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it's just fighting, violence that we don't need. >> more businesses damaged after peaceful protests turned violent in the east bay. a look at the chaos this time in berkeley and what happened when our crew got close to the action. >> dry weather in the forecast for your bay area sunday, how long it's going to last coming up. >> the battle of the bay comes to the coliseum. fans were here early for the raiders/49ers matchup.
good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2", sunday, december 7th, i'm claudine wong. >> i'm mike mibach. there was rain worry but it was a perfect affair. hopefully today a little bit of the same or maybe not? >> partly sunny skies. i think we'll have more cloud cover, some of us saw cloud cover return in the afternoon. look at the beautiful sunrise shot. isn't that nice? i could gaze at this all day. we're not tracking rain, you could see the radar beams are going, nothing to pick up. we're looking at patchy dense fog this morning and that is a concern for the north bay valley locations as well as the east bay valley locations. in addition to the clouds, if you're traveling, visibility down to a quarter mile for some of our valley spots.
just be on guard getting up early this morning. backing up here, show you first sign of the next system, here off the coastline. this one is going to be very weak. in fact the models have trended drier in the last 24 hours so i think as we get into tonight and tomorrow morning, there will be a very slight chance of scattered showers, especially over the north bay. but for most of us it's going to be a mostly cloudy, mainly dry forecast today as well as tomorrow. 58 degrees now in concord. 56 oakland. 58 san francisco. a cool 46 in santa rosa to start. if you're going to the coliseum, mostly cloudy skies, we'll call it partly sunny skies, northeasterly breeze at 10 miles per hour. when we come back we'll look at the afternoon highs for your region and i'm tracking a more powerful storm in the extended forecast coming up. we start with some new information about a violent police protest that lasted well into the morning. let's look at what happened.
[screaming] >> this is video from last night. berkeley police are telling us that they did arrest about 10 people. there's no word yet on what kind of charges those individuals will face but we do know some demonstrators threw objects at the officers. you can see it here. more than 100 officers from local law enforcement agencies were on hand and a couple of officers did get hurt. one was hit with a sandbag and dislocated a shoulder. there was also looting. we know a radio shack and wells fargo were both hit, you can see things were getting tense there as the officers were pushing back at this point in the protests. vehicles were also vandalized including berkeley police cars. >> reporter: jabbed by a baton, pushed back from the police
line. as people hurled rocks at officers. >> reporter: peaceful protesters struggled to keep a raging crowd in control. and their own heads above the smoke. followed by - rubber bullets which shot towards the direction of the next scene. >> reporter: looters smashing windows at trader joe's. knocking crates on to university avenue and stealing wine from the store. people trapped in their cars had nowhere to turn. and neither did we. people en masse accosted, anyone reporting the mayhem. violence and looting. >> it's just fighting violence with violence that we don't need. >> reporter: which so clearly distracts from the message.
>> why are people looting? we're peacefully protesting. we shouldn't take things from stores that are not bothering us. >> reporter: she fights to protect the shattered store window. >> people taking things, it's not rights. i'm sorry but they are not fighting against us. >> reporter: as others felt compelled to clean up the mess. >> that was katie reporting from berkeley. in san francisco about two dozen protesters were arrested when they blocked traffic at powell and market streets. that area was actually filled with holiday shoppers at the time and the area had to be shut down for nearly two hours in the middle of the day. the protests there centered on the high profile police killings in new york and ferguson, missouri as well as several local cases. one marcher said she lost her son to a police shooting in san francisco in october. >> he was shot seven times.
and they never let me identify his body. >> from is a demonstration planned for shane evans this afternoon. coincidentally the san francisco mayor ed lee is in new york city today. he's there for the u.s. mayors summit on immigration and joined by about two dozen mayors including los angeles, new york and detroit mayors. they are discussing how to implement president obama's executive order last month which potentially spares up to 500 million undocumented immigrants from deportation. police want to make sure the battle of the bay is on the field, not the stands. in 2011 a man was beaten unconscious, two people shot in the parking lot, the raiders are bringing in additional security today with undercover units to control the parking lots as well as the stands. fans are routinely kicked out
for unruly behavior at all nfl stadiums. the alameda county sheriff's department tells the tribune this season deputies ejected on average 49 people at each raiders home game. on average of 10 people arrested for public intoxication or fighting. oakland police ejected a total of 247 fans at raider games last year. 52 people were ejected at as games e. this is video of the first regular season game behind the two teams at the coliseum since 2002. this video is of a preseason game in 2010 when the 49ers backup quarterback was david carr, the brother of the current raiders quarterback derek carr. allie is at the stadium. we're six hours from kickoff and there are cars behind you already. >> reporter: the fans got here well before sunrise. in fact we were here 5:30 this morning and this was already a parking lot. this is 56th avenue where we
are standing. turn the camera around and up to 15 minutes ago the line of cars went all the way out on to 880. this off-ramp was totally backed up. 15 minutes ago the chp came out and cleared everyone out. they are moving through cars now. everyone behind me parked they made the cutoff. these are the first fans heading in the stadium. you can see they got their raider nation flags, and a lot of fan spirit. so let's keep walking and show you the atmosphere. cars parked, they've got their music on, a lot of people standing around, seen people coming out and selling snacks and selling battle of the bay t- shirts. mostly raiders fans here because this is raiders home territory. eleasha ritter was here 5:00 this morning. why do fans get here so early? >> it's the raider way. >> how big a game is this? >> huge. it's the bay area rivalry. it's a big deal.
