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investigation as they search for the attacker. plus gas prices skyrocketing across the bay area will tell you what governor newsom says he's going to do to help stop further increases, plus it was horrible. the whole back of the roof came down likely take years for florida to fully recover from all the damage hurricane abroad and the death toll continues to rise this morning. president biden is now starting his tour of the storm's aftermath. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. monday morning. october 3rd good to see you happy monday to you on this brisk start to the work week. i was gonna ask you about that, steve. a lot of our areas are dealing with some cooler temperatures. that is correct. that's a forties for lows here under clear skies, there's a big fog bank. how yonder it's just not making a move like it did over the weekend inland, although at some point you know it will, but there's too much
resistance. so the coast is clear as we like to say here unless there's a patch of tourism father's not much on your monday monday forecast here coast is clear. cooler lows. lots of forties. sunny for all. it will be nice. we are running about 5 to 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. this time we'll end up with 60 seventies. and 87 01 on a monday and sell will begin this traffic hit where we started in san francisco, steve there's a brand new crash just reported northbound to 80 at mariposa, and that has an overturned vehicle. the fire department is on the way northbound to 80 here, mariposa , so most of the time people like to take the 2 80 extension down to south market. today you might want to stick with 101 and we'll see how serious that is. but any time a car flips over, it's certainly not good saw talk about the bay bridge. you can see there's a big backup here, or i would say moderate backup san mateo bridge is busy heading out to the peninsula and the south bend commuters off to good start, we'll dive a little deeper into that east big
commute. in just a few, but now it's 701. let's get right back to the headlines. all right. thank you. sal will topping our news at seven o'clock. grief counselors will be on the campus of berkeley high school comes after the violent deaths of two teenage brothers who went to that school. katie was james torrez live now with details on this deadly weekend shooting in oakland. garcia and david. those brothers were just miles away from home over the weekend. saturday evening be exactly were at a birthday party in oakland and the police report, some gunmen walked in at one point and began shooting as a result of that shooting two boys, two brothers to high school teenagers are now dead. it happened saturday night just before 10 o'clock along our street in oakland. the boys are angel and jay z. garcia 15 and 17 years old, who both attended berkeley high school. go fund me. page describes the boys as gentle souls and protectors of each other. and, according to the chronicle, a masked gunmen entered the party and fired shots. third brother within the
same family survived the shooting. who found the crime scene as they were coming very concerning knowing specifically that it wae friends. we received a statement from the superintendent ofey unl district, saying in part our hearts go out to their family and everyone impacted by this tragedy because these were two of our own. we are all feeling this pain collectively must hold each other, especially close and care for one another. police say two other people were shot at the party and are recovering in the hospital. family members say they are planning a vigil tonight. longfellow middle school that's set to start about seven o'clock tonight. both those boys attended that school. no word just yet on a suspect description or even what happened that led up to the shooting and police say in oakland, if you know anything that could help in their investigation. they want you to give them a call. we're live this morning in berkeley. i'm
james torres. ktvu fox two news , james. thank you. oakland police are asking for the public's help as they investigate another deadly weekend shooting. this would happened early yesterday morning on 85th avenue and your international boulevard in east oakland. officers arrived and found one person with a gunshot wound. the victim died at the scene. police have not yet released that victim's name and there have been no arrests time now 704 and one san francisco neighborhood people are pretty frustrated about the way the police responded over the weekend to a late night sideshow. police dependent here and they're not doing. this side show is that harrison in maine, just two blocks from the embarcadero residents say it happened just after midnight sunday morning and that while the police were right there beside show continue, they also say they have been problems with side shows at that intersection before as well that we have contacted the sfpd. we're trying to find out what happened out there if any arrests have been
made. gas prices here in the bay area continue to shoot up the average price went up over 10 cents just this past weekend. in some counties, prices have already reached $7 for premium gas across the bay area. marin county currently has the highest average price for a gallon at 6 66. that's an 11 cent increase from friday. the average price for gas is above $6.30 and all bay area counties right now. on average prices are up across the state more than 60 cents from one week ago. governor newsom calling on regulators to speed up the transition to winter blend gas in hopes of bringing down these high prices. in a letter to the air resources board, he said. high gas prices quote may cause unacceptable price impact for consumers and small businesses, significant economic disruption and serious harm to public safety and welfare. also called for a cap on oil company profits and said oil companies are in his words ripping you off time now. 705 restaurant workers at sfo just approved a new union contract
that includes a pay raise and free family health care about 1000. union members approved the deal by 99% vote. that agreement follows a three day strike last week it shut down most of the airports, restaurants, cafes and lounges. the new contract includes a $5 an hour pay raise family health insurance with no premiums and a one time $1500 bonus. six hurricane ian is now long gone from florida, but the damage from the storm will take years to clean up many years. floodwaters still dangerously high across major parts of southwest florida. at least 60 people died in the storm. that number is expected to go even higher as more surgeon. rescue missions are underway. so far, members of the national guard has helped to transport more than 1500 people out of flood zones. many people have been left homeless by the storm. there's more urban search and rescue teams in florida now that
in any one place in american history since september, 11th here at least we can be able to leave because we weren't we wouldn't have been able to leave with our cars. president biden will visit florida later this week. he'll get a firsthand look at the damage from ian first today he's going to puerto rico to see the damage from hurricane maria. there. and one of the hardest hit areas from thes. tht ground zero of devastation. the local tv station there. w i n k or wink news flooded. we talked with one of the station's reporters who said the bolted doors kept out most of the water, but water still got into the newsroom. she described the moment she and her co workers had to evacuate. but we all got out very safely. it was scary afterwards. and the moment i wasn't scared. i think we were all just like, let's do what we need to do to get out and then we'll worry about our emotions
later, and that's kind of what we're doing right now. the station was off the air for a couple of days. they were able to get back on through their transmitter site and radio. meanwhile early insurance claims from ian have already topped $474 million and that's expected to rise. some analysts estimate the total losses from the storm could reach $40 billion, the latest blow to florida's insurance market, which was already in trouble after six insurers left the state before hurricane season began. there were a couple of issues that work here. there was excessive litigation. there were fraudulent roof schemes that which will commonplace and so you came into the hurricane season. the 2022 hurricane season the state of florida had a lot of issues going on having nothing to do with the natural disaster. florida's insurance commissioner, issued an order that will prevent anyone from getting canceled in the wake of the and at least for the next couple of months, but analysts say the storm could even make it harder to get insurance and florida now at 708 disaster
response teams in south carolina still investigating the storm damages there. on friday, hurricane ian made landfall for the second time. it's a category one storm with 85 mile an hour winds. it battered many parts of south carolina. the rescue teams went door to door getting people safely out of thousands of flooded homes. so far, there's no word of any deaths in south carolina, but that powerful storm caused major damage. remnants of hurricane ian are bringing torrential rain to new jersey now this video taken yesterday shows the residential area in stone harbor inundated with floodwaters. the national weather service warned of significant coastal flooding on sunday. rain is likely to continue across the area into tomorrow. wow alright, time is 709 back to south, keeping an eye on our morning commute. you've been busy. what's happening now? well, the new crash we have on northbound to 80 at mariposa seems definitely be there, northbound to 80 at mariposa overturned car. that is
blocking a couple of lanes and you can already see a backup that is beginning to develop here as you approach cesar chavez north bouton to 80. i would say stick on 11. for now, if you can to avoid the to 80 interchange. usually i'm saying it the other way around, right? but today, one on one is the best bet. looking at the bay bridge. you can see that traffic is going to be busy at the toll plans. i want to show you the east bay because 80 westbound slows elsa bronte into richmond. there's a problem on the other side of the freeway going east. understand pablo road, and that is chloe traffic down quite a bit. how we four is also slow from pittsburgh getting over the hill into concord. and now look , the richer and bridge does have a little bit of a backup here. it went from no backup at all to all of a sudden we have kind of a delay, although it doesn't seem to be unusual as you drive into san rafael just know it's there. 7 10. let's go back to the desk. alright sal. thank you for police in the central valley investigating a possible serial killer case.
