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. the bart strike goes into its second day. the latest onto labor dispute and how passengers can still get into san francisco this morning. >> and new information around the death of a woman at san francisco general hospital. what a new report claims happened a week before she was found. >> and a spike in robberies near the berkeley campus. the special meeting being called to try to keep students saivment mornings on two starts now. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on two. >> and good morning.
welcome. it's saturday october 19th. >> good morning. rosemary has a quick peek at that saturday forecast. good morning. >> yes. we are going to hold onto our pleasant weather through your weekend. it's a chilly start if you are stepping out early this morning. upper 30s to upper 40s around the bay and along the coast. patches of fog this morning as well. we will see mostly sunny throughout the afternoon with a little change in the temperatures, a cooldown in the extended forecast. i will have that extended forecast for you. ly have your numbers for today. where we are seeing the patches of fog and who seeing the coldest weather coming up. >> it's day two of the latest bart strike and there are no indications that it's going to end any time soon. transit officials are warning that for the future, commutes will take longer than normal. we are live at the bart station. i can see striking workers continuing to picket. >> reporter: that's right. workers are on strike and the union members pledged to
maintain a picket line downtown oakland until a new contract is in place. as you just said there is no sign of that happening any time soon. in the maven time bart riders are stuck with a more complicated com mute. bart has charter buses running from nine stations, from the el sorito, concord, haywood and fremont stations. these buses are free and they go directly into san francisco. you don't have to worry about transferring. the first bus left at the west oakland station at six. there were only about ten people on board. many of them said they work weekends, they can't work from home. some work from hotels, others work in the restaurants. th they said the buses were the only way to get to their jobs. they are only running in the
morning hours, then this afternoon charter buses will go from the transbay terminal back to the same stations, nine stations in the east bay. there is a way for bart passengers to get back into the city this morning and to come back to the east bay later this afternoon but it's very limited for now. live in oakland. >> and with no bart trains running other agencies are adding service. both ac transit and the ferry reported jumps in rider ship. the bay ferry said it has more than double the average number of passengers yesterday. it ran 12 vessels instead of its usual eight. tonight's cal football game is one of many events affected by the strike. fans are being encouraged to carpool. they can also ride a cal bear shuttle bus. it takes fans from the downtown berkeley bart station, the rock ridge station ohrt berkeley amtrak station. tickets cost eight dollars a
person. another event is the nike women's marathon in san francisco tomorrow. it's the scene from last year's race, 30,000 people have signed up to run this year marking the 10th anniversary of the marathon. proceeds support the fight against luke luke. the strike is forcing saint anthony's to put out a call for volunteers. a large part of their volunteer base lives in the east bay and with trains not running volunteers say can't serve 3,000 meals in the dining room. they are putting the call out asking people to come volunteer. shifts are from 9:15 to 1:45 all weekend and into next week. we have created tools on the website to help you get around this weekend as well as next week if the strike persists. > a 2-year-old hit by a stray bullet is in critical but stable condition this morning. police say it happened about one in the afternoon yesterday.
that's when a gun fight broke out. the boy was hit by a stray bullet as he played in the front yard of his home two blocks away. nobody else was hurt and no arrests have been made. >> you can't keep quiet. you have to come forward. this needs to stop. there is to many children dying in this town. >> this is just the latest incident of gun violence involving children in oakland. five children under the age of eight have been shot and killed since 2011. police are investigating how a bus hit and killed a bicyclist in san francisco. that accident happened just before nine in the morning as the bikist was turning right. the driver is cooperating with the investigation and has been tested for drugs and alcohol. nobody on the bus was hurt. >> we are talking to everybody that we can and work with the police department to do that. we are hearing conflicting reports so it's to early to say what happened. >> the last time there was an accident was in 2010, four bicyclists have been hit and killed in san francisco this
year. >> there are new questions this morning about the case of a woman found dead in the stair well at san francisco general hospital. the body of the 57-year-old was found two and a half weeks after she disappeared. according to the san francisco chronicle an orderly reported seeing a woman passed out in a stair well one week before. the hospital contacted the sheriff's department but it is unclear if a deputy checked out that area. her family has now hired an attorney to represent them in the investigation into her death. today a safety meeting will be held in berkeley to talk about several robberies near the cal campus. police say the latest happened tuesday morning. two armed men robbed a student walking near north gate and university drive. the student wasn't hurt. the campus police say this was the 5th robbery or attempted robbery near campus in less than a week. a community meeting starts at two at good shepherd church. >> new, the president outlines
his vision now that the government shut down is over. >> now that the clouds of crisis have lifted, we need to focus on what the majority of americans sent us here to do, grow the economy, create good jobs. >> the president highlighted three areas that need to be addressed to serve the american people. he said lawmakers need to create a balanced and responsible approach to the economy that will shrink long term deficits. he also wants them to fix the immigration system and he said a farm bill must be passed to help rural communities grow and develop. analysts say the budget battle in washington has made a rift with in the republican party wider and deeper. lawmakers supporting the tea party are angry that the house speaker agreed to a plan to open the government. group was the tea party say they will endorse challengers
to republican lawmakers who voted for the deal. ted cruz hasn't ruled out another shut down. barbara boxer wants to eliminate the debt ceiling as a baring chip so she is proposing a bill to let the president raise the limit. so far there is not much support for it. even the white house said the authority to raise the debt ceiling rests with congress. . >> the white house will be opening its s to public doors. thre will resume on november 5th but only on a limited basis. thre were canceled in march after mandatory budget cuts but they are back now that a new spending plan has been approved. the white house will be open to tourists three days a week. the most diverse college in
the country. the announcement came on tuesday. students at the university say this is no surprise to them. nearly 80% of the student body is asian, african american or hispanic. a spokesperson said its commitment to diversity stems from the day it was founded in 1868. >> i think it's actually been a stunning october in terms of weather. can't complain. defend flightly cooler. yesterday we were out covering the bart strike and all the people waiting in the lines. it was chilly. >> you are right. the fog has made a come back and temperatures have drifted down just a little bitl you are right. still looking at very nice weather and we remain in this pattern with patches of fog this morning and we want to show you, probably see it, look at the moon. isn't that just beautiful? the moon will set at 7:42. sun is on the way up. sunrise about 7:22. get outside if you want to catch this for yourself. it's a beautiful shot of the moon this morning.
again some of us waking up with patches of fog over parts of the north bay, along the coastline. you just can't see the moon this morning these are some of the chillier numbers we are seeing outside right now. 43 wall 43 walnut creek. most of us in the upper 40s. 53 redwood city, shift to the north where we are see smfg the coolest numbers, 41 outside -- again at times areas along santa rosa reporting patchy fog. i'm seeing fog along the coastline as well this morning. that's what we have for you through the morning. little bit of a chill through the air and the fog. once we get in to the afternoon mostly sunny skies, we will be partly cloudy to partly sunny with that ridge of high pressure still in place. the storm track remains to the north of us and we remain with very mild weather at a local level we are seeing just small changes from day today.
return of the fog and a little bit of on shore breeze temperatures cooled off a few degrees yesterday. especially along the coast where it was a cooler day. for the afternoon, in areas around nevado, 80 degrees, 79 san rafael. i checked yesterday's highs, these numbers are with in a degree or two for most. 78 in oakland. 82 danville. in to the santa clara valley. 83 morgan hill. along the -- that number a few degrees warmer than yesterday. san francisco cooldown as well. your extended forecast showing you again, only subtle changes in the forecast. temperatures drop off very slowly for tomorrow and then the cooldown continues into the workweek. some models even bringing the possibility of a few scattered shores, maybe wednesday into thursday but it doesn't look to promising. we will continue to watch that for you. if you are going to be out and
about i will have your lunchtime numbers for today. >> dramatic video of a big rig accident on a freeway. coming up the startling moments caught on camera and what happened next. >> and could sending a message on your phone put privacy at risk? more on the report that finds more than just your friends could look at it. look at them with that u-verse wireless receiver. back in our day, we couldn't just move the tv wherever we wanted. yeah, our birthday entertainment was a mathemagician. because if there's anything that improves magic, it's math. the only thing he taught us was how to subtract kids from a party.
