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letter to the mayor saying firefighters have lost confidence in chief joanne hayes-white and her ability to lead. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> it is out of here! >> good morning, everyone. i'm michelle griego. >> rise and shine, i'm frank mallicoat! it's 5:00. a little weather, traffic and drizzle. >> damp on some of the roadways outside. just a drizzle now. but we have some real rain on the way. in fact, that cold front just making its way into the northern part of the state. we are going to see it slowly headed toward the bay area throughout the day today. not expecting any showers possibly in the north bay until later on this evening. but we have cloudy skies outside and a lot of drizzle very damp on the roadways if you are headed out the door but the temperatures are very, very mild. keep in mind, that the ocean temperatures are still staying warm which we have just not had those cold upwelling currents this year. 67 degrees in san francisco. 63 in san jose.
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66 in livermore. by the afternoon, we'll see some clouds, temperatures in the 70s maybe some low 80s inland. and 60s out toward the coastline. more on the possibility of rain in a few minutes. right now let's check the roads with elizabeth. thank you, lawrence. they are in the process of picking up some overnight roadwork right now approaching the dublin interchange. because of that, it is really slow. our drive time is slow out of the livermore valley. it's in the red. so the roadwork this morning was between hacienda and foothill san ramon road. it's in the clearing stages but it is causing delays. 27 minutes between the altamont pass and 680. you can see all that traffic is heading towards 680 and the dublin interchange. also overnight the connector ramp was closed southbound 680 to westbound 580. they should pick that up, as well. then we are just seeing a few slowdowns out of tracy. you just missed the lanes change crews. you can see the flashing lights in the distance so they are trying to get another southbound lane open in the commute direction. the roads are a little slick as lawrence mentioned. you may need windshield wipers this morning and live look at 880 in oakland. they should have cleared the
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overnight roadwork as well in the southbound lanes of 880 approaching jackson. that's your latest "kcbs" drive to work. frank and michelle, back to you guys. >> all right. thank you, elizabeth. the "king" fire in el dorado county is now 35% contained. over 89,000 acres have been burned so far and things could get worse today. high winds and increasing temperatures are in the forecast. 12,000 homes are still in danger and so far, the fire has destroyed a dozen homes. >> we have made quite a life up here. so onward and upward. >> 2700 people are still not allowed to go home. some san francisco firefighters say their department needs new leadership. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live with more.
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>> reporter: a letter citing firefighter concerns is due to arrive at city hall today describing, quote, a crisis in confidence in chief joanne hayes-white. that letter is from union leaders to san francisco's mayor. according to a copy obtained by a kpix 5 source, the firefighters want interim leadership team to address understaffing, excess overtime and what they call an ongoing ambulance shortage. but hayes-white thinks there may be more behind the movement than that. >> there are discipline cases that i think people are not happy doing things differently than my predecessors but it's the right thing to do in this day and age. >> reporter: she says she is not planning on stepping down and mayor ed lee says he doesn't believe her job is in jeopardy. as you might imagine, this is an awkward subject among politicians here at san francisco city hal. but that's par for the course
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here. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> mace haste has been fire chief in san francisco more than -- hayes-white has been fire chief in san francisco for more than 10 years, longer than any other chief. a woman was kidnapped in walnut creek in the middle of the day. an armed man forced her into her car on mueller road drove her through the neighborhoods and to an atm where she was forced to withdraw money. people living in the area are shocked. >> it happened at noon?! wow. kind of sad, you know, that somebody would feel like they can get away with that in broad daylight like that. >> the suspect did leave the victim after getting cash. she was not hurt. if you saw anything, call police. developing news now. president obama will address the isis issue at the united nations later today. as marlie hall reports, mr.
