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people to thaw out. >> i didn't have somewhere warm to go during the day so here i am. >> reporter: john kelly is waiting for the overnight warming location to open here in san jose. he is a few hours early so he will wait along with charles who knows firsthand what it is like to battle the elements. >> it's just incredible. some have had a difficult time going through this and it is very difficult. >> the community centers will open to help people living on the streets get somewhere warm after temperatures plummeted. >> these are the coldest temperatures we have seen so far this year. >> spencer said the city of san jose is under a frost advisory tonight with potential lows dropping into the mid-20s. >> you could get hypothermia or frostbite if you are in temperatures that cold for a long period of time without warm clothing.
>> reporter: officials will extend inclement weather services until tuesday due to the cold weather. it is why the organization home first is helping to run the shelter. >> reporter: the cold weather shelters they run will house 200 guests at a time. one man told her the moment he decided to seek out help. >> he woke up one morning and the cuffed cup he left out was a solid block of ice. >> reporter: there's not much you can do when it gets this cold. >> i am just trying to get as many things as far as gloves as possible. >> reporter: those want to come need to have a referral. in the spirit of thanksgiving all home first thanksgiving will give out traditional dinners tonight. they want people to know that there are places to go because another bout of cold and rain is just around the corner. >> if there is any way for people to get shelter and get
out of the ring and get warm, that is our biggest recommendation. >> reporter: anyone who needs the shelter can call 211 in this area to find a location nearest them and we have learned that the san francisco winter shelter program is now in effect so you can call 311 to find a shelter there. >> allison, thank you. in the sierra it has been snowing hard. this is video from squaw valley showing a lot of fresh snow near ski lifts. resort operators say they have 18 inches at the base with more than seven inches falling in the past 24 hours. squaw posted another photo showing a break in the snow and the blue skies above the mountains. >> that is what they need in the sierra. we will get more rain here. what are we looking at here? >> first i want to talk about the amazing snow up there.
a lot are open or opening this weekend. just under two feet of snow. squaw valley is already open but look at the others here. sugar bowl is opening tomorrow. 20 inches at sierra tahoe and north star 24 inches. they are ready to rock 'n roll. we do have some flakes still flying up there. it is starting to lighten up. best time to travel is going to be tomorrow into saturday morning and after that it will get real tricky. i want to show the big picture here. all of the rain that was giving us a headache now down in southern california and they have been getting daily with rain. some tuff times there. for us it has been a pretty nice day. we did get some blue skies and we had some clouds out there. starting to see a few pops on the radar. you can see that as we zoom in
here. just to the east of morgan hill and just south of livermore probably not a lot of that hitting the ground. temperatures have been cool today. 44 degrees in santa rosa. 44 in san francisco where we are taking a live look. oakland 45 degrees. san jose coming in at 48 degrees. some very cold temperatures tonight as we have a freeze warning in place for parts of the north bay and a frost advisory in areas in light blue. we are going to talk more about that and play a game i like to call how low can we go and it is pretty low tonight? several hundred homeless residents in san jose got to taste and feel of a traditional thanksgiving meal courtesy of a local nonprofit. as jesse gary report, the act of giving is designed to transform lives beyond this holiday.
>> this holiday of giving thanks starts with doing good for san jose volunteers. for six hours from 11 am to 5 pm thanksgiving dinner is served for the less fortunate. >> we want this to be there place of normal living. we want to get them off the streets. >> reporter: the executive chef cooking up a traditional turkey meal with all the trimmings. beneficiaries of the all-you- can-eat sitdown service some of san jose's estimated 1500 residents. >> this is wonderful. this is my second plate. this is a great meal. thank you. >> reporter: in addition to food, services such as haircuts, footpaths and clothing giveaways are on the table. >> thanksgiving is a day don't want people to feel isolated or alone. we want them to know they have somewhere they can come to and be loved on and be provided for. >> reporter: seven and 800 people received food and care from city team san jose.
