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issued a between a man and a suspect in the man's own home. we will tell you where that happened and what police are saying about that incident. from ktvu on fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. i'm pam cook. >> you brought bob with you, pam. >> i didn't have it on my drive but it is around the bay area. >> steve has it on his radar. >> i had some briefly and then all of a sudden, cleared. fog advisory, some rain to the north it will stay until later and then drop south and overnight into early saturday. we are going to break saturday, then saturday night a little piece drops in. dense fog advisory, north, will move south, there it is, if you are north and calistoga, it's rain up in the mountains. a very warm sector, a lot of warm overrun is what we call it. if you can break through the fog, we might get some of the
mid-60s here. if you are north, it is sold out. 51 most of the temperatures here, fog still an issue, visibility really good for some, not so good for others. half of the bay anywhere from zero to half a mile or three quarters of a mile in the same can be set around petaluma. a lot of cloud cover, on the mild side, 60s four minium temperatures today. that was nice, that sammy davis, that was nice. >> the fog is still there although it might be better now as the sun is coming up, visibly slightly better. it is very slow, there's a long line, could be because of the fog but you can see how slow it is approaching the richmond bridge. a crash that lingers at ashby avenue, the bay bridge toll
plaza lighter because people are coming in from 580 or 880, you can take advantage of that. 880 is completely fogged in. if you look at the commute, you can see traffic is okay. let's go back to the desk. san jose busy this morning investigating a deadly shooting. >> it happened on florence avenue and white road in east san jose. elissa harrington has been on the scene this morning, what can you tell us now, melissa? >> reporter: good morning, that victim was shot right of the entrance to florence court around 2:00 a.m. there are all these businesses, i got a chance to speak with an employee at the tamale factory. she just arrived for work when she heard the gunshots and called police. >> i was just making tamales, then i just heard gunshots and then we just started closing all the doors, locking all the doors, making sure everyone inside was okay. then they said there was
somebody dad and we called the cops. >> reporter: when police arrived, they found a man dead, police set up a perimeter to search for the suspect. at this time, south white road between rose and east hills drive is blocked off. another neighbor i spoke with this morning told me he was fast asleep when the sound of gunfire well,. he heard six shots in a woman screaming. police searched yards on the street, an officer i spoke with told me they have information the suspect might live in a house in this area. they have been speaking with witnesses this morning but a motive is not known. this is the city's 32nd homicide of the year. there is still heavy police presence here, a lot of officers continuing their investigation. reporting live in san jose, elissa harrington, box 2 news. in napa this morning, police are investigating a shooting outside a bar. this happened about 1:00 this morning outside downtown joe's on main street.
when police arrived, they found one man with a gunshot wound, they got him to the hospital, then they learned a second man had taken himself to the hospital. detectives think the shooting happened after an argument between two groups. they are asking with anyone with information to contact police. oakland police are investigating the shooting of a man who was been run over by a car. it happened last night dear aids about 6:30 p.m. reportedly, as many as 20 shots were fired. the victim was rushed to a hospital, this point, we don't know his condition. other people may have been hurt. if you have any information, call oakland police. police also increasing patrols near though west oakland bart station because there is been a spike in robberies. police say the dark earlier evening commute and holiday season, it just attracts thieves who often target people walking out of the bart station. in just one month between
october and november, there were 60 robberies in west oakland and downtown oakland. the police department is offering bribes, when possible, along with putting out extra patrols. >> people in groups, pull over, get out, robbery, take off. >> police remind you, keep valuables heading, board walking by yourself and go to a safe, well lighted area, if you have to stop and use your cell phone. one man in a hospital after a shootout in santa rosa with an armed intruder. it happened yesterday morning at eight apartment complex, the man who lives in the apartment, grabbed his gun and confronted an armed intruder and they fired shots at each other. >> the victim and the intruder exchanged gunfire, the victim was had at least three times per he was taken to a local hospital, where he is in serious but stable condition.
>> the intruder escaped in a pickup truck, if you have any information, you're asked to call police. in undocumented immigrant accused of killing a san jose woman back in march is due in court this morning for a new plea hearing. he is charged with first-degree murder in the kelly of bambi larson. investigators say he stocked ms. larson in the neighborhood where she lived before killing her. ice says agents tried to deport him, salvador national nine times before that killing, but were turned down during the request to detain him. because santa clara county had a sanctuary policy. >> a man is in custody after a violent incident with the mayor of martinez. according to authorities, eli dominguez tried to arrest mayor rob schroeder yesterday afternoon on main street near castro street when officers arrived, he allegedly bit a
police sergeant, he booked him in jail on suspicion of battery, the mayor and the officer and a probation violation. this week's deadly shooting in new jersey now being investigated as an act of domestic terrorism. two suspects involved killed three people instead of a jewish grocery store on tuesday after shooting the police detective at a cemetery a mile away. look at the new surveillance video showing the man and woman pulling up to the grocery store and a rental truck, then they just start shooting. walking directly into the market with guns drawn. investigators say the suspect fired shots at everyone inside that store, the van got into a shootout with police, it lasted two hours. >> we believe that the suspects held views that reflected hatred of the jewish people, as well as the hatred of law enforcement. >> just coming in to get some food here and i found it to be a very nice community here, it
is just unbelievable. >> both suspects were killed by police. investigators say they recovered five weapons link to the shooters, for inside the supermarket, another inside of a u-haul. they say they also found a pipe bomb in the truck. recovery efforts will resume later today following the deadly irruption on white island in new zealand. military specialists wearing protective gear recovered six bodies yesterday of the 16 people who were missing and presumed dead. they did have to leave for the possibility of another irruption. the bodies were taken to auckland for identification. two others remain on or near the island. they are believed to be a chewer guide in a boat captain who had taken tourist to the island from a royal caribbean cruise ship. let's go back to sal, you had a lot of problems you were dealing with them as foggy friday morning. how is it now?