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obama and the u.n. security council will try to stop foreign fighters from joining the terrorists. reporter: president obama will stand before more than 140 heads of state and government at the united nations today and address global issues. at the top of the list, isis. the u.s. along with arab allies began launching air strikes against isis targets inside syria monday night. the first strikes in a sustained campaign to defeat the terror group. yesterday, the president met with representatives from the five nations who participated. >> i think we now have an opportunity to send a very clear message that the world is united. >> reporter: air strikes targeted isis communication, training and supply centers. >> they will adapt to what we've done and seek to address their shortfalls and gaps against our air campaign in the coming weeks. >> reporter: president obama will also chair a security council meeting here at the u.n. today. members are expected to adopt a
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resolution that would require countries to pass laws to try to prevent their citizens from joining terrorist groups. >> the threat of foreign terrorist fighters is very real. and we have to start with the uncomfortable reality that security measures alone will not solve this problem. >> reporter: the national counter-terrorism center estimates 15,000 foreign fighters have traveled to the middle east to join groups like isis. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. some of this week's u.s. airstrikes targeted a little known group known as khorasan. it's an al qaeda splinter group a mix of jihaddies from afghanistan, yemen, and other he areas. this group poses a more direct threat to the united states. >> the intelligence reports indicated that the khorasan group was in the final stages of plans to execute major attacks against western targets and the u.s. homeland. >> the u.s. says khorasan
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militants have been working with bomb makers from al qaeda's yemen affiliates. police in virginia searching for a man they believe abducted a college student. jesse matthew, jr., was the last person seen with 18-year- old hannah graham near the university of virginia. graham has been policing for two weeks. matthew went to the police station to ask for a lawyer and fled and hasn't been seen since. new protests and unrest in ferguson, missouri. people took to the streets last night after a memorial for michael brown the teen shot and killed by an officer. police suspect candles caused a fire. there was damage to stores. hundreds of students walked out of classrooms in colorado. [ whoo! >> yesterday's protest in arvada is over a proposal by a conservative-led school board. the plan is to focus history education on topics that promote citizenship, patriotism
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and respect for authority. opponents of the plan are concerned the materials will ignore acts of civil disorder that shape and strengthen the united states. stay with us. 5:08 your time. coming up, a family forced to take cover after noticing a massive bear in their backyard. after the break, what the residents in this california neighborhood are so concerned. we'll tell ya. >> cloudy skies now a lot of drizzle outside. but we have some rain on the way. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and we have been seeing a few more spinouts out the door this morning. plus this overnight roadwork is causing a pretty good sized delay for this time of the morning through the dublin interchange. we want to know what drives you crazy during your commute. ask a question or share a gripe by emailing crazy@kpix.com. or tweet me at #ewengerkpix and watch to see if your question gets answered on air. we'll be right back. ed these two men. they are ed as 18- year old moufassa haulcy and 19-year marquis banks,
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south bay. two men have been arrested. it's a story you saw first here on kpix five. mark sayer joins us live wi more on this new break in t new developments that luxury car theft ring. two men were arrested. mark sayre joins us live with more on this break in the case. reporter: here at tracks auto in san mateo, at least 40 sets of car keys and two vehicles were stolen right off
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the lot. another nearby dealership was targeted as well and now, two people are under arrest. the san mateo police served search warrants in oakland and arrested these two men identified as 18-year-old [ non- english language ] and 19-year- old [ indiscernible ] they have tied them to several thefts in san mateo. police are looking to see if they could be connected to a series of other car thefts in san jose, santa clara and belmont. as we first told you on monday, this surveillance video caught the criminals in action in san jose and san jose police are investigating. >> they are not concerned with getting caught. so they are probably pros. they probably have done this more than once and again maybe the idea that maybe they are not from the area.
