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i.c.e. scale operation. this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> it is 7:00 this monday morning i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, i'm dave clark and we are talking about rain and steve paulson is here to talk more. >> this will be a good week. thursday and friday will be the best set up since november 16, but anyway that you look at it this is what february and march is all about. we are going in like a lion. snow in the mountains and everything has been for the sierra compared to the rainfall but it will be more even by thursday and friday. 2 to 4 inches at 2000 feet and 8 to 18 inches at 7000 feet. the winter weather advisory goes until 10:00 tonight, we have a system now starting to let up to the north around santa rosa maybe sonoma and napa but still making its presence felt. good rain over the east bay into walnut creek back over san
leandro, hayward, union city and fremont. it has been pretty good at the peninsula as the bands are rotating. 40s and 50s and we are getting a rather robust southerly breeze and when the front passes the wind turns northwest and cold air is moving in. there will be a stronger system coming thursday and the rain continues friday even saturday as the pulse rotates, that would be thursday with the best system. today up to one inch of rain but look at thursday and friday, up to three inches and if that happens in sacramento you know what that will do for the mountains. we have 50s for your temperatures, what are you seeing on the roads? highway 24 is not doing well. we had a crash at central lafayette. kevin who operates the camera is looking for the crash but we can't find it. look at the slow traffic though,
24 is slow from the walnut creek interchange and it will be slow until the tunnel. we had a crash in this area that has not affected traffic too much. we have a lot of fender bender crashes. we have a 50 minute drive from carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze, 49 minutes from that point to that point and then another 25 to get to the bridge. it is that kind of commute and it is going to be wet. this is 880 in oakland where we are moderately heavy but what is really slow is 880 s.. we have this accident where the arrow is now it is gone but traffic is backed up into fremont. we are very slow behind schedule as the bridges are slow. everywhere else in the silicon valley commute looks okay, 101 and 285 are starting to slow but it is not as bad. 280 in downtown is not as what, let's get back to the desk. several county law enforcement agencies are
working to find who shot three people in a store parking lot. two of the three died.>> christien kafton is at the broadmoor police station and they are searching for multiple suspects. >> reporter: we contacted the chief of police early this morning and he says he may have an update by early afternoon and we have contacted the county sheriff's office but no word on any arrests in the case so far. let's show you on this map so you can see where we are. police responded to calls of shots fired around 8:45 last night in the parking lot of the hillside market near hillside boulevard in the community of broadmoor. completely surrounded by daily city, early this morning we arrived and found broadmoor police still there. they have confirmed one woman died at the scene, two men were taken to the hospital. one of them died either at the hospital or in route to the hospital.
the other man is expected to survive. investigators have not released any description of the suspects or possible motive. as for the shooter, police have only said there are multiple suspects but so far there is no description of the suspects or a vehicle used in the shooting. investigators are asking anyone with any information to contact them as soon as possible. we will continue to follow up on this and bring you the latest. back to you. christien kafton, thank you. class resumes wednesday at the high school in parkland, florida. the scene of the mass shooting on valentine's day. thousands of students parents and staff returned to stoneman douglas high school yesterday for the first time since the attack. they were able to pick up what they left behind. there was also school orientation where many survivors had not seen each other since the shooting. congress gets back to work after a 10 day break and they
are under pressure to respond to the shooting. president trump and others have proposed multiple ideas including more comprehensive background checks, arming teachers and raising the minimum age to purchase military rifles. there is a new poll showing most americans support tougher gun laws. in the survey from usa today 61% of those who responded say that tougher gun control laws and background checks would prevent mass shootings in the us. 63% support banning automatic weapons but most do not expect congress to take action. 19% say that the odds are good that congress will pass legislation. this comes as california senator dianne feinstein is pushing ahead with a bill to raise the minimum age to purchase an assault rifle. senator feinstein tweeted the legislation will be introduced this week and it would bring the rules for selling ar 15
weapons in line with handguns. you have to be at least 21 years old. there is republican support for the bill, arizona senator jeff flake tweeted that he is working with senator feinstein on the legislation. immigrant rights groups say that at least 11 people in the bay area were detained by immigration agents this weekend . this came after oakland mayor libby schaaf warned people that i.c.e. was planning an operation in the bay area. allie rasmus is in san francisco with more.>> reporter: we are outside of the field office in san francisco and we are waiting to hear back about how many people were arrested over the weekend. 42 immigrant rights groups report at least 11 people were detained over the weekend in cities like pinole, atwater and napa. that is where this video is from. this was sent to us by a family in napa who says that their
father was detained. hours before the arrest saturday night libby schaaf sent out an alert that says she received information from multiple sources that i.c.e. was putting an operation. at least 11 people were detained and a large-scale sweep did not appear to happen yesterday. that is compared to other recent operations in california which have resulted in more people arrested like the one in los angeles earlier this month in which 200 immigrants were detained. that happened in just a single week. >> it is important for us to understand that sometimes what ice is doing with their tactics is to paralyze the community. we want to encourage our families to try to continue on with their lives.>> reporter: later this morning outside of the field office a group of community and faith leaders plan on having a vigil and demonstration on behalf of a
bay area father who was detained in october as he was dropping off his daughter at school. his family says that he has been in i.c.e. custody since the last five months and since them -- then his supporters have been trying to show support for him. >> allie rasmus, thank you. breaking news involving immigration, the supreme court refused to review a federal judge's order that the trump administration continued a program that protected undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children. the denial leaves in place the daca program which has protected 600,000 undocumented immigrants from deportation and allowed them to get work permits. president trump headset a march 5 deadline for the program to end if congress did not take action to extend it. the federal courts have ruled setting the deadline was illegal. plans by san
francisco police to shut down drug operations in the tenderloin and south market areas appears to be working, on saturday police arrested two suspected drug dealers and seized money with hundreds of small bags of heroin meth and cocaine. the arrests were part of a continuing strategy. a 20-year-old man and three teenagers were arrested on saturday after breaking into homes in richmond and leading police on a high-speed chase. officers were called to the carriage hills neighborhood saturday night. while they rushed to the scene they got another call of a second robbery nearby. police saw a car matching the description of the getaway car which led to a high-speed chase. the chase ended after the suspect crashed into a light pole and everyone in the car ran away. chp helicopters were called in to track them down. police recovered two loaded guns after the arrest and the getaway car had been reported stolen from a carjacking three
weeks ago. california democrats snub a longtime icon for the party. coming up, why senator dianne feinstein did not get an important endorsement and what it means for the june election. san francisco appears to be losing appeal as a top tourist destination. the influence on this trend and the homegrown problem that may also be to blame. good morning, traffic is moving along okay if you're driving on highway 4 it is pretty slow over the willow pass. we will tell you more about the east bay commute coming up. this system is moving through now and will be leaving about .1 two cup .3 inches but there's a better system coming on friday.
