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>> reporter: we're live in san francisco where a man in a wheelchair tries to cross a busy and dangerous san bernardino. he's struck and killed -- intersection. he is struck and killed. i will tell ulabout the investigation and also the new safety measures aimed at slowing down cars. a new legal development in the shooting death of a 13-year-
old boy by a sonoma county sheriff's opportunity. what the family says the department encourages the deputies to do. stricter gun control could be coming. we'll tell you about a new measure that includes lost guns and limiting ammunition. and new information about the deadly attack at l.a.x. the ominous text the gunman's family received just before he opened fire. "mornings on 2" starts now. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." live pictures from the corner of market and octavia in san francisco. city officials call this intersection the most dangerous in the city and it lived up to it this morning. at man in a wheelchair was hit and killed by a car. the safety measures put in days ago to prevent this exact sort of thing from happening.
good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. we're gonna check weather and traffic. steve? >> it's cold. a lot of cold readings. 30s all over the place. a few upper 20s. it will be sunny today once we get cranked up. it just takes longer this time of year. 30s for many. fairfield, 54 because they have a northerly breeze. antioch, brentwood, pittsburg held up because of a little breeze. there's a lot of 30s around. san francisco, i did see 43 in west portal. officially, 49. 64 for a high today. in the bay area hills maybe out to the valley as well. there will be a little bit of a breeze. some locations picking up a breeze. sunny, breezy. if there's no breeze, your temperatures are in the 30s. it will rebound. it's a slow process this time of year. today through wednesday, might get an offshore push. just enjoy it while you can because the days are getting very, very short. clear skies after yesterday's
system went through. it set the stage for a cold morning. that north breeze favoring areas in the higher elevations. highs today, a lot of 60s. low to mid-60s by the water. here's sal with an update on traffic. all right. we are looking at some traffic that's getting a lot busier now, steve. good morning. let's go to the bay bridge. i want to show you the traffic here is backed up for a 20- minute delay. it's backed up to the foost of the -- to the foot of the macarthur maze. moving along to the livermore valley, we've had a couple crashes there. we're going to newschopper2 in san ramon. a pedestrian was hit at the corner of south wedgewood and this is one of the main streets in the area. there is an investigation going on. it looks like that could be the car involved because it's been sitting there for a while. chp are taking pictures and measuring the area. the person who has injured has
been taken away to the hospital. let's take a look at the livermore valley. look at all of the red road sensors. we have an accident in fremont, southbound 80. back to the desk. san francisco police are investigating a fatal crash, where a driver struck and killed a man in a wheelchair overnight. the octavia onramp to 101 is now open for the morning commute. katie utehs has been on the scene since 3:00 and is witnessing the dangers firsthand. >> reporter: good morning. well, you combine speeding cars with bold pedestrians and cyclists and you get this dangerous intersection. here's what happened overnight -- the man in the wheelchair was coming from about where i'm standing trying to cross octavia. as he goes to the crosswalk, a man heading towards 101 driving from octavia struck him in the
intersection and the man and his wheelchair end up landing on the freeway. you can see what the scene looked like when we arrived around 3:00. san francisco police investigators photographed the intersection and loaded the wheelchair into a police truck. police say the man in the wheelchair died at the hospital after being hit around midnight. they've not released any other details about him. the driver of the car involved stayed on scene. spwee spoke with him briefly. he did not want to talk on camera. he was wearing what looked like a security guard jacket. he seemed shaken but coherent. investigators tell us he was not in custody. they were still working to determine if he was speeding and who had the right-of-way. commuters who crossed intersection every day witnessed many close calls. >> it's pretty busy. if cars want to turn right, they often turn right, even though there's no right turn to get on the freeway. >> reporter: this intersection is such a problem. there are traffic cameras all
around. investigators say they will be reviewing the video to determine exactly what happened here overnight. now, separate from the collision that happened overnight, as we mentioned, this intersection is dangerous with right-hand turns. you can see the new photo enforced sign that's been put in place. that's there for the red light cameras. as we come back out here live, this is to stop people from turning right onto market. the fine is $238 for the citation. the cameras went live starting november 1st. there will be a 30-day grace period. they will pass out warnings for 30 days, then if you are caught, making a right-hand turn, a legal right-hand turn, there will be a citation. katie utehs, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. we have new information about a stabbing late last night in santa rosa. it happened shortly before midnight outside of the internet cafe on guerneville
road. police say a man and woman stabbed each other during a heated argument. both victims were taken to the hospital for medical treatment and are expected to survive. investigators believe the violence stemmed from a lover's spat. today, the family of a santa rosa teenager fatally shot by a sonoma county sheriff's deputy will file a federal lawsuit against the county. the controversial shooting of andy lopez happened two weeks ago in santa rosa. the 13-year-old was shot and killed while carrying a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the civil rights lawsuit claims the sheriff's department encourages the use of deadly force even when there's no threat to public safety. now, the sheriff's department says this investigation is still in the early stages and says the lawsuit is premature. the city of sunnyvale may be getting tougher gun control laws if voters pass a new measure tomorrow. it's a controversial issue. janine de la vega is in sunnyvale to tell us more about what's going on out there.
what people are saying. >> reporter: dave, whenever the issue of gun control comes up, people have passionate opinions. one man says he thinks more regulates -- regular lates are needed -- regulations are needed. this measure would require anyone whose gun is lost or stolen to inform police within 48 hours. and it requires those who sell ammunition to log and track sales. a local gun store is against the measure. opponents say it will not stop shootings. instead, it will generate lawsuits against the city. we found residents who plan to vote tomorrow and found differing opinions. i plan to vote yes, on measure c. i think from the perspective of being a parent protecting my kids. >> they make it impossible for
the good people to have a gun. the good people who have a gun could be at risk from these rules if you read it, you will see what i mean. if you have a magazine, if you -- if you have a stolen gun, you report it. >> reporter: the nra is threatening to sue if this passes, saying it infringes on a gun owner's right. the push is peeg lead by the mayor who wants to protect -- regulated by the mayor who wants this. if adopted, this could preempt the measure making it enforceable even if the measure passes. reporting live from sunnyvale, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. a new study from uc berkeley raises concerns about the outsourcing of airport workers. according to the study, the
share of airport workers outsourced to contractors grew from 19% in 2001 to 26% by 2011. during the same period, airport workers saw their hourly wages fall by an average of 15%. the airport workers declining pay faiths, efficiency, safety and security. the study was financed by the service employees international union. san jose police say they are making progress in the fight against gang violence. the department has budgeted over a million dollars for gang suppression this fiscal year which included putting more officers on the streets during high crime periods during the day. from january through september police say there were eight gang-related homicides. six fewer than the year before. police say there have been 193 gang-related crimes through september. that's compared to 228 last year. 7:10. the santa clara county board of
supervisors may soon comply with requests to detain undocumented criminal suspects. four years ago, the county agreed to hold suspects so that immigration agents could arrest them for possible deportation. but in 2011, the county passed a law saying they would only hold the suspects if the government reimbursed them for detention costs. on tuesday, the board will talk about whether that law should be changed. a suspect who was shot by suspect police in the marina district is due to appear in court today. the man is facing charges including ae ited on -- attempted robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and battery. prosecutors say police shot him after he tried to rob a man who was answering a craigslist ad for an iphone and then he ran from police. he's also facing charges on the peninsula related to another craigslist scam. 7:11. if you have been to the beach in santa cruz recently, you may have noticed a strange smell.