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>> reporter: they steal the keys and find out which key opens which car and drive off: police in belmont say they have now recovered six of eight cars from a dealership there and a similar theft is being investigated. police are trying to determine if these auto thefts are related. is it an auto theft ring? but one thing they cannot answer, why they steal the cars and just leave them abandoned on the side of the road for police to discover them? they don't have the answer to that question. live in san mateo bridge, i'm mark sayre, kpix 5. thank you. bakersfield is becoming the home of bear sightings after five were seen yesterday. the department of fish and wildlife says the bears have something to do with it. they were tranquilized and returned to the wild. officials say as long as the
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area is in a drought, residents will continue to see bears searching for food and water. so how would you react if you ordered a pizza and the delivery guy were cops? >> that's what happened to a man in portland, oregon. officers say the delivery guy got into a car crash, so the officers actually covered for him and by the way, the pizza guy is okay. that's nice of the cops. >> i should say. look at that. they even smiled for a little photo. it's wet outside. even a few sprinkles out the door cause spinouts. another one reported in emeryville and i'm not sure if this is late running roadwork or what the deal is but this earlier roadwork at least, maybe they are still clearing, it is causing an unusual delay right now heading to the dublin interchange. so this is a live look actually all those headlights, that is the commute direction westbound 580. but check out our sensors. it's really slow now. we are seeing the usual slow
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traffic out of the altamont pass because of the commute. but this is unusually heavy for this time of the morning coming into pleasanton. the roadwork from hacienda to san ramon, we have been trying to call caltrans to figure out what's going on. golden gate bridge no delay here out of san leandro into san francisco. you can see the wet pavement, though. at the bay bridge toll plaza, all good so far heading into san francisco. emergency vehicles traveling eastbound 80 they must be heading to the scene of this accident. we saw a number of fire crews and ambulances. this is one of those solo spinouts. it is counter-commute in emeryville eastbound 80 at powell street. but we're hearing that multiple lanes are blocked and we're also seeing some slowing on our sensors. westbound traffic looks okay on that approach if you are heading to the bay bridge but eastbound there's obviously a problem coming around the berkeley curve. here's a live look at 880 in oakland. no delay at the coliseum. the roadwork is cleared in both
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directions. if you want to stay away from the wet roads, try bart. so far everything is on time systemwide. that is your latest "kcbs" drive to work. we have some changes in the forecast. the wet weather is not over yet, huh, lawrence? >> no. we're just getting going in fact. looks like the rainy season is starting early this year. we have drizzle out the door right now so the roads are darn. you may need the windshield wiper from time to time this morning. we'll see clouds rolling in. a storm system in california, eureka seeing showers up into crescent city and the system going to be sliding slowly down the coastline throughout the day today. so as we head toward the afternoon increasing clouds, chance of showers in the north bay by this evening. now, looks like some more rain is on the way for the rest of the bay area overnight tonight.
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we are catching the southern edge of the storm. maybe we get three-quarters inch in the wettest spots for tomorrow. so still not a bad soaker around the bay area. 80s and 90s though into the central valley. the further north you go the better chance you have of getting some rain. timing this out a little bit, looks like as we head in toward the evening hours the front finally makes its way into parts of the north bay and overnight slides down across the rest of the bay area so tomorrow morning the commute jakob a little tricky out there. clouds part tomorrow afternoon. looks like the next couple of days the rainy season kicking into gear early. we may see lingering showers friday. saturday and sunday, return to more sunshine. mild weather into the next week. but yeah, a nice soaker coming our way, some places tomorrow wet early tomorrow morning.
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>> about an inch? three-quarters inch is a good soaker for this time of year. if you didn't know it's national singles week. >> i had no idea. a group of singles is volunteering to build homes for those in need. roberta gonzales joins us live from san carlos. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i am live in san carlos. i found a brand-new place called [ indiscernible ] store for habitat for humanity. this is a twofold story. first off, who knew that this is national singles week across america? now who knew? the founder, mark owen who flew in from seattle just for this interview this morning. hi, mark. >> hey, how are you doing? >> reporter: i'm doing great but i learn something new every day. today i found out that it's national singles week. talk to me about that. >> it is. singles always are looking for reasons to get together so, you know, why not do it now? >> reporter: why not? instead of just like hooking up at a gym or at a bar. we're hooking up at reese store where we're asking people to
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come in and donate all year long all year round and what happens is, the items go to habitat for humanity. and that's why we have chris here. tell me, chris, you are working hand in hand with mark on what? >> so today we have a bunch of volunteers to help us stock the reese store move stuff around put things in a great spot so we can sell these items and the proceeds go back to benefiting habitat for humanity greater san francisco. and it allows us to build homes. >> and today we are going to be building a home at lunchtime. >> we are. so we have the crew coming out to our construction site located in san francisco to help us build 28 single-family homes and we are so excited to have such dedicated volunteers that can come out and swing a hammer, have a great time but also meet one another. i mean, what better way to do that? >> mark, so what other activities do you have that people can get together if you don't know how to swing a hammer? >> everything from parties -- we are in australia on a big trip. >> reporter: australia in.