>> i think the fog may have had an effect on me commute on 80, was very foggy and there was also a serious crash there on 80 westbound, they are still clearing it, but traffic is still very slow and it is so slow, it is holding a lot of people up, you can't get to the bay bridge from 80 very easily, so people who are using the bay bridge are getting a little bit of a break for that reason. san mateo bread is also very foggy, this always reminds me of the planes because the planes come in and they have to use their instruments and that means the runway is going to be a little slower to get in. planes might relate going out, if you're taking a flight this weekend, keep that in mind, especially sfo. i don't think so much at san jose or oakland. this is a look at san jose, the commutes are little better than normal. let's bring steve in. >> let's do it. we have fog dancing around, ran to the north and eventually you
will start to slide south, but right now it looks like northern napa county, lots of fog and drizzle. often on, late into friday night, early saturday, break saturday, then it looks like saturday night, one more piece rolls through. cool and breezy as we head into sunday and monday. cloverdale, north over towards middletown, that looks to be the lineup in the lake county. not a lot of rain, more north, if you had a purveyor, not surprised if you get a half inch of rain again. this is the set up for them where they can get up to an inch, then further self, not that much as we go into friday and saturday. the seer is all about rain and fog right now, so today is the day to go if you can. it will be dropping tomorrow and eventually get done by saturday evening to around 4500 feet. but it is raining in south lake tahoe. over some of the passes and around lake tahoe, you can see
there's a little rain of snow, so again, watch out for fog and rain more so than snow today. our system will continue to stage of the north, we have 50s on the temperatures and fog is a big story for some. but not so much for others. san carlos and also hayward with about a quarter-mile visibility, to the south, after the fog burns off to the north, it's all about the cloud cover and eventually this rain is on its way for your friday evening into early saturday. 50s for a few, 60s for many, cooler to the north, warmers of the south. raining saturday night and then a much cooler breeze sunday and monday. it is a cheaper and faster way of providing housing to low income families and it is a first. coming up, we are going to show you where the world's first 3-d printed community is being built. head and killed by a bus on the peninsula, what we are finding out now about this deadly incident.
hotel where he praised his rivals for the democratic nomination, but he says he is the candidate who can work across party lines and heal the country. >> that is what we really need right now, we need leadership, we knew experience, we need maturity. >> i need somebody at this point in time who can bring the country together and who can work with people across the aisle. >> about 100 people were at last night's event including oakland mayor libby schaaf says she hasn't decided who she endorses for president. >> buddha judge will be at a dinner in napa valley, cory booker will be in palo alto. political analysts say the candidates hope to connect with senator kamala harris in her home base, following her decision to drop out of the race. >> once she left the race, those are like picking up gold
cones off of the playground, you got to have those, you got to have the chips for the california primaries. >> more candidates are expected to visit the bay area between now and the iowa caucuses in early february. investigators are looking into a bus accident that killed a 70-year-old woman in redwood city. it happened at 8:45 yesterday morning as the woman was crossing the street. witnesses say she was in the crosswalk when she was hit. the buses are equipped with surveillance cameras and they are checking to see if the cameras on that bus captured what happened. >> it is a really where occurrence when one of our buses hits and kills a person. any time something like this is a tragedy, our hearts go out to the family. >> there were four passengers on the bus when it happened but no one on board was hurt.
the bus driver was tested for drugs and alcohol which is standard particle following an accident. the driver will be off the job pending the outcome of the investigation. two new patients will begin service this weekend and the agency is celebrating with a opening ceremony in clarksburg today. the gateway to the bay for both commuters and visitors. a ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held at the station, the celebration for nevada's new downtown station will be tomorrow morning. limited weekend and holiday service will start both new stations tomorrow, full service will begin in january. love it, yeah, great. >> we have fog around the bay area this morning. >> we do, we have crashes cleared in berkeley, but the damage is done. the 80 freeway is going to be slow, you can see at a slow from richmond. things getting a little better here and there is a little bit of slowing on the richmond bridge approach. i want to go to highway 29 at
minnie driver, there is a serious accident there. if you are driving on 29 then going to up to napa, there is going to be a bigger than usual slowdown as you approach many drive because of that very serious crash. 37 a slow heading west, just over the bridge, which is not unusual, let's talk about the toll plaza, start saying maybe a little more cars coming in because of the freeway being clear, more people will start getting through, maybe the lighter volume will help us today on the commute. this traffic is moderate. let's breathing steve and with today's weather. >> a lot of fog, rain to the north, so far it is staying there, will make its move early saturday. visions of napa, napa's moon gate is now fog gate, i believe it. it sure looks like it, drive safe, everybody.
we do have dense fog advisory, morning drizzle is out and there is a lot to go around, it is there for now, northern sonoma county, it will get here by later this afternoon or tonight. deep moisture continues in the sunday, so the heaviest rain will be sent of rosa, i would not be surprised another half- inch falls him that's the perfect set up for them, more so than say morgan county which took the bread a couple dates ago. sonoma around 6500 feet, will come down tomorrow but not today. there is a fine line between fog and deep moisture, and that moisture is north for now but it will get here. 50s, petaluma, not so good, mile and a half around napa to, cordelia maybe the 80 corridor, can be really thick in spots, so watch out. most locations, east bay okay, peninsula about a quarter-mile
visibility. all the way from the flying islands, will be driven southward, that will move closer toward us. brain develops, even if you're already there, 50s to the north, 60s were others, rain will take us to saturday night and much cooler sunday and monday. former oakland raiders running back marshawn lynch is adding a new menu item 2 is in every bill restaurant. coming up, the beast mode burger and when it will be available. a green milestone has been reached 12 former governors are saying about our progress toward clean energy. the power of 2 is here for you. >> this is massive. >> we brought this to you with breaking news. ktvu fox 2, the power of 2 is
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without that boldness, we would not be here today. >> both governors had made climate change a key part of their legacy after leaving office. brown leads the hazard of climate change at uc berkeley. avoid eating romaine lettuce until further notice, that is the warning from federal regulators. more than 100 people in 20 states have become sick with e. coli link to the lettuce from salinas valley. 58 people have been taken to the hospital, 10 suffered kidney failure, no deaths have been linked to the outbreak. health experts also say 52 people in 26 states have died from vaping illnesses. the cdc says more than 2400 people have become al, doctors say there is growing evidence a chemical called vitamin e acetate is to blame.
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police are investigating the death of a woman who was found shot in her own car, what investigators say may have led to the shooting as the family is demanding justice. the house judiciary committee reproves two articles of impeachment against president donald trump. what to expect this morning and the next steps in the case. >> from ktvu fox 2 news. good morning, i'm pam cook, thank you for joining us. one is the rain coming in today? >> afternoon, tonight.