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feinstein or her challenger are getting the endorsement of the california democratic party ahead of the june primary. the annual convention was held over the weekend in san diego both senator feinstein and senate leader kevin de leon failed to earn the support needed to win the democratic endorsement. senator feinstein got 37% of the vote compared to 54%. senator feinstein is 84 years old and has had the seasons 1992 but this lack of endorsement will not keep her off the ballot. some see this as a sign that democrats are eager to replace moderate leaders. >> there is a war going on within the democratic party. there is an increasing number of voters who are no preference and that is important in november but between now and june 5, these activists who have been on the left since bernie sanders was eliminated as a candidate for democrats
for president since hillary clinton lost, those activists have been moving the party to a direction about single-payer health care and many liberal issues across the country. that is going to continue but the democratic party must decide how relevant and how large it wants to be in terms of the sky is the limit in deep blue california and how will they attract the no party preference independent voters? >> senator feinstein leads in the polls, according to the public policy institute of california senator feinstein is in the lead by 46% versus 17%. we will talk more along these lines with the senior political writer coming up this morning. stated democrats also did not make an endorsement in the governor's race. lieutenant governor gavin newsom leads the pack with 39% support, john chung received
30% and delaine easton received 20% of the vote over the weekend. the city of san francisco is searching for locations for polling places for the upcoming primary, the election department wants 583 polling places for the primary. the city wants either public institutions or people to volunteer recreation rooms, lobbies or any space that is 30 square feet or larger. let's get you where you need to go with this rough commute because the roads are wet. >> that is right, some people are being taken by surprise as we had some minor crashes. i want to start in contra costa county and the approach to the venetia bridge is very slow. we had an earlier accident with issues early on and you can see how slow it is. people are very slow on 80 as well so if you see this red i
think that is correlated with the rain you can see from the bay pointe camera we are moving very slow into antioch. highway 24 has been slow with an accident near central lafayette and there are a lot of fender benders. people are driving slow so the accidents are not serious but there are a lot of crashes, this is 80 westbound, 53 minutes which is almost one hour. at 20 or 25 the weight at the toll plaza you have well more than one hour to get in san francisco from vallejo. this is 880 northbound and southbound it is not as slow here yet northbound and you can see traffic on 880 has been very slow from hayward to fremont. a lot of fender benders because of all of the wet weather. let's bring in steve paulson. the system is moving through now and that is giving us the
morning rain. we thought the commute would be tough but now we have a better system coming. the cold air is beginning to spill in sodas not very warm and the southerly wind will be turning northwest, one viewer says it is snowing pretty good at 2200 feet three miles south of grass valley. tell the judge i might be late. there you go. there is the snow and here you can see it. grass valley over to pines is snowing and near cameron park down to 2200 feet. we had good snow at gold run but it is dropping in the winter weather advisory is out until 10:00 tonight. around the 2000 foot level 2 to 4 inches maybe even more but above lake level and hired the passes are getting 8 to 18 inches. things are just about done but there could be some shower activity in lake county or
mendocino but most locations had that cold rain. the system is moving through now on the peninsula headed to the santa cruz mountains in the san jose area over to the east bay it is raining pretty good but it is leading up to the north santa rosa, sonoma and napa. it is from walnut creek to concord over to antioch danville and san ramon. back to hayward and fremont palo alto, los altos and san mateo into redwood city as well as half moon bay into the santa cruz mountains also have a 1 is the mainline. 31 in seville, 40s for many but get ready because when the wind kicks up there could be some scattered showers. currently it is a southerly breeze westerly at napa but the front is moving through turning west northwest. 27 in truckee with snow into tahoe and truckee. rapid clearing behind that with decreasing rain so we will have
some sun breaks this afternoon but we will be getting a stronger system thursday however this is the best set up since november. early rain this morning with widely scattered showers but a breezy pattern with rain developing thursday. if you work outside or need to cover up i would say do it on thursday. heavy at times with the wind picking up. this looks like it will go into friday and possibly saturday and the system will be rotating with projections of good rain and if sacramento gets over three inches you know what that means in the mountains. there will be feet. i saw one projection of 58 inches of snow over the next 10 days. 50s for the temperatures and cold tomorrow breezy than turning cloudy wednesday. get ready for rain and wind thursday into friday. a major data breach affecting 145 million people. half of them don't even know
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>> the travel association says 25.5 million people visited san francisco last year which is up 1.4% from 2016. they say it is partly because international tourists are concerned the us is an unwelcoming place for foreigners. they also say that tourists are turned off by so many homeless people living on the streets along with filthy conditions. there is another story that received national attention, the security breach from equifax but there is something a lot of people have to do to make sure their information is safe.>> some traders are saying what correction? pam cook is back with more. >> remember those facebook, apple, amazon, netflix and google stocks? the have all hit new highs for the year. so, what correction when the opening bell reign this morning
the dow jumped up 2000 points. continued corporate earnings are coming in so there is decent economic news. it has pulled back a little bit but not much. this is a live look at the dow jones up 173 points. the nasdaq and s&p 500 are hanging onto gains of about .5% each. new research finds the majority of economists view the new tax policy as moving to aggressively to stimulate economic growth. researchers say that it is setting up a potential increase in the deficit. the $1.5 trillion republican taxcutting legislation was signed into law late last year and provides steep cuts for corporations and offering modest reductions for most low and middle income families and individuals. six months after equifax announced a data breach
affecting 145 million customers a new report says 50% of people have not even checked their credit scores to see if they were affected. the credit cards website says most people who haven't checked do know about the hack but only 26% of adults between the ages of 18 and 37 had not heard about the breach. there is a battle brewing between ranchers and companies that make fake meat. the us cattlemen association wants the federal government to set a official definition for the word beef and meat. this is after multiple companies that create plant- based foods have started using language traditionally used by cattlemen to describe their products. a spokesman for the vegetarian food makers says that it is a good start to have a larger conversation. we kind of joke around in our
house because we purchase meatless products. it will be like meatless chicken nuggets or beef. so it is kind of interesting. >> i wonder if there needs to be a clear line or if the labeling tells you. >> to be honest i have to look closely to make sure it is vegetarian because of the pictures sometimes. they are very close to each other in the grocery store as well. 7:26, a basketball coach left san francisco with a victory but he could not leave oakland as a free man, coming up we will tell you why a coach from san diego was arrested at the airport moments before boarding a flight.
