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tonight from the family of an element, a county sheriff's recruit who was shot and killed while driving home. he was supposed to be on his way home. he said he was on his way home. i don't know if i'll ever heal from this situation. but i know my brother would want me to keep my head up. stay strong. the girlfriend and sister of 28 year old david williams says he was loving, hardworking and giving. good evening. i'm andre senior, and i'm cristina rendon. the young shares recruit was shot and killed on tuesday when he was driving from class to his home in san francisco. new attend. ktvu camberley joins us now live after hearing from his loved ones, amber. cristina de alameda county deputy sheriffs association has put up a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the killing of david wynn recruit shot and killed tuesday while he was driving on i 5 80. both the shares and his family suspect this was a random act of senseless violence. we spoke with his sisters and friends
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about the impact he had on the community. they tell me. he accomplished a lot in his short life that he was charismatic, yet selfless. he was committed to serving the bay area community. and his country. as soon as he stepped in the room. you know who he was. he's very genuine. funny, caring he was the leader barbara win tells me her brother david, when dedicated his life to public service and giving back he was ready to risk his life to protect others, no matter what. and then. absolutely much like admiration for him. she and david's girlfriend, shannon istvan, said he was proud to join the alameda county sheriff's department. in june, the 28 year old shaved his head in preparation for his training as a recruit. he had also been a member of the california national guard since he graduated from high school, but it's dreams suddenly ended tuesday afternoon as he was driving home to san francisco
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after attending the academy in dublin. he was supposed to be honest way home. he said. he was on his way home. yeah i was had gone by. von says she went out looking for him and saw that the freeway was blocked off. she returned home to find the chp pulling up. barbara and i you know, met david at the hospital. and. do you remember what reality and what had happened to him? and she did not deserve at all. she didn't win had planned a future together. he had wanted many children. a lot of it is grief. in the other part of it is anger going to be honest. is. why would somebody do something like that? erin lamb is also struggling with the loss of win a friend since they were five getting married and he was supposed to be you know, my guy the best man. he was supposed to be there for my children. i would be there for his children. when i think about you know?
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when i'm going to see him again dancers never when and his parents immigrated from vietnam to the u. s when he was two. he wanted to serve in law enforcement, in part to represent underserved communities. we come from low income. we come from baby. we come from the tenderloin. there's not a lot of people that come out of those communities. we were blessed. for now, his loved ones are holding onto happy memories, such as when dancing with his girlfriend's grandfather at a family celebration. his sister says she doesn't know why anyone would want to harm him. i pray that they find god and i hope you can come forward, not just for me and my family, but for the community because. i think that's what my brother deserves. the sister and girlfriend told me they are planning a memorial service for david wynn and a fundraiser. they say they want to carry on his legacy of
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helping others. christina andre . yeah amber. i also know that there's a go fund me account set up for that family. do you know anything in terms of how much people have donated so far? i heard it was in the tens of thousands. but i haven't checked lately, but i think there's an overwhelming outpouring of support for them. alright amberleigh reporting for us, amber. thank you. when was a college student at the city college of san francisco. the college tweeted this message today, they said when i was studying administration of justice and was expected to graduate next month. well, investigators on the peninsula have 1/5 person they think is involved in the killing of a carl martin high school student . belmont police officers say they arrested someone who was a juvenile at the time that mohammed hoffman was shot to death in 2019. they did not identify the suspect for other suspects in the case were arrested in november. investigators believe othman new, the group of people responsible for his killing he
