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the north bay. how the police were able to link the deaths to a federal drug investigation in san francisco. and the house judiciary committee will vote on the articles of impeachment against president trump. we'll explain the next step if that vote happens. good morning it is thursday, december 12th i'm allie rasmus. >> hi, allie rasmus. >> hi, dave. >> i'm dave dave. lots to tell you. steve paulson. >> the fabulous allie is here, and you're not complaining about the weather. >> i'm nice and warm inside. light drizzle, fog still out there. but we should get a little break south today, not so much the north, and then rain will return for all. so we head towards friday night into saturday. 50s and 60s on the temps. see the ridge, a looming ridge building in. just a little bit.
should take some of this moisture, still mostly cloudy. if you can get some sun breaks, san jose, livermore and the peninsula. too much cloud cover, light rain. still 60 degrees. 7:01. sal is here. well, the east shore freeway is cleared up which is nice. we had that crash completely gone here was taken out of the lanes and moved out. but now it's completely gone and it's going to help traffic come through at the macarthur maze. when you get to the bay bridge a backup there which is typical. no major issues on 880 also it is slow. we'll tell you more about the morning commute in the south bay in a few moments. let's go back to desk. >> a three car crash an gravel spill brought traffic to a halt. showing us what it's like there now, you've moved off the
highway, so everything is open there again it looks like. >> reporter: good morning, allie, yeah, lanes were closed for 4.5 hours. as you county radar can see both directions back open, traffic moving again along highway 101 through palo alto. there was a big mess to clean up, gravel covered north and south bound lanes, hit the center divide, a truck hauling a load of travel then rear ended that vehicle. the truck lost its loan spilling gravel into lanes of traffic, some went flying into southbound lanes. >> with the impact of the truck with the vehicle that caused the gravel to spill all over the place. so then at that point we need to shutdown both sides of the freeway and make sure it's clean before there was traffic back there. >> reporter: officer with california highway patrol told me the driver of the first
vehicle of that crash was intoxicated, that person was booked for dui. one occupant of the truck suffered minor injury, a third car crashed one vehicle was damaged when it drove through the gravel as well. a big mess that had to be cleaned up. they wanted to make sure the area was clean and safe. sweep were brought out to clear lanes and everything back open. reporting live in palo alto, alyssa. want the city to do more about drug overdoses. rally is set for this morning at 9:30 at san francisco's city hall. supervisor matt kane knee will propose an emergency plan on drug use at 11:00 this morning call tgiff a public health crisis. all of this coming after a recent city report found that meth related deaths have increased seven fold in san francisco in the last ten years. oracle recently announced it's
moving open world con tense out of san francisco because of the conditions on city streets, and also the cost of hotel rooms. meantime three people accused of supplying the fentanyl that killed a a man in santa rosa and 13 month old son, chargedly anna lindsey williams and chain craddy distributing the drug that lead to the deaths of patrick o'neill and son liam. these charges highlight the spread of the epidemic of fentanyl, that killed o'neill and his son was sold in san francisco's tenderloin. >> the idea that the harms of the tenderloin neighborhood open air drug markets, idea that those are contained in the tenderloin neighborhood is completely false. those harms reach out into our communities. >> authorities say at this point they don't know how the
drug ended up in the baby's body. the suspects have been charged with federal crimes if convicted they could face longer sentences. an east bay mother accused of running over a barber will be in court today. antioch police says she turned herself in yesterday, the 28- year-old got into a heated argument with the barber. witnesses say the argument escalated. martin is recovering from surgery. a former football player has been charged for attacking a police officer. 199-year-old joseph faces two felony counts including resisting arrest. he allegedly assaulted a berkeley police officer and reached for the officer's gun during the struggle. he remains in custody in jail in dublin returning court tomorrow to enter a plea. 7:06 police in gilroy still
investigating the source of violent threats at gilroy high school. the threats were not credible according to police, but extra police patrolled that campus yesterday. the focus on a message posted online tuesday on snapchat. referring to after school wednesday for the timing of an attack. the gilroy school superintendent says she was notified by police tuesday night after several students saw the online post and reported it. >> we did have police officers here all day, shooting was right over there, people are in a different place now because we've had a shooting right here in our town. >> i was a little scared because of what happened after the garlic festival. >> that threat comes just 6 months after the deadly mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. the school district says parents kept their kids home from school yesterday even though the threat was deemed not credible. the police are interviewing students as the investigation
continues. the house judiciary committee in washington is expected to vote today on two articles of impeachment against president trump. the committee meeting right now. the first article of impeachment statement says president trump abused the power. the second article states that the president obstructed congress by directing his administration to refuse to comply with congressional subpoenas. yesterday the committee dedated the issue. >> the facts here are not in dispute. donald trump withheld $391 million in aid that was essential to ukraine. and donald trump withheld a white house meeting unless ukraine's president would do him a favor. >> zelensky said he went pressured. and most importantly, they did nothing to get the aid released. >> if the house judiciary committee votes to put the two articles before the full house an impeachment vote could happen as soon as next week. from there it would go to the
republican controlled senate for a trial where there is little chance of getting the required two-thirds vote in order to remove the president from office. all right. now, 7:08 let's get you to where you need to go. sal is right there. roads are wet, you still having problems out there? >> we are having some difficulty out there. the wet roads really does slow people down and you should drive slower when it is wet out there, that's for sure for your own safety. let's talk about the east shore freeway commute. we'll see that traffic is slow driving to this spot. 46 minute drive time to the macarthur maze, there was a crash a couple incidents in berkeley and oakland that slowed things down. you can see some slowing in lafayette. bay bridge is backed up. things are seeming more normal 880 northbound not too low. 580 from san leandro to oakland, driving on 880 you can see it's slow past the
coliseum, give yourself some time. sal, thank you. before we get to our weather we had our full moon last night, most didn't see it too much cloud cover, there were a few breaks in the clouds. there you go. weather services, marvelous night for a moon dance. the cold full cold moon that's what it's called filtered through a wispy layer of cirrus clouds this morning. the last full moon of the month. the last one being blue moon of the year, and also the decade. thank you, jan. yeah, i got a picture of it. that was a nice picture. palm bee 57 incredible solutions vern mess, that is not bad. .38 marin county has done really well. 0 russian river two-thirds, i am sure guerneville, ben loma,
santa cruz, .25 san francisco. mostly cases less than .10. just a trait. there is just so much moisture coming in from the west, southwest, the lows are really warm, 58, 59, 60, livermore, fremont 60, oakland airport 60 degrees. it's really mild and we have a little south breeze as well. southeast san jose, palo alto half moon bay that makes for mild conditions, santa clara is 59, 57 even 56 to 57 in and around the santa clara valley. little slight ridge of high pressure building in. i think it will lift this cloud deck slightly north. but then more so in marin county north, if you can get a sun break, 67 or 68, wouldn't surprise me on the high side. still more rain in our forecast, not a lot but more coming friday into saturday. i think these totals forecasted are under done for marin county north. there is going to be more than
that. highs today 60s to mid upper 60s possible. that would do it, but too much cloud cover to the north, rain returns friday into saturday, then dry but cooler, breezy sunday, monday, too. the government declared it a national health emergency, now a major retailer says the opioid crisis is cutting into its profits. coming up why home depot executives are saying the crisis is costing the company millions of dollars and the backlash because of those claims. angry parents in oakland demanding changes and how the owning land unified school board happen he wills school closures, what the parents want and why school officials say even more troubles are ahead.
