the valley floors. i do want to mention the freeze warning that continues for parts of the delta carrty these
straight. for the bay area and northeast and south bay inland valley locations. our advisories have been allowed to expire. the sacramento office has issued this. this will continue until 9:00. and it's still very, very cold out there this morning. wide spread 20s and 30s. in and around concord and livermore. 26 in concord. 28 for livermore. i mentioned walnut creek this morning. 28 in napa. napa fell to 23 degrees. i'm noticing a light breeze here. this could be helping to stir that cold air out of the area. sfo as well. a light breeze reported at sfo. sfo 41 degrees. a chilly 33 in mountain view. and below freezing in san jose. as we get into the north bay this is where we are seeing our coldest temperatures. 25 degrees still in novato and santa rosa. freezing in calistoga. as we get to the 10:00 and
11:00 hour we will feel better. a lot like what we saw yesterday. a near repeat in our numbers. satellite radar we continue with that north flow. we are mostly clear here. back it up a little bit. a little tough to tell. we do have a trough that remains to the east of us. that is what helps this flow to continue. because the ridge right over the pacific and the flow not going to change a whole lot. here's a picture of it here. the trough to the east. the ridge over our west and you can see how the flow just comes right down along the bay area. so a cool northern flow level will continue for us today. numbers a little below average for this time of year. still a beautiful day with mostly clear skies. the winds will be light if you bring along a jacket you should be in great shape. we'll continue to see areas of frost. tomorrow morning going to be just as bad as this morning. tuesday slightly better. wednesday, thursday looking better. afternoon highs for today. 49 for napa as well as vallejo. 50 degrees. upper 40s concord, hayward,
livermore, pleasanton. 48 expected for you. low 50s los gatos as well as santa cruz. the extended forecast very slow warmup as we get into tuesday, wednesday feeling better. low 60s in the forecast for your afternoon. back to the desk. your time 8:12. it's been nearly a month since the deadly school shooting in connecticut. and this morning there are big changes to the front of the school where it all happened. what is being taken down and how it will be used to honor victims in the future. your new miss america is. >> plus the new miss america is crowned. which state took home the top prize and how this year's winner plans to wear her crown for the good. let's take you outside. there is the sunol grade. you can see the sunshining there. the sun is out but it is still in the 20s and lots of places. [ mom ] dear chex cereal,
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the avalanche was somehow triggered. the man was able to locate her in the show and rescue her. she was taken to a hospital and listed in critical condition. authorities say the avalanche gear she was carrying helped save her life. we're following developing news from mountain view. firefighters on the scene of a fire at a mobile home park. that fire started 40 minutes ago near grant road. a dispatcher tells us the fire was contained to only one home and the person inside was able to get out without any injuries. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. today marks the first anniversary of the costa concordia cruise ship disaster. survivors are attending a day long commemoration. memorials will be unvailed for the 32 victims. there will also be a moment of silence at the exact moment the cruise ship struck the reef. >> i couldn't sleep.
i've been constantly thinking it's going to be exactly that moment all this happened. so you know, heart is beating even faster. >> the wreckage showed the ship is still in the water. it was supposed to be towed to shore earlier this year but that will not happen until september. officials say they need to come up with more money for the operation which is expected to cost $530 million. french troops are move into toe malaya after a french troop was killed in a helicopter raid. now france is on alert for a possible terrorist attack raising its terror threat level and increasing security around its monuments, public billings, and transportation systems. former egyptian president hosni mubarak will get a new appeal. the former leader of egypt ruled for 30 years until
protestors demanding more freedom and reforms drove him from office last february. new this morning thousands of people have taken to the treat to protest russian's new law banning americans from adopting russian children. russian's president said the adoption man is retaliation for a new u.s. law that punishes russia for human rights abuses. the ban will only harm russian orphans not americans. former president bill clinton was in haiti to commemorate three years since that dead laertes quake. he attended a memorial at the burial site for the haitians killed in the natural disaster. the nation is still recovering after people are displaced from their homes and still living in camps. former president george h.w. bush may be released from the hospital soon. president bush's spokesperson gave a more cautious guest of sometime next tweak. he was admitted to the