7:29, welcome back to "ktvu mornings on 2" it is gray and drizzly. this will ramp up to be a dark gray cold and windy day. we have seen a progression in the morning hours. we hope you are cozy on the inside joining us. it is february 26 i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning i am dave clark. let's get to steve paulson. >> we have some more snow coming down to lower levels around 2000 feet. this is near gold run around
3200 feet but there have been reports around 2200 feet on 80 and 50. 50 at pines near grass valley as well. so this is again another good system for the sierra. they have had better precipitation compared to our rain. we are getting rain but they are getting more snow. everybody looking good by thursday and friday. we have a line on 50 and 80 with the advisory continuing into the mountains and we will have sierra snow today and even into thursday friday and saturday. 2 to 4 inches at the 2000 foot level. 7000 feet 18 inches. the system going through could have snow shower to the north but most of the system is associated with this east bayfront now moving to the south as the north bay is decreasing but there has been good rain for some up to 1/3 inch but their cities -- rain
is sticking around the santa clara valley. 40s and 50s with cold air coming this afternoon as the breeze turns in northwest after the front moves through about look for morning rain and then a cool and breezy afternoon with a mix of sun and clouds wish hours. 50s on the temperatures. how was the traffic? we have a lot of slow traffic with a lot of fender benders. cars that it may be slipped off the road. the contra costa area is very slow at 680 approaching the venetian bridge we are backed up to the junction, eastbound highway 4 there was an overturned vehicle where the car slipped off the roadway went down an embankment. 80 is slow, highway 4 is also slow and 80 westbound is going to be slow at 24 driving to the
tunnel. this is a look at the one hour drive from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze and a lon delay at the bay bridge toll plaza. driving from vallejo to san francisco is over 1 1/2 hours. san francisco has slow traffic on 101 headed south coming around the corner of the hospital curve going to the silver avenue turnoff and 880 is filling up. again all of the commutes are busy and the rain has been slowing a lot of people down. 7:32 let's get back to the desk. students from palo alto are holding a rally calling for strict gun control following a mass shooting in florida. >> alex savidge is in palo alto , tell us more. >> reporter: we have students expecting at least 100 students from gunn high school to be part of this rally and a lot of them are gathering the cross
the street from the high school. you can see the signs some of them saying never again and this rally is beginning to grow. students from the school calling for strict gun control and the demonstration is in response to the violence earlier this month in florida where he gunman killed 17 people inside of stoneman douglas high school. the students who survived have been leading a call for tougher gun laws and students across the country have been following their lead with walkouts and protests. this morning we want to find one of the organizers, this is ella. good morning to you. we are live so tell me about this demonstration. what is the goal?>> the goal is to get the attention of local leaders. this is a very important issue. it is important that we speak up. >> reporter: what specifically would you like to see changed?
>> i think there are laws that need to be changed about how easy it is to get a gun because nobody really needs an ar 15 and it is just very obvious to me. i think we really need to spread awareness. >> thank you very much. this was one of the organizers, one of the participants as this rally is happening at gunn high school in palo alto. also we have another group advocating for social justice and again the rally just got underway across from the campus of gunn high school and we have a lot of folks calling for change. they want stricter gun laws. >> i would imagine those students are either at or close to voting age so we will see if this young group of students is going to have an affect on the upcoming elections. >> reporter: that is a good
point. obviously a lot of the students at gunn high school will be graduating soon turning 18 and will soon have that power to vote and to vote out lawmakers who they don't feel are doing enough on this issue. so certainly we will see this ground swelling of public outcry especially among teenagers in this country in response to what happened in florida and obviously that could play out at the ballot box. >> they are undetermined by the rain, thank you alex savidge. florida governor rick scott ordered an investigation into law enforcement and the response at stoneman douglas because of new claims that three deputies stayed outside and did not rush in to stop the shooter. now there are calls for governor scott remove the broward county sheriff. representative bill hager sent a letter to the governor that
says the sheriff should be removed from his job for neglect of duty and incompetence.>> it was a shameful letter that was politically motivated. that man does not know anything about me and the letter was full of misinformation. >> on thursday deputy scott peterson resigned after it was revealed he stayed outside of the school logic the shooter was inside. the wife of the pulse nightclub sugar is set to go on trial this week in orlando, noor salman is accused of lying to investigators. she is also facing obstruction of justice. prosecutors say that she knew her husband was going to attack. her husband opened fire at the nightclub in june 2016 killing 49 people. noor salman could face life in prison if convicted. today marks 25 years since the 1993 terror attack at the world trade center in new york.
there will be a ground zero ceremony honoring the victims and survivors including a moment of silence at 12:18, the time of the explosion. there will also be a reading of the names of the victims. the attack killed six people. more than 1000 others were injured. the white house is responding to word that north korea may be willing to hold talks with the trump administration. the south korean president announced north korean representatives said they will talk with washington. the us will wait and see if north korea is serious about taking steps toward eliminating its nuclear program. this comes days after president trump imposed new economic sanctions against north korea. president trump has set a date for his military parade. veterans day. soldiers could be marching down pennsylvania avenue. democrats and other critics call it a waste of money, the
president says he was inspired while in france watching a military parade. the procession would be run from the white house to the capitol hill area. police in menlo park are searching for someone who they called armed and dangerous and is accused of firing an assault rifle in his backyard. pulley spent 12 hours outside of the home saturday night and yesterday morning trying to reach the 36-year-old jose gutierrez. they finally managed to get a search warrant. they went in the house and found nobody. people in the neighborhood say they are relieved nobody was hurt but say this is the latest problem at that home. >> we didn't know what was going on. we heard the first gunshot. >> police say the neighbors say jose gutierrez fired the gun because he was upset over a loud party. police say that he could be driving a silver honda accord
with the license plate seen here. if you see that car please call mendel clark -- park police. check a basketball coach from san diego was arrested yesterday at oakland international airport on charges of domestic violence. smith was taken into custody yesterday morning before boarding a flight to return home with his team after a game saturday in san francisco. the charges stem from an incident with a woman at the team hotel saturday night. the university confirmed the allegations and say the school will be investigating. a four-year-old boy was hospitalized after he fell down a cliff near stinson beach. chp was called in to rescue the boy from the steep ravine trail. helicopters came and the boy was airlifted to the children's hospital in oakland. 7:39, i.c.e.
raids in the bay area, coming up at 8:00, how many people have already been detained and what city leaders are doing to help residents. also, how is your handwriting? a new study shows certain generations may be in trouble when it comes to handwriting. good morning, the commute has been affected by the wet weather. i think there is a correlation with the rain and the slow traffic on your screen. we will give you the update straightahead. good rain thursday into friday, the best since january but not bad today either, we will take a look at your totals coming up.
