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round of crews are speeding up their efforts. good morning. we are live out of the rock ford station in oakland. part hoping a new program will help stop a very serious problem. brian flores is out there. he will talk about the safety measures that bart wants to make and make sure that you know about them as well. especially if you ride a bike. good morning. it's friday, december 5th i'm pam cook. >> you did it. your favorite day of the week. >> i made it. >> good morning, i'm dave clark. let's talk about weather and traffic. steve paulson's favorite day as well. he wants you to pay attention
because it may rain. >> it may a little bit but i think the morning commute is okay. the afternoon commute, evening could be a little tough as our system gets a little closer. it's still giving us some light rain. we are still getting light rain. snow will be very high. this is another mild to warm system. it looks like rain developing out of the valley. we've had a couple reports up around windsor. it looks like it's very light. right near point rays as well. and then also coming right into san jose and the santa cruz mountains. over all cloudy. the rain picks up a little bit later. temperatures in the 50s to near 60 degrees. it will pick up a little later. maybe some thunderstorm activity as well. cloudy, rain. rain picks up late morning and early afternoon. continues into the evening. heaviest will be to the north.
60 z on your temps. here is sal. steve, good morning to you. f we are going pretty well. traffic is looking good in most areas. a little slow at the bay bridge toll plaza. which is normal. but the 880 approach still looks good. we are also taking airplane -- airline deplays. we will keep an eye on that for you. no problems at sfo or san jose either. and we're looking at the commute on 80. the traffic is moving along okay. if you are driving on 80 just pull back and show you the entire bay area here. as i scroll through, we don't see a lot of red on the maps. i see a little slowing on 880 southbound in hayward which is typical but it's not too bad. takes an important step to
sending astronauts to mars. >> three, two, one, and lift off. at dawn. the dawn of orion and the new era of american space exploration. >> this happened possibly when you were sleeping. they blasted off at 4:05 this morning pacific time. orion will orbit earth twice before splashing down in the pacific ocean south of san diego. ha is scheduled for 8:28 this morning. engineers at nasa and ames helped develop orion. the work crews are going as fast as they can to fix that big sink hole. the one in san francisco before the next storm comes in this afternoon. it opened up during wednesday's rainstorm at the intersection of sixth and lake in the richmond district. coming up for you at 6:30, ktvu alex savidge is out there. he will tell us when the repair work on that sink hole should
be finished. make sure you stay right here with ktvu news for all the coverage. you can get the current and weather conditions. bart is ramping up efforts to stop bike thefts at its stations with a new program to protect passengers from having their wheels stolen. and brian flores is at the rockridge bart station. >> reporter: you know that bikes are allowed on bart, it's not necessarily a bad thing. many people use that to take advantage of that. at least from barts standpoint it's important to have more bike racks. but also includes educating people about how to keep your bikes secure. representatives from bike east bay will be on hand at bart stations during the evening commute hours. sharing tips and handing out free prevention materials. bikes are allowed on bart, but bart encourages riders who
don't need your bike on both ends of your route to use bike parking. the plan is to expand those options to more bart stations. there are also bike stations under control. officials with bart say they are planning bike stations at concord and pleasant hill stations. they hope to to have those open sometime next year. brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. the city of san jose has
been -- many more still have no place to go. >> we're already homeless and now we are displaced homeless. they don't want us on the streets yet they are taking this away from us. >> the new stats show about 5,000 people are on the streets of san jose most nights. as for all of that debris out there stacked up in the jungle, it's going to take about two weeks to clear it all out. >> sunday's big game between the raiders and 49ers is now sold out. that means fans not heading to the oakland coliseum can watch the battle of the bay right here on ktvu channel 2. the kick off 1:25 sunday afternoon. sunday's game is the first time since 2002 that the raiders have hosted the 49ers at the coliseum. that was the same year the raiders advance to the super bowl. >> let's hope it's peaceful and fun. it is beginning to look a lot like the holidays all over the bay area. and ktvu tara moriarty is on a