it is not just the immediate needs they are looking after the long-term needs that can transform lives. >> a year ago i was sitting in jail for selling methamphetamines. >> reporter: richard spent thanksgiving 2018 locked away from family and kids. after 12 months in a recovery program he is helping others this holiday season who strayed onto the wrong path. >> it is great giving back to those who helped in giving back to a community that i took from a long time ago. >> everyone has greatness on the inside of them and sometimes people lose sight of that. it takes those coming around them and encouraging them and seeing the potential when they don't see it themselves. >> reporter: these types of success stories coupled with care and a hot meal can transform the thanksgiving holiday into the first step on the road to rebuilding lives.
tens of thousands of runners and walkers were up bright and early on the streets of downtown san jose. they braved the chilly weather as they took part in the turkey trot. the fun run has raised $10 million during the past 15 years. >> we are here at the 15th annual silicon valley turkey trot so we can build community, help needy families and start our holidays in a fun and healthy way. 22,000 people supported by 2300 volunteers. >> reporter: thanks giving morning street races are becoming more common in cities across the u.s. the turkey trot in downtown san jose is believed to be the nation's largest. in oakland the winner of chopped prepared the meal for thanksgiving for dozens of people who are hungry. rashad homes to owns two
restaurants in east bay and he helped out in fitzgerald. he was helping out mikey's meals which began feeding people 11 years ago and since then they have served more than 10,000 meals in the west oakland community. this year mikey's meals is expanding their service as well to provide hotel vouchers to homeless people. >> we are starting a program where we can give hotel rooms to the homeless. so on christmas and thanksgiving they can have a warm bed, lay down and take a shower. >> mikey's meals was started by michael caraway junior. he had a life-saving liver transplant several years ago and wanted to help others as his way of giving back. seven people have been displaced after a fire in an apartment building in fairfield. the fire started just before 11 am near park layne. two units sustained significant fire damage and to others had
water damage in another unit damaged when fire crews try to get to the flames. the american red cross is helping the adults and children find housing. no one was injured. the fire was an accident and was not related to the thanksgiving cooking. an elderly woman and two grandchildren were found safe. sandra young is from fairfield with her two grandchildren who are seven and nine. she hadn't been seen since sunday. authorities said the three were considered at risk because young has medical problems but this morning a worker at a shell station recognized them and called police. >> the amber alert came across my phone and showed a picture of the lady and two kids and they had been missing from fairfield. 10 minutes later she walked in the door and asked if she could use the restroom. >> reporter: all of them were in good condition. police declined to see where they had been or what they were doing for the past three days. the grandmother has been caring for the two kids since their parents died in a car crash.
today two children reported missing from novato were also found safe this afternoon. 13-year-old jonathan and 11- year-old madeleine were reported missing last night after they had an argument with her parents. they looked through the night and couldn't find the kids but just before 1 pm both kids were found safe in san rafael. at this time there is no word on where they were after they left home. two suspects in custody after an attempted burglary in alamo. the sheriff's department said they were called to a home after 3 am. deputies say a canine unit helped them arrest the suspects who were carrying items they stole from the home. the men suffered minor injuries during the arrest and taken to the hospital before being booked on burglary and possession of stolen property. a thanksgiving tradition for the benefit of those in need. at 5:30 pm volunteers team up to dish up a warm holiday meal at san francisco's glide
memorial church. a famous balloon at the thanksgiving day parade almost didn't make it in the air today. thanksgiving travel may be difficult this week as storms move across the country. we have more on that story coming up. most stores are open thanksgiving, 6pm to midnight. reopening friday at 7am. ...with extended hours saturday and sunday. yes for less. ...with extended hours saturday and sunday. ♪ ♪
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rough weather is moving to other parts of the country as well impacting thousands of people who are traveling over the thanksgiving holiday. brian shows us some damage from storms hitting midwest. >> reporter: 55 million americans are traveling this thanksgiving holiday and some still facing delays and cancellations as they make their way to their destination all thanks to major storm systems wreaking havoc through large portions of the country. >> all the parking garages are closed, or full three miles out from the airport. >> reporter: in illinois windy conditions were felt knocking over a sign at this taco bell. in colorado more than 30 inches of snow were reported but some people aren't letting it bother her holiday weekend. >> it is a little slippery. >> reporter: on the west coast a bomb like loaning driver stranded in california and oregon forcing some to sleep in their car. >> i'm still getting traction but change required. be careful.
