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the dry. santa cruz would fall short of the record. san jose is right in there. livermore would tie. santa rosa would tie. and san francisco would fall short. and san rafael would be four short of the 1975, 1976, and 1977. the average high is 62 this time of year. so there you go. lots of sunshine. get out the sunscreen. 40s and 50s on the temps and around the bay. 62 at the berkeley lab. that's warm air and an easterly breeze coming off. 55 in san francisco. and 56 in tiburon. that's warm for this time of the morning. and it's going to be sunny side up and warm for everybody with 70s. 6:00 in the morning on a friday. >> does it get boring? >> it gets boring when it goes dry in the winter.
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>> got it. >> we get enough of that. >> thank you, steve. we're looking at a commute that i wouldn't call boring. east shore freeway, 21 minutes there's slowing to be done here. and when you get to the macarthur maze and the bay bridge toll plaza, there's a backup. and by looking at outskirts quickly the cars are moving, i think today is going to be a lighter day. if you're watching now, you probably can't wait until after 8:00. getting into san francisco. it looks good. across the bay, interstate 880 is looked good in both directions. and on westbound 237 getting into the valley you'll see slow traffic. highway, a little bit of slow traffic. i've hit almost every spot. 6:01 and back to the desk. san francisco firefighters are investigating an early
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morning fire that was near the famous painted ladies house. >> the homes were not the famous victorians but they were older homes in the area. and christien kafton has more information. >> reporter: firefighters spent the morning focused on a pair of victorian homes on fulton. that fire started shortly after 3:00. firefighters received multiple 911 calls and crews arrived to find that the fire spread from one building to a neighboring building. the building under construction was unoccupied and the home next door had a family of five and all of them made it out safely. and now the investigation is underway as to how the fire started in the first place. >> initial crews were confronted with a lot of fire on all floors, and we quickly called a second alarm due to the area. it's an uphill slope and we were concern that had the fire
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was progress to multiple structures. >> fire crews are monitoring for hot spots. at this point, the fire building was the one that was under construction. and they say they'll need to inspect further to determine how the fire started in the first place. christien kafton, ktvu fox 2 news. employers have three days to provide paperwork on employees to show that all of them are in the u.s. legally. businesses in san francisco, san jose, and sacramento received the notices, and an ice spokesman says the operation reflects stepped up enforcement of laws that bar businesses from hiring undocumented workers. last month, 7-eleven stores were raided across the u.s., including here in the bay area.
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investigators are use fingerprints and dna evidence to track down a man who hit a deputy in hayward. it all started yesterday morning near west a street and arbor avenue. the deputy on a motorcycle tried to pull over an suv for speeding. the driver stopped briefly and then backed up the suv into the motorcycle while the deputy was still sitting on it. the deputy was dragged. the driver then tried to run over the deputy again. and that's when investigators say the deputy opened fire. >> in looking at the car, we do not see signs or evidence that he was severely wounded. it's likely he may have ducked under the dashboard. >> after the suspect rammed the suv into the deputy, authorities say he drove a few blocks to royal avenue and ditched the car and ran away. law enforcement searched for 3
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1/2 hours and never found him. the deputy suffered minor injuries on his arm and hand. and investigators say they found out later the suv was stolen. an undercover san francisco police officer was also rammed by a car yesterday while trying to arrest a suspect in a car break-in near alamo square park. the officer on a bicycle was in the process of arresting a man who he saw break the window of a parked car at hayes and piers streets. the officer's injuries are not life-threatening. the infinity driver hit another car during a police case. >> saw a black infinity hit a prius in the intersection of buchanan and haight.