welcome back, time 7:14. angry oakland parents protested again trying to get oakland school board president jody london removed. >> christmas caroling and protests erupted last night's school board meeting. the board moved to a conference room to continue their meeting. angry parents plan to sue the school district after scuffling with school police at a board meeting. they served acting president jody london with intent to recall. >> what we are doing is sending
a signal to the entire board that the people of oakland are are not for sale. >> parents and teachers also angry with london's plans to merge and consolidate school. last night the staff reported $15 million to be cut in the next fiscal year. thousands of signatures are needed before possibly putting the issue up to voters. the city of berkeley has decided to build hundreds of affordable housing junes at the ash bee and north berkeley bark stations, voted on the project, it could go out forbid next december addressing the bay area housing shortage and help fight climate change by encouraging public transportation. worried that the project will increase congestion in the neighborhoods and remove coveted parking spaces. police are asking for your help to find a missing woman. 61-year-old was last seen on november 29th at a condominium complex on shelter creek lane.
5'2", 130 pounds with gray hair and prescription eyeglasses, anyone who has seen her is asked to call san bernardino. bowe radar joe bide in will be in the bay area campaigning, he will be attend in palo alto and san francisco. diane feinstein will host one of the events. the biden yesterday was in las vegas for a town hall meeting with voters and dismissed the claims he told his aids i would only serve one term in office if elected in 2020. >> one quick one, did you ever talk to aids about a one term pledge. >> no, never have, never plans on one term, i'm not even there yet. >> thank you. >> now if biden is elected he would be 78 years old when he is sworn in, both michael bloomberg and bernie sanders are older than biden. president trump won wednesday's second term he would be 74 on
inauguration day. tonight in nap a democratic presidential candidate tom steyer hostas town hall meeting, he lives in san francisco and last night he was in walnut creek. saying climate change is his top priority. >> work on the sioux side barrier on the golden gate bridge is behind schedule, the highway transportation district said it looked like the barrier won't be finished until 2023, there are several factors behind the delay, the contractor was bought out by a global engineering firm. the district says the contractor didn't realize how long parts of the construction would take, the contractor is bringing in additional resources. 7:18, toyota recalling 3800, 2019 prius hybrid hatch backs, a problem with the
electrical system, toyota says an electrical short circuit could cause the speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge to malfunction. can you take it to a toyota dealer to see if you need a circuit board and replace it free if necessary. heading out in your vehicle, sal castaneda has you covered. well, allie and david, it is slow because of the wet weather out there, that's for sure, let's see what we have with the east bay commute which is slow on 24 westbound slowing lafayette. slowing again in marin, there will be slow traffic at the maze, also at the bay bridge. it's becoming a lit bit more normal, it was raining early again at 4:00. but this morning it looks like it's dried off a little bit in some of these commutes. if you drive from hayward toe fremont, slow traffic. we had earlier issues there, that's been cleared up. look at the silicon valley, that commute's normal. do you know what is not normal,
do you drive on highway 17? you may not have, i will go out on a limb saying your commute will not be goodson from scotts valley. extra time is needed there because of earlier issues. just kind of a steve, 7:19, driving on highway 17 when it's wet at all is -- >> sal, let there be light! look at that, san jose talking about, i mean, 66, 67 on the high side today. i think there will be breaks in the clouds, parts of the peninsula, san jose, santa cruz 67, 68, santa cruz or gilroy. to the north, north such luck. a couple little updates, anselmo all over .50 to 1 inch.
that's that kind of a pattern where marin county sometime santa cruz mountains, i don't think today at this time, this is more to the north funneling in from the west, southwest. 60 livermore, 60 oakland, airports, i mean upper 50s for many, san jose 59. fremont at 60 degrees and there is your fill south, southeast breeze for most. san jose, palo alto. very mild and warm. even to the north it's in the mid-50s, 49 kelsey, but that is the only 49 i have seen all morning long nap, a look at runner park, 58. warm dedegrees. the moisture is lifting slightly, at least for today which is why i think peninsula south bay, moments of sun as we say and that will make for tropical feel yet that moisture is too deep north of the golden gate. the cloud cover and the steady drizzle will continue not, now the system will come back in
friday night. rain will pick back up taking us into saturday, we'll get a break, cooler sunday into monday. the san rafael, adding more to that i think this is under done, missing, i wouldn't say missing, yes, you have, you have been missing it on the rainfall totals to the north, 60s on the temps. and overall we have pattern that is still going to bring rain in on saturday. cooler, allie and breezy on sunday and monday. thank you, steve. 7:21, childhood obesity is a nationwide epidemic, believing there is one bad habit that is a big contain to that is a problem, the worse lifestyle habit associated with the issue. police now releasing the 911 calls as a carjacking of a ups truck and how it lead to a deadly shootout. what it reveals about the deadly encounter.
