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doing to honor the 24 year old woman from oakley, who had been missing since january. then the largest jackpot in lottery history. what people say is they buy their tickets and their sales could push the jackpot over the two billion marks. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on tv change in the letter. yes lucky for that. good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm gasia mikaelian. good morning. i'm dave clark. it's monday morning. november. 7th paulson has a lot to tell you in particular forecast garcia. two bucks to win two billion, or you're going to break down and finally spend two bucks never play at this point. it's more like tradition not to understand. and i'm happy for you remember your friend, but i just i choose to sit back and okay, alright. our good friend matt hanlon is up there on skyline. he picked up a third of an inch of rain. that was about a third to a half some of the higher elevations. currently 45 a little foggy in beautiful
honda. yeah, there's some fog being reported. we're in between the initial cold front went zipping by. there's already more on the way and you can see it's moving into the picture. it will not take long on this manic monday weather because it's mostly clear call in the morning sun, then clouds there'll be a lot of cloud cover rapidly and more rain and possible thunderstorms here with very cool high temps. fifties. alright over to sell san mateo bridge. dunbarton bridge. yes, sam. it'll bridges in fact factor here, steve, because that truck fire on the dumbarton bridge heading over to the peninsula is blocking several lanes and now eastbound lanes going the other way from the peninsula to the east bay blocked as well. and that's because of this truck that's on fire, and you usually don't get it back up here. on the dumbarton bridge. so you say, okay, what's my alternative? well the same mateo bridge is the alternative that looks okay . it's getting more crowded is more people are diverting that way so you can use the same mateo bridge instead. take a
quick peek at the bay breeze that's backed up all the way beyond the maze. some earlier problems to blame for that when we come back, we'll check out contra costa county, which is also pretty busy. 71 let's get back to the headlines. thank you. well tomorrow is election day, as you know, and voters here in california have several properties propositions to vote on, as well as voting for local elected leaders. ktvu is james torres is in martinez, where the county clerk's office opens up early so people can start voting. good morning, james. voting in person today. that's exactly right. dave. good morning to you. we've already seen a number of people, of course, wearing some heavy layers and some jackets coming out this morning, dropping off their ballots at this secure about box right in front of the clerk recorder's office. now, of course, there's an array of decisions voters will have to make some results will be closer than others. but the major answer. i think we're all going to wait to see is whether democrats will hang on to control of congress or if republicans will come take over
that will depend on a number of key housing senate races, all throughout california and, of course, the country governor gavin newsom spent the weekend campaigning in southern california for those votes. he's got a comfortable lead in his own election, so he spent time asking voters to consider issues he supports. he and many other democratic leaders rallied for proposition one, for example, which would guarantee a woman's right to an abortion in california's constitution, voter turnout, as it always does in every midterm election could be the deciding factor. oftentimes in a midterm election when we have a gubernatorial candidate kind of at the top of the ticket , there is a little bit lower turnout, so usually about half of the registered voters will actually participate in an election like this. other propositions like 26 27, which addressed sports spending appear to not have enough support to pass. paul mitchell. he's a political analyst, says other factors like incoming rain in our ear area that could deter some people from wanting to go to the polls. that's why the state of california and local
election offices are pushing for mail in or drop off ballots. voting. contra costa county. you can vote in person until about five o'clock today, but only about 5% of voter turnout does that they say they opened that in person voting to accommodate a number of people who might need some different accommodations. but of course, you can drop off your ballot at these ballot boxes at any time of the day overnight this morning later this afternoon, up until eight pm tomorrow. on election day. we're live this morning in martinez. i'm james torres. ktvu fox two news. alright james. lots of good information. there are several issues that seem to be driving voters to get involved in this midterm election. you can get a look at some of them, according to a new poll by the usc schwarzenegger institute, the cost of living is the top issue for 15% of california voters who were surveyed that was followed by homelessness with 13% 11% named the environment and climate changes. their main issue. crying and affordable
housing also ranked high among those who were surveyed to make sure you tune in and watch us here on ktvu tomorrow for extensive live coverage of the election will get started at four a.m. as the polls began to close on the east coast and bring you results throughout the day. time is 705 alto police are investigating a spike in home break ins at least 11 burglaries in less than a month. they will happen around dinner time in various neighborhoods. all of the homes were empty at the time . police say that these usually enter through the back yard and got into the homes by smashing a glass door. we interviewed one person whose home was hit. glad, uh, jewelry. find jewelry. um. ah, like electronic. and crash residential burglary things a little bit different. i can't recall having this. uh number of burglaries in the short period of time. thieves in one break,
install a large safe with nine guns inside because all the homes were empty. investigators are working to learn if the thieves have intimate knowledge of the houses and the patterns of the residents. you said the stanford shopping center in palo alto over the weekend, police say five on our men in gray hooded sweatshirts and black masks stormed into the burberry store saturday and took several handbags. they were only described as being in their twenties. they threaten the employees pushed a security guard. no one was seriously hurt your times now 706 happening later today, the oakland police department will hold a news conference will give us more details about the death and disappearance of 24 year old alexis gave investigators say the partial remains of alexis game. they were found last week in amador counter the woman remotely was first reported missing back in january after last being seen in antioch's investigators believe her former boyfriend, marshall jones, is responsible for her death. jones was killed by federal officers
who tried to arrest him. there's seattle back in june at the family of alexis. gabe posted this image on facebook, showing flowers left on a car in oakland to honor the memory of alexis. her family also announced a celebration of alexis gabes. life is now set for january. 28th. more than a year after she was reported missing happening today, the san francisco unified school district will update its efforts to fix ongoing payroll issues for teachers in the city. teacher has been reporting issues with their paychecks for nearly the entire year ever since the district launched a new payroll system. some teachers say they've been missing money from their paychecks for months, the district says the superintendent will be announcing major changes this morning at 11 o'clock. also today, lawyers reformer theranos ceo sunny bell wanya is said to be in court where they're expected to try to push back a sentencing because they want more time to prepare, and elwani wants his family to be with him in court. his lawyers want to send us a date moved from next
tuesday. two january. juan is facing up to 20 years for fraud and his role in the failed blood testing company our time now seven of 8 10. we're now learning that two people killed friday night in a crash in redwood city, where the parents who left behind two young children go fund me has been set up by the family of the victims identified the victims identified as greg and grace. amen that page said they had 27 year old children of the crash occurred friday night near el camino, real and finger avenue, one of the cars and the crash caught fire. five other people reportedly were hurt in the crash. we still don't know the cause of that crash. the city of berkley is considering banning all right turns on a red light. several proposals are under discussion here, such as imposing the ban only on streets with high crash rates or banning right turns at all 135 intersections in that city that have stoplights. the goal is to protect pedestrians. san francisco began last year
prohibiting right turn to intersections in the tenderloin to help improve pedestrian safety. time now, 709 the recent brain we had that's good news on a lot of different fronts. any rain helps against the drought. but santa rosa fire marshal paul lowenthal says the rain could hopefully and this year's fire season and the santa rosa area, he says the fire season was not as bad this year, partly because of hard work, some careful planning and homeowners, leaving plenty of defensible space. we saw those efforts really pay off during the glass fire with fire , literally burning into fuel breaks around homes and essentially putting itself out. this rain is exactly what we want to see the storms that we're looking at. with the breaks in between or beneficial for us. now, the santa rosa fire foundation will mark the end of fire season with a fundraiser gala for the fire department. that foundation was formed after the devastating wildfires in sonoma county to strengthen and
expand services of the fire department. 7 10 here. the rain may have passed this already this morning, but take a look at this pretty picture. the snow is coming down in the sierra. pretty if you're not driving that, you know, can look here as we take a look at what's happening in truckee. it's been snowing there most of the night. you should know that there are chain controls in place for both 80 and 50. we had our first chain controls of the season last week, and here we are still under chain controls. now steve's been telling us there could be several feet of new snow in the next day or two. on top of that foot. the sierra got last week. time now is 7 10. we have been looking at the bridges and in particular, we have to go right back to that dumbarton bridge because of a truck that was on fire near the radio towers just before you actually get onto the high rise section of the bridge and traffic is also backed up eastbound because they have the fire crews came from the peninsula and they blocked lanes there. so this is a big mess. i would avoid the
dumbarton bridge. for now, you can use the same mateo bridge, which looks pretty good. looks like it's typically looking in here heading out. to the peninsula bay bridge. traffic is moderate. it's improving from some earlier issues. highway four is slow coming over the hill to concord, and we've also had some slow traffic on 6 80 on 80. we promised that look at contra costa county slowing out of elsa bronte as you head down to berkeley at 70 11. let's go back to the desk. alright child. thank you. well a man's home in the county burned down and coming up what he claims started the fire. look at this, he said something fell from the sky. right? we have the details and daylight saving time ended yesterday, giving us an extra hour of sleep but also increases the danger on the road is more people are now driving when it's dark after a quick break the warning for dri rs vo: climate change is fueling a wildfire crisis. destroying our forests.
threatening our communities. polluting our air. prop 30 taxes the wealthiest 0.2% to reduce the tailpipe emissions that drive climate change. and prevent wildfires and toxic smoke. so we have clean air to breathe. some say we shouldn't act. tell that to our kids. this is about their future. kevin: calfire firefighters, the american lung association, and the coalition for clean air support prop 30. yes on 30. this week is your chance to try any subway footlong for free. like the subway series menu. just buy any footlong in the app, and get one free. free monsters, free bosses, any footlong for free! this guy loves a great offer. so let's see some hustle!
