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walnut creek where the postholiday sales are in full swing. where all the bargains are
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next. >> a controversial showing with big support. what people are saying about the interview after its release in the bay area. mornings on 2 starts now. look at system some of the damage after protesters ripped and broke. you can see some of the ornaments and the lights on that christmas tree there. ktvu is live talk scene n. just about two minutes. he will show us exactly what demonstrators did and the message they were trying to deliver. good morning. welcome to mornings on 2. >> glad that you're here, alley. >> i am glad to be here. >> we have had a lot of fun sonar. dave clark is off today. let's get started with wealther and traffic. meet -- in for steve. cool, crisp, and a nice day today; right? >> a winter chill this
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morning. as we get into the second half, we'll be mostly sunny. we will be on the cool side, but temperatures won't be so bad. the wind once again with our temperature this is morning. let's check in on some of those winds. we have 23 miles per hour. you free the arrows these winds primarily coming not from the north. and that means crossing our bridges this morning. a little bit tough. you're going to have that wind bumping up against your cars and maybe even soon mateo as well as the soon marsallx the bay bridge. for the first time this meeting is calm. all morning long. and agusty wind through livermoore. and winds have turned calm. livermoore seeking -- sinking below 74. reel differly mild whether you look at walnut creek that has been freezing for the entire morn being very light winds. concord has moved around from 35 to 44 depending on that wind that picks up. the temperatures come up and it
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goes calm. temperatures drop once again. san francisco is 352. sfo propertying 53. and low 40s as well. the winds preventing any fog from forming not morning and keeping temperatures up because it keeps the atmosphere mixed and that cool dense air isn't allowed to settle in. fifty-seven for the afternoon today. and mostly sunny nice oakland. fifty-six redwood city. fifty-nine san jose. up east from santa rosa and napa. and so the winds will eventually die off as we get into the second half of your day. i'll have a look at what we can expect for your bay area weekend coming up. >> thank you so much. time now 7:03. we are also keeping an eye on the roads. look at there. there is the reason why we liver in the bay area, folks. chamber of commerce day there morning across the golden gate bridge. no major problems on the traffic span across the golden gate bridge.fully really in the bay area. as we take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza looking very nice. no major problems as we have seen. i looked at the traffic maps a few moments ago. it is a sea of green and we
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like green whether it comes to traffic. get out there. eight to ten minutes to get you across the span of the bay bridge there morning. also this morning, we are talking to the manager of a store in oakland that was vandalized during a christmas night antipolice demonstration. ktuv -- ktvu live where a christmas tree was the target for vandals. >> bryan, good morning to. you it was anything but a silent night here in oakland last flight as protesters moved through there area. a small group vandalized several businesses in this area, and they also, you can see, trashed this christmas tree that sits here on the plaza in jack london square. and the fence that sits around the tree was also bloken. in is video that was posted to facebook last flight. it shows people hurling object rats the christmas tree and ripping down the lights. this all followed a mostly peaceful demonstration that wound through the streets of oakland and
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began in the downtown area. at least # hundred people took part. this was the latest local demonstration over police violence targeting minorities. organizers dubbed last night's demonstration no time off. the aim is to keep police officers busy. and after the jack london square christmas tree was vandalized last night, firefighters and police officers moved in to help with the clean up. they swept up the broken ornaments and also helped to repair that fence. and nearby, there was more damage as well. workers swept hundred shattered glass from the sidewalk after vandals used chunks of concrete to
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not all. we expect to see the deepest discounts. we are live in walnut creek. back to you. >> and thatter woman that you talked to in the interview is talking about how crazy the malls used to be. i wonder if the popularity of online slopping is taking some people out of the stores. >> and i definitely the so. they have web buster deals. a lot of folks did a lot of their shopping way in advance, especially those black friday deals. they really took advantage of those as well. yes, you are definitely seeing less of people crowding the stores which overly make for a more pleasant slopping experience overall. >> speaking of shopping. >> and the wallet is out. >> the expresso maker. i don't know. that is
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what i tell people anyway. >> deal. >> thank. you appreciate it. sony's the interview is now snow some theaters. people across the bay area live lined up to release the movie that was almost not released on christmas day. more on the curiosity, defiance, and patriotism pulling people into the film. >> it's a very, very silly movie. a very silly movie. >> movie goers got the spoof they expected. >> the cia would love it if you two could take him out. >> hmn? >> take him out. >> take him snout >> like for drinks? >> it came away with a grasp of why the real dictator and liz regime aren't in on the joke. >> spoiler alert, but he dies, so i can actually can imagine -- i can imagine what the fluff was, yeah. >> the freedom of speech. >> we need to be here in support. >> people bought tickets early, and lined up early. selling out screenings across the bay area
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and the nation. small theaters benefiting after the national chains responding to threats and sony's cyber attack dropped the film. >> it has a lot more buzz. which it is a good thing. we do need to fight back over what lapped. >> the ma -- happened. >> the majority of people wanted to come opening day, christmas day, the day that america decided to play the interview. >> some theaters like there one in san jose took extra security precautions, a walk-through by police. >> inspecting the movie house and exit. fans filed past bang large purses and bags. there ticket is a big part. >> and i feel that is an insult tootler personal pride which i feel -- to their personal pride which i feel i really don't care about. >> and new signs also banned
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backpacks and packages, something patrons took in instrument these teenagers drove an hour from the peninsula to be here. >> we believer as americans it's -- we believe it's really important to come out and slow support to watch the premier. we're not here for the actor. we're here to show north korea that any type of threat against us is no threat of all. >> oh, there dog is killing me with its cuteness. >> the movie which north korea calls an act of war is now being judged on its merit. >> it's not chandler's list. >> anarch differ mediocrity for some. >> there's nothing to be upset about. >> it is not a movie you take seriously. it's just plain silly, and it's a great christmas treat really. >> you will find a list of movie theaters slowing the interview. just go to ktvu.com and click on web links. well, time