. thank you for joining us this morning. our nice weather pattern will persist for your weekend. this morning waking up with fog. mostly sunny skies in store for the afternoon. >> and if you are just joining us this morning bart is still on strike. want to show you a live look at the approach to the bay bridge toll plaza. you can see a little bit of a back up in a couple of lanes. if you have fast track you can roll through. if you are paying cash that back up already starting and
it's just 7:14 on this saturday morning. if you are planning to travel throughout the bay area you may experience more traffic than usual because of the strike. bart will be offering charter buses at nine stations until nine this morning. that service will pick up again at three in the afternoon. we will have more on your alternate routes coming up. another milestone for supporters of same sex marriage. same sex couples will be able to marry in the state of new jersey starting monday. after the state court denied a request for stay from the new jersey governor. he said that the state will comply with the ruling. new jersey will be the 14th state to recognize gay marriage along with the district of columbia. >> a second worker in los angeles international airport has been arrested in connection with the dry ice explosive devices. earlier this week two of those devices exploded and authorities found a third that had not detonated. police say the latest person was a ground scfs worker. he worked as the soup of the
first man arrested. >> i see it's -- left wing. >> there you see a flight that had to make an emergency landing in los angeles last night. it was headed to australia from dallas when a news helicopter reported seeing fuel leaking from the air craft. the airport would only say that the plane had problems. the plane land safely. congress is considering a bill to hold the tsa more responsible. they want passengers to get through security as quickly and safely as possible and while technology can help make that happen the new law would require the tsa to create a five-year plan for its technology needs and report to congress on how it's using that equipment. >> there is more of a constant steady flow of bags or people through some checking or monitoring device that would be a big improvement. >> the bill would also require updates to be given to congress. they say they want to make sure that millions of dollars a year
doesn't constituent sit in storage. >> a new route will be available starting october 31st. some introduction one dollar fares are still available for the first set of runs through november 3rd. free round trips will be offered on weekdays with runs on the weekends they offer free wifi, power outlets, leather seats added leg room. the website attached to the health care law is not just frustrating people but insurance companies are having a hard time processingable ages. they say they are getting repeat applications and applications with missing information. so they have been forced to contact new customers by phone to verify the information submipted online. >> we talked to one man who had not received the confirmation that he
anticipated on the exchange website so he had to submit a couple of times and ended up with a concern he had enrolled in multiple plans. >> the white house said that the problems are being fixed. republicans plan to hold hearings next week regarding problems with the roll out of the new health care exchanges. >> consumer groups are outraged by the u.s.d.a.'s lack of response to a salmonella outbreak. people across the country have been affected. the u.s.d.a. is refusing to issue a recall saying it's beyond their authority. they say that chicken sellers and the u.s.d.a. should guarantee that raw meat is not contaminated. >> it shouldn't be up to consumers to cook this out. clearly something is not working. >> foster farms announced that it has changed slaughter practices to try to avoid future outbreaks and the u.s.d.a. said the company has made
enough changes to continue operations. the consumers union and some members of congress say they are not satisfied. >> target and wal-mart are raising the bar when it comes to educating consumers, they have announced they will rate thousands of projects based on safety. they say they are very excited with the new decision. some of the items will include cosmetics, cleaners and baby care products. >> it's creating anasinive create incentives to move toward safer cosmetics. >> according to the co founder there are more than 12,000 chemicals used to formulate cosmetics and personal care products. some of them include mercury and mascara and face cream, and heavy metals in face paint for children. target said it plans on rating 7500 products for hazardous ingredients starting next year. a new study claims messages on the i-phone may not be safe.
apple has long claimed it cannot read or see the messages you send through its service but security researchers say they have new research showing that apple can actually see them. the research claims they can be read by a third party, security experts say there are never guarantees that people can't see them so they say be caring careful what you write. >> you may run into spooky characters at the san francisco zoo today. how visitors are getting in to the spirit of halloween. >> fair weather in the forecast for your saturday afternoon. this morning we wake up with cool conditions and clouds for some. i will have a look at what you can expect in your neighborhood. [ male announcer ] it is more than just a new car...
along. it's not usually that busy on a saturday morning. you will see increased traffic on roadways, if you have a flight planned out of the after port you want to give yourself a little extra time to get to the airport and to find parking. ac trap sit is going to take airport passengers to the airport but that bart airport shuttle won't be running. for those looking to get to the city bart is looking at charter buses until nine. service will then stop and pick up again at three this afternoon. >> today marks the 4th hike for shelter on mount diablo. it'll be from eight to three. . organizers say the goal of the hike is to raise awareness about the homeless population. they say september fire has helped provide a new aspect to not having a home. it forced the evacuation of about a hundred families and turned the idea of being
displaced into a possible reality. napa has rejected a settlement offer. they report bottle rock offered to pay more than $14,000. organizers claim that's 75% of what is owed to the city. napa firms say they oweo more than 106,000. >> rosemary cook up a nice forecast for us today. i like it kind of cool in the morning. kind of nice. >> it's nice to have that chill. you need to dress this layers because by ten, 11 you are peeling them off. temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s for the warmest locations, the ridge of high pressure still in place over the bay area. mostly sunny skies, mild to warm weather around the bay and inland. along the coast cool to mild with partly sunny skies for the afternoon. wake up with a little bit of patchy, dense fog. half moon reporting visibility about a quarter mile.
a little thick and soupy along the coastline. visibility in santa rosa six miles with fog reported there. the extended forecast here, mostly sunny, away from the coast. temperatures, steady. 60s at the coast. tomorrow more of the same. notice we have a cooling trend that gets underway but it's a slow one. from day today you won't notice so much. by wednesday, upper 70's in the forecast for inland cities, 60s at the coast. we are watching the possibility of maybe rain coming our way. we could use it, october we normally get a little bit of rain. we will watch that for you. it's a chilly start. i will have a tour of your morning temperatures coming up. >> boo at the zoo. look at that cute little child going along. this is a halloween event and it all starts today at 11. it'll be held this weekend and
next weekend. kids wearing costumes will get a dollar off the cost of admission and they will hold a similar event next week. the zoo in washington has reopened its gates to the public due to the federal shut down. that has been closed for 17 days. many of the employees sightly were so excited for the reopening that made signs and greeted guests as they came in to the zoo. some of them say they were just as excited. >> like to come down and walk to the zoo. its part of the neighborhood. we miss it when it's closed. >> and the well known panda camera is also up and running. that young cub now five pounds and has pairtly opened her ice, the panda still doesn't have a name. the zoo is waiting to name the cub until she is 100 days old on december 1st and they say a public vote will determine her name. >> dramatic video of a big rig accident on 101. a look at the startling moments caught on camera and what
goes on strike for another day. good morning. welcome back. >> we take you now to our continuing coverage of the bart strike. day two is here. while striking workers continue to picket there are no new negotiations scheduled. the union said its milks will return to their jobs if bart accepts their riders first plan. they want someone to decide the main sticking point between the two sides, workplace rules, this includes staffing, scheduling and overtime. bart said it wants someone to look at the contract rather than parts. we are live outside oakland's bart style. >> reporter: that's riepght there. are about a dozen or so workers out in front of the station. you can see them walking around in circling with their signs. some have been here since the overnight hours. this morning we have seen a few cars and ac transit buses drive by and honk in support.