the paper worsts the algae -- reports the algae usually blooms from august through october. but it's hanging around a little later than usual. in addition to the smell, it can trigger allergies in people who are sensitive. santa cruz county is close to becoming one of the few places in the state that would require all cats and dogs to be microchipped. the county animal shelter manager is leading the push to make microchifs mandatory -- microchips mandatory. some pet owners oppose the idea saying it is expensive or the vets cannot explain what the implants -- what effects the implants have on the pets. tighter security on schools. why the school district says this step is necessary. a big vote in congress what
prompted the ceo of apple and the president to make crucial pleas to lawmakers. we're still following the crash that reportedly involves serious injuries in san ramon. we'll tell you what happened and happened when police arrived. skies are clear. it's cold out there. we'll take a look at the extended to see if there's any rain coming up in the next week or two. u can manage it all rigt from the palm of your hand. tyco integrated security. safer. smarter. tyco. you look like me.o that's it? no little debbie? that's because i am you. or who you used to be. back when you ate little debbie. i've got some tasty things. not like these. remember? donuts... aisle four. your love for little debbie is something you never outgrow.
current federal law prohib inters discrimination on the basis of the sex, race and national origin but it does not stop an employer from firing or refusing to hire workers because they are gay, less beian, bisexual or transgender -- lesbian, bisexual or transgender. president obama showed his report, he wrote, does it make a difference if the firefighter who rescues you is beau or the accountant -- gay or the accountant who does your taxes or the mechanic who fixes your car? the president encouraged lawmakers to pass the legislation. and tim cook the ceo of apple is also urging passing this. he writes in the wall street journal that "when people feel valued for who they are, they have the comfort and confidence to do the best work of their life."
7:16. new in egypt this morning, former egyptian prod, mohamed morsi appeared in fourth for theist -- president, mohamed morsi appeared in court for the first time since he was removed from power. he says he's the legitimate leader and the court has no jurisdiction to put him on trial. the trial was adjourned until january. he's in a secret location while awaiting his trial. he could get the death penalty if convicted. a man from mish twin claims he -- michigan claims he tipped off the fbi where to find osama bin laden. now he wants to be paid the $25 million reward. tom lee, he's an international jewelry marketer, says he told the fbi bin laden was hiding in pakistan in 2003. the fbi says bin laden's location was found using electronic intelligence and that it is likely bin laden
didn't build his compound in pakistan until 2005. 7:17. new information about the man accused in the deadly shooting at l.a.x. bob decastro is at the airport with more on what the suspect told police after the shooting and how it helped the investigation. bob? actually, we don't have bob right there at the airport. but we hope to check back in with him shortly for more on the shooting at l.a.x. on friday. back here at home, we're gonna check in with sal. see, you've got several things happening right now, some big stories, sal. >> reporter: that's right. in san ramon, we're gonna go back there because we're looking at the corner of south wedgewood and stone leaf. newschopper2 has been over it. there it is. the chopper is looking at this corner where the chp says a crash involving a pedestrian occurred about 45 minutes to an hour ago. san ramon police are there, they've taken over the
investigation. we have reports that the person involved in the crash, the pedestrian was seriously injured. we have a word out to police, it looks like they are putting out cones and they might make a hard closure here at the corner. let's take a look at westbound bay bridge. it's a 15 to 20-minute delay. don't have anything major going on on the bridge itself coming into the city. i want to look at the commutes really quickly just to show you. go to the maps. we can show you the traffic on 880 south is busy coming out from 238 all the way down to fremont. not too bad in oakland. 580 looks pretty good. look at contra costa county. 242 and 680 are slow into the walnut creek area and then 80 between highway 4 hercules, it's a long line of traffic heading to the macarthur maze. marin county is slow. let's go to steve. good morning, clear skies. there you are. good morning.
cold out there for many. a lot of 30s. mark in san rafael, 42. 35, pes pescadero. that's cold. bear with me. it's a quiet week. cold lows. sunny days. the weekend starts off on saturday and then clouds increase on sunday. next week looks like rain and snow. let's hope the models are not teasing us here. everything from around the 10th through the 20th is slam city. we'll see. we'll see as we get close. maybe the shorter range models will tell us. i've seen cold and wet projections out to the 18th, 19th and 20th. if that's the case, we'll go from all to a lot. today, tomorrow and wednesday look quiet. we have a lot of cold lows out there. there have been a few 20s. i did see an upper 20. ben lomond, 32. danville, 35. that's from bev.
palo alto menlo park, 30s. there's a bunch. we have clear conditions. some of that is holding up the temperatures. that's out towards eastern solano. yesterday's system is done. a lot of -- gone. a lot of sunshine. the days are very short. so we don't warm up that much. 30s, 40s or 50s. fairfield, 54. novato, 46. napa, 37. i mean there's some cool readings. two bits up in tahoe. 34 up in ukiah. a breeze in the 50s. sunshine, enjoy it while you can because it looks warmer for a couple of days. after that, we'll get a few high clouds. sunny and breezy for some. not for all. a little bit of frost. a cold morning. temperatures anywhere from 60s upper 60s for many to near 70 degrees. it's tough to get warm this time of year. santa rosa, i think, we'll get it. vacaville will get it. pittsburg, antioch, brentwood.
a lot of mid-60s. santa cruz will be warmer than anybody in the santa clara valley. 60s on the coast. mid-60s to upper 60s. san francisco to the peninsula. cold mornings. sunny days. a few high clouds. a little change, thursday, friday. increasing clouds on sunday. and 7:21. we have we -- we want to go back to l.a.x. for more information on the deadly shooting there on friday. bob decastro is live. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning, tori. well, the fbi is the lead agency investigating this. they are still trying to figure out a motive, why about 23-year- old paul ciancia walk into terminal 3 at l.a.x. and unload that semiautomatic weapon, killing that tsa agent and injuring three others. we do know that paul ciancia is still in the hospital in critical condition. he's under 4-hour guard. ewas -- 24-hour guard. he was shot four times, including in the mouth. he's unresponsive.
one of the things agents are looking at, the better letter that was -- the better found inside the duffel bag. in the note, he apparently described how he had this hatred for tsa agents and how he wanted to kill them. additionally, investigators are talking to ciancia's family. he's from new jersey. he moved here to southern california about a year and a half ago. apparently, had texted his father moments before he got in the car to l.a.x., talked about how he was unhappy and something that he told his father made his father call the chief of police in pensville, township, new jersey who then called police in l.a., the l.a.p.d. and by the time officers arrived to ciancia's house here in southern california, he had already gotten into a car on his way to l.a.x. they have also interviewed ciancia's roommate. one of them -- roommates. one of them drove him here to l.a.x. before the shooting.