don't do anything rash and don't make decisions. just give lots of space. don't cut off the trucks. >> reporter: travel delays caused by powerful storms could have a ripple effect that could last for days. >> when you have consistent storms coming through you will see a pile up of delays that will have a domino effect going forward. you may get delayed or canceled today and you might get on a flight until friday. high winds making their way to new york city in time for the macy's day parade. the balloons were given the all clear to fly. in new york city, fox news. as brian mentioned despite the weather the famous balloons were permitted to fly at the annual macy's day thanksgiving parade in york city. but they flew lower than usual after high winds threatened to ground them. the balloons are not supposed to fly if exceed 34 miles an hour and they got pretty close to that. gusts of 32 miles an hour were
recorded in central park shortly before the parade. the balloons have only been granted one other time for weather related reasons and that was back in 1971. air-quality managers are asking bay area residents to hold off on burning wood in fireplaces over the weekend to help prevent poor air quality. the air quality management district said woodsmoke is a major source of air pollution. the agency isn't issuing a burn ban but is reminding residents that forgoing a fire will have everyone breeze easier especially those with respiratory issues. we did okay for thanksgiving. we stayed mostly dry. but boy was it chilly. feels like the holidays. these were the highs today and i had to do a double take to make sure i was redding it quickly. it did not get past 48 degrees in san francisco. normally we should be about 60. a little warmer in the north
bay where we got sunshine in earlier and warmed up to 51 degrees in santa rosa. 47 in san mateo. 48 in mountain view. 45 was the high in livermore today. these are our current temperatures. not far off of the highs right now. we are in the 40s all across the bay area. 50 at sfo. 42 in hayward. it is definitely going to be a cool evening. we do not have a lot of went out there. that is nice when you have temperatures this cold. it is not feeling any colder. five miles now in santa rosa. that will change when we have another system coming our way. here is a current look at the radar. there is certainly moisture around us. you see it as we look off to the east toward modesto. mostly just clouds in the bay area. a few pops on the radar happening down near the morgan hill area. you get some of the peaks and
you will see a few snowflakes. as we zoom out all of the action is down in southern california. this low pressure system dropped off the coast here. there is another one that will be rolling in towards us as we get to the weekend. the business we have to deal with tonight is incredible cold because all that air rushed in behind the front as it passed through. tonight if you are in santa rosa this is the low tonight. 24 degrees. 41 in san francisco. morgan hill 31. livermore 31 and fairfield 32. napa 30 degrees and that is why we have a freeze warning for many of our north bay valleys. temperatures will be in the 20s and a frost advisory along the coast in the north bay and in the east bay and valleys down to morgan hill and gilroy the frost advisory starts at 10 pm tonight through 9 am tomorrow morning. tomorrow we will start chilly
but it will be a nice day albeit cooler. we should stay relatively dry at the coast. mid-fifties inland. a little improvement over today. we have another system coming our way. it will be a strong one dropping out of the northwest ringing heavy rain and wind. i will time that out when i come back and we will talk about your extended forecast. in sacramento today more than 30,000 people ran a foot race to help feed those in need. the race has been going on for 26 years. tony has highlights from today's run to feed the hungry. >> reporter: with the sound of the horn, east sacramento streets are flooded with a sea of runners. each year thousands of families, friends and coworkers come together to run, walk or support those who are. >> i am out here just helping
out volunteering and giving people some extra tear and extra fun. >> reporter: sporting their thanksgiving best. >> i got my 22 and my turkey hat. >> my aunt made these and we have been wearing them for several years. i have the humpty dumpty chicken family here. >> reporter: to help raise about $1 million for the sacramento food bank and family services. >> it is mind-boggling to think of the money that comes in and the amount of good that happens because of those dollars. >> reporter: it happened to start in 1994. now in its 26th year it brings together nearly 30,000 and has become an annual tradition. >> when everyone is in ther it get together and celebrate as a fabulous day. >> i think about six or seven years i have been doing this. >> reporter: not just thankful
for the opportunity to burn a few calories before the big feast. >> thankful for my family and my friends i made throughout the year. >> i'm grateful for so much. my family, my health, the good country live in. >> reporter: also for help ensuring 2 million people will continue receiving assistance from the sacramento food bank and family services. >> it is nice to see so many care. >> reporter: in sacramento wishing you a happy thanksgiving, ktvu fox 2 news. san francisco first responders served thousands of meals today. the sf autoshow is now underway. we will take a look at some of the cars that are on display.