>> reporter: it's why you're expecting the parking lot to be totally packed? >> prepaid parking already sold, so they have limited cash. you have to be here early to make sure you get in the lot. >> reporter: you glad made the cutoff? >> yes, go raiders. >> reporter: earlier today we found the one 49ers fan who is here in the line. he came here from sacramento. with a car full of four friends who are raiders fans. here's what he had to say. who do you think is going to win? >> do i have to say anything? >> 9ers suck! >> here we go, already. all day, all day. it's ok. we'll take the w anyways. >> reporter: the last time the raiders and 9ers faced off was back in 2011 and as mike mentioned there were problems at that game. fans we talked to say they hope to see none of that this time, they just want this to be a very friendly rivalry.
the raiders organization brought in extra security. i have to say this morning since we've been here i've seen about a dozen oakland police and alameda county sheriff's vehicles patrolling back and forth. it looks like they are taking the security concerns seriously. 5:00 in the morning, as alicia ritter said, that is the raider way. we'll see if they can get the w today against the 49ers. watch the game here on ktvu with - we would like to see which team you're rooting for in today's game. accepted us your fan photos on our ktvu facebook page. we want to show you some that already came in. this cute picture. she's ready. that is her game face. let's look at deona. there we go.
>> i think she got cut off a little. maybe he took the picture. nothing cuter than someone wearing a jersey that is enormous. on them. cute little guy. raider nation, that dog is -- ready to go for game day. i think we have one more. this is a cutie from bernadette. the next generation of the 49er faithful. and they are ready to go. we got another picture. check out this photo. the 49ers posted this picture of a very young -- can you guess who is that? colin kaepernick. more than a decade ago he took part in a youth punt pass and
kick contest. a special thanks to u.s. troops overseas. coming up at 7:30 -- how the august earthquake that hit napa also hit one group that donates to the troops. >> this is no joke. battle stations. >> 73 years ago he survived a japanese attack on pearl harbor. a hayward veteran shares his memories of that fateful day and his passion of being a sailor in the u.s. navy. >> fairly nice day shaping up around the bay area. we'll be partly sunny and this morning, patchy fog. current conditions coming up, for the afternoon and in the extended forecast.
four recreational boaters were killed. a pot luc will be at the marina from noon to 5:00. an opportunity for friends and family members to share stories and remember the victims. with new information about the window washer who fell from an 11-story building in san francisco. according to the san francisco chronicle he's still in critical condition. 58-year-old pedro perez of san leandro fell into a moving car last month and cal osha is investigating the fall. concerns about ice at the mount diablo has caused it to be moved. this year the ceremony will be in the oak room of the library at cal state east bay's concord campus. it's the seconds year in a row that the ceremony has been moved because of the weather. today does mark 73 years since the japanese attacked pearl harbor. a sailor survived the raid.
a veteran, now 92 years old says he was not scared that day, just trying to survive. curious about his crops, a proud man walking his land. what is your favorite thing to eat that you grow? >> almost anything but aperikotsz is the one. here's a big one. >> reporter: apricots. >> reporter: he's quite the character. >> look at the size of that. >> reporter: peppers. >> never more than 60 miles from home. >> reporter: a storyteller. >> i was the senior of all of them there. >> he takes us back to when he was 19 and at pearl harbor december 7, 1941. >> man your stations, no joke, man your stations. battle station. man them! >> 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 when the japanese attacked. >> i got this here. >> reporter: 3500 americans were killed or wounded. >> what was i going to do? i had one choice, either let me
out or sink me. or -- what do you want? i want to go out. >> reporter: silveira also proudly served aboard this ship uss hornet now docked in almeida. at the 75th anniversary it will be -- he will be above that hornet. he will share his days, a day his wife says he doesn't like to talk about too often. >> he didn't talk about the service for many years because like most of us too painful to talk about. >> reporter: with the little money they had the two who met in hayward after the war married in reno september 9, 1950. >> she knows she was treated well. >> reporter: 64 years later the love -- >> it was so quick i'm not sure i was married or not. >> reporter: and laughter still there. >> he's got 18 battle stars and i think 21 altogether. 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 of course cared for his yard. >> right now it would be pruning time. >> reporter: calls it a hobby now but in his eyes you can see the passion. >> it's a size apricots that will fit into the box there. >> reporter: dedication. >> i get by. >> reporter: as he walks his land on this cool december day. he spoke of his passion about being a sailor in the u.s. navy. >> i'm very proud of myself. and i don't take it from nobody. the moral of the story is i walk the decks of pride and that's what i do. >> reporter: a navy veteran, a pearl harbor survivor. just 73 years later still walking his deck with pride. >> i got to get ready to prune. >> again thank you for ed for his time. today's service it 11:00 in the morning on the hornet at pier 3 in alameda. >> you have a lot of -- he's
got a lot of spunk. >> i wouldn't mess with him. >> he met his wife after he had gotten, back after the war in hayward, was driving down the street and yelled out of his window when she was walking down the street, not by herself, she was with her dad -- that's how aggressive he was. which i admire. >> they look pretty happy. >> next thing you know they are in the car with dad in the middle separating the three. >> it's a great story. >> greatest generation they call it, right? how are you, rose mary? >> fine, you? >> nice purple today. >> we didn't plan this. >> a gorgeous view. hopefully you have beautiful a beautiful sight outside your door. we have partly sunny skies but the sun is now up and shining above the clouds and offering up just a gorgeous view in many areas. we're also dealing with fog this morning.