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the the infinity started to roll down the hill and two people jumped out. they split up and went different directions, opposite directions. and i think the infinity hit a few more cars down haight. >> two people are in custody and the suspect hit by the car was also arrested and taken to the hospital. time is 6:06. the city of oakland is suing a debris hauling company in west oakland. neighbors complain that harmful dust was being blown into the air and that they were polluting the water. neighbors started seeing dust coming from the warehouse that was coating their windows and cars. the lawsuit says the dust may possibly have asbestos or lead and they haven't had any samples tested. one woman says it's making her family sick. >> they wake up coughing and
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can't -- i just went to the doctor recently myself because i couldn't breathe. >> he was cited for operating without a permit. this business is in violation of local ordinance. >> reporter: the lawsuit says the owner of the company illegally used water from a fire hydrant causing debris to get into storm water drains. the owner of the company denies the allegation. >> they come here and see what we're doing first before they start pointing fingers. it's not true what they say in the lawsuit. >> he says his trucks do not haul hazardous materials and he tried to address complaints by the neighbors. president trump is expected to approve the release of a controversial house memo. the four page memo allegations fbi misconduct in its investigation of potential ties between russia and trump's
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presidential campaign. the president reportedly believes the memo will prove the russia investigation is a witch hunt. the fbi has urged the white house to keep the memo classified saying that the agency has grave concerns about the memo's accuracy. we will have a live report with more on all of this coming up at 6:30. happening today, lieutenant governor gavin newsom will campaign for governor in san jose. he's hosting a town hall meeting about his vision for the california. he's been hosting town halls around the state as part of his campaign for governor. the meeting starts at 12:30 at the laborers international union on emery street. a candidate running to succeed interim san francisco mayor mark farrell filed a lawsuit to move the election from november to june. nick-- filed the lawsuit in san
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francisco's superior court along with another candidate for the seat. when mark farrell was named the interim mayor last week he appointed the county clerk to fill out the rest of his team. catherine stephanie will be running for the seat in november. the two candidates filing a lawsuit say allowing her to serve as supervisor until november gives her an unfair advantage. they want the driver two supervisor race moved up to the june 5th ballot. there are new safety measures in san mateo. and it may confuse some people. coming up next, the reason people walking and driving may have a hard time understanding what they are supposed to do. and airbnb released a new commercial. and this may roughly some feathers in washington. high pressure aloft and also an offshore breeze equals very warm temps. we'll have more on your friday and weekend forecasts.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 6:12. 18 people in shanghai, china, were hurt. a minivan was carrying gas tanks and slammed into a crowd. the driver was smoking while he was driving and accidentally set off the tanks. he lost control of the van. it jumped a sidewalk in downtown shanghai. the driver was among the injured. he's being investigated now for
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illegally transporting hazardous materials. in the meantime, the oldest son of the late cuban leader fidel castro killed himself. he was one of the top nuclear scientists at one time. and was nicknamed fidelito because he looks like his father. reports say that the eight- year veteran suffered a dislocated shoulder and a head injury when he was hit by a car early sunday. he is now recovering at home. he was a wide receiver in the nfl and became a police officer after injuries ended his football career. 18-year-old juan vargas was charged with attempted murder and assault. his girlfriend was charged with conspiracy. the san francisco public
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defenders office says missing video from a police body camera played a key role in the acquittal of a homeless man accused of threatening someone. the officer appears to intentionally turn off the body camera while responding to a man's complaint that a 53-year- old -- was threatening him. there's a two minute gap in the video. a deputy public defender suggested that the gap was part of a conspiracy between the police and the man who called in the complaint. the police department is investigating. some new crosswalk lights in san mateo county meant to improve pedestrian safety are causing confusion. 22nd avenue and south el camino real in san mateo. but some people say the lights -- they are called pedestrian hybrid beacons -- are hard to understand. if you put the button to cross the street. cars see a flashing yellow
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light. and then it changes to solid yellow indicating drivers should slow down and get ready to stop. and next is a solid red light. when the signal starts flashing with alternating red lights, cars still have to stop but they can cross if no one is in the crosswalk. airbus' the european poet type -- there it is -- lifted off for the first time on wednesday. the self-piloted aircraft climbs 16 feet in the air and returned to the ground. airbus aims for the project to become the basis for a commercial passenger drone service in the near future. a drone that will carry people. >> yeah, oh, yeah. there you go. sal, do you like that drone? >> i do like it.
