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we're live in san lorenzo where deputies are investigating a murder-suicide at a family home. we'll tell you what they believe the motive could be. a frightening wakeup call. the damage left behind for several families after flames raced through an apartment building in san francisco. it's a white christmas for many parts of the country today. that's not such a good think. the major problems it's causing. >> reporter: volunteers are hugingly prepping for a meal today.
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we'll talk to some of the volunteers -- coming up. "mornings on 2" starts right now. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." you are taking a look at live pictures from san -- san lorenzo this morning where police are investigating the tragic death of a husband and wife. police tell our crew it does appear to have been a murder- suicide. ktvu's tara moriarty is there. she's gonna join us in a few minutes with what family members at the scene are telling us about what happened. it is wednesday, december 25th. christmas day. i'm claudine wong. >> good morning. merry christmas to you. i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. rosemary, you are talking about beach-type weather. >> yes. another nice day when it comes to our temperatures well above the see -- seasonal average. it's also another spare-the-air day. unhealthy groups for the central east bay.
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over parts of the north bay. this is for people who have yasma, respiratory issues -- yas ma -- asthma respiratory issues. young, elderly, everybody you may want to limit your exertion. if you are gonna exercise, ride a bike, be aware of that. the winds are generally calm. i'm see a light breeze in hayward. sfo, a calm wind in half moon bay right about 5 miles an hour. but over in an around half moon bay, the winds have shifted from time to time. now coming in from the northwest earlier, it was the northeast, and those winds helping to, well, keep the numbers up at half moon bay. 55 degrees right now half moon bay. one of the warmest spots on this map. san francisco has jumped 51 outside your door. mid-40s in oakland. mid-30s in walnut creek. let's get to the inner areas
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where temperatures have sunk once again back into the 30s. 33 right now, sebastopol, 35 healdsburg. 42 petaluma. upper 30s, lower 40s for callie zoe ga -- calistoga. 48 in orinda. the sun will be up in less than an half-hour. we'll be seeing a turnaround. take a look at this. 70 degrees for oakland today. 66 san francisco. 68 in mountain view. 70 degrees san jose. we either tied or broke a couple of records yesterday. could do it again today. i will have a comparison for you coming up. we are still following developing news for you in san lorenzo where police are investigating what looks to be a murder-suicide. tara moriarty is live for us on the scene to tell us what family members and investigators are saying. tara? >> reporter: well, we just spoke to someone from the alameda county sheriff's department and obviously this is a horrible tragedy.
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you can imagine the family's heart broke, this happening on -- heartbreak. this is happening on christmas. a man killed his wife and then turned the gun on himself. and the 17-year-old son witnessed the entire shooting. this happened around 2:00 in the morning on via amigos the sister says 36-year-old the woman was shot by her husband and then he turned the gun on himself. the couple's four children were home at the time. the victim's sister said she learned this morning that her sister was having marital problems. >> last night, sheriff's office received a call here of shots fired. when they got there, they found a woman who was -- had multiple gunshot wounds and a male who had a single gunshot wound. at this point, we believe it's a murder-suicide. >> reporter: veronica rodriquez said her sister was a hard
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worker. she cleaned offices and worked at a fast-food restaurant to make ends meets. the children range in age from 112 to 20 -- 11 to 20. homicide detectives are here. a portion of the street is shut down. detectives say it's not so much who did this, they have figured that out. it's more the question of why. i'm tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. ten san francisco residents are out of their homes after an overnight house fire that broke out just after midnight. you are taking a look at video of the 1100 block of potrero avenue which is in the mission district. this video comes from josh jacobson. you can hee how -- see how intense the flames were. firefighters were able to contain the blaze after froerblt minutes. no one was -- 40 minutes. no one was hurt. investigators are trying to figure out what caused the fire. a judge has agreed with oakland children's hospital in a dispute whether or not to keep jahi mcmath on life support. she suffered serious complications after her tonsils
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were removed on december 9th and was declared brain dead three days later. yesterday, a judge ruled that unless an appeals court intervenes, the hospital does not have to keep jahi on life support. beyond next monday, december 30th. we still have her until the 30th. that gives us another week for the chance at a miracle still. there's still hope there for us. >> jahi's family still has not decided if they are gog to appeal -- going to appeal the ruling. they are considering moving her to a long-care facility. many around the country are freezing waking up to a white and very cold christmas morning. a lot of the midwest and the northeast has snow on the ground. this week's storm has left more than 500,000 people without electricity in michigan, new york and new england. temperatures fell below zero. still, there are a lot of people who say it's worth it just to have snow on the christmas -- on christmas. >> i think it's absolutely
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wonderful. we got a white christmas. what more can we ask for? tad bit on the bitter side. it's worth it. >> now, the wintry conditions have made traveling dangerous. dozens of cars were involved in this pileup near cleveland, ohio. luckily, believe it or not, no one was seriously hurt. a big ice storm in canada has left almost 200,000 people in ontario without power. the capital city of toronto was one of the hardest hit. this storm may be helping to rebuild the image of toronto's controversial mayor, rob ford. he's actively involved in making sure the lights get turned back on. that's a change for him. he's been in a lot of controversy lately for some bizarre behavior like this. he even admitted he has smoked crack cocaine. back here at home, if you are heading for the california coast this christmas day, there's a high surf warning for you. the national weather service says be aware of big waves and
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some sneaker waves along the coast between monterey and sonoma county. those waves can hit the beach without any warning and cover up land that had been dry just moments before. out-of-town visitors may not know about those dangers. this warning will continue through friday afternoon. a big disappointment for people who hoped to have a roaring fire today. today is another spare the air air day. the air district says it doesn't want to spoil anyone's -- anyone's holiday but -- >> you can imagine a cigarette being lit in the room, that impacts everyone in the room. wood fires are similar. >> very frustrating. you know, you are out there shivering in the cold and you want to come in and start your fire and sit down and watch tv or whatever and then you see on
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the news, another spare-the-air day tomorrow. >> officials say weather conditions have stagnated the air especially in the north and south bay. there are no signs of the weather improving any time soon. it's not the same as a real yule log but at least it won't violate the order. kicu 36 it televising that right now. that holiday tradition will run until noon. so after "mornings on 2" switch over. happening now -- one of the bay area's biggest holiday events to feed the needy is getting underway this christmas morning. volunteers at glide memorial church are cooking and serving meal for thousands of people. a lot of them are homeless as well. brian flores is there at glide. what's going on now? >> reporter: well, volunteers are very busy.