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tonight's drawing and you definitely do not want to miss out people here already starting to take the tickets in the odds are immense, though one in 292 million, but that's not stopping folks from dreaming. big olympic liquor and grocery and wallet creek looks like many convenience stores. study line of lottery jackpot hopefuls thinking they have the magic six numbers to become a billionaire. fired up. we hope we can win it. somebody's gotta will. i don't see why it can't be me. that's a good way of looking at it at $2, a pop terra shower of walnut creek told us she bought $30 in tickets. and like so many of us , she already has plans to how she will spend that fortune. much of it, she says, will go to helping others. gifting. a lot of it away to family and friends, for sure, especially people that are having a hard time. but, um and then i just say, okay, who wants to go on a vacation? that's go, let's go traveling. why not? if my
miracles of all miracles you do win. one of the first steps is to find a financial advisor. when you signed, the managing director of sun group wealth partners warns against cashing in the ticket immediately, she recommends to plan things out and keep the tickets safe by locking it up. sign your ticket . that's the first and most important thing i would use a black permanent marker. not only do you sign it, but i want you to take pictures of the front and the back and multiple pictures as well. scan it. take photocopies. whatever you do, but don't leave the house with it. yes treated like gold. sun recommends working with an established accountant and financial advisor to guide you through the process, although california requires lottery winners to reveal their name and where they bought that ticket sunsets, privacy is best changes your social media account and use a post office box for all correspondence. the full $1.9 billion can be paid out in 30 installments over 29 years of
the lump sum 929. million dave. not bad. i hear you, andre. thank you. and if you still haven't received your california stimulus check, keep an eye on your mailbox this week. over the weekend, more debit cards were sent out. the payments are between $200 and $1050. it all depends on your income and your family size and more. direct deposits are also expected to hit bank accounts soon. time is 7 17. it's not exactly a shock, but studies show more people are moving out of expensive cities from san francisco to hawaii, about a third of those who were surveyed in the chronicle polls , a there are likely to leave in the next three years, and the reasons include the homeless crisis, public safety and housing costs. the census figures also show about 18% of people in san francisco plan to move that's the highest of any metropolitan area. some traffic
safety experts say the end of daylight saving time can increase the risk of a car crash many more people and i'll be driving home from work in the dark, experts say. that could lead to increased drowsiness until our bodies adapt to the time change. drivers are reminded to be especially careful as our pedestrians over the next few days. you feel differently. you will try differently anytime the time changes, the effects can be felt for up to a week and so give yourself a week to get used to everything. if you need help getting your body back on track, doctors say getting more light during the day will help energize you. and if you are feeling sleepy, say at four pm, give up. they say, just try a quick nap of maybe 20 minutes. that should do the trick without ruining your upcoming bedtime because, of course, we take a big fat nap in the afternoon. we cannot fall asleep at bedtime change affect you at all. not yet. i was thinking the same thing. not yet. appreciate that extra hour. well, i'm really concerned what's happening on the dumbarton bridge that big rig that caught fire. so what's the latest? it's still there,
and it's still blocking or affecting both sides. lanes are blocked on both sides westbound and eastbound on that dumbarton bridge. in case you're just joining us. it was a truck that caught fire, westbound and eastbound lanes are affected. the fire crews are there and it was a lot of smoke putting out right near the radio towers. so the dumbarton ridge. i would not recommend using it. sometimes you have to go and you say you have to use it. some people are going down to 2 37. there's more traffic there. some people are using the same material bridge and again. maybe the best bet is to put that meeting off. if you can, you know, i say that but sometimes people can't. they have to go when they have to go. this is a look at the bay bridge toll plans of that is backed up as well this morning out to the mason earlier issues that is cleared up. this is more of a routine commute. at 7 19. we started off wet, but nothing seemed to be drying off steve for now, but it's not going to last too long there so more rain is on the way with snow up in the mountains still snowing up there. tahoe vibe. sent out on
twitter. their view from the home office at 6500 ft. elevation on the southeast shore of lake tahoe, snow snow and more snow. you ever heard of snow? snow? beautiful snow. why? yes did you write that? no, i shovel it. oh three stooges dave classic lama. prieta had a half inch of rain mount veeder half injury and mountain town. almost there in mount diablo picked up 45 1 hundred's. there was some rainfall projections that are going to be a probably around 2 2.5, but not as much in the lower elevations yet catanzaro half inch rain canfield 39 100 milpitas fremont had good rain. almost just in between a quarter and a third of santa rosa quarterback misha napa boasts 16 1 hundred's. although you can find 20 to 100, north napa palo alto 16 san francisco 13 in dublin had 12 100. this is probably going to end up being in the ballpark here anywhere from a three quarters to 2.5 santa cruz mountains. mount tamil pious. also up towards the russian every day will probably
get the most. this isn't an unbelievably cold core system. it will be very active. the heaviest rain will be on tuesday . you're two for tuesday is going to be rain and wind. we do have a wind advisory for the coast that starts late tonight and goes through tomorrow and you can see even though we're getting a break right now, it's not going to last long. so if you need to get something done, i think you have a couple of hours before really things start to get cloudy mostly cloudy with more rain. so it makes the sun and clouds with some cold lows in the morning. mostly cloudy. more rain possible thunderstorms later today. the wind advisory again starts tonight. it's really from monterrey. up to about point reyes. strong south wind will develop maybe gust about 45 mph. we will still get some rain today. but the heavier rain comes in tomorrow looks like that rain day it really does lingering into early wednesday. still some snow in the mountains looks like it's winding down a little bit, but anywhere from about 3 to 7 inches of new snow is what i've seen so far. see the ski resorts aren't open yet. so you don't get snow totals there slower to come in right now. once they open up, then they come in
rapidly but 2 to 5 ft is possible up in the mountains and just focus. your attention is the projection for kirkwood 48 inches of snow. i mean, my goodness. we get that much, it says 40 now, but i did see 48 earlier thirties for a few forties. for many, this low will play into our weather. not only today all day tuesday, finally kicking out, but not until wednesday. so get ready. this is a cold, cold system with more rain on the way, and there's more snow on the way you guys after wednesday, though, we'll get a break. steve. thank you. 7 21 here at bay area of roller making waves in the site center at 2024 olympics. coming up. the rigorous training routine helps will lend him a qualifying position. plus just want him back. like he's a family dog. he's still a puppy, another stolen french bulldog puppy here in the bay area and after the break where the latest theft occurred, and we'll tell you what you should not do to keep from becoming a targe your
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coming in and talking about it, they said. it's a one in four trillion chance. so, uh, i guess i might be buying a lottery ticket today. i mean, the timing would be good. the family says they're still recovering after take a look at what the fire did to their home department says it will take about two weeks here to figure out exactly what started this devastating fire time that 7 26, yet another bay area dog owner pleading to get back her stolen dog last friday in san leandro, about three in the afternoon. ashanti hamilton's, says her seven month old french bulldog gucci disappeared from a car in the parking lot, she says, while she ran a quick errand. she rolled down car windows to give gucci and her older dog hennessy, some fresh air, but when she got home, she realized only hennessy was still in the car. somebody definitely opened the door. also what i'm thinking maybe the flat windows. we didn't really know. maybe we're pregnant too much, but definitely not enough for
him to jump out. no. they were both dogs in the car, but only one was taken. he's a puppy. this is just one of several reports of stolen french bulldogs around the bay area this year. the selling price of these popular dogs more than $5000 each and there's a new survey out showing that more support is needed for family caregivers study was conducted by the cleveland clinic. they found that 36% of caregivers suffer from anxiety and depression. significantly higher than none caregivers. 70% of the respondents said they need emotional and mental health breaks, although more than half say, taking days off for their mental health. isn't just not realistic time to 7 27. there were several side shows took over east bay streets over the weekend. the other dangerous activity it led to that kept the police on their toes. and even though twitter and other big name tech companies pushed more
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election. day and the political parties are trying to win over voters with congress up for grabs and a record amount of people expected to vote and more tech industry layoffs are expected just days after twitter cut hundreds of jobs will tell you the latest tech company expected to lay off workers and how soon it could happen. from ktvu. fox two news. this is mornings on two. good morning to you. thank you for joining us. welcome the mornings on two. i'm dave clark gasia mikaelian. it's monday, november 7th, and tomorrow is a rain day. let's talk to steve paulson getting around what we can and can't do with the serious one tomorrow for sure. today we're getting a little break in between the first impulse that went through the narrow, cold front that went through, but it's not going to take long here. the cloud up. it's already rapidly moving into the mendocino coast, northern sonoma coast over to lake county , and it will be only a matter
of hours before we get a little bit of sun here on a manic monday weather mostly clear cold morning and then turning cloudy rapidly with more rain, possible thunderstorms and hail reports would not surprise me fifties very cool for the next three days on the high temps here. dumbarton bridge. we still there that is that better? unfortunately we have to keep coming back in case you're just joining us at dunbarton bridge had a truck fire right near the radio towers right before you get to the high rise section. and the lanes are blocked westbound and eastbound. mostly a problem. westbound this time of the morning. it's almost backed up almost all the way out to union city. i believe this is also putting more pressure on 8 80 south coming out of union city in the fremont. we have a big backup. i think people are saying well, you know, what do i do now? i go down to 2 37. that's what i do. it's not an original idea. people are doing it, so we're going to keep an eye on that. and when we come back, we'll also take a look at some of that east bay commute 7 32. let's go back to the