7:24. the investigation continues in the deadly shooting at a kosher market in new jersey and the community is coming together to mourn the victims of the hundreds of people gathered for the funerals of two of the victims a 24-year-old man and a 31-year- old woman. the gun battle standoff ended with 6 people killed including a police detective. authorities have not determined a note testify. the mayor believes a location was the target in an anti is he
an 911 calls made from a florida freeway in a deadly shootout between police and two gunmen. >> shots started getting fired and i was able to wiggle my way out of that situation. >> the gunmen lead police on a chase after they robbed a jewelry store and stole a ups truck and kidnapped the driver. the dead included the ups driver, the two gunmen and innocent bystander, many divers said they left the scene fearing for their lives. >> is anyone injured? are you injured? >> no, the bullet crossed to my car's car seat but she wasn't here. >> i think i have bullet wounds on my car. >> police say 18 officers fired shots on the highway that day. the centers for disease
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make things better. thank you for joining us, thursday morning, december 12th i'm dave dave. >> i'm allie rasmus, we have steve paulson, some people will get a little bit a break. >> they will, santa cruz, san jose, santa clara valley a little bit of a break there. to the north probably not. and that light steadyee drizzle continues, you have .5-inch of rain. laura better known, hi, steve. it's a beautiful morning. picked up.is 11 in the last 24 hours, marin county, yes, indeed, over an inch of rain for kentfield, santa rosa is close. san francisco picked up another .25. deep moisture coming up just about the hawaiian islands, it does look like a weak little ridge of high pressure is deflecting a lot of
this northward, golden gate north, drizzle to the south a few breaks and if you can get the sun breaks, 67, 68 degrees on the high side, san jose not surprised at all, it looks like that is happening very mild conditions for many upper 50s, even for most of the east bay, clinton 59, also albany. so again east bay peninsula, south bay, maybe some upper 60s too much cloud cover and drizzle to the north. 60 to 66, way above average. 7:31. a couple little issues, now what? >> a tough commute, the rain doesn't help, everyone is out leading to you christmas, very busy and we will see the traffic is going to be a little slow approaching the richmond bridge. dry out there right now it is helping a little bit. we did have some slowing on the east shore freeway because of some earlier problems. those are gone but traffic is slow. this is about a typical time
for a commute under these conditions, a little rain. you can see that traffic is going to be slow here at the bay bridge toll plaza, there have been no major problems there, we'll take a look at the rest of the commute. sal, thank you. time is 7:32, trains in san francisco will be more crowded this morning because of about a dozen new trains will be running with one car today instead of two. ktvu christina rendon, good morning, kristina. >> reporter: good morning to you, dave, just heard back from a spokeswoman, this is the problem that connects the two train cars together. she says they are getting replacement pins today, they are working on getting that shipment in so the services impacted will only happen today. but they discovered this issue yesterday with the pins, apparently we're told that the pin only lasts 2 precipitation months before
becoming unreliable. two train cars separated passengers would be safe because brakes would stop the cars. muni is choosing to run one car trains today. the trains rent too crowded but frustrated hearing there is another issue. >> i just one more negative think to think, they can't figure out their own system. nobody likes them, i don't like them as a rider, i've been riding them five years. it's frustrating. >> reporter: this is not the first time there have been pins, muni dealt with pins that failed at least twice and separated cars. and hearing this issue they say it's temporary problem, new pins are on the way today that should be replacing the ones that are having issues and working with a production
company to make sure that those mines are redesigned. we're hoping to get more updates from muni in the coming hours, update in the next hour. we're live in san francisco, christina rendon, ktvu. 7:34 happening today tiny homes are being move from a construction site to a permanent location. a crane and several equipment trucks are moving six home from livermore to caster valley. the work started at 6:00 this morning being built by the company's -- the company's home aid. the company is building the homes to help people transition into permanent housing installed op property owned by the first presbyterian church in caster valley. video to show you of a department store robbery, this is from earlier this week. you see things running out of the hill top mall in richmond with arms filled with clothing. now a security guard tried to stop them but the guard was attacked. he wasn't hurt.
the thieves made off with about $500 worth of merchandise. an initiative to clean up san francisco's tenderloin is showing some positive results. a federal law enforcement initiative started back in august, the goal of it is a year long initiative, reduced crime in the tenderloin, 1300 defendants have been charged. >> many have pled guilty already or are scheduled to do so, a majority of them have been detained pretrial. those who have been released, many released have been ordered to stay away from the tenderloin neighborhood. the charges include drug trafficking, unlawful possession of firearms, escape, robbery, and child pornography. >> the u.s. attorney hopes to continue to make things better in the tenderloin by making drug case aspree orth on both the local and federal levels. a man is in jail this
morning accused of stabbing his coworker at a tech company in palo alto after 2: 00 yesterday afternoon at the cloud data management company rubric, that is when police say 21-year-old munos stabbed his coworker, expected to survive. he is facing a tempted murder charges. time is 7:36. city of lafayette and east bay hired a protegessal trapper to capture out of control feral pigs digging up parks and yards. they come out overnight looking for grubs and worms. they've cased thousands of dollars in damage to landscaping and lawns, people say they are going after pets. and people. >> we've had a couple of encounters where off leash dogs spooked a pig and they've come close to the humans aggressively. >> the city posted warning signs, they've closed some
major trails for safety reasons. park officials believe the pigs first came to the park during the dry season searching for water and food and they liked what they found. 16 people are confirmed dead in you zealand on white island earlier this week, teenage brother from chicago died from their injuries, parents were among 8 people still listed as missing after monday easy rum on white island. military specialists will land on the island to retrieve of bodies. they were all passengers on a royal cares cruise ship. sal is back, the latest on our commute, sal. allie, it's nice to see you in that chair. you should -- >> usually i'm in that spot. musical chairs. >> all of us do everything, all of been reporters and anchors, nice to see you there. let's go out and take a look at the commute. if you are driving at the bay
bridge it is backed up to the maze. east shore freeway was a little bit rough this morning, we had a couple things in the 6:00 hour that messed things up. and that's a technical term, messed things up. joining 80 at the huffman split. driving at the toll plaza it is a 20 minute delay. i want to show you something on the maps because we have had slow traffic in the middle of the east bay, my program may be slow. but southbound 880 is going to be slow as you drive from hayward and pockets down to fremont. it gets better. and south bay commute is slow. highway 17. you drive highway 17 i would love to hear from you, if you are in a bad mood? this is because of earlier issues. 7:39, let's bring steven. >> thank you, sir. >> you're well come. let's get to it, we have it looks like a little break for most as line lifts north for a
day and comes back. but, jimmy jean says steve can you follow the word drizzle with fhisizzle. jimmy, don't tempt me. made me laugh. rain into saturday not continuous, mostly cloudy, warm, yes. san jose, santa cruz, gilroy i think 67, 68 possible with a few sun breaks, this line is lifting northward. kentville, mild temperatures valley are out in front, front runners, i don't think anybody is going to catch them today. ben loma and santa cruz mountains classic setup, you are looking at it right there when we get this pattern. san francisco .25. after that it was not much. look at the moisture coming up down just about at the hawaii
ann islands which is the why the air mass is so warm. i think golden gate north it is not going to happen, sitting at 59, 60 degrees fremont. san jose, livermore, redwood city, the city sitting at 58. oakland airport at 60 on the peninsula. redwood city 59, foster city. union city and fremont. if you can get a sun break, that temp will go up to 67 or 68. ridge of high pressure, you can see a lift in the high pressure, 18,000 feet. but another system will drive in tomorrow to bring back the rain friday night into saturday. 60s on the temp. very mild, all above average. into saturday off and on rain, then cooler, breezy pattern dry sunday, monday. >> thank you, steve. 7:40, police arrest a part time soccer coach in the south bay accused of inappropriately touching girls on the team. where it happened an the action taken by the school district in