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was shot to death outside central elementary school in belmont. new attend governor newsom is activated the national guard to help with the stage covid-19 testing capacity, the governor announced tonight. he is sending 200 guardsmen to test a sites across the state. they will serve as interim clinical staff at capacity for walk ins and help fill in for staff who are absent. some guardsmen were already in the bay area today. in fact, this is video from the community center testing site. it's now doubling the number of testing appointments available each day. the governor says additional members of the national guard will be deployed next week. new data from the state department of education shows that decline and student test scores during the past year of the pandemic. ktvu jana katsuyama joins us live with the details at a local nonprofit. that is trying to help students stay on course janne. andre the state says only about 25% of all k through 12. students were even able to take this test and the data does show
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a decrease in performance and that's very concerning to many people here in oakland, who are trying to help support students and keep them on a path to college. getting back to the classroom has been a boost to many students during the pandemic, who say they struggled with online virtual classes night. it wasn't learned nothing. but since we go back elaine stuff now, but the california department of education released new data friday that school districts and students are still struggling to make the grade only 25% of k through 12 students took the standardized tests for the 2020 2021 year and performance dropped. in english and language arts, just 49% of students met or exceeded the state standards in math that was less than 34% and in science less than 30% met state standards. this alameda woman says her cousin is stress trying to finish requirements and apply for college resources is just like harder to find. it's just more anxiety like adding to the stress of like
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taking the test. the state says the achievement gap is also widening. high school graduation rates statewide dropped slightly to 84% but fell more for african american and native american students. some parents say more virtual options and covid testing would help ease concerns about catching covid in class. you might have symptoms or you might not want to come because they might say oh, well, somebody tested positive during this time. we want them to be able to still keep their aspirations and dreams alive and then help them encourage them. the nonprofit oakland promise says. they see the struggles during the pandemic. they've given out more than 6000 kids to help students stay motivated and learn items like a white board, which a lot of our students needed. to do at home learning as well as a marker, a book talking about future career and how they see themselves. oakland promises also trying to keep students motivated to look long term partnering with the city of oakland to give $100
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scholarships to every public school student, and they launched a web portal to make it easier for parents to sign up. if you have a family that starts out with the college savings account, they will have more tendency to think about college as a mindset and then prepare for that. today the state also released enrollment data that shows a decline to 6.1 million students, as some 160,000 students left the public school systems. certainly andre another challenge that will be facing districts as they try and make it through this pandemic. jana katsuyama over the pandemic induced changes to public education. janet thank you so much. meantime u. c. berkeley has reversed course. now it will start spring semester. virtually university officials announced today that for the first two weeks, classes will be held remotely. that's january 18th through the 28th. the plan calls for return to impersonal learning on the 31st cal says instructors can teach some courses with some students in
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person if they choose, but that is not required. school leaders are asking everyone to be flexible and patient. stanford university, pushing back the start of undergraduate classes for the winter quarter by a week to january, 24th after close to 400 more covid cases were reported among students. since last february, nearly 300 faculty and staff of also tested positive. the university reports that students with covid or isolating some are in university designated isolation spaces, and some are in the regular assigned housing. plus is at 12 schools in oakland were canceled today after hundreds of educators staged a protest and refused to show up to work as ktvu is rob roth reports. they're calling for better covid safety measures in the classroom. a noisy scene in front of school district headquarters on broadway in downtown oakland friday, dozens of teachers held a car caravan protest is part of a sick out that included more than 500
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educators. that's twice the number of teacher absences is previous days. they say they don't feel safe in school because of covid with principles out. case managers out teachers out. it creates an unsafe situation at our schools to have that little supervision at a time. that's this serious and dire. this is something that was approved. it was unauthorized and it is technically illegal. it's not supposed to happen. the sick out forced the district close 12 schools for instruction , including nine high schools. parents of younger children had to stay home or find daycare. among the school cancelations was oakland tech, although students at a handful of classmates were inside, along with a few teachers, it's been kind of weird. there's no one in the halls at all, and all the doors are locked and dark. and it's really quiet. one oakland tech parents said she supported the decision to close if they're going to have a sick out. i
