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now, the news, berkeley police have released surveillance video from an armed robbery that took place last night. you see a graduate student was shot when he refused to turn over his back pack from two armed men. it had his doctoral thesis in this back pack in it. police hope someone will recognize the suspect's car or the men. and federal immigration agents targeted dozens of 7- eleven stores in the area.
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they are tracking down on employers who hire undocumented immigrants. if they're employing them they could have a fine and criminal charges. it's 4:41, i want to say it was pretty foggy, we want to check in with steve and sal. >> watch out, the bay bridge, sal will mention it, other areas are not so bad. it will be cloudy to the north, better to south. there's and little piece of energy rotating in the west, northwest, that's going across us here this morning. that will give as you mostly cloudy day. there could be a few little showers. low 50s for some upper 40s for
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others. 49 saint carlos. pacifica 50, san mateo at 52. this will build it, after this, it will give us a nice friday into sunday and monday, the next system shows up on tuesday, it's not a big system, there are hints that it can be active. i'll have more of that coming up in ten minutes or so. 50s, 60s today. here, sal, telling us that the traffic is light. >> thank you. i appreciate your compliments, if you're driving in salerno county, you may be are not driving while watching television. the traffic is moving well through vallejo. we had app accident around wilson, it wasn't a big deal. traffic is moving well on 80 westbound as you head to the macarthur maze. nothing major, but traffic is
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going to be okay as you drive into san francisco. at 4:32, lets go back to the desk. san jose police released new information about tuesday night's deadly officer-involved shooting. police same the man killed at the metcave energy center was carrying -- metcalf energy center. >> a man hopped fence and he appeared to be armed. this witness asked not to be identified. >> all of the windows were fogged up. it looked like there was an object on the dashboard. >> that wasn't all, in addition to the sword, the man carried with him, two actions, a pole and pepper spray and six knives. he was on the power plant when
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officers cop fronted him. >> yelled shoot me and killed me. the suspect turned around and advanced towards the officers still armed with the pole and the axe. >> eddie said the suspect was asked to drop the weapons 23 times but kept advancing. >> when he was 5 to 6 feet away from one of the officers, one officer shot the suspect and the suspect continued towards a second officer with the with the axe in his hands and he was also shot. >> he had a history of narcotics and he was placed on a 72-hour psychiatric hold back in september and they know nothing about his motive. we hope we'll be able to figure out what his inner tent at some time. >> the incident was captured on
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the officer's body cameras. thatter on paid administrative leave, and the details of the suspect has not been released. the time is now 4:35, san jose police say they want to be more transparent. they unveiled an online tool that shows the type of force that was used and location and more. it's compiled by an independent company that produced an early annal sills. it shows that racial disparities and police use of force is virtually non- existent. >> those of us who bleed blue and bleed this patch, we know who we are, we haven't had data to back that up. this isn't and vindication or a
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touchdown dance, we didn't win the game. i like to think this organization wants to maintain a lead to a game that will never end. >> they're one of two agencies in the united states using this system and putting it online for everything to see. authorities have identified the bart police officer who shot and killed an armed man last week. officer joseph mateo was in the bart station when he heard gunshots. two men were fighting one had a gun. the officer ordered him to drop the weapon, but that he ignored the command. the officer then shot and killed the man identified as shalen kin tell. and they looked at the zodiac serial killer has died. he died after a long illness. he was 86 years old.
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he started investigating the zodiac killer until 1969 and he was taken off the case nine years later after he sent anonymous fan mail to the san francisco chronicle praising his work. they linked the zodiac killer to five in the area, but he may have been responsible for more. he was called the zodiac as he sent crypt tow grams to the police and the newspaper. the killer was never caught. the thieves stole $100,000 of gucci hand bags from the shopping center. the thieves stole wire cutters to steal that expensive merchandise. >> at the nordstrom store near stanford university, the women walk in and they made a beeline for the purses on display and
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cut off the wires with wire cutters. one thief punched an employee who tried to intervene. >> these individuals don't care if they get stopped by loss prevention or not. >> the total loss, $100,000. we went online to the gucci website where bags are listed at $2,000 each. they would not release video for fear of inspiring copycats. >> a retired city police sergeant, there's one way that you can help stores suffering these thefts. >> you can unlock it every time you see the purse. it would cut down on retail thefts for these items. >> the only gucci items i saw were in display cases.