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mornings on 12, harvey weinstein, the movie producer still free on bail after posting more bail. the judge increased weinstein's bail from 1 to $5 million yesterday in his sexual case after prosecutors miss handling his ankle monitor, weinstein and the board of his bankrupt movie studio have also reached a tentative $25million settlement with his alleged victims. more than 30 actresses and former employees accused him of offense that range from sexual harassment to rache. and we're finding about a san jose coach accused of inappropriately touching at least three girls. school district officials say
34-year-old ricardo gu itierrez. last month two 16 year olds and a 15-year-old contacted school administrators and reported inappropriate contact. he turned himself in at police head quarters on upon day, he was arrested and charged with three counts of annoying or molesting a child. >> we found out through the investigation that there was in appropriate contact occurring between november of 2018 to november of this year when the victim, the three victims came forward. >> we commend our students for coming forward, feeling confident and safe enough within our school area to talk to a trusted employee, trusted adult about what they say. >> he was a coach for the san jose competitive girls soccer team. that group alerted the team about the investigation and they released him. they don't believe any other girl were victimized. organizers of the sausalito art festival don't have the
money to hold the event next year. land use problems as well as increased security costs following the shooting at the gilroy garlic festival are are are reasons for the hiatus, they are hopeful the festival will return for labor day 2021. considering making it smaller to reduce costs or making it larger to increase revenue. a nightclub in downtown oakland long been a staple for the lgbtq community will be closing next month, they've been operating on 21stand franklin for 20 years a spokesperson says the building has been sold and the new owner plans to convert it into shared tech offices, 9 club's last day on january 21st. time is 7:46. one of the nation's biggest food companies is getting out of the ice cream business and record highs on wall street. >> sam took with at today's dollars and sense. >> the president said a little tweet and the dow jumped 300
points after said the u.s. and china are close to a deal. that could delay billions of dollars of tariffs on chinese goods set to kick in this weekend. initially stocks dropped when the bell rang on a disappointing weekly jobs report, weekly unemployment claims came in higher than economists expected. right now taking you live to the big board, there is the dow jones. 28,000. 108. the s&p up .75%. hitting new. home depot facing backlash on twitter after blaming the opioid crisis for a rise in shoplifting. home depot executives did not cite any studies behind our claim made yesterday during a call to investors, organized criminals are stealing millions of dollars worth of goods, some twitter
users reacted to home depot's claim with skepticism. nestle selling four u.s. ice cream brands. nestle plans to hand over control of ice cream business to european partner for $4 billion. nestle already sold off its ice cream operation in israel. $11billion business, it does support 26,000 job and by the way, the average american not looking at you, dave. >> i know you weren't. >> 23 pounds of ice cream a year. >> yeah. >> i know you like your ice cream. >> allie and i were talking about drum sticks. >> 23 pounds of ice cream a year though. >> we didn't realize nestle owned. >> so many ice cream brands. >> not anymore. >> all right, pam, thank you. time is 7:28, surf's up, and the national weather service says be careful today. high surf advisory through early saturday morning and waves could reach 22 feet. that includes ocean beach in
san francisco. now as always be careful if you go to the beach. those big waves can just sweep you off your feet into the cold waters. 7:49, ktvu is teaming up with community volunteers to collect donations for one warm coat something we've been part of for 17 year and this holiday season we would like to ask you to take a look in your closet to see if you have spare coats or jackets to donate. go to ktvu.com for a list of dropoff locations. they include bay street and emoryville. jack london square in oakland. and san francisco ferry building. the one warm coat drive lasts until the end of this month. it feels good, don't it? >> absolutely. put that old coat to good use. sal is back, talking about our commute, sal. >> all right. dave and allie right now we have traffic on highway 24 that is going to be slow if you are driving toward the tunnel. and 680 is also slow near by. nothing unusual but i want to
let you know it's going to belittle bit setback, some of the wet weather that continues to move through does slow things down, it's also just i think even if it were sunny we have slow traffic, that time of the morning, taking a little longer than usual to the maze, when you get out to the maze 20 minute delay at the toll plaza. 880 slowing down. you are watching at this time, when isn't it slow? my answer is if you get on the free at the 6:00 hour the commutes would be different. who wants to get up that early. you can see traffic is slow. that's 7:50. here's steve. sal, thank you as always. let's get to it here. thick fog out there, drizzle but i think there will be breaks in the clouds and some very warm temps to the south. one block 56, another .3-inch
in the bucket. there is more on the way. in fact pretty heavy rain around the 21stto the 24th i'm getting ahead of myself. mill valley an inch. ben loma .50. rain in to saturday even though today's kind a break. it is lifting a little northward but fog, light rain in the morning drizzle. mostly cloudy, warm could be some 67, 68-degree readings today, santa cruz, gilroy, maybe close to san jose. santa clara valley we get that system northward a little bit. you can see just to the west there are some breaks it looks like, it will be mostly cloudy. cloudy to the north, that steady drizzle continues to the north. it's 59, 60 degrees already for some on the peninsula. palo alto 60. fremont 60. both at 58. don't see that all the time.
there it is right there, a little bit lifting northward which leads me we'll see a couple breaks. 60s on the temps. a few upper 60's. i put these temps together at 2:30 in the morning. i saw 6, i said man, can that be right? yes i think it will be right, i can see why they are saying that. off and on, cooler, breeze on sunday and moan day. time is 7:52 this year's santa clause business is booming, coming up why shopping malls and retailers are depending on santa more than ever. in belle air, it's sold for a record price, we'll tell you how much. but first, why the san jose sharks just fired their head coach. and who is taking over.
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also, the sharks assistant coach is replaced as well. the warriors lost again last night to the new york knicks, and now they have the first record -- the worst record in the nba. >> he's got four seconds to work with. and that is why you follow. >> that was exciting. they erased a 22-point deficit. that shot sent the game into overtime, but they pulled through and beat the warriors 124-122. the warriors are off today. the play in utah tomorrow night. the play everyone is talking about is this. the freshman center celebrated the big play. he grabbed his head, strugglean helped off the court and did not come back.
garrison was cleared by medical staff. the baltimore ravens with a record of 11-2 will be hosting the 5-8 new york jets tonight. a lot of people expect the ravens to just blow off the jets, but the raven star quarterback, lamar jackson, has an injury. a quadricep injury. he may not play a lot. the raven star left tackle ronnie stanley is expected to be out. he has a concussion. the jets are struggling as well. for starting defensive players have injuries. the pregame coverage starts at 4:30. the game starts at 5:20. you will see it here. don't forget, you can get your local news during the game. 7:57. oaklands high school football team leaving today for southern california. they are going for their fourth straight state championship. they will play in the cif division to a championship game
tomorrow. they won the cif in northern california championships last weekend beating manteca high and say they are dedicating the game to football star ramon sanders who died last month of bone cancer. the nfl commissioner roger caddell says the nfl has moved on when it comes to colin kaepernick. he wasn't willing to take advantage of the unique and incredible opportunity. the commissioner says, and i'm quoting, we've moved on. suggesting the lead was finished considering colin kaepernick for any future workouts or rosters on nfl teams . the oakland ballet schools getting ready for the holiday production almost a year after they lost their long time home.
