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is there any sign of anything. the last rain was january 25th. there's a chance, an inside slider. they usually never do anything here. it might do something in the sierra. there's very little all the way until the 17th of 18th. and then it looks weak. things could change but when high pressure locks in it's slow to change. >> there's a decent, warm breeze off the oakland, berkeley hills. temperatures in the mid-60s. 40s and 50s on the temps. and east bay temps, 40s as well. and if there's a breeze it's held up. elcerrito is 55. these are warm, mild conditions with an easterly breeze. and high pressure is in the est and it loves hanging out in arizona, california, and nevada. 70s for just about everybody here. 4:30 on a friday. you were busy yesterday. let's hope things are quieter.
>> i hope we have a nice quiet commute. we'll start with the solano county commute. and vacaville, fairfield, vallejo, and the carquinez bridge corridor, it looks pretty good. and it's taking 20-minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. and traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza is doing well. and we're hoping for a nice light day. it's early and you can get a jump. we're hoping it's going to stay nice and light. five people in san francisco, including a small child had to flee from flames this morning. their house caught fire early today. it starts after 3:00 on fulton between divisadero and -- >> the fire crews are out
there. and the two alarm fire has been contained. that was an hour ago. we're sending a crew there now to get more details and bring you more information coming up at 5:00. the search continues for a pit bull and its owner after a woman was mauled in vallejo. the attack happened near a homeless camp. the woman was driving on broadway near a closed walmart store and she pulled over to close her hood which had popped open and she was attacked. >> i tried to pull my arm and he had ahold of it. and i was trying to jab him in the eyes when all of a sudden i heard someone cussing and yelling. >> a man ended up pulling the dog away. the dog and its owner have not been found. anyone with information is asked to call police.
the san francisco public defender's office says missing video from a body camera played a key role in the acquittal of a homeless man accused of threatening a resident. the police officer appears to intentionally turn off the body camera while responding to a resident's complaint that 53- year-old amy -- was threatening him. there's a two minute gap in the video. in court, a deputy public defender suggested that gap was part of a conspiracy between the police officer and the resident to figure out how to get the man off the streets and into jail. the san francisco police department is investigating the incident. there's another school shooting, this one at a los angeles middle school. police took a 12-year-old girl into custody. but authorities believe the shooting was an accident. reporter will carr has the story. >> reporter: several students and a staffer were injured.
the shooter was a 12-year-old girl. >> 12-year-old, yes, with a gun, wow. that's something. >> reporter: five people were injured and two by gunfire. and a 15-year-old male student was shot in the head. and a 15-year-old female shot in the wrist. >> she was bleeding from her right-hand and there was a hole on her right-hand. >> reporter: nervous parents quickly gathered around salvador castro middle school, some getting texts from their children. >> reporter: one of the kids got shot right in front of us. >> we asked him if he was okay and he said i don't know what's going on. he was confused. >> reporter: the investigation is still in the early stages and as for a motive, los angeles police say the shooting was actually an accident. a classmate says the gun was in a backpack and went off when
she dropped the bag. no word on how she got the gun. and if it came from an adult in her home, additional charges may be warranted. this is the third u.s. school shooting in less than two weeks. a 16-year-old shot a classmate in texas followed by a shooting in kentucky. will carr, fox news. a 15-year-old girl will be spending the next 40 years in a mental hospital. that's the maximum punishment for trying to clear a classmate during a violent attack. morgan claims she was driven to kill by slenderman and she thought held kill her family if she didn't obey his command. the victim was able to crawl to safety after being stabbed 19 times.
people in willow glenn are concerned after video shows a man who looks like he is casing homes. jesse gary has reaction from neighbors. >> reporter: a willow glenn resident posted this video to social media that shows an unknown man taking pictures of the homeowners' security system. >> i never thought the area was like that. it's really gone to hell. >> showed the recording to neighbors out for a walk. most tell us they've seen an uptick in crime followed by an uptick in nerves. >> every day i read that something is going on around town that's not favorable. homes are being broken into or packages stolen or homes being cased. >> reporter: the same suspicious man in the surveillance video was talking to workmen, asking for personal
information about the owner. we tried to talk to the police and officers declined. and police have not been much of a help. residents are taking steps to increase security. all the fences -- >> it's a shame a person has to make a fortress of their house. >> reporter: some residents say it's the only way to keep someone who is spying their property from committing a robbery. >> jesse gary, ktvu fox 2 news. a union protester who was arrested when police clashed with demonstrators was released from jail last night. >> hopefully, this ordeal will get over and be done and we will win our contract.