that roommate apparently was not involved and did not know the intentions of paul ciancia. still unresponsive at this point. the tsa agent, the 39-year-old tsa agent, that was shot and killed, we understand that there will be a vigil tonight. he leaves behind two children, the two other agents injured, they've been treated and released and a 29-year-old high school teacher here in southern california, he's still in the hospital. he was shot in the leg and he has to undergoing another surgery for those injuries to his leg. but paul ciancia has been charged but the u.s. justice department for murder. he faces the death penalty. the investigation is still in the infant stages. back to you. >> all right. thank you, bob. 7:24. the impact of the nsa's spying scandal is hitting home now. the huge financial fallout predicted for some bay area companies. how concerns about erosion
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the forest service is preparing for the possibility of devastating mud -- mudd slides in the yosemite national park in the wake of the rirm fire -- rim fire. signs are being posted to warn park visitors about falling rocks and trees. soil conditions near the hetch hetchy reservoir are being closely monitored as well. it supplies water to san francisco. there may be one ballpark for the two big teams. what could force the oakland as to play their game across the bay. >> reporter: we're live where surveillance cameras will be installed at schools today. the reason why it is and why one official says she wishes the money went elsewhere. ♪
good morning. welcome back. live pictures. you recognize this. at&t park. home of the san francisco giants, san francisco. there's a possibility, tori, it could also be the temperature home of the oakland as. you heard right. the issue with the 0.com stadium coliseum that could create a very interesting
roommate situation there. >> yeah. >> a lot of people are talking about this. >> uh-huh. welcome back. good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. let's have a quick look at weather and traffic. >> hold on there, you guys. >> steve, i was gonna stay. you are a little out of position. [laughter] got a lot lot of information -- a lot of information from twitter nation. we have clear skies. it will be cold. there's a lot of 30s. some 40s. a few locations, especially out towards vacaville, fairfield. 54. antioch, 51. concord, 39. a couple of people checking in. concord, 38 degrees. napa, 30. san rafael says 36. there's a lot of 30s in the santa cruz mountains. even some low to mid-40s in san francisco. officially went 49. we'll go for a high of 64. it will be sunny today. temperatures look good, today, tomorrow, we get the north breeze. if you don't have any breeze tomorrow, it starts off cooler. if you do, you are sitting
around the 50s. we'll all end up with 50s and 60s. still nice and sunny. we're looking at a commute that's going to be busy in some areas and downright stop and go. it's busy in la fayette, as you head to the caldecott tunnel, there are no major problems. but it will be slow. eastbound 24 at claremont there is a report of a traffic hazard. that just came in. we don't know if it's a stall or something in the road. the bay bridge toll plaza, 10, 15 minute wait here. no major problems getting into san francisco. it's been a nice drive into the city. and if you are driving on the marin county commute this, on the peninsula, 101, it's slow, i think 280 would be the better way to go. 7:32. let's go back to the desk. all right, sal. did you hear this -- the oakland as could be moving
across the bay to play at the hole of the giants in san francisco? alex savidge joining us live. he's outside at&t park. you just got reaction from the oakland as. what did they say? >> reporter: just got that not long ago, the oakland as managing partner is confident the team will be staying put in oakland despite reports that have come out about the team possibly coming across the bay here to at&t park. a lot of as fans, they don't like this idea. we've been talking to them. they can't stomach the idea. their hometown team playing across the bay in san francisco. and sharing this ballpark with the giants. but according to a report in the san francisco chronicle, it's possible the two teams might be sharing the park for the next two season-- two seasons. the coliseums have not been able to work out a short-term lease agreement with the as. if no deal is reached, mlb is
promising to step in and make a move. the league is apparently playing hard ball and are demanding the kol lee low -- coliseum give them a two-year extension. a shorter lease would give as owner more flexibility to move the team either to san jose or out of the bay area. die-hard as fans say it would be sad. >> horrible, man. it's horrible. it really wouldn't be the same. the as are here. oakland, athletics. oakland. it wouldn't be the same. it really wouldn't. >> reporter: here's the statement that i just received from the oakland as this morning -- according to lew wolff, we plan to extend our lease and looked for to another season. the giants would have to give their okay to this. according to the chronicle,
there's no comment from the san francisco giants' president. alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. some students in the novato school district will soon find surveillance cameras mounted around campus. brian flores is live in novato where at least one school official tells him they wish the money went towards something else. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, tori. yeah, she says it's all in an effort to increase vigilance and decrease crime. the novato school district, not anything new. we've seen cameras astalled in the bay area -- installed in the bay area and around the country, but more are being installed here. cameras will be installed at four middle school and elementary schools this week. november vau toe's -- novato's superintendent says this is to
discourage damage and overall keep kids safe u the district says all of the cameras will be installed along the exterior, hallways and entrances and not in classrooms and bathrooms. about a dozen will be installed today. we spoke to the school's principal who said she's noticed vandalism and break-ins during her four years here. while it is meant to be a deterrent, she wishes the money could be sent somewhere else. >> if we could take that money and put it towards personnel, teachers, classroom supplies, everything we could impact -- we could impact the kids on a more personal basis and that would be better than the cameras. >> reporter: she says safety will always be a top priority. the district says it's spent more than $28,000 to install 48 new cameras. the district said last year they spent about $177,000 at
security cameras. as we take it back out here live, school districts within the county have installed cameras or are considering them. among them being considered, larkspur and the bolina stinson school districts. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:36. tonight, the cloverdale city council will address the safety of an intersection where two boys were hit on halloween. it's also the same crosswalk where a woman was hit and killed in july. the intersection is healdsburg avenue and south cloverdale avenue. on halloween, the two boys ages 12 and 14 were in the crosswalk when hit by a pickup truck. the driver said he did not see them. at tonight eight meeting, the city will -- tonight's meeting, the city will discuss installing four-way stop signs. police are hoping surveillance photo, this one here from a
mcdonald's restaurant, this know toe was taken on -- photo was taken on halloween in the mission district. investigators say it shows a man using a credit card belonging to 23-year-old paulos os in neft -- paulo netto. >> he said he was in trouble and some people were fouling him -- following him. he was hiding from those people. >> now, netto has been missing for a week. his family is now here in san francisco. they've hired a private investigator to help look for the man seen in the photo and also help out in the search. 7:38. in 90 minutes from now, a man accused of killing a federal investigator is due in an oakland courtroom for a preliminary hearing. randy alano is facing possible life in frison without the
possible -- prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of killing sandra coke. police found her body almost after a week being reported missing. investigators say the two dated briefly 20 years ago after they met in the santa rita jail. at the time, the suspect was behind bars. b.a.r.t.'s board of directors is expected to hold a special meeting within the next two weeks to vote on the new deal with its unions. the contract agreement will keep b.a.r.t. trains running for at least the next four years. the unions voted on friday to approve the deal. the board is now expected to rat tie the contract at -- ratify the contract at its next meeting. it alls for a -- calls for a pay increase of 16% over the next four years for b.a.r.t.