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>> yeah. >> reporter: great. if you want to know more about events & adventures on national singles week or habitat for humanity, what a great cause, we have made it easy, visit us online at kpix.com and go to "links and numbers." reporting from reese store in san carlos, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. it is 5:20 right now. an unexpected blessing at a church in chicago. new at 5:30 how a recent real estate deal is helping some church members out. i'm dennis o'donnell. the a's try to stay in the top wild card spot and if it's september, it's the giants and dodgers and tempers flare. the fight was a draw. the game was not. coming up. >> we want to know what's cool about your school? email your nominations to us at coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. we'll be right back. first, here's this morning's bay area jobs report with steven greenburg. reporter: employers don't usually tell a candidate why they did not get the job. here's what some hr managers say are the most common
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mistakes candidates make and how to fix them. amazon has over 550 jobs in the bay area. amazon's head of hiring says that candidates often try to please interviewers by saying they will do anything or they are open to trying. but that's often the wrong thing to say. employers need assurance that you can do a particular job. successful candidates make it clear that the job they're interviewing for is a perfect one and the best match for their skills. one hr manager does a great deal of hiring in san francisco told me that preparing for an interview, candidates should practice out loud saying three specific examples of their experience that align to the open job. at san francisco-based kimpton hotels, a growing hotel chain that has openings at 11 different properties in the bay area, their head of hr says it's often about personality, more than experience. candidates who are creative and demonstrate a passion for the employer's business are more likely to be told, you got the job. that's a good approach for any job you seek. i'm steven greenburg, kpix 5. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
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good morning, everyone. although the giants hang by a mathematical thread, any chance of winning the national league west came to an end last night in los angeles. puig and baumgarner have had issues with each other all season so when baumgarner hit puig on the foot in the 1st
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inning, tempers boiled over. players restrained, benches clear, a lot of smoke, not much fire. matt kemp had fire in his bat two-run shot. 3-0 dodgers. baumgarner's quest for win 19 not looking so good. fourth homer of the year sets a franchise record for pitchers and long balls. 3-2 dodgers. that's all they would get. justin turner put it away with a solo shot in the 8th. his second homer of the game and the dodgers win 4-2. so the important number right now is the wild card. the pirates hold the top spot by one game. winner hosts the wild card game one week from today. sonny gray struck out 12 angels in seven innings last night. this wasn't one of them. gordon beckham gone solo shot anaheim led 2-0. same score 8th inning. the a's load the bases but steven vogt popped out to end the threat. 2-0 the final. the 7th time that they have
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been shut out since august 1. the a's are tied with the royals in the wild card standings and earliest now the a's can clinch a spot in the wild card is tomorrow. one other note on the giants. angel pagan centerfielder and leadoff man is done for the year. he will have back surgery i l.a. tomorrow. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. dog owners beware, animal control officials warn you after what they say was discovered at a bay area dog park. we have the details. >> reporter: two men under arrest for car dealership burglaries on the peninsula. could it be related to a larger crime ring throughout the bay area? i'll have the details just ahead. ,,,,,,,,
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linda marie macdonald. assembly today... and isis is at the top of the agenda. president barack obama will address the united nations general assembly today and isis is at the top of the agenda. we have the latest. >> and firefighters calling for their own chief to step down in san francisco. we are live with why they want a new leader. >> cloudy skies, drizzle, rain on the way, we'll talk about that coming up. >> you may need a few windshield wipers this morning. you can see the wet pavement on the kpix.com/bridge and a few more cars in the cash lines. your "kcbs" drive to work is coming up. good morning, it's wednesday, september 24. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 5:30. happening today a firefighter union plans to deliver a letter to the mayor of san francisco asking him to oust the fire chief. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live to explain why there's unrest in the department. anne. >> reporter: a letter is due to arrive here at city hall today