headlines. thank you. tomorrow's midterm election could change the belt of power in congress and both parties are engaged in last minute campaigning. midterm elections historically favored the party that is not in power. political analysts say. republicans appear likely to take control of the house, but control of the senate is less certain. they need to turn just one seat to gain control in that chamber, two former presidents at the campaign trail over the weekend, reminding americans about what's at stake in the election. truth. and facts. and logic. and reason. and basic decency are on the ballot. democracy itself is on the ballot. if you want to stop the destruction of our country and said the american dream than this tuesday, you must vote republican in a giant red. millions of americans have already voted. in fact, the neighbors point to a record setting turnout for a midterm election. now we have extensive
live coverage for you on the air and online leading up to and including the election. ktvu .com. as tools help you get ready to vote and track the results. tomorrow you can head to the election section there at ktvu .com. our time is 7 30 for elon musk now plans to wait until after tomorrow's midterm elections to unveil twitter's new subscription service. twitter is delaying the rollout because of concerns users could pay for a verified account to impersonate someone else. like a public trick here. the service expected to cost $8 a month for verification, plus several other features. buying a verification . it seems absurd to me because it is against the point of a verification. it's possible that twitter could fail. if musk makes the kinds of changes that pushes a lot of people away. twitter has already suspended the accounts of some comedians, including comedian kathy griffin , who used her elon musk account
to urge voters to protect abortion rights. some civil rights groups wrote an open letter to twitter's top 20. the advertisers asking them to pause their advertising deals until my specifies the changes he plans to make to twitter. now meta, based in menlo park, the parent company of facebook and instagram, maybe the latest tech company to start laying off workers ali rasmus in our studio right now, and this reported layoffs comes just days after twitter and other tech companies cut their work for us, according to the wall street journal and announcement is expected by wednesday. meta the parent company of facebook, instagram and whatsapp, is planning to lay off hundreds of workers and if they do go through with those layoffs, it would be the first mass layoffs and then come buddies nearly 18 year history. it's the latest sign of belt tightening among bay area based tech companies. meta has more than 87,000 employees worldwide . back in september, the company put a freeze on hiring now it appears layoffs are imminent. it
comes after the announcement of layoffs at several other bay area based tech companies last week, right shirt company lift announced it's going to cut about 680 jobs in the financial payments startup stripe, also based in silicon valley, announced it was cutting 1000 jobs, tech industry analysts said. during the pandemic, many companies went on a hiring spree in the tech sector. and now they're pulling back. right now . there's just too much uncertainty on the economy for them to keep those numbers in place and keep their shareholders happy. and as we've been reporting this morning twitter cut nearly 3700 jobs are almost half of its workforce on friday after elon musk took over , according to the independent newsletter platformer. now some employees are being asked to return because the company realized it may have cut too many of its workers, according to business insider apple internally announced a hiring freeze that will remain in place for approximately the next year . amazon says it's going to pause hiring for some of its corporate roles. but google says
even though hiring has slowed it has no plans to enact a hiring. freeze gasia back to you, rasmus . thank you. 7 37 police in several barriers. cities had a busy weekend, responding to side shows just before midnight saturday night, vallejo police broke up beside show that involved hundreds of vehicles. this happened near the blue rock springs golf course lasted for about 15 to 20 minutes before police arrived to break it up. we see this video here taken just after it was ending a woman sitting on top of a car. this by the way in freeway traffic there on interstate 80, leaving the sideshow. let's move now to video of another site here that shows what was happening in rodeo just after midnight on sunday morning. in this case, a group of cars gathered near the phillips carbon plant of highway four crowds here took off after gunshots were heard in the area . so far. no injuries have been reported. we'll move now to richmond, where police were dealing with much of the same thing in richmond was a sideshow outside hilltop mall. some of the cars participating came very close to hitting some spectators. we heard those
gunshots on the video that happened in hayward early sunday morning, right near the hayward water treatment plant lasted for about an hour. the sideshow itself this point. no word on any reports of injuries or arrests in any of these sites shows that happened across the bay over the weekend. alright, garcia. thank you time 7 38 1 of the nation's best rowers lives right here in the bay area. he's training hard for the olympics every morning before the sun comes up. 26 year old ben davidson is out there, rowing. at the california rowing club in oakland, heads to the water for training in the oakland estuary. i enjoy it. it's nice being out there. it's almost relaxing. that's like the fun part of my day, and then i go to work and then come back and do it again. and by the way us rowing just named ben davidson. it's male athlete of the year. he's already training and looking forward to the 2024 olympic games in paris. i do think if
ben continues and stays healthy . he's you know, he's he's going to be a medalist, and i think will be an olympic medalist. we just didn't know he would. achieve what he has so quickly. now there's just about a year left until the qualifying time, and davidson says it's stressful , maintaining the training and the shape enough to make the olympic team but feels good about going to distance and continuing to improve and he goes right past our studios to yes, you were. i love seeing those rowers go by early warning . we actually have someone in our newsroom. sal who who does it every morning, and she's like it's the best start to your day. that's yeah. you have to be in good shape to do that. all right. well you know what? let's go right back to our problem spot, and that would be the dumbarton bridge. we've had that truck fire that unexpectedly put a lot of slow traffic on the dumbarton bridge. it's also affecting 80 southeast people are coming down to that
dumbarton bridge. they've heard about this. they don't want to go that way. now they're heading south to fremont to access to 37 , which by the way, has become a little bit busier. getting over the mountain view. people are going this way. and that's going to be slow. people are also using the same tale bridges an alternate, and that's become a little busier, especially right after 8 80 bridge looks a little bit better as you can see, let's talk about contra costa county. how we forced slow from pittsburgh over the conquered and we do have slowing on 6 80 into walnut creek at 7 40. it's dry temporarily, but it might be wet again soon. it won't take long here, so i don't think so. yes, we're in between the narrow cold front zip by overnight probably won't be yup. it was pretty intense. heaviest rain so far has been in the higher elevations or where you'd expect at russian river but loma prieta half inch lower if he had had more than that. i think i have to check on that. mount veeder half inch of rain mount tim almost a half mount diablo picked up 45 1 hundred's casa dero, though also picked up over
a half inch of rain can't field 10.39 mil peterson, free minded really good rain around midnight just over a quarter of an inch santa rosa just shy of that, venetia napa, officially 16 100 palo alto in their san francisco 13 and doubling in 12 100, that is really cold air coming down and you see those bands like that it is going to rapidly develop and we're going to see anywhere from rain. maybe thunderstorms here would not surprise me in the least. this is a pretty cold for this time of the year to be making an appearance. so we're in between you have another couple hours. i think before it starts to juice up, but it won't take long. it's already knocking on the door on sonoma county, and it's moved into mendocino county, fort bragg had 9/10 of an inch of rain mix of sun clouds cold lows in the morning, then turning rapidly cloudy. more rain. possible thunderstorms. the main core of the system doesn't come in until tomorrow, though. window advisory kicks in for the coast. the immediate coast that's seven p.m. tonight goes through 10 a.m. tomorrow. monterey to point reyes.
rainfall will be okay today and then really good tomorrow. it should. there's all this kick out. i'd say by late morning on wednesday for this year a. this is going to be a huge event in terms of snowfall, maybe upwards of 2 to 4 ft. for many i mean, they've already had what they had 17 inches the last week, and they picked up another 3 to 6 this morning, so 2 to 5. ft is possible. some of the projections are pretty good eye popping here before thanksgiving . that is. i mean, what about my can't do much better than this behind? i mean, that's really good for us thirties for a few forties from most on the temps here, the low will be with us and go right over the bay area. it looks like probably early wednesday morning, maybe before. but often on rain heavy cold, cold pattern on place in place here and you can see already beginning to move in up on the mendocino coast, northern sonoma county and getting close elsewhere so fifties on most of the temps will stay unseasonably cool for a few days kicks out on wednesday afternoon thursday and friday look better still in question for the weekend, i'll
lean into it right now. i'm leaning on the dry side. okay see? thank you time 7 42, as many retailers get ready for the biggest shopping day of the year, the stores may not be competing with each other to get you shoppers this season, we'll tell you what's the biggest competition with the holiday dollars are newsroom now say good morning again to andre senior as you're looking ahead to the next hours of warnings on two good morning to both of us, california continues to deal with the historic drought, homeowners are trying to figure out how to save to have unique landscapes to without using a whole lot of water coming up on mornings on two at nine, we will tell you what xeriscaping is, and white once again gaining popularity and later the jobs report, the latest one better than expected, but still, many americans are starting to experience some uncertainty around in their careers. when he joined us on the nine we're going to talk live with a linkedin career expert. to see how you can so called career cushion your job. stay with us.