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talk lam after pulling off a tricky escape. and 23-year-old climbed ape ventilation deck, punched out a small weekend. but have yet to be sentenced. and he is 5' 9,
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160-pounds with brown hair and eyes o asked to call 911. now, you may not know all the names. 2014 was a bad year for some people like donald sterling, ray rice, and omar gonzalas. >> some of the biggest scandals of the year. >> from washington to hollywood to the world of sports, 2014 was no stranger to these stories. it seemed open season for intruders at the white house. at least three people jumped the fence. several caught the secret service offguard. omar gonzalas made it all the way to the east room before finally being tackled by agent. secret service director julia pearson took a lit as well and stepped down. over at the va. the secretary took the fall as well after his agency was shamed by reports that 40 veterans at the phoenix va died while waiting for care. almost 100 va facilities are now under investigation. and the strange story of army
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sergeant bergdahl gripped the nation as he was turned over if exchange -- in exchange for five detainees. some were outraged they were not consulted. while an earlier report called bergdahl a desserter. he's being reinvestigated and on death duty. then there was jonathan. unknown to most to the mit economics professor and ark tech obama care accused american of being too dumb to understand that obama care may cost them more. we caught up with the professor but in time done talking for the moment. >>
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it's always interesting to look back at 2014 >> it's been interesting to say the least. >> it's been interesting in the newsworld. >> time now 17:19. we're taking a look at rosemary. >> we do have perhaps a little bit more coming but not for your bay area weekend. not for today. outdoors the sun is rising. it's hard to find any clouds in the sky. we do have that system that brought us a little rain continuing to push off to the east. we are mostly sunny skies. the winds continue on the front side of this ridge of high
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pressure that is beginning to move in. one system moving out. ridge of high pressure moving not. we right in between with brisk northerly winds that continue to blow this morning and really controlling our temperatures cxfing -i show you that in just a moment. we'll continue dry and cool for today, tomorrow and sunday. the north breeze is expected to let up just a little bit as we get into the second half of the afternoon. it's been gusting quite strong in some areas. right now fairfield gusting to 29 miles per hour. that's stronger than we were just a limb while ago. napa at 8:00. oakland checking not at 8:00. concord a southerly breeze at five miles an hour. the northerly flow will continue. and 42 right now. that's anywhere from 78 degrees warmer than we were 24 hours ago. even though it is warm reel differly speaking or warmer, it's still very chilly. concord 35. and walnut 32.
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the winds have been fairly light and here it shows because the freezing really hasn't budged in the last couple of hours. forty-seven in livermoore. temperatures in the low 40 yous. around the bay, mid 40s in areas like oakland. low host in hayward. upper horst and low 50s. forty-nine at 8:00. and 45 in palo alto. so a cool run and a brisk one for many if you are stepping out this morning. chill for you 506789. mid east at antioch. these numbers are a lot like what we had yesterday and mostly sunny skies. and as we get into the south bay. fifty-six mountain view. you are stepping in at 59 this afternoon. the extended forecast here with your bay area weekend. so we are sunny. we cool. temperatures will range in the mid to upper east for the second half of our
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day. the winds will begin to die down and want to tomorrow morning without the wind, we expecting temperatures to be even colder. we will wake up tomorrow a very chilly start near freezing for many of us. that brings on the possibility of patchy frost. we'll be watching that for your saturday morning. outside of that. we have mostly sunny school weather in store saturday and sunday. as we get into monday. tuesday will be the next chance at seeing some rain come our way. models aren't in complete agreement on that just yet and we're several days out. >> over the next several nights time to remember to cover your plants. >> for the first time this year that we have had to drop that warning. >> yeah. some of the coldest numbers so far this season for sure. >> all right. thank you so much. >> you're welcome. hard to believer it was a decade ago. today marked ten years p since the tsunami devastated more than a dozen countries in asia. in 20 minutes, the somber memorial this morning all ahead on the ktvu
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channel 2 news. >> i saw a big flash of light. it could have easily gotten into not only my house but all these houses. >> and a home destroyed by a fire on christmas. how neighbors help each other break out in the early morning hours.
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we have an update. a victorian home is a total loss while the house nextdoor is heavily damaged no. one was injured as most of the people livering in the homes were gone for the holiday. firefighter and neighbors helped to save two cats and a dog in one of the homes. >> >> the neighbors help the neighbors. a come of people immediately notified the resident who is are out of town. their home was on fire. >> investigatorsly the the fire may have started
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in between these two homes and they are now looking at electrical problems as a possible cause of the feoffment well, california -- sorry, go ahead. >> california's flu season is off to a slow start. it could get worse. that's according to the cdc of northern california. flak tit is low with fewer than 1000 people reporting flu- like symptoms. one person has died of the flu so far. the cdc is says things could get worse. the current vaccine doesn't offer a lot of protection against some of there year's virus strain. it was a somber christmas for an oakland mother who lost two sons to gun violence. a message she has for fans. and frustrated gamers worldwide. xbox and playstation both impacted. i'll tell you the latest on the efforts to restore those online gaming systems. and the air outside our doors. the sun is now up and our
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temperatures will eventually begin to turn around. i'll have a look at your current conditions and what you can expect for your afternoon coming up.
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hackers are at it gain. that playstation gaming console are for sale. a lot of people whether or not received there were not able to play it. she's going to tell us why in just a minute. good morning to you. i am in for tori calbell. >> bryan florez. let's get your day started with weather and traffic. microphone working? >> ily the so. >> what is the weather going to be like in >> cool and bees. it's a pretty start today. the sun is up and shine. it's the wind that is definitely the ledline at this hour. sfo reporting 23 miles per hour. the gusts have let up at least for the time being. livermoore has gone calm for the first time all morning. livermoore has finally seen the winds lighten up just a little bit.