methodist hospital for bronchitis and put in intensive care for a fever. a san jose police officer shot and injured a man in a movie theater. it happened yesterday afternoon around 25 minutes north of downtown san diego. the suspects girlfriend called police and said her boyfriend threatened her with a gun. police say the suspect ran into the movie theater to try to hide but was found and confronted by police. >> they checked the back door and it was locked. but they didn't talk to us. i knew that wasn't a good sign. and then all of a sudden i heard two shots and i went to the floor. >> officers say they shot the suspect after he reached for a gun. the theater was evacuated and no one else was hurt. it's been nearly a month since the gunman opened fire on students and teaches in connecticut killing 26 people. but today the memorial set up in their honor has been taken
down. the toys, candles, handmade signs and more are being mulched and preserved and will become part of a new permanent memorial one day. today a public meet willing take place to talk about future plans for the school. 8:20 now. miss new york has won the title of miss america. >> your new miss america is miss new york. >> 23-year-old val lee hagan took top honors last night after tap dancing to james brown and answering a question about whether armed guards belong in schools. hagan defeated several notable contestants including a woman who made headlines for her plan to under go a double mastectomy to reduce breast cancer. it's 8:21. one state is taking a stand against violent video games. >> it's hard to bring up kids in this era of violent video
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the announcement comes after the department of homeland security took the unusual step of recommending computer users uninstall that software. officials say it appears hackers have been exploiting a flaw in java's software. a school shooting in newtown, connecticut has inspired a massachusetts mayor to hold a violent video game buy back program. the mayor says people will be able to drop off violent video games, movies, or toy guns at a public works yard. in exchange kids that participate will get a free out of home work or a gift card. >> in our small nook which is melrose we can foster real discussion and action. >> the mayor hopes to start the program by next month. time now 8:25. and i mean we just can't stop talking about it. because if you are just waking
up and you knew it would be cold it feels a smidge colder. rosemary is watching et all for us. she's promising she is working on a warmup. >> it's going to come slowly but it will come. on our way into work i saw security guards running laps around the building. trying to stay warm. >> i saw someone running in short sleeves. i looked at my car thermometer. it said 30. i said that is a well earned run. >> runners like it cool. but that seems like it would burn the inside that cold air. it's still very cold our forecast model showing you wide spread white and that means 20s still. our valley locations if you're in the valley north bay and east bay down into san jose 30 degrees right now. you're in the pink. still below freezing. concord down to livermore, san ramon, danville, lafayette, mid to upper 20s outside your door this morning. the peninsula feeling a little better.
palo alto still checking in right around 28. through the 9:00 hour this is what you can expect. we'll still be with low 30s. you're still enduring that freezing weather for the valley around the bay area upper 30s to near 40. 10:00 we are now in the 30s to mid 40s. we are seeing this pink a little bit mess les and purple a little more wide spread. not the case for today we are off to a cold start. 11:00 that is when we will see wide spread 40s around the bay area. and lunch mid 40s to near 50 degrees. 51 redwood city. low 50s for san jose. upper 40s for pleasanton and livermore. extended forecast so that slow warmup we were talking about a few moments ago there it is on your screen. tomorrow morning just as cold. make sure you bundle up the little ones as they head off to school. it will be chilly. we are looking at low to mid 50s by the afternoon.
as we get into tuesday and wednesday and on into thursday notice the afternoon highs low 60s with mostly cloudy skies. wake up with a little bit of fog on wednesday and thursday. overnight lows still cold but not this cold. back to you. if you're planning to head up to tahoe to do skiing l is a new free service to help you get up to the slopes. a ski shuttle is taking visitors who visit the area to nine north lake tahoe resorts. they run on weekends and holiday weeks through march 31st. elementary school cleaned and sanitized over the weekend. what happened that had school officials so worried about their students health. a lot of people lining up outside the cal palace for a weekend gun show. we'll tell you why the organizer beliefs there has been record setting crowds.
we knew it would be busy but we had no idea we would have the kind of crowds we have. >> a big turnout for this year's gun show. why this could be their busiest year of all. welcome to mornings on 2 it's sunday, january 13th i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm brian flores. big crowds are headed to the big gun show this morning. ktvu reporter alex savidge is joining us live from the cal palace. alex, what are organizers telling you about this year's event? all right it looks like we're having technical issues with alex savidge there. but we'll have more information in just a few more minutes. let's talk about those 49ers if we can. are we going tommy over to the 49ers. yes, let's talk about the 49ers. if you watched the game, that was a fun game. probably could watch it again today on tivo.
