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>> a little cooler dry air mass in. we'll see a few of those. we're sitting at 42 to 51 degrees on the temps. a few 30s showing upmost to the north already. we'll have high clouds drifting throughout the day. partly to mostly cloudy. you can see the cloud cover coming in from the west southwest. a mix of high clouds and temperatures, 30s, 40s, and 50s. we are running about 2 to 10 10 degrees cooler than yesterday at this time. allie rasmus's here. so far so good. >> yeah, it's shaping up to be a good commute for folks out there. the only place you're going to find a problem is on westbound 580. a lot of heavy traffic in that westbound direction. and so the backup extends all the way to westbound 205. once you get past it things
clear up. the only other crash you see on point in time screen is on city streets and the san ramon area. there is a little bit of slow traffic in this part of it looks like westbound highway 4 past concord. so we don't have any details on what exactly that is but we'll follow up on it. it is getting busier as the morning goes on but metering lights still not on yet. 5:01. let's go back to later this morning washington d.c. democratic impeachment managers are going to start day two of their arguments laying out their case against president trump. yesterday congressman adam schiff of california outlining a corrupt scheme by president trump by. the white house then tried to block the congressional investigation after a whistle blower complained about the u.s. withholding military aid
to ukraine. >> just as there was no official explanation for why the hold on ukrainian assistance was imp lemented. numerous witnesses testified that they were not provided with any reason for why the hold was lifted. >> now on saturday, the president's lawyers will start three days of defense arguments. sunday will be a day off. the president's lawyers don't dispute what the president did but they insist he did nothing wrong. we will carry it lye over on ktvu plus. that begins at 10:00 a.m. and we'll bring you updates on the ktvu news at noonment. this morning two more chinese cities are on lock down to help fight the spread of the corona virus. 17 deaths are reported and all have connections to the city of wuhan. as the busy lunar new year begins. travelers coming to the u.s. from china are being screened by the cdc and four other u.s.
airports. china's southern airlines has cancelled direct flights. we talked with other travelers coming from china. >> most people were wearing masks. >> on the airplanes or in the >>on the streets and in the airports on the plane. >> a lot of my friends in china they're all wearing the masks because they're working everywhere. >> in addition to china, there are now confirmed cases of corona virus in the state of washington as well as taiwan, thailand, japan and sal castaneda. investigators in seattle still searching for shooters after several people were shot in downtown seattle. one person was killed. seven others were wounded including a nine-year-old boy. it happened during an argument outside the mcdonald's near the west lake shopping center. >> everybody was kind of in a panic. people were hiding behind cars and hiding behind doors and
jumping into allies. it was pretty skae i don't chaotic. >> the latest from the hospital in her fiftsz is in critical condition. four other people are still in the hospital while one person has been treated and released. a young man is calling on oakland leaders to do more to ensure safety near homeless camps after he was attacked following a minor traffic incident. ktvu's rob ross spoke to the man about what happened. >> to be honest there was definitely a moment where i was scared for for hi life. bruise smashed windows of his pickup truck. the visible damages of what he says was an attack near a homeless encampment in oakland. zimmer says was driving home to ala meda tuesday afternoon when he got off at the high street exit.