holiday tour of all the fun events in san francisco going on this weekend. last hour she took us on cal trains holiday train and tara, now you're in union square. i'm liking the lights over your shoulder. it's a pretty picture. >> it really is. the lights are twinkling and it looks fantastic out here. it definitely gets you into the holiday spirit. and there is also this beautiful wreaths that are in the windows at macy's and around the corner actually i don't know if you've had a chance to see this either but the humane society has window. a couple windows. and they have pretty darn cute kittens and puppy there is. the ice skating rink at union square is now closed but it will open at 10:00 this morning. that runs until 11:30 at night. so if you never had the chance to do that, it is a really great family event. it's really neat being outside with the holiday decorations around you. tickets are $11 general
admission. children eight and under will cost you $7 and skate rentals are $6. singles on ice was last night. they will have doctoring queens on ice. a lot of glits and glitter expected. many can grab hot cocoa. coming up next we will head over to the fairmont hotel where they have a gigantic ginger bread house. we will talk to the lead pastry chef. that should be enough to get you hungry. we are live on san francisco's juneon square i'm -- union square i'm tara moriarty. >> all right. we will be following you all morning long. time is 6:08. hundreds of people arrested in protests over the use of deadly force by police. coming up at 6:30 you will see the demonstrations still taking place around the nation and the new training for new york city police just ordered by the mayor. >> also a dangerous and powerful typhoon is headed for the philippines. how organizations right here in the bay area are getting ready to help families that have been
evacuated. >> cloudy skies this morning. most of the morning commute should be dry. this has just been a little bit of rain. the afternoon and evening commute has been a bit off. i'm the first to admit, i'm not the best student. i got into my back-up college, but on the acceptance letter it did say, please be aware, you barely squeaked in." which is why our new thermostat is the last thing i need. it's called the nest "learning" thermostat. it learns the temperature you like and programs itself to save you money. now my parents keep saying, "why can't you be more like the thermostat." not a confidence booster. the nest learning thermostat. welcome to a more thoughtful home.
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downgraded over night but winds are still expected to reach up to 145 miles an hour and waves may get up to 45 feet high. the storm is headed for the same area already devastated by super typhoon hyon last year. we talked to people here in the bay area that have family members in the philippines. while the storm is not supposed to be as strong as hyon. a storm of places hit by the storm, they will still recovering. rosemary miguel says her family survived the last storm, but she is worried about their safety this time around. >> if it's going to hit us hard or even close to how it was with hyon, they are going to go through the same thing. they are going to be suffering again. >> bay area organizations are really keeping a close eye on that storm. they are getting ready to help out. they are looking at ways they send money and food to the families that need them.
teenage sailor from hayward survived that bombing raid. michele bachmann michele bachmann got to talk to him. the veteran says he was not scared that day. he was just trying to survive. >> reporter: curious about his crops, he's a proud man walking his land. >> what is your favorite thing to eat that you grow? >> almost anything. but apricots. >> reporter: he is quite the character. >> look at the size of that sucker. >> reporter: a gardener. >> peppers. >> reporter: a story teller. >> i was at the the scene of all of them right there. >> reporter: takes us back to when he was 19. and at pearl harbor. december 7th, 1941. >> man your stations, this is no joke. man your stations. battle stations. >> reporter: back row, right with the mustache, he was an electrician on the uss san francisco. she was just off battleship row
preparing for repairs. >> i got underneath this right here. >> reporter: 3500 americans were killed or wounded. >> what am i going to do? i had one choice. they are either going to let me out or sink me. so what do you want? i want to go out. >> reporter: so he also proudly served aboard this ship. the uss hornet. on the 73rd anniversary of the attack at pearl harbor, it will be aboard the hornet that he will share his memories of that fateful day. a day his wife says he does not like to talk about too often. >> he did not talk about the service for years and years. like most of us, it's too painful to talk about. >> with the little money they had the two who met in hayward after the war met in reno. >> she knows she was treated well. >> reporter: 64 years later the love. >> it was so quick. i wasn't sure i was married or not. >> reporter: and laughter are still there. >> have 18 battle scars.