they move on. >> kaepernick will run and pick it up. he's got a touchdown. >> got to be impressed by that. he set an nfl quarterback record with 181 yards rushingish colluding two touchdown runs against the packers in his first playoff game last night. he also threw two touchdown passes to michael crabtree. that was awesome there you go. niners defeated green bay 45-31 and whether they were at the game or watching it in a sports bar with friends, the 49er faithful just couldn't get enough of the team and couldn't contain their excitement. and if we could go -- [ cheering and applause ] there are those fans. how about watching that game in that environment? hundreds of fans supporting their red and gold celebrated
their big win. and you want to see 49er fever check that out. that's the embarcadero. the towers of the embarcadero. officials plan to shine the lights every night this week and hopefully through next weekend's nfc championship and right on through the super bowl on february 3rd. we will move on to other stories. we'll talk about this shooting a little bit later on in the newscast. we want to talk about the show. that is right after our show in just about 30 minutes. then at 10:00 you can watch the sea hawks and falcons. and of course at 1:00 you have the ot. new this morning a benefit concert for injured san francisco giants fan bryan stow is set to hit northern california tv screens. the concert schedule includes
specials by giants third baseman. it's being televised on the com cast hometown network at 8:00 p.m.. donations will be accepted throughout the broadcast. he was attacked and severely injured at dodger stadium back in 2011. two men and one woman are the latest victims. they were shot on harmon avenue around 12:45 yesterday afternoon. police say their injuries are not life threatening. it happened just one day after four people were shot and killed in separate shootings. three men and a 17-year-old boy were shot during a six hour period. police say the shootings are linked to ongoing feuds between several groups in the stay. the violent brought out community outreach members who have a message for young people. >> they should look at this and know that no bullet has a name on it. >> no arrests have been made in any of the shootings. so far this year there has been six homicides in the city.
police in san jose have arrested the eighth and final suspect in a beating death of a 14-year-old boy. he was beaten to death on april 27th last year at roosevelt park. 31-year-old joe was taken into custody an thursday in morgan hill. they say he and seven others punched and kicked reyes and his older brother on a basketball court. reyes' brother survived. let's go to our top story. big crowds are heading to the big gun show in daly city. alex savidge is joining us live from the cal palace. what are organizers telling you about this event? >> reporter: the man in charge of the cross roads tells ktvu already this weekend there have been record setting crowds here at the event. he believes that many people are worried about new restrictions being put on gun sales. let me show you the scene here. in the parking lot at the cal palace this morning already a long line of people waiting to get tickets. the doors open up at 9:00 this morning.
i want to show you what things looked like yesterday here. ammunition all up for sale. the organizers believe gun enthusiast are more motivated than ever to buy. they are concerned about increased gun control measures that could be put into place soon. later on this week the vice president will look at a series of recommendations and release a series of recommendations to reduce gun violence and that could include universal background checks and a ban on the high capacity magazines. the organizer of this gun show tells ktvu people are anticipating the new gun control measures. >> the politicians are attempting to piggy back on this tragedy, series of events to further impede the rights of the american people. the second amendment rights and legal and lawful gun ownership. these people are voting by coming out.
>> reporter: some gun enthusiast tell me they are worried about lawmakers limiting ammunition sales as well. just this past week an eastbound assemblywoman announced a new bill regulating the sale of ammunition in california. among other things ab48 would create a registry of ammunition purposes so they can be better tracked. this is a line of people waiting to buy tickets to get inside the cross roads of the west gun show and the doors open up at 9:00 this morning. live in daly city alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. a woman who died after attending a concert in lake tahoe is being remembered by family and friends that have launched a new safety campaign in her memory. hundreds gathered for memorial service for 19-year-old alyssa burn yet in petaluma. many of the mourners wore pink which was her favorite color. >> i'll remember the piercing
blue eyes, the radiant smile, and the fact she was 110 miles an hour but she loved 110 miles an hour too. >> she went missing on new years eve three days later her body was found in a snow bank. she may have become disoriented in the freezing temperatures and suffered hyperthermia. her friends prompted a campaign asking friends to never leave an unfamiliar place alone. more than 200 amber alerts have been issued since the program went into effect in california back in 2002. the emergency message system was created back in 1996 after nine-year-old amber of texas was abducted and later found murdered. more than 600 children have been recovered since its inception. protestors plan to mark the 11th anniversary of the bank tan moe bay detention center.