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particular. certainly in focus right now is the midterm elections have been heated the concern over misinformation and disinformation grows meta reports it has invested in additional $5 million ahead of the elections. in fact checking efforts tiktok says it does not allow political ads as its goal is to be an entertainment platform. however global witness reports 90% of election disinformation adsit tested were approved. by tiktok and their investigation found facebook was only quote partially effective in detecting and removing problematic election ads. careful what you read as the opening bell rang this morning, the nasdaq headed lower after apple reported covid restrictions in china will continue to impact iphone production and carve on a stock was halted this morning as the volatility continues there. carbonneau posted a disappointing quarter and the stock is down more than 90% this year, despite a lot of activity in car buying and selling, taking a live look at the
numbers, the dow and the s and p 500, maintaining some gains today, with the dow jones up more than half of a percent, the s and p 500 up about a quarter of a percent. the nasdaq down slightly this morning as again those tech stocks are in focus. lot of layoffs that we're talking about there. while many bay area tech companies are requiring their workers to return to the office, some are bucking the trend and allowing employees to decide where they want to work. according to the chronicle, some of the companies that are flexible about work from home or hybrid working arrangements include doordash, cloudflare and dropbox. the chronicle says. those companies say productivity remains high and employee satisfaction has increased due to a better work life balance. airbnb another bay area company, announced this morning. it will roll out a new feature next month showing all charges instead of just a nightly price. guests can turn on a command, which lists the total price excluding taxes in the search result, each fee will be clearly listed, including
cleaning charges and any available discounts. you still have to go to the final. step of the booking of the rental home to figure out the total cost, including taxes. airbnb reported nearly $3 billion in revenue last quarter, up 29% from last year. economists predict retailers will face pandemic fallout this holiday season. analysts have detected a trend in the buying habits of americans, people tired of being cooped up during the pandemic are now spending money on experiences and services such as travel, lodging, restaurants, mastercard reports. business is not as good, though for home furnishings and appliances, which soared during the pandemic. ticket sales for music and sporting events or another example of americans wanting to go out more concert promoter live nation is experiencing double digit growth. i'm pam cook. let's look at your dollars and cents. pam. thank you. 7 49 will swing out to traffic dumbarton bridge usually doesn't get a lot of press today. sal is a different story. yeah, you
know, that's that's what they people don't like obviously is when your commute is usually a good one. and then something like this happens in case you're just joining us. it was a truck fire that started. let's see. i'm going to look up the time here. it looks like it started. at 6 25 am and here we are at 10 minutes to eight. it's still there, and traffic is very slow in the dumbarton bridge, so i would recommend you doing something else. that one of the things that i've realized is that this is putting a lot more pressure on all of 8 80 heading south. people are just bypassing the bridge. look at fremont. it's very slow heading south from hayward all the way through fremont. people are obviously using 2 37. instead people are using the same tale bridge instead, although that seems to be better, so just keep in mind. the bridge crossings are a little bit. you know, they're a little heavier because of what's happening there at the bay bridge has become just more passable, more doable. it's backed up for about a 25 minute
delay, which is typical. 7 50. here's a man who's never typical.. that's for sure you go. thank you, sal system is making its move. there's a lot going on here, so i'll just try and get right to it. here we're in between the first band. there will be waves of precipitation coming in here. the next band is already moving in on the mendocino coast, northern sonoma county. it's a cold one of your forties on the temps. and it's only going to stay in the fifties on the high temps for about three days. this is a really impressive low for this time of year, and as it moves in, we will see rainfall and snow, especially snow. really pick up here has a couple of days to go won't kick out of here until wednesday morning and already moving back in on on the mendocino coast up in mendocino county, lake county. a little bit in sonoma county. but we're getting a break here for a few hours, so sun clouds fifties on the temps sixties per some overall, though, the next couple of days we're going to be very active specially tuesday into
early wednesday, then we'll get a break day, thursday and friday . alright steve. thank you. well, ktvu has kicked off our 20th annual one warm coat drive . if you have a gently worn coat or jacket that you want to donate to pay area families take it to any participating ups store or big oak. tired. years and there are dozens of drop doh one warm code and see a listat h december, the fourth well still ahead. it's a country that limits the sale of alcohol, but it's about to get a huge shipment of beer. qatar will be the home of the world cup this year coming up in the next hour. how much beer is expected to be sold and who can buy a beer? but first we'll tell you what the nba will do tonight to encourage fans all over the country. to get out and vote for the midterm elections tomorrow.
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world series title in 25 cities season. there's a big league manager how about the mass stones? bunch of guys, they told me in spring training. that they were gonna win. now what's next? party. like he's ready for a party. now. bay area baseball fans remember dusty baker was the manager of the giants during san francisco's heartbreaking loss in the world series 20 years ago, the giants collapsed in the late innings of game six, later lost the 20 oh two world series. so then i'm angels dusty baker at 73 years, young is now the oldest manager to ever win a world series. well the golden state warriors are back home. they're going to play the sacramento kings tonight at
chase center, hoping to break a losing streak after five straight losses on the road warriors defense gave up more than 121 points at game. sports experts also point out. jordan's poll has been struggling with this shooting and turnovers. and draymond green and klay thompson . they've also had some off games. don't think or records reflective or efforts, so that's good and these guys had a chance to win the game and that's all you can ask from a bunch of new guys and uh, it was a seemed like a road trip from #### but we we're all very grateful to get home in one piece and hopefully started win streak to tonight's game starts at seven pm here's something else. all 30 nba teams are due to play tonight, so the entire league can be off tomorrow for election dairy, and the teams are being asked to encourage their fans go out and vote even use their arenas says polling locations
back in 2020 players were involved in voting, registration drives and other get out the vote. vote initiatives. time is 7 57 will nasa now has a new plan for the next attempt to launch the new moon rocket? nasa has a window starting this coming sunday for the launch of the artemis one rocket. it is back on the launch bed after being rolled out over the weekend of one hour window for the unmanned launch, starting at just after nine p.m. sunday night. this comes after launch attempts earlier this year were scrubbed. the artemus mission is part of nasa's attempt to go back to the moon. and speaking of the moon if you stay up really, really late tonight, look at the sky where set to have a total lunar eclipse tonight in california will have a pretty good view. but steve warns us here in the bay area clouds may block some of that view. maybe all of it. paul
lunar eclipse will last about an hour and a half, starting just after two a.m. until just before three. it will be the last total lunar eclipse. until the year 2025. holding the house runs through california, so we're hours away now from election day, and both democrats and republicans are doing everything they can to secure votes. what you need to know about some of the battles on the ballot. plus we expect to get a new details from police today in the death of alexis gabe, what the community is doing to the 24 year old woman from oakley, who has been missing since january. and the largest jackpot in lottery history. what people are saying about buying their tickets. sales could push the jackpot over $2 billion from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto it is coming up on eight o'clock. welcome the mornings onto on this monday. i'm andre senior. good morning. i'm gasia mikaelian. it is monday, november 7th sunshine
behind us along the oakland estuary steve paulson tomorrow. this time, it will be a different story. it will. indeed. in fact, i think if you look behind you that looks like a strong south wind going up the asteroid. the waves are going the opposite director. what we usually see so yes, we get a break here as gasia mentioned this morning, but it won't last very long here already starting to see some clouds developing it will rapidly move in here, but for a few hours, we'll get a break. and then we'll see more rain possible thunderstorms that waves of rain really are coming in tomorrow. a manic monday here for your weather, mostly clear cold out there, son, then clouds , more rain, possible thunderstorms and staying unseasonably cool for us for a while here with a lot of fifties on the high temps well below average. right over to salad. eight o'clock is the dumbarton. is it better? what what's going on? there is not. you know what happened was the truck was on fire and then obviously it's a big mess. they have to clean out that up. i would say avoid highway 84 dunbarton bridge right now you're not getting through, and that's just put huge pressure on everything around it the same entail bridge
8 80. so when this major bridge goes down, people are scrambling to do something else or going all the way down to 2 37. that's very slow. the peninsula is slow as well. i think this is having a region wide effect. avoid that dumbarton bridge at right now, the san mateo bridge might be a little better, although it's pretty crowded as well to one let's get back to the headlines. election day in the midterms. voters here in california have several state propositions to vote on. many are also choosing local elected leaders as well will bring in ktvu. james torres. you're live in martinez james. this is where the clonic county clerk's office opened up early for early voting later this morning. we'll see some of those voters coming out for in person voting at least just a few of them. gasia good morning to you. but most of the state, including local election offices here, including here in contra costa county, are promoting some of those mail in ballot drop boxes. that's because every registered voter this time around, received a ballot in the mail, and they say that's just the most secure way to do things and the most notable ballot measure might be
proposition one. if passed, he would guarantee a woman's right to an abortion and codified into california's constitution. governor gavin newsom, another state leaders rallied for votes of the weekend. many of those leaders are candidates in their own races, but they've got some comfortable leads. both top democrat and republican leaders are appealing to as many voters as they can hoping to win. the majority in congress, spoke to one man earlier this morning, coming out early to vote and drop off his ballot, and i talked to him about what's driving him to the polls. like everybody. 26 27. those there and 30. yeah. and so that's why i did. some of the most talked about propositions 26 27. they address legalizing sports betting. neither appeared to have enough support to actually pass proposition. 30 calls for taxing millionaires to raise money for electric vehicles, rebates and charging stations. governor newsom opposes that measure, arguing rideshare companies specifically lift will
benefit more than the average citizen. here in contra costa county in person. voting will start a little later this morning at that. you'll have that opportunity to do that up until five o'clock tonight. but of course you can drop off that ballot and any one of these secure ballot boxes at any time up until eight pm tomorrow. election day. rely this morning in martinez. i'm james torres ktvu. fox two news, james. thank you. there are several issues that seem to be driving voters to get out and vote in this midterm election, a new poll by the usc schwarzenegger institute says the cost of living is the top issue for 15% of california voters who were surveyed that was followed by homelessness with 13% 11% climate change as their top issue. crime and affordable housing also ranked high among those polled and be sure to watch ktvu tomorrow for extensive live election coverage . we will get started at four o'clock as polls begin to close on the east coast and bringing the results throughout the day.