the city of berkeley is looking to get in on the crypto currency trend, city councilman ben bartlett says it will be different from bitcoin. the chronicle reports he is working with the mayor and the start up neighborly to turn municipal bonds into digital currency. the councilman says it will allow smaller investors to help the city raise money for projects like upgrading parks. the idea could violate security regulations though and it will receive intense scrutiny. 110,000 trucks and suvs in the us are being recalled by two asian carmakers. toyota is recalling 65,000 tundra and sequoia vehicles from the 2018 year. the electronic stability control system can shutdown. also hyundai is warning of a problem with 44,000 of its newest santa fe and santa fe
sports. the steering wheel could break off from the column. both carmakers will contact the effective owners. san francisco issued more home building permits last year than in the past. the city issued more than 6200 such permits in 2017. that is about 95% more than the historic average. the report says the majority were for multiunit buildings and only 7% were for single- family homes. there is a new report finding an alarming number of middle-aged men are getting out of the workforce. this comes from the federal reserve bank of kansas city and says the percentage of men between 25 and 54 years old who are working has gone down over the years. at the beginning of this year 87% were working. that compares to 97% after the end of world war ii. the study believes the primary reason is middle skilled work
has disappeared over automation and downsizing. many men that lose their jobs either don't have enough managerial experience for higher skilled careers or they don't have a customer service ability for the lower skilled service-oriented jobs. technology may be causing children to struggle when it comes to handwriting. handwriting specialists say that the use of technology is damaging the dexterity of children as they spend too much time swiping on a touchscreen not developing motor skills needed to hold a pen or pencil. basic actions like folding scissors and scribbling with crayons also helps build shoulder elbow and wrist muscles which you would use in writing. how concerned are you over children who struggle to hold pencils and pens tax like us know what you think by voting on twitter and leave your
comments on facebook. from the results early on we see that 45% say that you are very concerned, 26% are somewhat concerned, 29% are not concerned at all. i have to say my heart grew when my little boys came home and said they were learning to write cursive. i appreciate the art of handwriting.>> does that concern your son? >> we are very hands-off when it comes to technology but all the kids are growing up differently. >> both of my kids know how to write because they do not use tablets so they both know how to write but it is a bigger issue. good morning everyone. getting to work with this rain is the big issue today. it has been off and on. and we are going to have another bad commute. i will let steve paulson break
the news to you this week. this is tough highway 4 westbound coming over the hill from pittsburgh and antioch through 680, 80 and all of these freeways. everything is slow and we have a lot of fender benders. we have a couple of overturns and just give yourself plenty of time and you might want to consider public transit. highway 24 is not looking good. we are at a 30 minute drive between walnut creek getting to oakland. stop and go traffic most of the way. we also had an accident eastbound 24 near the crossroads. it is taking one hour to get from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze. another 20 minutes to get to the bay bridge toll plaza. san francisco is not doing very well north or south on 101. 880 is slow in both directions especially south into fremont. this area i have outlined is just a big mess.
so as we go to steve paulson, you saw all of the slow traffic. >> yes i saw that. and it will be worse thursday into friday. it looks like the best system we've had for a while. look at some of these rain totals. some years this would be nothing but it is a lot now. el cerrito .24 inches, george mcrae .03, san mateo .19, walnut creek .19, san rafael .19 oakland airport at .13. one viewer says i woke up to 1/3 in moraga. it was my pleasure. believe me i have been trying. some other rain totals are coming in like mendocino county was the most at 45/100.
cloverdale near that, occidental 1/4 inch. ross at .21, san francisco .13 and cal berkeley at .13. the snow was the bigger story, by the way the forecast model shows 32 inches of snow between now and thursday evening near truckee and into the canyon so just be advised these systems are getting stronger. the sierra has had a lot of snow but we are getting our fair share of precipitation. winter weather advisory is up from the snow level mm feet with 2 to 4 inches at lake level. there will be a lot more coming thursday and friday. isolated snow showers in lake county with a little bit left. the line has been drawn and from napa into sonoma around fairfield back to vallejo, hercules and richmond to the north it is dry but south there
is rain. in eastern contra costa into walnut creek and san ramon into danville into livermore and over to san leandro hayward city union and fremont across the gumbo and the san mateo bridge into the mountains that is a good system. from mountain view to los gatos over highway 17 and into santa cruz 40s and 50s. the breeze to the north is turning westerly and then north because the front has gone through. to the south we have a southerly front direction, in the mountains in san jose also to palo alto that is the dividing line across the peninsula in the east bay. the corridor around 25 degrees just a lot of information in truckee, 43 in ukiah. the cold air will be spilling and so look for a cooler breezy your day but rain is developing
with a strong system coming and then colder with more rain friday into saturday. this is the best set up since november 16. march is coming in like a lion. if these projections are correct this will be the best precipitation in a long time. 50s for your temperatures and they will stay there. we are below average, cold tonight we see tomorrow and early thursday we have rain wind and snow. we are ready. some new details about the former first lady, coming up at 8:00 what michelle obama is telling us about her new book and when you can get it. also, a new group that claims it is being cut out of the california recreational marijuana industry is ready to take action.
the supreme court will hear arguments in a lawsuit that could strip the power of unions representing millions of public employees. the justices will decide if state government workers can be forced to pay a share of union dues even if they don't want to join the union. currently people who do not want to join the union's can still be charged to cover the cost of collective bargaining. the court deadlocked in the issue seven years ago, since then neil gorsuch has joined the court and it is believed he will provide the fifth vote needed to rule against the
union. there will be a rally at noon at san francisco city hall for those showing support for unions. a number of supervisors will join union representatives at the rally. the wine scene company cofounded by harvey weinstein is expected to file for bankruptcy protection. the board of directors decision comes after last-ditch talks to sell assets, collapsing two weeks ago. harvey weinstein was fired in october after being accused of sexual harassment by dozens of women. under the deal the weinstein company would have been renamed under a new board of directors made up mostly of women. the bidders promised they would raise at least $40 million for a fund to compensate accusers. the native american cannabis association wants to grow and sell their own marijuana outside of the state legal marijuana market.
the group says the current rules to sell in california would give the state power over native american lands and strip them of sovereignty. if successful they will launch a new marijuana market which could become competition for the state market. the winter olympic games are over and people across south korea are resuming their normal lives. workers have started tearing down signs and removing temporary stores around the olympic village. streets are clearing after buses had been clogging the streets. life will be back to normal next month starting march 8 the 2018 paralympics will begin with more than 550 athletes competing in 80 events. over the weekend a texas state championship for the same school and they are at the
center of controversy. one student a transgender athlete who began the transition from girl to boy a few years ago has been taking low-level testosterone injections. the high school senior asked to wrestle in the boys division but was denied under a rule that requires high school athletes to compete under the gender that is on their birth certificate. we are following a major decision from the supreme court, coming up what the court had to say this morning about the case to protect dreamers. three people shot two people dead and police are asking for your help. details coming up. good morning, it is not a great commute because of the rain. look at this commute, it is jampacked and we have another update straightahead. fire fighting is a very dangerous profession.