21 all together. even got a good conduct one which really surprised me. >> i got about eight, nine trees. it's enough for me. >> reporter: after the navy they had four children. he built homes and cared for his yard. >> years ago right now would be pruning time. >> reporter: he calls it a hobby now but in the eyes you can see the passion. >> that is the size apricots that will fit into that box right there. >> reporter: dedication as he watches land on this school december day and brief moment he talked about his passion. >> i'm very proud of myself. and i don't like to take crap from nobody. you know. the moral of the story walk the deck with pride. and that is what i do. >> reporter: and silverer a navy veteran, a pearl harbor survivor. 73 years later still walking his deck with pride. mike mibach ktvu channel 2 news. >> what a treat to get to meet
him. the uss hornet will hold a special ceremony honoring those that lost their lives. ed will be the special guest speaker there. >> such a great story. and brought back some emotions for you because you went there. >> i did. i don't know if you have been there, but of course this all happened before we were born. and i was so taken aback by the emotions i felt going out on the arizona in pearl harbor. >> i happen to know that a lot of ww ii veterans watch our show. because i see hill. they say i'm retired and watch your show and love it. salute to them. they're watching now. >> it's an honor to get to meet them. >> and they don't have to deal with the traffic. so let's do the traffic that those guys and gals from that time don't have to deal with him. westbound bay bridge it's
backed up to a 20-25 minute delay. it's always funny. say this is a look at north and southbound 880. the traffic is moving well. if you are going to the oakland airport, it shouldn't be too bad. if we put up the map of the east bay, it's not all that bad. if you drag it over more into the center here, usually see a lot more red by this hour. but we're not asking any questions. we're just going to leave it the way it is. it's looking pretty good. let's go to steve. sal, i love that story we just ran by mike mibach. >> he did a good job. >> i'm a world war ii buff so ha is -- so that is interesting. we do have cloudy skies. here is some light rain. it will pick up a little bit later as the next system moves in. two forecast models are very cold and wet.
heavy rain will be focused to the north. still rain son the way. light rain in the morning. just mainly cloudy. it will be heavier for the afternoon commute. there is not a lot going on until about noon when this system inches closer. but then it starts to roll in here by 3:00 takes us into 6:00, 5:00, that tells you it will be probably pretty tough here on the evening commute. there might be a little break later tonight by 10:00. and then sweeps over into early saturday morning. there will still be some rain. probably about 8:00 in the morning things will calm down. a little bit of rain coming out of medesto and the valley. for us it's a lot of cloud cover. light rain to very light. it looks like some up near fort bragg but not a lot. and coming in along the coast. we are waiting for this system to move in. for most of the morning commute it looks pretty quiet. michael says it has misty light
rain conditions. it looks like it's picking up a little bit. it's on its way. everything is so moist. so much moisture in the air. there are a few thundershowers possibly later this afternoon and today. 50s mainly. to 60 degrees at sfo. 31 tahoe. no warnings up in the sierra. his is a warm system as well. it looks like rain until about 7,000 feet. 50s for many here. a lot of cloud cover moving back in. possibility of brief heavy rain. the focus will be to the in order. now again we will get some rain. some areas to the south. everybody is in on this rain and the heavier amounts again look what happens by sunday it starts to move back in. cloudy with rain. rain picks up later though. it's kind of quietier. heaviest to the north bay. rain is on the way for late morning and early afternoon. after early morning saturday rain it will clear out. next system will come in sunday
afternoon and evening. we've got a bright tuesday and wednesday. does not look like thursday or friday. >> thank you, steve. this morning commerce department reports the trade gap narrowed a bit in october. u.s. exports increased 1.2%. the u.s. continues to import $43 worth of products. u.s. oil costs decrease as global oil prices slump. the u.s. trade gap is almost 5% lower than it was this time last year. copy giant is opening up the starbucks reserve roasting room. it will feature craft coffee blend, coffee master that will
demonstrate brew cough fie. a coffee bean crisis they will start at $6 a bag. time is 6:20. it was stolen in the middle of the night. the plea from these owners of a south bay candy store. they want thieves to give back the priceless treasures. >> another lost ring saved in the sewer. to help crews find the jewelry.