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volunteers are preparing to serve breakfast as well as lunch today. amy good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: merry christmas to you. >> merry christmas. >> reporter: talk to us about -- first off, you have a very interesting story. you are not a san francisco resident. you flew from where? >> my son and i came in from virginia. this is home for me. i grew up here. we wanted to sure. we're able to come out here and enjoy our family and we wanted to share the meal and the good feelings we're able to enjoy on our own. >> reporter: is this the first time that you've volunteered here? >> this is the first time we've been able to make it to glide. we're very happy to be here. >> reporter: talk to us about the preparations going on here today. what are you doing? >> we're cutting up turkeys and my son is down at the other end cutting up ham and making -- so far i'm on my third turkey only. >> reporter: you are making progress. >> yes. this gentleman is doing a great job. >> reporter: now that you came
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out from virginia, ur-- you plan to come back? >> i would really like to. we wanted to sign up before and didn't think about it in time. we hope to do it again. this is a great way to start the morning and set the tone for the day. great christmas day. >> reporter: absolutely. merry christmas to. >> you merry christmas. >> reporter: 500 volunteers. 5,000 meals gonna be served today. breakfast is being served right now. there's eggs, grits, ham, oranges, coffee. at 9:30 to 1:30, turkey, ham, stuffing vegetables and dessert which is gonna be very fantastic from what we're looking at. brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. hundreds of volunteers will help the salvation army in san francisco deliver warm meals and holiday cheer. 3600 meals are gonna be cooked, packaged and then delivered to needy families and senior citizens who live alone. at 10:00 this morning, st.
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anthony foundation in san francisco will serve thousands of holiday meals for the needy. yesterday, volunteers were collecting food and socks and other goods at a curbside dropoff. football players playing in the 2013 fight hunger bowl, they will be helping to serve about 4,000 meals. there's controversy over a gift-giving program at san quentin, the accusations being made against a prison. rise and sunshine, here comes the sun. we're on our way to another unseasonably warm day around the bay area. at this hour, it's a chill exbli start -- it's a chilly start.
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welcome back. 7:14. only on 2, employees and customers of an oakland convenience store say the justice system has repeatedly failed to protect them from a man they say has a long history of violence and harassment. 42-year-old galen pittman is accused of aggressive panhandling at the sana market on telegraph avenue for years. the owners say since 2011 when they got a restraining order against him, he's been arrested for violating the order 21 times. most recently on monday. >> don't know what to do anymore. we wish we could do something about it. it seems like they don't want to help or do anything about it. >> the storeowners say they have surveillance video of him harassing customers. prosecutors say they routinely file charges on restraining order violations but it doesn't seem to be enough. he's reportedly causing trouble across the street at a church. pittman right now is in jail on $20,000 bail for violating the
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restraining order and probation. there's a new report out this morning that the target cyber attackers managed to get information, more information than they first thought. one bank executive says the hackers managed to steal encrypted personal identification numbers from credit and debit cards. now there are concerns that thieves may be able to break the encrip shin cord -- codes. we're actuallying hearing that some cvs, walgreens and starbucks are open today. but other retailers can take a break before the rush starts tomorrow. christmas eve brought plenty of shoppers into stores as late as 10:00. some people were picking up one or two more gifts but others admitted they still had a lot of shopping to do. >> i've been working like all weekend. so this is the first chance i've gotten to finally get all of the stuff for my
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grandparents and my boyfriend's parents and everybody pretty much in my family. >> and some shoppers told us they like buying gifts at the last minute. they did find bargains that they wouldn't have if they finished earlier. ums stated demand was much greater than forecast. so some shipments had to be delayed. u.p.s. says drivers made deliveries all day on christmas eastern but packages that didn't make it on time will likely be delivered tomorrow. well, many shoppers report getting some after christmas sales prices late last night. the after christmas sales don't officially kick it tomorrow when -- until tomorrow when christmas is over. macy astores will be --
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macy's stores, their doors open at 6:00 a.m. home depot starts business at the hour. old navy,s sears and target open at 7:00. apple and toys 'r' us are going to welcome customers beginning at 8:00 a.m. most normal people have christmas day off today. the dowrts -- the courts, city, county and federal offices are closed. so are banks and post offices. however, there's no standard mail delivery but there is priority express mail today. products carrying a label that says made in america and sold in california. they have to meet a higher standard than sim products sold in -- than similar products sold in any other states. in the other 49 states, lawyers say all or virtually all components are made in the u.s. california is considering reducing that standard to allow
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components not available in the u.s. to be included. the state school superintendent says california schools are in much better financial shape then they were three years ago -- than they were three years ago. he said money from proposition 30 is helping to rebuild programs that were cut during the budget crisis. he said the state is focusing on implementing new standardized tests this coming spring. 7:18. and rosemary, dave said normal people get the day off. i guess we're not normal. [laughter] >> far from normal. [laughter] >> we'll take that. it's going to be another nice day. take a look at this beautiful sunrise. so the sun is coming up. temperatures are bottoming out. we'll begin to see a turnaround. it's a chilly start once again. it's also a spare-the-air day. a few high clouds circulating around this ridge of high pressure. that's what you saw there in that live view. the hazy sky providing for at least a pretty sunrise later
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today. the sky might not look so pretty. we'll have the haze out once again. that ridge of high pressure and the sinking air associated with it. driving our temperatures once again back in the 60s. a few low 70s in the forecast for the afternoon. and we're talking about the possibility of rip currents as well as large breaking waves along the coastal beaches. that to be aware of. you may want to go out and play in the sand for today. 30 degrees at santa rosa right now. san francisco checking in at 49. we're looking at 37 in concord and in our inland areas, right around san ramon. we're talking livermore. trying troo tote go that -- trying to get that to pop up. most of us in the mid- to upper 30s, san jose, 38. this one will look for me. let's take a look at cupertino, 39. 38 in cam bem. 39 for mountain view and 38 outside your door in palo alto. as we get into the second half of the morning, temperatures will begin to warm and by the afternoon, take a look.
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70 for berkeley. 67 in concord. 70 for oakland. 66 san francisco. mid- to upper 60s for the north bay, 67 novato. 67 in napa. along the coast, upper 60s in pacifica, low 70s for santa cruz. for our inland areas right along the santa clara valley, we've got 70 for san jose. 70 morgan hill. and 70 for gilroy. let's take a comparison here. some of the standing records and some we may beat, san francisco coming in at 66 this afternoon but it will only take a degree to tie the record. oakland perhaps breaking a record. livermore may break that record there and san jose may tie a record set back in 1901. the extended forecast here about your bay area weekend always in view, showing you dry conditions. we do have an increase in the clouds coming our way. a slight cooldown perhaps thursday into friday. not going to see any rain out of the system but it should improve our air quality a bit as we get into the weekend. dry, mild, temperatures in the mid- to upper 60s.
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back to the desk. there's been a lot of attention on the opening of the great -- graton casino in rohnert park. >> they talked about this great facility. we thought we would come out. >> now, one of the customers, a man was robbed an beaten in the parking lot. the continuing search this morning for whoever did it and how they hope to catch that person. and we take you down a street in alameda that every year brings thousands of visitors from around the bay area and beyond.