bart workers have pledged to maintain a picket line until they have a new contract. in the meantime bart passengers are relying on charter buses to get into san francisco for a second day. because it's a weekend the bus service is limited just to the morning hours. from six until nine. we talked to some of the dozen or so passengers who were on that first bus that left the station this morning. they explained that they work weekends for hotels, restaurants and in the retail industry. they said their drive was more complicated this morning. >> i woke up like two, three hours earlier actually. it's really not convenient and it's. >> it's frustrating but, you know, you just have to deal with it. i have been in a union before. i know what they are going through. it sucks. it's just something that is part of life.
>> reporter: these buses are running from nine different stations into san francisco this morning. the el sorito, west oakland, concord, walnut creek, dublin, lafayette, and fremont. they are only running during the morning leaving those nine stations between expiks nine. then this afternoon the buses will leave the transbay terminal and head back to the respective stations. there are ways for bart passengers to get into the city this morning but the options are limited. live in oakland. ktvu channel 2news. >> the reality for the 400,000 people who take bart is their drive is going to take longer now. many chose to take ac transit or bus shuttle buses yesterday. late as eight last night hundreds were still waiting in line at the bus terminal in san francisco trying to get back to the east bay. with more vehicles on the road the friday evening traffic was worse than normal. >> the front of the line the
bus that was here refused to take me because they were full. now i have to wait. >> bay area bridges also roorted increased traffic. amtrak is helping some of the burden from the bart strike. passengers on board the capitol corridor train exit in richmond and then catch bart into san francisco. with the strike amtrak is taking people to the emoryville station to board bustos the city. >> this morning all lanes have reopened after a big rig carrying cooking oil crashed. the driver was carrying five thousand pounds of cooking oil when he crashed. the driver was not seriously hurt. clean up crews worked until ten to clear the oil from that roadway. big rig accident on southbound 101 was caught on video by a limo dashboard camera. you can see the big rig vera cross the lanes and then go over the center divide. it happened yesterday in the morning near wood side road in
redwood. chp said seven vehicles were damaged but nobody was hurt. the cause of that crash still under investigation. san francisco firefighter has been cleared of charges in the death of a teen passenger on a flight. prosecutors called the death of the 16-year-old a sad and tragic accident. investigators say she was on the ground covered in fire foam when a fire vehicle hit her. >> the young woman at the time the fire vehicle ran over her was covered in foam. there was no way that the driver of the vehicle was going to be able to see her. >> the 16-year-old's family has hired an attorney. the attorney said that the firefighters abandoned her outside the plane and failed to protect her. the family is preparing to file a civil claim against the department. >> vallejo police are investigating
a home invasion that left two fearing for their lives. it happened just before 6:30. police say that the suspect forced his way in to the
victim's apartment by threatening them with a knife. after taking what money they had he ran away. nobody was hurt. a man suspected of killing a federal criminal investigator from oakland has been charged with her murder. the 56-year-old is scheduled to enter a plea on monday for the murder of sandra cok e. she worked in sacramento and was last seen august 4th. her body was found in vacaville. family say they once dated and she had been trying to help him get his life together. people left homeless by an apartment fire say they have been made victims again p by month telephones who -- motels who raised rates after the disaster. four people were hurt in the fire. now people left homeless say that local motels are trying to take advantage of them. >>
i asked what the rate was and they said they were 105 but when they heard of the fire the rates went up to 160.
i was blown away. >> some residents were allowed to return home yesterday to get belongings that weren't burned in the fire. investigators are looking into the cause. the building wasn't required to have sprinklers because it was built before 89. >> pg&e wants a natural gas pipeline in san carlos to go back into service. they report an independent expert found the line is safe to resume operations despite finding thinner than expected walls in a section of that pipeline. pg&e took the gas line off line earlier this month after a company engineer raised concerns about it is. regulators have questioned the safety of the system. three bay area residents accused of casing a san rafael neighborhood to steal mail and property. police say that desiree every receipt, jasmine jones and
another person were arrested. police received complaints that they were going around homes. every receipt homes. a staff member at santa clara university has resigned over a decision by the school's president to change abortion insurance coverage. steven diamond said he will step down at the school's ethics center to protest the policy change. the president of the university said that the decision to deny abortion coverage is in line with the university's catholic beliefs. close to 600 members of the community have signed a petition asking for an appeal of the decision. >> new recruits in the san jose police department may turn in their badges since the union still hasn't worked out contracts. the police officers association said at least 17 of the 40 recruits who graduated last month are looking at other agencies for jobs. city leaders say that's just a scare campaign.
>> i'm not surprised that a few are leaving. the police union has been working hard to try to get them all to leave. >> it's discouraging to know that the people we just hired are walking out the door for other agencies. >> the mayor said that the union is hosting job fairs for other law enforcement agencies. the union has responded by saying that new hires deserve better. >> emergency response teams will hold drills this morning, they are happening near chestnut and laguna, christopher playground, at this one in ocean avenue and mount lake park near 11th avenue and lake street. they will start at 8:30. all neighborhood emergency response team volunteers are asked to attend. >> let's head over to rosemary. >> we are stuck in this pattern. i would like to see a little bit of rain in the forecast .
none just yet. we will continue with pleasant weather for your weekend and beyond. just a slow cooling trend beginning to take place on sunday. but it'll take us a while to feel it. giving you a live look. we have fog there, warming, treasure island. we are waking up with patchy fog, parts of north bayh long the coastline. patchy and dense with visibility down to a quarter mile reported in half moon bay. if you have an early morning drive along the coast take it easy. meanwhile bring along your jacket. temperatures sinking into the upper 30s and 40s. a few low 50s. 48 half moon bay. 50 degrees, right now sfo. this is your direction, 48 san francisco, upper 30s. santa rosa, nevado, holding steady now that the sun is up. we will start to rebound into the east bay. temperatures in the low 40s. around walnut creek. 46 in san ramon.