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to have a partner that is so skilled at what they do is indispensable, and i couldn't ask for a better partner. immigrant rights groups report several people in the bay area were detained by i.c.e. yesterday. they feared this might just be the beginning. the supreme court declines to review an order on daca. what this means for hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants.>> this is "ktvu mornings on 2". >> good morning, welcome back i'm mike mibach. >> i'm gasia mikaelian and the weather is going to pick up. >> we are going to be cold later as the system moves through. good morning mike. is going to get cold and rainfall looks to be okay.
the rain would be good but here it is clearing to the north and as that take place the colder air is coming. the front is making its presence felt. may be widely scattered showers this afternoon with unstable air coming in. highs will be in the 50s today, mendocino county almost 1/2 inch , cloverdale also in the same area. ross and marin county almost 1/4, oakland airport at .13 inches and 1/4 near walnut creek. winter weather advisories are out until 10:00 tonight. we have a turning breeze to the north but southerly to the south as the system is slipping into the peninsula into the east bay santa fe as well as the mountains. from richmond to vallejo it has gone through out to eastern contra costa back over to san ramon, dublin, livermore and over into fremont redwood city
palo alto as well as los altos hills and back into the santa cruz mountains. that is good rain around boulder creek as well as scotts valley. we have 40s on the temps in the wind is pushing south but northwest after the front moves through then we have rain tapering off after the morning but it will be chilly with a few showers. it is 8:02 what you want to start with on the roads? we are really busy because of these crashes surrounding the wet weather. the worst area is the east bay and contra costa county. highway 4 very slow, 680 recovery from earlier crashes. highway 80 westbound is also slow and marin county is slow from novato into san rafael as well as rohnert park. too many crashes to mention, highway 24 is finally getting improvement but it has been
slow all morning, 80 westbound is slow and this is a specific time, 50 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze with 25 more minutes from the bridge. san francisco is very slow southbound so get on the road early if you have to catch a flight. consider public transportation with all of this slow traffic. 880 we had an earlier accident but there have been more crashes and the moral of the story is to leave early. immigrant rights groups say that at least 11 people in the bay area were detained by i.c.e. this weekend, this comes after the oakland mayor libby schaaf warned people that i.c.e. was planning a large-scale operation. allie rasmus is live to explain. >> reporter: we are outside the i.c.e. field office in san francisco and we have reached out to the representatives trying to find out how many people were
detained. immigrant rights groups say according to their response and reports they believe at least 11 people were detained by i.c.e. over the weekend. the family of a man arrested in napa shared video of their father, a 39-year-old man being detained. this comes hours after the oakland mayor sent out an alert to her community saying that she received information from whirlpool -- multiple sources that i.c.e. was planning a operation. this organization includes attorneys from the aclu and san francisco bar association. they say that this could be similar to a sweep that was done in southern california earlier this week in which more than 200 undocumented immigrants were detained in a single week. >> this is another example of the fact that these operations
and tactics are not meant to make the community safe but to actually intimidate communities of color and also to terrorize sanctuary cities as a whole state. just because the administration does not agree with our policies from california. >> reporter: in response to the operation in los angeles the i.c.e. deputy director says the local sanctuary laws resulted in more detentions and he said because sanctuary jurisdictions like los angeles prevent i.c.e. from resting illegal aliens officers are forced to conduct at-large arrests. we have reached out to i.c.e. representatives to find out how many people were arrested yesterday and to see if we could get more information about if this is part of a larger operation or a larger effort that will continue
through the week. back to you guys. the united states supreme court refused the trump request to review a federal judge order that continues the daca program protecting undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children. this will leave in place the daca program which protects 600,000 undocumented immigrants from deportation. president trump set a march 5 deadline for the program to end if congress did not take action to extend it but federal courts have ruled setting the deadline was illegal. the ninth circuit court of appeals will now rule on the case. california attorney general javier becerra responded to the supreme court ruling by saying we look forward to explaining that daca is fully legal and for the sake of the dreamers who help make our economy strong the rescission should not be allowed. two suspects are in custody
following a high-speed chase from sunnyvale to palo alto. the chase ended at stanford avenue in palo alto at 12:30. there are reports police have arrested two suspects when they try to escape. sunnyvale police got unconfirmed reports of shots fired during the case, at this point there are no injuries. law enforcement in san mateo are investigated the shooting near daly city. christien kafton has more from the broadmoor police department were at last word police were still looking for suspects. we have been in contact with the chief of police in broadmoor from early this morning, he said he may have an update later on possibly early in the afternoon. we have contacted the sheriff's office but still no word of any arrests. let's show you a map so you can see where we are. police responded at 8:45 to shots fired in the parking lot of the hillside market on villa
street near hillside boulevard in san mateo county. this morning broadmoor police confirmed one woman died at the scene, two men were taken to the hospital. one of them died at the hospital or in route to the hospital. the other man is expected to survive. investigators have not released any description of the suspects or have talked about a motive. as for the shooter, there were multiple suspects but there is no description of the suspects yet or any vehicle used in the incident. currently investigators are asking anyone with information to come forward. from broadmoor christian captain, ktvu fox 2 news. a four-year-old boy is in critical condition after he felt on a cliff yesterday near stinson beach. chp rushed to rescue the little boy who fell 30 feet down landing in a creek. it is not clear why or how he fell. bart service in east
bay is back to normal after a woman was hit by a train at the north concord martinez station. according to a dispatcher the woman is expected to survive. heart has not released any other information. we have wet weather bringing more snow to the sierra. in a moment a report from placer county as the rain is turning into snow. a warning from doctors related to filters on your phone. why they say the enhanced photos are causing serious problems for young people. the wet weather has made a mess of the commute. most of the commutes are slow and it looks like we have a couple of chp vehicles headed out west. we will see what is happening, coming up.