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hand out more toys than usual. one family yesterday received toys, food and a christmas tree. family members of inmates at san quentin say toys donated for visiting children are being taken away from a prison employee. every year, toys are collected as they leave the prison room. this year, family members say a prison sergeant decided each child could only receive two twists per visit. they said that rule was not in place in previous years. family members also say the same sergeant allegedly took toys away from kids. fans of the 49ers and giants are dropping by candlestick park realizing the old stadium could be gone by this time next year. many wanted to take one more
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photo and go to a spot where a lot of happy memories for their family and friends were created. they have until february to cancel their lease with the city and take out belongings. demolition is comot not expected -- is not expected to begin until late next year. some people who live or work nearby are look forward to the new development -- are looking forward to the new development. >> that will be good. >> that development -- take a look at this -- it's expected to look like this in 10 to 15 years from now. developers want to build 6,000 homes with 30% of them affordable housing. there will be 700,000 square feet of retail space and a performance arena. and you can keep on sending us your memories of candlestick park. post on our facebook page or tweet us with the hash tag farewellcandlestick. a christmas morning tragedy
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in san lorenzo. what we're learning happened there about an hour ago. a big noise, a big mess. a car slammed into the house in the south bay. we'll tell you what witnesses saw moments before the crash. the sun is up and for the afternoon, those temperatures will soar well above the seasonal average, perhaps even breaking a few records for today. i will have a look at the number expected in your area coming up.
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police in san jose have arrest the two people suspected of a treat -- arrested two people suspected of street racing with a car ending up in a house. witnesses say two cars were racing when one was clipped by a third vehicle. one of the automobiles spun out
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of control and crashed into that home. how do you manage to get a car over here into a house on the straight street? >> i'm thinking it's probably some young kids out here getting busy. personally, that's what they do. there's no respect for nothing. >> officers say one person inside the car was treated for moderate injuries. no one inside the house was hurt. alameda county firefighters made sure a county burned out of its union city home could celebrate christmas. >> merry christmas! >> firefighters caught up with 16 members of the family who are now living at a relative's house. the firefighters brought toys and holiday cheer. seven people were living in the union city home with nine more visiting from out of town. sometimes kids don't understand what fire does and don't understand what goes on after a fire. it was great to see the kids
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smiling. that's why we do the job is to make people happy and take care of everybody. >> a grandmother and 1-year-old were inside the house when the fire started. 7:44. twitter went public less than two months ago but its stock is already a favorite for a lot of investors. twitter's stock finished yesterday's shortened trading day at just under $70. that's up almost 8.5%. it's the sixth time this month the stock has gained more than 5% in a day. twitter's stock is up more than 150% since the i po early last month. there are several reports that japan's soft bank is lining up financing to buy t- mobile. soft bank is the majority owner of sprint. the third biggest wireless carrier in the country. if this $20 billion deal goes through, the can combined companies would leapfrog at&t and become the second biggest
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wireless company in the u.s. that could cause objections to the deal. critics say if the deal goes through, consumers will have fewer options and prices could go up. gases prices around -- gas prices around the country are inching up according to aaa. the national average price is $3.26 a gallon. that's up a nickel from this time last year. bay area prices, they are also up about 4 cents. san francisco's average price is $3.69 for regular. that's a dime less everywhere else here in the bay area. well, supporters of same- sex marriage had another legal victory in utah. a federal appeals court rejected the state's request for a stay on issuing same-sex marriage licenses while that case works its way through the courts. a federal judge last week struck down a law passed by utah voters banning gay marriage. since friday, almost 700 same- sex couples have been married. emout spitzer and -- eliot
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spitzer and his life are splitting up. they issued a statement saying they rebret their marriage is over -- reflect their marriage is over and would not make any comments. his wife stood by her husband when he was disgrayed by a prostitution -- disgraced by a prostitution scandal. well, mcdonald's is dishing out health advice to employees that in part tells them they may not want to eat what they serve. on the employee website, it tells workers not to eat fast food. the entry describes it as high in fat and sodium. they also say pass on the sickles and eat -- pickles and eat less salt mcdonald's is responding to the report saying the comments on the website was taken out of context and is often taken from third parties and posted. a restaurant in colorado
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springs has a very unusual business motto. its men knew has no prices. customer at the seeds community cafe can order whatever they want and can pay what they can afford. a team of volunteers work in the cafe. many are working for their meals. the nonprofit restaurant opened in september with a geal of providing -- goal of providing organic food to everyone in the community. >> everyone eats with dignity and respect. so that's a gift. you know, people are grateful for that every day. they love the fact they can order anything off the menu. >> those are no-set prices on the menu, and the suggestion donation is about $10. 7:48. let's head right over to rosemary on this christmas morning for a nice forecast. i'm telling you, if it can't be a nice christmas, it might as well be a warm one. >> that's exactly what mother nature is serving up over the bay area. widespread upper 60s to low 70s in the forecast giving you a live look here over jack london
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square. notice the flags are calm. it's a calm start for the morning. in the hills, though, the winds are blowing. the east bay hills seeing those winds to about 35 miles an hour. they will begin to die down a little bit later. 35 walnut creek. 36 in concord. and 33 in fairfield. another cold start this morning for our inland communities. over parts of the north bay, freezing in napa. 32 for you. subfreezing santa rosa. you've been holding onto that number for the last hour. the sun is up we'll see the temperatures rebound. around the bay, 46 at sfo. low 50s in downtown san francisco. 55 in half moon bay. let's head to the will. we'll take a closer look into belmont. 47 outside your door. 37 foster city. 34 in menlo park -- we're looking at a chilly start outside your door. temperatures right along that saratoga stretch, 40 degrees right now.
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giving you a look at what we can expect as we wrap up december, dry and more dry weather. the ridge of high pressure, not going to break down any time soon. so we'll continue with the hazy skies. today is a spare the air day. temperatures in the 60s, a few low 70s out there. we're still looking at perhaps ending the year as one of the driest if not the driest on record. here's a look at what we do see. changes in the forecast. i'm gonna fast forward into friday morning. a weak system going to brick us an increase in clouds. it will sweep through. you didn't see any rain on the graphic. but it will hopefully improve the air quality when it passes through. better air quality on the way for saturday. between now and then, hazy sky and hair the spare for today. 70 in berkeley for the afternoon. 70 in oakland. 66 for san francisco, upper 60s over the north bay. 66 for antioch as we get into the santa clara valley, 70 for
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you. 70s in santa cruz. upper 60s half moon bay. 67 degrees in san mateo. the extended forecast here, your bay area weekend, always in view. the exebs tended forecast -- extended forecast showing you what i explained a moment ago, perhaps a tad cooler as we get into thurt and friday. in -- thurbs and friday -- thursday and friday. upper 60s to near 70 degrees as we get into the weekend with dry, mild weather. back to the desk. a bay area judge makes a very difficult ruling about jahi mcmath. the teenager on life support after tonsil surgery. >> this is paramount moving forward for other parents to understand that they do have rights. >> what the judge ruled and how jahi's family is responding. and two stolen gnomes have been reported to a family.