some people are also planning to wear orange jump suits. similar events will be held in washington, d.c. and outside the cia headquarters in virginia. another outbreak of the norovirus has hit the bay area and it is being reported at an elementary school. dozens of students from burton elementary school in lafayette reportedly have fallen ill. they spent the weekend cleaning and disinfecting that campus. the outbreak comes after two elderly people died after the holidays. it could be several more days before the oakland unified school district headquarters reopens. the building flooded last week after someone accidentally left a faucet running in a custodians closet running overnight. good morning, to you. happy sunday. a gorgeous looking start to the
morning. but a painfully cold start in many cases. still holding on to 20s in many areas. mid 20s. we'll continue with this cold spell through the morning hours. and then we're thawing out to a nice winter day for your afternoon. heading to the north bay where we see the coldest temperatures. 28-degrees in novato. 28 in napa. this is not the worst we've seen in napa. sinking to 23. i'm thinking a possibility of breaking a record this morning for a record low in napa. we have a little bit of wind here. it's only five miles an hour but enough to still that cold air. a chilly start in calistoga 34. 25 in petaluma. 26 in concord. 28 in livermore and along this valley stretch temperatures in the mid to upper 20s danville, dublin, san ramon, pleasanton all still in the 20s this morning. we get closer to the bay and it's not as cold but still very
chilly. just a degree above freezing. 35 in oakland. 33 in mountain view. palo alto a cold start for you. 20 in the forecast. stanford 28 degrees. we remain with this pattern. yesterday we were talking about the same thick. we remain under this cool north flow with a trough to the east and the ridge over the pacific. this is eventually going to shift and going to bring us a warming trend. it won't be a big bump in temperatures but it will help out our overnight lows. and afternoon highs will warm a little bit as well. for today mostly clear freezing this morning. we'll remain with mostly clear skies for the afternoon. we'll be cool and dry and i'll show you that warmup coming in a few moments. 50 degrees expected for berkeley this afternoon. 50 degrees for san rafael. 50-degrees in san francisco. a lot like yesterday. you really know what to expect as we get into the afternoon. 49 for concord. hayward down into the south bay. santa clara valley. 51 for san jose.
50 degrees morgan hill. 50s for santa cruz. your extended forecast so there it is a gradual warming trend. tomorrow morning going to be just as cold as this morning. so make sure you have extra layers for the little ones as they get out to school for tomorrow morning. low to mid 50s in the forecast for the afternoon. and gradually get into the low 60s for tuesday and wednesday. wednesday to thursday look to be the warmest days. overnight lows we'll still be back in the low 30s even freezing not as coal as we have -- cold as we have seen this morning. i'll show you an hour by hour update of what you can expect for your sunday coming up. researchers at stanford are trying to figure out how to protect players on the field. we'll show you the technology that already plays in preventing concussions. let's give you a live look at the mccarthur maze. it's clear there but there is a sig alert we want to tell you about. it's 880 in oakland.
multiple traffic collisions being reported in that area. this was just called in the last half hour or so. so if you're going in that direction or coming from that direction it will be slow out there. we'll keep an eye out for it and we'll keep an eye on it for you and updated. it's 8:42 on the clock. this is mornings on 2. ñç5xñóñmñz?cç?çñkñkñe-
good morning, to you. and a view there of mt. diablo this morning. it's 29 degrees but with the windchill at mt. diablo 16 degrees right now. the national transportation safety board is investigating a small plane crash in texas that killed all three people aboard. the piper pa46 had just taken off from an airport near paris, texas yesterday morning when it crashed into a field. the pilot and two other men were killed. all three worked for utah based celtic bank. the faa says the crash happened in heavy fog. the pilot of a small plane is lucky to have escaped injury after making a hard landing in san mateo county. sheriffs officials say the single engine aircraft landed at san carlos airport yesterday without its landing deer down. he was flying to san carlos. the airport closed briefly
while they removed the plane off the runway. an autopsy will be performed after a man found dead. they found the body of 30-year- old luis gomez diaz. authorities don't know how he died but it may have been a accident. it was a transient and could have climbed into a recycling bin to get out of the cold. victim bo cleveland is a 16- year-old junior at taft union high school. he's in a medically induced coma in critical but stable condition. suspect brian oliver also 16 allegedly shot cleveland with a shotgun in science class on thursday. they will announce charges against oliver tomorrow morning. police say a body found in modesto is a missing woman with ties to the bay area. the coroner office has identified a body found under a modesto bridge as 28-year-old
elderess graham. she had planning on visiting the bay area with her boyfriend. vallejo residents demanding nor accountability from police. a mod ray tar from the department of justice led the meeting in north vallejo. that meeting comes after ten officer involved shootings in vallejo last year. six of them fatal. the police chief says the department is take steps to improve communications with the community. flight creates angst and anxiety in the community. i understand that. i think this is an open the dialogue to keep the communication going and explain what the procedures are. how we handle the investigations. >> yesterday's meeting was held in the same neighborhood that mario was killed.