he took too tight a turn not far from home depot. >> it was raining. >> zimmer says when he got out to check on his truck, he was confronted by several people who had come over from this homeless camp across the street. >> zimmer says one of the man told him he had run over one of their agave mravent. he gave them the few dollars he had on him. and then he says he found himdz surrounded by at least 10 people some with sticks and two by fours. >> i started getting beat on and i was in the fetal position for probably 30, 40 seconds. >> he then ran back to his truck. >> and that's when they started busting out the windows and beating the truck with two by fours. >> he called 911 and his mother who came immediately. >> by the time i got there he was being chased by a guy with a metal baseball bat. there was another guy swinging
some sort of mattress pump with a cord. >> tonya zimmer says she saw police arrest at least one man. the report is still being processed. at the scene we saw tire tracks, broken glass from the truck windows and a piece of splintered wood. the city did clean up the encampment last year but some camps remain. >> i feel like at this point oakland is letting that behavior and that mannerism run wild. >> and more people in oakland are telling police, the crime in the city is becoming more violent. their concerns are underscored by a terrifying video. . this is doorbell video showing a woman returning to her home after keller avenue and being mugged by a group of armed robbers midnight on monday. about 60 people attended a community meeting with police last night. neighbors described how car
break-ins are escalated to hold ups in broad daylight. >> someone tried to get in my house. he called. we called but nobody came our way and hand prints on the windows. >> police say they are making progress in expressing robberies in the flat lands of the city. oakland police promising more patrols and a property crime task force. have surveillance cameras and join a neighborhood watch. time is now 5:07. san francisco d.a. chesa budine plans to end cash bail. defendants who are deemed safe are allowed to be released on bail. those from the d.a.'s office will stay in jail no matter how much money they have. budine says the cash bail discriminates against the poor.
however the san francisco's police officer's association is fighting this change in policy call interesting arbitrary. people living along the joe redoda trail in santa rosa are set to be moved today. the county entered an agreement with the society of st. vincent depaul to move people in east santa rosa. the move was pushed back because of the new camping site was not ready yet. all right. our time is 5:08. both of the coaches of the super bowl teams want to prove their critics wrong. >> kyle shanahan was the defensive coach for the fall cans in 2001. but the patriots ended up winning. overtime in part because of shanah an's play calling.
>> losing the super bowl is stuff i was very hard on myself but the whole narrative i know that wasn't the case. the learning moments are never feel good. it was nice to be able to move on, move out here and just keep working and i'm glad we get the chance to go back. >> as for the kansas city chiefs andy read he's trying to shake his own demons. he lost the only super bowl he coached. super bowl 39 when he was head coach of the philadelphia eagles. and don't forget you can watch super bowl 54 february 2nd here with us on ktvu fox 2 news and stay with us for complete coverage including our live reports from miami and claudine wong. >> yes, she said she's going to be at the super bowl experience and taking us there so we can live through her. 5:09 is the time. >> overall traffic looking
good this morning. we do have one off ramp that's shut down because of an earlier crash and we'll take you to a live picture. this is the peninsula avenue off ramp from northbound 101. this is the single vehicle crash. you can see the off ramp is still shut down because of it. this ambulance is on the scene. there are four people inside this vehicle and it looks like no other cars or trucks involved in this. so we're going to continue to get more information but right now we don't know when the peninsula avenue off ramp will re-open but we'll continue to keep an eye on this. a little bit of slowing around that powell street curve. 880 in oakland in both directions looks good. and so the commute is starting
to pick up. it is 5:10. let's check in with steve paulson. >> thank you. we have a little bit drier air mass and cooler air mass. so not nearly as much fog. a lot of high clouds will be drifting over. that will be the forecast for today. 30s, 40s, and 50s on this panel. 42 to santa rosa to 51. and oakland. 30s, 40s to start. high clouds continue to stream in and we'll go partly to mostly cloudy throughout the day. you can see the cloud cover is already making its move. some clouds break through. they break on through to the other side . you can see some of that right there. no rain associated with this. 40s and 50s on this panel. fairfield's close to 30. 40. san jose's 45. that's down about 8 from yesterday when they were very warm. a little different air mass in place. it's a cool one on the peninsula. wood side's 42. atherton menalow park in the
upper 40s to near 50 so it's a dry pattern. a little bit of fog not much. otherwise look for an increase in the high clouds. partly to mostly cloudy. we'll continue that on friday. coming in saturday. early sunday. looks good again north of the golden gate. morning sun, a little bit. increasing clouds into friday. and there's your morning rain sunday. a little cooler as we go into monday. pam, we need to take a trip. more flights are being added to a popular destination. the two new flights that will be flying to hawaii. >> and governors from around the country are in san francisco this week to take examples from the city to help solve big problems in their state. tom steyer: no child should have to worry
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 5:15. it may be harder to find a parking place. on january 31st, sky park one of the private parking facilities near sfo is due to close permanently. west of the airport and north of highway 101. skypark officials say they can't afford to stay in business because the price of their lease went up.