46orinda. one more shift. brent road. 54 for you and 52 outside your door in pittsburgh. the longer night, the dry air in place. calm conditions allowing for any warmth to go up and away and we get those cool mornings. into the afternoon, we are going to see little change. the ridge of high pressure going to stay in place. the storm remaining to the north. there will be a weak system that creeps in from the south. this coming by about midweek. right now the models can't really agree if we may see just a slight chance at that rain but we will watch it for you between now and then we have dry, mild weather in the forecast. if you are going to the pumpkin festival partly sunny skies, temperatures will be mild. a good day to head out for the pumpkins and your kids. 70 degrees -- for the afternoon. 80 for nevado. low 70's richmond. into the east bay temperatures in the low to mid-70s around
alameda, you are looking at 78 oakland. low 80s wall nut creak. 83 morgan hill. for the pen sla, 76 redwood city. 70 san francisco, 60s for the coast. partly cloudy skies, the extended forecast, there is that cooldown. whether or not you will notice it tomorrow, maybe the next day, it is going to be a subtle one. tuesday, wednesday temperatures in the low to mid-70s around the bay. upper 70's for the coast. i should say inland. upper 60's for the coast. back toes desk. >> happening today, pumpkin lovers from across the bay area will celebrate the half moon bay art and pumpkin festival. it starts an hour and a half and are going to continue through five tomorrow. the family friendly event features live music, and a pumpkin -- more than a few of them. check those out.
this year a new zip line is debuting. and it's free. >> beware of mosquito. did you get that? a warning from vector control. where two more people have tested positive for the virus right here in the bay area. >> and getting to work during the bart strike. the new former transportation a man is pushing to get a cross the bay. avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive"
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this morning bart is still on strike. check out this toll plaza. it's saturday morning, you don't usually see that on a saturday but we have that today in those far left lanes you see. those are cash paying lanes. you need fast track if you don't want to wait at that toll plaza. it's backing up. you should expect to see more traffic on the road today because of the strike. bart is going to be offering charter buses at nine stations until nine this morning and then that service will stop but it'll pick up again at about three this afternoon. if are you headed to and from sfo and usually relay on bart, there is another option. there are free shuttle buses taking people between the international terminal to milbrae station. buses will connect passengers between the cole sesame airport oakland station and the
airport. that usual air bart bus shuttle won't be available during the strike. if those options don't work for you one bay area man is working on a new form of transportation. he has launched a flotation device that lets people bike on the water. he tested it on the bay last no and he is planning another test this weekend. he is hoping to build five to ten more. each would cost $300. >> six months after the boston marathon bombing one of the survivors is speaking out about the attack. he spent close to a month in the hospital after doctors removed nails, ball bearings and pieces of metal from his body. six months later he said he has lost his hearing in one ear and still has shrapnel that's not been removed but he said he feels lucky to be alive. >> i get up every morning. i try to get moving as fast as i can so i don't think about --
i don't think about negative things, i will have a health shake and go to the gym. >> three of his friends lost legs in the bombing and he said they are also struggling to recover. he said that the attack made him focus on what matters most, his family. a motorcycle ist motorcyclist said he was riding his motorcycle when a gravel ran him off the road. he was paralyzed but was able to send a text to his girlfriend asking her to call for help. >> he was very calm. he had no pain. he said i can't feel anything. his pulse was nice and steady. my first look i didn't see trauma. >> he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. his girlfriend said his spinal cord is severely damaged and likely he will never walk again. anyone who witnessed that crash is asked to call the chp. >> officials say california is violating the constitution when
it punishes prison inmates based on their race. they say california prison gangs are normally organized by raise and riots often pit gangs against union another. afterwards inmates often locked up based on race whether or not they were involved. the justice department said the practice violates the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment. snroo two more have tested positive for west nile. the pos -- both are from eastern parts of the county. while officials won't release where they live or how they are towing they say the pair were more than likely infected in late september. so far this year five people have contracted west nile. that's check out this map on the screen, napa, solana and san francisco have all reported a person testing positive for
west nile. health officials say this year 2 p 5 people from across the state have the virus. >> mega millions jackpots could soon be bigger. officials have announced new changes to better compete with powerball. jackpots will now grow by at least five million dollars after drawings where there is no winner. the second place prize will be increased one million dollars from $250,000. if you are feeling lucky the drawings are held tuesdays and fridays. some sciencists say climate change may be responsible for unusual numbers of marine life washing on shore in southern california. a rare 13-foot oarfish washed up on the beach last night . the find comes just days after another one washed on shore off catalina. a rare beached whale was also found dead this week and surfers in a manhattan beach say they are seeing a lot of
great white sharks. >> i would say something along the lines of a world clay climate change. >> i don't know. i tell my kids not to go in the water. >> public sightings are very rare because they live thousands of feet deep. sciencists say it appears oarfish died of natural causes. >> elle is causing an up roar with one of its latest covers. the controversial photograph shows a comedian. she is expwruft one of six women picked for the women in hollywood issue. while most of the fans have been celebrating her cover photograph, many of them say she is to covered, especially when compared to the other actresses. >> we love the whole package of who she is and what she brings to us as entertainment. to cover her up is just a missed opportunity for
celebration. >> the magazine released a statement saying the stylists put the actors in outfits they feel good in. . >> it's not quite the sound you often hear when you are at the dinner table. >> >> a new restaurant in southern california is offering customers the opportunity to dine in a bathroom seating. the seats are toilets and the plates are shaped like toilets. the owner said some of the wording on the menu is being cleared up though. that's because he said people don't seem to like bathroom humor when it comes to what they eat. go figure. >> niners on the road. why the team will need their passports. >> and if you are a fan of breaking bad, a bit of a spoil era alert ahead. how the show in real life will collide today in the name of charity. . >> fair weather will continue
. if you are just joining us this morning, bart is still on strike. it is having an effect. you are taking a look at the maze that goes through berkeley. as you approach the bay bridge toll plaza. that is busier than we normally see on a saturday morning at this time. then if we head over to the bay bridge toll plaza, check that out. that is also something we don't normally see. those are the pay lanes. people who have to pay cash that are now sitting there in a little stop and go on the top part of the screen. you should expect more traffic on the road today because of this bart strike. we will have more on your alternate forms of transportation this weekend coming up on a live report at eight. >> the cardinals are headed to
the world series. the cards beat the los angeles dodgers in game six of the nlcs last night in st. louis. beltran and the cardinals bet kershaw with a four run third. they won the game 9-0. it's the second world series for them in three seasons. game six of the alcs will be held today. the red sox and tigers. game starts at one and you can watch that here on ktvu. >> the 49ers have a lot to juggle this weekend after last week's win against the cardinals. the 49ers are in nashville preparing for the titans. once that game is over they are going to head overseas to england. next sunday they are going to take on the jags at webly stadium in london. they are on a bit of familiar ground. they did play in 2010 when they beat the denver broncos. >> i don't think the niners
have a home game until mid- november. they are away for a while. raiders also off this week. let's check in with rosemary. >> we are looking good. we do have a little bit of patchy fog. it's a bit of a chilly start for some. the sun has been up for about a half hour now. temperatures will start to turn around. for the afternoon fair skies and fair weather in the forecast. on the grand scheme, ridge of high pressure in place. it'll control the pattern for the weekend. on the smaller scale, the fog is back. we saw that return yesterday. a local sea breeze too. we had temperatures fall off a little bit yesterday. i think we will hold steady for today. today going to feel a lot like yesterday. remaining inland along the bay and coast. partly sunny, partly cloudy for the afternoon. the extended forecast with the weekend in veuvment notice not a lot of change going on but for many, this is your favorite tiesm year and we sure are
enjoying it. getting outside this morning as i said. it's a cool start. we started out in the upper 30s to upper 40s. by ten mostly sunny. away from the coast. upper 50s to low 60s and then in time for lunch low 60s along the coast, your extended forecast showing you just a very subtle drop in temperatures with each passing day from sunday into monday. monday into tuesday and there it goes. just a slight chance for rain maybe wednesday into thursday. doesn't look to promising but i will keep an eye on it for you. >> the show breaking bad is coming to life for people in new mexico. a spoil era alert. if you haven't seen the show's finale you may not want to listen for just a moment. during the last episode the character walter white did die and today a funeral is being held for him to raise money for a health care facility. the funeral will take place in a real cemetery complete with
the procession escorted by sheriff's deputies. >> i'm still good with it because at the end of the day health care needs money to help these people and that's what this is about. >> tickets for the funeral cost $20. organizers are hoping to raise $100,000. the funeral is also being streamed live on youtube. >> big news for google stock. just how high stock prices hit yesterday and why it's got silicon valley buzzing. >> and a hit for firefighters in orinda. how much officials plan to cut their force. look at them with that u-verse wireless receiver.