after 40 years in the same building, the ballet school lost its home last christmas. the owners of the oakland ballet couldn't come to an agreement to buy that building. after operating the school for several simple temporary locations, finally, they've settled into a studio on piedmont avenue. >> we didn't have one place we could be 100% of the time, so we had about three different places we were going. >> it's comforting to say the least least. i have a space that we know is ours, that we won't be kicked out of at least for the time being. >> the owners say their dream, they want to expand the school and find a permanent home, but for now the big focus is this weekend's nutcracker performances. all lanes of 101 at back open after a crash shut down the highway for hours. what police believe led up to the collision and the backup it
created. plus, details surrounding the overdose deaths of a toddler and his father in the north bay. how police were able to link the deaths to a federal drug investigation in the city of san francisco. the house judiciary committee could soon vote on the articles of impeachment against president trump trump. we break down what's next on capitol hill. fox to news, this is mornings on two. good morning. it's thursday, december 12th. >> the first, steve, how are you on this thursday morning? >> never better. >> yourself? >> phenomenal. >> we have a little break to the south for some. i think that fogg continues for most. we get back to rain friday night into saturday, but it could be warm today. fog and light weight. temperatures are low and high well above average for this time of year as the moisture
continues to stream in. there's a hint of weak high- pressure deflecting some of this a little north of the golden gate. there will still be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy to the south, but i think mild conditions. san jose is at 60 degrees. what's normal this time of year? 42. 18 degrees above average. that's pretty significant. if you can get some breaks, that would put you in the upper 60s probably. upper 50s east bay . today if you are north of the golden gate, you might get son and mild temps. right now looking at a couple new things that came in. first, we start off with the bridge. traffic is moving okay. it's dry here, which is helping out. it has been wet, as you heard steve say. where it has been wet, we seem slower traffic. 51 minute drive. some slowing at the bay bridge toll plaza. also, slowing getting into downtown oakland and headed away from oakland to hayward
and fremont. another update in a few minutes. let's go back to the desk. northbound and southbound lanes of highway 101 are now open again after the entire highway was shut down in the area earlier this morning because of a crash. the driver of the car lost control and hit the center divide and a truck hauling a load of gravel right rear ended that car. chp said the driver of the car was intoxicated. >> the holidays are coming. we know there's going to be get- togethers, most of the time alcohol involved. plan ahead. there are so many options nowadays that this shouldn't be happening. >> one person in the gravel inj car was also involved in the pile up. san francisco business leaders want city officials to do more about drug overdoses. our rally is set for 9:30 this
morning outside city hall. supervisor matt hayes says he will propose an emergency plan on drug use at 11:00. he's calling it a public health crisis. this comes after a recent city report that found mass related deaths have increased sevenfold in front san francisco over the last decade. oracle corporation recently announced its moving the open world conference out of san francisco down to las vegas because of the condition on city streets and the cost of hotel rooms. three people charged with supplying the drugs that kill the santa rosa man and his son. federal authorities charged them with distributing the drug that led to the deaths of pat patrick o'neill and his son william in september. the u.s. attorney for the northern district of california says the charges highlight the spread of the epidemic. he says the sentinel that killed them was sold in san francisco's tenderloin district. >> the idea is that the harms
of the neighborhood, the idea that they are contained in the neighborhood is completely false . those harms reach out into our communities. >> authorities say it is unclear how the drug actually ended up in the baby system. the suspects in this case have been charged with federal crimes, which means if convicted they could face longer sentences. prosecutors will present their case today against a woman accused of running over a barber because she was angry about her son's haircut. police the ruby turned herself into authorities yesterday. investigators say the 28-year- old got into a heated argument last week with the barber at delta barbershop. witnesses say the argument escalated. she got in her car and slammed her vehicle into brian martin who then she drove away from. martin is recovering from surgery, including a broken leg. a former football player charged for attacking a police officer. the 19-year-old joseph okun von
joe faces two felony counts including resisting arrest. investigators say he assaulted a berkeley police officer and reached for the officers gun during a struggle. he remains in custody at the santa rita jail in dublin. he will return to court tomorrow to enter a plea. police investigating the source of a violent threat at gilroy high school. these threats were not credible, according to investigators. extra officers did patrol the campus. the focus was on a message posted online tuesday on snapchat referring to after school wednesday for the timing of an attack. the gilroy school superintendent says she was notified by police tuesday night after several students saw the online post and reported it. >> we did have police officers here all day. the shooting was right over there. people are in a different place now because we have had a shooting right here in our town. >> i was a little scared because of what happened after the garlic festival. >> this threat comes six months
after the deadly mass shooting at the gilroy garlic festival. the school district says some parents kept their children home from school even though the threat was deemed not credible. the house judiciary committee in washington is expected to vote today on two articles of impeachment against president trump trump. the committee is meeting right now. the first articles of impeachment says president trump abused his power by asking the president of ukraine to investigate political rival joe biden. the second article states the president obstructed congress by directing his administration to refuse to comply with congressional subpoenas. yesterday the committee debated the issue. >> the facts here are not in dispute. donald trump withheld $391 million in aid that was essential to ukraine. donald trump withheld a white house meeting unless ukraine's president would do him a favor. wasn't pressured. most importantly, they did
nothing to get the aid released. >> if the house judiciary committee votes to put the two articles before the full house, and impeachment vote could happen as soon as next week. from there it would go to the republican-controlled senate for a trial where there seems to be little chance of getting the required votes to remove the president from office. the city has decided to build hundreds of affordable housing units on the parking lots at the north berkeley bart stations. yesterday city council voting unanimously on the project, and it could go out for bid next december. the goal here is to address the city's housing shortage and help fight climate change by encouraging public transportation. opponents say they worry that this project will increase congestion and remove coveted parking spaces for people who don't live within walking distance of the two stations. san bruno police asking for your help in finding this missing woman. the 61-year-old was last seen november 29th at a condominium complex on shelter creek lane.
he's described as 5 feet 2 inches tall, 130 pounds with gray hair and prescription eyeglasses. anyone who has seen her is asked to call police. it is eight '08. we check in with a check of the roads. it has been a rainy morning. people need to have their headlights on and the windshield wipers going if it's coming down. >> very good. that's the state law. you should have your headlights on when the wipers are on, and you might be cited if you don't. this is a look at the approach. things are a little better here. they are also a little bit better here as you drive on the east shore. 49 minutes. at one time almost an hour. ten minutes here, 10 minutes there. things beginning to improve. it's a 20 minute delay. no major issues on 880 north or south, but it's very slow's driving into oakland. not only 880 but 580. i remember the days when 880 was slow and 580 was a decent alternate. these days that's not really the case. as we go across the peninsula, you'll see that traffic is slow
on 101 in south city and san bruno and headed down. it hasn't been too bad of a commute for the silicon valley except on highway 17 getting from the santa cruz mountains. let's talk to steve about the weather. >> that seems like a long time ago, sal. we will get to it here. we still have some fog but it looks like a little break peninsula south south. the rain will take us into saturday. not continuous, but toward the river, you can be kind of steady . a warm pattern if you can break through the cloud cover, and i think some areas will. san jose, santa cruz, maybe near 70. the line of cloud cover from mid latitude is lifting northward slightly. you can actually see it in the last few. that's why i think there will be a few areas that get son today. san jose at 60. the normal low is december 12th 1242. it wouldn't take much to get up
to 67 or 68. same on the peninsula. belmont is at 60 degrees. so is palo alto. a very mild 61. weak pressure is lifting slightly taking some of that moisture. you can see the decrease in some of the cloud cover. it's not going away very long. it will be back tomorrow as another system drops in. friday afternoon and evening, it looks like off and on saturday. a break on sunday but it will be cooler. 60s here and still some rain. mild temps into saturday. a little change in the dry air but breezy and windy. cooler on sunday and monday. children from the bay area helping out the salvation army. we are live with how they are making sure that all children have a gift waiting for them under the tree this year. angry parents demanding changes to how the oakland unified school board is handling school closures. coming up, what parents want and why the board warns there is even more trouble ahead for the district district.