skypark has been in business for more than 30 years. southwest airlines is adding flights from the bay area to hawaii. now there are several flights a week. southwest says the grounding of boeing 737 max jets slowed down their expansion plans to hawaii. southwest competes with alaska airlines and hawaiian airlines on those routes betwthe bay area and several islands in hawaii. and the emotional support animals may be flying on some planes. the u.s. department of transportation is proposing a ban on all animals except for specially trained dogs. a service animal as a dog trained to perform task for someone with disability. in recent years many airlines have imposed their own rules after passengers showed up with support pigs, peacocks and
chickens. the public will have 60 days to make comments on the proposed changes. governor newsom welcomed several other governors to the bay area to tour problems. the governor calls the grand central station of the west. the governors agree major projects like that are critical in every state. including meeting climate change goals. >> i governors whether they're republicans or democrats whether they're in small states or big states and washington has been failing. >> this is what we should be doing in this country. this is what we used to do a lot of. these are non partisan things. things that transcend politics. you want to do well in the future you've got to invest in the future. >> governor newsom says california in particular needs
to upgrade how it generates electricity. allie rasmus will take care of everything for you today. >> good morning. overall things look pretty good. we're going to start with the south bay commute. on southbound 101 just north of blossom hill road there's a report of a vehicle on fire. but it isn't slowing things down too much. dough see a little bit of slowing in that southbound direction. but be southbound 101 north of blossom road. car on fire there. 280 in san jose looks good. no problems as you pass the downtown area. we also want to know about an off ramp. that crash happened around 3:00 this morning. this is the peninsula avenue offramp. we're told there were four people inside the vehicle and we're waiting for an update on the condition of those people but in the meantime police are on scene. this is the peninsula avenue
offramp from northbound 101. a single vehicle crash still has that offramp shut down. quick check shows it is busy but no major problems here from the caldicot tunnel. steve paulson's going to tell us about our weather today. is it seems pretty quiet today. >> first we thought we'd take a look at the water temps, the buoy temperatures. 52 at point arena. now it's working. and monterey some very where they should be this time of year. these are not extreme in any way. close to average. maybe a little below for some. what's below is rainfall. for parts of marin county not so good. and there will be a little bit of rain late saturday, sunday but not enough to make up much
ground. high clouds coming in. tomorrow morning fog. rain returns late saturday early sunday. the higher clouds for the west southwest. the air mass is cooler, it's drier compared to 24 hours ago. the dew points, amount of moisture in the air is down. 40s and 50s half moon bay. a very warm. san jose's 45. 8 degrees compared to yesterday at this time santa cruz 48. 43 in ben lomund and 42 in morgan hill to 44 in san martin. look for a mix of sun and clouds. it's a dry pat en. patchy fog at best. mostly cloudy, partly sunny, it will take us into friday.
we'll cloud it up friday late saturday into sunday we'll get some rain. maybe a little bion your temps you probably noticed here we have some new graphics. i have to give a major shoutout to mark tamayo who did a fabulous job of these graphics. it's a nice clean look. so if you don't see something right away let us know. >> i noticed the change, very nice. >> yeah, looks good. 5:21 is the time. 9ers fans are preparing to watch the big game. we're going to tell you about plans for some official watch parties. >> plus a big win for lgbtq people in utah after a major decision about convergence practices. so, as you can see, saving can be quite simple.