bye, good night. >> during the protest, several police officers pulled him to the ground and arrested him. the police claim that just before they took him into custody he threw his sign at an occupied vehicle and damaged it. they say when they tried to arrest him he was uncooperative. other protesters claim that cole was racially profiled by police. >> this is a problem that ucpd has on this campus. police brutality and racism. >> and there were protests at uc campuses all over the state by the union that represents the service and medical employees. that union has been bargaining with the school for a new contract. well, a state senator is introducing legislation to make it easier for cities to make decisions for the mentally ill or homeless who can't care for themselves. scott wiener introduced the bill yesterday. the bill is meant to help
chronically homeless people who are mentally ill or severely drug addicted and can't make sound decisions for himself. time is 4:39 and a candidate running to succeed as the district 2 supervisor has filed a lawsuit to move the election from november to june. according to the chronicle, he filed the lawsuit in superior court along with another candidate with the seat. when former district 2 supervisor mark farrell was named the interim mayor he appointed -- who will be running in november. the two candidates who filed the lawsuit say that allowing her to serve until november gives her an unfair advantage. they want the district 2 supervisor race moved up to the
june 5th ballot. it's 4:40 and the lieutenant governor, gavin newsom will bring his candy to the bay area. black history month, a new video was created by teenagers. we'll take you behind the scenes and get a sneak peek. traffic is doing well on the bay bridge. it's light although there is a little bit of roadwork. it's not causing a big slowdown. we'll tell you more about this coming up. we'll tell you more about the record highs set yesterday. and it's possible again today. livermore felt like 74. said that in san jose and half moon bay. you're right. it was.
welcome back to mornings on 2. st. mary's men's basketball team is ranked 13th in the country and they blew out usf 79-43. they had 38 points in the first half. the australian center was the leading scorer with 26 points. he and the rest of the team were too much for the unranked usf dons in the 79-43 win. the warriors play in sacramento and hope to bounce back after a blowout loss in utah. the kings beat the warriors with steph curry out of the lineup. the majority of the guys are available to play today. the golden state warriors
are teaming up with bay cat, a nonprofit organization that helps underserved young people. amber lee got a sneak preview and talked to the creators of this new video. >> the best is in us. when the odds are against us we never give up. >> angela king and isaiah manual tell their stories about black history. ♪ don't stop 'til we win it. >> reporter: defying stereotypes. >> i want people to know that there are people like me that look and feel their struggles in my community and i want to be that voice to speak out. if i can do it you most definitely can do it. ♪ we black and proud, just say it out loud.
♪ >> both grew up in san francisco's bay view, and overcame obstacles. isaiah says he was bullied. >> a couple times i thought about taking my life because i felt there was no hope for me. >> reporter: writing songs got him through the dark times. >> there's a lot of people that have gone through that. and it will inspire people to keep going in life. >> reporter: the teams are part of bay cat, a nonprofit that serves youth ages 11-25 from low income families. the organization educates them in digital media arts and technology, placing them in internships and jobs with partners such as the warriors. >> just as they are changing the game of basketball, we are changing the face of media. >> reporter: this video is a reflection of the partnership
between the warriors and bay cats to promote diversity. >> writing music is a gate way to another place where i can be myself. >> being part of the black community is important to know that you have strength. you are powerful. and you represent black excellence. >> reporter: the video will be shown on tuesday when the warriors play at home. it will be shown throughout the month of february to honor black history. at oracle arena in oakland. amber lee, fox 2 news. i'm glad to see you have you red on, it's go red for women day. >> all right, you know what? i had forgotten that. i'll be honest with you. but i wear a lot of red. and plus, i have a locker in
the back, and if i had forgotten and you had reminded me, i could change into a red tie. i have blue too or green too. this is a look at westbound 580 and traffic is moving along pretty well as you drive through livermore and dublin. but there's red, not the kind we like to see in the way of traffic slowdowns on westbound 580. traffic is moving okay. there are no major problems into hayward. this is 880 in oakland. and the traffic is moving nicely. we're hoping for a nice day for the commute. we don't really know yet. usually every day at this time is light. 4:47. let's bring steve in. these are the records that we need to beat today in order to see records. some will be close and some
will not. santa cruz will not. i'd be shocked. the forecast high is in the red. santa cruz forecast high is 74 and the record is 83. something for those of you who have been out here long enough. 1976 was a dry year. livermore, 75 would tie. santa rosa 76 would tie. that was 1982. and san francisco, 71 would fall short from 1995. and san rafael 73. 67-- a warm february. very warm. we should be about 59 to 62 or 63. last rain was january 25th. and it's been dry since and it's going to stay dry through the 10th or the 11th. there's an inside slider on the 12th. mark tamayo would putting is in