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think it's better to basically just closed the school rather than have a lot of kids show up and being an auditorium, especially during omicron. the teachers are demanding the district give out k n95 masks to students and staff more sickly than remote learning. the district says it is not considering distance learning, but it is in the process of giving out the mask and his granny more sick days to teachers and staff. it feels like a wildfire and we're trying to get out ahead of it, and you need to be able to communicate. and we're on the front lines were with students every day seeing what's happening, seeing the actual mask situation, seeing the spread in our community. as of now, there's no indication the sick out will spread beyond friday, so monday should be school as usual. rob roth, ktvu fox two news. today more san francisco teachers call down sick following 600 teachers that called out of work yesterday. the teachers union says the district will negotiate next week on covid safety protocols. the teachers are
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asking for regular testing, additional safety equipment and more sick time. the district has said. it's willing to provide five extra paid sick leave days , weekly testing and high quality masks. this is the place to be right here. looky with all my friends. we need to be here. look. but those friends soon won't be able to belly up to the bar in the popular oakland hangout, the dispute that's leading to a final last call for lucas taproom after nearly two decades and frustration over park let's in the east bay. why some restaurant owners in one city were forced to dismantle their outdoor dining. also ahead. tonight dreams dashed for local five year old, his beloved race car. stolen a 10 30, the when you have xfinity, you have entertainment built in. which is kind of nice. ah, what is happening. binge-watching is in the bag, when you find all your apps,
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its social media page today. ktvu elissa harrington is live in oakland to tell us why and how patrons are going to miss it, melissa that's right. you know that bar has a lot of regulars and tonight a lot of them were sad. they tell me that lucas taproom is a fixture in the neighborhood. the reason it's closing has to do with the disagreement with the landlord over rent. with them taking this away landmark. it has been a favorite in oakland since it first opened in 2000 and four lucas taproom on the corner of broadway and rest grand avenue. but by the end of the month, this uptown bar will serve its last drink where we're gonna go, according to published reports, the building's landlord was going to double the rent. the owners of lucas had been struggling with the landlord for years to come to an agreement. i used to come all the time back when i used to the open mic nights. so gonna miss this place . it's just a great part of the community being able to see, like so many diverse people here
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and having the great food friday night, the bar was packed just hours after they announced plans to close some people told us they wanted to support the bar end its staff. after hearing the news, he saw a steady stream of people picking up to go orders. others sat down for a drink to mingle and reminisce. the bar has been opened for 18 years, calls for another drink tonight since they closed do something to give him another lease or something like that. we need all this. you know what i'm saying? everything closing. and the bar's final day has not been decided. yet. we just know that it is expected to close by the end of the month, according to other published reports, the owners are planning to possibly reopen at a different location reporting live in oakland. i'm elissa harrington ktvu. fox two news certainly will be sad to see a gold. listen. thank you so much. in pleasant and problems for businesses that were the most vulnerable during the pandemic. the city is forcing restaurants removed their outdoor dining park. let's and
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business owners say they are frustrated over this change is tom baker explains. at present tense all your restaurant owner, marie stis, als watched as his $10,000.05 month old park lit was dismantled. the city of pleasant has directed all park let owners to dismantle them by friday so that it can clean the streets under them and the trees . above them. that's been one of our concerns. is the timing covid are macron variants spreading like wildfire. it was a bad time to lose such an important, expensive and more covid safe asset 60% of our seating. over these last several months, and now that's been taken away, so we're not sure what's going to happen now. that's especially true when people are highly concerned about any indoor activity where folks gather most of our phone calls that we get for reservations. people the first thing they want to know is are there outdoor seating folks are not comfortable sitting inside