some open parents protested trying to get the school board president removed. >> protesters chanting and at times singing christmas carols disrupting last night school board meeting. in response, the board moved to a conference room to continue their session. parents say the plan is to sue the school district after the scuffle with school police broke out in october. this week the parents served the acting president with the intent to recall. >> i think what we're doing with the recall election is sending a signal to the entire board that the people of oakland are not for sale. >> parents and teachers are upset with the plans to merge
again -- merge and consolidate schools. $15million must be cut in the next fiscal year. thousands of signatures are still needed before possibly putting the issue before voters. today the democratic presidential candidate joe biden will campaign in the bay area. the former vice president will attend fundraisers in palo alto and san francisco today. it the senator dianne feinstein will host one of the events. biden was in las vegas yesterday for a town hall with voters. he dismissed claims that he told aides he would only be serving one term in office if elected president in 2020. >> one quick one. >> have you ever talked to aids about a one term pledge question mike. >> never have. i'm not even there yet. >> thank you. >> if elected, he would be 78 when he is sworn in. michael bloomberg and bernie sanders are older than biden. if president trump wins the second term, he will be 74 on inauguration day.
presidential candidate tom steyer hosting a town hall in napa tonight. he lives in san francisco. he said that addressing climate change is one of his top priorities priorities. happening now, a group of bay area professionals is on a shopping spree at a target store . >> they have brought their own children along to pick out toys for children from low income families. alyssa harrington his life for us with this special group of elves. alyssa? >> reporter: good morning. this event is called dig deep. what's happening is that kids are shopping for kids. they are shopping for some of the older youth between eight to 816 -- eight through 16. talk a little bit more about this event and what's happening inside. >> santa may be on the north pole, but he has a lot of elves working. we've got a lot of kids out here at the target, and they are shopping for kids. who knows kids better than kids ? we have a generous donation
that has been given, and we've got about $30000 to spend. it's critical that we have that, because right now we are a week away from the toy distribution downtown. we are distributing toys to over 1100 families which represents over 4000 kids, and we are less than half the way there where we need the toys. this is a huge deal. we are very grateful to target to allow us to come here and for the donors and to these kids. >> one thing i find interesting is when you think of toy drives, people will donate a teddy bear or young child, but this is targeting some of the older youth. >> absolutely. it's tough to buy for teens and the older kids. they don't know what to do. here's a gift card. >> actually, over here is one of the elves. good morning, ben. what are some of the cool items you are looking for? >> there's nerf guns, there is
also hot wheels. >> and why did you want to take part in this? >> i've been doing this for around five years, and it's just fun shopping for kids, because you just know what they want really. >> what do you want? >> well, i like cars, trains. >> that's cool. basically, you can pick some of the things you want for christmas and get them for other kids. that special. >> yet. >> thanks a lot. so the salvation army has their trucks out here. they will pile the gifts on the trucks and they will have these out here through christmas if you want to make a donation. fox to news. >> thanks, alyssa. good insight there. what to get other 11-year-olds. 8:17. we are going to check in. the 11-year-old mention hot wheels, cars. when you are an
adult and you are driving and stuck in traffic, cars take on a different meaning. >> i remember when i was 16, i was so excited to drive. that excitement goes away when you are stuck in traffic. let's see what we have now. look at the richmond bridge approach. now, when i see something like this, i'm a little skeptical. is there something blocking a little further up? this looks unusual. i will get to the bottom of it. something smells rotten in denmark right here. hopefully, it's just white. the east shore freeway. you see the traffic is moving okay. you see traffic is going to be okay driving into the area. there have been no problems at the bay bridge toll plaza. we do see traffic that's going to be slow in hayward and union city driving south to fremont. here's another man who is pretty good at what he does. >> i learned it all from you.
>> you are very gracious. >> my pleasure. let's get to it here. we have a little bit of a break. the line is looking a little northward. even though it can be steady, it will be lighter. a break for most. mostly cloudy. we could get into the warm category here. there is just so much moisture coming in. weak high-pressure is deflecting northward today. to the north, it's cloudy and still some light rain. you see the wider the tops, the colder the tops. that line is moving north. to the west, there are a few breaks, it looks like. 50s and 60s. we are way above the normal for this time of year. should be in the low 40s for many many. we are in the upper 50s even to the north. american canyon is 57. lima valley 57. sometimes those are the cold spots. not this morning. that line lifts north. a little bit of a break as weak high-pressure noses in. it will only last a day and a half as another system will drive rain back in here.
off and on into saturday. i think some of these projections are a little underdone. san rafael all the way up to santa rosa. santa rosa probably about a half inch of rain. that's the way things have been going this week for them. 60s on the thames, maybe a few upper 60s. the rain returns on friday into saturday, and then it's dryer. cooler and breezy sunday and monday. childhood obesity is a nationwide epidemic. researchers believe there is one bad habit that is a big contributor contributor. coming up, what some say is the worst white lifestyle habit associated with childhood obesity. plus, police have released the 911 calls related to the carjacking of a u.p.s. truck. it led to a deadly shootout on the florida highway. up next, what it reveals about the scary encounter.
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the investigation continues into the deadly shooting at a kosher market in new jersey. this as the community is coming together to mourn the victims. hundreds of people come together . the 24-year-old man and 31- year-old woman. tuesday's gunbattle and standoff ended with six people killed including a police detective. authorities have not determined a motive but the city's mayor says he believes the location was targeted in an anti-semitic attack. >> everyone is really scared. >> the two gunmen died in the standoff. they are also the prime suspect in the killing of an uber driver in new jersey. we are hearing some of the desperate 911 calls made from a florida freeway during a deadly shootout between police and two gunmen who carjacked a u.p.s. truck truck. >> shot started getting fired and i was able to wiggle my way out of that situation. >> the gunman led police on a chase that started after they robbed a jewelry store. then they stole a u.p.s.
truck and kidnapped its driver. the u.p.s. driver, the two gunmen, and an innocent bystander were all killed in a shootout. many of the drivers who called for help said they left the scene fearing for their lives. >> is anyone injured? are you injured? >> no, the bullet went through my cut daughters car seat, but she wasn't here. >> police say 18 officers fired shots on the highway that day. researchers say they've identified one lifestyle habit they say contributes more than any other to the problem of childhood obesity. a new study published in the journal pediatric obesity says television watching is the number 1 factor linked to overweight and obesity problems in children. researchers evaluated the lifestyle habits of 1500 children and found those who spent more time in front of the tv were at greater risk of being obese. the study's authors say they not only have television that interrupts late, it can lead
kids to make poor eating choices because of the tv ads. still to come, the death toll continues to climb in the aftermath of this week's volcano eruption. what we are learning about the victims and some of the people still missing. and the community fed up with wild pigs messing up their yard. now they are taking action. find out who is being brought in to help them with the problem .