for some that will be the headline as we get through the next couple hours. i'm seeing it from santa rosa into san jose. and livermore also reporting a little bit of patchy dense fog. so fairly widespread, no advisory in place. but something to be aware of because when it's patchy and really thick it could be very dangerous. it will catch you offguard. off the coastline here tracking a little bit of rain you can see being picked up off the monterey coastline i'm going to stretch it back a little farther and show you where the front of this system is. right back in here. so as we get through the next 24 to 36 hours we may have the possibility of a few sprinkles, sort of come our way. this is going to be a weak system. i think most of us are going to remain dry. i'm mentioning it because some of us may get a few light passing showers. there's that line, there's that front showing you this morning, as we get into sunday night into monday morning even monday afternoon i'm already into monday night and you saw what happens when it moves through. it really falls apart.
so we're going to leave you with partly sunny skies for the next 24 to 36 hours. and maybe a sprinkle tonight into tomorrow for some of us. it looks like it favors the north bay but for the most part we're mainly dry. i want to get all the way to wednesday, thursday, friday because this is when the stronger storm is going to arrive. so tuesday is going to be a drier day. wednesday will be a dry day because we're already at 5:00 and notice that rain line still over northern california. so we get into sunset, about 4:50, we're still mostly cloudy but mainly dry, we wake up thursday morning and the storm has arrived. so it's going to slip in while we sleep. at least that's what the models predict at this point. we're still a few days out. thursday is going to be completely wet and windy. as we get into friday morning we're on the back side of this system. and looks like, at this point next weekend will be mainly dry but again we have a stronger storm coming our way and could bring several inches of rain and sierra snow. it's going to be a cold system.
>> low to mid-60s this afternoon. extended forecast here, second half of the weekend in view, just talking about a mainly dry weather pattern today. for tomorrow maybe a few sprinkles. tuesday definitely looking dry and mild and then another big storm coming in wednesday into thursday. it's no bull. the golden state warriors have the best record in the nba. >> livingston down the lane. up and in! what a scoop! >> recordseting night in chicago, something that has never been done in the 69-year history.
the team opens the best record in the nba at 17-2. and last night the warriors set a franchise record by winning the 12th game in a row. >> these guys just compete. and i think they've figured out too that defensively we're very good, so if we just take care of the ball and defend every night then we've got a chance to win. >> seth curry - they take down the bulls 112-10 2. next game is in minneapolis monday night. in two hours college football's final four is going to be announced. it's the first season of the playoffs. alabama, oregon and florida state are locked but there's plenty of debate about the fourth team to be selected.
the semifinals are at the rose bowl in pasadena and sugar bowl in new orleans new year's day. winners advance to the national title game january 12th at at&t stadium in north texas, the home of the dallas cowboys. if you are looking for something to do with the family this weekend we've got some ideas. the california academy of sciences and exploratorium in san francisco are both offering free admission today. that is the good price, in addition to the regular exhibits now the academy of sciences has a special winter wonderland exhibit. the director of the exhibits say there's something for everyone. >> indoor snow flurries, live reindeer and a snowman theater with live stage programming. >> the exhibit will be open from now until january 4th. protests turn violent in the east bay and lasted well into the morning. >> why are people looting? there's no need. we're peacefully protesting. >> coming up, we look at the
let's update the top stories we're following now. >> berkeley city leaders must assess the now from an overnight protest against police on businesses near the uc campus that were vandalized and looted, profab fannity laced graffiti on vehicles and several police officers were hurt. one went to the hospital with a dislocated shoulder. a worker at a trader joe's were outside the store but looters already broke in and took items. >> people are taking things. it's not right. i'm sorry but they are not fighting against us. >> berkeley police initially announced they arrested six people including one juvenile. they've now told us that they've taken at least 10 people into custody. san francisco mayor ed lee is in new york city this morning for a summit on immigration reform. he's joined about 20 democratic mayors from major cities such as los angeles, philadelphia and baltimore. they will discuss how to best
carry out president obama's executive action on immigration. with that welcome back to "mornings on 2 goings ," i'm mike mibach, >> good morning, i'm claudine wong. we move now to weather because we're getting a break from the rain. rosemary gives us a nice forecast today for those who just needed a few days off before the next one rolls in, right? >> yes. i still need to get the outdoor holiday lights up. >> i did mine last night. and the tree. >> good for you. >> my husband puts up the outdoor lights. that's my problem. need i say more? >> are you calling him out? >> hopefully he's still stealing sleeping but i am. we need them up today. maybe you do too. we have a stronger storm coming in wednesday into thursday. getting ahead of myself. let's look outside. and into sfo, we have the low clouds and the fog this morning. so i would say expect delays if you know somebody flying into sfo. if you're jumping on to the