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. the bart strike is now in its second day. how passengers finding ways to get into san francisco this morning with limited options. >> and new information around the death of a woman at san francisco general hospital. what a new report claims happened a week before she was found. >> a spike in robberies near the berkeley campus. the meeting being called today to try to keep students safe. mornings on two starts now. >> complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on two. >> good morning. welcome to mornings on two. it's saturday october 19th. >> good morning. let's dive into it and get over to rosemary.
take a look at that forecast. >> good morning. in a word, pleasant weather in the forecast for your day. coastal clouds and that will be what we see for the afternoon with just partly sunny skies along the coast. away from the coast mostly sunny. we will be warm again inland, low 60s expected along the coastline. widespread, i think we will see a few mid to upper 60's but 70's to low 80s around the bay and inland. a detailed look at the area where you live coming up. >> new, firefighters mopping up an early morning house fire. a viewer took this video of the fire at 25th street, nobody was hurt. the cause of the fire still under investigation >> it's day it would have the bart strike and there are no indications it'll end any time soon. there are no new negligent apings scheduled and transit officials are warning that for the future, you should just
expect your drive to take longer than normal. we are live at oakland's lake maret bart station where striking workers continuing to picket. >> reporter: the picket line has grown since we have been here since 6:30. tr thereare now about 20 standing out front with their signs. we have heard them chanting, asking for a contract in those chants and earlier this morning we did hear a few cars and ac transit buses go by honking their s horns in spoar. they have pledged to stay here until a new contract is in place. passengers in the meantime are relying on charter buses. because it's a weekend the charter bus service is limited to just the morning hours. they have started running at six and will run until nine. we talked to some of the dozen so passengers who left on the first bus. one woman explained she has no car and work at a restaurant in san francisco.
this is her only option to get to work. >> horrible. i can't think of anything to say but it's -- hopefully it won't happen again and hopefully they will work on monday. >> >> reporter: you would rather be working? >> you can ask anyone here. [inaudible] we do not want to be here. we all want to be back at work. we don't want to see this happen. >> reporter: charter buses are running from nine different bart stations this morning. the last one of the morning leaves at nine. there is still a little time to catch one. the buses are free, they go into san francisco, then this afternoon they will leave the transbay terminal and go back to their stations in the east bay. bart has said the charter service is costing them about
$400,000 a day to purchase and they -- they say they have set aside $20 million in their budget to pay for them. live in oakland. ktvu channel 2news. >> with no trains running other agencies are adding service. the bay ferry said it had more than double the average number yesterday. it also ran 12 vessels instead of eight. and tonight's cal football game is one of many events affected by the strike. the bears host oregon state at 7:30. fans are being asked to carpool. they can also ride a shuttle bus. it takes fans from downtown berkeley to memorial station. you just have to get to the bart stations first on your own. another packed event is the nike women's marathon tomorrow. this is the scene from last year's race. 30,000 have signed up to run
marking the 10th anniversary of the marathon. proceeds support the fight against cancer. a large part of saint saint anthony's volunteer live in the east bay and they need help. they are asking people to come volunteer. we have created tools on ktvu.com to help you get around this week and next week. information including links to transit schedules are posted on the front page. >> a 2-year-old hit by a stray bullet is in critical but stable condition this morning. it happened at about one in the afternoon yesterday. that's when a gun fight broke out between two cars driving down sunny side street. the boy was hit by the stray bullet as he played right in the front yard of his home two blocks away. nobody else was hurt and no arrests have been made. >> you can't keep quiet.
have you to come forward. this needs to stop. there is to many children dying in this town. >> this is just the latest incident of gun violence involving children in oakland. five children seven or younger have been shot and killed since 2011. police are investigating how a bus hit and killed a bicyclist. it happened just before nine in the morning yesterday at 11th and division. the driver is cooperating the investigation and has been tested for drugs and alcohol. nobody on the bus was hurt. >> we are talking to everybody we can and working with the police department to do thatw. rehearing conflicting reports so it's to early to say what happened. >> the last time there was a deadly accident involving a bus and bicyclist in san francisco was back in 2010, four bicyclists have been hit and killed by various vehicles in san francisco. >> new developments in the case of lynn spaulding.
her body was found in a hospital stair well. this morning a report says an orderly saw a woman passed out in a stair well a week before the find of the body. we just heard from the family who called it heart break upon heart break thevment say they are pleading with ucsf to be more urgent in their search for what happened. the family has fired an attorney. today a safety meeting will be held in berkeley to talk about several recent robberies near the cal campus. the latest happened tuesday morning. two armed men robbed a student walking near north gate and university drive. the student was not hurt. the campus police say this was the 5th robbery or attempted robbery near campus in less than a week. the community meeting starts at two at good shepherd church on 9th. fewer firefighters will be on duty in orinda. a minimum of 17 will be scheduled daily in the
district. that's down from 19. these staffing cuts will be in effect even on high fire danger days, when red flapping warn pg -- red flag warnings are issued. >> new, the president outlines his vision now that the government shut down is over. >> now that the clouds of crisis have lifted, we need to focus on what the majority of americans sent us here to do, grow the economy, create good jobs, strengthen the middle class, lay the foundation for broad based prosperity and get our house in order for the long hall. >> in today's address the president highlighted three areas that need to be addressed to serve the american people. he said lawmakers need to create a balanced and responsible approach to growing the economy that will also shrink long term deficits. he also wants legislators to fix the immigration system and said a farm bill must be passed to help rural communities grow
and develop. analysts say that the budget battle in washington has made a rift with in the republican party wider and deeper. lawmakers supporting the tea party are angry that the house speaker and senate republican leader agreed to a plan to reopen the government without specific cuts or limits to the president's affordable care act. the groups associated with the tea party say they will endorse primary challengers to republican lawmakers who voted for the temporary deal. ted cruz has not ruled out another shut down next year. >> on my facebook, the got the harvest festival today, a children's fun run and a pet parade. is he looking for some good weather. >> is that is easy to go for today. we are off to a chilly start. we get past that we have nice weather in store for your afternoon. mild to warm around the bay expin land. along the coast we will be
partly cloudy, temperatures in the 60s. not a bad day. giving you a live look there at fog floating across the bay and the across the bay bridge. we have patchy dense fog in half moon bay. outside of the coastline i can't find any at least patch imri, dense fog. temperatures really have sunk in some of those areas like santa rosa, nevado, very calm conditions this morning, nothing to mix out that cool air and it really again has sunk into some of the lower lying areas, these are some of the chillier spots, upper 40s in san francisco, half moon bay. 50 in oakland. mid40s fairfield. let's head along the pen slay where we are looking at 52 outside your door. a cool morning for you palo alto. 46 degrees. we have temperatures that will start to rebound at the next half hour. 47 sunnyvale, i think by ten or so we will start to feel much
better. giving you a look at the grand scale. this ridge of high pressure that won't budge a lot. it'll keep the storm track to the north. keep us high and dry. 80 degrees for nevado, 79 san rafael. low 70s in richmond. 80 degrees this afternoon for fairfield. low 80s wall creek. we have 75al immediate a.73 berkeley. into the south bay, 79 san jose, 83 morgan hill. 77 sunnyvale along the pen slarks 76 redwood city, 74 san mateo, 70 san francisco, 68 at half moon bay for the pumpkin festival. from the coast around the bay and inland, hard to gripe about this weather. temperatures will take a very slow and mild, modest i should say, cooldown into tomorrow.