welcome back to the ktvu channel 2 morning news. 6:24. east bay family is look for justice two years after 50-year- old pamela mullens was shot in the head while riding her bike. just a block from her apartment. her family held a vigil last night hoping someone will come forward with information. berkeley police say they don't think the killing was random. police are offering a $15,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. time 16:24. we will change gears. we will talk about this story here. some city workers in pacifica they are being praised, credited for going beyond the call of duty. they helped a couple retrieve a
lost engagement ring that went down the sewer. larry says his ring slipped off his finger, went down a flushing toilet. he thought it was gone for good until he saw a story we did on here. so he called pacifica sewage department. the crew just happened to be in the area doing pipe maintenance work. they wanted to help out. they used a camera, put it down the sewage pipe. the water is usually pretty murky but all the rain made it pretty clear. >> it was gold so it was very exciting. we had a light on the camera and so we were able to see it quite well. it stars and moon lined up. we had the right conditions. >> it wasn't something in their job description. it was something they wanted to do. >> the ring looks good. that ring had gone about 1,000 feet from their house.
the new devil slide tunnel south of pacifica will be closed for six hours starting at 10:00 tonight. it has nothing to do with the recent stormy weather. they are shutting down the weather. san francisco also putting tons of sand back where it came from. 42,000 tons of sand will be moved down to the south end. they pushed sand from the south end of the beach to the north and as it builds up, it's hard for people to get to the beach. it can also bury wildlife habitats. the sand moving project is scheduled for bay area projects. coming -- and the race is on this morning to repair this massive sink hole in san
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welcome back. good morning to you. we are taking you live in san francisco. we are right by that big sink hole. still blocked off this morning. you know it opened up during wednesday's storm and steve told you more rain is coming our way today. coming up in two minutes, ktvu alex savidge will tell us what the crews out there are doing
today and how long they think it will take to completely fix this sink hole problem. stay tuned. good morning. thank you for joining us, ktvu channel 2 morning news. it's pam's day. friday, december 5th i'm dave clark. >> good morning, i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. 6:29 is the time. it will be a wet friday evening commute. >> it sure looks like it. we do have cloudy skies. you might -- been a few reports of light rain but not too much. this afternoon things will pick up a little bit. cloudy and mild out there. dave, have you stepped outside yet? >> it's tranquil. >> it is kind of quiet out there. rain picks up. breezy. possibility of thundershowers. i will show you that in a second. there are a few little areas. might get a little break later this afternoon but over all looks like a cloudy day.
for us out to the valley it looks like sacramento is picking up more than us. a few little reports coming out of the santa cruz mountains. things are beginning to show right near sunnyvale and saratoga. we're all right for the morning commute. the afternoon and evening looks tough. >> and there is a strong correlation between collisions and rain. may not be a causal link, we don't know, but yo know how it
goes. when it rains people get into crashes. keep that in mind. this is a look at 280 northbound as you get up to highway 17. it is moving along pretty well. as steve mentioned some rain over the santa cruz mountains. 580 is better than it normally is. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, there is a little bit of a backup here as you come up to the pay gates. about a 30 minute backup getting into san francisco. work crews are speeding up efforts to fix the massive sink hole in san francisco before the next storm moves in later today. alex savidge is joining us live from the richmond district. alex. >> reporter: sal, gong to you. the rush is on to wrap up the repair work on this massive sink hole in san francisco. because more rain is coming and that is not what work crews need out here. you can see the scene this morning. the progress is being made here on this project. we're learning a little bit
more this morning also about what caused this huge sink hole. it turns out it was a broken storm drain. all that water eroded the sand underneath the road and that is what trig triggered this collapse. the 20-foot by 20-foot crater opened up. here at the intersection of sixth and lake. this sink hole runs about nine feet deep. late yesterday gas and water service was restored to this neighborhood. crews will now be spending today fixing the sewer lines nearby. it may take until early next week to finish all the repairs related to this huge sink hole. in the meantime there is quite a bit of storm damage up in marin county. let me show you surveillance video that shows flood water seeping through. all around the bay area many