highways this morning, be prepared because it is fairly widespread. no advisory but the national weather service here in the bay area but for sacramento they have issued one and i'll show that you in a moment. we're waking up mostly cloudy, a few peaks of sunshine out there this morning. but i'm seeing fog in areas like santa rosa, livermore and san jose. all reported at the airport. so i'm going to figure that this is a little bit more widespread. you'll probably find it along the coastline as well. national weather service office in sacramento decided to issue a dense fog advisory for parts of the delta and this includes parts of our viewing area, so if you do live in areas like vallejo, benesia into fairfield there's a dense fog advisory that lasts into the next couple of hours. 56 in oakland. 55 novato. 52 san jose. we warm into the 60s today. i'll look at the afternoon highs and i'm tracking two systems in the extended forecast, a weak one by
tonight, another stronger one by wednesday into thursday. we are now less than sixhouse away -- six hours away from the kickoff. some excited fans have been at the coliseum since yesterday. we go to our sideline reporter allie rasmus who is with some of the early bird fans. they are not messing around today. >> reporter: we found some people here who got here at 2:00 this morning. just to wait in line so they could be the first to get in to the coliseum. we're at the 66th avenue entrance. this gate doesn't open until 8:00 but fans here don't mind, you can see a line of cars just parked. these are the fans waiting to get in. you can see them coming out of their cars, a lot of people playing music and everything. the one guy with the funny hat has been cheering on every raiders fan in the car that
pass by. the people who are here, again have been here for hours. they said they don't mind the wait. the 49ers fans seem to be outnumbered in the line. we have seen some interfamily rivalry here. everyone getting along. some of the first people in line. here you can see a lot of flags, people playing music. stepping outside. everyone talking to each other. pauline mccarthy, you told me this morning you've been here since the early morning hours. what is the point of getting here so early? >> we get here early every game to get our same spot. so everyone knows where we are at and we welcome everyone to the raider nation and we have a great time. >> reporter: what time did you get here? >> 2:00. >> reporter: that is early. that's an all-nighter. >> i came from fresno, california. so long drive. it's worth it. >> reporter: how are you going
to stay awake? >> adrenaline. i'll sleep on the way home. i'll let my son drive. >> reporter: you're telling me, you are such diehard fans that you travel internationally? >> we went for the game in london and we go to a game out of the state every year. london was awesome. >> reporter: it was a tough time last week. >> yes, but we're going to play hard, win this game and we're diehard, win or lose we're here to cheer them on. go raiders! >> reporter: that pretty much does it with the atmosphere out here. it's early, fans have been here since the overnight hours. they are in a good mood and ready for the battle of the bay between the raiders and 9ers. so a lot of the fans say they want to emphasize it's a friendly rivalry between the two bay area teams and hoping for no problems here. back to you. >> looks like fun. if you are going to the game, let's look outside. smooth-sailing. this is a live look at i-880 near the oakland coliseum. we have seen this area back up
there on the right side of the screen. that is the entrance into the coliseum. only a few cars going there but it does get backed up quickly. fans already inside now. kickoff 1:25. of course here on ktvu. 49er fans are hoping for a big game from their struggling quarterback. this past week colin kaepernick made headlines. not what he said but what he didn't. >> as a team bouncing back right now. where's the focus at? >> the raiders. >> what about you personally? >> the raiders. >> what 12k3w4r50áeur9sd see in the raiders? >> they are a good team. >> >> what is wrong with the offense? >> didn't play well? >> didn't execute. >> any explanation why you
didn't execute? >> didn't play well. >> all in all he answered 32 questions with just 87 words. coach jim harbaugh game came to his defense by saying colin is an honest single-minded person and often not too chatty. there's a new twist about the future of jim harbaugh. a gambling web site allowed fans to bet on where he will coach next year. the site yanked the wager after a large sum of money was bet on harbaugh going to the university of michigan, his alma mater. odds went from 8-1 to 2-1, the galling site is worried someone may have inside information but football analysts say harbaugh wants to stay in the pros and could coach one of the new york teams or even the raiders. as for harbaugh all he will say is he's not looking further than today's game. >> i don't worry about my future. haven't participated in the speculation. i think i have a recessive
gene. >> 49ers need this game to improve their playoff chances but the raiders are 1-11 so for them this is a big game against the crosstown rival. looking for bragging rights. new this morning -- at least two people are dead after a powerful typhoon made landfall in the philippines. that typhoon sent thousands of people to shelters as winds gusted up to 110 miles per hour, knocked down trees and power lines. it's the same area with a super typhoon hit last year. people here in the bay area with families in the philippines are keeping a close eye on this storm. 7:38 -- new information about the failed rescue attempt of two hostages held by al- qaeda. the u.s. raided a compound in yemen in an attempt to free american journalist luke somers and south african teacher pierre corky. al-qaeda militants reportedly shot the two men as a team of navy seals moved in. the seals apparently lost the element of surprise when they were spotted just outside the compound.