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gentlemen these winds coming not from the north and whether they do there, that means you have got on little bit of trouble get ago cross the bridges. the bay bridge, soon mateo and as you get autopsy cross those bridges. if this is your commute, holding tight to the legal. let's check in on some of these temperatures. walnut creek slipping below freezing. that will put a chill in your bones. thirty-one. thirty-five in concord. and some of these areas in the upper host. 50 degrees livermoore is where we stood for most of the morning having to do with the wind. when gentlemen the wind, it stirs. things around won't allow that cool air to sink in. take a look at some areas like san francisco reporting 353. fifty-two. and we have 50 in half moon bay. the wind impacting nos this area, also procolluding any fog from forming out there this morning. so in that case, gentlemen the cool brie sioux -- breezy conditions but have no fog. and we have two wreaths from two different neighborhoods. and for the afternoon today, these numbers are a lot like yesterday. widespread mid to upper o 50s.
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mostly sunny skies. the winds will daikon as we get into the second half of the afternoon. i'll have a look at your bay area weekend in@couple of minutes. time now you 7:31. keeping an eye on traffic. just because sal is not here, that doesn't mean we can't get our eye on the road. >> if you're going to fill in for sal. >> there isn't any traffic. i'm being advised to make this the best traffic
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hacks of gaming networks. according to bloberg news, the group says that if people don't .22 about their actions, they will continue to lack the
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system. microsoft the parent company would confirm that this is indeed a hack. now, many gamers are frustrated, but others are taking the outage in stride. >> there are people out there that are mad at the world. you just want to mess a good thing up. >> and at this point, it appears the hack is not an alleged attack. it is not as serious as the one on sony pictures that exposed embarrassing e-mails and threatened the release of the movie, the interview.
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there have been no reports that any personal data has been breeched in this alleged hack. on both the websites, nay are saying that engineers are working on solving the problem. as we are seek online, there are a lot of people frustrated worldwide. if you try to follow tighter feed, there are so many angry tweets you can't keep up. >> a lot of tech-savvy people. when they want to voice their frustration, they take to twitter. >> a lot of angry gamers. thank you so much. it was a somber christmas. two of letter sons were killed within week of each other nearly one year ago. a mother's message of hope for other parent loss lost children to gun violence. they prepared christmas dinner just as we have for heres -- years to. empty claires placed in photos of the table. her only children, two sons both slot and killed within weeks of each other. >> 13 years old. now 14 years old. at the murder. >> and on this christmas while other families celebrate. her son's killers remain free while she grieves. still, he is determined to keep their memories allover. >> just remembering that my christmas, because the presents -- -- their presence is no longer here, but their spirit is. >> in honor of their spirit, what keep hearse going is letter fight for
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justice selling tee shirts, writing a book to raise money for a reward fund. >> getting up every day to do something really keeps me grounded and focused and keeps me from losing my mind. >> she reached out to another mother, erica smith, whose 15-year-old son was killed in february outside a boys and girls club. and 17-year-old daughter justice was shot and killed last january. >> the last few holiday for there year. it's been real hard for me. and i just. i cried. and >> his other loss is his only son, mario jr. shooting a sentence and wrote a christmas card to her and his family expressing grief. >> i have seen the smile lit up for christmas the last 18 years. but this year, it was a cold year for me. >> a cold flight as he visited his daughter's
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graversite. but for these families, there is warmth finding others to share and support them in grief and helping them to move on. >> you remember the one that's you have lost. always remember them. >> no arrests have been made. she hopes that will clang for the new year. and one suffer minor injuries will an apartment building caught feoffment it took crews about annulare yesterday morning to bring the fire under control at a building on the end of palm grover cart court. investigators believer the fire was accidental and it may have been caused by candles. a family of four livering in the apartment was forced to sleep have whether else last flame investigators suspect a homeless person may have sparked a two alarm fire at a commercial building. videos posted online shows flames. we have not received any reports of injuries or damage. for the first time in a century, christmas mass at holy cross catholic church
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was held in its bingo hall. a fire destroy the church's sanctuary. and investments that were zaired and cleaned after the fire. >> we went through all these motions. all this grieving. about losing our church. and the christmas, it seems is a time of joy. so p it's okay to rejoice to be happen. >> some of the at that statues from the fire were on display. the die sis of san jose is currently coming waive and give up reconstruction plans and figuring out how much it will cost to rebuild the church. >> hundreds of people gathered for its annual local day service. music added to the christmas spirit of the san francisco church yesterday. the celebration was tacked with -- packed with people from all over the
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bay area taking the time to give thanks and reflect. over the years, the service has become a tradition in the tenderloin. and after the service, about 5000 people received a loam-cooked meal dining hall. hundreds of volunteers prepared food for people needing help this holiday. and glide will continue holiday giving through the end of the month. and on sunday, sanford football players will serve free meals in the dining hall. well, after taking christmas off, the 49ers returned to practice today. they are preparing for their final game of the season. it's this sunday against the play-off bound arizona cardinals. it will likely be the last game as 49ers led coach. this christmas week instead of talking about just future, he reminisced about his favorite present ever. he says he was out sick whether he received a bedding set with nfl logo. >> those are my sheets. that was my comforter until i graduated high school. i had those all the way through high school.
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i didn't take it to college. well, the 49ers take on the arizona cardinals at leavy stadium sunday at 1:25. you can catch the game here on channel 2. but the 49ers game won't be the last football there year at leavy stadium. next tuesday night is hosting the first ever bowl. sanford is a two touchdown favorite. this bowl game was played at at&t park. >> a lot of exciting football coming up. >> in is the week to watch. >> time now 7:40. switching gears as well prompt testers go wild at ekeland's square. coming up in the next hour of mornings on 2, a look at the damage to a historic holiday tradition. >> but first, it began as a childhood excitement now ace home among the treetops. how this unique gift is making national ledlines. old dry weather continue over the bay area this morning. for many of us, the wind is
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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. and people of south asia are honoring the victims. you recall an earthquake measuring 9.1 triggered a, thesnum -- se ,
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thesunami that killed people more than ten years ago o. officials placed flowers at a mass graver site which holds the remains of tens of thousands of unidentified victims. >> the people who died in the s, thesunami, it was actually only their body that died. their spirit is still allover. >> hopefully by doing this, everyone will feel peace. >> natural disaster caused an estimated $10 billion in damage. a wake will be held tonight. he will then be buried tomorrow. vice president joe biden will be among those tending the funeral. ramos and his partner were shot and killed in their patrol car last saturday. the gunman later took his own life. funeral arrangements are you pending. mourners are been -- have been dying -- tying blue ribbons as a symbol of solid hardy with the nypd following recent protestsest over the choke hold death of eric garner.