police are investigating a spike at home break ins at least 11 burglaries in less than a month. they will happen around dinner time in various neighborhoods. all of the homes were empty at the time. police say thieves usually enter through the backyard got into the health. how homes by smashing glass doors. we interviewed one person whose home was hit. but to re find your jewelry. um. come on, like electronic. and crash residential burglary things a little bit different. i can't recall having this. uh number of burglaries in the short period of time. thieves in one break, install a large safe with nine guns inside because all the homes were empty. investigators are working to learn that the thieves had intimate knowledge of the houses and the patterns of the residents. he said the stanford shopping center in palo alto over the weekend, police say five unarmed men in gray hooded sweatshirts and black masks stormed to the burberry store saturday took several handbags. they're only described as being in their twenties. they threaten the employees and
pushed a security guard. no one was seriously hurt nato five right now, having today the oakley police department will hold a news conference to reveal more details about the death and disappearance of alexis gabe. investigators say the partial remains of the 24 year old were found in amador county last week. the oakley woman was first reported missing back in january after last being seen in any attack. investigators believe her ex boyfriend, marshall jones , is responsible for death. jones was killed by federal officers who were trying to arrest him near seattle that was back in june. alexis games family has posted an image on facebook, showing flowers left on a car in oakland to honor her memory. her family also announced a celebration of life is now scheduled for january. 28th more than a year after she was reported missing happening today, the san francisco unified school district will update its effort to fix ongoing payroll issues for teachers in the city. teachers have been reporting issues with their paychecks for nearly the entire year ever
since the district launched a new payroll system. some teachers say they've been missing money from their paychecks for months, the district says the superintendent will announce major changes this morning at 11 o'clock. also today, lawyers for former thoroughness ceo sandy bell wani is said to be in court where they're expected to try to push back his sentencing because they want more time to prepare. elwani wants his family to be in court with him. his lawyers want to sentencing date moved from next tuesday. two january. elwani facing up to 20 years for fraud in his role in the failed blood testing company, theranos , we're not learning that the two people killed friday night in the crash in redwood city, where parents who left behind two young children a go fund me set up by family of the victims identifies them as greg and grace animal or edmund. they paid said they had 27 year old children. the crash happened near el camino, real and finger avenue. one of the cars in that crash caught fire. three other people reportedly injured in the crash as well. we're still do not know what caused the crash.
the city of berkley is considering banning all right turns on a red light. several proposals are under discussion, such as imposing the ban only on streets with high crash rates or banning right hand turns at all 135 intersections that have stoplights. the goal is to protect pedestrians. san francisco began last year prohibiting right turns at intersections in the tenderloin to help improve safety there. recent rain is certainly some good news on several fronts and what weather helps against the drought. santa rosa fire marshal paul lowenthal says the rain could hopefully put an end to this year's fire season in santa rosa. he says the fire season was not as bad this year partly due to hard work, careful planning and homeowners, leaving plenty of defensible space. we saw those efforts really pay off during the glass fire. with fire , literally burning into fuel breaks around homes and essentially putting itself out. this rain is exactly what we wanted to see the storms that we're looking at with the breaks in between or beneficial for us santa rosa fire foundation will mark the end of the fire season
with a fundraising gala for the fire department. the foundation was formed following the devastating wildfires in sonoma county. to strengthen and expand . the fire department's services have already passed through this morning, but the snow is coming down in the sierra. what a pretty picture a live look from a webcam shot and truckee. it's been snowing there most of the night some gorgeous sunshine right now, keep in mind that there are chain controls in place for both 80 and 50. steve's been reporting there could be several feet of new snow in the next day or two. there in the sierra on top of that good foot of snow we already got last week. time now is 808. i would advise you against even thinking about using that dumbarton bridge. we had that truck fire near the radio towers. they have basically been turning people around westbound. this has put a huge crush on all the commute surrounding it. people are heading south to hayward. look at this commute. i wouldn't want any part of that, and to 37 is slow. people are using the same tale bridges and alternate
that's slightly better. this part looks okay. but just getting to this part looks bad. if you're driving to the bay bridge, it's pretty slow. that's been kind of normal. but again, the bay area bridge crossings are all kind of taking a hit because of that dumbarton bridge will keep following it for you. it's a major issue for that silicon valley commute. eight or nine. let's go back to the desk man's home in nevada county burned to the ground, and he says it was because of a strike from the sky coming up cause this cosmic catastrophe. daylight saving time ended yesterday, giving us all in theory, an extra hour of sleep, but it also increases the dangerous trend on the road is more people are now driving when it's dark after the break a warning for drivers and pedestrians.
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six numbers to become a billionaire. fire it up. we hope we can win it. somebody's gotta win. i don't see why it can't be me. yeah. well at $2, a pop terror shower of one that creek told us she bought $30 in tickets. and like so many of us she is already and she has plans on how to spend that fortune. much of it, she says, will go to help others. gifting. a lot of it away to family and friends, for sure, especially people that are having a hard time. but, um and then i just say, okay, who wants to go on a vacation? that's go. let's go traveling. why not? you can do whatever you want at that point, if by miracle about miracles you do win. one of the first steps is to find a financial advisor when his son managing director, it's sun group wealth partners warned against cashing in the ticket immediately, the financial advisor recommends planning things out and keep the tickets safe by locking it up. sign your ticket. that's the first and most important thing i would use
a black permanent marker. not only do you sign it, but i want you to take pictures of the front and the back and multiple pictures as well. scan it. take photocopies. whatever you do, but don't leave the house with it. yeah do not risk it. son recommends working with an established accountant and financial advisor to guide you through the process, although california requires lottery winners to reveal their names and where they bought the ticket, son says privacy is best change your social media accounts and use the post office box for all correspondence. more homeowners are keeping a close eye on their water use. during this third year of california drought. you've likely seen fewer and fewer lawns in your neighborhood. reporter heather waldman shows us the growing trend of native landscaping, which requires far less water than a lawn. zero escaping. it's a weird sounding word with a pretty simple meaning. it's just a fancy term for really simple concept, which is basically prioritizing low water plants over plants that need more water . traditionally popular grasses
, bushes and other ornamental plants require a lot of water to maintain and is irrigation systems age. even more water can be lost. one of the biggest water wasters in this area is actually leaking pipes with climate change, threatening to shrink the state's water supply . switching to drought tolerant plants can eliminate the need for irrigation systems. davis landscape architecture professor dr haven cures recommends looking for plants that thrive in mediterranean climates so looking at plants from, uh, south africa, australia, chile, de um, california and then the mediterranean region of europe. and saving water is just one of the potential benefits. it's going to reduce your water bill. it's also really good and that you're bringing in by bringing in a lot of like california native plants you can bring in more biodiversity. major landscaping can come with a big price tag here says if you're not ready to swap out the whole on take it one step at a time.