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dave, we're going to do traffic jams. i'm going to play a song from an artist. ♪ [ music ] >> that would be teddy pender grass. >> that has something to do with the super bowl. this one too. >> okay. >> come on now. >> that's okay, i'll wait. ♪ [ music ] >> patti labelle. >> so patti labelle and teddy pender gas are artists from have >> minneapolis. >> philly and boston. that's any traffic jam scene. artists-- [ overlapping speakers ] >> send them in now. >> is there in infrom minneapolis where it's being played. >> we'll talk about that late. >> let's get into traffic. can we go to the bay bridge.
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can you take me to the bridge? thank you. it's backed up for a 10 to 15 minute delay. it's not a big commute. and if you have the luxury of waiting around until say 8:00 -- and you probably don't if you're watching right now. but if you can rearrange you plans, things get lighter after 8:00 on a day like today. the volume is not there. northbound eight ole we see slow traffic. 237 as you drive through milpitas. this is usually slow. so we're not seeing slow traffic yet which is good. and highway 4 has a crash and we don't have a big backup here. so traffic is actually just a little better than normal. look at 680. it's doing well from the
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benicia bridge to walnut creek. i'm hoping the trend continues. and i'm hoping that we have friday lite traffic. >> it looks that way? >> it's looking that way. >> oh, good. and a pretty warm forecast for us. get out and enjoy it. you know it's going to change because it's only early february. these are the forecast high temperatures for livermore. 75, 75, 75, 74, 73. east seasonal might be better. the average high for february 2nd is 62. 76, 77, 77. that's pretty warm. that's pretty warm. santa rosa 76. that would tie 1982's record. 71 would fall short. livermore, 75 would tie 1976. and san jose, 74 would beat 1963. and santa cruz is 74 and would
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not come close to 1976. 1975, 1976 was dry. this is the rain year that starts july 1st and goes to the following june 30th. not the water year. season total was just over 8 inches of rain. january, 1976, a third of an inch of rain. november, december, january were very dry. and that 8:05 was i believe the second driest ever back to 1850. 71, 55 for san francisco. and average is 59, 47. there's the record in 1995. and with the offshore breeze, parts of the santa cruz mountains and the oakland, berkeley hills. northeast at 17 miles per hour. and already 61 degrees. look at the berkeley lab. and 60 degrees at 11:00. and that's going to make for warm temperatures.
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40s and 50s for many. and 56 in brentwood. and 23 in truckee. and 49 las vegas. and 56 at monterey. high pressure is not going anywhere any time soon. it's cold as you might imagine. first through the 10th looks dry and warm. if there's any changes, we'll have a lot of lead time on that. if you like sunshine and warm temperatures, get out and go. that's what we have. >> ryan our really great producer reminded us prince was born in minneapolis. >> bob dylan was in duluth. >> duluth, minnesota. >> way up there. >> yes, it is. thank you, steve. 6:20 is the time now. families across san jose will have to find new schools for their children. a stressful time. coming up at 6:30, the three schools that will close this summer. and there's justin timberlake, he's talking about
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possible guest appearances at the halftime show. and people are betting money on a lot more than just football.
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did you know? i didn't until just now. aerosmith was from boston. >> steve knew that. >> larry, the chief quality control officer knew that and he's an every man. if he knows it we all know it. >> we know it now. >> i love it. songs from philly or boston. that was -- just let me know and i'll play your requests on friday morning. hit me up on facebook, twitter, or instagram. aaa is helping to make sure everyone gets home safely this super bowl sunday. aaa is offering the free tipsy tow service after the super bowl. call for a free ride and a tow home even if you're not an aaa member. the service runs from 6:00 sunday night to 6:00 monday
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morning. americans are expected to spend more than $15 billion on the super bowl this year. that's up 8 1/2 % from last year. each fan will spend about 81 there are on food and drinks for the party. the younger you are, the more you spend. people will spend $118. justin timberlake returns to the stage for a record third super bowl halftime show. he appeared with janet jackson in 2004. you might remember the wardrobe malfunction. and performed with in sync in 2001. and he did not reveal much of the preview of this year's show. >> there's a whole list. i think vegas has odds on it i heard. from n sync to j to chris
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stapleton to janet. this year, my band, the tennessee kids, i feel they are my special guests and i'm excited to share to rock the stage. >> we're excited for it too. the sunday halftime show is good timing for timberlake. his new album man of the woods comes out today. there are countless bets on every single facet of the super bowl. people bet on the coin toss, the length of the national anthem, the color of justin timberlake's shoes, and the winner of the puppy bowl. our question of the day is what do you enjoy most about the super bowl? the game? the commercials? the food? maybe you're not even watching. let us know what you think by
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voting on the ktvu twitter page. you can also comment on our ktvu facebook page. it would be interesting to see. a lot of people are eating quacamole. that's a big one. here are the results. 28% of you enjoy the game the most. almost even with commercials. 26% enjoy the commercials the most. 17% enjoy the food. and guess what? the biggest percentage so far -- 31% -- not watching. >> they won't even watch. >> you're a commercial person. >> i watch it but i wouldn't say i'm camping out in front of the tv either. >> time is 6:27. a proposed law could save lives. what a state senator wants in every garage and how it could have prevented a deadly problem during the october wildfires. plus an inspirational disney movie generating a
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debate. why cool runnings was pulled off the schedule.