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citing what san francisco firefighters call a crisis of confidence in their chief, joanne hayes-white. reporter: the letter is signed by leaders of every faction of the union and the history of the san francisco fire department that has never happened. it calls for the department to return to levels of excellence which, i don't want, can only happen with a -- which, quote, can only happen with a change in our current leadership. >> are you resign? >> i'm not at this point thinking about resigning. >> reporter: one of the complaints, dangerous ambulance response times, more than an hour in some cases, because of a lack of equipment and personnel. the chief and mayor say things are getting better after more rigs were put on the street. and more emts were hired. >> have confidence in the chief and we are working very hard particularly on this ambulance response time. >> do you think there's something more to this than just ambulances? >> there are discipline cases that i think frankly people are not happy with doing things
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differently than my predecessors would have done but it's the right thing to do in this day and age. >> reporter: white's job is in jeopardy. but that letter is calling for an interim leadership team to be in place asap. live in san francisco, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> hayes-white has been fire chief in san francisco more than 10 years, longer than anyone else who has had that job. governor brown asking world leaders to put a price on carbon emissions. he addressed the panel at the u.n. climate summit in new york yesterday. they plan to spend the cap and trade program to include vehicle fuels. critics worry this could mean higher gas prices for all of us. well, it is 5:32. let's get another check on the weather. a little bit of rain. >> yeah. we have some drizzle this morning, yeah, and it looks like maybe some rain headed here later on this evening which could be a nice sight as we are going to see clouds rolling back in. in fact, we have some mostly cloudy skies if you are headed out the door and it's very damp in spots but that's because of the drizzle. but look at this. we have a real cold front off
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the coastline. so far, most of that rain is hung up just a little bit to the north but it's cloudy and very mild this morning. these temperatures running in the 60s all around the bay area. even 67 degrees in san francisco. by the afternoon, we'll see increasing clouds, 70s around the bay. maybe some low 80s if we see a couple of sunny breaks in the valleys and 60s along the coastline. we'll have more on the rain coming up. right now let's check on the slick roads with elizabeth. >> we have seen a handful of spinouts and we had some roadwork causing delays so kind of busy for 5:30 a.m. if you are heading out the door. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. kind of a typical thing going on here. you have seen the delays filling in in the cash lanes. they have not activated the metering lights yet so the middle labors, the fastrak ones, still look -- the middle lanes, the fastrak ones, still look good. once you get past the bay bridge toll plaza, everything is good from the incline toward treasure island. we just got word from chp they hope to re-open lanes here
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approaching powell any moment. it's counter-commute. there is a spinout that caused a delay. it was blocking multiple lanes. but again they hope to clear it right about now is what they told us. live look outside. you can see how slick it is if you are heading into the dublin- pleasanton area. the drive time is slow and i got to say it started early the commute because we had some roadwork that just kind of maybe took a little while to clear caused some slowdowns heading to the dublin interchange. it was hacienda to foothill san ramon road. you can see the delays out of the livermore valley. that's "kcbs traffic." frank and michelle, back to you guys. >> all right. thank you, elizabeth. golden gate transit workers could go on strike in the next few days. last week workers from a machinist union staged a one- day strike over claims of unfair labor practices. there are 13 unions representing the district workers. right now it's unclear which will go on strike. the strike can halt bus and ferry service and slow commuters who rely on the golden gate bridge to get into the city. developing now, two men
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have been arrested for allegedly stealing cars on the peninsula that could help investigators solve a bigger luxury car theft ring. mark sayre is live in san mateo with more on this story. >> reporter: in el camino real in san mateo, 40 sets of car keys and two vehicles were stolen. now detectives are trying to find out if similar crimes in the bay area are related. reporter: 18-year-old moufassa haulcy and 19-year-old mark questions banks, both of oakland, are now in jail. police say the men are responsible for felony thefts at two-car dealerships in the city of san mateo. could the two teenagers also be part of this organized group of car thieves that stole more than 20 cars over the weekend? >> they used the fobs to locate which cars are flashing. >> reporter: police in the bay area are comparing notes to see if the cases are related. as kpix 5 first reported monday night, the formula 1 dealership in san jose captured the