>> evening commute could be kind of rough. >> could be, although evening commute starts at about 2:30 in the afternoon. calistoga north, eventually this will drop south but for now it's fog and drizzle, fog burned off around here but what is the saying, read sky at morning, sailors warning. that is correct. it will be here later on in redwood shores, 02 attempt of a mile visibility, a balmy 57, san carlos, close enough reporting quarter-mile visibility, palo alto is a half- mile visibility, half moon bay, zero. foggy on the peninsula, there is redwood city at 55, belmont, 56, over to union city, 57. to the north, still there, will slowly start to drop south, but
until then, it is fog and drizzle. 50s and 60s on your temps today on the high side. it looks like we will pick up another half inch to one inch, 50s and 60s and cool and breezy by sunday, more on that coming up. sal is here to discuss the richmond bridge. we have slow traffic there, we have fog, we also have fog on the 80 freeway getting out to the area, you can see that is the richmond bridge, 80 because of earlier accidents, slow getting into berkeley. the bay bridge is getting a little more crowded, people were held up for a while but thou beginning to show up again. san mateo bridge traffic is okay. we will take a look when we come back. i do want to mention flights may be affected because of the weather in and out of sfo. we are still following breaking news in east san jose where there was a deadly shooting near south white road
and florence avenue. a man was shot and killed about 2:00 this morning, south white road is closed in both directions between locke avenue and the east hills read because of the investigation. neighbors said they heard about six shots and eyewitnesses reports seeing the gunman going into one of the nearby homes, they think the suspect may live in the area. elissa harrington is following the story, she will bring is another update at the top of the hour. >> just a few minutes ago the house judiciary committee approved two articles against president donald trump. the decision and what comes next. >> reporter: the committee fell right along party lines as expected. 23 members voted for the articles of impeachment, 17 republicans voted no. the two charges against president donald trump include abuse of power and obstruction of congress. the vote comes after a long, drawnout hearing and debate over impeachment among the
committee yesterday. it went on for 14 hours. republicans tried to introduce multiple amendments yesterday to throw out both of the articles, they delayed, but were not able to stop the process. moments ago, they spoke, voicing their frustrations after this morning's vote. >> there are all kinds of abuses of power, perhaps none more so than in the house of representatives by the majority. this is an outrage. >> reporter: the articles are for president donald trump's interactions with the president of ukraine. democrats say he abuse the power of his office when he pressured the president to investigate joe biden. once the votes on the two articles, will go to the full house for a vote and then the senate will have a trial early next year to decide whether to remove the president from office. mitch mcconnell says republicans are firmly in mind the president. >> we all know how it is going
to end, there is no chance the president is going to be removed from office. >> reporter: again, the full vote among the house could happen next wednesday or thursday in the senate trials could take place early next year. happening today, a man will be sentence for kidnapping and an elderly woman back in 2012. she later died from her injuries. 37-year-old jonathan jackson could get life in prison without possibility of parole. a jury found him guilty of murder in various sexual offenses. the victim was seriously hurt when she was found behind a big o tire shop on san pablo avenue in january of 2012. she never recovered. jackson was arrested four years later, prosecutors say dna connected him to the crime.
police are investigating tuesday nights deadly shooting of a 19-year-old woman in her own car. madisyn white carroll was found shot to death in a wrecked car near her father's east oakland home. it is still not clear if she was shot before or after she crashed. her father says he knew something was wrong when she didn't pick up the phone tuesday night saying she always answers. >> she was a good girl, never had no problems from her. we just celebrated her birthday. >> she didn't deserve this at all, she was the nicest person. she didn't deserve it. >> her family describes her as a smart and caring problem solver who helped care for her for younger siblings britta gofundme has been set up to help the family as they plan her service. just search for that story on ktvu.com. also happening today, woman accused of purposely using her car to run over in antioch barbara will be in court for an arraignment. ruby delgadillo is charged with attempted murder, hit-and-run and child abuse.
allegedly she rammed her car into a barber outside of the delta barbershop on eighth street and antioch after arguing with him about the way her sons hair was cut last week. the boy and his 6-year-old brother were in the car at the time of the head and run, the barber suffered a broken leg and other injuries. authorities in san francisco recovered more than $2 million in stolen property after serving 30 search warrants. they recovered stolen laptops, cameras, phones and designer handbags. some of them were stolen during car break-ins. >> returning valuables back to the people they belong to is really important for all of us. >> got a phone or computer stolen in an auto burglary, and this is the key thing, if you have a serial number or any way to identify that item, can you please contact us?
so that the raids occurred at a storage facility in an electronics chop shop, so far no words of any of wrestling to the search warrants. happening today, several police departments around the bay area will conduct dui checkpoints as part of a nationwide safety after. gilroy, milpitas, pacifica, among those taking part in the dui checkpoints. it is part of a national campaign called drive sober or get pulled over. police say dui crashes happen more often around the holidays in the police will increase their patrols through the rest of the holiday season. let's check in with sal right now for traffic. what's going on? >> what's going on is the bay bridge, i want to start their, now we have the crowd again, because that crash in berkeley has been cleared up, it is not a huge crowd, but let me's show you something. you can see 80 west bend has been slow and people are having trouble getting through, so when you got to the bay bridge
earlier, it was empty. now people are getting through more. san mateo bridge looks all right but the fog is there. it always reminds me of the sfo, there may be some delays, i know it's the weekend, you might be taking a flight out of town, you should check with your carrier today because there are likely to be a delay is at sfo. >> a big story here, although some of that may break. still rain to the north, that is where the heavier moisture is. good morning, surprise, it is pretty dang foggy here,fog is
cleared for some to the east really socked in for some, rain move south later on, cold air is not until sunday and monday. northern napa and sonoma, there is rain up there but it was going to take a while. by the afternoon and evening it will move south. 50s on the temperatures, warm air look at that moisture source, it is coming in from the west come all the way down, visiting the hawaiian islands. the only thing it's not bringing his pineapples but it is bringing a lot of warm air and it will drop south and as it does, the rain will pick up,
this is the classic set up for the russian river. after that not a lot of rain. there will be more in santa rosa north and also on the russian river. 50s and 60s, if you can break through the fog, rain enter early saturday, break for saturday and then saturday night, one more system and then cool and breezy with flows back in the 30s for monday. golden gate park is turning 150 years old and to celebrate a new attraction is coming. coming up, we have a look at a giant ferris wheel that is moving in and when you can take a ride for free. microsoft unveils the next generation of the console, we will show you the new fijians of the xbox series x and when you can buy it. a look at what is coming up on our 8:00 hour. >> we are taking you deep into
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new this morning in shanghai, china. a huge, black smoke filling the sky, flames raced through for warehouses in the industrial zone. more than 300 firefighters and 50 firetrucks rushed to that scene. it is under control now, believe it or not, no injuries reported. democratic leaders in congress celebrating passing a sweeping new bill, aimed at reducing prescription drug prices. the bill passed the house on the largely partyline vote. it would give the federal government the power to negotiate prices with drugmakers. it would also make major changes to the medicare program and cap out-of-pocket drug costs what with medicare beneficiaries at $2000. >> this bill is the most transformational change to medicare, since president
johnson signed medicare into law in 1965. >> lowering drug prices was the main campaign promises during last year's elections. the white house praised the legislation last week but a tough road ahead. bay area companies are on the watchlist, oracle's revenue , adobe systems beat the street estimates. when the bell rang this morning, little bit of a mixed picture, the opening bell live, a lot of criticism we haven't heard a lot from china after the president announced that a deal is close and it is pretty quiet on wall street as well. there is the dow jones, down just a little bit, 28,001 27, the s&p 500 is down a little bit as well, the nasdaq is up this morning 287 33. microsoft has revealed the next version of its popular xbox, it is called xbox series x.