the u.s. tried to rescue luke somers last month but militants moved him. >> inflicted serious damage on the captors but -- this time, this time they were unable to save luke. >> al-qaeda was reportedly going to release the west african to an inter234r5e6rb89d organization today so they would be home for christmas but there's word the white house may not have known about the release. it does not appear that a "washington post" reporter with deep bay area ties held in iran will be freed soon. jason rosean was born in san francisco. he wrote for the chronicle. he's been in iran for more than four months. the tehran government officially charged him yesterday in a 10-hour-long courtroom proceeding but there's no word on the specific charges he faces. his family did hire an attorney for him but that lawyer has not been allowed to visit him. more than 1,000 care packages are now headed to troops overseas, thanks to the
efforts of volunteers in napa. operation with love from home, is the name of the group, along with other volunteers met yesterday to put the care packages together. according to the napa valley register the organizer only thought they could send out about 500 packages this year that is because more than $5,000 worth of donations were damaged during the 6.0 quake in august but she says when people heard about the damage the donations just poured in. christmas is now less than three weeks away and one group is bringing joy to others in a big way. ktvu's john sasaki was there. >> reporter: at travis air force base in fairfield where the mission of protecting the nation is ongoing. ♪ jingle bell rock♪ >> reporter: there was another important mission 20 days before christmas. >> i remember that. >> reporter: camouflaged airmen
and women played santa's helpers for military families. >> i can just give to my siblings and hope they really love the gifts. >> reporter: nonprofit operation homefront sponsored the toy giveaway for 250 air force families during what can be a tough time of year. >> it's a lot of stress on families because a lot of the times a military family member is deployed and gone away. a lot are gone during the holidays so this is just a nice way to say thank you for your service. >> i'm thankful that the operation homefront offers this to military, nice relief to, offset costs nowadays. >> whether picking a baby doll or play set or anything in between the families appreciate this as a great christmas bonus but in some cases this event is much more of a necessity. >> we're a single-income family right now. so, any extra help we can get really helps. >> reporter: isabel williams came from heroicland home to
get toys for her and her husband's four kids. >> i got some blocks for the baby. >> reporter: she admits the pay from from her husband's reserve role here and his other job doesn't go very far. >> here in california it's really hard. just to have a livable income for a family. it's hard. >> reporter: it doesn't take a big family to see how much of a difference this assistance can make. just ask the sergeant whose son is 6 months old. >> buying a toy, especially an educational toy which is good for his development -- i could get that and other things as well. >> reporter: the gratitude was obvious among the service members and their families. >> thank you from me personally. god bless. >> reporter: in fairfield, john sasaki -- >> merry christmas. >> , ktvu channel 2 news. >> great to see people reaching out during the holidays. 7:42. i've got a little toy.
here. wouldn't you like to know? >> i have a feeling i will. >> it's a little device made out of cardboard. you take that and you take your phone and you get a pretty cool experience. it's made by a san francisco company. i'm going to let you try it out. not yet. >> ok. >> rosemary gets to try it out. >> it's like a viewfinder? from yes, but very techie, very high-tech and low tech at the same time. >> i'm so curious. >> it might make you a little motion-sick. just a little. >> we'll dive into claudine's contraption in a bit. rosemary will be back as well with more on the sundays forecast. when we come back.
good morning, san jose. giving you a live look there, a sweeping view across the city. we're waking up with mostly cloudy skies, calm conditions, 52 degrees and patchy fog in your neighborhood. take it easy out there. it's 7:46. looking for a christmas exist for the techie in your life? there's a fran company that is hoping to give you a little virtual reality. it's still fairly new and not really accessible or affordable yet, or is it? inside the headquarters of san francisco-based dodo - >> something they never thought was possible. >> reporter: but patrick buckley believes we may be looking at the next big thing.
>> from 8 to 108. we've literally had my grandmother is in her 90s try this and loved it. >> reporter: for more than four years dodo case focused oning accessories for the i-pad, tablet or phone. >> it's an extension of that, a beautiful intersection of technology and kind of traditional techniques. >> reporter: but in this back room is a simple assembly line for the company's newest accessory. >> we're trying to set the expectations correctly for people. >> reporter: it's a product but it's also a work in progress. >> what we really need is a lot of people who are ready to have fun, experimenting. >> which means you've got to put it together. >> if you enjoyed legos as a kid, this is the kinds of project you really enjoy. >> reporter: the kit comes with a couple of lenses but is made mostly of cardboard. >> very intentionally because we wanted people to be able to experiment with them. >> reporter: once it's together you slide your smartphone in just like that. and you're in the world of
virtual reality. >> what is amazing is your phone has all the sensors and screen resolution to be terned into a virtual reality device. what is surprising is the phones, as old as an i-phone 3g we've seen people -- >> had no idea? >> reporter: the price is low, $26, but that is the points. >> they get to be the maker. >> reporter: dodo case seit's time for people to get into this emerging market. new apps are being developed all the time. >> it's a new category of stuff. >> reporter: from games. >> asteroid. shooting game. >> reporter: to travel. >> this is going to be e-flying in the swiss alps. >> reporter: in true old school fashion you get an actual paper book, a how-to and a loose at how all this may find its place in tech history. it's only been on sale since the ends of july. >> we sold tens of thousands in
that period. >> reporter: and buckley says with two billion people out there with smartphones they will decide if this is the next big thing. >> all they need is $20, cardboard box and lenses and they are in virtual reality. so it can happen very quickly. i think it will happen very quickly. >> they gave us two to try out. i'm going to give you the view of london. you put that in there. see if it makes you dizzy. there's a little target in there. you put the target on one of those little arrow things. i wish i could show you what they are looking at. then you are going to do some duck hunting. you have a target as well. look up. and you see the birds. and then rosemary should be able to travel through london. she's got something that takes her through london. he's shooting pretend ducks and it's pretty - >> i don't have to hit any
buttons or anything. >> one of yours has a little cardboard button on the other side. you can actually -- if there are some games where you use that button you actually do an asteroid game if they let me try. but it was cool. >> what is the point? to get the games? or to give you what rosemary is doing, go to london and see what things are like? >> both. they give you actual books and put it together and it talks about the history of, did virtual reality, where it's going. the way they look at this in san francisco is they are saying web the pc or the internet, what had to happen, a whole bunch of people had to have it. then it kind of took off. and right now most virtual reality folks, they are gamers on this oculus wrist thing. >> i'm in london! >> you're on camera. >> they think it's -- right now if it's too expensive people don't have it. it's like the 3dtvs.