may not really notice, monday into tuesday, temperatures remaining in the upper 70o's for the inland communities, tuesday into wednesday. low 70s around the bay. upper 60's around the coast. ly bring your lunchtime numbers coming up. >> big news for google stocks. how high stock prices got yesterday and why it's buzzing down in silicon valley. >> and a push for gay rights. so at can i get you?
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a live look there in berkeley where fingers of fog have made it into the neighborhood. >> firefighters battling dozens of wildfires in australia are bracing for another day of heat and high winds, 193 homes have been destroyed in the blue mountains west of sydney. 68 fires are burning and 22 of them are considered out of control. at least one death is blamed on fires after a 63-year-old man died while trying to protect his home. three firefighters have suffered burns and smoke inhalation. >> another milestone for google after shares closed at a record setting price over a thousand dollars. investors reacted to better than expected financial results. their third quarter revenue jumped 12% while profits were 30% higher than a year ago. stocks that trade above a thousand dollars are rare. they include price line.
another milestone for supporters of same sex couples, they will be allowed to marry in the sate of new jersey starting on. that's after the court denied a request for a stay from the governor. he said that the state will comply with the ruling. new jersey will be the 14th state to recognize gay marriages along with the district of columbia. >> a second worker at los angeles international has been arrested in connection with the dry ice explosive devices. earlier this week it would have those devices exploded and authorities later found a third one that had yet to detonate. los angeles police say that the latest person arrested was a ground service worker who worked as the supervisor of the first person arrested. nobody was hurt in either explosion. >> i see -- it's leaking fuel. >> a flight made an emergency landing in los angeles last night. it was headed to australia from dallas when a news helicopter reported seeing fuel leaking from the air craft. the airport would only say that
the plane did experience a problem. the plane landed safely and nobody was hurt. congress now considering a new bill that would hold the tsa more responsible. lawmakers say they want air travelers to get thruster as fast and safely as possible and while technology can help the new law would require them to create a five-year plan for its technology needs and report to congress on how it's using that equipment. >> there is more of a constant and steady flow of either baggage or people through some checking or monitoring device that would be a big improvement. >> the bill would require inventory updates to be given to congress. lawmakers say they want to make sure millions of dollars of gear doesn't end up sitting in storage. each year nearly 65 million passengers move through bay area's three major airports. >> bolt bus is launching a new service to run between the bay area and los angeles. it'll be available starting
october 31st. some one dollar fares are still available for the first set of runs. free round trips will be offered weekdays. bolt bus offers free wifi, power outlets rgs leather seats and added leg room. the website attached to the new health care law isn't just frustrating people but the companies are also apparently having a hard time processing applications from that site. they say they are getting repeat applications and those with missing information. they have been forced to contact new customers by phone to verify the information submitted online. >> we talked to one who hadn't gotten the confirmation he anticipated so he had to submit a couple of times and ended up with a concern he had enrolled in multiple plans. >> the white house said that technical problems are being fixed. republicans plan to hold
hearings on problem was the new roll out of the exchapes. >> consumer groups outraged by what they are calling the u.s.d.a.'s lack of response to the salmonella outbreak linked to foster farms chicken. at least 338 across 20 states have been affected but the u.s.d.a. is refusing to issue a recall saying it is beyond its authority. consumer groups say chicken sellers and the u.s.d.a. should guarantee raw meat is not contaminated before it is bought. >> it shouldn't be up to consumers to cook this out. clearly something is not working. >> foster farms announced that it has changed slaughter practices to try to avoid future outbreaks and the u.s.d.a. said the company has made enough changes to continue operations. the consumers union say they still are not satisfied. >> target and wal-mart are
raising the bar when it comes to educating consumers. both stores have announced they are going to berating thousands of producks based on safety. consumer groups say they are excited with the new decision. some of the items will include cosmetics, cleaners and baby care products. >> it's creating sin knife incentive to move toward safer cosmetics. >> according to the co founder of the campaign for safe cosmetic there is are more than 12,000 chemicals used in cosmetics. some of those include mercury, heavy metals in face paint for children. they plan to rate 7500 products. and a new study claims misseeings september on your i- phone may not be safe. apple has claimed it can't read or see messages that you sent through its i-message service but security researchers say they have new research thousanding that apple can
actually see them. the research also claims that those messages can be read by a third party. experts say there is never a guarantee people can't see your messages. >> a volleyball and four inch wedges. the charity that got dutchess kate on the court. >> we will return to great weather for your saturday afternoon. this morning it's mostly clear. mostly cloudy in others. ly have a look at what to expect in your neighborhood.
. if are you just joining us this morning, we want to update you on the second day of the bart strike. you are taking a live look at the san mateo bridge and traffic moving along there just fine. we have seen extra traffic around the bay area on freeways today and you are going to experience likely, very likely more traffic than usual because of the strike. the bart strike could also make it harder to get too treasure island and the music festival. its going to offer limited pay parking on treasure island but those spots to have be purchased in advance. you can also use free shuttle buses that run from the parking lot outside the at&t park. it'll run from noon until ten today and tomorrow.
>> today is the 4th yearly hike for shelter on mount diablo. it kicked off at eight and goes until three organizers say the goal of the hike is to raise awareness about the homeless population. they say september's 3100-acre fire has helped provide a new aspect to not having a home. the flames forced the evacuation of about a hundred families and turned the idea of being displaced into a possible reality. napa has rejected a settlement offer from the bottle rock music festival. they say they offered to pay more than $14,000 claiming that's 75% of what is owed. napa said they owe more than $106,000. >> time now is 8:25. some people commenting on a facebook that they like the weather which is all credited
to rosemary. >> find what we want and deliver. >> i appreciate that. >> yeah, if i could keep this pattern going i would. in fact i'm going to do just that. in the extended forecast, only a slight cooling trend. our temperatures will rebound. today a lot like yesterday. ridge of high pressure still in place. we have mostly sunny skies away from the coast. mild to warm weather for the afternoon. afternoon. along the coastline this morning a very localized breeze and that localized sea breeze will continue for the afternoon with a little bit of patchy dense fog also along the coastline. for the afternoon partly sunny skies, cool to mild weather for you and the extended forecast here. now you know what i mean. take a look at that as we get into sunday. little change in the forecast with only subtle changes into next week. if you are going to be out playing for today mostly sunny away from the coast. it's a chilly start. still a few areas in the upper 30s, especially over parts of
the north bay. most of us in the 40s to low 50s right now. sun rose about 7:22. mostly sunny at ten. temperatures feeling better. then for your lunch hour, low 60s along the coast. 70s to upper 70's. your extended forecast again we are looking at just a slight pocket of some rain, perhaps wednesday into thursday. models can't agree and if we get any it'll be light. i will track that for you throughout. i will have the update on church current temperatures starting to warm coming up. >> the dutchess of cambridge is making headlines for playing volleyball in four inch wedges. she made an appearance for an event hosted by a charity called sports said. she watched them train before she hit the court herself. she later met with young hopefuls and their parents.