the bay areas largest autoshow is underway at the moscone center. it began this morning and runs until monday. i like both cars. it features many of the new 2020 model your cars trucks and suvs. the director of the event said the autoshow is the perfect thanksgiving weekend destination for families. that is the toyota supra. it is the perfect destination for people looking for a new car. >> if you are in the market for a new car in the next 60 days to a year and you have five
choices and you looked at the internet and all of that, you down here and you bring the family, now you can get in these cars, sit in them, does it fit your family's needs? >> look at the back of that car. >> i need to start fanning you off or something. >> the san francisco autoshow -- >> i really think you need to go to that. there's your car. >> there are a number of classic cars as well as long as with state-of-the-art hybrids. all electric cars and cars like that. >> are you going to be okay? >> yet, but i can look at that forever. the lincoln high school mustangs came away with the victory from the annual turkey bowl. the mustangs beat the balboa buccaneers 10-02 claim the san francisco section title and the norcal playoff berth.
today was the 96th annual turkey bowl. it drew 50,000 fans and began in the 1920s. today only a few hundred fans turned out to watch the game. >> it is a special thing to see. i have my son here and we are enjoying it even though it is cold. it is lots of fun. >> the turkey bowl has only been canceled twice since it started in the 1920s. in 1963 it was called off due to the assassination of john f. kennedy. two years ago the game was canceled because of the wildfires in northern california. dozens of people gathered at a hayward swimming pool for the 18th annual turkey swim in memory of karen gordon. she was a lifeguard at the hayward pool and an intern here at ktvu. she was killed in 2001 by a drunk driver. that was on her 19th birthday. the driver was trying to get away from police in a stolen van. in karen's honor the hayward
plunge holds an open swim every thanksgiving and asks for a five dollar donation. all of the money raised helps pay for swimming lessons for low income children and creates a scholarship fund for lifeguards. >> we have given away probably close to $40,000 in college scholarships and swim lessons for kids. >> the family awarded the scholarships in a ceremony today to two young lifeguards. one from pleasanton and the other from hayward. i got emotional redding that because i remember when she was here. >> i went out there and helped cover her story when that happened. she was a beautiful young woman. it was hard. >> such a great young woman. to democratic candidates spend the holiday in iowa. and president trump makes a surprise visit to afghanistan. what he told troops this thanksgiving.
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4 glide in san francisco hosted their annual celebration today. it served thousands of meals to the homeless at their location in the tenderloin. alyssa harrington tells us that hundreds of volunteers including london breed took part in the event. >> reporter: daniel maxwell from san francisco visited glides thanksgiving celebration for 18 years. maxwell and hundreds of others spent thursday morning carving turkey and ham's potatoes and solids for thousands of the city's homeless. >> a lot of people are separated from their families. the opportunity to create your own
family. >> reporter: glide has been hosting this community meal for more than 50 years. city officials including mayor london breed served plates of food. ceo karen said the event is a way to raise awareness. >> we want to bring attention to a lot of the issues of people struggling from food insecurity, one in four people in our city are struggling. to the growing challenges of addiction and homelessness. >> reporter: glide expects to serve over 9000 meals. they will serve those meals here in the main dining area and will make deliveries to other parts of the city. >> the need in the city is expanding and changing. glide is now starting to step up in new ways and more ways to reach more people. >> reporter: all the food and money for the event is donated. >> it is my honor. >> reporter: one man loaded up
a truck full of turkey, milk, fruit, and 100 pumpkin pies. he made large donations every year for the past 13 years. >> to me thanksgiving means to help others. and i love to do that. and i hope i can help people who are homeless. >> reporter: glides thanksgiving included a performance from the glide ensemble. the feast kicked off a month long series of events including a senior luncheon, the grocery bag giveaway and a christmas day celebration. alyssa harrington, ktvu fox 2 news. san francisco's first responders teamed up today to prepare, serve and deliver holiday meals to thousands of seniors. officers, san francisco sheriff's deputies and city firefighters served a turkey feast to people at the lady shaw senior center. the command staff carved the turkey and everyone pitched in to serve the food. those who couldn't make it had
a meal delivered to their home. >> we are delivering meals to seniors which may not be as mobile. we are driving throughout the city and hand delivering meals. each of us have a route that we are taking. >> what a great thing they are doing. the event was organized by first responders and self-help for the elderly. the taliban wants to make a deal and it needs to be a real deal and we will see. i want to make a deal and they only want to make a deal because you are doing a great job. >> reporter: president trump praises u.s. troops as he makes an unannounced things giving visit to afghanistan. he has now reopened peace negotiations with the taliban. he made that comment at an air base. the new talks are the president's latest effort to try to end the 18 year war in afghanistan.