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the archbishop. >> we face tensions in our beloved city as you and so many other leaders try your best to invite us to dialogue, to listen instead of shouting. >> a friend of the lanos family says christmas was a specially painful day. several gestures main up unopened at their loam and livermoore police arrest a man and woman on christmas eve with a car full of packages stolen off people's porches. they were arrested after police received phonecalls about two people stealing packages from purses in livermoore on tuesday morning. officers were able to identify them from video surveillance. whether police searched their car, nay found it was full of stolen mail and packagesser a granite bay couple's gift to each other will be featured on a network television slow.
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their over-the hoff top tree house started as a childhood dream and lead to a home in the treetops. climb into the treetops and into luxury and this treehouse complete with a kitchen, bathroom and stunning vineyard strews. with >> we wanted a nice sitting area inside. to watch and have company and great decks so that we could enjoy the of our vineyard. >> and ended with a home away of loam for pat and mike splinter. >> as we were watching tv one night, pat is watching tree house you masters. i was reminiscing about wouldn't it be great to have a treelouse. that is why it all started. >> animal planet's treehouse masters >> that will highlight the tradition of making candy. >> he came waive and give up this plan and it was
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i'll give you a kitchen for your candy cain. >> a stovertop, tomorrow sitting area offers a warm area to relax with views over the vineyard and a loft is just steps -- steps away for a nap on a limb. the whole project built while the splinters were gone. >> we knew what the plans looked like. but, you know, plans and the reality are often quite different >> you it's a long way from the wood pallets and rick et i walls that made the childhood treelouse and one his grandparents have made home. >> i like to sit on the balcony sometimes and on the bed sometimes and sit is down to you relax. plackless on there. i like to play with grandpa. >> the episode of treelouse masters documents the design, build, and reveal the and the sprint earnest right where they'll watch it. >> we're going to be watching right here in the tree louse. >> there is amazing to look at. line >> reporter: love how their name is is the sprinter. >> you just can't get over it.
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it was meant to be. they were meant to have a tree house like that. >> time now is 7:47. rosemary. line >> reporter: mean really. i was thinking the same thing. meant to be. >> if you were going into a treelouse today, it might be a good idea to take a jacket. >> sure. >> and they have heating. they have plumbing in there. okay, whether you are walking up the stairs to that treehouse, bring a jacket. >> i love a dishwasher. i could not liver in a treehouse without a dishwasher. >> all right. let's talk about last happening this morning. hopefully you're getting out and having some fun. it is cold out there. take a look at this snapshot of the satellite view. easy for many to say; right? we have mostly clear skies. almost the entire state seeing a few pictures pop up from southern california. they have clear sky there is. gentlemen clear skies here. but it is a chilly
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one. we have a ridge of high pressure that is strengthen over the bay area. we right within that northerly flow. that dry cold air is settling in and not going away any time soon. for today, saturday as well as sunday, you can expect temperatures in the upper east. low 60s at best for the afternoon. meanwhile, this morning still a cold start in concord holding on to 35 as you get into the second half of the morning. lit begin to feel better. i think by 9:00 we are still in the host. that's still chilly. but by 10:00 or so, plenty sunshine. low 50s in the forecast. for your afternoon, upper 50s. wall-to-wall sunshine expected for today. your sun sets about 5:00. we have about nine and a half hours of daylight. into the evening hours those temperatures are going to plum et once again. the wind is expected to die down. once the wind dies down, we looking at colder temperatures. tomorrow morning, we'll be joining you here. mornings on 2. i think a lot of these areas will be in the low 40s.
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perhaps more 30s on the map as well. we'll be tracking that for you tomorrow morning and a possibility of patchy frost. temperatures for the afternoon today. how about 56en. fifty-seven in san francisco. you're going to 58. as we shoot south into redwood city. fifty-nine. upper 50s. san jose. morgan hill. these numbers again a lot like yesterday. it felt pretty good yesterday until the winds started to blow. it cuts right through you. it put a sliver in me. giving me a look at your lake tahoe fore a. temperatures in the low post for today. getting to about 40 degrees. tomorrow morning could be the chilliest start with temperature downs about 7 degrees. in the forecast here. and your bay area weekend slowing you not a lot of clang. the wind is expected to go away.
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and with that, whether have patchy frost at least for some of our interior value lease looks like tomorrow morning. protect your pets. protect your plants. definitely a couple of items to consider. as we get into monday and tuesday, temperatures cool back a little bit more. we have a cold system that is going to pull in. one model wants to bring some rain to the bay area on tuesday. maybe even low snow. and i'm looking at the microclimates you in that five-day forecast. there is the time of year whether they're all about the same. >> light. >> you thank you splotch. coming up on mornings on 2, two first responders for parents to take the big leap. the romantic way a firefighter asks a police officer to be his bride. but first, a christmas tree still standing after four decades. yes. after the break, the reason one plan refuses to take it down.
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welcome back. today is first day of kwanza aimed at helping african americans reconnect to their roots by celebrating african culture. a professor at california state university in long beach created it back in 1966 as a nonreligious celebration of family and social values. each day is dedicated to a principle. they are unity, self-determination, collective responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity, and faith. and on each night, a new candle is lit on a candle holder with seven branches. >> a wisconsin man may hold the record for the longest standing christmas treatment it was put up in 1974 when two of his six sons went off to serve in the vietnam war. he planned to take the tree down when he had all six sons home again for the holiday. >> so, still up yet.