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welcome back to mornings on 2. the u.s. supreme court is considering a widely watched case pinning parents and schools against each other. outside the supreme court while justices heard arguments in the case. now it involves parents in montana who want to use public money to help pay for their children's religious schooling. >> i feel that we're being excluded simply because we are people of religious background. it's blatant discrimination. >> i just don't feel that most people want their tax dollars
to support religious education. >> the supreme court justices a decision is expected by case. summer. utah is now the 19th state to ban conversion therapy. a new rule banning the practice went into effect on tuesday. the change comes after a bill i le conservative lawmakers. lgbtq advocates condemned the move prompting a rare apology from governor gary herbert. he ended up bypassing the legislation and amended a rule on the issue instead. >> the original objective was to help the state address the issue of youth suicide. when we saw the suicide rates over the past decade has spiked 141%, we wanted to do our part. >> the governor's rule only applies to minors. therapists or counselors found violating it includes sanctions that include losing their
license. mexico continues to increase its effort. mexican authorities have detained or deported hundreds of central american migrants trying to enter the country. authorities have pushed several hundred migrants back into guatemala using buses and planes to deport them. >> what can i say it's stuff to cross the border right now. it's better to return home. >> migration must be organized, must be safe and legal. >> acting homeland security chat wolf is praising the mexican government for increasing security at their border. >> it's another long day in the impeachment trial against president trump. >> plus more legal problems for antonio brown. why a warrant has mow been
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to hear the judge affirm that we deserve for things to push forward, it felt really good. >> a win in court for the families of the victim of the golden state killer when the accused killer is expected to go on trial. >> plus... >> here to celebrate the renaming of the las vegas raiders. >> yep, the raiders officially say good-bye to oakland as they settle in to their new home in
las vegas. . >> from ktvu fox 2 news this is mornings on 2. >> well good morning to you thank you for joining us and welcome back to mornings on 2. it's a thursday morning, january 23rd i'm dave clark. >> good morning i'm pam cook. thank you for waking up with us this morning. a little bit of a new graphic look there. we were talking about weather so people have noticed. a little bit of a new -- >> a little catchy tune there. i'll give it a 74 but i can't dance to it. all right. let's get going we have 40s and 50s. very little fog unless you're out towards contra costa county. 40s and 50s on the temps but we have a little drier air mass in place. we'll get a lot of high clouds come engine. rain rourns late saturday into sunday. today we'll be a lot of these high serous clouds.
allie rasmus's here. so far so good. nothing new. >> no major new problems to tell you about. a couple usual problems we see here in the morning including the tracy commute. there was an earlier crash at grant line road. it's been cleared. you can still see traffic all the way into the livermore valley. here is a traffic hazard. this is southbound 680. there is a stalled vehicle blocking the right lane. you can see here take a closer look it's not backing things up too bad. time now is 5:31. let's go back to the desk. today is day two of democrats opening statements in carolynn shively reports from the impeachment trial.
>> yesterday the president called jerry nadler a sleez- bag. >> there are no close calls. the evidence shows president trump unlawfully withheld military assistance appropriated our congress to aid an ally extorting that government to win his re- election. >> screen after screen of witness testimony and texts from u.s. diplomats. >> embassador taylor was exactly right. am bass it breaks our word. . >> president trump seemed confident as he returned to the white house fr the president tweeted about the impeachment no pressure rela to ukraine military aid. they'll get their shot at
opening arguments once democrats wrap up theirs. >> not only was the president completely legal, perfectly appropriate but that the idea that this reaches the level of impeachment legally speaking is really absurd. >> you might remember when senators were sworn in they were warned they had to remain silent or risk imprisonment. that's already started to slide a bit congressman jared huffman's town hall at noon. a town hall at 630 tonight. >> at dublin high school. and also at 7:00 p.m.