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welcome back. 7:53. we're hearing for the first time now, 911 calls made during a deadly shooting rampage at a medical facility in reno, you can hear the fear when the workers, they -- in their voice, when that gunman entered that building. >> is he trying to get in? >> he's trying. i don't want him to hear me. [inaudible] >> they are on the way. i need you to stay calm. >> reno police confirmed the shooter, 51-year-old allen oliver frazier was a former patient there and had complained about a botched vasectomy in 2010. he killed one person before killing himself. authorities in fremont searching this morning for the owner of a pit bull that they say attacked police officers, firefighters, a grandfather and his son before police shot and killed him. this happened saturday. police say the dog bit a child's foot and injured the
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grandfather's hand. when a police officer approached it with a baton, the pit bull grabbed the baton and ran away. that dog later charged at firefighters who were treating the injuries of the grandfather and his grandson. and when the dog charged at police again, a police officer shot and killed it. a family in concord feeling better about the christmas spirit now after someone brought back two holiday gnomes stolen last month from their lawn. we first told you about this during thanksgiving. frank and janet put up a sign, pleading for the return of those gnomes. they were made by their daughter carolyn when she was 8 years old. well, carolyn died two years ago at the age of 54. the family has not celebrated christmas since her death. when they saw the gnomes had been brought back christmas eve, their holiday spirit came back, too. >> i took a double take. i ran into the bedroom yelling
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at janet, our gnomes had returned. >> wake up! >> she said no. i said yes. >> they put out a sign thanking whoever brought back the gnomes and said their faith in humanity has been restored. a charity in vallejo received a helping hand. wrapper e-40 grew up in vallejo and troped by yesterday to spread some holiday cheer and i gave out -- and gave out bicycles and presented the charity with a check for $10,000. the rapper whose name is earl stevens said he made the donation because of the tough sometimes many in the city are facing. >> when you need food clothes, when times are hard, during hardship, this is the place to go. they always extend a hand. you know, the community comes together and they all pitch in. >> the salvation army said that it was facing a shortfall this
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holiday before stevens called up to offer his donation. well, the nfl may own thanksgiving but christmas is about the nba. tonight, the golden state warriors are going to host the clippers at oracle. the warriors are coming off a victory against the nuggets. it was their first win this season when storing fewer than 90 minutes. it should be a sea of white at oracle. every fan will get a white t- shirt, the warriors are planning for a whiteout against the clippers. >> all right. 7:57. christmas morning holiday cheer and giving back to the community. we're live among the volunteers and the food in san francisco. brian flores will give you a live report on the thousands of holiday meals being served at glide memorial church. we're live in san lorenzo on the scene of a murder suicide this christmas morning. we will tell you what the victim's sister is saying about a pobs motive.
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-- possible motive. and i will have a look at your current conditions -- coming up.
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welcome back to "mornings on 2." these are live pictures. we're at san lorenzo. police are investigating the
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tragic death of a husband and wife. police say this appears to be a murder-suicide. we'll tell you what family members are telling our reporters there about a possible motive. stay tuned in a couple of minutes. welcome back. i'm dave clark. >> i'm claudine wong. tori campbell has the morning off. want to wish everyone out there a very merry christmas. want to start you off if you are just joining us with a look at the weather. rosemary is in for steve. her present to us is pretty nice weather. >> yes. we have some warm weather coming our way once again. we'll be with the hazy sunshine. it's another spare-the-air day. the ridge of high pressure still in control of our weather pattern. the sinking air associated with that ridge of high pressure. putting a lid on the atmosphere and driving that pollution right here where we reside. this to be aware of for your afternoon if you plan on being outdoors and enjoying that warm weather. 60s, 70s, from the coast around the bay and inland for today we
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could see a record or two by the end of the day. air quality will be an issue. folks with asthma, respiratory issues for parts of the north bay, the central bay along the coast and the inner east bay. if you live in the santa clara valley, notice this shade is red. that means unhealthy for everybody. children, adults if you are gonna be outdoors and playing, that to be aware of. temperatures still in the 30s for our inland communities. low to mid-30s santa rosa, napa. we have cold conditions for our inland communities, fairfield, concord, antioch, into livermore, upper 30s to near 40. as we get into the next our so we'll begin to see the temperatures turn around. we're stopping at 10:00 a.m. widespread upper 40s to low 50s in and around santa rosa along the peninsula and areas right around fremont, san jose and then for the lunch hour, upper 50s to low 60s in the forecast for the second half of your day. here is a look at what you can
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expect in san francisco. 66 for today. 68 in hey regard -- hayward. 70 in san jose. 68 for santa rosa. again we may see a record or two. i will have a comparison chart for you -- coming up. all right. 8:01. we are following developing news in san lorenzo. alameda county sheriff's deputies are investigating a christmas morning tragedy. ktvu's tara moriarty is there at the scene with what appears to be a mudd suicide. tara -- murder-suicide. tara? >> reporter: unbeknownst to people who didn't live in the home, the couple was reportedly experiencing marital problems. this is a horrible tragedy to happen on christmas day. a witness says that the husband shot his wife, killing her and turned the gun on himself. the 17-year-old son witnessed the ent tire thing -- entire thing. we're on the corner of via amigos and via lucas. this happening around 2:00 this morning. the victim's sister said that
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her 36-year-old sister was shot by her husband, john. she suffered several gunshot wounds. then john killed himself, dying of a single gunshot wound to the head. all of the couple's four children were home at the time. the victim's sister said her nieces called her this morning with the news. >> they just told me they were having problems in their marriage. >> reporter: nobody expected something like this? >> no. no. we don't expect nothing like this. like any marriage, sometimes we have problems. >> there's no threat to the neighborhood or community. that is unfortunately a very tragic incident that occurred on christmas. and we're working to find out not so much what happened but why it happened. >> reporter: veronica rodriquez says her sister was polite, a hard worker, she cleaned offices and worked at a fast- food restaurant to make ends meet. the children, two boys, two girls range in age from 11 to
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20. homicide detectives are here pro session the scene -- processing the scene. we have not seen the coroner yet. so we expect this portion of via amigos to be shut for dwight sometime as the -- for quite sometime as this progresses. ten people in san francisco were chased out of their homes by this overnight house fire. started around midnight in the 1100 block of potrero avenue in the miss drtion -- mission district. you can see how intense those flames are. he also provided us with photos showing some of the residents gathering their belongings after wards. fire crews were able to contain it after about 40 minutes. no one was hurt. investigators are still trying to figure out the cause of the fire. an alameda county judge has sided with oakland children's hospital in a dispute whether to keep jahi mcmath on life support. she suffered serious complications after her tonsils
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were removed on december 9th and then was declared brain dead three days it laker. yesterday, a judge ruled that unless an appeals court intervenes, the hospital does not have to keep jahi mcmath on life support beyond next monday, december 30th. this is paramount moving forward for other parents to understand that they do have rights, just the right to know that you are entitled to, you know, second and third opinions. >> jahi's family still has not decided if they are gonna appeal the judge's ruling. they are considering moving her -- her to a long-term care facility. more than 500,000 people are still without power this christmas morning. thanks to the winter storm that hit much of the u.s. that storm made traveling dangerous. dozens of cars crashed in this pileup. that's near cleveland, ohio. no one was hurt. an ice storm in canada has left 200,000 people without power. toronto, one of the heardest areas hit.