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thieves on surveillance video. 7 men broke in and went straight for the key box. san jose police are now investigating. >> they are not concerned with getting caught. so these crooks are probably, you know, pros. they probably have done this more than once. and again, maybe the idea that maybe they're not from the area? >> reporter: the thieves click on the key fobs, the lights flicker and the thieves then start taking a bunch of cars. also hit in the similar way were a nearby mercedes-benz dealership on stevens creek in santa clara and autobahn mercedes in belmont but many of the cars have now been found. so why would the thieves goes to all the trouble to steal all these luxury vehicles then abandon them on the road? police say that is a question they don't have an answer to. reporting live in san mateo, i'm mark sayre, kpix 5. 5:36. contra costa county is getting some help with protecting victims of domestic violence. the county is one of four
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regions that will receive a portion of the $2.6 million in federal grants. the money will go towards funding a new program that all aims to identify and stop potentially deadly domestic violence offenders. studies show three women die daily in the u.s. at the hands of their partner or their ex- partner. now to developing news. president obama will address the u.n. today. as andrew spencer reports, the president will focus on isis. reporter: ahead of the u.n. general assembly, president barack obama highlighted a coalition of countries now fighting against isis. >> all of us are committed to making sure that we degrade and ultimately destroy not only isil but also the kinds of extremist ideologies that would lead to so much bloodshed. >> reporter: five arab countries joined the united states in conducting military strikes against isis targets in syria early tuesday. they hit training camps, weapons production and command and control facilities. but the u.s. military also had
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some surprise targets in mind. it fired more than 40 tomahawk cruise missiles from the red sea in the persian gulf. the majority of those according to the pentagon weren't aimed at isis but at another extremist group called khorasan thought to be actively plotting attacks on western targets. >> we know they were close. we know that they had a very serious intent to conduct an attack on western targets and that drove a lot of the urgency last night. >> reporter: the al qaeda legitimate jabhat al-nusra may have been a target although u.s. officials have not identified it as such. the group claimed it leader was killed in tuesday's strikes. the strikes against opposition groups in syria may have been conducted without the consent of the government but activists say the government is happy to endorse american intervention. >> he has been telling us for three years that america is the enemy, the devil, and now he is telling us that america is a friend. and i shall work with america to fight terrorism. can anybody believe him?
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can anybody believe what's happening to us? it's not a nightmare. it's much worse than that. >> reporter: i'm andrew spencer reporting. happening today in san francisco, a protest against the air strikes in syria. it starts at 5:30 tonight at powell and market streets near union square. animal control officers have ordered lab tests now on 8 suspicious meatballs found at a santa rosa dog park. they were found saturday on a trail at a facility called "a place to play." no reports of injuries but there are concerns the meatballs could have been poisoned. now, that has been the case over the past year in san francisco where more than 30 poisoned meatballs were discovered in areas where pets were likely to find them. one dog in san francisco died and another became very sick. for more on these incidents, go do kpix.com and click on the photo of the meatball on the main page. it's becoming a very expensive battle in berkeley over whether to tax sugary drinks. those who want the tax are
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angry that the american beverage association has donated another half million dollars to the "no on d" campaign. that's on top of a previous $300,000 donation. >> they have dissociated their product with the the feeling -- they have southern end their product with a feeling and image and they are selling a drink that causes obesity and diabetes. >> proponents link sugary beverages to obesity and diabetes and so far no comment from the aba. some big problems with the new iphone has got some apple fans a little ticked off and the hottest toys for the holidays, the list is just in. jill wagner joins us with more on that. jill. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. we are starting to see some of the fallout from that home depot breach. according to the "wall street journal," criminals have been using stolen card information to buy everything from electronics to groceries.