congresswoman jackie spear will be at south san francisco high. north bay congressman jared huffman meets this morning with students at live oaks charter school. . now when the senate trial resumes this morning we will carry it live beginning at 10:00 a.m. and also bring you updates on the ktvu fox 2 news at noonment. today tom steyer is making in the bay area. and discuss ideas for reforming the current system. steyer's appearance is proposed for 11:00 this morning. time is now 5:34. three california firefighters died today in australia. they were battling the massive wild fires there. they were dropping fire
retardant on the flames when their plane crashed. emergency officials say it's hard to even get to the crash. . >> it's devastating. they've got families and out here trying to help people out. when you have a tragedy like that. >> now those three firefighters were hand picked from the southern california forest service bases. they got there january 6th and were expected to come home around valentine's day. the plane they were using came from oregon specifically designed to fight the fires in australia. an investigation is under way after four people were killed in a private plane crash. another pilot who saw the crash says the single engine plane didn't seem to gain altitude and ran into a fence at the end of the runway, flipped over and
then burst into flames. a preliminary hearing date has been set for joseph deangelo. yesterday, the judge rejected the defense's request to delay that preliminary hearing. >> to finally see some movement today, to hear the judge affirm that we deserve for things to push forward it fe deangelo is illing 13 people and raping 15 happened in 7 california counties between 1975 and 1986. he has been charged with 13 counts of murder and 13 counts of kidnapping. time is now 5:36. happening today the state department plans to publicize new rules to make it harder for pregnant women to travel to the u.s. on a tourist visa.
so-called birth tourism. women from other countries have been noun to sign contracts and pay as much as $50,000 for travel and medical care related to giving birth here. the tougher rules would regulate tourist visas for women saying they're visiting the u.s. . a building still under construction in san francisco is being sold for $1 billion. ocean wide center is a 910' tower being built on first street. it is slated to become the second tallest building in san francisco behind the sales force tower. office space, residential units and a hotel. the chronicle reports the property's current owner a chinese company is selling it to another beijing investment firm. it's still at least three years away from completion.. time is 5:37. the trustees at citi expected t get an update today on the
financial stability of the college. the college hired an outside auditor too examine what to do next for that institution which is having money problems. they overspent by almost 14 $14 million which ended june 30th. city college has been running a deficit for three years. that audit is expected to recommend that city college cut even more non essential classes and focus more on core goals of graduating more students. the super bowl now just 10 days away. the planning is under way for official watch parties around the bay area. sb2 in san jose, san pedro square hosted the official watch parties for the two home playoff games. they're expected to host the south bay watch party for the super bowl with talk of a kid- friendly area to welcome families. >> as for super bowl,
ki -- i can only imagine how many people are going to come out. i'm expecting 700 to 800 people. >> over san jose square were flying red and gold on post street over at city hall and just a lot of pride to have the 49ers back in the super bowl. >> the 49ers are expected to announce a location of an official watch party some time this week. and don't forget you can always watch super bowl 54 on sunday, february 2nd right here with us on ktvu fox 2 news and stay with us for complete coverage including our live report from miami starting next week right now we want to start with allie rasmus who's in for sal. how does the traffic look so far? >> it looks good. just a couple of minor issues we're going to touch on. this is at oakland at 66th street. there's a stalled vehicle
that's still blocking the right lane there. just something to be aware of. the only problem in the south bay southbound 101 a report of a car on fire. that fire has been put out. you may still see some fire trucks on the scene there and you do see a little bit of slowing past that near the allen rock neighborhood towards 880. 880 in oakland looks good in both directions. no problems to tell you about here. let's go over to the peninsula where you we can show you a live picture of the peninsula off ramp. it remains shut down and it has been since about 3:00 this morning because of a very serious crash that happened here. a single-vehicle crash and four people inside according to the ch pvmentd. we're still waiting -- chp. we're still waiting on an update of what happened. be aware if you're driving in the peninsula the off ramp is still shut down. a quick check of highway 24 shows that traffic is moving
smoothly there. 5:40. let's check in with steve paulson. >> we had a lot of fog yesterday. >> we couldn't even see the freeway. >> don't think that will happen today. we do have mostly high clouds overus. there is a little bit of fog out to the valley. so some of that can sneak back in. otherwise nothing compared to what we saw yesterday. except for parts of marin county and the russian river. every other location is really not when it comes to rainfall. july what i use the rain year not the water year. 78% for santa rosa. 72%. then oakland 54%. live out in pleasanton or livermore and say we haven't had any rain this year. 34% of normal. these systems are just falling
apart as they move east of the peninsula and south a lot of high clouds coming in and that's about it so underneath that there might be a teeny bit of fog. >> 41 and 44, 46 for american canyon and vallejo. maybe a little bit of patchy fog out to the east in the valley. but not compared to yesterday. so partly cloudy, mostly cloudy into friday. rain returns it looks like sometime late saturday. so a little bit on the mild side and slightly above average temperatures it will be a little cooler. time is 5:42. an update on a big fight at a college basketball game.