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another problem with the new trains. live in san francisco with some riders experiences during this morning's commute. cracking down on crime. what's being done to make things better. from ktvu fox to news, this is mornings on two. welcome back. >> good morning, everyone. a little gray outside, but i've noticed it's not that cold compared to previous mornings. >> we are 15 degrees above
average. it's a very mild hermas. that will change sunday and monday. until then, it is really warm. in fact, some of the high temps today near 70 to the south. mild, not wild. it's a damp 56. that's enough. that's all we needed. that's where the heaviest rain is confined, even though it's leading up for many here. from marin county north to the russian river. far less to the south. out in front of everyone here by a wide margin. there really wasn't a lot. san francisco did pick up a quarter inch. a lot moisture coming from the west southwest. that's why we are on the mild side. no cold air in place at all. we get a little soft breeze and that contributes, but there are some breaks here. santa cruz to the west, san jose, that's why i think we could get a few near 68 degrees. i mean, it's already 60 degrees. for some it hadn't gone below 59 in san jose. the normal is 42.
a weaker area of high pressure sending this pressure northward today. that's where the line will go today and it will be back for rain for everybody friday evening. 60s and warm today on the thames . we do have traffic that's better now. a look at the richmond bridge. i investigated. there is no mysterious crash. traffic improving on the east shore freeway. a little i'd say on that one. it's still a 49 minute drive. there is minor improvement in the east bay commute on 580. it 31:00. let's go back to the desk. >> trains could be more crowded this morning as about a dozen of the new will be running with one car today instead of two. we are live in san francisco. christina, good morning.
>> reporter: good morning. there is an issue, apparently, that connects two of the new train cars together. so because of that issue, they are only affecting about 10 cars . so it is a small impact of service. they still wanted riders to know that they discovered this problem yesterday, from what we understand. they say that it only lasts about three months before they become unreliable. officials say if to train cars became separated, passengers would be safe. we spoke to riders this morning who say they haven't really noticed a difference in crowds. >> not more than usual. i take it every day. it's kind of hard to get a seat. if there are seats, i mean, there's people standing around you kind of in your face.
>> it's not the first time there have been issues. earlier this year, they dealt with pins that failed twice and separated cars. they have resolved those issues. in terms of the issue now, they are working on getting a replacement. the impact to the service will only be today. they hope to get all of these issues resolved quickly. happening now, tiny homes being removed from a construction site to a permanent location. a crane and several equipment trucks are moving six homes along 580. the work started at 6:00 this morning. the homes were built by the company's home aide. the company is building the homes to help people transition into permanent housing. the homes will be installed on property owned by the first presbyterian church.
new video to show of a department store robbery in the east bay city of richmond. it's video from earlier this week. when a security guard tried to stop the group, a man attacked guard. >> many of those who pled guilty already. a majority of them have been contained pretrial. those who have been released, many of those have been ordered to stay away from the tenderloin neighborhood. the charges include drug trafficking .
>> the u.s. attorney hopes to improve conditions by making drug cases a priority both on the local and federal levels. 8:35. 16 people confirmed dead in new zealand after the deadly volcano eruption on white island . two teenage brothers from chicago died from their injuries. their parents are among eight people listed as missing after monday's eruption on white island. tomorrow new zealand military specialists will land on the island to try to retrieve additional bodies. many of the survivors have severe burns. they were passengers on a royal caribbean cruise ship tour. back to sell we go. that thursday morning commute. a rough start for some. >> yet. we were talking earlier about that east shore freeway. >> that was rough. >> it was a rough one. because of that and also because of the wet weather, we've had a rough commute. back in the days, i guess a little while ago when we have rain, an hour to two hours, now
it's only 48 minutes. this is a look at the bay bridge . i want to go back to the peninsula and the east shore -- or the east bay commute. if you are driving from the east bay to san jose, it is slow . all the freeways driving from san jose to the west valley are slow. 8:36. here's steve. >> we will get to it. here looks like a little break for some. not too much to the north. as for the lines lifting, so if any steady drizzle or light rain continues, that would be marin county northward. i do see some breaks toward the san jose area. just a really lot of this moisture coming up almost from the hawaiian islands. it's really close, which is why it's on the mild side.
almost 24 others. you see kind of deflecting that band of moisture. a little northward today. a lot of the deeper moisture is lifting north. i do think that's where it will stay today to get a few breaks to the south, and if those breaks are there, already at 60 degrees in san jose and oakland. it wouldn't take much to get to 67 or 68. mid 50s and upper 50s for some. if you live around san jose, cupertino, i mean, you are itching to go. still some light drizzle to the north. that's where it will stay today. highs in the 60s. we will talk about what looks to be a cooler pattern in about seven minutes or so. 8:37 now. it looks like the santa claus business is booming this year. coming up, why malls and retailers are relying on santa more than ever. plus, the iconic beverly hillbillies mansion in bel air
a tweet from president trump sent stocks into record territory this morning. >> let's get to pam cook. >> good morning. the dow jones jumped 300 points after the president tweeted that the u.s. and china are close to a deal. that could delay billions of dollars worth of tariffs on chinese goods that are set to kick in this weekend. those tariffs would hurt the tech companies like apple. apple stock drop when the bell rang on news that iphone shipments and china dropped more than 35% last month in anticipation of those tariffs. taking you live to the big board, a little optimism now. again, jumped about 300 points, pulled back a little bit now. live look at the dow jones. up more than a half percent. 158 points. still above 28000 this morning.
the s&p 500 and the nasdaq also in record territory this morning. the s&p 500 is at 3159. morgan stanley cutting 1500 jobs. the investment bank says the cuts will impact technology and operations positions. the layouts, as traditional bank jobs are actually being replaced by artificial intelligence and other new technology. financial analysts say an estimated 1.3 million bank workers in the u.s. could be affected by ai by by 2030. retailers looking to get shoppers off line and into the stores this holiday season are relying on santa. more malls than individual stores are offering photos with santa than extra incentives to get people in the door. one report says santa and other holiday attractions are the few remaining advantages that brick- and-mortar stores have over online shopping. the world's largest pizza chain was to make it easier to track pizza delivery. domino's has an online tracker
where customers can see the stages of their order. now it has unveiled a nationwide gps delivery tracking system so pizza lovers can see exactly where their pizza is on the map . the michigan-based company says the map will be on the order confirmation page at domino's website or the app. the new tracking system is meant to help increase efficiency and decrease complaints. when everyone in your house is going, when is the pizza getting here so you can now see exactly where that pizza is. >> instant gratification. >> hey, the neighbors are grabbing her pizza. all the californians in oregon will feel at home. in and out burger opens its doors this morning. as you can see, people lined up early to get the first double double. by the way, this is the company's northernmost locations. >> double double sounds pretty good right about now. >> i like the protein style. >> every time i go, my children want to go through the drive-
through. they never like to go in. they love the whole experience i guess. >> i like going in because then you can get a refill on your drink. it shows you where my mind is. i want to drinks, not one. now i am hungry as well. thanks, mike. let's take a look at the commute now on 80 westbound. 47 minute drive getting off to the macarthur maze. no problems at the toll plaza. these commutes are now pretty slow. we are not having a lot of serious crashes. people are simply going to slow . driving into san francisco, it has been slow on 101 from about brisbane to cesar chavez. these are typical commutes, and the silicon valley commute is also very slow. it is 8:44. here's steve paulson. >> already 8:44. where has the morning gone? all right. some fog but a lot of this is lifting it looks like the drizzle and light rain is moving north. dare i say i think there will be some some breaks for a few of you.