what i advocate is just starting small. i mean, there's the beauty with landscaping is that it takes years to establish. it's going to be there for years , and so you don't have to immediately go out and rip out your entire lawn and replace it with you know these perfect drought tolerant plants. heather waldman reporting their landscape architects also say the diversifying your plantings will help improve the soil in your area as well. also traffic safety experts say the end of daylight saving time could increase the risk of car crashes . many people will now be driving home from work in the dark, and experts say that could lead to increased drowsiness until our bodies adapt to the time change. drivers are reminded to be especially careful over the next few days. you feel differently. you will try it differently anytime the time changes. the effects can be felt for up to a week. and so give yourself a week to get used to everything. doctors say getting more daylight or light during the day will help energize you. they also say that
you can get a quick 20 minute nap during the day as well. 16 let's see if that issue on the dumbarton bridge has unwound itself or if it's pretty much here for the duration. think the ladder there. gasia and andre and this is a big problem for that silicon valley as people the dumbarton bridge. a lot of people use it. we usually do not have slow traffic on it like this. what's happening is there was a truck that was on fire right there on the span. and people. the truck burned up right there. so people are having to do this or they're here, and then they have to make a u turn. they're actually turning people around. and that is putting a lot of pressure on the 8 80 on the same hotel bridge approach on 2 37. people are looking for different ways to get into the valley hearing about this. if you have any flexibility, you may want to put off the trip or using alternate route. let's check out that san mateo bridge has been pretty busy. meanwhile the bait breaks has been slow. we had some slowing still there, which is
not unusual. how we four has been slow. the contra costa commute is a little bit more normal ish. we have some slowing in walnut creek and on 80 westbound. 8 17. let's go back to steve with today's weather. thank you, sir. we're in between that vigorous front. that's boots scooted through their early this morning. it's probably woke you up, and then we got a break but now already approaching rapidly on the marine coast sonoma coast and already moving into mendocino or be the next wave around of rain. and that's going to continue the most of today tonight, tomorrow before it probably starts to wind down wednesday morning, but this is going to be really impressive here for some on rainfall and also especially up in the mountains. shasta trinity sierra, looking really positive for more. a lot of snow. mostly cloudy, more rain, thunderstorms of possibility. very cold core system on the way here, but again. if you need to take care of something i'd do it in the next hour or two because it's everything is going to change pretty rapidly here. wind advisory starts tonight for the immediate coast from monterey to
point reyes strong south wind. we're already seeing a south wind picking up could be up to about 35 45 mph some of the gusts. there will be some rain today. the main rain band will waves of them will come through tomorrow. maybe 1 to 2 inches of rain looks possible here. that is an impressive system here, which you have to understand is that the temperatures? you get up around 10,000 ft. 18,000 ft. and what's with such a strong jet stream? this is a huge deal for this year in nevada. i mean, they will there, there could be some snowfall rates of about three inches per hour tomorrow. they're still getting some light snow up there. i've seen about 3 to 7 inches of new snow overnight. winter storm warnings that would not surprise me. if it's a blizzard warning tomorrow really wouldn't 2 to 5 ft as possible between now and say wednesday afternoon, snow level could get down around 3,504,000 ft. if there's enough available moisture, but you're looking at multiple feet here for some forties on the temps fifties, a cool cool pattern here, if not downright cold, by the time we get to tomorrow. dynamics low dropping in kind of nice for us
this early i around here would not surprise me tomorrow. today, more rain, developing and staying unseasonably cool for us all the wayfriday. i'm not soldn coming in for the weekend, at least not yet. steve thank you 8 20, a barrier of rowers making waves with his sights set on the 2024 olympics coming up the rigorous training routine he hopes will lend him a qualifying position plus back like he's a family dog. he's still a puppy. another french bulldog puppies stolen from a bay area family after the break where this latest theft happened and what you should do to prevent not vo: climate change is fueling a wildfire crisis. destroying our forests. threatening our communities. polluting our air. prop 30 taxes those making over $2 million a year. no one else pays a penny. 30 will reduce
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of a meteorite was responsible for a fire that burned down one man's home happened friday night in a rural area of nevada county north of sacramento. the man says he was at home and he heard a loud bang started to smell smoke. the realized his porch was on fire. as firefighters worked to put out the flames. people showed up to his home, saying they saw a bright flash in the sky just before i had one individual. tell me about it first. and like, okay, i will put that the back of my mind. but then more people. 234 more started coming in and talking about it, they said. it's a one in four trillion chance. so, uh, i guess i might be buying a
lottery ticket today. family says they're still recovering after that fire destroyed their home. the fire department says it will take about two weeks to learn exactly what started the fire. another bay area dog owner, is pleading for the return of her stolen dog last friday in san leandro, around three in the afternoon. ashanti hamilton's, says her seven month old french bulldog gucci disappeared from a parking lot. she says that while she ran a quick errand, she rolled down her car windows to give gucci and her older dog hennessy, some fresh air, but when she got home, she realized only hennessy was still in the car. somebody definitely open the door. so what? i'm thinking maybe the flat windows. we didn't really know. maybe pregnant too much, but definitely not enough for him to jump out. no. they were both dogs in the car, but only one was taken. he's a puppy. this is just one of several reports of stolen french bulldogs across the bay area this past year. the selling price of these popular dogs more than $5000 each is seen as the motivating factor here. survey
shows that family caregivers need more support. the study by the cleveland clinic found that 36% of caregivers suffer from anxiety and depression. this is significantly higher than non caregivers. 70% of the respondents say they need emotional and mental health breaks, although more than half say, taking days off from their mental health is not realistic. runners braved the wet and foggy weather for the 21st annual golden gate half marathon over the weekend. runners started near aquatic park, crossed over the golden gate bridge twice and then ended in front of ghirardelli square. thousands of runners participated in this year's event. i have four children, and this year i made a running goal that i was going to run a race race in each of the cities where they live, and this is four. half marathon first place winners for the men's and women's are robert miranda with an time of one hour, six minutes 53 seconds. clara peterson came in with a time of one hour 19
minutes and four seconds. congratulations to all thousands of runners also laced up for the new york city marathon, with 50,000 runners. participating organizers say this was the first full capacity marathon since the beginning of the pandemic. 26.2 mile race began at staten island went through all five boroughs before ending in central park. on several sites shows taking over east bay streets. the other dangerous activity led to that kept police officers on their toes, and even twitter and other big name tech companies push more employees to come back to the office for barry companies are rethinking their work culture, letting their employees work from wherever how this is impacting employee performance and where exactly, it's happening. this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids.
yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. domestic battery. embezzlement. misuse of public funds. lily mei not only stood by fremont's disgraced city manager instead of the victim. behind closed doors, she brokered a deal giving him hundreds of thousands of your tax dollars. we can't trust lily mei. aisha wahab is a leader we can count on to improve public safety, invest in schools, and lower costs for families.
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control of congress is top of mind. for many voters. californians have a number of key issues to decide as well will detail an emerging trend with voter turnout. then more tech layoffs could come in the days ahead, and some laid off twitter workers are now being called back while the focus is on silicon valley giants and what could be major changes. from ktvu. fox two news this morning's onto good morning and welcome back. i'm gasia mikaelian the end andre senior. today is monday, november 7th of november 7th or rather, it is a 29 on the dot right now, and we're doing well in the weather department is much clearer today and see what i'd like to say about this type of weather is we're getting some rain and sunshine rain that
sunshine's we're not delusion with rain all at once, causing all kinds of problems. i think tomorrow will be a little different story, but so far you're correct. that has been a nice case there. i think the fire marshal fire chief up in san rose said the same thing. we're not getting too much too soon, or just getting the right amount. but tomorrow is going to be a really, i think pretty heavy rain day and heavy snow day. but yes, we see one system zip through. then we get a break while the next band is just about ready to move on, short haired already has to the north. so i'm manic monday on the weather here, it's going to be we get a break here in the morning, but not very long, son for a brief pit than clouds, but more rain. possible thunderstorms are on the way and there's going to be some really heavy rain late tonight. tomorrow fifties on the highs 8 30 in the morning on a monday and we have to have all places go to the dumbarton bridge. yes we have some better news. they finally opened up all the lanes and they have cleared this truck crash that happened. it was actually a truck fire. i should say on the dumbarton bridge right near the radio towers have opened up all the lanes, but
it's going to take a while for this to unwind. we had all the lanes blocked. westbound people are being turned around. it really put a lot of pressure on 8 80 or probably wondering, i don't even use the dumbarton bridge. why is this so terrible? well from hayward, fremont and people were finding out about the problem and then heading down to 2 37 to 37 is packed the dumbarton bridge. i'm sorry. the same mateo bridge was also pretty heavy. look at that. so i would suggest if you can put off the trip for a bit because it's going to take a while for all of this to unwind. it's 8 31. let's get back to the desk south. thank you. tomorrow's midterm election could change the balance of power in congress. both parties are engaged in last minute campaigning. midterm elections historically favored the party that's not in power. political analysts say that republicans appeared likely to take control of the house, but control of the senate is less certain. they need to turn just one seat to gain control. in that chamber. two former presidents hit the campaign trail over the weekend, reminding americans about what's at stake. truth. and facts. and
logic. and reason. and basic decency are on the ballot. democracy itself is on the ballot. the stakes are high. if you want to stop the destruction of our country and save the american dream, then there's tuesday, you must vote republican in a giant red millions of americans have already voted numbers point to a record setting turnout for a midterm election once election day is behind us city leaders in reminding people the campaign signs do not go in the recycling bin. most signs are made of materials that can be recycled all at once. well some people are upscale the up, cycle the signs and make them into things like bird houses. you encouraged to save and reuse what you can such as maybe saving those metal stands for use in another election cycle. we have extensive live coverage for you on the air and online leading up to and including election day.