there was a convention over the summer where google handed out this google cardboard. they were like everyone can do this. we all already have our phones and all these developers are just going to develop new games all the time. everyone can access it pretty easily. then all of a sudden it's going to take off. that is the theory of dodo case. if you give them something for $26 and people want to do that, it will -- if it costs thousands of dollars you will think about it >> and timing perfect with the holidays. >> some may say it's prizey. others say it's not too bad. the price point is low because of the cardboard? >> it will be a kit. you put it together. and then all of a sudden you can play around with it. they want it to be an invertors open forum. down the road i'm sure we will have very expensive things,
this is just the beginning. >> i've never been duck hunting so thank you for that experience. >> to order these? >> it's on our web site. dodo case, virtual reality. you can look on the web site at ktvu.com and we'll link you there as well. certainly it's a -- a lot of fun. it doesn't look very fancy but it's actually -- interesting. interesting little thing. >> my kids will get a big kick out of that. how was the weather in london? >> it was nice. >> blue skies, it was gorgeous. let's talk about the weather outside our doors? gray skies, mainly dry conditions. we just have all that moisture, left behind from the systems that brought us all that beneficial rain earlier in the week. so because of that we're waking up with patchy dense fog as well this morning. i want to give you a wide shot of the satellite and radar
view. the next system, the front back in here. so we are looking at a lot of cloud cover for today. we'll call it partly sunny skies for the afternoon. this is not going to work but we're left with partly sunny skies for today. temperatures will continue to be relatively mild, we're talking 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. this morning you're dealing with the patchy fog and again a weak system coming in. i'm going to tinker with my technology over there, and see if i can get these graphics to work. in the meanwhile i'm going to sends it back to the desk. i hope you made it back to the desk. >> we're making our way back. so we're going to go to break now and then we'll see you back here in a moment. ♪
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long lines. the company is also looking to push more of its snacks, sandwiches and even possibly wine. instead of a starbuck's run, 9,000 marathoners are running to the state capitol this morning. the race features a relay, a fun run and wheelchair competition in addition, not only does this race draw top runners from across the world but 50,000 spectators along that race course. we're searching the bay area to see who is all decked out for the holidays. mike has his lights up. i have mine. rosemary is thinking about it. we asked viewers to share photos and videos with us. today's enter from contra costa fire station number 9 in pacheco. it shows the number 9 there lit on the roof to represent the
number. both their engines are also in the display. the fire station is now challenging other stations in the county. there but. challenging them to do the same. we'll see if it happens. if you or your neighbor or someone you know is all decked out for the holidays, all you have to do is take a picture, video, post it to our facebook page and make sure you can also tweet us with the hashtag 2deckthehalls. as we get closer to christmas we'll check out the pictures and we'll send our crews to the top displays. then give viewers a chance to vote on your favorite decked house. commemorating 73 years since pearl harbor. we'll introduce to you a man from the east bay who survived
>> it's just fighting violence with violence that we don't need. >> more damage after protests turn violent in the east bay. we look at the chaos happening in berkeley and what happened when our crews got close to the action. >> dry weather in store for sunday afternoon. but as we get into tonight perhaps tomorrow the rain moving back in, at least for some. we'll outline this pattern coming up. >> had one choice. either going to let me out or sink me. >> he survived the attack on pearl harbor when he was just a teen. an east bay opens up about the emotions about that day and the pride he feels about serving his country. "mornings on 2" starts now. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2", sunday, december 7th, i'm mike mibach. >> i'm claudine wong. we start off with a quick look at the weather and rosemary has
a couple of things brewing for us. a little one and a big one? >> exactly. the first one will be fairly weak. that is something we see coming in late tonight into tomorrow morning. the second system looks like a whopper and we are expecting that wednesday night into thursday. right now plenty of cloud cover, a lot of moisture in place. the clouds associated with that weak system, that is off-shore. if i back up a little you can pick up on a few radar returns off the coastline here. if i go back one step farther here's the front. right back in here. this is going to be working towards the bay area. so today mainly dry, can't leave out the possibility of just a sprinkle, i have to throw it in there. but for the most part we're mostly cloudy today, temperatures relatively mild, not too bad, a few sprinkles perhaps sunday night into monday. 54 degrees now in oakland. 54 napa. santa rosa, a chilly start, 48 degrees, in addition to the
cloud cover and cool conditions we have fog. santa rosa, san jose, livermore, all reporting visibility down to a quarter mile. so please be careful if you are going to be getting outdoors. the national weather service in sacramento has placed an advisory for some of the regions here close to water. areas like martinez, areas like like -- -- a light northeasterly breeze at the coliseum at 1:30 this afternoon. a quick look at the afternoon highs, widespread 60s in the forecast with partly sunny skies. i'll track a system for you moving in for tonight and then the bigger storm coming by mid- week coming up. we wanted to start this morning with some new information about a violent police protest that lasted well into the morning. let's give you a look at what happened.