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i have five home. but not the sixth one. the sixth one. he's in the state of washington. he's 100% disabled from the vietnam war. >> hi is still hopeful his families will be all together. he predicts the needles that have stayed talk tree for 40 years will finally fall off the tree when his oldest son barry does make it home to wisconsin for christmas. time is 75:35. a pennsylvania family got three special present this is christmas. the the mom went into labor two months aled of schedule. yesterday morning, she delivered triplets. the babies, two girls and one boy. they're all healthy. the mom found out she was having triplets three employees into pregnancy and she wasn't due until february. from now on, december 25th is going to be quite a busy day for there family with christmas times three plus
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three birthdays. >> my birthday is the 2 social security. >> a lot of kids this christmas. near christmas birthday sounds that. it is evenly spaced out. >> you're great. >> we don't really have a choice in it. >> yeah. yeah. >> well, believer it or not today is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. after the break, a look at this morning's rush at one popular store. >> a christmas night demonstration over police brutality turns destructive and vandals in this case took i'm at there christmas tree in jack london square. we'll show you all the damagen that was done leer. and some nearby businesses that were also damaged as well. stepping outdoor this is morning. may i suggest a jacket. we have mostly sannyasis, but there is a winter chill in the air. and for some, the winds still blowing. take a look atlases wind turbines going around and around. what is happening outside your door. what you can expect for the
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welcome back, everybody. northerings on 2. we are live in walnut creek, california where some stores are opening early today.
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in fact, today is one of the busiest shopping days of the year. the excitement cannot be contained for the two ladies standing right next to me here at the newsdesk. >> we're going in the mall too. >> i'm not. we'll see though. and she's been talking to shoppers this morning. she'll come back in just a couple of minutes to talk about lou shoppers are doing. >> how she's doing. she had letter wallet out in that last lit. well, good morning. and i am in for tori campbell. and i'm bryan florez for dave clark. you're definitely going to need the jacket. life without parole busiest days of the slopping year do you have? >> i myself have said that quite a few times a couple of weakons the air. >> we have black friday. and whether does it end?
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>> i understand. getting outside, gentlemen been talking about just how chilly it is. all you have to do is stand next to your window and you probably can feel the cold air. we are back in the 30s and 40s giving you a look here at the wind where they continue to blow. our winds have governed our temperatures. the temperatures are up. and where they are light, the temperatures are very chilly. 60-mile percent hour. a 29-mile per hour gusts. the areas right around fairfield. and yesterday morning temperatures. forty-six right now in fairfield. yesterday about this time you were closer to 36. doesn't mean it feels better than concord at 47. whether you have the wind blowing it feels like 40. it may feel like 45 buzz gentlemen the wind child factor to consider. low 50s san francisco. forty-four in ledwood city and 46 in mountainview. it's a bit of a cool start. we'll take a look atty a -- a few
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measure numbers. as we get into the afternoon. mostly sunny skies. temperatures will remain on the cool side a lot like yesterday. the winds will finally begin to die down. i'll have a look at what you can expect for the afternoon and your bay area week mend just a bit. >> thank you so much. 8:00. 8:01 actually on the dot. we're keeping a block at your traffic. traffic moving nicely. probably about 10 or 15 minutes. want to look in the south bay as well and it doesn't get any better than that. if you are led to the malls, it's a great time. >> some people have to go to work too. >> sit an easy commute. easy commute for everyone there morning. hopefully it stay that's way. antipolice protesters are planning railly at san francisco's union square at noon. there comes after protesters spotted a union.
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savage is live to show us some of the damage >> lotoses clean-up to do. several businesses were vandalized. there is has a lot of people shaking their heads. the christmas tree on the plaza surrounded by crime scene tape after vandals trashed it during last flight's protest. here is video posted to facebook. it shows people hurling objects at the tree and then ripping down the lightings. there followed a mostly peaceful demonstration that wound its way through the streets of oakland. at least a hundred people took part. there was of course the latest local demonstration over police violence targeting minorities. organizers dubbed last flight's demonstration no time off. after the jack london square christmas tree was vandalized last night, firefighters and police officers helped to sweep up the broken ornaments and repair
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the broke fence. and follow far a-- not far away, there was more damage. workers swept up shattered glass from the sidewalk after vandals used clungs of concrete to smash the windows at this store. a total of 25 win dose were busted although the store itself was not looted. the manager told me he was in the middle of christmas dinner last night when he got the call from his alarm company about the broken windows. >> we usually have an idea of rallies and stuff are going on, but there one, there was no warning. you know, so when i am talking to police they kind of thought they might know but it wasn't set in stone like the other ones were. >> workers boarded up most of the windows at that store, but they didn't have enough wood to cover all of them so security guards stood by throughout the night to make sure nobody stole anything from the store. repairs will cost tens of
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thousands of dollars. as wobbling you back out here live, and the post of the demonstration. there were no clashes between officers and protesters and no arrests were made. the biggest slue, all the damage done to nearby businesses and the big mess left blind here after vandals took aim at this christmas tree in jack london square. >> well, is that store manager going to have extra security or any of the other businesses going to have extra security because i know there are some more proteases. >> yeah, and he is probably going to make sure some of there security is on hand. he also is going to have all his windows boarded up. and looking ahead to tonight. and nearly every single one. and tough to break into that store looking forward to that leer. and yeah, he's going to take extra precautions in the future. this really caught him off guard. >> thanks for that report. and 8:04. for those of us who didn't get.
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there's another chance. many stores opened early for postchristmas shoppers. ktvu. she's one of them. she's live in walnut creek. you got them; right? >> i did. and i couldn't resist. whether the new york lady used to liver in new york. she was one whether or not interviewed. they were on sale for 40 bucks. and take a look at my new sheet. all right. leer we go. these are a thousand count. people. a thousand count. >> how much did you get them for? >> i am going to say because they weren't the deal that was 40 bucks. they are a little bit more. but there is the way i looked at it. i saved more than i spent. that is how we women justify our local day slopping. >> did you really need them? >> i did. i really needed them. >> it's hard to turn away.