workers. voters will vote tomorrow on the plan to develop san francisco's b.a.r.t. front. they will be voting on two measures on a plan to build 134 luxury condos right across from the ferry building. supporters of the eight washington condo projects say this would generate millions of dollars in city tax revenue. critics say the high rise project creates housing that's not affordable for the middle school. in the meantime, voters will have their say tomorrow on several bal lott measures -- ballot measures in san mateo county. supporters say it would relieve
overcrowding in san mateo and pacifica school districts. voters in pacifica will weigh in on measure v. that measure asked voters to approve a 6.5% tax on all telecommunication services. a new development in the police shooting in santa rosa that's getting national attention. what the family of 13-year-old andy lopez plans to do today. a stunning development early this morning. blackberry is abandoning plans to sell the company. why the change of heart. good morning. right now, we have a look at the concord freeways and also looking at the san mateo and dumbarton bridges. things are very slow. this is the peak of the commute. a lot of sunshine today. oh, is it cold. for most. not for all. what about the warmer weather. is there any rain in the extended outlook. ♪
stock indexes are higher. more companies are reporting higher earnings. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is up 18. the nasdaq up 7. s&p is up 3. well, blackberry's stock has plunged taking a look, it's down over 12% after the struggling company abandoned its sale process and replaced its chief executive. the canadian smartphone miker made the sur -- maker made the surprise announcement this
morning. fairfax and other investors will put money into the blackberry which will remain independent. new executive leadership is expected to be in place later this month. wall street is all a twitter about the big dial planned for this week. pam cook is here with more. >> a lot of people use twitter, certainly, as we know. but is it a good investment. that will be the question. this morning's big news, twitter raised the ipo project between $17 to $250 to between $23 and $25 a share. wall street is pretty excited. could go public on thursday is creating a lot of buzz. a new associated press poll shows only 36% of americans believe investing in twitter is a good investment. 47% of those ads say it would not be a good investment.
in comparison in the weeks before facebook went public, 51% of americans thought that would be a good investment. later this morning, san francisco mayor ed lee will be out talking with people who live and work near the twitert building on market street. he wants to know what they think about twitter's initial public offering. the mayor plans to walk at market and 10th street. the city gave twitter tax breaks to bring the business to the area. so the city wants to know if it's been a good investment as well. in our next hour of "mornings on 2," we'll have more insight into weather will be a good investment when it goes public on the new york stock exchange. new reports say the u.s. navy bribery case in san diego may affect national security. the businessman is accused of bribing navy commanders with prostitutes, concert tickets and lavish parties. commanders in exchange gave
francis confidential information and even let him dictate the roots of some navy shoots. francis is accused of charging the navy fuel. edward snowden wants the united states to drop charges against him. snowden has been charged with federal crimes for leaking classified documents. he releesed a -- released a letter asking for international help to persuade the u.s. authorities to let him off the hook. snowden says he would testify before congress about the nsa surveillance programs. dianne feinstein says he already had that chance. >> he had an opportunity if what he was was a whistle- blower to pick up the phone and call the house intelligence committee, the senate intelligence committee, and say, look, i have some information you ought to see. that didn't happen. >> now, the documents snowden released about the nsa's surveillance programs around the world, they've angered many
u.s. allies. a high-testify research company -- a high-tech research says documents released by snowden says the nsa had customer information from google, facebook, apple. reportedly this has made companies around the world wary about doing business with american internet companies. sections of the old eastern span of the bay bridge will start to come down this week. crews have been preparing to tear down the old structure since the new span opened on labor day weekend. the demolition has been divided into three parts. the public is expected to see the first sections being removed starting this week. the complete dismantling is expected to take three years and cost $239 million. obviously, they have to do it
carefully. you don't want to damage that. and speaking of bridges, sal, you are watching the bridges and the baypoint area. >> yeah, the baypoint area, i wish it was better. it's not r it's still kind of slow coming in from pittsburg to baypoint. a lot of people are on 680 southbound through concord and pleasant hill. this whole area is slow. about the only thing i have to say, no make hoar crashes along -- major crashes along the way. when you get to the bridge, traffic is backed up autopsy the toll plaza for about a 15, 20-minute delay. it's not really changed much. as you get on the upper deck, it looks good. upper deck. well there is the upper deck west of treasure island, once you get on the span, it looks good. old habits dry hard. i have an icon on crash on pine hollow road in concord. this is near the middle school
and the elementary school in this area. so please give yourself plenty of of extra time if you -- plenty of extra time if you drive here. if you are driving near pine hollow middle school, they are investigating a crash that sent one person to the hospital. not a child. just a driver of a car. let's go to steve. all right, sal. thank you. a very good morning. clear skies. cold out there. a lot of the 30s even pes da der -- pescadero, nancy. it's cold as you get to the coast. cold lows. saturday looks good. clouds increase on sunday. everything says rain starting next monday and maybe going for a while. we need the rain. if we get closer and the forecast models back off, i will be disappointed. we need the rain. a lot can happen. clear skies after yesterday's
system didn't to much here. ben lomond, 32. danville, 34. palo alto, 36. petaluma, 37. sunshine, breezy for some. not for all. there is a low northerly component. we'll probably get an offshore breeze tomorrow. today it's 60s, upper 70s or very low 70s. that north breeze helps some hold the low up by 20 degrees. everyone says severe clear. 54 fairfield, 50 novato. if you get the breeze, it's mild to warm. if you don't, it's darned cold out there. 25 up in tahoe. 34 ukiah. 50 in sacramento. a little breeze out there. we have a lot of sunshine today. it looks good. high pressure is building in for about three days. we'll see a cooldown starting on thursday. but today through midweek, a lot of sunshine. cold mornings. sunny, breezy. the wind will tie off.
definitely helps some stay up. the days are so short, it's tough to warm up that much. upper 60s, low 70s. kentfield, 70. did see 41 in fairfax. santa rosa, 72. napa, 70. clearlake, 68. concord, pleasant hill, some low 70s. if you get the north wind. otherwise a lot of mid-60s to upper 60s. that includes almost everybody in the santa clara valley. 60s on the coast. 60s for everybody including much of the peninsula. upper 60s for a few. cold mornings, sunny days will not be as breezy. a little cooldown thursday friday. okay saturday. increasing clouds on sunday. >> it, steve. tropical storm sonya has been downgraded to a tropical depression as it hits land in mexico. the international hurricane center in miami says sonya reached the coast early today with maximum sustained winds nearly 35 miles per hour. forecasters say sonya will likely dissipate more today.