>> great event for charity there. the bart strike forcing people to get creative. now a man is looking for a way to cross the bay by bike but not on the roads. >> and california's former governor is eyeing another office but first he has to drum up enough support to change the constitution. >> and we will end at nine this morning so bring you college football. . right here on ktvu.
welcome back. >> bart workers walked off the job early yesterday after rejecting the latest offer from bart management. >> thousands turned to ferries, buss and carpools to make their way to and from work. >> we are live at the bart station where workers pickets and there is no indication when this strike may end. >> reporter: that's riepght. some of the cars and transit buses that have been driving past the picketers have been honking their horning in support. i talked to a couple of the people on the picket line from the station. some of them are train operators, others work in the maintenance department. one i spoke to offers an apology to people inconvenienced by the strike. >> some of the people who are frustrated that they can't get --. >> i feel sorry for them just as we feel sorry for ourselves. we want to end this as soon as possible. >> reporter: bart passengers in the meantime are relying on charter buses to get into san
francisco for a second day. because it's the weekend the charter bus service is more limited. just to the morning hours, they started running at six this morning, and they will run until nine. we talked to some of the dozen or so passengers on that first bus that left the west oakland station. they explained they have to work weekends in hotels and restaurants and in the retail industry and they say they can't work from home. >> it's frustrating but, you know, you kind of have to deal with it. i have been in a union before. i know what they are going through. it sucks and it's just something that is part of life. >> it's horrible. i can't think of anything to say. i hope -- hopefully its not going to happen again and hopefully they will come back and work on monday. >> and the charter buses today are running from nine different bart stations, the last ones of the morning will leave at nine. they will leave from el sorito,
west oakland, concord, lafayette, dublin, san leandro, haywood and fremont. they are free and go into san francisco. then this afternoon charter buses go from the transbay terminal back to their stations in the east bay. again those buses heading east are only going to operate from three to six in the afternoon. there options to get to the city but it's limited. now bart in the meantime has said the charter bus service is costing them $400,000 a day. they said they set aside $20 million of its budget to pay for the charter buses. >> the reality for the people who take bart each weekday is their commute will take much longer. as late as eight hundreds were still waiting in line at the bus terminal trying to get back to the east bay. the friday evening traffic was worse than normal. >> the front of the line the bus that was here wouldn't take me because they were full so
now i have to wait. >> the bridges also reported a increase in traffic. people going to and from san francisco international who rely on bart have another option. 511 is reporting free shuttle buses taking people between the bus station to the international terminal to the milbrae station and the san francisco bay ferry dock in south san francisco. ac transit buses will connect passengers between the cole sesm airport bart station and the airport. however, the usual air bart bus shuttle will not be available during this strike. if the options don't work for you, one bay area man is working on a new form of transportation. he has a bay cycle project that involves people to bike on water. he had a test run on san francisco bay last month.
he plans another test this weekend. he hopes to build five to ten more of them to sell by next summer. each would reportedly cost $300 or more. >> a san francisco firefighter has been cleared of any criminal charges in the death of a teen passenger on a plane. prosecutors called it a sad and tragic accident. she was on the ground covered in foam when she was hit. >> at the time the vehicle ran over her she was covered in foam. there was no way that the driver of the vehicle was going to be able to see her. >> the 16-year-old's family has hired an attorney to file a civil claim against the fire department. they said that the firefighters abandoned her. vallejo police are searching for a man who forced his way into an apartment and
held two at knifepoint. it happened last last night on lighthouse drive. two residents, one in a wheelchair were entering their apartment when the man approached them and pulled out a five inch long knife. he held that knife to the neck of one victim while he robbed both of them. nobody was hurt and police say the man left on foot. he is african american in his 50s, 5'7'', he was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and black paints and has been seen in that area before. some people left homeless by an apartment fire in redwood say they have been made victims a second time by area motels. four people were hurt in that fire on thursday. that badly damaged 20 units. people left homeless say local motels are trying to take advantage of it. >> i asked them the rates and they said they were 105 but after they heard about the fire the rates went up to 160. so, i was blown away. >> some were allowed to return home yesterday to get
belongings that weren't burned. investigators are still looking in to the cause but say the building wasn't required to have sprinklers because it was built before 8 the. >> a man suspected of killing a criminal investigator has been charged with her murder. randy alona is scheduled to enter a plea in the murder of sandra coke. she was last seen august 4th. her body was found five-days later in vacaville. family say the two once dated and she had been trying to help him get his life together after he was released from jail. the city of martinez is looking for a new city manager after the sudden resigning of phil vince. he had been manager for five- years and stepped down without warning. that after the city council reviewed his performance on sense. former california governor is reportedly lobbying for the
opportunity to run for president of the united states. according to a report in the new york post he is asking for support to change a law that would allow him to run for president in 2016. the post said that he has been openly talking about his political desires while promoting his new movie escape plan. >> it's not a sound you often hear at the dinner table. that's actually a restaurant in southern california offering customers the opportunity to dine in bathroom seating. the seats toilets and the plates are shaped like toilets. the owner said people don't mind the seating or serving ware but wording on the menu is being cleared up, people don't like bathroom humor with what they are eating. >> whatever works. that's for you. that's for you. not for me. >> i don't know if i can -- i
don't know. not my first choice but it could be fun i guess. >> my kids would love it. >> maybe they serve drinks. >> my sons would love it. they would be laughing right the whole time. >> for five minutes. >> yeah. >> all right. perhaps. you have a day of fun planned. we have nice weather in store once again. just a few patches of fog stream across. hugging the coastline. up and down the coastline. i'm seeing it thin out just a bit in santa cruz. temperatures holding steady. starting to rebound slightly. i will talk about nevado. still cool outside. that's nevado bottomed out. santa rosa hasn't budged just yet. you are trailing behind. 46 in walnut creek now. the coolest number i saw about 42. we are slowly creeping here, low 50s redwood. 48 half moon.
still cool out there if you have an early morning soccer game make sure you bring along another layer by about ten or so. i think we will feel much better. 47 san ramon. right now mostly clear skies in the inner east bay where we are looking at 54 brentwood, again we have the fog back with us. it's around the bay. it's thick at half moon bay. visibility just a quarter mile. ridge of high pressure in place for today. on a large note we have just more of the same, mild weather for the afternoon. on a localized note we have a few changes going on and you may notice it because the fog is back and the sea breeze in the afternoon is generally localized. most of us inland not feeling it. some of us area loping the coastline. just inside the bay. temperatures cooling off just a little bit yesterday. i think for today it'll feel a lot like yesterday. yesterday. an afternoon sea breeze and partly cloudy skies as well.
if you are going to the pumpkin festival at half moon bay temperatures will feel fliest for the afternoon. 62 degrees by lunch. upper 60's in the forecast for the second half of the day with a mix of sun and clouds, temperatures in the north bay 80 degrees in sonoma. 83 saint helena. we have a viewer say that i have some things going on in saint helena, a nice day for you. to the east bay 83 walnut creek. 83 livermore. 70s for the east bayshore line. 78 oakland. 74 alameda. if you plan to maybe head toward the water. maybe do a bike ride. 79 san jose, 79 santa cruz, partly to mostly sunny skies, a beautiful day for you, 76 redwood, 71 san bruno, sunny skies and 78 doesn't get better than that. 70 degrees for san francisco, slightly warmer than yesterday for the city of san francisco.