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>> it's hard to comprehend that anybody could make that happen, that the store could not have enough security to stop that. >> i think it's crazy, i don't think it's that surprising in this day and age, but i'm surprised it's this nordstrom. >> they would say they are working with palo alto as far as an ongoing investigation. well, there has been another case of pilots confused by runways at sfo. the latest incident happened before noon on tuesday, an airport official said an arrow mexico flight was on the runway to 28 right, the air traffic controllers noticed it was on air 27 left. it landed without incident, but
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the faa is investigating. of course, this comes after last july when an air canada flight came within 100-foot of landing on a taxi way at sfo there were four jets waiting to take off. another air canada landed on a runway it didn't have clearance for. there were no incidents in the case but there is a potential for hundreds of casualties. the time is 4:40, a new travel warning by the state department. if you're traveling south of the border, details of a do not travel advisory to parts of mexico. asbestos discovered during demolition in oakland, there's a dispute of what to do with the development that's under way. way. good morning, you can see traffic is off to a good state if you're driving on highway 24 headed into the tunnel and into oakland. our weather is off to a
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good start -- a good start. we're off to a cloudy start and we will have a good weekend with warmer temperatures and nicer days. we have that story coming up.
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welcome back to mornings on 2, it's 4:43, caltrans is holding a meeting tonight to discuss the lanes project on highway 101, the project will bring a continuous express lane on each direction on highway 1201 between 380 and whipple avenue. tonight's meeting will be at 450poplar avenue from 6 to 8 tonight. there may traffic jams
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tonight between 680 and travis boulevard. and two interstates will be closed between 9 and 10 this morning and two westbound lanes will be closed. caltrans says this is part of routine maintenance. the committee of the bay bridge toll authority will raise tolls on 7 bay bridges. the proposal goes to a vote in two weeks. if the vote approves it it will go on in the bay area. the toll hikes will be phased in over six years. this is a $1 increase and by the year 2025 it will cost $9 to cross the bridge and $8 to cross the other bridges. it would not affect tolls at the golden gate and it is operated by other bridge. and they had to stop
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demolition work on the corner of pleasant valley, and asbestos was found in the concrete. they're trying to work out how to not expose the public. the developer wanted to turn it into a retail center with a multistorey parking job, but changes of habits and construction costs put this project on hold for now. >> i'm glad something is going on. a feeling of frustration, the plan that had been approved isn't going forward. hopefully there will be some residential, finally. >> they're trying to figure out how to make the project work. we think phase 2 will happen at some time. the current lease between the property owner and the developer does not allow for housing, the companies are not commenting on the plans for the property at this time. so, it's still up in the air. the time is 4:45, sal is right over there watching our early commute. how does it look?
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>> it looks good. i don't find a lot of slow traffic. lets go to the tracy area. i'll show you the traffic here is going to be affected by maybe a couple of things, eastbound 580 at north anyone, there was a crash, and there's construction in the area. westbound 580, traffic is okay. just before mountain house park way is a car. traffic westbound is okay. as a matter of fact, if you're driving to castro valley most of the slow traffic is on the pass, not in livermore or dublin, this is interstate 880, we're off to a good start here and traffic at the bay plaza is looking good. you can clearly see this on the traffic camera here. lets bring in steve with the forecast. that forecast has morning fog on it as you touched in not just the bay bridge, parts of oakland and out to the napa airport, watch out for that.
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low clouds and higher clouds streaming in overhead. a cloudy day, mostly cloudy day, this will be the last system until probably monday. now, any precipitation today will be light, i think the last one was the opportunity yesterday and today we won't get much. you can see the higher clouds pushing across us. a lot of this is north of the golden gate and this will give cloud cover to everybody. this will kick in on sunday. it looks good around the bay upper 40s to 50s, 53 is the number in san francisco. i see five of them, berkeley lab which was not reporting back there, someone showed up early for work. i appreciate that. there's the ridge of high pressure, it will give you a nice weekend we talked about. it's building in and it won't stick and stay though, there's a lot of energy coming across
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the pacific. we're up around 20,000 feet. this will be one of the strongest change for a while. we'll increase the clouds, a system is coming in on tuesday, santa rosa and sacramento northward and another system on friday, these systems look colder. we're a week away. 50s and 60s on the temperatures and friday, saturday and sunday more sun. watch out for fog, that will be an issue nights and mornings, and it looks good with increasing clouds on monday. 4:48 is the time. >> here's good news, if you plan to escape winter with a trip to hawaii. fares are remarkably low in 2018. a round trip ticket had dropped to $125 last fall.