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improvement. that's why san francisco's district attorney teamed up asking cell phone providers to offer better security features. 7:55. despite the problems with the healthcare.gov website, more americans say they are beginning to understand how the affordable care act affects them. according to a new poll from the kaiser family foundation, 55% of people surveyed now say they have enough information to understand the law's impacts on their family. that's up 8 percentage points from a month ago. a new study suggests obesity may be causing some girls to enter puberty early. researchers in the bay area, new york and cincinnati tracked the development of more than 1200 girls. it found girls are starting puberty at least a few years earlier and obesity says that appears tosh the cause -- appears tosh the cause --
appears to be the cause. 7:56. the demand for wine keeps going up. but reports of a worldwide wine shortage. that may not be correct. earlier last week, morgan stanley predicted a worldwide wine shortable. the study says the shortfall was due to bad weather and fewer vineyards. however, winemakers in both livermore and napa valley say they've already seen above average yields. 7:57. new information about the deadly shooting at l.a.x. the actions by the alleged shooter right before he left for the airport and how close police came to stopping him. >> reporter: we're live at a busy san francisco intersection where a man in a wheelchair was struck and killed by a car this morning. what we've learned about the victim coming up. we're looking at commutes that are really slowing down and one of the freeways in the east bay is taking all of the traffic is seems. a lot of sunshine and warm
and octavia. the city says this is the most dangerous intersection in the city. it turned out to be just that early this morning. a man in a wheelchair was hit and killed by a car. we'll talk about the safety measures put in a couple of days ago to prevent this exact sort of thing from happening. monday. it's october 4th. >> actually, november. >> it is november. [laughter] >> sorry, tori. >> going back in time a little bit. >> thank you. let's get a quick look at weather and traffic. [laughter] all right, tori, yes. very clear. it's cold out there. temperatures will come up a little bit here. upper 60s very slow 60s. clear skies. that's for sure. but again, a lot of 30s this morning. a little breezy off to the eastern solano county. it will be wall-to-wall
sunshine. now we bounced off the morning lows. 54 fairfield. 51 antioch. not bad. a little breezy again. some of these higher elevations. you get the north wind. if you are in the shade, it will cut right through you. sunshine, breezy today, probably just sunny for the next couple of days. cold lows. a little bit warmer on the afternoon highs. could get slight offshore breeze starting tomorrow which would help warm things up. that system from yesterday is long gone. left behind, the cold air. a little breeze. a cold morning. northerly breeze. upper 60s, low 70s. 73. a lot of 60s. here's sal. good morning. we're still looking at the heart of the morning commute. we're seeing a lot of slow traffic there. out to the santa clara valley,
it's slow coming around the corner and getting into the middle of the valley. let's take a look at some of the other parties of the bay area. i want to show you the -- parts of the bay area. i want to show you. 880 is slow. westbound 580 is slow from highway 13 up until about lakeshore. if you are driving in contra costa county, we mentioned 680 is not having a good day. backed up from concord all the way down to danville. let's take a look at the bay bridge. still about a 15-minute delay. let's go back to the desk. >> all right. thank you, sal. new this morning, a man in a wheelchair is hit and killed at an intersection known as the most dangerous one in all of san francisco. katie utehs is there where she's just got new information about the victim. good morning, katie. >> reporter: good morning. i spoke with the medical examiner's office about a half- hour ago and learned that the man was in his 30s. they are still working to
positively identify him and notify next of kin. we may learn his identity as early as later this morning. overnight, was traveling on market. trying to cross octavia when a driver traveling struck him in the crosswalk, knocking both the man and his wheelchair all the way onto 101. now, from this video you can see the damage caused to the wheelchair from when we arrived around 3:00 this morning. san francisco police department investigators photographed the scene, then used a truck to remove the heavy custom wheelchair from the roadway. the driver of the car who hit the man stayed on scene as of this morning, police said he was not in custody. the collision happened around midnight. we spoke with the driver briefly. he did not want to talk on camera. from what i could see he was wearing a security guard jacket. he appeared shaken but coherent.
police have not said if the driver was speeding or who had the right-of-way. speeders were not surprised to hear about the deadly crash. >> even bicyclists run the red light. it's a busy intersection. >> reporter: activists have worked to improve this intersection for years. barricades and traffic cameras have been put up. investigators will be reviewing video to determine what happened leading up to this morning's deadly collision. now, back out here live, the most recent safety measure, new red light cameras from people making illegal right hand turns. you are seeing signage on market to prevent people from turning right and through the bike lane. you have cyclists, cars, and both pedestrians trying to cross the street. the fines will be $238 for illegal turns. the cameras went live november
1st. there will be a 30-day grace period. back to you. 8:04. today the family of a santa rosa teenager fatally shot by a sheriff's deputy will file a federal lawsuit against the county. it happened two weeks ago in santa rosa. 13-year-old andy lopez was shot and killed while carrying a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the civil rights lawsuit claims the sheriff's department encourages the use of deadly force even when there's no threat to public safety. the sheriff avenue department says this investigation is in the early stages and says the lawsuit is premature. we have new information about a stabbing late last night in santa rosa. it happened around midnight outside the internet cafe on guerneville road. police say a man and a woman stabbed each other during a heated argument. both were taken to the hospital. they are expected to survive. investigators think the violence stems from a lovers'
spat. new information about the man accused in the deadly shooting at l.a.x. the roommates of 23-year-old paul ciancia say he texted his family on friday morning and said he was going to commit suicide. his family called police to do a welfare check. but they arrived 45 minutes after ciancia had left for the airport. right now, he's heavily sedated in a hospital after being shot four times by police. he's being watched by tan armed guard -- by an armed guard. following shooting, the tsa is releasing information about how many guns are brought into airports. just one week before the shooting, 39 guns were seized at airport checkpoints nationwide. of those guns, 32 were loaded. besides guns, the tsa has intercepted knives, stun guns, even grenades from being taken on planes. the tsa says most passengers
say they forgot the weapons were in their carry-on bags. the birmingham airport is reopen after a bomb squad. around 4:00 yesterday afternoon, an employee found a note in the bathroom saying there was a bomb in the airport. the threat turned out to be false. passengers were allowed to turn about two hours later. 8:06. tomorrow, local elections will be held and in one south bay city, a controversial gun control proposal is on the ballot. janine de la vega joining us live in sunnyvale to tell us more about the measure and what people are saying. good morning, janine. >> reporter: good morning, dave. people definitely have their strong opinions we're here in a neighborhood where people have said there's been numerous break-ins. those who are against measure c say it can make their neighborhood a target. measure c would require a gun owner to tell police within 48 hours if their firearm is lost or stolen. it also requires gun owners to have their guns disabled with a
safety device or in a lock box if their firearms are not in their immediate possession. the measure prohibits ammunition magazines that can hold more than ten rounds and requires those that sell ammunition to log and track sales. >> sunnyvale is a -- we feel it's a very safe safety. we had a suicide and we feel that if the gun had been locked up or -- or if there were other circumstances the would have been prevented. >> reporter: a local gun store u.s. firearms is against the measure. opponents say it will generate lawsuits against the sit. the nra is threatening to sue if measure c passes, saying it infringes on a gun owner's constitutional rights. opponents say the measure will not prevent mass shootings. >> i understand the argument but i think if you look at a lot of these mass shootings, they are more to do with people being on these psychotic drugs.
you see that. that's a big tie to the people like that, like the unfortunate incident in connecticut. >> reporter: people in sunnyvale will get their chance to vote tomorrow, on election day. reporting live from sunnyvale, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. well, gun regulations will be debated tonight by the pleasant had i city council. a vote requiring a police permit for weapons dealers, that was delayed until tonight. under the proposal gun stores would not be able to set up shops close to homes, parks or closed. store ownser would have to go through a criminal background check. existing firearms dealers would be exempt from the location restrictions but would still have to submit background information to the pleasant hill police. 8:09. if you have been to the beach in santa cruz, recently, you may have noticed a strange smell. the paper reports the algae known as the red tide is casting a fishy aroma around the coastline.
the agile usually blooms from august to october but is hanging around later than usual this year. and in addition to the smell, it can also trigger originals in people who are sensitive. all cats and dogs in santa cruz county will get microchip i.d.s if the director has her way, calling this an anvaluable tool -- invaluable tool. opponents say some pet owners abandon their pets to the sheller because they don't want to be identified. we've been telling you about the reports that the two big league baseball teams might be sharing a stadium. the oakland as just responded to the news. this has been shaking up fans on both sides of the bay. and a big vote in congress today, the issue that prompted the ceo of apple and the president to make personal pleas to lawmakers. good morning. golden gate bridge traffic does
look good if you are driving south out of marin to san francisco. if you are leaving san francisco for the peninsula, there's a new crash. well, if you are up in napa county and your smark phone says -- smartphone says flurries, your phone is fine. it's the napa airport that has issues. it's clear. but how warm will it get? we'll be right back with that.