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officials on the statewide drought. it's the first updated the new water year that started saturday. the department of water resources will recap the past water year and then tell us what to expect for the coming fall in winter. writers are no longer required to wear masks on two bay area transit systems. bartender mask policy, and it's saturday, part leaders say they still strongly encouraged writers to wear a mask. but again, the mandate just expired. a c transit ended its mask requirement on sunday just yesterday, but says it will continue to supply free facemasks and hand sanitizer to writers. alright garcia. well starting in january, it will no longer be illegal to jaywalk here in california. the governor signed a bill that decriminalizes jaywalking law says you can't cross the street anywhere outside of an intersection, but only if it's safe to do that. the police will still be able to stop or give you a ticket. if crossing the street put you in danger of being hit. the author of the
bill argued that jaywalking bills are arbitrarily enforced equally affect the poor and people of color. well the san francisco 40 niners will be playing their longtime rivals, the l. a rams tonight at levi stadium in santa clara ktvu. andre senior in studio now, with a preview of tonight's rematch of this year's nfc championship game, andre night, so you know the nation is going to be watching. what happens next. all right. all eyes will be on the quarterbacks for both teams. here we're talking about matthew stratford of the rams and jimmy garoppolo of the 49ers jimmy g, coming off one of the toughest losses of his career. during last weekend's sunday night game, he stepped out of bounds in the end zone for safety in san francisco's heartbreaking 11 to 10 lost to the denver broncos . it was his first full game since coming off the bench to replace injured 49ers quarterback tray. let's admit that was a painful defeat, but the quarterback says he is now ready to leave the 49ers to victory over the reigning super
bowl champions. you know, since i've now we know them inside and out. and so at the end of the day, it's going to be man on, man. you know, you gotta win one on one battles and let the rest take care of itself. but we got, you know, coming with the right mindset and be ready to play. the niners, maybe especially happy they are playing before hometown crowd. two they won their last five games at levi stadium ahead of tonight's show that against the rams. i always send home field advantage. i think home field advantage has to do with one thing. um it has to do with the other team can't jump off the ball assessed. cadence is a big deal. when you can't hear the quarterback. it does always give the other team advantage. i think our stadium has been real loud and every time we play in our stadium, so we have an advantage. yep so we will see the 49ers six game winning streak over the rams come to an end when it counted most when they lost to the los angeles rams in the nfc championship game that was back in january. we remember that the entire nfc west division could be tied. if the niners win tonight, every team would have two wins two losses. garcia we'll see what happens tonight.
back over to you. we will. andre senior. thank you. 7 16 here the window for undergrads to apply to the university of california has been expanded now by a month, the application submission. period started on saturday, october 1st and continues through november 30th. previously students had to wait until november, 1st to apply giving them just 30 days to do so. university leaders recognizing the stress that builds up during the application period, say they hope expanding the timeline will ease that stress. garcia time 7 17. you've probably already seen it. it went viral last week, but now we know the story behind it. santa clara university men's cross country team took this photo for their team picture. they all grew facial hair or made some sort of strange face. it spread like wildfire on the internet, but it's really a tradition that goes back at least a decade. the years people took it farther like someone grew a mullet, and then people started growing their hair out. it's a really
wholesome event because we love to keep in touch with us each other over summer. we're all in different places all over the country, so this is our way of sort of bonding together and really making sure that we're staying in touch. keep the mustache is through the first race just because, like right after we posted tons of teams kind of know us as the mustache people and you don't want to disappoint him right away. what do you think? i love it. i love it team has some advice to anyone who wants to grow a statement. facial hair just commit to it. if that's not what being like in your twenties is all about there you go. yeah let's get you out the door here, 7 18 to more serious matters we go the monday morning commute myself. good morning gasia in dave. yet we do have to go to san francisco. there is an overturned vehicle northbound to 80 coming up to mariposa. so if you were coming up here to get to the south of market area northbound to 80, you will see some slow traffic beginning almost just after you get onto the extension. 101 is a little slow. i would still use one on
one instead of 2 80. what about the bay bridge? it's backed up for a typical delay. and so is that salmon tail. bridgette's moderately heavy heading across the south, big commute is getting a little bit busier now beginning to see just some signs of things that are beginning to get slower. nothing too bad. but if i put up the map here, oops. i don't want to do that. i want to go right back to the right back to 80 here the picture? why because there's a train going by. that's why and as we go to steve, you know, steve. i cannot miss the opportunity to see that train heading up north. what's that engine sal? i always asked me this and i think, you know, but you're just humoring me. mdf 40. ph to see exactly thank you. doesn't everyone know? everyone yelled it out on their right greens at home. thank you, sir. well it's a little cool out there for some now, i'm sure i'm sure we've reached our coolest lows or temps of the morning
valley forward 43 east hills berg. i saw 43 west petaluma. i saw 43 grades 40 for qatari 44 sonoma county airport, santa rosa, 46, napa and sonoma. so to 40 sims and the half moon bay airport. also has dipped to 48 degrees leighton ville, upper leg middletown, kelsey ville, there's another healdsburg, windsor, sebastopol, rohnert park, fairfax mill valley, san anselmo, all in there as well with some 40 degree temps. that's pretty cool for us. clear skies. fog is mainly off the coast of anything moves in. they won't last long, lots of sun warmer, there's no sign. have any rain for 10 days, but don't you worry, it'll get you forecast for tonight. i've been kidding. can you beat this? 76 doesn't look like much of a breeze. not too hot might be a little cool. but in the second half, but overall 76 at kickoff . now we still have a couple of days to iron out the details, and if there's any fog or not, but it looks nice, too mild to warm as we head towards
thursday, the start of fleet week friday. also warm saturday and sunday. we might have to deal with a little bit of fog, but right now it looks pretty good going forward here. the fog's out there. it's just not. it's running into too much resistance, so it's the coast is clear as we like to say more sun today, not much fog cooler loads. by far it'll be sunny, nice and a little warmer. santa rosa sonoma county airport going to 80 that's if they get a north wind if they don't will be about 77, but plazas in the eighties and menlo park in santa clara from 76 yesterday to 78 today, now 45 sonoma county airport. i have to update that petaluma in town, 48 but west of town i've seen 43 44, the highest going to build in. that's going to give us some warmer temps now again without a roaring north northeast. we don't get that crazy heart, but it will be warmer, especially inland and most inland locations. can flirt a little bit with some low nineties sixties seventies eighties on attempts today, each day it looks like they'll bump up a little bit peeking out of it isn't thursday friday than it does look a little cool. you guys going into the weekend? steve? thank you. 7 21, a major development to bring you in the case of missing woman, alexis
gabe, still ahead here with her family says about a grim discovery made over the weekend . plus they just announced the winner of this year's nobel prize for medicine. after the break the award winning discovery made by a scientist from sweden we'll be right back. ♪ oh my gosh. oh my gosh, oh all right, this is such a wonderful moment. i don't mean to get in the middle of it. oh but you are in the middle of it. i am in the middle of it because i want you to see where you are. you're in illinois, look around you're in the middle of everything. and you're getting married. ohhh!