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declare the release of a classified memo. >> doug luzader is joining us. there's drama on both sides of the aisle. >> reporter: good morning. and we expect the president is going to make the call at some point today. a decision to sign off on the release of the republican drafted memo that is said to detail fbi abuses in the earliest stages of the investigation and individuals in russia. the democrats have been fighting the move. and so have leaders in the fbi including the director, christopher wray. looks like this is going to happen. we'll find out if there's as much in the memo as promised or if it's a lot of hype. nevertheless, we think the four page document is going to be released relatively soon. >> and there's speculation that the head of the fbi may quit as a result. >> reporter: there was a report
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from cnn about that. it's not clear how much there is behind that report. but we do know that chris ray, the director of the fbi chosen after comey was fired does not support the release of the document. he has seen it. and went to capitol hill to take a look at it. the fbi though has some issues with this. and the fact that the fbi has objections seems to fuel the arguments on both sides. if you're a democrat, you say the fbi is concerned about the sources and methods that may be revealed. and on the other hand, critics of the fbi say this is proof that the fbi sees embarrassing information there that they don't want the public to see. there may be something for the everyone once we see it if we see it. >> a lot of people want transparency in the government and what's happening so we all
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know the truth of what's going on. but the fbi warning this could set a dangerous precedent. what are the real dangers of releasing some of this? >> reporter: government transparency is always a complicated business. the default position is to allow the public to see everything. when you're dealing with law enforcement, there are times when some information can be damaging if the public can see it. and that can cover up abuses. so it's a fine line to decide what to disclose and what not to disclose. and we may ultimately see a lot of disclosures, a republican memo that the president may decide to release. and a democratic memo that they've drafted themselves. and a response from the fbi. the fbi generally doesn't respond publicly to criticism. but they may make an exception. >> it's going to be very interesting. doug luzader following that for us in washington, d.c. thank
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you for the update. and we'll check with doug when all of that happens. let's check the weather. steve paulson is in his office. >> and we have a warm day on tap for friday, february 2nd. ground hog. he would -- there's nothing but sunshine and a few high clouds, and he's are the records to beat. santa cruz would fall short. san jose would set a record. san rafael would fall short. 1976 a lot of the records set. friday, saturday and sunday, 76, 77, 77. the last was january 25th. and there's nothing any time soon. i think we'll get a little wind and sierra light snow on the 12th. that's a real outlier. maybe presidents weekend. a few high clouds and that will be it. wind in the santa cruz mountains at 15 to 20 miles per
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hour. mount diablo is a gust of 43. that's holding the temps up. and will make for a warm day. 60s for a few and 70s for many. we have traffic that's actually doing pretty well. and i'm looking at my list. and a couple of minor things have gone on but for the most part the commute is going to be okay. if we start at the bay bridge, the traffic is backed up. a 15 minute delay. and we don't have crashes reported on the bridge. once you get on the bridge it looks good driving into san francisco. a live look at the traffic. it's wide open for you coming towards treasure island. looking at the commute as you drive in the east bay. i want to mention the traffic on 880 is getting a little bit more crowded driving up to downtown oakland. you'll see traffic is okay there. there have been no major issues in the east bay although we do