>> reporter: president trump spending thanksgiving in afghanistan making a surprise trip to an air base where he spent the holiday with troops. the commander-in-chief thanking troops for their service overseas. >> hopefully everyone can get some well-deserved rest this holiday. your family is home and i love you so much. >> reporter: the president has repeatedly called to bring u.s. forces who have been stationed abroad for many years home. he called the efforts in afghanistan and endless war. to that end there are still about 12,000 military personnel stationed in afghanistan. also today the president announced a resumption of talks with the taliban. >> this evening as millions of families sit down at their dinner tablthe men and women serving our nation in afghanistan. and deployed all around the globe. great men and women all around the globe. any are coming home. >> reporter: at home the trump
administration has until sunday evening to deternepart in the h judiciary committee next week. those meetings are expected to start wednesday and expected to cover the historical context for previous impeachment efforts. much of the focus remains on rudy giuliani amid new reports that he pursued a business deal in ukraine while pushing for investigations into the bidens, a claim he denied. the intelligence committee is wrapping up the investigative version of the impeachment inquiry preparing to send that report over to judiciary. we are told by adam schiff that report could be prepared and sent as soon as house members return from thanksgiving break. in west palm beach florida, i'm kevin cork, fox news. two of the democratic candidates for president spent the day in des moines iowa. kamala harris turned on -- tiered on turkey trot runners. the 5k and five-mile event had
runners making their way across the city in what is called the largest thanksgiving tradition in iowa. also senator amy klobuchar took part in a thanksgiving service project at the south des moines community center. protesters in hong kong held a thanksgiving rally to think the united states for its support. hundreds of pro-democracy protesters gathered to express their appreciation after president trump signed two bills into law in support of their effort. china has condemned the law saying the bills interfered with the internal affairs of hong kong and china and violate international law. a new requirement for san jose police recruits and how they work to connect with the community they serve. you want to be at home with family and friends this holiday season but how could foreign policy impact your wallet? i am ray bogan in washington
doors looking for deals on things at the top of so many christmas list. electronics and toys. but this year there's a plot twist. >> if we don't make a deal with china i will raise the tariffs higher. >> reporter: toys and electronics made in china are high on president trump's list of tariffs that are set to go up in december if the trade deal isn't hammered out by then. those tariffs were on president trump's mind as he toured an apple computer factory last week in texas. >> when you build in the united states you don't have to worry about tariffs. >> reporter: the economy is still in strong shape and analyst expect consumers to spend more this holiday season, almost 4%. >> an all time record 1.1 trillion november, december, january. >> reporter: we haven't had a holiday season with so much uncertainty. whether it be jobs, tariffs, the elections or something unexpected americans have a lot to consider before they open
their wallets. porter: what abo prospect of impeachment? wall street and consumers have largely shrugged it off so far but that could change. and regardless of how the drama plays out, president trump's job will still be on the line in 2020 especially if tariffs send prices spiking. >> the president has an interest in solving it because as long as the economy stay strong in a trade guild gets done, the president is in better shape for reelection standpoint. >> reporter: for those braving the cold and the crowds, a chance at the best deals could come with a bonus, beating the tariffs. in washington, ray bogan fox news. the east bay regional park's district is waiving fees for activities at the parks tomorrow. they want to encourage set of t movement when rei closed its doors on black fridayspend time with their families
outdoors. police recruits in san jose show how they are serving the community and why they say it is so important. a freeze warning for the north bay. some chilly temperatures on tap in another system coming our way with lots of rain. your extended forecast is next. also ahead is why the chase center already needs some repairs. ♪