>> let's have a dream which is not under control. and then, you will get more and more adventures. >> unlike previous versions, the series x has a more vertical design, similar to a tower. microsoft says it will be at fastest and most powerful console ever and i will have the ability to play games from multiple xbox generations. it is that to hit the shelves during next year's holiday season. a new survey showed lower income americans but a larger percentage of their pay docs on lottery tickets. the bank survey revealed the average american spends about 1000 a year on lotto tickets, people making $30,000 a year or less and edit you spending on average 13% of their paychecks on the lottery. the survey also found that
millennial spend more on the lottery, alcohol and tobacco than gen xers and baby boomers. >> world-famous hot boys is getting ready to serve more sandwiches and a permanent location. the chronicle reports the restaurant is setting up shop in oakland. though world-famous hot boy made its public debut in the city over the summer, specializing in nashville style hot chicken sandwiches and hot sauces that come with a warning. the new location on san pablo avenue and 16th walden december 30th. their pop-up will be open until the 20th. marshawn lynch, the former raider star, now running a burger pop up at his restaurant in emeryville. it is called rob evans. it is teaming up with celebrity chefs who will add a new burger to the menu for a limited time. it is called the beast mode burger, inspired by the idea of eating hot wings. it comes in nature botta bond, stuffed with bacon, hot sauce, ranch dressing, pickled jalapenos, cauliflower, and
carrots. it will cost $15, will be sold at the restaurant tomorrow and on sunday. the open coliseum before the rangers game and at the tailgate see you lot. a giant ferris wheel is coming to goldman gate park in san francisco, it is part of its 150th anniversary. the fares will open on april 4th, the day of the big celebration, rides on this 150 foot tall ferris will will be free on the anniversary date, after that, the price will be $18 a person. the park says the wheel will provide a sweeping view from the pacific ocean, all the way to downtown. it will be up and running until march of 2021. the trump administration is open 1 million acres of land in california to fracking and drilling. the bureau of land management made the announcement yesterday, the decision has a
five-year moratorium on public land. environmentalists have long condemned the practice because it uses water and chemicals at high pressure to extract oil and natural gas. the decision now allows 1.2 million acres of land to be leased for drilling in california, including parts of fresno, santa barbara and ventura counties. back to back storms make a big difference, you're looking at the latest drought monitor map for the state. it shows about 4% of the state is abnormally dry. community is near the oregon state line, last week 85% of the state was abnormally dry because of the slow start into our rainy season but we have quite a bit of right now. let's see if there are changes in our commute. sal, you have been busy all morning. we matt galka the fog is never really a great thing for a commute, you will see some slowing, we have slowing on
interstate 80, we have issues to blame for that, if you just gone but it's very slow, richmond and berkeley, and has also made the other commute a little slower. i think people use 680 to get around the 80 problem and now 680 is slow, westbound to lafayette getting to the bay bridge it's a lot more crowded than it was as people are getting here. it's about a 15 minute wait. i want to remind you, a lot of people take flights out this time of year, especially on the weekends, you might want to check with sfo because of what is going on there. a little bit of slowing on the approach to the west valley, it is not a completely usual commute on saturday. a lot of people going to sunnyvale and cupertino. we will focus a little bit on the severe in nevada and nevada, that's where a few things are going on. a lot of those clouds making an appearance and brian about
norstar, snowing at mid- mountain, north star heavy wet snow. up top, beautiful flurries, i like that. up top, beautiful flurries, it is a rain snow mix once you get to the pass, around 6500 feet, that is where the snow line is. it's a mix going below that, so if you are going up, it is mainly rain and fog. in klein, 31, around the snow line for now. tomorrow, will start to drop. today it will stay high. winter weather advisory starts at noon, does until 4:00 a.m. on sunday. over the next 24 hours, will drop, maybe around 4500 feet by late saturday. if you can go, today is the day. the rain line is starting to dip their south begins to make a move into sedona county.