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have slowing. a minor accident near the 24 interchange. and also on highway 4 we had an accident. the backups are just moderate. back to the desk. three elementary schools in san jose will close at the end of the school year because enrollment is down. the oak grove school district voted to close del roble, glider, and miner elementary schools. the final decision about boundaries and grandfathering will be made no later than the march 1st special board meeting. families affected by the school closures and boundary reassignments will get a letter with options for grandfathering in. once enrollment is finalized. staff assignments will take place. los angeles police say yesterday eat shooting at a
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middle school was an accident. a 12-year-old girl was arrested in that shooting and booked on a charge of negligent discharge of a firearm on school grounds. the gun was inside her backpack and went off when she dropped the backpack. a 15-year-old was shot in the head and a 15-year-old girl was shot in the wrist. two other students and a staffer were hurt in the commotion. some parents received text messages. >> she says there's police everywhere and that there was a shooting. and she say that has one of the kids got shot right in front of us. >> we asked him if he was okay. and i don't know what's going on. he was confused. >> there's no word on how the girl got the gun. if it came from an adult in their home there may be more charges. a state senator is
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introducing legislation to make it easy for cities who -- scott wiener introduced the bill yesterday. it's meant to help chronically ill homeless people who cannot make sound decisions for themselves. services are available but only for those who are disabled. uc davis researchers hope to sign up thousands of wildlife survivors for an online survey. it's meant to collect the health effects from the devastating wildfires. the questionnaire is part of a busy study of health and environmental hazards that existed during and after the wildfires. scientists hope to look at the short and long-term effects of being exposed to flames and smoke as well as the impact of stress and displacement that the affected residents went
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through. if you want to sign up for the uc davis study, go to our website,, and look under the web links section. a bill making its way through the legislature would require all new electric garage doors to include a backup battery. it would allow the door to be opened if the power is out. some of the deaths were related to doors that would not open. a new airbnb ad criticize president trump's ads about african countries and haiti. >> we heard there's been some expletive filled interest in these beautiful destinations. and it ends with the words
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let's open doors, not build walls. the president was accused of making disparaging remarks during an immigration meeting. a movie showing was canceled at a high school because of complaints. they were about to show the 1993 disney movie called cool runnings after the midyear examines. when the movie about the jamaican bobsled team was picked some people picked up. they say it contained racially and culturally insensitive material. the students were upset about the decision to cancel the showing, they had to hold an assembly. and the kids complained that they should be able to watch a pg movie. >> interesting debate. 6:40 is the time. a boy was punched on bart. the arrest made and why the
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suspect said he did it. are you worried about a drought? the new ballot measure and how it could save water and money on your taxes. >> reporter: a big buzz surrounding a world famous beer. hundreds of people are lined up outside the russian river brewing company in downtown santa rosa waiting to enjoy the annual release of pliny the younger. we'll tell you how long they've been camped out coming up. ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. today is the first friday in february, a day many beer lovers eagerly await each year. >> the world famous beer, pliny the younger, is released this morning. alex savidge is in santa rosa. >> i thought that was alex lounging. >> reporter: that gentleman has been here all night. >> really? >> did you volunteer for this assignment, alex? >> reporter: i may have whispered in a couple people's ears to be out here on a friday. it's a big deal. as you well know, this is a special beer. a triple ipa that the russian river brewing company makes once a year. and when they release it in february, you can see a lot of people show up.