3700 seniors and homebound people in san francisco had thanksgiving day meals delivered to them thanks to the salvation army. volunteers were up at 430 this morning preparing 1600 pounds of turkey and 1300 pounds of stuffing. there was plenty of gravy, yams, greens, cranberry sauce and chocolate chip cookies. the meals prepared in the harbor light kitchen. staffed by graduates of the salvation army drug and alcohol recovery program. san jose police asked all of their recruits to serve thanksgiving meals to the homeless. ann rubin tells us they helped out at three locations around the city as part of a plan to build bridges and improve relationships with the community. >> we want to be approachable. gilkey soon their jobs will be to protect and serve. today was all about serving handing out a hot thanksgiving meal for the homeless. >> the learning of how we are part of this community and we
are here to serve starts in the academy. the hope is that days like this will help improve a complicated relationship between police and the homeless. chief eddie garcia has been working with advocates on new ideas. >> that tension is very real and the situations we face, i have seen a lot of volatility but there has to be interaction and communication and there has to be bridges built. >> i have been criminalized for being homeless. gilkey stacy stephenson who has been living in her truck said it will take more than a thanksgiving meal to change her mind about police. she hopes the recruits learn something from the experience. >> what i want the police to know is that we are people. not everyone wants to be out here. a lot of us are here because we are victims of circumstance. >> reporter:uits hope the lessons work both ways and that the homeless might see them in a different light, too. >> to see the person behind the
badge and that we are people, too. that is amazing that everyone can come together and help each other out. it's awesome. >> reporter: the chief has been holding roundtable discussions looking for other ways to reach out to the homeless community. in san jose, ann rubin ktvu fox 2 news. richard sherman donated more than $7400 to a middle school in santa clara. the cornerback personally handed the check to the principal on saturday. he works as a docent at the 49ers museum and that is where sherman pulled him aside. the money will go to cover the school's cafeteria debt. in a letter sherman's foundation said eliminating student lunch that is one way to help families relieve some of the stress that comes with going to school. the highway patrol's maximum enforcement. is underway and runs through the holiday weekend. chp said all available officers will be out on the road all around the state looking for impaired or distracted driving,
unsafe speed and people who fail to buckle up. last year over the thanksgiving holiday highway patrol arrested for the 900 people on suspicion of dui statewide. the maximum enforcement ends sunday at midnight. there seems to be two schools of thought on this cold weather. some that really like it because they say it feels like holiday and some say they don't care for this. for those of you who like it we have a very cold evening on tap in the north bay. we have a freeze warning starting at 10 pm going through the overnight hours and it is mostly for the north bay valleys of santa rosa, and fairfax you will be dealing with temperatures in the 20s and 30s. that is also dangerous. you want to make sure pets and plants are inside and take precautions because pipes can freeze. w go to the east u can see we h advisory and that is the areas in light blue and that is down around san jose and that means temperatures are in the 30s. a little bit warmer and still look out for that tonight. look at santa rosa tonight
where the low is 24 degrees. 41 in san francisco but 30 in napa. 34 in concord. we have below freezing in livermore. same story for san jose and morgan hill. a good night to make that hot cocoa and sit by the fire. right now current temperatures it has been a chilly day today. 47 in san francisco and 42 in novato. 48 in san jose. the wind has been calm and we will see that day that way throughout the night. we will stay that way until saturday and then things will change. five miles per hour quite nice right now. that low pressure system that brought us the rain has now slid to the south and you can see it is dragging all of the heavier showers into parts of southern california and points south. in the bay area we have moisture around and if you pops on the radar. for the most part we are staying dry with a few showers
in the santa cruz mountains. a couple trying to make their way into livermore and i think we stay dry out the night and into tomorrow. we wake up tomorrow very chilly but it will be similar to today. only a little bit warmer. clouds and sun looking for a high of 63 in san francisco. 55 in santa rosa and 51 in hayward and 53 in san jose. then we have another system coming our way. it will be a big rainmaker dropping down from alaska coming in. this will come in friday night into saturday and sunday and could continue into monday. it is going to be a nasty one and bring us a lot of rain. saturday and sunday some heavy rain and wind coming our way. i will show you future cast what it looks like. today looking pretty good with sunshine in there. by friday night you notice the moisture starting to pick up again and here comes saturday morning. saturday afternoon the heavy showers coming down and that will last through sunday possibly into monday.