people still drying out and cleaning up from that series of storms this week. and now it is time to get ready for this rain. we are live in san francisco alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. the crews there are still digging out from a big mess. this is a mess. heavy rain and mud flooded streets, caused serious problem yesterday in river side county. almost 40 people had to be rescued. no injuries reported though. make sure you stay right here with us and ktvu news for more heading our way. you can get current weather and traffic conditions at ktvu.com. our mobile app and on facebook and twitter. san francisco police are investigating two separate crashes involving cars and pedestrians. the latest happened early this morning at sixth and mission
street. police say a hit and run driver hit a woman crossing the street. she was not seriously hurt but police are still looking for the driver who witnesses say was behind the wheel of a gray nissan sedan. and also a man is fighting for his life after being hit by a car while walking across san francisco's great highway. it happened near john f. kennedy boulevard last night. the man was rushed to the hospital where he is listed in critical condition. police say the woman driving the car stopped immediately and cooperating with investigators. time is 6:35. oakland police car was damaged last night during a second night of protests after a new york grand jury decided not to indict a white police officer for the death of an unarmed african american man. about 300 people marched in downtown oakland raising the issue. raising awareness of the crisis of confidence of police officers. a group of protestors
splintered off. they rallied at the fruitvale bart station. forcing it to temporarily shut down. close friend of martin luther king junior was talking about race relations. protestors are planning another demonstration tonight at 7:00. now this protest in san francisco briefly stopped traffic on market street last night. several dozen demonstrators gathered at market and powell. at one point they forced a few muni lines to be rerouted. and in new york city it is still the epicenter of all the protests to the police around
the country. 200 people have been arrested so far as thousands of demonstrators fanned out across the city last night from the brooklyn bridge to the new york police headquarters. the daughter of the man you see on the picture here says the police officer who applied that choke hold to her father should take responsibility. >> nothing is going to bring my father back. following ferguson, missouri and new york city phoenix arizona is the latest city dealing with the white police officer killing unarmed african american man. >> last night 150 people marched through phoenix to protest tuesday's shooting which began with the officer trying to break up a suspected
drug deal. after chasing the suspect to his apartment, the officer opened fire thinking the suspect was reaching for a gun. instead he was putting his hands in his pocket to conceal a pill bottle. >> because with a problem that is happening all over america and now so close to home, it's kind of hard to ignore. >> the 34-year-old leaves behind four daughters. while he was not armed, police say they did find marijuana and a semi automatic handgun in his car. time is 6:38. back here at home bart is trying to make it easy for riders that bring bikes to bart stations. bart has a new partnership. it's with a bicycle group. and it's to prevent bikes from being stolen. you know more about the safety measures passengers can expect. good morning, ryan. good morning, to you. stolen bikes are a major problem. not just in bart but throughout the bay area.
from 2006 to 2011 there was a 20% increase in bicycle thefts. but with more people riding bart, at least from bart's standpoint that means adding more bike lockers like you see right here, but also educating about how to keep your bike secure. representatives from bike east bay will be on hand at bart stations during the evening commute hours starting now until the summer of 2015. sharing bicycle security tips, handing out free theft prevention materials, and handing out discount vouchers to keep your bikes secure. bart encourages riders that don't need your bikes to use bike parking. bart currently has a secure bike station to park bikes at four stations. but the plan is to expand those options to more stations. is there is also a bike station
understood construction at the civic center. brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. >> okay brian, thank you. time is 6:39. congress weighing in on how football fans watch games. coming up in 20 minutes what lawmakers are telling the nfl to do and what they are threatening to do if it doesn't comply. >> coming up next the man who became a golden state warrior for a day. there he is right in the middle. the courageous fight that brought that man from australia all the way to oakland. >> good morning. we are looking at a commute now where traffic is doing well on the sunol grade but it's getting busier in fremont. >> cloudy skies out there. temperatures on the mild side. upper 50s to near 60 for some. rain is holding off. it looks like it will be okay for the morning commute.