the california democratic party is not endorsing senator dianne feinstein in her bid for reelection, the senator has held the seat since 1992. 54% were more eager to back her primary challenger state senator leader kevin de leon. he has crafted himself as a fresh face with stronger progressive credentials. >> the democratic party, voters
are saying that we are tired of the old institutions. we are tired of the old democratic politics we are looking for a new direction. >> both candidates failed to get the 60% needed to win the endorsement so neither candidate will get extra campaign cash leading into the primary. there will be no endorsement in the governor's race. gavin newsom is leading with 39% support, state treasurer john chung received 30%, former school superintendent delaine easton received 20%. the democrats have released a memo with their answer to claims that the justice department abused surveillance which has pitted california congressman against each other. the chair of the house until committee says the fbi abused rules to spy on members of the trump campaign but the top democrat says the justice department starting investigating the ties to russia before receiving information from a file financed
by the clinton campaign. >> we think this will help inform the public of the many distortions and inaccuracies in the memo. we think it is clear evidence that the democrats are not only trying to cover this up, but they are also colluding with parts of the government to help cover it up. >> the president tweeted the memo is a total political and legal bust confirming all the terrible things that were done illegally. the official response is that the memo fails to answer serious concerns about surveillance during the election. let's get you out the door, we have rain and wind. >> we do have a little bit of everything with a lot of crashes. three times the normal amount at least with people getting into trouble slipping off the roadway. 50 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the macarthur maze and at the bay
bridge we are adding time as well. most of the commute hassles have been in the commute direction, southbound 101 with slow traffic but also northbound 101. it is jammed from near silver avenue up to cesar chavez. 880 n. is also slow. so if you're driving in this area i would add 15 to 20 minutes or even more to some of the commutes. i keep putting this arrow on 880 because it is very slow. if we push in it is slow from 238 all the way into southern fremont, the dunbarton bridge is also slow and the south bay commute is starting to fill in. all of the commutes are slow over the wet weather so please give yourself extra time. let's bring in steve paulson.>> we have some rain totals but it looks like a much bigger system is coming thursday and friday. montero with good rain.
san helena very good, el cerrito .24. sometimes i don't have all the time to update these. walnut creek .19, oakland airport .13, most of the rain was in mendocino county. upper lake and lake county once lashley, cloverdale almost there, occidental .25, san francisco and cal at .13. cordelia has .16, two inches of no -- new snow at gold run. there is a winter weather advisory continuing into the mountains going until 10:00 tonight. again this is another system where they have a lot of precipitation as opposed to the snow. we have poultry amounts of rain until now but that 2 to 4 inches could be even more around lake level.
8 to 18 inches at the passes in the mountains. when we are winding down with the rain they will continue with the snow. the back edges getting your grass valley and pines so we have some good snow but the system is moving through. it has held together with this dividing line and it is not raining to the north but from el cerrito into richmond also into martinez and concord to the south we have rain. more good rain near brentwood, antioch and discovery bay. san ramon and danville looking at a little snow on diablo as well. over in los altos into sunnyvale, cupertino back along skyline into the santa cruz mountains. lexington hills, boulder creek into the santa clara valley. 40s on the temperatures with cold air filtering in, the dividing line from palo alto to the southeast breeze with palo alto gusting up to 20 miles per hour. from hayward we have southwind
but oakland is the north. it is barreling through now but we could get a few scattered showers later this afternoon mainly the cold air coming in. rain developing today and a stronger system moving in thursday into friday. this will be the best since early january maybe even since november so this one is looking good. early rain turning to showers today. thursday for those of you working outside i would make plans now to try to not because you won't be able to and this could continue into thursday night, friday and early saturday. there is the projection. 2 1/2 up to three inches in sacramento. again that is the end of the week, march is coming in like a lion. 50s for your temperatures today. can you tell i am excited? >> you have talked about the
miracle march. >> the first seven days the good so we are holding onto it. >> i have a lot of families in my neighborhood talking about going to the snow for spring break. do you think snow will still be there?>> yes.>> can i tell you the key? there is tremendous cold air in europe. unbelievably cold air and then that moves through and the pattern changes. >> very helpful, thank you. former first lady michelle obama will release a memoir on november 13. she released a statement through her publisher saying the book has given her the opportunity to reflect on her life. she hopes that her story will inspire readers to become whatever they want to be. the former first lady will be at oracle arena in oakland on march 28. tickets go on sale at 10:00
this morning. the newest samsung smart phone is the galaxy asinine, the biggest selling point is the camera which can freeze fast-moving objects. the camera is supposed to take better photos and darker settings as well. the phone debuted this weekend in spain with a price of $719. apple will begin shipping its new charging pad next month. it is designed to recharge several products at the same time which include your iphone, ipod, your watch and the next generation of airpods. there has no official price but it could go as much is $200. doctors report a growing problem tied to a popular feature on snapshot and instagram. users can use filters that change the way they look. you can change your isaac color or even get rid of wrinkles but now doctors say more and more people want to look like those pictures that they see in the
cyber world. >> we don't have the science or technology to do everything that the filter can do. the problem is that human beings look a certain way which is not always representative. >> many people are requesting plastic surgery to try to get that filter face they desire. the requests are most common among teenagers and young adults. thousands of passengers dreaming of a hawaiian holiday are about to find out there was a change in plans. we will tell you why the airline was able to cancel the flights weeks in advance and make some new arrangements. advances in technology could be holding students back. the simple skills that some are struggling with.
deadly violence in syria continues days after the un security council passed a resolution for a 30 day cease- fire, airstrikes have killed at least 25 people including a family of nine and there are reports several people may have been exposed to chlorine gas. russian president vladimir putin has ordered daily humanitarian pauses. today marks 25 years since the 1993 terror attack at the world trade center in new york. there will be a ceremony held at the site to honor the victims
and survivors. it will include a moment of silence at 12:18. there will also be a reading of the victims names, the attack killed six people. more than 1000 others were injured. the wife of the pulse nightclub shooter will be going on trial in orlando, noor salman is accused of aiding a chick -- terror organization. prosecutors say that she knew that her husband was going to attack the club. he opened fire at the nightclub in june 2016 killing 49 people. noor salman could face life in prison. the white house is responding to word that north korea may be willing to hold talks with the trump administration. north korean representatives said that they are willing to talk with washington, the us will wait and see if north korea is serious about taking steps toward eliminating its nuclear program.