it is pretty far out there but it's on its way. 50 in temps, mild conditions and the moisture is spreading some really heavy rain on the north coast. eventually it will slide south, system coming down from the gulf of alaska for sunday and monday. it's going to get here later this afternoon or tonight, that is when other areas will start to get in on the rain. 50s, 60s, look for cloudy skies, drizzle, turning into rain. it does look like a break saturday a month saturday night one more impulse slides through and much cooler breezy conditions sunday and monday. in just a couple of weeks, the platform what's up will start working for millions of people coming up in the next hour, which users will see a message undeliverable text, and the reason why. after growing tired of not seeing santa claus. one family decided to bring diversity to the holiday season coming up, we will introduce
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♪have a holly, jolly christmas. it's the best time of the year. >> i think it was the voice of rudolph the red nose reindeer. classic, great, the alloys. thank you for the request, steve, there are a couple more requests of christmas songs, i will get them on for you. i've a lot to choose from some if you don't hear a song this week, we are doing it again next week. jesse is the hashtag ktvu on social media. today is also friday the 13th, tonight only, san jose's winchester mystery house is hosting chewers about the
historic man in sharon. winchester was obsessed with the number 13, the mansion has 13 bathrooms, 13 fireplaces, 13 steps on the stairs. at 1:00 this afternoon, the 13th hour, the mansion's historic bell will ring 13 times in sarah's daughter. the tours will continue until midnight. sarah winchester believes she was hunted by people who were killed by her family as winchester rifle. oakland high school football team which is an incredible team, they are in southern california, getting ready to go after their fourth straight state championship. they will play in the cif division to a championship game tomorrow again specific high school of oxnard. the warriors won the championship last weekend, with
a win over man take a hike, but they are dedicating the game tomorrow to graduate in football star ramon sanders, he died last month of bone cancer. bay area high schools are well represented in the championship games, nine local schools will play tomorrow for state titles, including de la sal and sarah hi, cardinal newman representing the north bay, plus teams around milpitas, richmond, san francisco and leyton valley. 49ers coach carl shanahan getting the 49ers ready to play his old team, the atlanta falcons. shanahan was the offense of coordinator for two years. then in 2017, just a day after the teams dramatic super bowl loss to the patriots, he was hired as the 49ers head coach. the 49ers host the falcons on
sunday, their first game since shanahan took over. the game starts at 1:25, you can see the game right here on ktvu. it could be a sad weekend for raiders fans, they are going to see their raters play their last regular-season home game in oakland. the raiders jumped off with a six and four record earlier this season, but lost the last three games. looks like they will miss the playoffs, which means sunday's game against the jaguars will be the final home game before the raiders pack up and move to las vegas. right now, the cheapest tickets, $157 for one ticket. a deadly shooting in the south bay and police are still searching for the gunmen. we are live in san jose with more on what neighbors are saying. a spike in robberies, who they are targeting and what is being done to keep people safe. the house judiciary committee just pave the way for a historic vote hear the latest
on the two articles of impeachment against president donald trump. >> from ktvu on fox 2 news, this is good morning. good morning, i'm pam cook , a foggy friday. you can see that behind us, let's check in with steve for a look at the weekend weather. >> we are starting off with a lot of fog. we do have a lot of fog, dense fog advisory is out for some, not too bad. a tad foggy out there this morning a 900 feet up on sonoma mountain, two miles north of the petaluma airport. also summer and is inching closer to petaluma. north of santa rosa, calistoga, looks like it's sliding in as well. fog is the big story here but also along the peninsula. i know san carlos, palo alto about a quarter of a mile. same for petaluma, dunce fog
advisory, morning drizzle in the rain line will make its way south later tonight, as the deep moisture which got pushed north yesterday starts to slide back. pretty mild but look at all that, this could be another inch for the russian river. it is slow out there from earlier issues and i think the fog has something to do with it, we see a lot of read on the commute. we haven't seen too much red on some freeways, but a lot on 80. a little bit of highway 4 and 680 has a lot and as you can see here the bay bridge plaza was filled for a while. people stuck in traffic, now in the san mateo bridge looks good. south commute is slow, 17 is better than it was yesterday but the actual valley commute is slow in sunnyvale and cupertino. we are continuing the developing news out of san jose.
one person shot and killed and police are searching for the suspect. >> this happened on florence avenue and white road. elissa harrington all morning long you have been there, alyssa, what is the new ? >> this is the 32nd homicide of the year, you can see heavy police presence also a crime same lab. i got a chance to speak with people who work at the neighboring businesses, they told me they heard several gunshots and a woman screaming. >> about six shots in quick succession, then i heard a woman screaming and yelling down the street here. i tried poking my head out the door and out the window, i didn't see anything. of course, was not interested in getting shot. >> i was just making tamales and then i heard gunshots and then we just started closing all the doors, locking all the doors and making sure everyone inside was okay. then there was someone dead and we call the cops.
>> this happened after 2:00 a.m., but when police arrived, they found one man dead. police set up a perimeter to search for the suspect. at this time, south white road between rose and east hill drive is blocked off. they have been questioning some witnesses. the person he was killed was found at the entrance of florence court. neighbors i talked to said police searched back yards and knocked on doors to see if neighbors saw anything. an officer told me they had information and assess might live in a house in the area. the motive is not known, but i should mention again, large action of south white road is blocked off. this is a busy intersection, you can see a lot of that traffic detoured. we got a chance to driver on the side streets and they are backed up, if you're trying to get through this area, give yourself extra time. elissa harrington, ktvu. another story, in napa where
police are investigating a shooting that happened outside the bar. this occurred about 1:00 this morning outside of downtown joe's on main street. they found one man with a gun shot wound and transported him to the hospital. a second man took him self to the hospital as well. they believe it the shooting happened after an argument between two groups. they are asking anyone with information to contact napa police. the house judiciary many approved two articles of impeachment against president donald trump. the articles to approve 23 to 17. president donald trump is accused of abusing his power by asking ukraine's president to investigate joe biden while withholding military aid. president donald trump is also accused of obstructing congress by blocking the houses efforts to investigate his actions. the house is expected to vote next week. that will lead to a trial in january. it does take a two thirds vote
to remove a sitting president. police are investigating the shooting of a man who was then run over by a car, this happened around 6:30 last night around eighth and adeline, as many as 20 shots were fired, the victim was transported to the hospital, we have not learned his condition yet. also in oakland, officers are increasing patrols near the bart station where they have seen more robberies. officers say the dark evening commute in the holiday season bring out the thieves who often target people walking out of the station. police say in october, there were 60 robberies in west oakland and downtown. police are offering rides when possible in addition to the extra patrols. >> there are people who will drive around in cars in groups, they will pull over, do a robbery, hop in the car and take off. >> police want to remind you to keep valuables hidden and go to a safe, well lit area if you
need to stop and use your phone. a man in the hospital after a shootout with an armed intruder. it happened yesterday at a santa rosa apartment complex. the man who lives in the apartment grabbed his gun and confronted an armed intruder ma fired shots at each other. >> the victim and the intruder exchanged gunfire, the victim was hit at least three times. he was taken to a local hospital where he is in serious but stable condition. >> the intruder escaped in a pickup truck. if you have any information, call santa rosa police. and undocumented immigrant accused of killing a san jose woman is in court this morning. he is charged with first-degree murder, investigators say he stopped larson in the south san jose neighborhood before killing her. ice agents tried to deport him nine times before the killing, but the request to detain him was not honored in the county because of it sanctuary policy.
a man is in custody after a violent incident with mayor martinez. according to authorities, eli dominguez confronted the mayor yesterday afternoon on main street near castro street. officers say dominguez bit a police sergeant. police booked him on suspicion of battery on the mayor and the officer and a probation violation. recovery efforts will resume today after a irruption on white island in new zealand. military specialist recovered six bodies yesterday, but they had to leave before another eruption. the bodies were taken to auckland for identification. two others remain on or near the island, they are believed to be a two or guide in a boat captain who had taken tourist to the island from a cruise ship. one of the fridays, and their state 80 get onto city streets and hopefully, on my way to get into oakland today.