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that storm may be helping to restore the image of the mayor, ford. >> we're gonna stay here every day including christmas day until every light is back on in the city. >> mayor ford's handling of the storm is in contrast to a very public mis-- series of missteps which started with his admission that he smoked crack cocaine. if you are heading for the california coast on what will be an unusually warm christmas day, you should know about a high surf warning. the national weather service says be aware of big waves and some of those sneaker waves along the coast between monterey and snow county -- snow na county -- sonoma county. out of town holiday visitors may not know about the dangers. that warning remains in place until friday afternoon. big disappointment for people who were hoping to celebrate christmas in front of a roaring fire in the fireplace
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today. we've got another spare-the-air day. the bay area air quality management district states they don't want to spoil your holiday plans but we have a brown haze hanging over most of the bay area. and burning wood accounts for about a third of the pollution in the air. you can imagine a cigarette being hit in a room. that impacts everyone in that room and wood fires are similar. >> very frustrating. you know, you are out there shivering in the cold when you want to come in and start your fire and sit down and watch tv or whatever. and then you see it's another spare-the-air day tomorrow. >> officials say weather conditions have just stagnated the air, especially in the north and south bay. and there's no sign of the weather improving any time soon. i want to show you this -- can you imagine this beautiful live picture. it's not the same as a real yule log. at least you won't be breaking
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the spare the air rules. kicu tv36, our sister station, is televising this yule log on television. you can see the yule log. you can sense the. what of it. this holiday -- you can sense the tradition of it this holiday. it will be another busy but fulfilling day at glide memorial. volunteers are serving breakfast and preparing for a big lunch. brian flores is live for us at glide with the prep work being done right now. very busy out there. >> reporter: no question about that. good morning and merry christmas to you. take a look at the volunteers. cutting up vegetables and the ham. breakfast began about an hour ago. the work not over for these volunteers. some flew from the east coast to be part of this today. but it's actually been very
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busy for volunteers here at glide. a few days ago they gave around 8,000 gifts to kids and yesterday they served 3,000 people at a christmas eve dinner. 2200 pounds of prime rib were donated. about 500 volunteers are set to serve meals for the less fortunate, a lot of dicing, prepping and chopping. also getting up early for many as well. >> my son and i came in on friday and we had heard about this before, we signed up. you had to sign up early for christmas. came in here to volunteer because this is a really great organization. i grew up in san francisco. this is home for me. >> reporter: now, glide began preparing for the holiday meals back in zwrul and then started -- july and then started to order the food in october. eggs, grits, ham, oranges, bis kisses and -- biscuits and
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coffee will be served for breakfast. and then at lunch, they will serve turkey, ham, stuffing vegetables and dessert. more volunteers are coming. many koch football players -- college football players. players from the washington huskies and byu cougars will be here around lunchtime to serve meals as well. we're live here in san francisco, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. also this morning, hundreds of volunteers will help the salvation army in san francisco deliver warm meals and christmas dheer. 3600 -- cheer. 3600 meals will be cooked and packaged and delivered to those in need. at 10:00 this morning, the st. anthony foundation in san francisco is also go going to serve thousands of holiday meals to the needy. yesterday, volunteers spent the day collectinged into and other foods at the curbside dropoff. football players are going to help serve about 4,000 meals. >> that's good. there was also a holiday tragedy this morning in the
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south bay on this christmas day. the investigation going on now to a woman hit and killed by a vta train early this morning. and endless complaints about a panhandle in oakland. the trouble he's accused of causing despite more than 20 restraining orders in the past two years. it's a story, you will only see on 2. our seasonably mild weather pattern will continue for your holiday. i will have a look at the numbers for your area. and the extended forecast and whether or not there's any rain in sight.
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report of a man who constantly harasses customers at an oakland convenience store, 42-year-old guylen pittman is accused of aggressive panhandle at the sanan market. they say since 2011, when they got a restraining order against him, he's been arrested for vite lag -- for violating that order 21 times. most recently on monday. >> we wish we could do something about it. >> pittman is accused of causing trouble even across the street at a church. he's right now behind bars on
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$20,000 bail for violating the restraining order and probation. there's a new report that the target cyber attackers managed to get more information than first thought. one bank executive says the hackers managed to steal encrypted personal identification numbers from debit and credit cards. and now there are concerns that thieves may be able to break the codes and make fraudulent withdrawals from bank accounts. so far no no comment from target. christmas day means nearly all retail workers can finally take a break before that rush starts all over again tomorrow. christmas eve did bring in plenty of shoppers as late as 10:00 last night. some people said they were picking up just one or two gifts. others admitted that they had a lot of shopping to do. >> i've been working all weekend. this is the first chance i've got to get the stuff for my
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family. >> and some shoppers told us they like the last-minute gift buying experience because it adds extra ex -- extra excitement to their holidays. otherses say they get -- observes say they get discounts that are not available earlier in the season. in a statement on its website, u.p.s., said the demand was much better than -- greater than forecasted and some shipments are delayed. drivers made deliveries all day but the packages didn't make it on time won't likely be delivered until tomorrow. retail starts -- retail experts say after christmas sales started last night before can christmas. [laughter] >> of course, the clearance stores in the stores don't take place until tomorrow. the biggest discounts will be on clothing, brand-name electronics, especially televisions and the holiday decorations.
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macy's stores are going to be among the first to kick off those clearance sales tomorrow morning. those doors open at 6:00 atm. home depot will open at that hour. if you want to shop at old navy, sears or target, you have to wait until 7:00 and then apple and toys 'r' us stores will open up beginning at 8:00. most people have christmas day off today. courts, city, county and federal government offices are closed. so are the banks and the post offices. while there's no -- while there's no standard delivery, priority express mail will be delivered today. california is considering a plan to reduce the standards for products to carry labels saying made in the usa. right now, products can only use the label if they don't  have any components made or assembled outside of this country. in the other 49 states, there's a lower standard with "virtually all components made in the saw but there's no legal definition for that term."