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i didn't even go into the shoe garment because those are 60% off. i just avoided it. >> is it real crowded? it's not too bad. this lady is ling in right now. the crowds have been pretty nice. they have been pretty. it's still really early. and thousands are expected to spark to stores to snatch up bargains and return. the average consumer returned more than four holiday gifts according to the holiday return survey. people will also be liting the postholiday sales as we mentioned and the new yorker. she told us she couldn't believer how enjoyably slopping experience as been -- has been there season. >> people would go clay crazy. they would be lined up at 6:00 in the morning. goat a parking space in front of macy's in a town where there is no parks left because of construction.
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the meter won't even take my money. >> and sales data isn't just in edit. early results show just up slightly. not all categories serve well. and suffered as shoppers burned apparel in favor of gift cards. so we expect the deepest discount today will be in places like nordstrom, jc mean knee -- pen knee, and gap and macy's. as far as we're done here in walnut creek. we're not going new anymore. so it was kind of contagious. >> whether or not is your photograph senator >> you're not elbowing people to look at items and everything. it was a pleasurable experience. i have to say. >> did you say george bought sheet toss? >> oh. >> no, he didn't buy the sheets. >> they are really nice sheets
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know. >> the shoe section is 350% off. boxes and shoes everywhere. you said it's not that chaotic there. >> no, there's not. a lot of times the selection is really good if you have ever been to union ware. the huge macy's down there as well and
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>> take him out. >> take him snout >> like for drinks? >> no. >> it came away with auguries p -- grasp of why the real dictator and his regime aren't in on the joke. >> spoiler alert, but he dies. so i can actually imagine what the -- i can imagine what the fluff was, yeah. >> freedom of speech. we need to be here in support. >> people bought tickets early and lined up early. and and small benefiting after the national chains responding to threats and sony cyber attack dropped the film. >> it has a lot more buzz which it's a good thing. we do need to fight back over what happened. and the majority of people wanted to come opening day, christmas day. the day the america decided. and some theaters like there one in san jose took extra
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security precautions. inspecting the movie and exit. large purses and bags in the theater. and and the bigger international doctor massachusetts >> and and being in this american movie. i feel like that's an insult to our personal price. which i feel i really don't care about. and no signs also banned backpacks and packages. and something patrons took in pride. -- stride. these teenagers drove annulare to be here. >> and shop our support and to batch our premier. and and to show north korea that any type of threat against us is no threat at all. >> oh. >> and this dog is kill megawith liz cuteness. >> the movie which north korea call answer act of war is now being judged on its
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merit. >> an act of mediocrity for some. and it is not a movie you take seriously. it's a great christmas treat. >> that was deborah reporting on our website. you'll find eyelets of movie theaters showing interview. go to ktvu.com. there were a lot of people whether or not never planned to see that film that are now going to see it. time now is 8:11. coming up xbox and playstation out of service. hackers say they're responsible. what we're learning about the christmas tree outage. >> the tun is shine -- the sun is shining. our temperatures range from 32 to 52 you. take a look at what's expected for your
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welcome back to mornings on 2. four people killed and two others hospitalized following a head-on crash near sacramento. one of the cars was engulfed in flames. the collision happened around 1:30 in the community of fair oaks near highway 50. one of the victims was rejected from the vehicle. investigators believer speed was a factor in the crash. gentlemen an update to a house fire in san francisco we first reported
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yesterday morning. inspectors have red tagged two homes. a victorian home on mississippi street near 22nd street is a total loss while the house next door is heavy damaged. no one was injured. that is the good news. most of the people were gone for the holidays. firefighters and neighbors helped save two cats and a dog. >> it seems like a great neighborhood. a supple of people notified the residents. their home was on fire. discipline vest gaiters think the fire may have started between the two homes. they are looking at electrical problems as arkoses of the fire. >> an apartment build energy san jose caught fire. it took crews about an hour to bring the fire under control at a building on the end of palm grover court. investigators believer the fire was accidental and it may have been caused by candles. the family of four livering in the apartment was forced to sleep many where else
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last flight. and investigators suspect a homeless person may have sparked a two alarm fire at a commercial building there. there is video posted online slowing flames engulfing the building. we have not received any reports. however, of injuries or damage estimates. well, christmas, to 14 will be one never forgotten by one atlanta firefighter and his police officer girlfriend. >> that is where matthew brown chose to ask his girlfriend to become a bigger part of his life. >> it was a surprise christmas day proposal from an atlanta firefighter to his atlanta police officer girlfriend here at there location, the jackson street bridge, overlooking the city of atlanta, a city they both protect. >> >> on one knee, atlanta firefighter, matthew brown popped the big question to his girlfriend, atlanta police officer >> she said yes. >> yes, to a team member of
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engine 6 squat four. his fellow firefighters -- squad four. his fellow firefighters were in on the surprise christmas proposal. they had help from some atlanta police officers and family members of miss stapleton who pretended to take her to the store you but placed cupid on santa's instead. bringing her to the bridge as arranged by matthew brown. >> no chance you were going to say no? >> absolutely not. >> the come has been dating several years and now livered together after meet on the job. firefighter brown arrived in dress color guard uniform and a. and resee each other react. >> during work, they sometimes crossed the jackson street bridge. a favorite spot for a city skyline photos. but matthew brown's best man of
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fellow firefighter >> in is looking at the scene we protect. >> so with the diamond engagement range in -- ring in place two, of lateral listen at that's finest continue their journey together. >> it's -- >> we're all on duty right now. >> yeah. >> one fire call and we're all out of here. >> that was george franco. the wedding is scheduled for september in the bahamas. congratulations. >> i hear the bahamas is a nice place to visit. the firefighter's baseball game. i foreign they have it in atlanta and if they could get a little intense with bride and groom on opposing team. time now is 8:18. it's a good time to talk to rosemary off the weather. >> yeah.