the announcement comes days after president trump imposed new sanctions against north korea. the supreme court will hear arguments in a lawsuit that could strip the power of unions representing millions of public employees. the justices will decide if state government workers can be forced to pay a share of union dues even if they are not in the union. people who do not want to join the public sector unions can be charged a fee to cover the costs of collective bargaining. the court deadlocked on the same issue two years ago, since then neil gorsuch has joined the court and it is believed he will rule against the unions. there will be a rally at noon today on the steps of san francisco city hall for those who want to show support. several supervisors will join representatives at the rally. headed back to school after the mass shooting in florida. what students at stoneman douglas high school are doing
as they return to class. this morning in palo alto more than 100 high school students are staging a rally before classes start in support of new gun control measures in this country. we will tell you about the event across the street from gunn high school. good morning, it is very slow and the wet weather has made the commute slower. give yourself some extra tabs -- time when you leave the house today. finally some rain which is helping and the front has gone through to the north but cold air is coming and we have a much better system on tap for thursday and friday. ay
welcome back to "ktvu mornings on 2" i'm gasia mikaelian. >> good morning, i'm mike mibach. let's check in with steve paulson as we have a wet start.>> we are almost done in about one or two hours. and then the cold air is coming but don't put away the rain gear. it is going to be picking up later in the week. pacifica .32 inches which is a lot for the month. they are getting more today compared to the entire month. we have the system moving through to the north there is clearing with breaks in the clouds. san jose and the santa clara valley with parts of the east bay getting some good amounts. the sierra has been doing a lot better than us and we could have some snow on diablo but in eastern contra costa over to
parts of santa clara county and the peninsula we have some areas getting some pretty good rain as the system moves through. 40s with the temperatures and we are watching to the north for the cold air. a lot of 40s here with 50s for while but now the front is moving through. it is moving through to the south and when the wind turns north it means we are west with the wind but now we are looking for clearing to take place with a cool breezy pattern with widely scattered showers 50s on the temperatures as we are below average again. it is 8:31. the roads are little better but still quite slow. a lot of people are leaving the house at the same time every day but you may want to add 15 to 20 minutes today. it is pretty slow on the east shore freeway getting to this point. when you get to the macarthur maze things look to be slow at
the toll plaza. it has stopped raining temporarily so that has helped and traffic is trying to get back to normal. we are going to have showers and this is a look at are maps. look at the red. everywhere is red. the peninsula, not a lot of crashes on the 101 but it is still slow from san mateo all the way into san francisco. that is a tough commute. it is very slow everywhere from 280 into silicon valley. 101 from 85 into 17 all of it is very slow. this is the rain finally leaving the south a and you can tell it is affecting the commute. let's get back to the desk. high school students in palo alto are calling for stricter gun control measures by rallying. alex savidge is live from gunn high school with more on the events this morning.>> reporter:
good morning, of course the rain is coming down in palo alto but we have a good crowd taking part in this rally. this morning at the height of the rally we had well over 100 students and other supporters on hand across the street from gunn high school. the students are holding up signs as people drive by they are honking in support and people, these students are saying never again. they want stricter gun laws and that is why they are staging this rally. before classes even get underway students gathered this morning, more than 100 were here and they are rallying in support of gun control in this country. the demonstration comes in response to the violence in florida from earlier this month where a gunman killed 17 people inside of stoneman douglas high school. the students who survived the massacre have been leading a call for tough gun laws and
many students at many different schools have followed suit and they have been leading their own walkouts and demonstrations such as this. >> we want our voices to be heard. we are children but i feel like we should be treated as adults because we have a say. >> there is no need for assault rifles. nobody should be able to get them. it is not just for hunting this is an automatic weapon. >> reporter: the students from gunn high school staging this rally got support from a group called raging grannies, a group of activists who advocate for social justice. we should point out the public outcry following the shooting in parkland has really led to lawmakers responding in many different ways. president trump says the number one topic he will be discussing
during a governors conference in washington dc is the shooting in florida from earlier this month. the president has floated a number of different ideas in response to the violence including his idea to arm teachers, but when you talk to the students taking part in the demonstrations including this one in palo alto they want the focus to be on gun control, stricter gun laws in hopes of preventing another one of the shootings. >> alex savidge, thank you. classes will resume wednesday at the high school in parkland where 17 people were killed on valentine's day. thousands return to stoneman douglas high school yesterday for the first time since the shooting. they were able to pick up belongings left behind, congress is under pressure to respond to the shooting. last night president trump promised a gathering of the nation's governors and he will
press action on guns. >> that will be first on the list because we have to stop what is happening with respect to that subject. >> the president says he supports raising the age to purchase a rifle to 21 which is something the nra says they are against. the florida governor has ordered an investigation into the law enforcement response at stoneman douglas high school after there were claims that three deputies stayed outside of the school and did not rush in to stop the shooter. there are calls for governor scott to remove the broward county sheriff. a state representative sent a letter to the governor that says the sheriff should be removed for neglect of duty and incompetence. >> it was a shameful letter. it was politically motivated. i never met him and he does not know anything about me. the letter was full of misinformation. >> thursday the sheriff deputy
scott peterson resigned after it was revealed he stayed outside of the school for at least four minutes while the shooter was inside. most americans support tougher gun laws. 61% of those who responded to the survey say that tougher laws would prevent mass shootings in the united states. 63% support banning semi automatic weapons. most do not expect congress to act only 19% say the odds are excellent or good the congress will pass legislation. senator dianne feinstein is pushing ahead with a bill to raise the minimum age to purchasing assault style rifles. the legislation will be introduced this week and would bring the rules for purchasing those rifles in line with handguns. some republicans are supporting the bill, jeff flake tweeted he is working alongside senator feinstein on the legislation. heavy snow in the sierra mountains prompting school closures in lake tahoe.
>> we are going to the mountains in lake tahoe from placer county. >> we are standing just up the road from colfax and look at this scene. snow was coming down heavy and the flakes are big. interesting within one hour when we arrived there was nothing on the ground and by 6:20 we were measuring the inches. as you can see it is continuing to pile up. this is important because of how meager they sierra snowpack is now. we are 80% below where we should be for this time of year. the reason why that is so concerning is because the sierra snowpack is basically the water supply in the summertime for the state. this snow is not light and fluffy either, this is heavy snow with real water to it. again, it is clumpy which means there is good water in it and that is great news because this means it will add to the water
supply and ultimately around summer to the reservoirs. as always, it is creating issues on the roads and closing a lot of schools today as the snow continues to dump. in the sierra i'm mike gisele. technology may be causing children to struggle to write. the use of technology may be ruining dexterity for children. swiping touchscreens is not along them to develop the motor skills needed to hold pencils and pens. this brings us to the question of the day. how concerned are you about children who struggle to hold pencils and pens because of too much technology? currently as we look at the poll, 46% say that they are
very concerned, 25% are somewhat concerned and 29% are not concerned at all. >> we are getting a lot of tweets on this one. one person says communication changes over time however maintaining the skill of handwriting should continue to be a school subject. >> another viewer says i struggle to believe this is true unless children were spending obscene amounts of time on the tablet.>> another tweet says in my line of work i have seen some millennials unable to sign their name in cursive. >> we will keep the question of the day up you can reach us using our hashtag. coming up, new reports about how the city of san francisco is trying to tackle a housing shortage issue. also, protecting your identity. the equifax security breach leaving lasting questions.