every day is a new opportunity to help make life better right here in san francisco. whether it's helping local businesses like the fruitguys grow and prosper, supporting nonprofits like juma ventures as they fulfill their mission or helping neighborhoods like the tenderloin become vibrant communities. if there's a way to help the people of san francisco thrive and succeed, we'll find it. that's the power of local connections. that's bank of america.
welcome back. it's 6:43. a 16-year-old girl is in custody this morning accused of running over a san leandro police officer. it's a story we first brought you yesterday during mornings on 2. investigators say the teenager was driving a stolen car when she ran over the officer while trying to get away prompting police to open fire. the officer was seriously hurt but is expected to survive.
>> there appeared to be a substantial amount of blood at the scene that was from the police officer who is doing nothing more than responding to a routine call for service. >> the girl surrendered hours later and is now facing charges of attempted murder and auto theft. she had a minor injury to her hand believed to the result of police gunfire. police also arrested a 19-year- old man who was riding in the stolen car. two men from pittsburgh have been arrested in connection to a shooting death of a father and son in the south bay. the two 20-year-old men seen in these photos they were arrested last month at walnut creek. police say they are suspected of shooting and killing a father and son inside their south san jose home back in september. now police haven't given us any other details about the shooting. they are still asking anyone with information to come forward. happening today about 30 minutes from now president obama will announce his
nomination of ashton carter as the next secretary of defense. carter was previously served -- had previously served as deputy defense secretary. he would replace chuck hagel who announced his resignation last week. time is 6:45. in case you didn't know the warriors are hot. they have tied a franchise record. they won their 11th straight game. clay thompson he just went stupid. right here. look at this. nothing but net. he led the warriors with 23 points. 112-85 win over the pelicans last night. warriors are by the way leading the nba. they have a 16-2 record. they will play the chicago bulls in chicago tomorrow. the warriors also had an extra man on their roster last night. now he didn't play, but his story it's a real inspiration. talking about 20-year-old trent frost. he is from australia.
he first met andrew in mel born three years ago. but he beat the odds and he was there at court side with the warriors last night. >> pretty inspirational story. back then he wasn't given a lot of time. he pulled through and obviously he's still here. so he's a bigger role model than any of us. >> i can't thank those guys enough. they have gone above and beyond with the one-day contract they set up. >> it's safe to say mr. frost is cool. he signed a one-day deal through the make a wish foundation. frost played basketball before he became ill. his sister there was his bone marrow donor and it ultimately saved his life. 6:46 is the time.
let's check in with sal. hopefully a pretty nice morning commute. but we can't stress it enough because people kind of plan their day. the evening could be tough. >> yeah that's what i would be thinking. you will have a nicer drive to work. tonight it might be raining or it should be raining according to steve and he will elaborate on that. you don't want to be driving in ridiculous traffic this afternoon. and that is what we are dealing with. so the traffic getting into the city right now looks good. and no major problems. perhaps you are taking your car, you are going to stay, and don't mind dealing with it. i found out about the traffic lights being out on lakeville. it's causing a huge backup. a couple people have tweeted about this. one of them actually alerted me to it. i put in a call to see how long it could be a problem. the road sensors definitely show that smog is wrong at that point there. highway 37 at lakeville.