ukrainian forces regained the city of lemon, which had been part of a critical supply route for russia. everything. we've used those routes to, uh to push men and material down to the south and to the west. and without those routes, it'll be more difficult, so it's presents sort of a dilemma for the russians going forward. over the weekend, another humanitarian convoy was hit by russian fire, killing at least 24 people, including 13 children. time now, 7 25 more than 100 people in indonesia were killed in a stampede at a soccer game. now the police are investigating the officers who fired tear gas into a crowd during that soccer match that caused the stampede. riot police reacted after fans became out of control. the crowd tried to run away from the tear gas had led to a crush of people trying to get to the exits. 125 people died in the stampede, including 17 children, becoming
one of the deadliest crowd disasters connected to a sports event in history. new this morning. a top scientist from sweden has won this year's nobel prize in medicine. the award was announced during an early morning ceremony in stockholm. just a few hours ago. the head of the nobel committee says the researcher is being honored for his groundbreaking work in human evolution and its impact on modern day medicine. nobel assembly at karolinska institute has today decided to award the 2022 nobel prize in physiology or medicine to sponsor the parable for his discoveries concerning the genomes of extinct hominids and human evolution. this morning ceremony kicks off a week of announcements in stockholm ends with the announcement of the winner of this year's nobel peace prize. that will come on friday. alright. our time is 7 26, president biden and the first lady or about to get on air force one there on marine
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hunt now since the search began for a missing woman from oakley , alexis gay, we'll tell you about the gruesome discovery made over the weekend that's giving new hope to her family. plus the police in the central valley investigating a possible serial killer case. what led police to believe that and who they think the killer is targeted? from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. well, good morning to you. we're looking live. we are at joint base andrews in maryland right now. president biden and first lady jill biden are getting on air force one. there'll be. they just got on just moments ago. we're seeing members of the white house staff, joining them aboard air force one. the plane will be flying to ponce, puerto rico to see firsthand the damage
caused by hurricane fiona. then the president will be going to florida to see even more hurricane damage. but we just want to take you live to see them getting on their planes and good morning welcome the mornings onto i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian it's monday, october 3rd as we start off a brand new work week, let's see what the weather has in store a pretty decent change. by the time we get to friday, steve little warm for some, although without a strong northeast. breeze. i don't think we'll be too bad, but yes. we will warm up here each day. this will probably be the coolest day of the week. if you will. the lows are certainly cool because the coast is clear lot of fog out there, but it's putting on the air brakes pun intended monday monday forecast here the coast is clear, and a lot of forties for lows here will end up a nice weather, though 60 seventies and near 80 for a few. alright sounds here. 7 31, where we heading this time? let's go to the bay bridge. steve i want to show everyone what we have in store for the commute here if
you are driving into san francisco right now, it does look like it is backed up all the way out to the mcarthur maze and those metering lights are on with no major issues if you are driving on the same mateo bridge that looks okay. a as you drive across the bay and a quick look at the south he finds to 80 and 85. 101 r begin. to slow down on that trip to the west valley when we come back in just a few dive into that east big commute, which has a couple of issues and check with san francisco once again, it's 7 32. let's get back to the desk. thank you. for nearly a year. now hundreds of volunteers have been searching for the body of missing oakley woman, alexis gabe. now our family says they may have finally found her remains ktvu exiles in studio as you've been following developments in this case this morning, gasia. it could be months before we know for sure that those remains are definitively alexis games. but here's why the family says they're confident that they are the family sharing this video from the location where those remains were found on the sierra
foothills. it's an area that has been on the family's radar for a long time because of clues left by alexis ex boyfriend police believe murdered her for being shot and killed during a confrontation with police or ex boyfriend left handwritten directions to pioneer that's about 60 miles southeast of sacramento. it's where investigators say they believe he disposed of her body games father visited the site this weekend. it was an emotional moment to for my wife. it was very heavy, you know? because um , we were having mixed emotions at the same time. you're we're hopeful that if they really are our daughter's remains then this gives us hope that we can finally bring her home. the sheriff's department has collected those remains and is now working to identify them. but again, it could be quite a while before those dna results are back. in the meantime, father says, they are also
planning a celebration of life on the anniversary of her disappearance. okay positive. thank you now, 7 33 police in stockton. think of serial killer , maybe on the loose and now in $85,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest of the person who police think get shot and killed at least five men since july. the latest killing happened tuesday morning just before two a.m. 54 year old man was shot and killed in the neighborhood just north of downtown stockton. another killing linked to this suspected serial killer occurred in the parking lot outside of a popeye's restaurant in west lane in stockton's two months ago, the victim's widow didn't want to show her face. be honest with you. a part of me up. part of me died. with him that day. it's been hard. it's been really, really hard. police in stockton
say all five of the killings appear to be linked and connected. in each case. the victim was a man who were shot to death while walking alone in a very dark area. 7 35 here. president by president biden. first lady jill biden just boarded air force one, and they're about to depart. joint base. andrews now we can see in this live picture. they're about to head to ponce, puerto rico, where they'll assess the damage done by hurricane fiona. president and first lady will then head to florida on wednesday where you'll see the devastation from hurricane ian in person. you know, puerto rico a #### of a lot more than they've already gotten. hurricane fiona wiped out much of puerto rico's power grid this morning. the white house's announcing $60 million to help the island withstand future storms. money is part of the bipartisan infrastructure bill already passed by congress. and we're gonna work together on what those unmet needs are what their long term needs are and make sure we're providing the
resources and the support to those communities temporary and then long term to get these communities back on their feet. while they're rebuilding. it's likely congress will need to approve more cash for both puerto rico and florida once the damage assessments are complete . this morning rescue teams in florida still searching for survivors of hurricane in at least 60 people have now died in florida. alone. five days after that powerful storm slammed into the state utility crews all over the county from are still working around the clock to restore electricity to the 700,000 people around the state who have no power. it's pretty tough for them and for us, you know, because. the type of work we do is dangerous, and then just the people that have respirators and stuff, so we were pretty much helping people out out here. the latest damage . estimates indicate hurricane ian may become the most
expensive storm in florida history. time is 7 36 happening today, the u. s supreme court begins a new term with a new member on the supreme court bench. justice catan g. brown jackson is the first black female justice on the supreme court after being confirmed by the senate back in april. she succeeds the now retired justice stephen breyer. now the supreme court has a lot of high profile cases on their docket, including one dealing with affirmative action. the first case they'll here is an environmental lawsuit about the power of the epi. a over wetlands. francisco's fleet week officially gets underway this week. the navy's blue angels are in town all week long. you will likely see and hear them flying about parts of the bay area starting thursday. that's when they practice their aerial maneuvers. the actual air show friday through sunday. the u. s coast guard and navy ships will arrive this week as well. ship tours start wednesday. we're excited this morning on the night we're talking live with the fleet week representative about all the
amazing things you do. it's more than the blue angels. yeah, that's today. on the night sounds good. okay? alright time is 7 37. let's see if i'm morning commute sounds good or even better south. yeah it does sound. i don't know. i would say it's a kind of middle ground. uh you know, so right now i will start with the commute in the east bay because i promised we'd dive into that and you can see slow traffic on 80 westbound coming in through elsa bronte and into richmond. we've had a series of issues. just to let you know if you drive. let's say from hercules and you want to make it down to berkeley. get on the road early. if you can. there's also a slow traffic on the richmond bridge heading out towards the marine county area, which is typical and 6 80 is now filled in between concord walnut creek highway four slows from pittsburgh debate point. let's talk about the bay bridge because it is backed up. you're not going to get an easy ride across the bay into san francisco today. if you are driving across any of the bay area bridges, there are pretty much seeing a lot of action at
this point when we come back. next time we'll dive into that south pick commute. it is 7 38. let's bring steve in with today's weather. ah you're too kind. thank you, sir. yes sir. we'll get to it. a chilly, clear morning. fog is not a factor. it was on the weekend, but it is offshore. so we have some very cool lows here. valley ford 43. i also saw east of healdsburg 43 west petaluma. 43 44 qatari 44 pen grove was down to 44 as well. santa rosa 46 napa and sonoma both 47, a half moon bay airport. 48 degrees t. jacobs says fall is here. i would agree. i believe that is also in plaster county around 3700 ft. off of 80, not far from baxter. i hope that's right, but no doubt a little hint to fall in the air and a nice forecast for the rams and 49ers. you know, usually i'm sorry it's going to be 95 degrees northeast wind. no 76 kickoff looks very nice little cool in the second half, but i don't think it's an issue here now. once we get to thursday, it does look warm
here. i might include some fog here a couple of days out, but i think it's more likely on the weekend thursday and friday appear to be the warmest day so it looks like fleet week will get off to a good start here. it's really quiet this week and gradually warmer tons of fog out there. just not. it's not making any move except going down the coast. more sun today cooler lows, but sunny, nice and a little bit warmer here today. santa rosa sonoma county airport. pleasant in menlo park, santa clara. up we go 80 80 78 70 just a little bit warmer. compared to yesterday. we had a cool weekend as you know. 45 sonoma county airport, petaluma officially in town, 48 50 napa airport 50 to san carlos now, so there's some cool readings all over the place even into the santa cruz mountains, the high builds in temperatures will bump up now again without that roaring north northeast breeze in the day nights are getting longer days are getting shorter. so i think we'll get some low nineties well inland, but most locations will be around the eighties upper eighties to very low nineties sixties seventies eighties on the temps. here we are looking for warmer weather the rest of the week. probably a little cooler, though. by the