there for rain. i don't think so. there's nothing until presidents weekend. that's all we can do. if your heading to minneapolis, is it sunny and warm? no. it's cold. they're in a dome. but the high will be 9 degrees. yesterday it was 25 below. a few high clouds and nothing going on. and in the east bay hills, a northerly breeze and 61 above the oakland zoo. and 63 at berkeley lab. that's very warm air aloft. fairfield at 42. but if you get a breeze it holds the temp up into the 50s. a wide variety of temps. 531 observation. los altos, 45. 52 union city. pacifica, 59 warm degrees. that easterly breeze helps the coast. that's for sure. and everyone else will follow
suit. everything is locked in. it's called a blocking pattern. it lasts 2 1/2 to three weeks. and there's a couple hints or something. but nothing where they are all in sync. 70s on the temps. these are well above average. and i just went warm because that's what it is. there's no other way around it. so enjoy. it will change but for now it is what it is. >> it is what it is. you have to call it as you see it. but mark tamayo -- >> the battle of the meteorologists. >> i understand. it might do something in the sierra but not here. >> the sierra would be good too. from the chinese new year celebrations to the great sonoma crab and wine fest, there's a lot to do this
weekend. >> rosemary orozco has what's happening around the bay. >> reporter: we're heading into the weekend. and here are a few events. celebrate the year of the dog at a chinese festival in oakland on saturday. a cultural performance will include dance, music, arts, crafts, taking place at the asian cultural center. the crab and wine fest will feature medal winning wines, local cuisines and proceeds benefit farm bureau's ag education activities. it's saturday at the sonoma county fairgrounds. if you appreciate a good independent film head to the indy fest in san francisco. the festival will celebrate independent alternative films and film makers. you have the opportunity to watch 80 films over the course
of two weeks. in the south bay kick off super bowl sunday with the guadalupe river run. there's a 10k and a 5k. it starts at the river run conservancy in san jose. i'm rosemary orozco and that's your weekend watch. >> thank you for all the fun ideas. 4:52 is the time now. google is going on a hiring spree across the country. up next, the tech giant's plans to increase its footprints outside silicon valley. hey hun. look at all this extra room i havethis 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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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. welcome back. people who lost their home unless the wildfires are being warned about a growing number of unlicensed contractors. the district attorney's office says unlicensed contractors are taking advantage of people who want to rebuild. the district attorney's office will release the results of an undercover sting conducted this week. >> the time is 4:55. and a mountain lion cub burned in the ventura fires has a new home in petaluma. his name is charlie. he was delivered to the wildlife center. he was found thin and hungry and his paws were burned after the thomas fire in the loss
padres national forest. he'll probably share the enclosure with another orphaned cub named nicole. rescuers say he was so young when he lost his mother the chances of survival in the wild were very slim. google is not only expanding into san jose but now has plans to continue expanding beyond silicon valley. they are planning to hire thousands of employees across nine states including colorado and michigan. the ceo broke the news during an earnings call. google operates data centers in 21 states. we have details about several bay area businesses targeted by ice. coming up, the notices they received about their hiring records. good morning. you can see traffic is moving along pretty well on highway 24 on the way over to the
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good morning. in san francisco an undercover sting ended with a police officer hurt. we'll tell you what happened. >> reporter: the white house says today could be the day when president trump decides to release a controversial memo about the fbi. i'm doug luzader in washington. we'll have more coming up. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning. thank you for joining us. it's friday, dave. >> yes, it is. >> a lot of us could use a couple days off at this point. it's february 2nd. i'm pam cook. >> i like the red. firefighters are still at the scene of an overnight fire just across the park from the famous painted lady. >> christien kafton is there. and the homes that caught fires -- it was the famous victorians but they were older homes. >> reporter: if you take a look
down here you can see that fire crews are still on scene and still working to contain the fire, making sure that it doesn't rekindle or spread anywhere. the fire started shortly after 3:00. fire crews received multiple 911 calls about the fire on fulton street. crews arrived to find that the fire had spread from one building under construction to a neighboring building. the building was unoccupied and the home next door had a family of five in it. and everyone made it out safely. and now the investigation is underway as to how the fire started in the first place. so at this point fire crews are monitoring the hot spots, making sure that the fire does not start up again. pirate investigators say that the fire started in the building that was under construction. and they are
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