san francisco is pitching new ways to help homeless alcoholics. one is to inject volunteers with a drug that may reduce their cravings. other plans include a so-called wet house where they can continue to drink and a service that picks homeless people up and stakes them to a sobering center. the ideas come after a state appeals court flew out a plan to bill homeless men who did not appear in court. the developer says the apartments vowel use of the golden gate bridge a finance center and rooftop gardens. preservationists -- those buildings include the old hinges department store which now houses the cinemas. researchers at stanford university are working to prevention con cushions on the football field. for the past two years the schools football team has been wearing high-tech mouth gourds that can sense motion and record impacts.
researchers are using the data to study what happens to the head and neck when someone gets a concussion. >> i hope it's a game changer. i think i've said to myself i won't allow my kids to play the sport of football until there is an answer. >> it's estimated that about 1- 20 kids may have a pacific jean that could increase the risk of brain damage. a test will be available for student athletes later this month. a sea lion that lost an eye after being shot in the face was released to the wild. that sea lion was found philandering on the rocks back in october. it was severely malnourished and had been shot in the eye. but after three months they determined the animal was ready to go back to the ocean. some fishermen say they are worried about the impact expanded crawfish harvesting could have on lake tahoe. the tahoe regional planning agency has approved four crawfish harvesting permits.
that could have an adverse effect on trout populations because crawfish is a major food source for them. university of nevada scientist dispute that saying shrimp make up a bulk of the trout diet. you may notice something unusual today if you plan on riding bart. what several riders are planning to do in order to make a unique statement. good morning, to you we are slowly thawing out this morning. what you can expect outside your door at this next hour as well as what you can expect for the afternoon coming up. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy
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welcome back to mornings on 2. time now is 8:53. let's recap some of or top stories. as much as 10,000 people will pack cal palace for a gun show. organizers say they are seeing a record number of turnout for this years event. amid fears president obama will call for gun control in the wake of the school shooting in newtown, connecticut. another outbreak of the norovirus has hit the bay area. this time it's being reported. dozens of students in lafayette reportedly have fallen ill. officials say they spent the weekend cleaning and disinfecting the campus. the 49ers move on to the nfc championship. collin kaepernick had an amazing game. reran for 181 yards. the niners will play the winner of the falcon sea hawks game
which you can see right here at 10:00. pregame coverage begins in five mines. people in north dakota are waking up to another day of shoveling after a powerful storm dumped more than a foot of snow. at least we don't have to do that. all that snow was in addition to several inches that was already on the ground. heavy winds only made visibility worse and driving conditions considered extremely dangerous. officials in connecticut trying to figure out if a tornado is to blame for all that damage. that twisted metal and glass all that is left of a church in north hampton. luckily no one s inside that church when it happened. the cleanup is expected to take a week. the mayor of sacramento says he can raise the money needed to keep the kings from moving to seattle. mayor and former nbc star kevin johnson says he's working with billionaires to raise $425-450 million. this comes as a seattle based
group led by steve balmer and chris hanson is also trying to buy the kings. today it's your last day to check out one of the bay area's best car shows. at the san jose convention center. it does feature more than 400 new cars and trucks including the latest generation of electric vehicles. you can even test drive some of the them and admission will cost you $10. los angeles has been ranked the worst place for traffic. san francisco is number three on the list of top ten most congested places. in the number eight spot that research was done by navigation systems tom tom. if you're getting on bart today don't be surprised if some of your fellow riders are a bit under dressed. 600 people expected to ride bart this afternoon without any pants on. the event is seed all scheduled -- scheduled to start at 1:00
p.m.. and it will end at city hall. and they will take a group photo there. let's go to rosemary. it will be a cold one today. >> you are right. frosty start this morning. the advisory is allowed to expire. numbers beginning to creep up. us this is what -- this is what you can expect over the next few hours. you are beginning to be on the lower end of the rain. low 30s in the forecast as we get into the 9:00 hour. low 40s for the bay. as we get into 10:00 low 30s. mid 40s around the bay. and then by 11:00 i should say a.m. mostly sunny skies. 40 degrees for valley spots. afternoon highs upper 40s and low 50s. once again a near repeat of what we saw yesterday with mostly sunny skies. 51 in oakland. 49 for hayward. 51 san jose. low 50s along the peninsula. 51 redwood city. into the north bay 51 for you.
santa -- your extended forecast here tomorrow morning going to be just as cold. claudine make sure the little ones are bundled up as you get off to school tomorrow. low to mid 50s in the afternoon tomorrow afternoon. overnight lows will come up just enough. we'll still be very cold but not as bad and low 60s in the forecast notice a dry spell as well. >> good day to stay and watch football. >> it will be nice. >> that's our report for this morning. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> join us for our next newscast at 5:00.