time we get to the weekend, you guys alright, see? thank you time 7 40 during the pandemic retailers dealt with low inventory, but now they're dealing with too much inventory. coming up. we'll tell you the major clothing and shoe brand that's about to offer big discounts to clear out the inventory. garcia just in time for the holidays. alright let's run out to our newsroom. say good morning again to our andre senior is you're looking ahead to the next couple of hours of mornings on to garcia. dave good morning to you. kim kardashian is facing a $1.26 million lawsuit over a specific social media post coming up at eight what she's accused of promoting without proper disclosure. the controversial proposal to change the rules on rooftop solar in california could happen soon. when you join us on the nine we dive into the policy is up for debate, as he proposed rules would lower the rate that solar customers accredited when they send power back to the id
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44 walnut creek and investigation continues into a deadly hit and run crash, where a woman was killed over the weekend. it happened saturday just before sundown had north california boulevard and civic drive. several people called 911 after the car hit the woman she was trying to cross north california boulevard. she
suffered major injuries, was rushed to the hospital, but later died. the car that hit her described as a gold or tan four door sedan. fled that scene and in oakland police officers in stable condition after being hit by a car in a hidden run crash. that happened yesterday morning on wentworth avenue. shortly after 10 a.m. police went to question a driver whose car was stopped right in the middle of the road. suddenly the driver sped away. and hit the police officer. the last time we checked, the police was still out there searching for that driver around the world and here in the bay area, protests continue over the death of masa amini. she's the 22 year old iranian woman. it was arrested by iran's so called morality police for wearing a head covering incorrectly. he died in police custody. large protest happened over the weekend in san francisco. members say they're worried about the people they know in iran, who are also protesting. we have family that
are still miran. we cannot hear from them. we cannot see them. i don't know if they're alive. i don't know if they're dead. we need our rights. we need to be acknowledged. and we need to we need them to stop negotiating islamic regime. our families are our health hostage in iran today. protesters we talked with said there well, while there have been protests against the iranian government for nearly 50 years, this time, they feel like things are changing at least a little. they expect the protests will put more pressure on the u. s government to step up against human rights violations in iran . your time now 7 46 growing anger and condemnation of the federal government about a pipeline repair in southern california. the government approved the final repair permit to allow the 42 year old pipeline to restart the last year's oil spill off orange county was one of the biggest in california history. it covered more than 8000 acres it killed and injured thousands of birds
and other marine wildlife medal is worried. we're at risk of more spills because of the aging offshore drilling machinery, and we did try to contact officials at the army corps of engineers to get a comment. so far, there's no response time is 7 47 just for gasia. if you're looking for deals, you may want to look for nike. tj maxx store for just about everything else. i know last some good news for customers. disappointing news for investors. pam cook is back in studio to explore this all in dollars and cents. yes very interesting. tesla was announcing what it thought was pretty good news broke a record for vehicle deliveries in the third quarter, built 365,000 tesla and deliver 343,000 of them. however that was not as many as analysts expected. on that news. tesla stock dropped about 7% when that opening bell rang this morning, by the way, ringing the bell today, a san jose company expiry celebrating its listing on the new york
stock exchange. expiry makes a lot of the technology involved in our entertainment, including hd radio and immersive audio technology that's used in smart devices and connected cars as we take a live look at the markets huge rally following some huge losses we've seen so far this year, but the dow jones up two and a quarter percent today, 643 points, trying to gain back some of the losses we've seen recently, the s and p 500 also up 2% to 36 61, the nasdaq gaining one and three quarters of percent. 7 10,060 for the nasdaq. it will cost more to mail letters and packages this holiday season. starting this week, the u. s postal service is charging a new fee during its busiest time of the year. the holiday price increase will depend on how much package or letter ways and the distance it's being shipped. as usual. this temporary increase will continue through the holidays at least until january. 22nd nike is getting ready to offer deep discounts to get rid of its
excess inventory, as i reported on friday, nike blame supply chain issues. and covid lockdowns for three seasons worth of late shipments, and now that excess inventory company says overall it has a 65% increase of inventory here in north america and now plans to aggressively liquidate its apparel and shoes and a lot of that excess inventory is making its way to discount stores such as t. j. maxx. tomorrow build a bear will auction off several n f. t s or non fungible tokens. it is the first phase of a collection of build a bear and fts and it's part of their 25th anniversary celebration and the auction winner will get a real build a bear like that, with swarovski crystals and a little red heart. i'm pam cook. that's look at your dollars and cents, pam thanking 7 49 with peek in on this monday could be we got a couple issues early on. where do we stand now? south? well we are getting a little better on some of these issues, but some of them persist like the traffic on 80 westbound as you drive
through the hercules area and head down to richmond. we had an overturned truck in the eastbound direction, but westbound traffic is also affected by this. it's been very slow all morning long, really from the piano valley road area. all the way down into richmond. and then after that, there's some moderate slowing on 80 in berkeley, and that that eventually you'll get to the bay bridge toll plaza where there is slow traffic as well. san francisco had an earlier crash dortmund 2 88 mariposa, and that really has slowed everything down on 2 80 coming up from near alameda boulevard. in fact, it's backed up from near san jose avenue north dont wanna one is just moderately heavy. i want to talk about oakland commute because 80 north south and south in front of the colosseum looks okay, but we have some slowing on 8 80 south between hayward and fremont. at 7 50. let's bring steve back in with today's weather south. thank you, sir. clear skies out there. no fog. it's been pushed out. so even the coast is clear. so a lot of
forties for lows this morning, so it's quite cool here. we'll head up the lake county, though, and clear lake here, sweet pea wee 63. happy monday sp. well thank you, sweet pea. we'd 53 cool and clear lake and the deer came over for breakfast eyes. see it. it's right there. see the deer has the dear little dough two bucks, so there you go . alright, but i've been 46 healdsburg 46. when windsor. thank you pee wee sweet people. i appreciate that forties for many, including middletown, 44. lots of 40 cent in selma fairfax mill valley even point raised about that dropping to 49 8 nice. 49 or forecast not hot, not 95 of an offshore breeze. no looks like not much of a breeze and 76 beautiful degrees at kickoff. their fog continues to be off the coast. you can see where it is. there's a lot out there, but you're not moving inland. so we have more sun today and warmer temperatures in fact, very, very little fog of
any at all cooler laws. 43 for a couple of occasions this morning . i know east, healdsburg and valley forward dropped to 43 45 selma county airport, petaluma in town, 48 a lot of fifties. i think we bought him down on the temp, so we'll start to warm up now. not a huge warm up just gradually warmer. we are running about 2 to 10 degrees cooler than yesterday. this time. because we've lost the fog and have clear skies. now there'll be some upper eighties to very low nineties we head towards the end of the week, but again it doesn't look like that strong high pressure today. those sixties seventies and eighties. sunnyside up wall the wall all the way until the end of the week when it looks like some of that fog and little cooler temps returns, dave thank you times, 7 52. wow a dramatic rescue caught on camera off the coast of north carolina coming up in the next hour. we'll show you when the coast guard saved four people as hurricane ian approached the carolina and baskin robbins is now selling this. a new ice cream flavor made with one of
near webster street. now police have not identified the suspect , but say he is a man who lives in alameda. er well family in southern california was recently surprised to see a brand new tesla. parked in their driveway , but they quickly found out the car was not a prize won in a raffle or some other contests. the family's home to balinese camera helped them determine is tesla was delivered to the wrong house. and even worse, the car was blocking their driveway. my wife had to go pick up my kids from school, our kids from school, so she calls me in a panic and she's just like i can't go pick up the girls. i'm like what's going on to the car parked in our driveway and it's blocking the driveway. i can't go pick him up from school. what do i do? and i'm like, okay, first of all, calm down, called the school time you're going to be late and call the police. but the police told the woman they couldn't tow away the car. it was parked on private property, and the family says it took tesla more than three hours to realize the mistake that was
made and moved the car to the right driveway about a block away from their home. time is 7 57 nfl on fox host terry bradshaw revealed on tv. this weekend. he's getting over and recovering from cancer, bradshaw told his viewers. he brought two different cancer battles in the past year. but now he's cancer free. he's 74 years old. he says he was diagnosed with bladder cancer last november, hesurgeryf skin cancer. bradshaw says he made the announcement after some fans were really concerned after last week's pregame show. well the nation's oldest living former president of the united states celebrated a birthday over the weekend, former president jimmy carter turned 98 years young on saturday celebrated with a parade in his hometown of plains, georgia.
jimmy carter has lived longer than any other u. s president he was president for one term from 1977 to 1981. well here at home . it was a very busy weekend in san francisco's castro district for the 48th annual castro street fair. thousands of people showed up and then involved vendors, music, food and live entertainment. that's fair has been celebrating the castro district and all of san francisco since it was founded by the late harvey milk in 1974 . through the years, the castro street fair has been able to give back more than $1.5 million. two beneficiary. greece and the elk grove giant pumpkin festival had a big crowd over the weekend to the 28th annual pumpkin festival a pumpkin that weighs almost a ton to thousands of pumpkin lovers head to el grove park over the first weekend in october to
launch the fall season this year account grower from napa county one the $7000 grand prize. grew a pumpkin that weighs almost £1900 and just in time for halloween. baskin robbins, one of my favorite companies, rolled out some new, spicy and spooky ice cream. the new ice cream flavor features a combination of spicy blood orange flakes, dark chocolate and ghost pepper. it's called one of the hottest peppers in the world. but if that's too spicy basket, robbins is rolling out a spooky treat as well. the trixie ghost cake made to look like a smiling goes. the best part is you can choose the filling for the flavor. once you go to a party where they're going to have fun, and then something like this happens. to thine brothers killed at a house party. the search for the shooter in the latest act of deadly gun violence in oakland.