ktvu .com has tools to help you get ready to vote and track your results. look for the election section when you had to ktvu dot com elon musk will now wait until after tomorrow's midterm elections to unveil a new subscription service for twitter . twitter is delaying the rollout due to concerns that users could pay for verified account to impersonate someone else, such as a public figure. the service is expected to be $8 a month for verification, plus a number of other features, too. buying a verification. it seems absurd to me because it is against the point of a verification. it's possible that twitter could fail. if busk makes the kinds of changes that pushes a lot of people away. twitter has already suspended some comedians accounts, including kathy griffin, who used her elon musk account to urge voters to protect abortion rights. some civil rights groups have written an open letter to twitter's top 20 advertisers, asking them to pause their deals until musk specifies, which changes he plans to make to the platform. more signs bay area
tech companies are tightening their belts as we head into the holidays, talk that meta facebook and instagram parent company will announce major layoffs this week. kate easily rasmus upstairs now to run down some of the expected cuts in the local tech sector. well, the announcement about medals possible layoffs could come as early as this wednesday, and if the committee does go through with them, as reported it would be the first mass layoffs and metas nearly 18 year history that is the parent company, of course of facebook, instagram and what and whatsapp it's based in menlo park. that has more than 87,000 employees worldwide back in september to put a freeze on hiring now, there are numerous reports that meta plans to lay off some of its workforce , possibly by the hundreds of people now in an earnings call last month, met executives warned that they expect to end 2023 as a quote, slightly smaller organization. it's all part of a trend in recent weeks , with many bay area tech companies laying off hundreds of workers. they're preparing for the wars. that's that's the underlying theme of everything
going on now, a lot of companies they're looking at the possibility of a recession. we're going to see in 2023. they don't want to be caught. you know off guards by doing it after fact, another social media giant twitter cut nearly 3700 jobs are almost half of its workforce on friday, after elon musk took over. that prompted a lawsuit for not giving employees the legally required amount of advanced notice, according to the independent newsletter platform, or some twitter employees are now being asked to return because the company may in fact have cut too much of its stuff right? your company lift also announced it's cutting 680 jobs and the financial payments . startup stripe based in silicon valley, announced it was cutting 1000 jobs, according to business insider apple internally announced a hiring freeze that will remain in place for at least the next year. amazon also says it plans to pause hiring for some of its corporate roles. but google says even though hiring has slowed, there are no plans for it to enact a hiring. freeze. gasia
and andre back to you, ali rasmus. thank you. police in several bay area cities had a busy weekend, responding to side shows just before midnight on saturday, vallejo police broke up a sideshow where hundreds of vehicles were involved. this happened near the blue rock springs golf club lasted for about 15 to 20 minutes before police broke it up. take a look at this video. taken as a participants were leaving with the woman sitting on top of a car in traffic on interstate 80 video of another sideshow that happened in rodeo just after midnight on sunday morning, a group of cars and spectators gathered near the phillips carbon plant of highway four crowds there took off after gunshots were heard in the area. no injuries reported. in richmond, police broke up a sideshow outside hilltop mall. some of the cars here participating came dangerously close to hitting some spectators. gunshots are heard on video during a sideshow in hayward early sunday morning. this would happen here. the hayward water treatment plant
had lasted for more than an hour. so far, there have been no reports of injuries or arrests in any of the side shows over the weekend. coming up at 8 37. right now, the berry is home to one of the best rowers in the country. the us rowing team named ben davidson. it's male athlete of the year. ktvu cristina rendon has a story of his accomplishments. sc trades now for the 2024 olympics. every morning 26 year old ben davidson gets his vote at the california rowing club and heads to the water before sunrise around around 5 30, then i'll make my way over here for practice. he trains on the oakland estuary for roughly 90 minutes. he's in his own building, cardio and strength. i enjoy it. it's nice being out there. it's almost relaxing. it's like the fun part of my day, and then i go to work and then come back and do it again. it's been a good year for davison. he won bronze at the world cup in poland over the
summer and single schools finished eighth for the u. s at the world championships in the czech republic last month and was just named the 2022 male athlete of the year by us rowing. pictured here being honored in new york city this week. there was a bit of a surprise. yeah i didn't know there was like i said, there was a lot of great athletes on the team this year, so i didn't really think of it. i assumed someone else would win it so, yeah, it was. it was a nice surprise. davison joined the california rowing club in 2019 under head coach michel teddy. just outworks everyone. i mean, he's a driven serious committed guy, although he's a great team guy, i think individually he has all you know, i tell his mom and dad that they did a good job with him. what's your end goal? medal at the olympics. yeah that's where to, you know, ambitiously to win the olympics next opportunity, the 2024 summer olympics in paris right now, davidson says he can wrote 2000 m in about six minutes and 45 seconds. it gets stressful in
this year, the year before the olympics because this is where things can go wrong. and if you find yourself not in qualifying position, you're the olympics are over for it could be over for you even a year out. i do think if ben continues and stays healthy. he's you know, he's he's going to be a medalist and i think will be an olympic medalist. we just didn't know he would. achieve what he has so quickly, says davidson has the technical skills, physiology and psychology to go the distance in this endurance sports. i'm feeling good. we've got a great team. i've got a great great coaching staff helped me out. so i feel like we're on the right track and we're progressing and getting better. and that was cristina rendon reporting for us . now here's steve paulson again with a look at the forecast studying picture to end that package. nice days ahead or nice day ahead for us here today in the parking lot last week, i was leaving and the fabulous cristina rendon with walking in and i had not seen her in 2.5 years. i was gonna say yeah. you guys don't run into each other a whole lot, and it was great to
see her because she's one of the good ones around. yes yes. all right, let's get to it here, andres, right. we have a little break here, but it's not going to last very long. we're getting some sun here. but again, i think we're on borrowed time for that. saint alina picked up a half over half inch of rain. calistoga did as well. gary converse or observer, their amount tamil pious, just shy dio picked up 45 1 hundred's rainfall totals were higher in the higher elevations. as you might imagine, although cassandra did pick up over half inch of rain, canfield, 10.39 milpitas and fremont had really good rain around midnight. midnight 12 30 over a quarter of an inch, almost a third. santa rosa quarter. venetia napa palo alto, all the 16 hundreds. the city are observer. michael pollan's again 13 100 dublin picked up 12. these are probably going to be about right monday through wednesday. the total rainfall highest amount santa cruz mountains, i think along skyline also, mount tamalpais can filled up to the russian river, but an inch to an inch and a quarter inch and a half should cover it from any already. the next round is not going to take long. it's knocking on the door. they're
already moving onshore sonoma coast just off the marine coast. so the next couple of hours we're going to go cloudy again, but more rain on the way there will be waves of rain coming in starting tonight and tomorrow. there's also a little bit of a law down in the sierra, but they are going to measure the snowfall in feet after everything is said and done. fifties on the temps mix of sun and clouds, some cold lows, mainly in the forties. this is a really cold air mass, then turning cloudy again. more rain possible thunder showers on the way a wind advisory starts tonight for the coast. the immediate coast from monterey to point reyes. gusta 45 mph out of the south are likely we'll get some rain today. tuesday is the main rain day. if you don't have to go anywhere tomorrow, tomorrow will be a good day to hunker down. i think 1 to 2 inches will fall with multiple feeding the mounds. that's a really cold system that's coming in. for this time of year. it's going to drop in. and then there were projections that might go south. it looks like by tuesday night wednesday morning. it's going right over us. and if that's the case, then we're going to have a lot going on
here in the next 48 hours, a little bit of snow hanging on for this year, it will pick up the later winter storm warning is already out already 3 to 7. i think 3 to 7 inches of snow fell there overnight, but 2 to 5 ft as possible between now and wednesday night, and you can see some of the projections here, especially for kirkwood and some above 7000. ft. are going to be really high here. the low though , plays into our weather today, tomorrow and wednesday morning before finally kicking out of here, but it's about ready to make its move again here so not much way of sunshine left fifties on attempts for most could be a few soft, soft sixties on those highs. very cold lots going on through wednesday. then it kicks out. i think we're looking at an okay weekend right now, you guys steve paulson. thank you. it's 8 42. now look, even with a nationwide jobs report that was better than expected. many people. tech workers in particular are feeling uneasy about their jobs coming up on the nine. we're talking live with an expert about that idea of career cushioning and had a better position yourself for any uncertainty ahead. country that
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confidential conversations with top aides to russian president vladimir putin in recent months . the journal reports that it's an effort to reduce the risk of a broader conflict over ukraine to keep communications channels open. and russia continues to attack ukraine's power grid, leaving millions of people without electricity, also the power plants of ukraine's biggest private utility, have been damaged. five million people across the country have no electricity as crews work to repair damaged power lines. we have no choice to defend our country and to find a solution to keep lighting on. keep this country beat heated and keep our people in the country to fight concerns are increasing about a humanitarian crisis heading into winter. high temperatures and kiev are in the forties today, with lows dipping into the thirties. right now, world leaders are in egypt for the united nations climate change summit. the annual conference aims to discuss ways to cut emissions and confront the effect of major weather events