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those tickets had gone up, but only slightly to $370 now. travel experts same the cheapest destination to hawaii is to maui. >> ready to go. and southwest flights are in competition. people are not the only ones coming down with the flu, there's a rare dog flu circulating in the south bay. hey hun. look at all this extra room i have on this king size ikea bed. are you wearing a... duvet cover? why yes. yes i am. where's mom? we finally redid our bedroom and she's prettttttttttty into it. what's your dream? at ikea, we help you live it. make the dream yours.
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welcome back to mornings on 2, 4:51 is the time, the white house is allowing states to impose medicaid requirements. the trump administration is making new guidelines for the program. the new rules will allow states to medicaid, they have to work to qualify for benefits, only a small fraction of the people covered by medicaid are of working age or nondisabled and currently unemployed. critics say the main impact of the rules will be subject to poor people, to stacks of paperwork that will drive some to drop coverage. the flu season is hitting the south bay hard, not just people, but dogs. there's a rare canine flu
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outbreak. here's what dogs should do. >> reporter: this is a pit bull mix with plenty of personality. this owner brought his new best girl home weeks ago only now, to face his first big worry. >> i'm afraid my dog will get injured or something like that or catch the flu. >> we haven't seen this, and doctors have been here 10 years plus and they haven't seen canine flu period. >> a canine flu is sweeping the south bay. they saw their 5th case last night. two strains are present in california. this map shows that at least one of the strains has been present for the past nine years, but both have exploded nationally since 2015. >> there must have been a
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canine entering the state, the bay area that was infected with the virus and from that time, it became so contagious, it began to spread to other dogs and now we're seeing it. at the dog park, some owners say they'll be more cautious after learning about the canine flu outbreak. it's been raining for two days and you might hit a home half this. >> vets advise avoiding places such as dog parks and kennels to reduce the threat of infection, don't let your dog play with contaminated toys or the dish. get your dog a flu shot and keep your pet at home. >> i would hope they would leave their dog at home. another person in santa clara county has died from the flu, public health officials are not releasing details. they say the patient was
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younger than 65 and had not had a flu shot. those under the age of 65 statewide is 28. they said this flu season is the worst in ten years. some officials say the vaccine this year is not as effective in years past. people who have the shot have milder symptoms if they catch the flu. state lawmakers are debate ago controversial bill, one that could require nurses at state colleges to take part in abortions. it would allow making the abortion pill available for students in the year 2022. all california colleges have on campus health centers, but none provide abortion pills for
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students. >> medicated abortion is safer than abortion. >> critics say publicly funded universities should not be getting involved in student abortions. super bowl is coming up, super bowl 52, if there are any players that decide to kneel, they'll keep the cameras rolling. they will identify the player behind the kneeling and give the history to the protest. >> we have people who think it's against the military and some say i fought for their right to do this, and if they think they should kneel, they will kneel. more than 110 viewers are
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expected to watch, not just the game, but the commercials too. still ahead, the death toll keeps rising after tuesday's flash floods and mudslides. coming up, where the death toll is now, and the continuing search for 17 missing people. what he's trying to say is there's fog out there, we have a lot of low clouds, things look to be improving as we head towards the weekend. who are these people?
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good morning, the continuing search for two suspects in berkeley. the surveillance video, what we know now, the police ask for your help to track them down. >> unimaginable damage is how residents are describing the devastation from the california mudslides. i'll have the video coming up. p. good morning, thank you for joining us, a live look at the very large tower out there, it makes the bay bridge look like a tiny model in that picture. it looks clear at the bay
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bridge, the richmond bridge is pretty socked in. it's a word of warning for you out there. it's thursday morning, january 11th. i'm pam cook. >> i'm dave clark, good morning. steve paulson is in the office. >> sal will show it on the bridge too. >> this is the last we saw. we have moistly cloudy skies, we saw a few sprinkles and drizzle, overall there's a lot of cloud cover. there's a band of high clouds moving in that direction. it would be santa rosa north. we're not looking for much here. it looks to be tuesday, increasing clouds, even above some of those low clouds, a cloudy to mostly cloudy day to the north. may be warmer to the south and we went


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