painted the pump gas prices in overdrive what governor gavin newsom says he's going to do to slow the spike in gas prices. then it was horrible. the whole back of the roof came down. death and devastation in florida long road to recovery from hurricane in details what president biden's plan tour of the storm ravaged state. welcome in the mornings onto it is eight o'clock. i'm andre senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian it's monday, october 3rd. you can see some sun behind the behind us along the oakland estuary or steve paulson is detailing what's coming our way today and also looking ahead. just a bit. steve son you too little bit warmer today not allowed, but more so towards the end of the week. coastal fog is gone, at least in my forecast zone. there's a little bit of tooley fog wilder, the north club in mendocino county. but for our practical purposes, the coast is clear that allowed for much cooler lows here a lot of forties load of mid forties for some, whereas beginning to
rebound off those forties over temperatures and we'll have sunshine for all that will be nice today, a little bit warmer seventies eighties on the test pretty close to seasonal averages. alright, sal's here last time we went to the bay bridge toll plaza back again or somewhere else we can start there, steve just to show everyone we're talking about the bay bridge toll plaza is backed up as it normal. really is at this time of the morning backed up all the way out to the maze. although it seems to be improving a little bit. we can also see that 88 80 in oakland. driving toward downtown is going to be slow and 2 80 is improving their if you're heading south along the east bay, we do have slowing between hayward and fremont. there was a crash at stevenson. if you're getting on after stevenson, it's a clear shot to the south bay to one. let's get back to the headlines. thank you today, grief counselors will be on the campus of berkeley high school teenage brothers who attended that school were killed at a house party in oakland. ktvu dreams. torres has details on that
deadly weekend shooting james andre garcia classes here at berkeley high school or sets begin a little later this morning. those brothers were just a few miles from home when they attended a house birthday party in oakland. and they we are now told from police that someone with a gun walked up into the party and began firing that that was gunshots and that resulted in those two boys dying. it happened saturday night before 10 o'clock along at bar street in oakland. those boys angel and jay z, seletto, garcia, 15 and 17 years old brothers, who each attended berkeley high school funding page describes the boys as gentle sores and protectors of each other. according to the chronicle, a masked gunman entered the party and fired shots. third brother of the family survived that shooting. we spoke to neighbors who found the crime scene as they were coming home saturday night. it's very concerning knowing specifically that it was miners. that's horrible. i feel for the families and the friends. we
received a statement from the superintendent of berkeley unified school district, saying , in part our hearts go out to their family and everyone impacted by this tragedy because these were two of our own. we're all feeling this pain collectively and must hold each other, especially close and care for one another. we also have a tweet from a city council member from the city of berkley. sophie han, who says in part we can't go on like this. my heart is broken for the family. please send support. police say two other people were shot at the party as well. they are now recovering in the hospital. family members are planning a vigil tonight at longfellow middle school that's set to start at seven p.m. tonight. they say the two boys attended that school. police have not released very many details about a suspect or a motive, or even how the shooting came to be. i just reached out to police asking for additional details. they say they don't have any updates just yet this morning. but they are asking anyone who might have any information that might help with their investigation to give them a call. for an hour live this morning in berkeley. i'm james torres, ktvu fox two news, james
. thank you. oakland police are asking for the public's help as they investigate another deadly weekend shooting. this would happen early yesterday morning on 85th avenue near international and east oakland. when officers arrived, they found one person with a gunshot wound. the victim died at the scene. police have not yet released the victim's name, and there are no arrests in this case for some time in one san francisco neighborhood, people are frustrated by the way, police responded over the weekend. to a late night sideshow, the entire police department here and they're not doing this is it. harrison and main two blocks from the embarcadero residents say the sideshow happened just after midnight yesterday morning and say that while police were on the scene, there were plenty of people still doing donuts in the street. they say there's been problems with side shows at this intersection before as well. we've contacted sfpd to find out what happened and whether any arrests were made. gas prices in the bay area continued to shoot up the average price went up over 10 cents just this past weekend in some counties. prices have already reached $7 for
premium gas across our region. marin county currently has the highest average price for a gallon of regular 6, 66 and 11% and 11 cent jump from friday. the average price for gas is above $6.30 in all very counties right now, on average prices across our state are up 60 cents from one week ago. governor newsom is calling on regulators to speed up the transition to winter blend gas to try to bring gas prices down. in a letter to the air resources board, he said, high gas prices quote make us an acceptable price impact for consumers and small businesses, significant economic disruption and serious harm to public safety and welfare also blasted oil companies saying they were ripping you off and called for a cap on oil company profits. restaurant workers at sfo have approved the new union contract that includes a raise and free family health care about 1000. union members approved the deal over the weekend by a 99% vote. the agreement follows a three day strike last week that shut down most of the airports, restaurants, cafes and lounges.
the contract includes a $5 per hour raise family health insurance with no premiums and one time $1500 bonus. e n is now long gone from florida, but the damage from the storm will take years to clean up. floodwaters are still dangerously high across major pockets of southwest florida. at least 60 people died in the storm. that number is expected to rise as more search and rescue missions are still underway. so far, members of the national guard have helped transport more than 1500 people out of flood zones. many people have been left homeless by the storm, more urban search and rescue teams in florida now than in any one place in american history since september, 11th here at least we can be able to leave because we weren't we wouldn't have been able to leave with our cars. president biden is visiting florida later this week to get a firsthand look at the damage for me, and he is right now heading to puerto rico, where he will inspect the damage left by hurricane maria and one of the
hardest hit areas is fort myers. officials there are calling the city ground zero of devastation , a local tv station there on k north is wink news flooded. we spoke to one of the station's reporters who says the bolted doors kept most of the water out, but it's still got into their newsroom. she describes the moment she and her co workers had to evacuate. but we all got out very safely. it was scary afterwards. and the moment i wasn't scared. i think we were all just like, let's do what we need to do to get out and then we'll worry about our emotions later, and that's kind of what we're doing right now. well they're station was off the air for a couple of days, but we're able to get back on their through their transmitter site and radio as well. meanwhile early insurance claims for me and have already topped $474 million in damage, and that number is expected to rise. some analysts estimate the total losses from the storm could reach $40 billion. it's the latest blow to florida's insurance market, which was already in trouble after six insurers left the state before hurricane season began. there
were a couple of issues that work here. there was excessive litigation. there were fraudulent roof schemes that which will commonplace and so you came into the hurricane season. the 2022 hurricane season the state of florida had a lot of issues going on having nothing to do with the natural disaster. florida's insurance commissioner, issued an order that will prevent anyone from getting canceled in the wake of ian, at least for the next two months. the analysts say the likely be harder to get insurance in florida after this storm and the u. s. coast guard has released dramatic video of the rescue operations now underway and florida sanibel island search and rescue teams and helicopters have been working night and day to pull people to safety. after raging floodwaters from hurricane ian ravaged their homes, but there have been at least two confirmed deaths on the island that is popular among tourists and retired workers. the coast guard rescued four people from a boat that got caught in heavy seas off the coast of north carolina. cruz say the four people were
forced to abandon their boat as hurricane even approached the carolinas. video of the rescue shows the coast guard pulling the people from the rough seas. remnants of ian are bringing torrential rain to new jersey. now this video taken just yesterday shows the residential area in stone harbor inundated by floodwaters. the national weather service warned of significant coastal flooding yesterday. rain is likely to continue across the area into tomorrow. time now is 809. we do see traffic that is going to be busy all over the east bay if you are driving on 80 westbound , especially that's been a mess between hercules and let's say, richmond. we've had a series of crashes one on the other side of the freeway, one on the commute direction and take away here is you need to give yourself plenty of time you'll get through, but it's going to be a lot slower. how we four is also slow this morning in pittsburgh, getting out the concord in concord, walnut creek. slow traffic there and the east bay communities beginning to fill in the bay bridge toll plaza. a little improvement. how much? it's a
moderate delay. if you're driving into san francisco, it's going to be a kind of a typical monday. if you do it all the time. say mateo bridge is getting better when you get to the peninsula 11 is a little bit slow, would have mentioned the south big communities getting a little better to 80 is just a little better, but 85 1 oh, one are still slow getting into that west valley. we've had some delays on some of the transit systems in the south bay has reported that they have an operator shortage, and that means that some of those lines may be delayed a little bit. it's 8 10. let's go back to the desk. so thank you. police in central valley looking for a possible serial killer. what leads police to believe that and who they think the killer is targeting the 49ers are getting ready to face the rams tonight. when we come back, we'll walk you through what's expected from both starting quarterbacks.
date from california officials on the statewide drought. it's the first update of the new water year that started saturday . the department of water resources will recap the past water year and then tell us what to expect for the coming fall and winter riders are no longer required to wear masks on two major bay area transit systems.