>> that crash we had which has been going for about an hour did have a lasting effect on the morning commune and if you're driving to the richmond bridge, i think people were on 80 trying to get over, people on 80, it is better now but it is still lingering, slow traffic, probably be that way for the rest of the morning. as you can see, the traffic in the essay has been so good san mateo bridge moderately heavy, it is not as slow as it would be on a wednesday. but it is slow. i'm looking at fremont city traffic on 880 south, little better than it normally is. let's bring stephen. >> all right, thank you, it is almost to gifford forecast here, one is for rain in the north, the other is for fog and the other first son. looks like the rain line is beginning to make a little move to the south. it has still been above santa rosa north. not so good for the north,
oakland mild visibility but san jose is reporting son and parkinson's son also on the san mateo coasts. some of that cloud deck is burning off if you are south of about half the way to san jose, you might be getting some sun. clouds back in, 50s and the temps, pretty mild, you can see how it looks northward, but it's on its way southward over the course of the day. there are signs it is beginning to look not so much to the north , moving to the south ever so slowly. 60s for some, if you can get to the clouds and get son you might get to mid 60s. rain on the way for tonight and saturday morning and saturday night, a cool breeze will take over sunday and monday again. is a cheaper and faster way of providing housing to low income families and it is a first. when we come back, we are going to show you where the world's first 3-d printed community is being built. we are going to show you a
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christmas tree farm is been around for over 50 years, one prize will get you a tree of any size and at the same time, helping out a worthy cause. it is a winding trip up charlie road in los gatos, but it is so worth it. at the tippy top sits the peacock christmas tree farm. 44 acres, 45,000 trees, dozens of varieties from sequoias to douglas firs. all dotting the santa cruz mountains like ornaments, and they are all ready to come home. >> basically everyone who comes up here is happy. where you go these days, where everybody is in a good mood. >> the owner, eric hoffner and his wife lisa, to transplants who fell in love with the property back in 1999. the only catch to new ownership, came with a year- round holiday twist. the tree farm must carry on. >> the morning after
thanksgiving i said let's see who is here, we went down and there were a line of cars and i'm like oh, call her friends and family to come help us. we are a little more dial than now. >> welcome to peacock christmas tree farm . >> they have fun, 20 seasonal employees and volunteers will flock back every year to work the farm and the magic it brings. it truly is a family affair. >> you can't make it up, it's like you are going and watching a hallmark movie, and when you get to come up here. >> you get up here and you saw in your in the outdoors and you pretend like you are a lumberjack. >> how are you doing, did you find one? >> reporter: duty primavera of santa cruz has been a flyer for 20 years. she loves the sense of community and that personal touch. >> only moly, man. you leave here with a little more christmas spirit inside.
>> i think it's really beautiful, the trees are gorgeous, the property is , the from, that is the hard part is making up your mind. >> reporter: by christmas day, 1000 trees will have left the mountain and a charity will be all the better. like they do every year, the hoffmans donate their proceeds. this year it went to words and deeds. in honor of chris stevens who died in libya seven years ago. the funds will go toward scholarships were in middle eastern studies majors following in his footsteps. erika and i were to turn any brothers and so was steve mcdonald's, who runs the prophet. >> chris was your best friend after you read up with them for the first time in the elevator. he was a guy who knew how to effortlessly listen and understand people and cultures around him. >> reporter: chris was a giving sole and only fitting that he
has remembered this time of year. his family is make the annual trek to the peacock christmas tree farm. >> something about getting up in the hills that makes you say why doesn't this happen more often? >> so far more than 20 scholarships have been given chris's name and i hope to give out another three this year. if you would like more information about the program, go to ktvu.com and click on the web link . boy, what a legacy. >> you are telling me when you were working on the story, you kind of stumbled in on it. >> they put a bid on the property because they fell in love with it, but the guy said no, then developers came in and said we want to develop a amick i said no and about a year later, eric said here is the offer, it's a little lower, and we will run the christmas tree farm.
>> i love that they give to charity, what about the cost of a tree? >> reporter: if you go in and buy a tree, but a three foot or 72 footer, across the board. >> that is a bargain. >> the three footers might be a little pricier, but you can get them as big as you want. >> we are going to show you some fog, 80 westbound, you will see some slowing as you drive through the area, this is the best shot we have been able to get all morning. a couple of trucks there, it is very slow, and it is even uglier now than it was a little while ago. the bay bridge, the fog moves around and increases, foggy or on the san mateo bridge, it's also foggy here in parts of the south bay. but, there is some sun there. it is kind of hit and miss out there. let's bring steve paulson back in here. >> some of the low cloud deck
has burned off so around san jose, already partly sunny, even sunburst. in the marina for the last 30 minutes, dancing out there, same can be said for parts of the coast as well. if you're north, you are saying what? that is the where the rain and the cloud cover is. three forecasts here, some clouds and rain to the north, pockets of thick fog around the bay but sun breaks already in the clouds and rain will move in for everyone later tonight. during the day may not be that bad but a much cooler breezy pattern moves in for sunday into monday. with some 30s showing up, not something we have seen lately. we actually had strong high pressure over us so the sun breaks calmly leading to mid 60s there and there's a lot of moisture but it is more to the north for now.
a system will start to drive it south a little bit later today and overnight into tomorrow. steady rain to the north, but nothing too heavy, looks like it's trying to move south but it will take a little while. to the north, could be an inch around the russian river. the system will weaken as it moves south, we will get some rain out of it but if you have the sun, joy, the clouds are on their way. 56 to 64, often on rain and then here comes the cooler pattern, along with the wind, sunday and monday. the messaging app whatsapp will stop working for millions of people. coming up, which users will see the message undeliverable text. a solar milestone in the state of california, what two former governors are saying about her progress toward clean energy.
seuss special, i used to watch it every christmas, without fail, even though i knew how it was going to turn out. greasy, black peel, love it. thank you for the request, janice. he is also the voice of tony the tiger. you can hit me up on social media by using the hashtag, ktvu unfazed , twitter, or instagram. >> are right, this morning we are getting a look at the world's 3-d printed neighborhood. a giant printer has built two houses and a real part of southern mexico. the family getting homes for the cost of three dollars a day. they have been living in makeshift homes, but the new houses will help keep them safe as they live in a seismic zone that is prone to flooding. housing nonprofit and construction technology company hope to build 50 new houses by the end of next year. two of california's former
governors are celebrating the states progress toward clean energy. arnold schwarzenegger was presented with a panel yesterday to mark 1 million solar roofs in california. he said that target in 2005. jerry brown was there as well, to celebrate at buchanan house in clovis. >> come up with a new green deal or anything new, they should just go and copy california. >> switch and anger had the vision, 1 million roofs, that was very bold, and without that boldness, we would not be here today. >> both governors had made climate change a key part of their legacy after leaving office. governor brown leads a new institute on climate change at uc berkeley and governor schwarzenegger will be the guest on our weekly political show, that is sunday morning at 5:30, right here on ktvu. a supervisor says the city
is experiencing a drug use crisis and supervisor matt haney wants the department of public health to take action. community members joined him for a hearing yesterday. a recent report says a record number of people in the city recently died from overdoses of heroin, fentanyl, and meth. he once health officials to create emergency plan for the drug crisis. >> we need attentive case management so people don't fall through the cracks, we need a straight response team, so we have trained clinicians and first responders to the crisis out on our streets everyday. >> officials say they are committed to talking with those in crisis to get an idea of what works and what doesn't, and will also work with organizations and nonprofits already on the streets trying to save lives. major-league baseball will start testing players for opioids and cocaine's. after los angeles pitcher tyler skaggs was found dead in his dallas hotel room with no and oxycodone in his system. officials say any players found with opioids in their system will have to undergo drug treatment.