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some home depot customers have even seen their bank accounts drained. in most cases, it's the financial institutions that get stuck paying those fraudulent charges. and customers aren't responsible. but it isn't always easy to get that money back. apple's largest iphone bringing in big bucks. the 6-plus sells for $100 more than the iphone 6 but a new report says the more expensive version only costs apple $15 more to make. meanwhile, some iphone 6 users say their new gadgets are ending up bent. people plank on twitter said their phones are bending while in their pockets. so far there's no response from apple. get them while they're hot. toy insider put together its hot 20 list of which toys kids will be pining for this holiday season. for infants and toddlers, it's an interactive smart chair. elmo, still popular. for preschoolers, it's all
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about interactive ninja turtles and "frozen" is still hot so a "frozen" sing-along boom box makes the list and a singing elsa. parents, you will be hearing "let it go" until the new year. >> frank and michelle? >> and many more years after that. all right, jill wagner cbsmarketwatch.com, thank you. it is 5:42 now. search engine giant google topping the list of companies most college grads would like to work for. a firm surveyed more than 200,000 businesses and engineering majors from 12 countries. the majority listed google as their top choice. some other top companies that made the list include apple, of course, microsoft, ernst & young and coca-cola. 5:42 right now. a sunday blessing for congregants at a church in chicago. after the break, what one pastor decided to do for church members after completing a real estate deal. >> less than two weeks into her
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community celebrates rosh hashanah. that's the jewish new year. it b happening today jews celebrating rosh hashana. that's the jewish new year. it begins at sundown today ends at nightfall on friday. there are four new year's in the jewish year. rosh hashana is considered the new year for people, animals and legal contracts. well, you usually donate money at church not walk away with it. but a church in chicago turned the tables and decided to give $500 to each member of the congregation. pastor says a decades old real estate deal went through and she suddenly had a surplus of money. but that's the end of giving though. church members are writing ideas now on a white board to figure out what to do with the left over $1.4 million.
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>> probably had a crowded sunday service. >> i think so. >> 500 bucks to walk in. more painful to fly home for the holidays if you are using spirit airlines. it is adding an extra $2 for checked bags for flights booked from december 18 through january 5. their fees are $30 in advance, $100 at the gate. don't do that. >> don't do that. maybe we should just do a road trip. >> i actually have flown spirit. great airline. but they tack on for every little thing. it will surprise you. outside on the roads this morning we have a number of issues out there. this is kind of the storm before the storm. lawrence will have the forecast coming up but there is a little drizzle out there i guess the real rain hits tomorrow morning. but we are already dealing with spinouts out the door because of slick roads. and they switched on the
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metering lights about 5 minutes ago. so we have delays beyond the overcrossings and then counter-commute they just cleared this accident finally because we were seeing some delays coming off of the bridge eastbound heading to emeryville. it was eastbound 80 at powell street. probably a driver going too fast for conditions just one of the spinouts that we have seen out the door. and you can see it is a little wet if you are heading to the dublin interchange. this commute started early. it took a while to clear the overnight roadwork. and then traffic quickly backed up out of the livermore valley. so right now the drive time is already 35 minutes between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. but roadwork was approaching hacienda. it is finally cleared now. but obviously some good sized delays out of livermore in the commute direction. there is a live look at the golden gate bridge. so far things look quiet in both directions. we have seen a few windshield wipers going though across the span coming into san francisco. and overnight, there was also a pedestrian killed in a car accident in san jose and police are still telling us that the
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eastbound lanes of tully closed between king and lanai. that's your latest drive to work. with the forecast, here's lawrence. a lot of clouds this morning. the roads are damp but that's because of some of drizzle out there but we have some real rain to be heading in our direction here as we head into the next 24 hours. so hi-def doppler radar picking up on some of the showers already in far northern california toward crescent city and eureka. you see the rain making its way onshore there that's going to be slowly sliding in our direction throughout the day. maybe in the north bay by this evening. so then overnight tonight i think that will spread further to the south so tomorrow could be a very wet commute early on tomorrow morning. you want to check it out. we'll be tracking the storm system early tomorrow. high pressure is going to hold off. energy is moving up into the pacific northwest. they will see heavy rainfall there. we are catching the trailing edge. still very, very impressive for
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this time of year. in the north rain. around the bay area today, you will see clouds rain will go from the north and then spreading to us tomorrow morning with a wet commute. tomorrow afternoon breaking up a bit. skies clear out. lingering showers into friday, as well. 60s at the coast. 70s inside the bay. 80s inland. sunrise 6:59. sunset 7:03. and as we look out toward the next couple of days, here comes the rain tonight and tomorrow morning then breaking off showers by tomorrow afternoon. maybe a lingering shower into friday. sunshine and dry saturday and sunday and staying mild into monday and also tuesday. raina, maybe a half inch, maybe .75" in the wettest parts of the north bay. of course, the santa cruz mountains could get a soaker too. >> does this mean the mock
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turtleneck is going to coming out? >> it's still warm for that. >> did you get a different flavor? >> why change when it's already right? >> true. we can't wait to see it. >> for years. >> all right. the state's historic drought is causing glaciers to melt. it happened on mount shasta this week. mud eight feet deep came rushing down the mountain. years of drought have left the mountain vulnerable. >> crash in the glacier, a chunk falls and all that water pours down and floods out the entire watershed system all the way down to the mccloud river 15 miles away. >> and the danger isn't over. emergency workers are worried about the glacier on shasta's north slope. 5:50. talk about a big money pit. we could be left with a giant hole in the ground for years. after the break, the big bay area construction project that's simply falling apart. ,,,,,, a remote that lives on your phone.