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that program now serves over 300 million healthy meals every year. the difference between words and actions matters. that's a lesson washington dc could use, right now. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 5:45. remember this. the college basketball player blamed for starting this huge
out of control fight on the court has now apologized. silvio desuza triggered the fight. he grabbed a stool he was about to hit somebody with it until a coach took it away. he made a long apology on twitter. he said his behavior was highly unacceptable. so the basketball officials, you see that, they're suspending two players from each team chld desuza will get the toughest penalty a 12 game suspension. meantime one time wide receiver raiders antonio brown is now. a truck driver for a moving company accused brown and his trainer of battery. for delivering his belongings that br stored here in california and the and dented
the moving truck. authorities say brown is not cooperating and refuses to come out of his house the raiders have officially cut ties with the city of oakland. >> hereby pro claim january 22nd, january 22nd, 2020, to celebrate the renaming of the las vegas raiders. >> nevada leaders made the announcement yesterday. mark davis in that session. >> the raiders were born in oakland, and played 13 seasons in l.a., both cities will always be part of our dna. but today we begin a new chapter in our story history. >> raiders players say this will miss oakland. the team is
selling official las vegas raideris 5:47. eli manning the new york giants quarterback a two time super bowl winning quarterback tomorrow announced he will be retiring. he played 16 years with the new york giants. one of five players with at least two super bowl mvp awards. joe montana and tom brady are others.. officials say the canopies will not only protect the new escalators from wear and tear the board will also vote on the single bus lane. a vote on both sides is expected later this morning at
9:00 a.m. . >> all right. time is now 5:48. allie rasmus is back in for sal. everybody behaving out there allie? >> they are. everybody quiet out there. heading out the door. let's start with the south bay and you can see that earlier car fire we mentioned has now been cleared. now there's no problems to tell you about here. and aside from just a little bit of slowing through san jose on 101. bay bridge toll plaza is packed. the metering lights have been on for the last 30, 40 minutes or so. it probably takes about 20, 30 minutes. your drive from the carquinez bridge just under 20 minutes. also a nice easy drive on that east shore freeway and a quick check of 280 in san jose. sometimes we see cal train going through the bottom of this picture. we haven't seen it yet, but we don't have any problems on bart at least to tell you about. overall the roads and the
commute looking good about 10 minutes before 6:00 this morning. the weather seems like it's going to be pretty good as well. pretty mild. >> yes. >> not as much fog as yesterday unless maybe eastern solano and contra costa county. take a look at the buoy reports here. the water temps. underneath the golden gate. bodega bay 54. san francisco buoy half moon bay and monterey all close. 54 to 55. these really haven't changed much in a couple of months. they haven't changed. they're staying pretty cold. about average to slightly below here. 42 to 51. patchy fog east. 36 to 46. a lot of high clouds will continue to filter in throughout the day and you can see those right there moving in. even though the ridge of high pressure's here. those clouds break through. most locations already say partly to mostly cloudy and you
can see why right there. 40s and 50s on the temps here. low 50s for some. many locations are down about 2 to 9 degrees compared to yesterday at this time. san leandro. walnut creek, s in there. brent wood's 48. out towards that kind of stockton kind of creeps back in sometimes to the east. a lot of high clouds but that's it. next system late saturday into sunday. it's mild for us today and tomorrow. that clur will continue to filter in and we'll cloud it up. some rain could start from the evening into the north. and then it will kick out. 50s, 60s on your temps. very mild. gilroy also towards santa cruz. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy into friday. there's your rain coming in late saturday into sunday. a little cooler monday. time now 5:51. fighting for climate friendly