marijuana will not be treated as the same as alcohol. more than $2 million worth of stolen phones, cameras and laptops all recovered during a sting in san francisco. where investigators the items came from and also details on some of the places that were rated. if you're growing tired of not seeing santa claus, looks like one family trip decided to bring diversity to the holiday season. coming up, we'll introduce you to clarence clauss, a character who has become a tradition for many families across the u.s. at hertz, we know that a change of scenery
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police investigating the death of a woman who found shot in her own car. what police say may have led to the shooting as the family is demanding justice. after hours of debate, the house judiciary committee approved two articles of impeachment, we will break down the next steps in the case. >> from ktvu on fox 2 news, this is mornings on 2. >> i heard there is a full moon
in town, but steve, was looking for last night, but didn't find it. all that fog. >> it was there for some, not for all. it was the last full moon of the month, the year, of the decade. the next one will be january 10th is what i have been told. we are still looking at some big differences on temperatures here, san jose yesterday hit 70 degrees. i was not a record, 79 and 1978. 68 gilroy, 66 livermore, san jose already has some cloud cover and rain to the north, but staying most of the morning. dense fog warning, but the rain will move south later this afternoon and tonight and take us overnight into saturday morning. parts of santa cruz, san mateo kos and santa clara valley
already dealing with the little son, the line is right there, it is inching ever so slowly south. 58 in san jose, 47 in lakeport, fog on the peninsula, little better now than it was. over towards hayward, pockets of it around the moisture will lead to rain later on. mild to warm in the 60s. >> right now, we have some as you mentioned, as the fog has not reached san jose downtown, it is moving along well. this command has been better off because of no visibility problems here in the south bay. we had slowing here and there. better than usual, the peninsula is all right, but very fogged in. 580 and eight adr slow, bay bridge plaza is slow as well. highway 29 near many drive, steer clearing an accident there. a : 32 let's go back to the desk. history was made this morning as a house judiciary committee approved two articles of impeachment against
president donald trump. what comes next in reaction to that boat? >> reporter: the vote fell right along party lines, as expected. 23 members of the committee voted for the articles, 17 republicans voted no. >> for the third time in a little over a century and a half, the house judiciary committee has voted articles of impeachment against the president. for abuse of power and obstruction of congress. the house will act expeditiously. >> reporter: the four houses expected to vote on whether to impeach the president for the two articles next week and then after that, will go to the republican controlled senate for trial to determine whether he should leave office. mitch mcconnell says there is no way his fellow republicans
will ever vote to remove him from office but there is debate among republicans about how the trial should play out. mcconnell wants it to be brief and routine, but some of the president supporters want him to call witnesses and defend himself publicly. >> america needs to hear from the witnesses, and we didn't get to hear from them here, this was a kangaroo court. >> reporter: the full house can vote on the articles next wednesday or thursday, that though also expected to follow along party lines. there may be republicans and democrats in swing districts that don't vote with their party, that is not expected to change the outcome. the trial is expected to happen early next year. today democratic presidential candidate joe joe will campaign in san antonio after wrapping up a busy day in the bay area. he attended three fundraisers yesterday including one at san
francisco's claremont hotel. he prays some of his rivals, biden says he is the candidate who can work across party lines and heal a divided nation. >> that is what we really need right now, we need leadership, we need experience, we need maturity. >> i think we need someone at this point in time in history who can bring the country together and you can bring people across the aisle. >> about 100 people were at last night's event including the mayor. she has not yet decided who she is going to endorse for president. cory booker and buddha judge will host bay area fundraising events. buddha judge will be at a dinner in napa valley, booker will attend events in palo alto. they held campaign events in the area earlier this week. the candidates hope to connect to kamala harris is supporters
following her decision to drop out of the race. more candidates are expected to vi the iowa caucuses in early february. let police are investigating tuesday's doubly shooting of a 19-year-old in her own car. madisyn white carroll was shot to death in her car near her father's oakland home. it's not clear if she will shop before or after she crashed. her father said she knew something was wrong when madison didn't pick up the phone calls tuesday night's and she always answered her phone. >> she was a good girl, never had no problems with her, you know, we just celebrated her birthday. >> she did not deserve this at all. she was the nicest person, she was the most innocent person, she didn't deserve it. cmac her family describes her as smart and caring, a problem solver who helped care for her younger siblings. a gofundme page has been set up to help the family as they plan her service. there is a link on our website, just look for that story on ktvu.com. back to cell we go on the
friday commute. starting to lighten up a little bit? >> it is, my, just a little bit, but the fog, you can see the fog or behind you, i mean, the bob does have an impact or an effect i should say on the morning commute. i want to talk about morgan county herbert south bound 101 slow going to pacific center because clearing up a crash there you know there is only one way to get south really. there is not a good alternate route 2101 south. it's going to be very slow. if you are driving on 80, little improvement between richmond and berkeley. let's also talk about some of these other commutes here. the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up, was a little bit lighter than usual earlier because people were stuck, but now people have arrived so this is about a 20 to 25 minute delay. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. >> the sun is already out in
san jose and parts of the coast as well but to the north, a lot of clouds and rain. rain, fog, clouds or son, yes, all three in the mix here. but the clouds and rain will eventually move south and cover most areas by later tonight. breezy and much cooler sunday into monday. this has been the line all morning long around the coast and lake county. looks like it's trying to sneak into where it's been most of the morning and the low cloud deck has decided to burn off around san jose and san mateo. other areas, it is mainly above lake level, you see some snow there, the new job back down and you can find some rain. generous rain, but then he will start with snow around the 6000 foot level. as part as the rain goes, the heaviest will be to the north, far less to the south. the system may not do much by the time it gets back down to the valley, but the north,
looks like another decent amount of rain. if you are going to the mountains, it is rain and snow and fog until you get around some of the passes, the snow level will start to come down tomorrow and really get down to around 45 foot level by saturday evening, if there is enough moisture available. 40s, 50s to the north, upper 50s, san jose is 58. mostly sunny skies, fog thick around petaluma, also a glenn airport. that is a lot of moisture, but it has been passed northward, eventually start driving south but it will take a while and as it does it will weaken. everywhere by tonight, was some rain right now it is mainly to the north and that is where it will stay. rainfall will not be that heavy if you're by san francisco, north of that though, there
could be good amounts. mid-60s to the south, mid-50s to the north, big difference in a lot of these temperatures here. if you have the clouds and sun, will be cooler and breezy on sunday and monday. oakland high school football team going for their fourth straight state championship. tomorrow, we are wishing them well. coming up, we will tell you how the recent death of a former player is giving the team extra motivation. will also tell you about the ward given to redwood city is and possible foods and the reason why. so that early retirement we planned.