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>> i'll take it from here. we have plenty of sunshrine. it's a glorious start to the day. beautiful wall-to-wall blue skies. we do have that that will continue to come in. and a little bit of rain on christmas over. still working its way through across the areas of the central portion of the country. here and around lake taho if i don't you are going here for the weekend. it's going to be cold. they picked up some new snow for that storm as well. for today, we're going to
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you xbox live partially restore. playstation network is still down. and christmas day is a day for gamers. very bad time. and we have a reputation about their servers too.
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as a consumer. and i still keep using sony. >> >> and the hack. the playstation network and xbox. and trying to log on yesterday. christmas day traffic. but now hours later, the systems are still experiencing problems. knight sony nor microsoft, the parent companies have verified the out tv outage is related to hacking. much of the drama unfolded on twitter with gamer offering how much is o vouchers to get them to stock stop the hack. the group called the finest tried to track the ip addresses of the alleged hackers, all of it alarming to consumers. >> i think that everybody is a bit more nervous whether it's been the type of retail like brick and more or the -- mortar. target. people assigned at that thought of swiping a credit card where their information was going. now they know that in a
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digital space too, nay can be attacked. >> at there point, there have been no reports that the outages have resulted in any data breaches but from what we are seeing online, there are frustrated gamers worldwide. if you try to follow this issue on twitter, you simply can't because the feed refreshes so afternoon because of angry tweets related to playstation and dbox. >> and you faulked to some of the slopers. are they concerned. are they going to stop using the gaming systems for the time being until this gets cleaned up or what is their refox that? >> most of the people we talked to. they ended up playing games offline. frustrating to have there slue on christmas day. but folks we have talked to say it's not going to stop them from gaming all together. >> reporting live from san francisco, thank you so much. it was a somber christmas for an east bay employer. two of her sons were killed within weeks of her mother nearly one year ago. ktvu has a mother's message of hope.
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her other parent who is have lost children to gun violence. >> nay prepare christmas dinner just as they have for years. only this year, placed two empty claires placed in photos of the table. her only children, two sons both shot and killed within weeks of each other. >> 13 years at the time of his mere. now 14 years old. and 19 years old at the time of his murder. >> on there christmas while other families celebrate, her son's killers remain free while she grovers. still, she is determined to keep their memories allover. >> just remembering them at christmas because their presence is no longer here but nary spirit is. >> what keeps her going is her fight for justice selling tee shirts fighting to resummon. >> getting up every day to do smug keeps me grounded
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and focused and from losing mri mind. >> she reached out to another mother, erica smith whose 15-year-old son was killed in february outside a boys and girls club in oakland. and morrow toliver whose 17- year-old daughter, justice, was killed last january. >> the last few holidays has been real hard for me. and i just i cry. and i think to myself -- the other loss there christmas is his only son whether or not is serving a sentence for shooting justice and wrote a christmas card to letter and his family expressing his grief. >> i have seen smiles lit up for christmas for the last 18 years. there year was a cold year for me. >> a cold night as he visited his daughter's grasersite. for these family there is is warmth finding others to share and support them in grief and helping them to move on.
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>> and remember the one flays you have lost. always remember them. >> sow, if no arrests have been mad. she lopes that will chincough in the new year. and for the first time in the century, christmas mass hat holy cross catholic church was held in its pingo hall. a fire destroyed the church last month. the congregation has been gathering in the bingo hall ever since. at yesterday's mass, the there were saved and cleaned after the fire. >> we went through all the emotion and grieving after losing our church. in christmas, it seems the time of joy.er it's okay to rejoice >> some of the at that you --
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statues. and coming waive and give up reconstruction plans and figuring out how much it will cost to rebuild the church. after taking christmas off, the 49ers returned to practice today. they are preparing for their final game of the season. tough to say that. it is this sunday against the arizona cardinals. lit also likely be the last game as 49ers head coach. and lot of rumors where least going to be going. instead of talking about his future. he reminisced about his favorite present this year. he was about six when he received a bedding set with nfl logos. >> those are my sheets. that was my comforter until i graduated high school. i had those all the way through high school. i didn't take him to college. >> the 49ers take on the arizona cardinals sunday at 1:25. where else can you watch the game? that game sunday at 1:25.
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and it's between the stanforden cardinal. and this bowlgame used >> the time of year for football. >> and also getting rid of the christmas tree. coming up from your livering room to cur-- curbside. the service being offered in san francisco that will put your old christmas tree. >> there one is awesome. it's a childhood memory for one person and now a loam among the (vo) nourished.
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site which hold rest mains of tens of thousands of unidentified victims. >> people who died on the s -- it was only their body that died. their spirit is still allover. >> lopefully by doing this, everyone will feel peace of mind and peace of heart. >> the natural disaster also caused $10 billion in damage. >> a wake will be held tonight for one of the two new york city police officers killed in an ambush. the wake for officer rafael ramos will be held at a church in queens. he will then be buried tomorrow. vice president joe biden listen among those aattending the funeral. ramos and his partner will be shot and killed in their patrol car last saturday. the gunman later took his own life. funeral arrangements are pending. >> meantime, mourners are tying rib boones on poles and fences as a symbol of solid arty following cent police protests over the cloakhold death of eric garner. at a christmas mass, new york's
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archbishop spoke of the need of the community to real and unify. >> as we face tensions and divisions in our beloved city as you and so many other leaders try your best to invite us to dialogue and to listen instead of shouting >> a friend says christmas was a painful day for the family >> e he says several gestures main unopened at their home. >> police arrest a plan and a woman on christmas eve with a car full of packages stolen off of people's porches. were arrested after police received phonecalls about two people stealing packages from porches in livermoore on wednesday morning. officers were able to identify them from video surveillance of one of the package threats and whether police searched their car, they found it was full of stolen mail and packages from la fayette and
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livermore. grain nit bay couple's gift to each other will be featured on a network television show today. their over-the-top tree house started as a childhood dream and laid to a home in the treetops. >> climb into the treetoms and into luxury in this tree house complete with a kitchen, bathroom and stunning vineyard views. >> we wanted a nice sitting area inside to watch and have company and great decks so that we could enjoy the view of our vineyard. >> what started as childhood reminiscing ended with a home away from home for pat and mike splinter. >> pat is watching gene house master's and i was reminiscing about gee, wouldn't it be great to have a tree house. that is kind of where it all started. >> anne mall planet's treelouse masters took on the project for a holiday themed episode that will lie light the christmas
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tradition of making candy. >> he came waive and give up this plan. it was i'll give you a kitchen for your candy cain. >> the kitchen is complete with a stovertop, oven, remajor -- stovetop, oven, and dishwasher. the sitting area offers a warm air to relax and views over the vineyard and a loft is steps away for a nap on a limb. the whole project billed while the splinters were gone. >> we knew what the plans looked like. but you know, plans and the reality are afternoon quite different. >> it's a long way from the wood pallets and rick ety wall that's made splinter's childhood tree louse. the one his grandkids have made home. >> i like to sit talk balcony sometimes and on the bed sometimes. >> plackless. are the episode documents the design, build. and >> we're going to be watching right here in the tree house.