kyla cam bem is live in our washington, d.c. bureau to explain -- campbell is live in our washington, d.c. bureau to explain the discrimination bill. >> reporter: the senate is expected to vote later today on the employment nondiscrimination act. this bipartisan bill would keep employers with 15 or more workers from hiring, firing, compensating or promoting employees, based on their sexual orientation or gender identity. president obama said in the huffington post, does it make a difference if the firefighter who rescues you is gay or the accountant who does your taxes or the mechanic who fixes your car? and how tim cook, he argued, we found that when people feel valued for who they are, they have the comfort and confidence to do the best work of their
lives. all 55 democrats and at least five republicans in the senate support this bill, meaning it should get the required 60 votes to pass. but it's doubtful the republican-led house will sign onto this bill. live in washington, kyla campbell, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:14. new information about the controversial pro football bullying incident involving a former football star from stanford. jonathan martin left the dolphins last week and still has not come back. he abruptly left after teammating reportedly pulled a cool prank on him in the cafeteria. the nfl network is reporting dolphin guard richie in cognito has been suspended indefinitely, while this incident is investigated. martin, by the way, played for stanford two years ago. houston texans' head coach, gary kubiak is recovering after a health scare last night on the field. he collapsed. look at the circle there. after halftime during the game
against the colts. wade phillips spoke after the game. he said the team's medical staff fickly responded and put kubiak on a stretcher and wheeled him into an ambulance. the team says he did not have a heart attack. an investigation continues at the fraternity house in davis. someone tried to blow up the frat house with natural gas while students were sleeping inside. students at the fraternity woke up to the smell of gas and a small fire inside. police believe someone turned on the stove, filling the home with national gas. police say the explosion could have leveled the frat house and others nearby. family members and friends are mourning a nevada math teacher who died trying to save his students in a school shooting rampage. >> you've always been here and your friends and family knew that. but now the whole world knows. >> students say michael landsberry was trying to talk
the 12-year-old bam into sur ren derntd -- gunman into surrendering when he was shot and killed. two students are hurt but are expected to survive. landsberry was a former marine, and laid to rest with full military honors including a 21- gun salute. there's a new book out delving into the details into the 2012 campaign. the book is called "double down." the authors say president obama went through a crisis of confidence after his widely- criticized performance in the debates -- against mitt romney and their first debate. there was the possibility, they say of having joe biden and hillary clinton switch jobs. >> it's also interesting about clint eastwood's permance -- performance. >> talking to the chair?
>> yes. okay. back to sal. is it still crowded at the toll plaza? >> yes, we haven't seen breaks. sometimes we see breaks at the toll plaza but this morning we haven't. there's a little bit of one if you are driving on 880 -- 880. it's still a meaty backup, ten, 15 minutes before you make it on the bridge. certainly not bad but we would like to see improvement. we get used to good things fast. the san mateo bridge has been heavy as well. it goes off and on. we haven't had any major problems on the span. i want to mention on the peninsula, southbound 280 there is there a crash -- 280 there is a crash. there was a crash northbound 101 at 237 on the peninsula. so give yourself plenty of time if you are doing the peninsula route this morning, especially on 101. now let's go to steve. clear skies here. severe clear. temperatures starting off cold even san jose this morning. we had some upper 30s, not far
away from san jose airport. i think they bottomed out at 42. forecast headlines are a quiet week this week. cold lows, sunny, warmer. until about thursday. then we'll see a cooldown. okay on saturday. clouds increase on sunday. everything is saying rain and snow. also hope it holds. we need it. we've gone ten months without it. as we get closer to it, we'll fine tune this. that's what everything is saying right now. the screaming message. after yesterday's system went by, clear skies, left behind some cold air. morning lows, oakmont, ben low pund dripped -- ben lomond dipped. there were a bunch of 30s around here. even a few upper 20s as well. still, a northerly breeze that's not that bad. there will be a little component of it. it's holding up temperatures out towards fairfield, napa. the airport is 47. north napa, 56 because of the
northerly breeze. if you have a smartphone and it says flurries or snowshowers, it's a problem with the napa airport observation. it's not snowing. fair field ex57. 5 -- fairfield is 57. mountain view, 51. half moon bay is 54. some temperatures are rocketing up -- rocketing up. if you get the breeze, it's on the mild side. clear skies, a lot of sunshine. in fact, i think the breeze will tail off starting tomorrow. we might get an offshore component. that means the coast will warm up. there will be frosty mornings. northerly breeze is in place. that means some temperatures go up, up, up. already 57. fairfield, 60s and 70s. these are all wind dependent. vacaville, 73. low, 70s. brentwood, 65. alameda, berkeley, 67. oakland downtown, they might hit 70. some of the warmest temperatures will be near vurs.
there were -- near santa cruz. 60s on the coast. cold mornings, sunny days. cooler system moves into the north. quiet saturday, increasing clouds on sunday. you thill think he's the one -- you still think he's the one? >> you tell them, harrison ford. this was number one at the weekend box office. the movie enders game earned $28 million. it pushed bad grandpa into second place. 8:21. keafl's biggest -- california's biggest casino opens its doors in california tomorrow. plus -- going electric. the bay area city where tesla cars, they are the hottest
since then, keplar has found 30 of them. in july of 2010, the future of san francisco's vicious dog unit, not clear. in july of 2010, the vicious dog unit was called in. in this case, two dogs were attacking people in geg -- in golden gate park. tesla is now the top selling car in eight of the 25 wealthiest neighborhoods in the country. in atherton, it makes up 15% of all new car registrations in the last year. most success is in california
communenies it -- in california communities. drivers who rely on gas for their cars have seen gas prices move up here in the bay area, prices have been a bit more stable but they've dropped a nickel in the last week and 20 cents in the last month. the average price in san francisco today is $3.81. it's $3.67 in the rest of the bay area. 8:26. part of a bike path that will run from larkspur is cloverdale, it's open now. it runs from 8th street near western farm center to west college avenue near downtown santa rosa. there are plans to continue it to guerneville road next year. that 70-mile bike path was voted on and it was passed in
2008. people with the sonoma county bicycle coalition says it's taken five -- five years to build part of it. the san jose city council will soon decide where to build the city's new softball complex. some city officials say the property is south of east ridge small near quinnby road and capitol expressway would be ideal. however, others say the county fairgrounds on tully road would support more fields. and there will be a city council debate on this issue tomorrow night. the 228 million measure p park bond was approved 13 years ago. 8:27. tighter security at four middle school and elementary school campuses in the novato school district. what school officials hope to avoid by installing new surveillance cameras. >> reporter: and the oakland as moving into at&t park in san francisco to play all of their home games? a new report suggests it's a
that could create a very interesting roommate situation. it's november 4th. i'm dave clark. let's check in with weather with steve. >> we do have clear skies. temperatures are cold but they are starting to bounce off. there were some mid-50s already with a north breeze. therein lies the rub, if you will. we do have clear conditions. won't be any cloud cover. breezy for a few. if you get the breeze, there's a 20-degree spread between some of the lows and some of the current temperatures right now because of even distances that are not that far apart. 5 p fairfield, antioch is 54. napa airport was 37. they are now 46. while they were 37, i know close to north there was 56. you get a big difference. but the north wind is starting to pick up a little bit. 64 in san francisco. a nice day across the board. cold to mild. windy for some. it's a northerly breeze. if you get that 15, 25 miles per hour, even if it's less than ten. a lot of sunshine, sunny,