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you have a couple hundred people. this line extends all the way down the block. and folks have been doing what they can throughout the night to stay warm. a little coffee and extra blankets, and check this out. they've got the card game doing. you've done this before. you've-- >> we're really excited to try this great ipa. it's well balanced and we enjoy it. >> reporter: one of the best we'res in the world is what they say. >> describe it for someone at home who may never try it. >> it's a well balanced beer. gosh, i don't know how to describe it. it has citrus, fruit, it's just well balanced. good hops, delicious. >> at least you're at a loss for the words. >> reporter: who is winning the game? >> he is. >> reporter: so it's a whole party in downtown santa rosa. we'll show you video of last year when they served up pliny
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the younger. and this beer rose to fame back in 2010 when beer afish i don't know gnaw does -- aficionados starting giving it a boost. and after the fires in october, this area has been hit hard in terms of tourism. so they're looking for a bounce- back. and people come here to enjoy pliny the younger from all over the world. and we have gentlemen from across the u.s. you came in from southern california. why camp out? you've been here since yesterday at 3:00. >> it's really, really good beer and great people. 2points make a line. >> reporter: and these are some of the first guys in line. you came in from florida? is this an annual pilgrimage? >> today is my birthday. and i wanted to come and drink
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pliny the younger which i've not had before. and i'm looking forward to it. and i get to hang out with a group of great guys and gals. >> reporter: was it important to come to the community that's been hit hard by the wildfires. >> it was sad to see coming in from the airport yesterday afternoon how much was burned. and the cabbie was telling me about the fires and of course, we'd seen it on the news. until you come here and look around and meet people who have experienced it. you don't know what it's like. >> reporter: good to have you here in santa rosa. and exposure your time. they are some of the first in line. and doors open at 11:00 this morning. so there's still a long ways to go. and people are resting up for the annual release of pliny the younger. >> all right. and alex, the savage out there
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with the fans. thanks, alex. and it's it's nice he mentioned that they are selling raffle tickets to jump to the front of the line for february 2nd through the 15th. and that money will go to the fire victims. >> reporter: the need continues and the sentiment of supporting sonoma county. >> and we see you in your red. >> do you want to say why? >> go red for heart health. >> i'm not going to take care of there. but you have to take care of yourself. thank you pam for making that good suggestion. when it comes to getting the little ones taken care of, it's so important. a new report shows our state is failing the youngest californians when it comes to education, child care, and health services. why the head of the new study
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says the findings are alarming. and certainly we are in need of more rain in the bay area. and the situation is for more dire in cape town, south africa. the extreme restrictions as the city is getting close to running out of water in a couple of months. and how the usage they are dictating compares to the average american daily use. i'll join the two of you in minutes. time is 6:49. and sal is right there watching our commute. sal-- >> good morning dave and pam. we are looking at a commute getting busier. including the macarthur maze. the traffic is looking pretty good. when you get to the maze, 28- minute social security not a bad time. traffic continues to look good driving into the area. and as you look at the bay bridge, you can see the traffic is backed up from about the maze. and there are in the back.
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right there. this is a look at interstate 880 northbound. and you can see slow traffic there as well. it's getting slower up to downtown oakland. i'll check to see if there's anything in the way of the commute. 680 southbound we had an earlier accident near north main and the traffic is backing up a little bit. and now we're getting wofford of a crash at the onramp. you can see that traffic may be a little bit slow approaching that relatively new crash. 6:50. let's bring steve in. february 5, 1976 in san francisco? >> i do not remember that. >> it snowed and three days before that we were setting record highs. just because we're setting record highs doesn't mean it's going to last. that was a big event and it
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would be a big event right now. liver her, 75, 75, 75, 74, 73. happy tgif. a brisk 51. me and the national weather service always round up -- or down. we are fixing to have a spectacular forecast under mostly clear skies. east san jose, february 2nd, the average high is 62. the forecast high is 76, 77, 77. so why not? get out and enjoy it. there's nothing that's going to change for a while. the last rain was january 25th. and nothing looks to be happening through the 10th. there might be an inside slider which impacts areas to the east. i don't think it will make it here. maybe presidents weekend. but we still have time. if you're heading to minneapolis, you might want to bundle up. seven the high. and temperature on sunday will
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be 9 degrees. we have mostly clear skies and a few high clouds, and a decent breeze off the oakland, berkeley hills. and gusts to 20 above the caldicott. and temperatures in the 50s and 60s. berkeley lab is sitting at 50. 54 in the city. and it won't take long to start warming up. 70s on the temps, lots of sun. and these are a good, 10, 15 degrees above average for this time of year. and i don't see much changing. if anything, it might get warmer on the weekend. thank you, steve. 6:52 is time. a san jose neighborhood on high alert. cameras catch a man who appears to be casing homes. and the warriors teaming up with a local nonprofit group to celebrate black history month. see what's happening at the next home game.