more than 100. world leaders are attending. one delegate from senegal called for urgent global cooperation. a sense of urgency. it's not fair. for the people to be moving from wherever they are meeting at such a big place and then walk out without anything else. people high expectations back home. they want us to make progress because of the people that can't manage to be here. and we hope that they reach and industrialized countries can really be fair, especially us and china. the us delegation is headed to the event with a number of high level cabinet members. president biden also said to travel to egypt and speak at the conference on friday. well more and more barria tech companies are requiring their workers to return to the office. some are bucking that trend, allowing employees to decide where they want to work, according to the chronicle, some of the companies that are flexible about work from home or hybrid arrangements include doordash, cloudflare and dropbox. chronicle says the company say that productivity remains high and employee satisfaction is increasing due to a better work life balance
that comes from working from home. a warning from apple, taking a bite out of the stocks ominous zac sos social media companies really are in focus as the midterm elections have been heated, and the concern over misinformation and disinformation continues to grow. pam cook is upstairs now with this and a lot more in dollars and cents. certainly a big, very important topic, especially right now, meta reports it has invested an additional $5 million ahead of the elections in fast fact checking efforts. tiktok's says it does not allow political ads as its goal is to be an entertainment platform. however. global witness reports. 90% of election disinformation adsit tested were approved by tiktok and their investigation found facebook was only quote partially effective in detecting and removing problematic election ads. as that opening bell rang this morning. apple stock headed lower after warning that shipments for its new iphone 14 will be delayed because of covid restrictions in china that is impacting china's overall economy, as well as we
take a live look at the big board on the new york stock exchange, the dow jones has held study to about half of a percent gain today. the s and p 500 up slightly right now it's lost a little bit of his earlier gains and the nasdaq down just a little bit at this hour. a report by a congressional panel found that some companies have been using the cover of inflation to raise prices excessively. that report produced by the house subcommittee on economic and consumer policy, says american corporations are reporting the highest profit margins in the u . s. has seen in more than 70 years, and it says many of those companies hiked prices far beyond what their costs were, which increased inflation even more. the committee recommends that legislation should be passed to address excessive price hikes. a new report finds that the top 10 fast growing population centers in the u. s including san francisco are moving economic activity away from the east coast. that report by the keenan institute of private enterprise, says the top
fast growing areas are the san francisco bay area. austin texas , seattle, raleigh and durham, north carolina and dallas. researchers compiled the list by considering factors including employment rates and economic output. they say the san francisco bay area along with austin top the list because of the strong tech industry in both of those places. and oakland is one of the city's getting amazon's new custom electric delivery vans just in time for the busy holiday season. more than 1000 rivian tvs have been making their way across cities across the country since july, delivering millions of packages forhe first holiday season and it is part of amazon's commitment to the climate pledge with zero emission deliveries. conversion is expected to eliminate millions of metric tons of carbon per year. the delivery vans also have new safety features, including automatic emergency braking and 360 degree cameras. i'm pam cook, that's a look at your dollars and cents. all right. thank you so much, pam. economists predict
retailers will face pandemic fallout this holiday season and let's have detected a trend in the buying habits of americans. folks tried tired of being cooped up during the pandemic are spending money on experiences and services such as travel, lodging and restaurants. mastercard reports business is not as good for home furnishings and appliances, which soared during the pandemic. ticket sales for music and sporting events are another example of americans wanting to go out more concert promoter live nation is experiencing double digit growth. budweiser says it expects to sell more beer at the world cup in the country guitar than it normally cells in the entire year. when the entire conservative muslim country, the company's chief supply officer, told bloomberg had shipped all that beer to the gulf country via ships, then find places and they have to find places to refrigerated. people visiting the world cup can only buy beer if they have a ticket to the match, and it can only be purchased before and after the match, but not during guitar is not a dry country, but it
restricts who can buy alcoholic beverages and where ktvu s 20th annual one warm coat drive as well underway if you have a gently warrant coder jacket you'd like to donate to a bay area family. please take it to any participating apps store. big oh tire shop. there are dozens of drop off locations all around the bay area you can head to ktvu dot com slash one warm coat for a long list of locations. the one warm coat drive is happening now and runs through december 4th. for rational break ins and a normally quiet neighborhood when you join us on the nine what police in palo alto are saying about how the thieves are getting into people's homes? what the nba is doing tonight to encourage fans across the country to get out and vote in the midterm elections tomorrow and what players won't be doing at all
domestic battery. embezzlement. misuse of public funds. lily mei not only stood by fremont's disgraced city manager instead of the victim. behind closed doors, she brokered a deal giving him hundreds of thousands of your tax dollars. we can't trust lily mei. aisha wahab is a leader we can count on to improve public safety, invest in schools, and lower costs for families. she's endorsed by the democratic party and planned parenthood. aisha wahab for state senate.
as a big league manager. saturday night, the houston astros defeated the philadelphia phillies 4 to 1 in game six of the world series to win it all. astro manager dusty baker won a world series as a player with the los angeles dodgers back in 1981. but houston's victory was baker's first world series title and his 25 seasons as a major league manager. how about the mass stones? bunch of guys, they told me in spring training. that they are gonna win. now what's next? party. already. bay area baseball fans. remember baker was the manager of the giants during san francisco's heartbreaking loss in the world series exactly 20 years ago. the giants collapsed in the late innings of game six and later
lost 22,002 world series to the anaheim angels. baker at 73 is now the oldest manager to ever win a world series. the warriors are back at home to face off with the sacramento kings tonight at chase center, hoping to break a losing streak after five straight losses on the road warriors defenses, giving them giving up more than 121 points a game sports analysts here note that jordan's pool appears to be struggling with the shooting and turnovers they say draymond green and klay thompson, both look like they lost a step. don't think our records reflective or efforts, so that's good and these guys had a chance to win the game and that's all you can ask from a bunch of new guys and uh, it was a seemed like a road trip from #### but we we're all very grateful to get home in one piece and hopefully start a win streak to offer tonight's game seven o'clock all 30 nba teams are set to play tonight so the entire league can be offered tomorrow, which is election day. teams are being asked to encourage fans to
get out and vote even use their arenas as polling locations in 2020 players were involved in voting, registration drives and other get out the vote initiatives. hundreds of people lined san francisco streets for the city's veterans day parade. military vehicles, beds, classic cars, flags and dignitaries joined the parade along north point street. veterans parade. participants and spectators were happy to honor those who put their lives on the line for the nation. backstreet boys paid tribute last night to singer aaron carter, the younger brother of band member nick carter after his unexpected death over the weekend. tonight. sports. members yesterday. video posted on twitter shows kevin richardson, speaking to a crowd in london, as nick carter is comforted by members of the band aaron carter was found dead at his home in southern california
saturday. the carter shared a message on instagram about his younger brother's death, saying, in part my heart is broken, even though my brother and i have had a complicated relationship my love for him has never ever faded. now you can finally have the piece you could never find here on earth. i love you, baby brother. he also said addiction and mental illness is the real villain here. aaron carter was 34 years old. there's now a new plan for the next attempt to launch nasa's new moon rocket. nasa now has a window starting this coming sunday for the launch of the artemis one rocket , which is back on the launch pad. after being rolled out this weekend. there will be a one hour window for the unmanned launch, starting at just after nine p.m. saturday night or sunday night. it comes after launch attempt earlier this year was scrubbed. the artemus missions are part of nasa's attempt to go back to the moon. you stay up really, really late tonight. take a look at the skies. we are set for a total lunar eclipse tonight and
california will have one of the best views of it. though steve tells us here in the bay area, we might have issues with clouds . the full lunar eclipse will last nearly an hour and a half, starting just after two in the morning until just before three. this will be the last total lunar eclipse visible to us until 2025. or just one day away from the midterm elections, and both sides of the aisle are doing what they can to secure votes. what you need to know about some of the most contested issues on the ballot. then the almost year long saga of missing oakley woman alexis cape has come to an end, as investigators say they found her partial remains the new details expected today and how the community is honoring her. also ahead just days after twitter announces layoffs one major tech companies following suit preparing for the wars, that's that's the underlying theme of everything going on now details behind the latest tech giant that's reportedly cutting thousands of jobs.
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