breezy for some. not mor everybody -- not for everybody. had a lot of 30s this morning. a northerly breeze will be with us. highs today, a lot of upper 60s, a few low to mid-70s. but mainly 60s, here's sal. we do have traffic that's still pretty busy. people are trying to get their work on this monday. you can see traffic is backed up for a 10, 15-minute delay. there's slow traffic. the chp is not reporting anything on the span. but i'm always checking. i'm checking as i do my traffic updates because things can happen in aninstant, as you know -- an instant as you know. northbound and southbound 101 traffic is doing okay. we've had some improvement on the livermore valley commute. westbound 580 slow through livermore but it gets better in dublin. as we move to 880, no a lot of improvement. if you are driving to fremont
or san jose in 880, bring the tunes. bring something that will keep you company in the car ride. it will be a long one. the oakland as responding to those reports the team may have to share a stadium with the giants in san francisco. alex savidge joining us live. you have received new information within the past half-hour. >> reporter: the as front office said there are no plans for the team to move here to san francisco, move into at&t park. they stay they are planning to stay put here in oakland. certainly, that's the kind of news that as fans were hoping for. we talked to a lot of them this morning. they were certainly disappointed as they hear about the possibility that the team could ditch the coliseum to come over and share the giants' digs here in san francisco. but according to a report in the san francisco chronicle, it's possible the two teams might both play their home games here at at&t for the next two seasons. the issue here is that the coliseum officials have not
been able to reach a short-term lease agreement with the as. the league is playing hard ball demanding that the coliseum authority give the as a two- year lease extension and not a longer deal. the report suggests that a shorter lease would give as owners more flex tibility if they wanted to move the team down to san jose or even to another city outside of the bay area. die-hard as fans tell me it would be sad to see the team move into another ballpark. >> i don't want them to move but if they are gonna move, i would rather it be in san francisco than san jose. >> reporter: this is the statement put out by the as this morning on this possible move. it says "according to managing partner lou wolfe, we intend to extend our lease in oakland and look forward to another great
season." at the same time, the giants would have to sign off on this agreement. according to the chronicle, no comment from giants' president, larry bear. live in this morning in san francisco, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. the golden state warriors will reportedly start calling their new arena project in san francisco a pavilion. now according to the chronicle, officials say changing the name will help better describe the project for piers 30 to 32 and also attract more voter support. the warriors will release revised plans for their new home along the waterfront. they are hoping to have it built in time for the 2017 nba season. the novato school district will be installing surveillance cameras at four middle and elementary school campuses. ktvu channel 2 reporter brian flores is live in novato and tells us the main motivation is
vandalism. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning. there's that and also a rise in break-ins as well. good morning. we're live here in front of this elementary school. they tell us they expect their surveillance cameras to be instauged later today -- installed later today. they will invaul the camera -- install the cameras at four middle school and elementary schools. the other schools will have theirs installed throughout the week. hamilton, san jose middle school and hill education center will also have cameras. novato's superintendent says part of the reason to install the cameras is to secure school sites, discourage the damage of property and overall, keep kids safe. the district says all cameras will be installed along hallways and corridors an entrances and not in classrooms and bathrooms. here at the middle school, they expect to have at least 12 exterior cameras installed.
we spoke with a parent who said safety is a concern. when it comes to privacy, he says he doesn't mind having the cameras around. [inaudible] >> it's not just vandalism. but there's actual break-ins and loss of school propertior destruction of school property. sometimes it can be, you know, graffiti on the walls. >> reporter: now, the principal tells me that safety is always a top priority but wishes the money could have gone to other needs like teachers' salaries or more student programs. overall, the district says they spent at least $120,000 for this recent batch of 48 new cameras and they also spent close to $177,000 on cameras installed at two of its high schools. we're live here in novato, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. 8:37. tonight, the cloverdale city council will address the safety
of an intersection where two boys were hit on halloween. it's also the same crosswalk where a woman was hit and killed in july. the intersection is healdsburg and south cloverdale boulevard. on halloween, the two boys, ages 12 and 13, were in the crosswalk when they were hit by a pickup truck. driver said he did not see them. they suffered broken bones and are recovering. at tonight's meet, the city council will discuss installing four-way stop signs. happening today, in about 30 minutes, a man accused of killing sandra coke is due in an oakland courtroom for a plim hearing -- preliminary hearing. randy alana could get life in prison ifth kd. coke's -- prison if convicted. coke's body was found a week after being reported missing. investigators say coke dated alana briefly 20 years ago.
at the time, alana was in jail. coke was investigating a death penalty case. some residents who live near peadmont avenue, they want the city to close down a bar after two shootings in a week. neighbors say a man was shot saturday after getting into a fight at eggbert's bar. a customer was last weekend while walking to his car. the family who runs the bar have installed security cameras and hired security guards. >> it definitely concerns me. it's people's life and safety at stake. in addition it hurts the reputation of the bar. it hurts the reputation of the neighborhood. >> the man shot saturday is listed in critical but stable condition. police say they don't think the two shootings are related. 8:39. we have new information on the desperate search for a missing man in san francisco. police now open a surveillance photo could provide an important new lead in this
mysterious case. this photo was taken on halloween at the mcdonald's on 16th street in the mission district. investigators say it shows a man using a credit card belonging to 23-year-old paulto. netto, a student -- paulo netto, a student visiting from brazil. his parents received a panic call from him. >> saying he was in trouble and some people were following him and he was -- he was hiding from those people. >> netto has been missing for more than a week. his family is in san francisco and has hired a private investigator to look for the man in the photo and help out in the search. b.a.r.t.'s board is expected to hold a special meeting to vote on the new deal unions. the contract agreement will keep the trains running for at least the next four years. the unions voted on friday to approve the deal. the board is now expected to ratify the contract at its next
meeting. it calls for a pay increase of 16% over the next four years for b.a.r.t.'s union workers. and the palo alto city council will meet tonight to discuss changes to caltrain. they are looking into a study to find out the cost of digging some underpasses and trenches. under the new design, high- speed rail and caltrain would share two tracks on the peninsula. many say they like the idea of underpasses because they are concerned about trains and cars both running at street levels. but the california high speed rail support says this plan would dramatic inincrease costs -- increase costs. the new braden casino opens tomorrow in rohnert park. it's expected to bring in a half billion dollars a year as well as attract 40,000 more cars to the area. the chp isic taing steps to keep traffic from backing up onto highway 101 from all of the streets surrounding the receipt society -- resort. they are encouraging guests to
take back roads to get to the casino. use alternative routes, plan your trip. don't just say, hey, let's go to the casino and hop off the only exit you know. >> when the thunder valley casino opened outside of san francisco ten years ago, traffic on nearby roads increased by 90%. get this -- the graden resort is almost four times as big as thunder valley. 8:42. counting down to twitter's ipo. the information we've learned about the company's stock and why everyone is not excited about the public offering. >> reporter: we're live at a busy san francisco intersection where a man in a wheelchair was struck and killed by a driver overnight. i'll update you on the investigation and tell you about some new safety measures aged at preventing red -- aimed at preventing red light runners. we're looking at traffic improving in some areas, but