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just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote at progressive.com. was kicked out of her colle storm clouds headed to the bay area. rain dropping in later on this evening and then on the increase overnight tonight into tomorrow. maybe about a half to .75" of rain in the north bay. >> and we have been watching
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the breaking news overnight in san jose. a fatal accident on tully road, another vehicle. right now the eastbound lanes of tully closed between king and lanai. they hope to have the investigation wrapped up and lanes reopened by 6:30. a full look at your "kcbs traffic" coming up. 5:54. the walnut creek native who was just crowned miss america was apparently kicked out of her college sorority over hazing. kira kazantsev competed on a platform against domestic violence. she admits she took part in some hazing activities at hofstra university. but nothing aggressive. she says she was forced out of her sorority over a letter, though, that joked about hazing. miss america organization says it is standing behind kazantsev. lawsuits threaten to derail the transbay terminal project. the 65-foot hole south of market in san francisco, developers thought they were paying a fixed number for the
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project. city leaders say the agreement was for a percentage. the project changed when a developer dropped out. then a higher tax rate was passed which builders say they can't afford. >> we need to make sure that the developers pay what they are supposed to pay. anyone can threaten to file a lawsuit. we shouldn't back down because someone threatens to sue. >> the transbay terminal is supposed to be one of the tallest buildings on the west coast home to a regional transportation center along with offices and housing. firefighters are calling for a change in leadership. coming up, we'll tell you why and what they want the city of san francisco to do about it. two men under arrest for car dealership burglaries on the peninsula. could it be related to a larger crime ring in the bay area? i'll have the details just ahead. ,,,,,,
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>> i think we now have an opportunity to send a clear message. >> president obama addresses the u.n. general assembly this morning and he will focus on the growing u.s. military presence in the middle east. five arab countries joined the u.s. in the first round of air strikes against isis targets in syria yesterday. >> sad, you know, somebody would feel like they can get away with that. >> police in walnut creek are looking for the robber who made a woman withdraw money from an atm at gunpoint. the suspect forced his victim into her car on mueller road and drove her downtown to get the cash. >> i'm not at this point thinking about resigning. >> today san francisco firefighters are expected to call for their chief to step down. union leaders will deliver a letter to the mayor saying firefighters have lost confidence in chief joanne hayes-white and her ability to lead. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald.
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good morning, everyone. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. time now 6:00. new this morning, two people were killed and one injured in a shooting in san jose. it happened around 9:00 last night on rancho drive at seven trees boulevard. two men shot at least once each were pronounced dead at the scene a third victim taken to the hospital with non-life- threatening so far no arrests. and an intersection shut down in san jose this morning after a person was killed by a car there. it happened eastbound tully road at lanai avenue around midnight last night. that area will be closed for another half-hour. officers say a person was crossing the road when they were struck, drugs are alcohol are not factors in the crash. new developments in a luxury car theft ring on the peninsula and the south bay. two men have been arrested and it's a story you saw first here on kpix 5. mark sayre joins us live with more on this new break in the case. >> reporter: here at

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