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southern california's school superintendent says california schools are in much better shape financially than they were three years ago. he told the contra costa times that money from proposition 30 is helping to rebuild programs that were cut during the budget crisis. he says california is now focusing on implementing new standardized tests this spring. a 6-year-old girl in the south bay is recovering after getting hit by a car. the child's injuries are serious but they are not life- threatening. the accident happened yesterday afternoon on the 1000 block of thorndale court near highway one. police say the child ran into the street and suffered serious injuries when hit. the driver remained at the scene. alcohol and drugs are not considered factors in the accident. and police in tracy say they've arrested an 18-year-old man for a shooting in a mall last friday. officers say he shot into kay's jewry store before -- jewelry store before 5:00 p.m. no one was hit.
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they are still trying to figure out if there was an intended target. they say the shooting may have been the result of an acan ail tearcation -- an altercation in the mall. the joint military operation that tracks santa claus says santa is safely back home at the north pole. norad tracked santa on its radar and satellites all throughout nis 25-hour surn -- his 25-hour journey. they focused on his sleigh and more than 24 million people checked on santa through the site on facebook and they also checked on twitter. >> gladless -- let's head over to rosemary for a check of the temperatures. it was a chilly start. we're begyping to see the -- beginning to see the temperatures turn around. we will continue with the hazy sky for today. ridge of high pressure locked
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in over the west coast. gonna start with stormtracker and show you you can see the ridge of high pressure. the clockwise of circulation moving around. we may see a few high clouds spilling over the ridge of high pressure. that will be about it. a few high clouds. hazy sunshine and with this very stable air mass in place, light winds for today. another spare the air day. 37 degrees in concord right now. still struggling in napa. 30 degrees at the airport. 30 degrees still in santa rosa. have been there for the last hour maybe even 90 minutes or so. 32 in fairfield. 36 in antioch. upper 30s in livermore. around the bay not as bad. a -- 45 in oakland. a cool start but no complaints for you. 43 in redwood city. downtown san francisco reporting 42. half moon bay taking the prize. 55 degrees. half moon bay has reported offshore winds at times and those downsloping winds have helped to warm the air. in the east bay hills, also seeing the winds gust quite a
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bit above 1,000 feet. for most of us it's a calm start for the morning. for the afternoon, well, above average. 70 degrees for berkeley. 70 in oakland. upper 60s for you. concord checking in right about 67. how about we head to the north bay, 60s. 67 for novato. napa, san rafael. 68 for santa rosa. 66 in san francisco. pacifica, you are going to 68. if you are headed to santa cruz there for the day, 72 expected. in the santa clara valley, 70 san jose, 70 for morgan hill and 70 degrees expected in gilroy. here is a look at some of the records for today. the standing roads and what we are expected to warm to. oakland, downtown if we do hit the 70-degree mark for the afternoon. we'll shatter the old record set back in 1972. kentfield, hit 67 yesterday. could do it again today in which case we'll break a record for you and into san jose, we could tie a record if we warm to 70. livermore breaking a record if we get to -- if we get to 70.
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bay area weekend always in view showing you subtle changes in the forecast. as we get into friday, we have an increase in clouds. not going to see any rain out of this unfortunately. but hopefully the onshore breeze will help the clean the air a little bit. as we get into your weekend, dry mild weather with no rain in the forecast. it looks like through the end of december. widespread mid- to upper 60s in the forecast for most days. back to you. investigating a violent attack outside the bay area's newest casino. coming up in 15 minutes. what happened to a man in the graton casino parking lot and how the police hope to track down the attacker. and we take you down the street in alameda that every year brings thousands of visitors from around the bay area and beyond.
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welcome back. merry christmas to you. all over the country, we hear the stories about impressive beautiful holiday light displays. right here in the bay area there's a street in alameda that ever since 1938 transforms into a winter wonderland. as part of our holiday and focus special, chris packston takes us down thompson avenue also known as christmas tree lane. ♪
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>> it's so capacitiy! christmassy! those look great, don't they? >> pretty much amazing. >> it's great to bring the whole family really because parents are as fascinated as the children are. >> it's just like christmas on the street. it's awesome. ♪ >> i've livend on this street since 2001 -- lived on this street since 2001.
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♪ >> i have been coming here every year. i love it. every house is different. ♪ >> it's really seeing the little kids coming by and that's really i think for me, anyway, that's what christmas is all about. >> that will put you in the holiday mood. you can watch our complete holiday special today at noon and at 5:30 right here on channel 2. it will air at 7:00 p.m. on our sister station, kicu tv36. 8:27 there's a controversy about a twist-giving program at san quentin prison. the accusations made against a prison employee by the families of the inmates. >> reporter: we're live in san lorenzo where family members say they know the cause behind
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welcome back. it is 8:30. good morning to you. these are live pictures. we're looking at san lorenzo. police there are investigating the tragic death this morning of a husband and wife, it appears to have been a murder- suicide. that's what police telling our
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news crews. beale tell you what the family is -- we'll tell you what the family is saying about a possible motive. welcome back. it's december 25th. merry christmas to you. i'm dave clark. >> i'm claudine wong in for tori campbell. rosemary? >> good morning to you. it's going to be a beach day. with that i have an advisory to tell you about. our coastal beaches from solano down into sonoma, i should say, into monterey, for the afternoon today, lasting until friday. rip currents a possibility. speaker waves and excessive runups. if you are gonna play at the beaches, that to be aware of. another spare-the-air day. let's get to those numbers where some of us are still struggling. 30 degrees in napa. 30 for santa rosa. freezing in fairfield. 37 in concord. mid-30s walnut creek. upper 30s for livermore. around the bay, it's mild. san francisco, 52 for you right now. 43 in hayward and half moon bay
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also reporting 55. we get into the inland areas over parts of the north bay. sewasty toll, 31. 42 petaluma. 42 in calistoga and 37 for healdsburg. to the inner east bay, this is where we were looking at the cold numbers continues. la fayette, checking in at 38. 47 now. outside your door in orinda. for the afternoon, 70 expected in oakland. 68 mountain view. 70 san jose and 70 for morgan hill. anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees above the seasonal average. upper 60s for pacifica. know 70s expected in santa cruz. san jose you could tie a record if you get to 70 for this afternoon. oakland may break a record. when i come back, i will take a look at the exended ited forecast into the weekend -- extended forecast into the weekend whether or not there's any rain coming up. a christmas morning tragedy to tell you about is being investigated in san lorenzo.