this is a look at northbound 280. public transit checked in with them. at 6:47, and steve there is no way around it. it will be raining tonight. >> it does look like it. nothing too heavy but it will billion light. sal, before we get going, like you a very private person. yesterday was my 29th birthday. >> steve, happy birthday. boy, what are you going to do for the big event? >> we already did it last night. [ laughter ] we do have a new system coming in. those were choppers of a system. we are going to get rain but it will not be that much. it might even linger into saturday morning. cloudy to mostly cloudy up there. cloudy morning. there has ban few areas of light rain but not a big deal. we will get friday afternoon and evening rain. and then there will be another one coming across for late sunday into early monday. these are not that strong but the one next thursday could be. two out of the three forecast
models are not only rain but also colder. so we will see how that develops. light rain this morning but mainly cloudy. heavier for the afternoon commute. cloudy light rain will pick up. and rain on its way. breezy. possibility of thundershowers. there has been a couple lightning strikes detected. some breaks in those clouds. light rain around santa rosa. system rotate in. it's another mild system. so 60s on the temps or low, low 60s. 31 in tahoe. this is a mild system along
with that south wind. there are no warnings or watches. if you need to drive 50 or 80 the earlier you go the better. we may get a little bit more of a break and then picks up later this afternoon. this looks like more of a coastal event. big difference from santa rosa and san jose. so be advised. farther north you go more opportunity for rain. and it looks like it comes back pretty fast. cloudy, rain. rain picks up later. 60s on your temps. 60s for low maybe few upper 50s farther north. over all with a couple sun breaks. we will get rain later today into early saturday. these are not strong systems but they will give us more rain. the last saturday before christmas is called super saturday. and this year it falls on
december 20th and shopper track is forecasting sales will top $10 billion. black friday sales hit $9.1 billion. apple is accused of deleting music that some ipod owners down loaded from competing music services. the lawsuit says it happened between 2007 and 2009. it accuses apple of stifling competition for music players and down loads to keep its music and device prices high. 6:51 is the time. it's been dubbed the sony apocalypse. how they have brought a major hollywood studio to its knees. >> coming up next gas for just $0.29 a gallon. yeah the eight hour mistake that had drivers lining up to fill up.
welcome back. it's 6:54. police in folsom are investigating a suicide of a 12- year-old boy after reports the 7th graders parking lots had reached out to the school district multiple times over bullying issues. police say the folsom school district confirms the participants had complained he was being teased. it also says there is a history
of bullying reports dating back through elementary school. >> is he involved with the junior eagles cheerleaderring program. my understanding being a part of that program was a positive experience for him but we're aware of allegations that he was bullied for a variety of reasons. >> the school district says all of the bullying allegations were fully investigated. the folsom middle school principal sent a letter yesterday afternoon to parents concerning the boys death. our time is 6:55. the owners of a south bay candy store want your help. they want to get back something it may not mean anything to anybody else but it's priceless to them. to sell their candy at fairs around the state. the cart was inside a white trailer but it was stolen early tuesday morning. now they are worried thieves
might throw out george to keep that trailer. >> i restored it. and it's one of a kind. we can't get another one. >> yeah the scotts say their 6 by 10-foot trailer has a roof rack on it and hopes whoever sees it will call police. imagine filling up for just 29 a gallon for premium gas. it was all because of a mistake that was made when the station was resetting its prices. drivers were supposed to pay $2.59 a gallon. it took eight hours before the mistake was caught. they do not know how much that mistake cost them. college football takes center stage at levi stadium.
it's the first ever neutral site back 12 football championship game. number three oregon plays number 8 arizona. the game you will see it right here on ktvu channel 2. now because of the game, we will be airing a one hour newscast at 4:00 this afternoon. then football coverage starts at 5:00. kick off of the pack 12 championship game is at 6:00. britain's prince william and his wife kate are come together united states. the duke and duchess of cambridge will arrive in new york city on sunday and among the items on the agenda to visit the national september 11th memorial and museum. and nba game in brooklyn. prince william will travel to washington, d.c. to attend a conference at the world bank. prince george will not be on the trip with them. you can now own a piece of will and kate's wedding cake. an auction begins today.
beverly hills company is putting up a slice of fruitcake given to guests at the royal wedding in 2011. the cake which was eight tiers took the baker five weeks to make. it is expected to sell for $1,000 to $2,000. >> eight tiers. time is just about 6:58. coming up for you on mornings on 2, it has been the stormiest week for years in our area. we'll see how the bay area is getting ready for rain expected today. >> most is a's orion spacecraft now in orbit. this is the
the rush is on this morning to repair this huge sink hole here in san francisco before more rain arrives in the bay area later on today. we'll tell you about the timetable for all of the repair work and we'll also tell you what may have caused this collapse -- coming up. cloudy skies with only some light lane but it will pick up later, not only today but maybe well into the extended outlook. and liftoff. >> well, they did it. nasa's orion spacecraft now