bartender mask policy and it's saturday, bart leaders say they still strongly encouraged writers to wear a mask. the mandate has expired. transit ended its master requirement yesterday, but says it will still supply free facemasks and hand sanitizer to writers. starting in january, a little longer be illegal to jaywalk in our state. the governor signed a bill that decriminalizes jaywalking. the new law says you can cross the street anywhere outside of an intersection, but only if it's safe to do so. police will still be able to stop our ticket people crossing streets if they're being put in danger of being hit. the author of the bill, argued that jaywalking bills are arbitrarily enforced and a new week and highlighted the unequal impact on those who are low income or people of color. 14 your time right now, the san francisco 49ers will face their longtime rivals, the los angeles rams tonight. at levi stadium in santa clara quarterback jimmy garoppolo is coming off one of the toughest losses of his career during last weekend sunday night game, he said that abounds in the end zone for safety in san francisco's
heartbreaking 11 to 10 lost to the denver broncos. it was his first full game since coming off the bench to replace injured 49ers quarterback trade lands admits that was a painful defeat. quarterback says he's not ready to leave the 49ers to victory over the reigning super bowl champs. you know, since i've now we know them inside and out. and so at the end of the day, it's going to be man on, man. you know, you gotta win one on one battles and let the rest take care of itself. but we got, you know, coming with the right mindset and be ready to play the niners. maybe especially happy. they're playing before a hometown crowd to they have won their last five games at levi's stadium ahead of tonight's showdown against the ramps. i always send home field advantage. i think home field advantage has to do with one thing. um it has to do with the other team can't jump off the ball assessed. cadence is a big deal. when you can't hear the quarterback. it does always give the other team advantage. i think our stadium has been real loud, and every time we play in our stadium, we feel we have an advantage. 49ers six game winning streak over the rams came to an end when it counted
most when it lost to the los angeles in the nfc championship game, and that was back in january, the window for undergraduates to apply to the university of california has been expanded by a month. the application submission period started saturday, october 1st and continues through november. 30th. previously students had to wait until november, 1st to apply giving them just 30 days, university officials recognized the stress that builds up during the application period, said they hope expanding the timeline will ease that stress. we now know the story behind santa clara university's men's cross country team photos every member of the team grew facial hair and started their hair and let's just call them interesting ways . this is actually a team tradition goes back for at least the past decade. but this year, these photos went viral. throughout the years, people took it farther like someone grew a mullet, and then people started growing their hair out. it's a really wholesome event because we love to keep in touch with us each other over summer. we're all in different places all over the country, so this is our way of sort of bonding together and really making sure
that we're staying in touch. keep the mustache is through the first race just because, like right after we posted a tons of teams kind of know us as the mustache people and you don't want to disappoint him right away. a team's advice to anyone hoping to grow out there. stephen facial hair just commit clean shaven south castaneda. how you don't sell, you know the just committing just because when you start growing something, it looks a little bit rough, right? andre yes. remember, make that transition. yeah. you make that transition. and then for a few days, you're like, i don't know if i want to do this, so that's why you have to commit, not committing. keep it this way. all right, let's go to the east bay. if you have to leave, you are going to see some slow traffic all over the place. although it is improving a little bit. 80 has been kind of a thorn in the side of commuters from hercules all the way to richmond because of a series of crashes. if that's your community, you need to get on the road. a little earlier this morning. when you get to the bay bridge, things are improving a
little bit. you can see it for yourself. so you might want to do that. and the south bay commuters also beginning to improve a little 8 17. let's talk about today's weather. steve thank you under clear skies here, at least the coast is clear. a little bit of truly fog up in mendocino county. but for most, it was clear and only if you had the clear skies and temperatures really drop this morning, some of the lows i saw valley ford 43 east hills, berg was 43 west petaluma is dipped to 43. great and 40 for qatari 44 open. grover's in their santa rosa actually made it to 45. i need to update napa sonoma 47 even the half moon bay airport in 48. there were many woodside 48, boulder creek, felton and santa cruz mountains. also upper forties. clear skies sunny. nice lots of sun little warmer this week. nothing too too crazy, but there's no signs of any rain for at least 7 to 10 days. forecast models are very quiet here. speaking of quiet, usually, you know, early october i'm talking about hot temperatures offshore
wind. that's not the case for the grams and 49ers tonight looks just absolutely perfect. not much of a reason. 76 degrees c. the fog gets out there. watch out. just forms here right there. but so i mean, unless you're up in parts of mendocino county, where you get some tooley fog, fog is not a factor here. there's plenty out there. it's just running into resistance, not making a move inland. going down the coast so we get clear skies. what about those water temp's still pretty warm here. bodega bay 59 san francisco boys, 60 outer boys of monterey. that's the warmest i've seen all year long. 64 65 so you know, we need a northwest wind to get cooler water. i don't see that happening here so more sun today very little fog unless you're well to the north. forties fifties on the temps couple of sixties popping up yes , there's a couple of those here one to the intermountain region, one to the west. but this high says you know what? i'm going to build northward and protect you and block everything. so that's why we're looking for warmer temps. clear skies, maybe some fog coming back. that will be a day to day forecast, but we'll get some operators very low nineties without a strong
offshore wind. we're not looking for that any critical high temperatures or anything. 60 seventies eighties on your temps , a little bit warmer each day, topping out thursday and friday that looks like we ease up and bring some cooler temps and some fog back for the weekend. you guys thank you major development in the case of a missing woman, alexis, gabe still ahead here what our family says about a grim discovery made over the weekend, plus the just announced the winner of this year's nobel prize for medicine. after the break the award winning discovery made by scientists from sweden
russian troops in the eastern part of the country. russian forces reportedly retreating from cities and towns they'd occupied for months. in recent days, ukrainian forces regained control of the city of lamont, which had been part of a critical supply route for russia. they've used those routes to, uh to push men and material down to the south and to the west, and without those routes, it will be more difficult, so it's presents sort of a dilemma for the russians going forward. over the weekend, another humanitariany was hit by russian fire 8 23 is youe right now more than 100 people in indonesia were killed in a stampede at a soccer game and now police are investigating. the officers who fired tear gas
into a crowd during the match that caused the stampede right. police reacted after fans of raged out of control. the crowd tried to run away from that tear gas, which led to a crush of people trying to get to the exit. 125 people died in the stampede, including 17 children. it's become one of the deadliest crowd disasters connected to a sporting event in history have released stolen data from the los angeles unified school district after the district superintendent said he would not pay a ransom. the data were released on saturday, two days earlier than the original deadline set by the hackers, which was today. the school district says it's experts in partnership with law enforcement , analyzing the full extent of the data released now. angeles times says it reviewed some screenshots and they do appear to show some social security numbers this morning. one of sweden's top scientist has won this year's nobel prize in medicine. the award was announced early during the early morning ceremony in stockholm just a few hours ago, the head of the nobel committee says the researcher is being honored for his groundbreaking work in human evolution and its impact on
modern day medicine. the nobel assembly at karolinska institute has today decided to award the r concerningution this morning cef the winner of this year's nobel peace prize onriday. october is breast cancer awareness month and in san francisco. thousands took part in the susan g. komen more than pink walk this year before the first time the walk was held at the san francisco zoo. more than 2000 people walked 6000 steps and supported the susan g. komen foundation for best cancer research and patient care foundation provides patient support, including childcare and transportation services while the patient is undergoing treatment. and will help someone. to give to her doctor's appointment and childcare, sometimes even chest
learning how to put on makeup. you know when you feeling kind of down because you have lost on your hair due to chemotherapy, so it is very supportive. organizers had the goal of raising $300,000 through this year's walk. president biden and the first lady heading to puerto rico to assess the damage left by hurricane fiona. and a beloved childhood tradition, taking a very modern turn. what build a bear is auctioning off tomorrow that isn't filled with stuffing or dressed in tiny clothes. as a pro, floor and decor is my go-to to get it all.
search began for a missing woman from oakley named alexis gabe. how a gruesome discovery made over the weekend is now taking her family into a new chapter of grief. plus police in the central valley are investigating a possible serial killer. investigators linked a number of killings to one person and who they say is being targeted from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on to welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian andre cedar that's coming up on 8 30. today is monday, october 3rd and steve paulson is here with look at your monday. workweek forecast. steve i am indeed out here, you'll just have to listen to my voice and trust me. yes yes, we'll take a look at these satellite visible satellite. except if you're having mendocino county where there's a little bit of fogs or some up on the north coast. we are fog free here locally, so yeah, the coast
is clear. temperatures dropped into the forties. so your monday forecast does have clear skies and we'll have some for all today it will be nice. we did run a lot cooler compared to 24 hours ago. but we'll end up with seventies and low eighties alright over to sal. now who's been kind of busy where you want to start this time? let's go to the east bay right now, steve, i want to show you that 8 80 north and south is getting a little slower, especially north down here in oakland and southbound and hayward also checking that some big commute things are getting a little better from where they were in the south bay and there you see 2 80 north beyond that looks pretty good. it's 8 30. let's go back to the desk. after months of searching the family of alexis gabe, missing woman from oakley napa leave her remains may have been found. volunteer search teams. zero foothills found human bones in the town of pioneer investigators believe games former boyfriend may have left her body there. ktvu zach sauces here with the tail. zack. yeah her parents say it could take a couple of months to figure out definitively who those bones
belong to have to wait for the results of dna testing gives father shared this video with us near the town of pioneer in the sierra foothills that's southeast of sacramento, he says . over the weekend, the bones were found on old defender grade road just off highway 26 by a volunteer search party. hundreds have been part of that search and are sending in tips every day. the remains were found scattered on a hillside. alexis family visited the site saturday . alexis has been missing since january. 26 they found more more dawns. and they called the sheriff's office and the they determined that some of those who were human bones and so they picked him up, and, um, send them to a forensics for dna test . gabes father says he's hoping that the results will finally provide his family. some closure , especially for his wife, he says was very close to their daughter. they say they want to
bring, uh, alexis home and hold a memorial service. they're planning a celebration of life for her on the one year anniversary. her disappearance. andre thank you so much time now is 8 32 police think there may be a serial killer on the loose in stock and another $85,000 reward for information in the arrest of the person who police believe was shot and killed at least five men since july. the latest killing happened shortly before two o'clock tuesday morning. 54 year old man was shot and killed in a neighborhood just north of downtown stockton. another killing linked to the suspected serial killer took place in a parking lot two months ago outside of a popeye's restaurant on west lane in stockton two months ago, the victim's widow did not want to show her face honest with you. a part of me. up. part of me died. with him that day. it's been hard. it's been really, really hard. stockton police say all five killings appear to be connected.