east break, some beginning to pop up. maybe on the peninsula. not to the north. too much cloud cover. rain will return late friday into saturday. dry but cool and breezy sunday into monday. all of that coming from the hawaiian islands, which is one reason why it's so mild. no cold air in place. you get a little southerly breeze. that's contributing to the warm temps here. upper 50s and 60s. even though mostly cloudy, if you get a sun break or two, 67 or 68 on the high side. to the north, i think that is steady drizzle. even those leading up in intensity into play. 16 at san jose, fremont at 61. again, temperatures are running 2 degrees to 9 degrees warmer than they were 24 hours ago. livermore is the leader of the pack. man, it feels more. well, it is. the week high-pressure is sending this club and northward right now. it's not going too far north.
it will be back by tomorrow. rain and the forecast here for us will continue friday and saturday and then it looks like a break for a few days. there are signs of a pretty wet pattern next wednesday. i'm getting ahead of myself. until then, 60s to upper 60s or 70 around santa cruz. rain returns friday and saturday. cooler and breezy. >> thank you, steve. providing life-saving advice this holiday season. how to protect yourself and your family from a christmas tree fire. still to come, one woman's personal story, safety tips, and a tree fire demonstration. but first, a coach accused of inappropriate touching some of the girls on the team. where it happened and the action taken by the school district. california phones offers free specialized phones... like cordless phones, - (phone ringing) - big button, and volume-enhanced phones. get details on this state program.
and accessoriesphones for your mobile phone. like this device to increase volume on your cell phone. - ( phone ringing ) - get details on this state program call or visit harvey weinstein still free on bail after posting more bail. a judge increased his bail from $1 million all the way to $5 million yesterday. prosecutors accused him of mishandling his ankle monitor. he's pleaded not guilty to rape charges. weinstein and the board of his bankrupt film studio have reached a tentative $25 million settlement with his alleged victims. more than 30 actresses and former employees have accused him of offenses ranging from sexual harassment to
rape. learning about a san jose coach facing charges of inappropriately touching at least three girls. the school district officials say ricardo gutierrez was hired as a walk on coach for the girls soccer team last month. last month to 16-year-olds contacted the school. he turned himself in at police headquarters where he was arrested and charged with three counts of molesting a child. >> we found out through the investigation that there was an appropriate occurring between november of 2018 to november of this year when the victim came forward. >> we commend our students for coming forward feeling confident and safe enough within our school area to talk to an employee or trusted adult about what they saw. >> he was also a coach for the san jose competitive girls soccer team. that group alerted the team of the investigation and he was let go. they don't believe any of the girls were victimized.
the city of lafayette has hired a professional trapper to capture feral pigs that have been digging up parks and yards. they come up over night looking for food causing thousands of dollars in damage to landscaping and lawns. people say they are eating going after pets and people. >> we've had a couple encounters where police dogs have spooked a pig and they have come close to the humans aggressively. >> the city posted warning signs and close to some major trails for safety reasons. park officials believe the pigs first came to the park searching for water and food. organizers say that the art festival doesn't have the money to hold the event next year. it will be the first time in almost 70 years the art festival doesn't doesn't happen. land-use problems as well as increased security costs following the shooting at the gilroy garlic festival are just some reasons for the high -- for the hiatus. they are hopeful it will return labor day 2021. they are considering making it
smaller to reduce costs or making it larger to increase revenue. a night club in downtown oakland that has long been a staple for the lgbtq community will be closing next month. club b&b and club 21 have been operating for nearly 20 years. a spokesperson says the building has been sold and the new owner plans to convert the building into shared tech offices. the club's last day will be january 23rd. a small plane crashed into some park vehicles on busy street in phoenix, arizona. a surveillance capture the crash yesterday as the pilot was attempting to land at deer valley airport. he had to make an emergency landing just about 2 miles away. that plane clipped some powerlines and several vehicles and a street sign, but no one was hurt. >> it sounds like there was an emergency with the plane, and so him landing, obviously, he did the best that he could. again, very lucky that he was able to walk away from that airplane.
>> the faa and ntsb investigating the cause of the crash. 8:52. surviving a frightening crash in the central valley. still to come, how a six week old baby is doing after being thrown from the backseat of an suv. and a facebook post went viral. a 4th grade boy being bullied for his t-shirt. in turn, the university created a shirt featuring the boy's design. find out how many shirts were sold and how much money was raised to help stop bullying nationwide. ♪ ♪
the boys design. think raise money for the stop out bullying organization. the beverly hill billy's home sold as a priciest home in the state. it sold for a $150 million. it has 18 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, swimming pool, guesthouse and a back garden. it has a massive wine cellar that owns 12,000 bottles. ultima ravens will host the new york jets tonight. many expect the ravens to be the jec. mark jackson is dealing with an injury. the raven star left tackle, ronnie stanley will be out with a concussion. the jets are also banged up. for starting defensive players will be sidelined because of injuries. kickoff set up by: 20. you can watch all of our newscast during the game over on
ktvu plus. the oakland football team leaves today to go for his fourth stram championship game. the warriors won the cif northern championship last weekend with a win over man take a high. they are dedicating the game to ramon standers who died last month of bone cancer. roger goodell said the league has moved on when it comes to calling kaepernick. his decision to move last month's scheduled workout in atlanta was showing that he is not willing to take advantage of the unique opportunity. they will not consider him for workouts or future openings. ballet school is open after it has lost its longtime home.
the oakland ballet were unable to come to an agreement to buy the property. after operating the school at temporary locations, they have finally settled into his studio along piedmont avenue. >> we did not have one place where we could be 100% of the time. we had three different places we were going. >> it's comforting that we have a space that we know is ours and we won't be kick out of for the time being. >> they say their dream is to expand their dream school and find a permanent home. the focus now is on the nutcracker performances. teaming up with community volunteers to collect donations for one warm coat. it's something we have been part of for this past many years. it'll dive into the closets you have and see if you have spare coats or jackets that you could donate. go to ktvu .com the for complete list of drop off locations.
there are locations in oakland, san jose and san francisco. the coat drive last until the end of the month. helping to save lives and homes from flames, advice to help your christmas tree from catching fire. a fresh face at the home of one of oakland's black churches. we are joined by the reverend dr. jacqueline thompson. taking his brand of stand up to the bay area. we are joined from the comedian rod man from last comic standing., welcome i'm playing frank sinatra to start the show. allie and mike today is francis albert's birthday. he was born on december 12th, 1915. obviously he is the late
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