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park. let's have proven to be popular. it's been fantastic for the last year and a half or so it's kept sort of main street alive, but some non restaurant business folks say they're unfair, especially when they first came to be last summer park consumes, worked for five or six spaces and you know that's not in the best interests of every business in a downtown, but the reality is here on main street. there's plenty of parking right off the streets, like working remotely from home park blitz may well have become an unstoppable desired trend for the long haul. that's here to stay. that dining trend. is here to stay much more fast. editor brings people to downtown and you get to, you know, shopping. some of the local shops here will pleasant since park. let's return. the city is, um promised us that by march 1st they will have site plans ready to go to deliver to the businesses. to start to construct permanent
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park. let's we asked the city of pleasant to provide us with some sort of response thus far, we have yet to hear back. tom vacar ktvu fox two news this age covid-19 rent relief program is getting more money to help people on the verge of homelessness stay in homes, the california department of housing and community development announced today that it received $62 million from the department of treasury to continue the program. still officials say that's not enough to keep up with what's needed. officials say the state will keep asking for more funding for the program . so far, that program has distributed more than $1.7 billion in assisted upwards of 145,000 households during the pandemic. the december jobs report showed a drop in the unemployment rate to its lowest level of the pandemic. unemployment fell last month to 3.9% from 4.2% in november. but employers only added 199,000 jobs analysts were expecting over 400,000 at the white house
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today, president biden touted a record 6.4 million new jobs created since january of 2020. record job creation. record unemployment declines record increases in the people in the labor force. i would argue that biden economic plan is working. analysts say the december numbers show that labor shortages and other major coronavirus surge are holding back the economy. well coming up the east bay city that is paying tribute to longtime resident the late john madden. plus why the oakland police department will continue to be under the watchful eye of the federal government. a bit longer. and the bay area has waited a long time for this clay thompson scheduled to make his return to the warrior lineup sunday against cleveland sports director market baniyas will have placed long road to recovery later in sports, and he was one of america's most iconic movie stars and a barrier breaking pioneer for black america. i look back at the
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. sydney podia died today he was the first african american to win an oscar for best actor for his role in the 1963 film lillies of the valley. many consider him to be one of the most influential actors in hollywood history. fox's jonathan hunt takes a look back at his life and career. if you don't mind being called mr black man, of course not. why should i? that's what i have a black man. he was a talented, passionate actor who screen work in the fifties and sixties paved the way for countless other african american performers. sidney poitier was born on february 20th 1927 in miami, where his parents took a trip to sell it produce. you start out with a certain amount of values , integrity, some honesty, you know, he joined the american negro theater and appeared on
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broadway. it was there he met a young harry belafonte by 1949. poitier was choosing between leading roles on stage and an offer to work in a film called no way out. the films kept coming 1951 cry the beloved country. 1955 blackboard jungle 1957 edge of the city and in 1958, the defiant ones where poitier became the first black actor nominated for an academy award, but it was in 1963 that plantier starred in the film that would become a part of his legacy. hey man. over lilies of the field brought 28 his first oscar, the first oscar ever won by an african american for best actor 28 speak came in 1967 with three box office smashes that became landmark films. guess
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who's coming to dinner to, sir, with love and in the heat of the night? i don't think we're going to have any trouble are we birchall? no trouble at all in 2000 and two the academy 20 again with an honorary oscar for his extraordinary performances and unique presence on the screen and also for representing the motion picture industry with dignity, style and intelligence throughout the world, except this award and memory. of all the african american actors and actresses who went before me in the difficulty years. on whose shoulders i was privileged to stand to see where i might go. then seven years later, president barack obama awarded 28 the presidential medal of freedom. sidney poitier, one of the most respected and beloved figures in american cinema. jonathan hunt, fox news.