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we have one to two fires a day and when you respond together and you put your lives on the line, you do have to surround yourself with experts. and for us the expert in gas and electric is pg&e. we run about 2,500/2,800 fire calls a year and on almost every one of those calls pg&e is responding to that call as well. and so when we show up to a fire and pg&e shows up with us it makes a tremendous team during a moment of crisis. i rely on them, the firefighters in this department rely on them, and so we have to practice safety everyday. utilizing pg&e's talent and expertise in that area trains our firefighters on the gas or electric aspect of a fire and when we have an emergency situation we are going to be much more skilled and prepared to mitigate that emergency for all concerned.
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the things we do every single day that puts ourselves in harm's way, and to have a partner that is so skilled at what they do is indispensable, and i couldn't ask for a better partner. 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. >> right from the streets of philly, dave. >> d.j. jazzy jeff. >> and the fresh precipitations. >> our theme is songs from boston or philly. those cities will be watching the super bowl closely. we are sending them a shoutout. if there's a special song that
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you want to hear that has that theme that fits in the boston or philly theme, i'll play your request. use the #ktvu on twitter, instagram or facebook. >> they took a snow survey and it is disappointing. the department of water resources measured 13.6 inches of snow yesterday in the second snow survey of the year. 14% of the historical average. the reading comes two months in what is typically the wettest period in california. a measure on the june ballot could make it easier for california home openers to capture rain water. right now if you want to install the equipment, you have to have your water reassessed for tax purposes. but that would not required any more under the measure.
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the san jose mercury news was told that people shouldn't have to pay a tax penalty for conserving water. a lot of people who live in san jose's willow glenn neighborhood are on edge after video came out showing a suspicious man casing homes. a willow glenn resident posted this video on social media. look at it. it shows a man taking pictures of the homeowner's security system. now a lot of residents are taking measures to increase their own security. tall fences with criminal deterrents fixed on top. it is a watchful warning to prowlers. >> i never thought the area was like that. it has really gone to hell. >> that's a shame that a person has to make a fortress of their house just to feel secure. >> now, we tried to contact san jose police about this, but the police did not comment on that.
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san jose mayor sam liccardo continues to push to restore police numbers to well over 1,000 officers and says it should help address some of the quality of life crimes. the warriors play in sacramento tonight. they want to bounce back from the big blowout loss in utah. back in november, the kings beat the warriors with steph curry and kevin durant out of the line-up. should be different tonight. most of the players are available to play. tonight's game beginning at 7:30. the warriors are also teaming up with bay cat, a nonprofit group that serves under privileged youth between 11 and 25 years old. they're celebrating black history month together and they have launched a new video that will debut next week at oracle. the video was created by two of the teenagers with bay cat. ♪[music] ♪ when the odds are against us, we never give up ♪
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♪ ♪ >> angela king and manuel tell their story through the video. those teenagers are sharing how they struggled and defining stereo types to change the image about minority youth. >> there are people like me that look and feel their struggles in my community. i want people to see if i can do it, you most definitely can do it too. >> both of those teenagers grew up in the bay view district and have overcome obstacles. >> he says he was bullied. >> i thought of taking my life. because i felt there was no hope for me. there are a lot of people that go through that. and it will inspire people to, you know, keep going in life. >> now, this organization teaches young people about the digital media arts and technology. it puts them in internships and
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jobs with partners like the warriors. the video will be shown for the first time at oracle next tuesday when the warriors are at home. it will be shown at the arena throughout the month of february. more than 70 businesses targeted in northern california. the information they were ordered to hand over by federal immigration agents. the list is out. we will tell you which schools will be closing to consolidated district in the south bay. and dramatic moments just a little while ago in a michigan courtroom. look at. this a father tried to attack larry nassar, the former athletics doctor. three of his daughters were his victims. this is all ahead on mornings on 2. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> 7:00 on this friday. busy already. thanks for being with us. it is february 2nd. i'm gasia mikaelian. >> and good morning. i'm dave clark. we're going to talk with steve paulson about our weather. at least


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