in each case. the victim was a man who was shot to death while walking alone in a dark area happening now president biden and first lady dr jill biden are on their way to ponce, a florida excuse me. ponce puerto rico to assess the damage done by hurricane fiona. they will then head to florida wednesday to see the devastation from hurricane ian. we are. puerto rico held a lot more than they've already gotten. hurricane fiona wiped out much of puerto rico's power grid this morning. the white house has announcing $60 million to help the island withstand future storms. money is part of the bipartisan infrastructure bill already passed by congress , and we're going to work together on what those unmet needs are what their long term needs are and make sure we're providing the resources and the support to those communities. temporary and then long term to get these communities back on their feet while they're rebuilding. likely congress will need to approve more cash for both puerto rico and florida once the damage assessments are complete this morning. rescue teams in florida continue to search for survivors of powerful
hurricane ian. at least 60 people have now died in florida alone, five days after the powerful storm slammed into the state and utility crews continue to work around the clock to restore electricity to an estimated 700,000 people across the state. who are still without power. it's pretty tough for them and for us, you know. because, um. the type of work we do is dangerous, and then just the people that have respirators and stuff, so we were pretty much helping people out out here. the latest damage. estimates indicate hurricane ian may become the most expensive storm in florida history, a group of volunteers with a nonprofit called team rubicon is on the ground in florida, helping with the recovery. their team is made of veterans and first responders. the organization has respondedn 110s . they say the damage left behind by hurricane ian. is some of the worst they've ever seen. i've seen a lot of disasters over the course of my you know, time here, and this one is just the size of the
actual event. it was a massive hurricane, massive intensification, high winds, high water levels, you know, so that creates in and of itself. you know a big footprint into the disaster. team rubicon says hundreds more volunteers are coming this week to continue helping with the cleanup. all right time now for another check of the forecast. here is steve paulson, steve well, good morning, you two little cool this morning under clear skies here. i want to get clear skies in the fog is off the coast will show you that in a second. you can get some forties on the temps and that's what happened to your valley ford 43 degrees. east healdsburg at 43. i think i saw west petaluma 43 grayton. qatari 44 pen grove is 44 santa rosa actually dropped to 45 napa sonoma 47 even the half moon bay airport at 48 woodside was 48 boulder creek in their felton in there. there were many forties here. just a nice forecast. what can you say for the rams 49ers
tonight? looks nice. not much of a breeze 76 kick off. so you know, usually i'm talking in october weather. it's hot. that's not the case here. now. things really kick into gear for fleet week here by thursday, right now, it looks good. i mean, fog is out. there will have to do this day by day on the temps here, but thursday and friday looked to be the warmest days with maybe some fog returning by the weekend. you can see the low clouds out there, but they except for some groundhog, julie fog while to the north. it is clear in the bay area. more sun today. temperatures warming up. not much fog cooler, low sunny for all, it'll be a little warmer, still mainly fifties on attempts were slow to get into the sixties. so we dropped a good 5 10 degrees this morning compared to yesterday because i have no fog in between systems, the highest going to build north, though, so we're not looking for any rain anytime soon. temperatures will gradually bump up. i mean, we're not looking for any offshore event or anything, but i think some inland temps thursday and friday most inland locations couple could be in the low nineties, mostly in the upper eighties. today at 60 seventies and
eighties and so dry week it looks like a sunny weekend gradually warmer week, so probably the weekend. we should cool off a little bit, you guys steve. thank you. it's now 8 37 , more than a million customers in california could be affected by a change in rooftop solar rules coming up on the night. we're talking about some proposed changes that could impact what you pay to power your home and will break down. what's happening with the latest in solar, kardashian is facing a $1.26 million lawsuit over specific social media post. coming up after the break what she's accused of promoting without properly disclosing
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in court as part of her effort to get a new trial. attorneys have been arguing that she should be given a new trial based on new evidence they say could overturn her conviction. prosecutors are accusing the thoroughness founders attorneys of trying to delay her sentencing, which is scheduled for two weeks from today, almost faces up to 20 years in prison after being convicted of fraud in january to the south bay with the november election just five days five weeks away, now two candidates in the race for san jose mayor say hannah did their campaign signs have been stolen in the past few weeks. that may hands campaign has released video showing people stealing his signs during the day and at night. it's expensive, but more importantly, it scares people
out of the political process. i think we all want to live in a city where we can respectfully disagree. but but but it never should lead to property theft or intimidation, which is what this is bordering on cindy chavez is also running to become san jose's next mayor. she says hundreds of her campaign signs are also disappearing from yards and other private properties. for a lot of supporters. they feel like their voices being robbed there, you know, and also it's kind of invasive to have somebody take something off of your lawn and steal it. chavez says well signed theft have long been a problem in san jose. such thefts have recently increased dramatically. 41 your time in walnut creek investigation continues into a deadly hit and run crash, where a woman was killed over the weekend. it happened saturday just before sundown at north california boulevard and civic drive. several people called 911 after the car hit that woman as she tried to cross north california boulevard. she had major injuries. she was taken to the
hospital where she later died. the car that hit her described as a gold or 10 4 door sedan took off from the scene. and oakland police officer is in stable condition after he was hit by a car and a hit and run crash happened yesterday morning on wentworth avenue. shortly after 10 a.m. police went to question the driver whose car was stopped in the middle of the road, will suddenly the driver sped away and hit the police officer at last check. police are still searching for that driver right now around the world, including here in the bay area protester continuing over the death of masa amini. she's the 22 year old iranian woman who was arrested by iran's so called morality police for wearing a head covering incorrectly. i mean he died in police custody. a large protest happened in san francisco over the weekend, participants said. they're worried about the people they know in iran, who are also protesting. we have families that are still miran. we cannot hear from them. we cannot see them. i don't know if they're alive. i don't know if they're dead. we need our rights. we need to be acknowledged. and we need to we need them to stop
negotiating with islamic regime . our famili our health hostage in iran todayle there hn protests against the iranian government for nearly 50 years, this time they feel like things are changing at least a little expect. the protests will put pressure on the u. s. government to step up against human rights violations in iran 8 43. now there is growing anger and condemnation of the federal government about a pipeline repair in southern california. the government approved the final repair permit that will allow the 42 year old pipeline to restart last year's spill of orange county off orange county was one of the largest in state history and covered more than 8000 acres. it killed her injured thousands of birds and other marine wildlife. environmentalists fear we are at risk of more spills because of the aging offshore drilling machinery. we tried to reach. officials at the army corps of engineers were comment, but we have not had any response. month is starting with some new huge gains on wall street peloton. try something new and trying to
come with you on vacation found cook is upstairs now in dollars and cents. great news for people who like to work out on vacation peloton has just announced a deal with hilton hotels by the end of the year. all hilton hotels here in the u. s will have at least one of the exercise bikes and just last week, peloton also announced it will start selling its bikes and treadmills at dick's sporting goods, so trying some new things to boost sales. experience based in san jose rain that opening bell this morning to celebrate its listing on the new york stock exchange experience makes a lot of the technology involved in our entertainment, including hd radio and immersive audio technology that's used in smart devices and connected vehicles as we take a live look at the big board. we do have some big gains after some big losses over the past few trading sessions. dad jones, currently up 2% almost 600 points. it did cross that 600 point level. just a moment ago s and p 500 up almost 2% and the nasdaq is gaining one
in the 3rd 10,007 16 for the nasdaq. kim kardashian is being fined more than $1 million for a post about cryptocurrency. the securities and exchange commission says kardashian promoted a crypto product on her social media without disclosing how much she was being paid for that endorsement. the sec chair says the case is a reminder that people need to be careful before taking investment advice from celebrities, kardashian will have to pay $1.26 million in fees for the post the third quarter. tessa says it built 365,000 vehicles and delivered 343,000 of them. that's up from the previous quarter. car parts were delayed as factories in china were closed due to covid outbreaks. however tesla's deliveries are lower than analysts expected. and the stock is down. almost 8% on that news , a benefit of switching to a four day work week appears to be more sleep. boston college researchers found that people
who worked 32 hours a week instead of 40 use some of that extra time to get some extra sleep. many of them got nearly one more hour of sleep per night. with that shorter workweek and the number of people considered sleep deprived , also dropped sharply. i'm pam cook. that's look at your dollars and cents. thank you and our series of reports marking hispanic heritage month we're exploring a key part of san francisco's food culture. the mission style burrito, a couple of tank ideas come to mind when many people think of a classic mission style burrito ktvu sound . castaneda talked to people who create those meals every day and the people who love them. although the burrito was said to be first served in mexico as early as the 18 hundreds, it was in the united states where mexican americans changed it to be bigger and easier to take on the go now, when you go get a burrito almost anywhere, chances are they'll hand you something like this. turned out at mom and pop shops and national chains