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pleasant inn is paying tribute to hall of fame coach and broadcaster john madden. we found this sign hanging in the city's downtown section, where madden lived for many years. nfl said today that a public memorial service for him has been set for next month. the event honoring the former raiders coach will be held in oakland on february. 15th madden passed away at his home last tuesday. the leak says it will release more details about the memorial. at a later date. coming up a bay area tech companies now looking to cash in on cryptocurrency, then surveying the damage in well fire ravaged colorado. president biden on the ground in boulder county will have his message to victims. plus. you know my car back this young boy heartbroken in the east bay after thieves steal his race car right before his first race here from
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police investigating a hit and run. authorities say it happened around 8 30 tonight in the area of center road and southside drive. this is not far from andrew p. hill high school. the crash involved two cars and a pedestrian. the pedestrian was taken to the hospital with life threatening injuries. we're told no word yet on a suspect vehicle. police do say to avoid the area. as they investigate. new attend, a judge says the oakland police department shows signs of improvement, but he will not put an end to federal oversight. that's according to the east bay times. the court first ordered reforms of the department back in 2000 and three the order came as part of a class action lawsuit accusing for oakland police officers of beating residents and planting evidence. at a hearing on wednesday, the judge said there are still important areas that need to be addressed to comply
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with the reforms. the next hearing is expected in april. well that is the story of five year old boy from martinez gearing up to burn rubber but instead gets burned by a thief. the boys beloved race car, the one you see right here, stolen just before his first race of the season. ktvu crime reporter henry lee spoke to the boy who has this message for the person who took his prized possession. angry. tell me why you're angry. because if i have no car, this is what five year old eastern rite of martinez should be doing whizzing around a track in his blue quarter midget race car, you go super fast, and you can pass people. but instead, the kindergartners heartbroken because his car is now in the hands of a thief. robbers broken story. it happened before dawn monday outside the tri valley quarter midget association racecourse in livermore. on the surveillance video. you can see a man backing up a truck that he stole nearby. he connects it to the families trailer and then takes off the stolen truck was
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found abandoned in pittsburgh on friday morning, also recovered the family's trailer, which was cleaned out after someone drilled the locks. this is the little league of nascar, their tools, a generator in air compressor, and the race car with easton's name on it are still missing, and there's really possibly no worse of a person than a thief and especially somebody that goes and steals from children. tim wright says his son burst into tears when he learned his car was gone. it's just it's heartbreaking. you know that i had to tell my five year old son that somebody had broken in and stolen something of his. easton has been racing since july. he hopes to be a nascar driver when he grows up asking for a little bit more help to help us find the rest of our stuff so we can continue on with our racing season and help him grow and follow his dreams crashed honestly, so, um, are our winner series starts next week and we don't have a car right now. so it's just sad eastern, had this message for the thief car back. eastern desperately wants his car back in time for his first race this season. anyone with
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information about his car is asked to call the livermore police in martinez, henry lee ktvu, fox two news. police say the streets of centers are a little bit safer tonight after an illegally possessed firearm was seized by an officer. this is a photo of the short barreled rifle that was found by police during a stolen car investigation. authorities arrested the suspect, who they say is a known gang member and was on post released community supervision. law enforcement in new mexico, asking authorities in new york for help getting their hands on alec baldwin's cell phone. last month, the judge authorized a search warrant to look through the actors iphone for evidence related to the fatal october shooting on the rust movie set, but baldwin has yet to hand it over. he was seen using their phone moments after the deadly incident. authorities say it could have material on it that is relevant to their investigation. cinematographer lena hutchins was killed and the film's director was injured. baldwin has said he did not pull the trigger. the parents of
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modern are very asked a judge in georgia to show no leniency as he sentenced their son's killer . today the three men were given life sentences father and son greg and travis mcmichael will have no chance at parole while their neighbor william roddy, brian, could possibly be paroled when he's 82 years old. the three men chased down and killed 25 year old ahmad are very while he was jogging through their georgia neighborhood nearly two years ago. when they couldn't sufficiently scare him. or intimidate him. they killed him when i close my eyes. i see his execution in my mind. over and over. i'll see that for the rest of my life. the men are also facing a second trial next month on federal hate crime charges. president biden. first lady jill biden traveled to boulder county, colorado today to confront front the people who