his wife. checking for the opening bell, there are no problems for facebook as the stock is still up. the dow jumped 200 points on the opening bell from this morning. coming back a little bit checking in on the numbers now, back up to 230 points, one full percentage point. facebook is one of the stocks that is up also with the famed stocks, facebook, amazon, netflix, google all back at record highs. the nasdaq and s&p hundred -- 500 are up. hawaiian airlines canceling flights between the bay area and hawaii. the plan to start service between oakland and hawaii in april was also scheduled between oakland and hawaii in may. it was also going to add an esther flight between san
francisco and honolulu but they ordered the new jets to provide the service and those have been delayed from the company that makes the jets and there is word that boeing is working to convince the company to purchase its planes instead so check your flight. nearly 6 months after equifax announced a data breach affecting 145 million customers, a new report says 50% of people have not checked their credit scores to see if they were affected. most of the people who have not checked their credit scores do know about the hack. the report finds only 26% of adults between the ages of 18 and 37 had not heard about the breach. a new report says san francisco issued more home building permits last year than in the past. a real estate website says the city issued 6200 permits in
2017, the website says that is 95% more than the historic average. the report says the majority of the permits were for multiunit buildings and only 7% were for single-family homes. there was a battle brewing between ranchers and companies that make veggie burgers and other fake meat. the kettleman association wants the federal government to set an official definition for the words beef and meat, this comes after companies that make plant- based foods started using language traditionally used by cattlemen to promote their products. this is a good start to a larger conversation. we were talking about it earlier. i have to look very closely at the labels to see because sometimes the vegetarian options look like actual meat.
so they are cutting into the business of the cattle ranchers. >> even traditional meat eaters might try the alternative. >> the impossible burger sounds like it is pretty good. >> my wife tries to sneak one in every now and then. sometimes i get fooled. >> he doesn't want to admit it. thank you. let's check in with sal on the commute.>> it is pretty rough. i think you probably could have predicted this when you woke up in the morning and saw it was raining. you probably knew that, in fact let me click on this. you likely knew you would need more time for the commute. let's take a look at 280 on the left, this is approaching san jose state. on the right northbound 280 that is a brief break but most of it will be slow traffic in
the south bay. look at the south bay traffic on the 101, 200, 17, all of this is slow. i cannot possibly detail all the different crashes. it is only to say the major crashes have been cleared to the side but they have left their damage. look at the slow traffic on highway 4. this is good news, if you are 680 this has improved to the venetia bridge so there is a little hope, 880 is low from downtown oakland and of course the bay bridge toll plaza to the maze is going to be slow. give yourself a lot of time as you try to get to work. let's bring in steve paulson with your forecast. >> we have rain ending in the next hour or two but not completely disappearing. it will return thursday and friday. the best system in a long time but already we have clearing to the north but the cold air is filtering in. to the south we
are getting rain around the santa cruz mountains and san jose. moss beach 1/3 inch, el cerrito 1/3, mill valley 1/4, union city and walnut creek around .2. considering a month where we have been bone dry we will take it. boonville in mendocino was the most, upper lake 1/3, cloverdale, 1/3, occidental ross and marin county 1/4 and san francisco .18 inches. one of are viewer says it is a cold 43 degrees in danville. the rain is tapering off. >> it is a cold pattern and it was cold enough for snow on the mountain. more to come this week and that is correct. there is snow in the mountains around the 2200 foot level. winter weather advisory until 10:00 tonight. all of the systems have been good for snow but notice today
we had more water trajectory but this is a good snow producer with a back edge two or three hours for now, but there it is moving through the southern side of peninsula into the mountains into monterey and into the santa clara valley to the east bay. the rain has ended and you can see the dividing line from concord lafayette into berkeley and san francisco. brentwood over into tracy, livermore andy altamont pass getting some of that precipitation along with san jose down into campbell into evergreen in the santa clara valley, saratoga and cupertino back over highway 17 in scotts valley. 40s on the temperatures so it is cold, the breeze will turn northerly as it has for other locations. 43 in ukiah, 43 in truckee so we have cold air behind the system but the morning rain is just about done. clearing is taking place to the
north with a few buildups later today, that is the first system with a much stronger system as march is coming in like a lion. colder into friday and saturday as the system sets up. breezy and cool with isolated showers this afternoon but the setup will be for thursday. it looks to be the best we have had in a long time. rainfall today was about what we thought maybe 1/2 inch at the most but look at the projections from stockton sacramento and reading. november 16 was the last time we had one this good. 50s for the temps with the cold air coming tomorrow night. we will be cloudy wednesday and the rain will start late wednesday or early thursday going into saturday. more studies are showing problems with ridesharing companies. coming up why companies like uber and lyft are doing the opposite of what they are meant
firecrackers welcome the year of the dog at the san francisco chinese new year parade saturday, tens of thousands packed the street along the parade route. it has taken place in san francisco since the 1860s. there are traditional lion dancers with floats and dragons. police have not released the official numbers yet but organizers say that it was expected to draw hundreds of thousands. the 2018 winter olympic games are over, workers are starting to tear down the signs and remove stores around the olympic venues. there are a few buses in the streets now, starting march 8 on 2018 the paralympics will begin with 550 athletes competing in 80 different events. a limited edition corn
flakes box featuring gold medal winner chloe kim has sold out. at 17 years old she became the youngest female snowboarder to win olympic gold. the new box sold out in seven hours. kim announced she would be on the box last week during an appearance on the tonight show. ridesharing services may not be reducing congestion. companies like uber and lyft are putting more vehicles on the road. a new survey from boston shows people who would have normally walked or biked used a rideshare service. in october a similar survey found similar results. fighting to join the cannabis market. a group looking to launch its own grow operation and why it would become competition for the state market.
that five people have been killed in a massive explosion in central england. several others have been injured, this was last night 100 miles north of london. the blast destroyed a convenience store and home, investigators are trying to determine the cause of the explosion. a 20-year-old man and three teenagers were arrested saturday on suspicion of breaking into two homes in richmond and a high-speed chase. richmond police were called about a home invasion in the carriage hills neighborhood at 6:30 saturday night. on the scene they received another call of a second robbery two miles away. police saw a car matching the description of the getaway car leading to a high-speed chase which ended after the suspect car crashed into a light pole. a chp helicopter was called in to track them down. police recovered two loaded guns after the arrest. menlo park police will
continue the search for someone they are calling an armed and dangerous man who was accused of firing an assault rifle in his backyard. police spent 12 hours outside of a home on sevier avenue saturday night and yesterday morning. were trying to make contact with the 36-year-old jose gutierrez. they managed to get a search warrant and went in the home but found nobody was there. neighbors told them he fired the weapon because he was upset about a loud party late saturday night. police say that he could be driving a silver honda accord with the license plate on your screen. that is a california plate seen here. if you see the car with this plate call menlo park police. the california native american cannabis association wants to grow and sell its own marijuana outside of the legal marijuana market. they say the current licensing
rules could give the state power over native american land and strip them of sovereignty, if they are successful it could be competition for the state market. many communities are on edge as the threat of immigration continues. two bay area mayors are responding. the deadly flu season could finally be winding down. snapchat makes it easier than ever to clean up your look with your smart phone. now many doctors are getting requests sparking concern. it is monday morning kind of a rainy commute around the bay area as we give you a life picture of the golden gate bridge. the rain is making its way out of the north bay and welcome everybody. it feels good after we have been so dry. it was a bit of a