>> you can see things got tense with people throwing things at police officers. this is video from last night. berkeley police say they arrested 10 people. no word yet on what charges the individuals will face. but we do know some demonstrators hurled bricks, and other objectsjects at the officers. more than 100 officers were on hand from local agencies and some did get hurt. one hit with a sandbag. one hit in the shoulder. katie shows us the clashes between protesters and police. >> reporter: jabbed by a baton. pushed back from the police line. at people hurled rocks at officers. peaceful protesters struggled to keep the raging crowd in control. and their own heads above the
smoke. followed by -- rubber bullets which shot towards the direction of the next scene. looters smashing windows at trader joe's. knocking crates on to university avenue and stealing wine from the store. people trapped in their cars had nowhere to turn, neither did we. en masse accosted anyone recording the mayhem. violent and looting. >> it's violence we don't need. >> reporter: which so clearly distracts from the message. >> why are people looting? there's no need. we're peacefully protesting. we shouldn't take things from stores that aren't bothering us. >> reporter: jube dominguez felted compelled to protect the store window. >> it's not right.
they are not fighting against us. >> reporter: as others felt compelled to clean up the mess. >> in san francisco, two dozen protesters were arrested when they blocked traffic. the video you're looking at is from powell and mark streets. you can imagine that was filled with holiday shoppers. that area had be to shuts down for two hours. this happened in the middle of the day. the protests were centered on the high profile cases in new york and missouri. there's another demonstration planned this afternoon. it's been a month since four we creational crabbers were killed -- recreational crabbers were killed. a pot luck will be held today in their honor from noon to 5:00. the organizer says it's a time to remember the victims.
the peak that shines once a year december 7th to honor victims and survivors of december 7, 1941 attack. the ceremony will be in oak room this time of the concord campus. the second year in a row that ceremony has been moved because of the weather. today does mark 73 years since the japanese attacked pearl harbor. a teenaged sailor from hayward survived that bombing raid. the veteran now 92 years old says he was not scared that day, just trying to survive. 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 are the one. here's a big one. >> reporter: erred sivveira is quite the character. >> a gardener. a storyteller. >> i was the senior. >> reporter: at 92 years old, in hayward, takes us back to when he was 19. >> this was take on the ship.
>> reporter: at pearl harbor december 7, 19416789 >> man your stations, it's no joke. manp your stations. battle station. >> reporter: back row right with the mustache, silveira was an electrician on the uss san francisco, on battleship row preparing for repairs when the japanese attacked. 3,500 americans were killed or wounded. >> what am i going to do? i had one choice. either let me out or going to sink me. what do you want? i wanted to go out. >> reporter: silveira also searched aboard this ship. uss hornet in almeida now. and on the 75th anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor, he will be aboard the hornets, and will share his memories of the day. a day his wife says he doesn't like to talk about too often. >> he didn't talk about it for years because like most of us too painful to talk about. >> reporter: with the little money they had the two who met
in hade we are after the war -- >> she knows she was treated well. >> oh hush. >> reporter: 64 years later. >> it was so quick i wasn't sure i was married or not. >> reporter: the love still there. >> he has 18 medal stars and 21 i think altogether. even got a good conduct one which really surprised me. >> i got about eight or nine, it's enough for me. >> reporter: after the navy they had four children and he cared for his yard and built homes. >> it's pruning time. >> reporter: he calls it a hobby now but in his eyes you see the passion. >> reporter: as he watches his land on this cool december day and a brief moment by ourselves he spoke of his passion. about being a sailor in the u.s. navy. >> i'm very proud of myself. i don't like to take crap from
nobody. the moral of the story is i walk the decks -- that's what i do. >> a navy veteran. a pearl harbor survivor. >> i volunteer. >> reporter: 73 years later, still walking his deck with pride. >> i got to get ready to prune. >> great job on that story. >> ed said it all. thank you for your service and for all the veterans who serve in every war. >> you can't thank them enough. thank you. your time now is 8:09 on this sunday morning. they do have the best record in the nba. coming up, new recordsetting night in chicago, that was an early gift for golden state warrior fans. >> battle of the bay comes to the coliseum. niners and raiders kicked off.
♪ watching the tide roll away♪ >> good morning. thank you for joining us on this sunday morning. giving you a live look there at the golden gate bridge and parts of the bay. we're waking one mostly cloudy skies and a few areas reporting patchy dense fog. we'll be partly sunny skies for today and temperatures relatively mild. i'll look at the numbs coming up. the 49ers are taking on the raiders at the coliseum this afternoon. police want to make sure the battle of the bay is on the field and not in the stands. this is the first game between the two teams since fan
violence marred a preseason game in candlestick in 2011. one man was beaten unconscious, two shot in the parking lot. the raiders are bringing in additional security today with undercover units to patrol the parking lots as well as the stands. fans are routinely kicked out for unruly behavior at all stadiums. we're told this season dperpts ejected on average 49 people at each raiders home game. >> 52 people were ejected from oakland as games and 13 from warrior games. now just five hours away from the kickoff. the lat time the two teams faced each other in oakland with the preseason game in 2010. allie rasmus is live at the coliseum where it's raider nationers versus the 49er faithful i guess you can say.