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welcome back to mornings on 2. it's 5:55. happening today a federal bankruptcy hearing will be held for pg&e. stemming from the destructive north bay wild fires in october' 2017. now this hearing comes after pg&e reworked a 13.5 billion $13.5 billion settlement with wild fire victims just last month. the looering is this afternoon at 1:00 p.m. -- hearing is this afternoon at 1:00 p.m. in san francisco. governor newsom wants a federal judge to reject pg&e's plan. he also suggested he may pursue a plan to turn pg&e into a public utility. pg&e says additional changes to
the plan are coming and the company will continue to work with the governor's office to address his concerns. well a woman in the east bay is being awarded the highest public service award for her work helping people who've been displaced by the deadly camp fire. ktvu's tom bakehar has more on carolynn wayler. >> a charity that provides food and clothing down on their luck. >> marshalled 182 volunteers to respond. over the next 300 days, they would make relief, supplies, and cash needed for gas, bills and other necessities. >> we gave pounds of food and 1
articles of clothing. we gave away thousands of dollars in cash, fresh new bills for necessities and to put gas in vehicles. >> that gave the far less well- funded north food bank assistance that staff could not render on its own. >> they stopped and they tried to understand people and they tried to make a connection with people and they fed them in ways that was more than food. >> it was so creative what they did, but most importantly it was something from the heart with a lot of compassion and caring and really good organization. >> though her name is on the award carol waylin connor accepted it on bhaef of the entire staff and the volunteers who came in day in and day out for 10 months. >> that's the important thing it's not the talk but it's the others. >> despite the gruelling schedule and long days, work
here in the bay area continued unabated. >> it doesn't seem like work. it seems just like life like participating in life as man should. >> the award was accompanied by a thousand dollars check to the white pony express. tom bakhar ktvu fox 2 news. our time now 5:58. plans are under way for the cinnequest film festival in may. this year, the almost two week extravaganza is in its 30th year. organizers say there will be 321 films and virtual reality experiences at theaters in san jose and redwood city. this year, the overall theme is elation. >> it's just so exciting when people get together to celebrate each other.
to celebrate and discover arts of technology and creative work and then to connect with each other. >> the cinne vmd hquest film festival will run from march 3rd to march 15th. reducing the risk of a global pandemic. we are live from sfo with the steps to try to prevent sick passengers from entering the country. >> and the demands to make the streets of oakland safer. how this video a robbery is asking police to increase patrols. >> good morning. thank you for joining us here on mornings on 2. thursday january 23rd. i'm pam cook. >> and good morning i'm dave clark. no rain this morning. >> no. >> no fog really. steve. >> okay. >> nothing on the way. smooth drive in. >> yes. >> yes. >> yesterday we had the wet roads. after the rain for some, the fog not that case this morning. unless you're out to the valley
or maybe eastern solano or contra costa county. there are a lot of high clouds. it is cooler. a few 30s showing up. lots of 40s to 50s. high clouds will be filtering in throughout the day. they're moving in from the west southwest. so that will give us a partly sunny mostly cloudy day. no rain associated with that. a couple returns but they're high basen and they won't amount. 40s, 50s on the temps here. maybe cool off a little bit more but not too much with the cloud cover coming in. next rain will be here late saturday into sunday. . allie rasmus's here for sal. >> quiet in the weatherland. r it's been a good commute. we do want to tell you about a problem on the richmond san rafael bridge. there's some sort of hazard. there's a lot of debris in the road right in the middle of that bridge. just something to be aware of from there