all over the country. it's basically a full mexican meal inside a flour tortilla wrapped in foil the recipe for the burrito the way you know it now is modified right here in san francisco. it even has its own name, the mission style burrito or the mission burrito named after the mission district here in the city. but where was the first mission style burrito made to korea's here in the mission district lay claim to it. the first one is el faro on 20th and folsom street. legend has it. the original owners of el faro made the first super burrito for the firefighters of station seven just down the street. famous burrito started here like the way we make it, says raymundo ramirez, who is the current owner of el faro. she told me in spanish. she worked for the original owner who made that first big burrito for the firefighters in 1961 the super again chicken customers like
this, keep coming back fro recently celebrated its 61st year in business. not too far away is la cumbre zakariyah, where the sign outside, said, it's the originator of the mission style burrito. edward duran is a second generation owner here. he says the key to the burrito his family made was using the flour tortilla and all the ingredients contained inside . initially what happened was that the predominantly the mexican heritage and the diet and as such, was based around corn, and so the tortillas used at that time were all corn tortillas. but raul and mickey discovered through my grandmother and her recipe for flour tortillas that that the corn when you try and roll them up and try and make them large, they break apart. they fall apart. you end up just wearing your lunch as opposed to eating your lunch. there's principle both stories. i think what makes the mission burrito mission burrito is the foil that it's wrapped in and the rice that comes in it. and the condiments like guacamole, sour cream cheese salsa. um and so whoever
, whichever you know, like hungry or el faro did that first . i think that's the birth of the real mission burrito. i heard the first one here was, you know, like corn tortillas wrapped up and made for the fireman. nico madrigal. yankowski is a food writer for sf gate. he says he's done extensive research into the history of the burrito. it's hard to find a bad to korea in san francisco. to be honest, especially if you're in the mission. none of the original firefighters from the sixties, of course, are still around at station seven. although the current group told me they still visit el faro careers are seemingly everywhere in the mission. well known ones like pancho villa on 16th street and lotte correa on mission street. also less well known places are turning out big mission style burritos wherever you go to get yours a little bit of san francisco's mexican american culture will be there. the culture of being in the mission is part of what you get. when
you walk into a san francisco to korea. um whether it be, you know the family recipes that are passed down through generations that make the rice or beans or how to grow the chicken culture that is still going strong decades later. in san francisco south castaneda, ktvu, fox two news and if you want to see more of our stories marking hispanic heritage month after our website ktvu .com slash hispanic heritage month will take you directly to a section of our website dedicated to this month celebration and you'll also find the stories on our youtube channel as well, talking more about that throughout the nine in a minute first, then we have to check traffic one last time with south cassidy. you made us all hungry, sal, when you see that kind of stuff obviously gets you hungry, and we're on the nine just really quickly. we're going to have an expert talk about not only burritos, but the importance of food to hispanic culture, so that's going to be something we look forward to. let's go over and
take a look at the richmond bridge because i just noticed that it is beginning to slow down late in the morning. this is not a typical and westbound 5 80 near san quentin. there's a crash so unfortunately all the way across the bridge we have a slowdown. it's finally reached. the other side. so this is kind of bad news for you. if you're trying to get into marin, if you can put the trip off for now, it looks like they're making some progress, including the crash, but the damage is done. as they say, you know, what's better is the bay bridge. it's a shorter delay now and if you can wait there, it should be better. unless something happens on that span. it's 8 51. let's bring steve back in with today's weather. all right, sal wall to wall sunshine here looks really nice for us. we had some cool lows forties because skies were clear. at least coastal fog. there wasn't any so everything looks salsas. tums go for a nice rams 49ers, usually usually this time of year i'm talking about a heart it's going to be an offshore wind doesn't look like either looks pretty nice with seventies and then not much of a
breeze of air is one. it won't be that strong. you can see the fog. there's plenty out there some groundhog fog, mendocino county, but for the media bay area now it's clear even on the coast. so more sunshine today and cooler lows had a lot of forties, even down to 43 for a few sunny for although it'll be nice and just a smidge warmer here, santa rosa did make it to 45. so i'm a little nervous by that 80 less the north wind kicks in the pleasant and 80 and then menlo park in santa clara of 76 to 78 the city 70 lower 58. what's average 71 55. so pretty close 97 the record in 1985 and 50 remember that back in 18 80? oh, man that was called back then that 50 6 49 now in the sunset, it happens fast fifties on most of the temps a couple of sixties but mainly fifties after that chilly morning is going to protect us from either one of those one, the one we had on the weekends now in the intermountain region, the next one not going anywhere, has two speeds slow and stop so warmer this weekend. we will see temperatures looks clear. looks nice. today temperatures will be
bumping up again. we'll have to ease into any fog forecast. next couple of days, but everything is pointing towards some sunshine and warmer temps again . it won't be that happy. we'll get some inland, well, inland locations near 90 thursday and friday before it looks like it kind of pulls back and what looks like a nice but cooler weekend, you guys thanks. francisco's fleet week officially starts today and when he joined us on the nine were alive at the uss princeton with the first look at what you can expect if you plan on taking a tour of one of the ships. also, baskin robbins is now selling a new ice cream flavor made with one of the hottest peppers in the world. would you try it, andre? okay all right. he's up for anything. i'm more of a mocha almond fudge type. but after a quick break, we'll detail the
can access data from years ago and can help establish activity patterns for surveillance purposes. they don't require search warrants and don't directly identify people. lawmakers though, say they're concerned the tools could cause a crisis over privacy concerns. governor newsom has signed a bill in response to california's teacher shortage that requires a state to develop a detailed survey. to determine why a growing number of teachers are resigning to work in other professions. these resignations state scrambling to find qualified teachers. earlier studies have found higher pay and smaller class sizes would help keep california teachers in the classroom. records are reportedly suffering from what experts are calling recession. fatigue report from bankrate .com pound 31% of people say they are not equipped for an economic downturn, and they are not actively doing anything to better prepare for one and let's say much of this is due to the pandemic, followed by a 40 year high inflation rate and the growing risk of another downturn. experts say jen's ears are the most likely to
experience recession fatigue compared to millennials, gen xers and baby boomers. nfl on fox host terry bradshaw revealed to fend this weekend he is getting over cancer. bradshaw told viewers he has fought two different cancer battles over the past year but is now cancer free. terry bradshaw is 74 years old, says he was diagnosed with bladder cancer last november, underwent surgery and other treatments. then in march, a lump on his neck turned out to be a rare form of skin cancer. bradshaw says he made the announcement after fans voiced concerns following last week's pregame show when he ran out of breath and didn't seem to be himself. former president jimmy carter, the nation's oldest living former president celebrated a birthday over the weekend, mr carter turned 98 years old on saturday, celebrated with a parade in his hometown of plains, georgia. former president carter was in the white house from 1977 to 1981. 8 58 is now your time back
here at home. it was a busy sunday in san francisco's castro district as organizers held the 48th annual castro street fair. thousands attended the fair, which included vendors, music, food and live entertainment. the fair has been celebrating the castro district and all of san francisco since its founding by the late harvey milk back in 1974. over the years he cast her street fair has been able to give back more than $1.5 million to beneficiaries. the elk grove giant pumpkin festival had a big crowd over the weekend, the 20th annual pumpkin festival and grove is one of the only places you'll find a pumpkin that weighs a ton. thousands of pumpkin enthusiasts flock tail grove park over the first weekend in october to kick off the fall season this year in napa county grower one the $7000 grand prize for growing a pumpkin that weighed close to £1900. just in time for halloween, baskin robbins has rolled out a new, spicy and spooky ice cream goody. the new ice cream flavor features a combination of spicy blood orange flakes. dark chocolate
and ghost pepper, known as one of the world's hottest peppers. they don't like spicy with your sweet baskin robbins is rolling out a spooky treat as well. the trixie ghost cake made to look like a smiling ghost, and this one has customizable fillings just in time for halloween. two teenage brothers shot and killed at a weekend house party. no one should go to a party where they're going to have fun, and then something like this happens how friends and family are remembering them as the community is in mourning. then a difficult development for the family of a missing east bay woman. we're hopeful that if they really are our daughter's remains then. this gives us hope that we can finally bring her home. the discovery of potential human remains and the next steps in the long search for alexis gabe. also ahead, recovery and rescue efforts continue across florida this morning in the wake of hurricane ian lost