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. sure is a beautiful day in the neighborhood. take a look at that. we have mostly sunny skies in the forecast for today. fog this morning along the coast and just inside the bay. >> some sciencists say climate change may be responsible for unusually number of marine life washing on shore. a rare 13-foot oarfish washed up on the beach in san diego county last night. the find comes days after an 18- foot one washed on shore off catalina island. a rare beached whale was found dead this week also and surfers in manhattan say they are seeing an unusual number of great white sharks. >> i would say along the lines
of a global climate change. the temperatures are changing up. >> i don't know. it sounds scary, especially with the sharks, i have four little kids. >> the sightings are extremely rare because they live in waters thousands of feet deem. it appears both oarfish died of natural causes. officials say cal is violating the constitution. they say california prison gangs are organized by race and riots pit members of gangs against each other. after officials often lock inmates up based on race regardless of if they were involved or not. they say that violates the 14th amendment. pg&e is asking state regulators to allow a national gas pipeline to go back into service. the mercury news reports the independent expert found the line is safe to resume full operation despite finding thinner than expected walls in
a section of that pipeline. pg&e took it off line earlier this month after a company engineer raised concerns about its safety. regulators have questioned the safety of the system in the waisk the explosion in 2010. >> three bay area residents accused of casing a neighborhood to steal mail and property. police arrested the three early thursday morning. police say that they received complaints that the group were prowling around homes. one is being held on $50,000 bail because of prior arrests, the other two are being held on $10,000 bail. and a big rig accident on southbound highway one was caught on video by a limo dashboard camera. you can see that big rig going across the lanes and then it goes up and over that center divide. it all happened yesterday morning around 11 near wood side in redwood.
chp said seven vehicles were damaged but nobody was hurt which is amazing when you watch that. the cause of that crash still under investigation. and a motorcycle rider in placer said a text message may have saved his life. tim webb said he was riding to work wednesday morning in roseville when a gravel truck ran him off road. he somehow was able to send a text message to his girlfriend asking her to call the police. >> he was very calm. he had no pain. he said i can't feel anything. his pulse was nice and steady. my first look at him i didn't see trauma or bleeding. >> he was taken to the hospital in critical condition. his girlfriend said his spinal cord is damaged and it's likely he will never walk again. anyone who witnessed that crash is asked to call the chp. >> six months after the deadly boston marathon bombings one of
the survivors is speaking out. he spent almost a month in the hospital. six moss later he has lost hearing in his ear and still has shrapnel but he said he feels lucky to be alive. >> i get up every morning. i try to get moving as fast as possible so i don't think about -- i don't think about negative things. i will have a health shake and go to the gym. >> three of his friends lost leppings in the bombing and are struggling to recover. he said the attack a made him focus on his family. family. another person injured is learning how to run again. she has a new leg because of the challenged athletes foundation. she was cheering on friends running the marathon when the explosions happened. she lost her right leg. >> i was coming out and i said
it is what it is. i don't understand what happened but to look back and you can't change it. the only thing you can do is move forward. >> the legs can cost up to $35,000 and are not normally covered by insurance. she is in san diego to receive help adjusting to the new leg. >> elle is causing an up roar with a cover. the photograph shows a comedian, just one of six picked for the women in hollywood issue and bhiel most have celebrated it some say she is to covered up, especially when compared to the others. >> we love the whole package of who she is and what she brings, to cover her up is just really a missed opportunity for celebration. >> the magazine released a statement saying that the stylists worked with the stars to pull them in outfits they felt good in. she told omg she was thrilled
to be in the feature and said the sheerness was amazing. jackpots could soon be bigger. officials have announced new changes to better compete with powerball. they will now grow by at least five million dollars after drawings when there is no winner. the second place prize will increase to one million from 250,000 and if you are feeling lucky mega millions drawings are held tuesdays and fridays. and it's ticket saturday and today five lucky viewers will win tickets to the international motorcycle show. that's coming to the event center from october 25th through the 27th. phoria chance to win just go to ktvu.com before midnight and put in the secret word. it's not a long one. there it is on the screen. >> the san francisco 49ers are on the road preparing to take on the tennessee titans and then they have to head across the pond for their next game. >> and a special auction from the pope as he decides to unload two harley davidsons.
ahead. their next three ucla, oregon state and oregon have a combined record of 16 wins and one loss. seniors say they are running out of chances to end their college career was a winning record. the team is at 1- 5 and tonight will host oregon state which has a 5-1 record. they say it's just one of six chances for them to turn it around. the coach said he is rebuilding but the older players want to see winning results. the 49ers have a lot to juggle this weekend after last week's win over the cardinals. they are in nashville preparing for the tennessee titans but once that game is over they have to pack and head overseas england. next sunday they will play the jags in london. joe is traveling with the team and will have reports from london next week. the 49ers are on a bit of familiar ground. they played in england 2010.
>> violin played as the titanic sank will be auctioned off today in england. officials say that it bears the name of wallace hartley who died in the disaster. it was found a week after the ship sank. the band reportedly played near irmy god to thee as passengers boarded the life boats. no none of them survived. and the pope auctioned off two harley davidsons. . the pope said the first will be auctioned off to benefit a homeless shelter. no word on what the money from the second bike will go to. >> knocking on nine. coming up let's go over to rosemary. >> good morning. patchy fog. still a cool start. widespread, low 40s to low 50s.
in to the ten hour, temperatures bouncing into the 50s. we have mid to upper 50s from the coast to the bay and the inland communities will beening upper 50s. low 60s at the coast. widespread 70's at bay and inland mostly sunny away from the coast today. along the coast partly cloudy for afternoon. upper 60's for pacifica. mid to upper 70's for the pen sla as well as the east bay, 76 in redwood, 76 haywood and the inner districts warm back into the low 80's a lot like where we have been and the extended forecast shows you more of the same with a very modest cooldown in store. we will wake up tomorrow with the low clouds and the fog bounce back. temperatures similar to what we have weeing having today. >> no preshape tait ion. >> precipitation. >> they can't agree and if we
see anything it'll be sliepght. >> thank you. >> thank you. we are off the air early for college football. that's our report for this morning. we appreciate you making us your choice for news. >> and be sure to join us later. we will continue to follow the latest with the bart strike and update you on the website, twitter and facebook. for all of us here, thank you for watching, have a beautiful day.
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