we are looking at one-2 inches of rain picking up over the weekend into the beginning of the weekend. the extended forecast shows you to enjoy your day tomorrow because saturday and sunday it will be rough going for people. that is also when people are traveling and it is not a great time for more rain but there it is. and we do start to warm up a little bit as we move to the weekend, too. it looks like a brand-new state-of-the-art chase hunter is already in nude -- in need of a few repairs. workers will tear up and replace the hardwood of the warriors practice facility courts because they are warped. separately the chronicle reported that water from a burst pipe seeped into several rooms and offices on tuesday. the damage was quickly repaired. warriors are on the road right now but the practice facility should be back open before their next home game december 9. the raiders say their new
stadium on the las vegas strip won't have its of totally in place until april but it is still expected to be finished by the end of july in time for the start of the 2020 nfl season. the chief contractor said more than 1000 employees are working around the clock six days a week. the crews are confident they will complete the construction of the 65,000 seat indoor stadium ahead of the deadline. there is a new round in a battle over san mateo county beach owned by silicon valley billionaire. the court ruled in favor of the venture capitalist. he has been arguing for a decade that he, not the public owns the only road down to the beach south of half moon bay. legal experts say the ruling provides a boost to the plan to get a permit to reinstall a gate on that property. coming up, a holocaust survivor in italy breaks her silence and police say they have seen an uptick in anti- somatic acts around the country. coming up at 6 pm the new
exhausted by recent events holocaust survivor lily anna broke her silence telling an italian newspaper we must stop those who hate. i will not give up. she was sent to all switch at the age of 13 and she became a target of hate messages after she proposed to commission a study of hate in the italian senate. it was so serious they decided she needed protection. she spent decades educating those on the horrors of the holocaust. a national treasure now under attack. heightening widespread concern in italy that racist and anti- somatic expression is on the upswing. >> the fact that she needs protection is a very serious matter which is obviously the government's duty but also a defeat. >> reporter: this as police thursday raid 19 locations across the country finding guns and swastikas said to belong to people setting up a movement. another moment that shocked many, african born soccer star
was jeered with monkey sounds on the field. >> certainly there is a greater feeling in the use of aggressive language. >> reporter: this garden is dedicated to those who have stood up to hatred and injustice. shortly after its opening the messages scrawled weren't necessarily those of hatred, but this does represent the degradation of an important symbol. and that has shaken up those who came to this garden. >> for the first time in my life i fear that something is changing in the society. >> reporter: thousands gathered in milan in solidarity by the train tracks which took her to
auschwitz. she does not hate the personal message. amy kellogg, fox news. this is ktvu fox 2 news at 6. a cold storm moving through northern california this thanksgiving dumped more than a foot and a half of snow in the sierra and parts of the bay area are bracing for a freeze warning. good evening and happy thanksgiving. we begin tonight with what has been a very cold holiday. i want to show you a live look outside of the san francisco skyline. absolutely beautiful with the moon up at the clear skies. kyla grogan with a look at the cold temperatures. >> we have not had a lot of cloud cover today escape even quicker so that is one of the reasons we are going to see such cool temperatures and one of the reasons the north bay is under freeze warning starting at 10 pm.
10 pm through 9 am and we are looking at temperatures in the 20s and a frost advisory for the east bay and south bay and along the north bay coastline for temperatures in the 30s. this is what the temperatures are going to be tonight. a low of 24 in santa rosa. 31 and livermore, 31 in livermore in san jose. many people below freezing will make it tuff out there. make sure you are being careful. we have already had a cool day as temperatures in the 40s right now. what is coming our way could get dangerous for those who are facing the 20s. we will talk more when i come back about the next system that will deliver more rain and i will be back with that. of new snow. this is video from squaw valley saying that they have gotten 18 inches that has fallen at the base with more than seven inches falling in the past 24 hours. squaw then posted this picture