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>> that is so cool. that video is not like the tree house sits in one tree. it's several trees and it is perched between. like an or lard house. i'm sure those kids are loving it right now. >> time now 18:47. rosemary, we're almost to tend leer. what is the weather going to be like? >> it's a pretty start to the day. it's a cold start. temperatures are beginning to warm. and across the entire state. almost everybody enjoy sunshrine. i have seen pictures via facebook and twit fresh santa barbara and san diego. everybody enjoying beautiful blue skies and sunshine. it's a cold one. it is so pretty.
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this afternoon, we're going to replain mostly sunny and cool. and at least for the bay area weekend. and we will remain dry northerly flow that is still pulling not around that ridge and blind the system that brought us. giving i you a look here. and they are beginning to die down. areas like livermoore. and sfo, 20 miles per hour. gentlemen been talking a little bit about the windiness and across those bridges. richmonday bridge. and we're going to have that wind up across that car. and that is why the wind advisory. the issue a little bit earlier. be prepared. it could be a little gusty.
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below freezing. and 37 in concord. and 46 in fairfield. and 45 in liverlore. and the temperatures wreak cool. it feels littlier than that for most of us. the afternoon highs for today. and 50 for three months. and 59 for san jose. the extended forecast here with your bay area weekend. and once the winds go away. the winds help to sort of stir the oil. and settling in for the low-lying areas. come tomorrow morning without the wind, probably a lot more 30s out there. the patchy toss and that means bring the pets in. as we get through saturday, sunday, monday. looks like the flexion system the possibility will come our way on tuesday. >> bring your pets in.
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your jacket. >> thank you. we flow what president obama and the first lady did for part of their christmas. the way the first lady spent the local day with some of our country's braverrest men and women. female announcer: it's time to make room for the new mattress models! during sleep train's huge year end clearance sale, get beautyrest, posturepedic, even tempur-pedic mattress sets at low clearance prices. save even more on floor samples, demonstrators, and closeout inventory. plus, free same-day delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. why wait for the new models? sleep train's year end clearance sale is on now! ...guaranteed! ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪
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main is safe and back on solid ground after a dramatic rescue off the waters. the man's boat started taking on water about 75 miles off the coast yesterday morning. a coastguard helicopter and cutter responded after the man called for help. he was later flown to the hospital and treated and is expected to be okay. >> president obama and the first lady. and the mafflins ohio. the obamas visited the mane -- the marines and their family. the u.s. ends liz combat role in afghanistan. >> the the christmas for the first time since taking office. the president was able to talk in the shortterm about the end of the mission in afghanistan. or with friends talk golf course. on christmas day, the commander in
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chief stood with the first lady michelle obama to spread some clear and tree mind men and women in uniform the $1,000,000,000,000.13-year- longueur in afghanistan also cost more than 2200 american lives is winding down. >> and this is important swept been in continuous war now for almost 13 years. i next week, we will be ending our combat police in afghanistan. afghanistan has a chance tree build its own country. we are safer. it's not going to be a source of terrorist attacks again. >> the up president further warned that the world's ongoing problems, specifically the threat of ebola in africa. his cheerful christmas message also comes less than two weeks after more than 100 children were massacred at a school in pakistan and developed into the group isis flexes their muscles trying to make a name for themselves with brutal kid flappings and barbaric beleddings.
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despite headline-making problems, yesterday was the time for the first family to give thank. >> the greatest christmas present we have the fine military the world has ever known. >> joe biden quietly thank doctors and nurses at walter reed during the christmas visit with injured servicemen and women. we saw republican senator john mccain inkbul on christmas having dinner with american servicemen and women there. in washington, fox news. well, happening today, and san francisco is holding the clipping of the trees event to let people know whether is and how they can recycle their christmas tree. the event outside city hall include ace giant woodchip sore people can see how their trees can be turned into wood clips that will then be used to generate electricity. the collection of christmas trees runs from january 2nd through january 16th on regular pick pick-up days. time now is 8:56. we are seeing light at the wouldn't tunnel. we call this the marathon show
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for the reason. it's been grant. >> and take away, rosemary. one more look at the weather. partly cloudy skies. temperatures in the afternoons. low 30s to low host. those overnight lows sinking down to about 70 for tomorrow morning. if you are getting out there, it's easy to get up over the passes with no snow in the forecast for your weekend. temperatures on the cool side. and mostly sannyasis. upper east to low 6 0ás in the forecast. we are with that possibility with some patchy frost tomorrow morning. winds finally die down that will allow temperatures to begin to cool off. monday into tuesday, quiet. but by tuesday, we may actually have a possibility of a storm that moves in and there looks to be anarch colder one so we'll be tracking that. line >> reporter: be
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running not morning. i love running. >> you don't get overheated. i'll just be stepping outside >> with a coat. we digress. >> raise report for this morning, we thank you for ktvu, your choice for news. >> be sure to watch the ktvu channel 2 news at noon for more of the latest antipolice demonstration. there is one scheduled at san francisco at noon today. thank for joining us. have a great weekend.
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