>> reporter: that's right. we're on the other side of the coliseum. we're in an area called raider- ville. a free tailgate party the raiders have for any fan that comes to the game. it's a pretty family-friendly event. there's a rock claiming wall and bouncy house. if you keep walking here, there is where they will have an autograph session with the raiders alumnis. the raiderets will be performing in the back there. for anyone who wants to hang outs here and still catch the game as it's going you can watch it on the cxsgglue l. e.d. screen behind us. this is billed as the battle of the bay, niners and raider fans have been gearing up for it in the overnight hours. this is the scene outside of a 66th avenue gate at about 5:30 this morning. raiders fans in that line outnumbered 49ers fans about 2- 1, everyone was parked there waiting to get into the tailgating lot. the raiders fans say they know their teams had a rough season but the ones we talked to remained optimistic. >> we going from zero to 100.
today. real quick. >> we're going to surprise them. >> they are talking about it all week long. so monday it's going to be don't face the music if they lose or go there, or we're going to have a real win and it's going to be a great day. >> we're all just fans and we all want our teams to win but, just keeping it real. >> the raiders say they brought in extra security. oakland police and almedia county sheriffs' deputies are requesting to be here in the stands, so hopefully no problems. >> let's hope for a clean game in the field as well as the stands. thank you for that report.
we love to see which team you are rooting for at today's game. send your fan photos on our ktvu facebook page. lots of viewers are already accepting photos in. this came from diana asenseo yesterday. she said we'll be celebrating my dad's 58th birthday tomorrow at the game. you can tell go raiders for them. happy birthday to her dad. then we have angela martin jimenez. look at that cute little guy. another raiders fan for you. he looks pretty excited and pretty happy. olivia rivera. there we go. look at those two. look like they are getting along. at least for now. that's good. that's what we want to see on the field today, right? this is adorable. check out this little 9er girl from victoria moda. you know you're a fan when your baby is all dressed up like that. adorable picks there. my little brother, very big
49ers fan. that is actually an understatement. as you can imagine his two kids, my niece and nephew are huge fans too. he sent me this video to prove it. >> who has it better? >> right on cue. >> keep saying it. >> that's from my family to yours. big niner fans in my family. >> very cute. i love how you say it's your little brother. despite him being a grown man. he will always be a little brother. no bull, the golden state warriors have the best record in the nba. >> down the lane, up and in. what a scoop! >> the warriors record setting night in chicago against the bulls. it's something that has never
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we've got those partly sunny skies, and some areas actually waking up with quite a bit of fog. we've got visibility to a quarter mile. here's another look at the sfo reporting delays up to 45 minutes for some arriving flights. we're going to be mainly dry for today for the outdoor activities but as i back up here just a little bit picking up on a little bit of rain off- shore. and this front back here is going to be working towards the bay area as we get into tonight and into tomorrow morning. this is a weak system and looks like most of us will remain dry but we're going to call for the possibility of a few scattered showers tonight into monday morning especially over parts of the north bay. the rest of us will be mostly cloudy, maybe a passing sprinkle and that's about it. tuesday is the dry day. wednesday mainly dry, looks like wednesday night into thursday, this next system rolls in and this one looks significant. we're talking about the possibility of heavy rain returning to the bay area. several inches of rain is what the forecast model is predicting at this time.
and very strong winds. we know that we're already very saturated and 9 very strong winds this time around this bring down power lines as well as trees. we'll be tracking that for you. again it's going to come in late wednesday night into thursday. temperatures now outside your door mostly cloudy skies and 54 oakland. 58 san francisco. 48 for santa rosa. this area here, a chilly start, and trailing behind the rest of us, most of us in the 50s and 58 concord but again it's cloudy. bring along the jacket if you're going to do some outdoor shopping this morning. afternoon highs for the second half of the day. 62 san rafael as well as berkeley. oakland 64. into the south bay more of the same. temperatures range in the mid- 60s, a few upper 60s, morgan hill 67. 67 santa cruz. partly sunny skies for today. we'll deal with that fog through the morning hours. then it will pretty much dissipate and be out of the way. temperatures tomorrow, very
similar. that chance for showers in the forecast, not a big deal. but you may need the umbrella if you're worried bit. come tuesday we're not only dry, we're mild. look at the numbers, upper 60s in the forecast for the afternoon. wednesday mainly dry, evening showers a possibility. but that bigger storm expected to move in as we sleep and join us in time for thursday morning. back to you. christmas is coming early for golden state warrior fans. >> the team owns best record in the nba at 17-12 and last night on the road against the chicago bulls the warriors set a franchise record by winning their 12th game in a row. dream on green flying high in the windy city scoring a career high 31 points, seven boards while clay thompson with 29 points >> the guys just compete. i think they figured out too that defensively we're very good, so if we just take care of the ball and defend every night then we've got a chance
some bay area post offices will be open the next few weekends to help people get holiday cards and gifts out on time. several will be open today and for the next two sundays. most of them will be open either from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or noon to 5:00. some will also be open on saturday, december 13th and 20th. if you're looking for something to do with the family this weekend the california academy of sciences and the exploratorium in san francisco are both offering free admission today. in addition to their regular exhibits right now the academy of sciences has a special winter wonder land exhibit. the director says there's something for everyone. >> indoor snow flurries, live
reindeer and a snowman theater with live stage programming. >> that exhibit is going to open from now until january 4th. >> today's not a bad day to head out. we have some good weather. won't last forever though, right? >> right. the clouds and fog this morning. for the afternoon, partly sunny skies, generally mild, you may need a light jacket. in the extended forecast, more rain and sierra snow on the way. temperatures this morning, ranging in the upper 40s to upper 50s, 60s in the forecasts. a few scattered showers tonight into tomorrow and then as we get into tuesday we're dry, a stronger storm moves in wednesday night into thursday. >> it hasn't been that cold. >> right, in the 60s. >> it's been dry. even at night. it's chilly but not like 30s. >> not winter cold.