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a husband apparently shot and killed his wife and then killed himself. tara moriarty is out there now, you talked to family members who say the couple had been having problems. tara? >> reporter: yes. this is true. but that was unbeknownst to people who weren't actually living inside the home. a lot of people didn't know about it. officials say the husband was angry, possibly because he thought that his wife was cheating on him. so he shot himself and then actually -- he killed his wife and then turned the gun on himself. the disturbing part of this story is the fact that the couple's 17-year-old son witnessed the entire shooting. it happened around 2:00 this morning at the home on via amigos. the victim's sister tells us 36- year-old was shot by her husband john, suffering several gunshot wounds. the husband then killed himself. all of the children were home. the victim seas ier is ter got a -- sister got a call from her nieces and drove up
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immediately. >> you have sisters, browers, having problems -- brothers having problems, speak up. say something. my sister always say things are okay. she says she's okay. right now my pieces are telling me they were having problems in their marriage. >> reporter: veronica says her tis wear was polite a hard worker, she cleaned offices and worked at a fast-food restaurant to make ends meet. the children are 11 to 20 years old. homicide detectives are here. we haven't seen any crime scene technicians here. we expect the street will be shut down for some time. tam, ktvu channel 2 news -- tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. we have new information about a stabbing in santa rosa at 10:350 last night outside of the downtown public library near third and e streets. police say a homeless man was
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seen nearby. there was blood on his hands and clothing and he reportedly admitted he committed the stabbing. he was arrested. police have not released a motive in this case. we don't yet know the name of the victim. tragedy on the tracks in san jose this christmas morning. a woman was hit and killed by a vta train. that deadly incident interrupted train service for a period of time. janine de la vega, joins us live from san jose with an update. janine? >> reporter: , hi, claudine. the kurtner station is back open. but there's hardly been any foot traffic out here because it's christmas morning. they've been running on a sunday schedule. for about an hour, traffic was definitely at a standstill. the vta says the light rail was heading northbound at 1:30 a.m. when the operator spotted a person in dark clothing walking on the tracks. the woman was hit and killed 200 feet from the station. police arrived on scene to investigate.
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they say it appears she was walking on the strain. no one was on the train at the time of the accident except for the operator because it was done for the night and heading back to the yard. >> we do take the operators for drug testing and offer counseling through our employees network if that's necessary if the operator would like to make use of that. the operator was upset. >> reporter: at this point, police say it's a possibility they may never find out if she was trying to purposely take her life or if really was an stent. her identify tie -- an accident. her identity is unknown. the train will be sealed off at the yard. this affected service from 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. everything is back to normal now. the vta says their hearts go out to the relatives of the woman. they want to remind people not to trespass and be aware of
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their surroundings, especially when they are on the platform. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. the sonoma county sheriff's office and security at the new graton casino hope surveillance video helps them find the person who attacked a 67-year- old casino in the parking lot of the casino. the victim was robbed of an unindes closed amount of -- undisclosed amount of crash. he was taken to the hospital with severe head trauma. the casino did not respond for our request for comment. we did talk to patrons who say they still feel safe there. >> there's people there, guards around all of the time. i don't see how they got away with it. >> the press democrat reports the sheriff's office has had to add one more deputy because of the numbers of calls for service. pope francis delivered his first message christmas day message from the vatican. [ cheers ] >> as you can see, thousands of
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people gathered in st. peter's square for the pope's speech and his blessing delivered from the balcony overlooking the square. during his message, the pope called on people from around the world to be peacemakers. in the west bank town of bethlehem, hundreds thousands, thousands -- hundreds, thousands packed the church of the nativity. the church is built on the site where christians believe jesus was born. mahmoud abbas was among the dignitaries there. ♪ look at this. out of the ruins, in the largely roman nation of the philippines, people gathered from where typhoon haiyan hit last month. 62% of fill lee knows expected
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a merry christmas -- filipinos expected a merry christmas. 8:38. right now, san francisco firefighters and police officers are handing out toys to needy charn. those -- children. those troys were collected -- those toys were collected as part of lefty odoul's drive. as of tok last night, more than 10,000 donated toys had been collected. one person donated $1,000. >> i was kind of wondering where this guy went. when we looked back at him, where did he go, who was he? before i knew it, he was gone. >> san francisco police officers have already given out more than 5,000 of those donated toys. highway patrol officers in the north bay are getting a chance to play santa. organizers of the annual chips for kids say people in napa and sonoma county were generous this year. one family yesterday received toys, food and a christmas
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tree. family members of inmates at san quentin prison say the toys donated for visiting children, they are being taken away by a prison employee. every year since 1998, the vietnam veterans group collects toys to give toys as they leave the visiting room. this year, a prison sergeant decided each child can only get two gifts per visit. they say that rule was not in place in years past. family members also say that same sergeant allegedly took toys away from the kids. a spokesperson for the prison confirms toys were taken away from children who were given too many. if there is an xbox one or playstation 4 under your tree, you might consider yourself one of the lucky ones. the newest game consomes sold out -- consomes sold out -- consols sold out at most
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stores. demand for the systems led to a surge in the sales. retailers say there's still plenty of nintendo wies out there on store shelves. fans of the san francisco 49ers and the giants have started dropping by candlestick park. many say they wanted to take one more picture and visit the spot where they made those happy memories with family and friends. the 49ers have until february to cancel their lease with the city and remove their belongings. demolition isn't expected to start until late next year and some people who live or work nearby say they are looking forward to the new development. >> that will be good for the neighborhood. that will be good. anything is good now over in this area. >> now, that development may look a lot like this in 10 to 15 years. developers want to build 6,000 homes with 30% of it affordable hughesing. there will be 700,000 -- housing. there will be 700,000 square
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feet of retail space and arena. keep sending us your memories. put it on our facebook page or tweet it. no day off for the golden state warriors. they are working today the they will be on national -- today. they will be on national tv getting ready for the big game. we'll tell you why it will be a white christmas inside oracle arena. the surprising advice mcdonald's is giving to its employees about what they should eat. hund hazy -- another hazy day on the way. a spare the allaire alert in pro -- a spare the air alert in progress. we'll take a look at your area -- coming up. i love having a free checked bag
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time is now 8:45. let's bring you up to date on some of the top stories we're following for you right now -- an early-morning murder-suicide in san lorenzo is under investigation this christmas morning. police say a husband killed his wife, then killed himself. the couple's four children were home at the time. an apartment building fire in san francisco's mission district forced ten people out of their homes around midnight. firefighters contained this in about 40 minutes. the cause of the fire is under investigation. and right now in san
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francisco, thousands of people are being served a hot holiday meal at glide memorial church in san francisco. volunteers are also preparing to serserve -- to serve a big lunch for the needy as well. police in san jose have arrested two people suspected of a street race that ended into one car smashing into a home on croply avenue near peadmont road. two cars were racing when one of them was clipped by a third vehicle. one of the automobiles spun out of control and spun into the house. a hepatitis-a warning has been issued. anyone who eight or drink at this restaurant from december 12 or through the 15th or on december 19th may have been exposed. those who are concerned about exposure should contact their doctor. mcdonald's is dishing out some health advice to its employees. that in part tells them what not to eat what they serve.