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i usually get people's mental names wrong intentionally. there have been no major problems, but the fog really is an issue, if you have some visibility problems, it is most likely to come in the east bay in the north bay, you saw the south bay picture it did not have a lot of fog courtesy go north and west, you see a lot of fog, that includes the bay bridge, still foggy, give yourself a little bit of extra time to navigate that commute. stephen r, that is your real middle name. >> grasses correct. the ktvu campus, i like that. i will have to explore that myself. let's take a look and see what's going on. we have three forecast, one for the north and there is a lot of fog dancing around or you already have son. the rain hasn't made a much of a move. south it already clear.
until you get up to the passes, then it is a rain snow mix or snow, you got about 6500 feet and snow, that is line, tomorrow it will start to go down, a lot of moisture out there but a high pressure setting in, 40s for a few, 50s for many in a balmy 58 in san jose. still have fog around hayward, palo alto, but it's better than their words. you can see the cloud cover streaming northward in, eventually it will slide south, may take a little while, but by later this afternoon, it will make its move. so far the rain hasn't gone that far south. for now, will stay there but the heaviest rain by far will be to the north, not nearly as much to the south. the system will weaken as it drives southward. cool and breezy, those will be
back in town sunday and monday. he will feel a huge difference. back in the 30s for some as you had towards monday morning. transporting viewers to the battlefield during world war i. still to come, we get a behind- the-scenes look at this golden glaive nominated film, we sit down with the stars of "1917". expanding mental health support come up next, the plan to create a national three digit phone number for anybody to call for help.
ilo has died best known for his role in cell the pizza guy in the film do the right thing that earned him an oscar nomination for best supporting actor. he also starred in bang the drum slowly, the godfather part two inman . according to his agent, he died at a medical facility in new jersey where he is being treated for a sudden illness, he was 86. the fcc is moving ahead with plans to designate a three digit number similar to 911 for emergencies, people will be able to dial 988 for help. marilyn the national prevention
lifeline uses a 10 digit number, 2.2 million calls were routed to hundred and 60 crisis centers. >> i believe 988 could help. it has an echo of 911, number we all know. the resource should make a real difference when those increases need a lifeline. >> regulators are hoping the new number will be easier to remember and help reduce the stigma associated with mental health. nine and it is not set up yet and the fcc has proposed giving providers up to 18 months to accommodate the new number. in the meantime, anybody who needs help can call the national suicide prevention lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. authorities in san francisco recovered $2 million in stolen property. they recovered stolen laptops, cameras, phones and designer handbags. some of the items stolen during car break-ins. the raids included a storage facility, an electronic shop shop, no word of any arrests.
is special for comedy fans. >> if you are going to give me lunch don't give me fruit that is bruised. >> we are going to sit down with a comedian and actor and best selling actor jay mohr bob sugar from jerry maguire. >> it started as a pop-up, notes coming to the bay, find out where the hot boys will be opening up a permanent location and how you can get your hands on their dangerously spicy chicken sandwich.
to provide children with images of a black santa claus has turned into a booming business one generation later. jaclyn rogers always love the christmas season and one of the family traditions involve painting and making decorations for the san unnamed clarence clause. four years ago she and her husband started bringing that tradition to the masses, creating giftwrap and holiday decorations and spreading her childhood love of clarence) >> making sure we have a santa that is brown because representation is really important for all children to see. i wanted him to look magical, i wanted him to appeal to whole children and adults. >> their online business, greentop gifts have been getting more attention every year. it even sells internationally. high school football team is in southern california preparing to go for its fourth state championship. they will play the cif division, to a championship game tomorrow against oxnard pacifica high school, the warriors won the championship last weekend with a win over manteca high, they are dedicating the game to graduate and football star raymond sanders who died last month of bone cancer. >> is not going to be worried about it. what are you nervous about? be my career, i am always
nervous. >> my client is a three point underdog in tomorrow's game. bay area high schools are well represented in the championship games, nine local schools will play tomorrow for titles, including sierra hi, cardinal newman and teams from milpitas, richmond, san francisco and clayton valley. kyle shanahan it was getting the 49ers ready to play his old team the end and a falcons. he was a coordinator for the falcons for two years, then in 2017, just monday after the team's dramatic loss to the patriots, he was hired at the head coach. 11 and two, san francisco 49ers host the falcon sunday in their first matchup, kickoff set for 125, you can watch that game, right here on ktvu. also on sunday, the raiders will play their last regular-
season game in oakland. the raiders jumped down to a six and four record earlier this season but then lost their last three games and will likely miss the playoffs. that means sunday's game against the jaguars will be the final home game before the raiders pack up and move south to las vegas. the former raiders star is running a pop-up in emeryville. he is teaming up with celebrity chef kailyn who will add a new breaker to the manual, it's called the beast mode burger inspired by the idea of eating hot wings, it's going to cost $15. it will be sold at the restaurant tomorrow and on sunday out of the coliseum before the raiders game and tailgate feline. world-famous hot boys is getting ready to serve even more chickens images at a permanent location, the chronicle reports the restaurant is setting up shop in oakland, the world famous hot boys made its pop-up debut in the city over the summer specializing in nashville style
hot chicken sandwiches and hot sauces that come with a warning. the new location on 16th will open december 30th, there pop- up will be open until the 20th. salle. we will lose 1600 men. in minutesway hear from the new war thriller, 1917. their reaction to all the award buzz the film is receiving. it is a magical place in the bay area. how the peacock christmas tree farm is giving back this holiday season. does the fog make you want to go to hawaii
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