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lost their homes and comfort them the people who lost their businesses to in that raging wildfire last week the fire tore through too heavily populated suburbs between denver and boulder, forcing some 35,000 people from their homes. one person a 69 year old man has been confirmed dead more than 1000 homes destroyed and more than 140. others were damaged. the fire is considered colorado's most destructive ever. president biden telling the people of boulder county that the federal government will help rebuild their communities. we have to summon the courage to do something about it to build back better as one nation. i gotta recovery here in boulder county. is going to take a long time. i'm not going to kid you we're going to stay with you as long as it takes. we're going to be here for every step of the way, i promise. and it's going to be better. is going to be better. authorities are focused on a burning shed. as they investigate the cause of this fire. they see winds reaching more than 100. mph along with very dry conditions made the
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fire especially difficult to contain. paypal is reportedly looking at creating its own crypto currency, the bay area online payment company told bloomberg it is exploring releasing a coin that's backed by an existing currency. paypal currently supports buying and selling other cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and using them to make purchases along with us dollars. are coming up at 11. well this is not supposed to be there. not something you see every day sea lion on the side of a highway. authorities were able to get it safely with the help of a good samaritan. at a barrier whether the rain clouds moving out tonight this weekend features slightly warmer temperatures will have the update coming up after the break up first. so in two minutes hashtag operation grandma how east bay congressman eric east bay congressman eric swalwell. helped
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ago, and electric and natural gas costs are up 11. you can find more information on how to apply on pgs website. had a barrier whether the rain clouds moving out of town for tonight, we were not expecting major totals but at least nice to attract some rainfall across parts of the bay area. take a look at the numbers. know what jumbo totals to report? you can see half moon bay and santa rosa, both close. 2.15 san francisco close to 1/10 of an inch, but san jose only trace amounts of rainfall so that system is moving out this weekend will feature a dry forecast was still some fog for the morning hours. and partly to mostly sunny skies into the afternoon. quick check on lake tahoe. the current conditions cooling off in the twenties and the thirties, and here is the forecast for saturday and sunday . we are expecting clearing skies and mostly sunny skies for south lake tahoe, so it looks like no snow chances in the sierra for this weekend. here's
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a satellite where you can't see this. this cloud band moving to the south of the bay area. that is our old front from earlier today, behind the front, you have some cooler air so as a result, temperatures cooling off tonight. and tomorrow morning will be somewhat of a chilly start across parts of the region. but it is a dry pattern. the live doppler sweeps not picking up on any rainfall. current number of santa rosa right now, 45 degrees a cool 45 there. oakland 50 and san jose checking in 52. here's a live camera, but stan francisco where we still have partly cloudy skies, but some patches of some fog will likely regroup, especially in something inland valleys and also right over the bay itself and keep it either chilly temperatures. no frost advisories, but the was locations will be starting out the weekend in the mid thirties. it is a dry forecast for both saturday and sunday as his area of high pressure rebuilds, but probably tomorrow morning and then once again in the sunday morning. the fog makes it come back so that could impact visibilities looks like sunday might be the warmest day of the weekend. not by much, but that's the day we could attract a few
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low sixties. now we're tracking another system offshore, and this will kind of be flirting with our coastline. it is just a very slight chance of a shower on monday for your monday forecast. the main impacts will be just be an increase in the cloud cover as early as sunday afternoon and into sunday night . here's a forecast model tomorrow morning showing you some of the fog out there and then clearing skies into the afternoon hours sunday. there we go. we're bringing some more high clouds throughout the afternoon hours. maybe that filtered sunshine. this forecast model is not bringing in any rainfall. so we just have that slight chance and your monday forecast temperatures for tomorrow will be in the fifties . cool start tomorrow morning and then most areas back up to run for 55 to 57 degrees and look ahead. your weekend forecast is looking okay, there's that slight chance of a sprinkle on monday, and it looks like a quiet weather pattern into early next week. but if you want to get outside from a saturday and sunday, we're both. we're looking pretty good for both of those days. good time dry out. alright, mark. thank
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you. meantime heavy rains in washington state of caused massive flooding and triggered road closures. there now this is what it looked like. in lewis county this morning, a 30 mile stretch of interstate five near kahala, south of seattle, completely underwater. driver stuck on that highway from miles as many detours to avoid flooding. some though not so lucky, and rescue crews had to be called in more flooding expected in that region. as the river is expected to crest this weekend. coming up on the 11 o'clock news area mayors concerned about local restaurants staying afloat how they're asking congress to take action. this point of the season . i think it's safe to say everyone's kind of tired of hearing the same question every week. who's gonna quarterback for the 49 ers come sunday, but that being said the 40 niners are hoping this won't be the last week. that that question is asked. they need to win. we'll give you a hint. who's the quarterback against the rams come sunday, and warrior fans
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