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on the employee website it tells workers not to eat fast food. the entry describes it as high and fat and soed dwrum and says it can lead to obesity. it suggests employees pass on the pickles and eat less salt and recommend employees consider a law, vegetable diet. mcdonald's says the comments were taken out of comment and says the information is often pulled from third parties and posted. the taliban is claimlessing responsibility for an attack in kabul. two rockets landed inside the u.s. embassy compound around dawn. hundreds of american diplomats and aide workers scrambled into fortified burgers as a result. so far, there's no word of any injuries. and a car bomb blew up outside of a church in southern baghdad. workers were leaving a christmas day service. at least 15 people were killed. another car bomb blew up at an
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outdoor market killing about 20 people. a national guardsmenman from sacramento arrives home just in time for christmas and his 32nd birthday. [ cheers ] >> sergeant first class landisrush arrived at the sacramento airport yesterday from afghanistan. he says his christmas wish is short -- his list is short, rather. he's back home with his family for this holiday. >> every time i come and go back, looking forward to it. >> well, that was a nice reception there for him. his daughter didn't know that her dad was coming back. the sergeant says he will be her big surprise christmas present. it's christmas day. and christmas day belongs to the nba. tonight, the golden state warriors will be playing. they are hosting the clippers at oracle arena. they are coming off a win against the nuggets in denver monday night. the first win this season when they scored less than 90
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minutes. now, it's gonna be a sea of white at oracle a -- arena. every fan gets a white t-shirt. they are planning a whiteout against the clippers. no whiteout in the ski. here is -- in the sky. rosemary keeps telling us about the beach. >> is that a bridge? >> that looks like the golden gate bridge. amongst the haze outside the doors, another hazy day, but warm enough to head to the golden gate bridge spend time out near the coast. if you just joining us -- are just joining us, we have large waves and breaks from sonoma all the way down the monterey coast. that could be aware -- that to be aware of. rip currents as well. mostly cloudy skies in the 30s. 40s for most of the bay. even san francisco checking in right about 52. for the afternoon, hazy sky.
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another spare-the-air day in the extended forecast, boy, on my wish list some rain. it's not in the forecast. as we get into friday, we'll see an increase in clouds. that's really going to be about it. we're dry through the rest of the week. it looks like we may wrap up december with no more rain in sight. for today, getting back to the air quality. still unhealthy for our sensitive groups. coast and central bay, inner east bay. but take a look at the santa clara valley. reaching above the 50 index level and that means unhealthy for most everybody. if you are gonna be outdoors, limit that outdoor activity if you are going to be exercising, maybe a hike to be aware of, you are in the shade of red for the santa clara valley. temperatures 30 degrees in santa rosa. struggling at 30 degrees. san francisco shifted a little bit. still reporting 48. mild in your neighborhood. oakland 46. 37 in on cord.
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as we get -- concord. as we get into san jose, 39 degrees. a cool morning for you. but take a look at the afternoon. as we get into 11:00. mid-50s. feeling a lot better. by 2:00, 66. expected to top out near 70 degrees for today. perhaps tying a record. 64 as we settle into 5:00. right before 5:00, the sun will set. afternoon highs for today, 67 san rafael. 70 for oakland. 68 in hayward. to the south bay where temperatures are warming into the upper 60s for mountain view, 70 degrees for morgan hill. 68 half moon bay. the extended forecast with your bay area weekend always in view. not a lot of change going on. increasing clouds come friday. temperatures perhaps slightly cooler but we rebound quickly. upper 60s in the forecast through the weekend. we need to talk about a miracle. they call him a miracle baby. a 3-month-old baby denying the odds -- defying the odds. he wasn't supposed to live.
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we're hearing for the first time the 911 calls during a deadly shooting rampage in reno at a medical facility. you can actually hear how scared the workers were with -- when the gunman came in. >> is he trying to get in? >> yes, he is. i don't want him to hear me. [inaudible] >> they are on the way.
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i need you to stay calm. >> police confirm the shooter, 51-year-old alan oliver frazier was a former patient at the facility and complained about a botched vasectomy in 2010. he killed one person and committed suicide. back here at home, authorities in fremont searching for the owner of a pit bull that they say attacked police officers, firefighters, a grandfather and his grandson before police shot and killed him. now, this happened saturday. police say the dog bit the child on the foot and injured the grandfather's hand. when the police officer approached it with a baton, the pit bull grabbed the baton and ran away. the dog later charged at firefighters who were treating the injured grandfather and his grandson. when the dog charged at police again, a police officer shot and killed it. a family in concord is suing the christmas spirit after someone brought back two holiday gnomes stolen last month from their lawn.
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we first brought you this story thanksgiving week when frank and janet put up the plea for their return. she were made by their daughter, carolyn when she was 8. carolyn died two years before she turned 54. when they were returned, their spirit returned. >> i had to take a double take. i ran in. >> wake up! wake up. >> they put up the new sign that says thank you to the person who returned the gnomes. it also says their faith in humanity has been restored. >> the parents of a 3-month-old baby boy born with half of a working heart say he is their miracle baby. before he was born, doctors said it was unlikely he would even survive his birth but the baby has defied the odds. with the help of the doctors at
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stanford, during his first open heart surgery when he was only a week old, something happened with the nonworking part of his heart. >> mirror -- miraculously it starts to work on its own. that's knoll even something we felt -- that's not even something we felt we could wish for. >> bravo. beautiful baby. let's talk about the weather quickly on christmas day. >> starting to sound like a broken record, dry, mild, mayzy sky. another spare-the-air day. not a lot of change in the forecast as we get into your weekend. widespread upper 50s in your forecast. another spare the air alert. >> we'll take it. merry christmas. >> merry christmas. >> and merry christmas. >> merry christmas to you, too. >> merry christmas to you. that's our report for this morning. we thank you for making ktvu
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your choice for news. at noon, we will not have the regular wus. we'll have a hoyle special -- regular news. we'll very a holiday special instead. merry christmas, everyone. 0!ockñ?çóxo?ñ=çñññçvxqx?ñññ?óioy
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hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. hope you're enjoying time with your family and friends. sit back, relax and enjoy a special holiday edition of "right this minute." >> where's your dad? >> in afghanistan. >> santa asks about a little girl's soldier dad who -- >> isn't expected to be back home for a month. >> how santa delivered this surprise early. >> dad! >> a driver park, goes inside

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