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kellogg and cisco, a food distributor, their earnings beat analysts' expectations. taking a live look at the big board, the dow is down 12. the nasdaq, though, is up 6. and s&p is up 1. well, blackberry stock is tanking right now. it's down almost 14% after announcing a big shakeup this morning. the canadian company announced the ceo is stepping down. that's part of the deal that takes the smartphone maker off the market. fairfax holdings and other investors will put $1 million into blackberry. the deal is expected to wrap up before thanksgiving. and it will include new executive leadership. twitter is about to be the next bay area native to take on wall street. pam cook is in the studio to talk about the positive and
negative expectations for the company and the stock. >> good morning. twitter set to go public, it sounds like this thursday, and this morning they raised the project price to between $23 and $24. after disappointing moments from its bay area neighbor facebook, the question, sure, it's popular, but is twitter a good investment? now, new a.p. polls show only 36% of americans believe investing in twitter is good. 47% of those asked say is would not be a good investment. in the weeks -- before they -- in the wex before they went -- in the weeks before they went public, 51% said they should -- should go public. >> twitter has stumbled upon this. this presents a really good
opportunity for twitert. >> analysts agree twitter cannot plaster its sites with facebook and other sites. now, ed lee will be automatic talking with people who -- out talking with people who live near and he wants to note what they think. the mayor plans to start his walk at market and 10th street. back to the idea that people tweet while they are watching tv, possible source of revenue, almost 9 million tweets were sent during the oscars and during the last super bowl, more than 230,000 tweets were sent per minute. if the company can figure out a way to make money off the tweets, it could be the newest apple and google shining on wall street. today, the family of a santa rosa teenager fatally shot by a sonoma county sheriff's department will file
a federal lawsuit against the county. 13-year-old andy lopez was shot and killed while carrying a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the lawsuit claims the sheriff's department encourages the use of deadly force even when there's no threat to public safety. the oakland as denying a report that the as could play next season at the home of the san francisco giants. the chronicle reported the as would move across the bay and play at at&t park if the team couldn't agree to a new contract art the oakland coliseum -- new contract at the oakland coliseum. a man in a wheelchair hit and killed by a car at market and octavia around midnight. that's san francisco's most dangerous intersection. katie utehs is there now with more on what happened and katie, you have seen close calls out there since you've been out there this morning. >> reporter: dave, it's incredibly busy here at this
intersection. we witnessed and officer pull over a cyclist for blowing through a red light. around midnight last night, a man coming from where i'm standing in his wheelchair trying to cross octavia on market. a driver coming from octavia struck him in the crosswalk, knocking him and his wheelchair onto 101. you can see the mangled wheelchair in the video we took and officers photographing and clearing debris from the roadway. san francisco police investigators say the man in the wheelchair died at the hospital shortly after being hit around midnight. i spoke with the medical examiner's office about an hour ago and learned the man was in his 30s. they may release his identity. the driver of the car who hit him stayed on scene. the front passenger sideshows damage from the impact. we spoke to the briv -- we spoke to the driver briefly. he did not want to be interviewed on camera. he as of this morning was not in custody. police have not said if he was
speeding or who had the right- of-way. people say the deadly collision is another example of just how dangerous it can be. >> i'm not surprised at all. i see passengers, people passing these red lights all of the time. i haven't seen anyone making the right turn. people are going through the intersection way after the light turns red. >> reporter: commuters and cycling activists have expressed concerns about this intersection for years. several safety changes have been implemented including barricades and traffic cameras. investigator will be reviewing video to determine what happened in the moments leading up to the deadly crash. back out here live, i want to show you the most recent safety measures. that's a new read light camera for people making illegal turns from market onto the freeway. you can see where the photo
enforced no right--haurnd turn -- right-hand turn. the cameras went live november 1st. a citation is $238 for violaters. however, there will be a 30-day grace period. live in san francisco, katie utehs, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you. 8:51. speaking of traffic, let's check in with sal. things are looking better right now? >> it's improving in some areas we'll look at highway 4. i want to show you some improvement here. you can see a tumble weed rolling across the freeway. they are on 680, highway 24. look at 680 here heading down south. it's pretty slow heading through walnut creek. we also recently saw 24. that was slow heading up to the tunnel. people have made it a little bit farther. bay bridge a little better than it was but not much.
you can see it's backed up here. b.a.r.t., caltrain and muni not reporting any delays. today, you might want to think about taking public transportation might not be a better idea. steve on my facebook page, this whole giants/as thing is generating comments. >> i can't say i blame folks. >> right. clear skies. cold for some this morning. the northerly breeze, if that kicks in, the temperature can be a 20-degree difference. weekend looks okay on saturday. clouds increase on sunday and then cooler. everything a week away. rain and snow and it may last a while. we'll see, we'll see. we've had ten months of weather. everything is pointing in the direction. we'll ease into it as we get closer to it. that's what it is looking like it now. we have clear skies. not very warm. some morning lows were down there. i did see a couple of upper 20s. ben lomond, 21. sebastopol made it to 31.
palo alto, menlo park, 36. santa clara, 37. there were a bunch out there. we did have a lot of sunshine. not very warm. vacaville is already 55. fairfield is 57. i mean it doesn't take much. novato 54. a lot of those 30s have been replaced with 30s. even on the coast, 30s. not much of a breeze. but any breeze, especially if it's an early breeze. novato, santa rosa will bring the temperature up fast. 30 in tahoe. 25 this morning. saw 31 in ukiah. there will be cold readings. a little warmer monday, tuesday, wednesday. not a lot. i think today is the one day where we get the north breeze. things should calm down. a cold morning for most. but sunny for everybody. northerly breeze, some of the higher elevations out to the valley. temperatures, 60s to near 70. vacaville. 73. they are already 55.
santa rosa, 2 -- 72. might get to 74. a lot of low 70s. pittsburg is 54. berkeley, 67. 68 milpitas. 71 santa cruz. could be okay with an offshore breeze. a lot of 60s coast in the city and on the peninsula. thursday will be a little cooler. it will still be all right. about the same into friday. saturday starts off all right. sunday increasing clouds. turning cooler. leading to rain on monday. 8:55. the impact of the nsa's spying scandal hits home for some bay area companies. predictions of a huge financial fallout. [father]c'mon,buddy,you can do it.c'mon,reel it up, you gotta reel it up now,buddy. reel it up. [father] reel it up,you got him on there.bring him in. is that a bass? [boy] yeah,i got a big bass.
a high-tech research firm says the revelations of nsa spying on data kept by silicon companies could have an economic fallout of $180 billion a year in lost business. documents released by snowden show the nsa accessed customer data from companies and reportedly the revelations have made companies around the world doing business with american internet firms. thanks for making ktvu your choice for news.
hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. it is a new week and we have great new which had voes from the web "right this minute." cops race toward a woman's mangled car on the railroad tracks. >> she was trying to beat the train to get away from police. >> now, meet the driver who had no idea a second train was coming right at her. >> i kind of didn't know what happened. i'm pretty much unscathed. can a new type of