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about the challenges firefighters face. >> reporter: it's dark out here this morning but we're standing out slope of a really steep windy hill right now jones vista and el sobrante at the very top of this around the corner,ing that where there was a two-alarm fire this morning. several families live there. we saw children wrapped in blanket, we saw one woman using an oxygen mask. the fire marshal says that one person is being treated for smoke inhalation. everyone was outside of the building by the time crew arrived. >> we arrived on the scene and had fire through the roof and that's a significant issue when you have that already. so the fire was well advanced by the time we got here and that's what prompted us to call a second alar so early. >> reporter: besides having to put out the flames, crews had to deal with this. this fire hydrant was sheared
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by a car a half mile from the scene affecting the water supply here. right now, as far as we know for a cause, we don't have one right now. a family of three was living in the unit. a family of five was in the underneath unit where the fire happened. we hope for more details later on. in el sobrante, jackie ward, kpix 5. a store clerk is in seriously injured after a robbery an shooting after an antioch 7-eleven overnight at a convenience store on lone tree way near hillcrest. police were at the scene collecting evidence. the clerk was taken to the hospital. his condition is unknown at this time. the store manager says he had recently immigrated from india. a three-day manhunt ends in a standoff and police have a murderer in jail. it happened at a home on massachusetts avenue in redwood city yesterday evening. anthony kirincic is accused of stabbing his girlfriend 34-year- old colleen straw to death in her san mateo home. kirincic had been on the run
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since friday. police tracked down his car to an urgent care clinic on saturday and eventually found him last night at a relative's home in redwood city. he is charged with first-degree murder. >> they were able to safely take the suspect anthony kirincic into custody and i can report to you that he is under arrest by san mateo police department now on a $5 million arrest warrant for murder. >> police are questioning a relative of kirincic who owns the house he was hiding in. president obama is wrapping up his crip to the u.n. summit on climate change. world leaders are discussing ways to reduce carbon emissions to keep global warming below 3.6 degrees fahrenheit. today he met with the heads of state of small island countries to discuss climate change and policies. >> the sea levels rise at currently projected levels or the pace that it's currently projected, um, some of their people will be forced to flee their homes. some of their nations could disappear entirely. and as weather patterns change,
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we might deal with tens of millions of climate refugees from the asia-pacific region. >> the obama administration said yesterday it would give $52 million to the world's poorest nations to deal with climate change. and the city of oakland getting some global attention too. mayor libby schaaf is set to make an address at the summit today. >> i'm going to be sharing concrete examples of things that we have done in oakland that has led to our 10% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions since 2005. >> the mayor points to changes at the port of oakland as a way the city has cut down on pollution. governor jerry brown is also expected to address world leaders at the summit. let's check the roads. >> we have a couple of things to talk about. an accident in san jose that cropped up on the guadalupe
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parkway, an accident blocking one lane of traffic. traffic beginning to slow down, down to 45 miles per hour. so if you need to take the guadalupe parkway to get to the mineta international airport, set aside some extra time this morning. also an accident on the sunol grade. this is southbound 680 approaching north mission. a three-car accident off to the right shoulder causing more of a looky-loo factor. no lanes are shut down. but it is creating a backup now. it's almost backed up to the dublin interchange. meantime, over at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's a 24- minute drive time between the carquinez bridge and the maze. once you get to the maze, traffic is backed up from the 580-80 interchange approaching the toll plaza, where the metering lights are on. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." now to roberta. good morning. it's december 1. a brand-new month, and we are going to track our brand-new storm, the very first one for the month of december. but right now, let's get you out the door with a jacket. currently we have a few lingering clouds from yesterday's weak impulse that
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raced through the bay area dumping .13" in hayward. 37 right now in concord, in the 30s in the tri-valley. in the 30s to the north in santa rosa. and san jose in the upper 30s. it's 48 degrees in san francisco. today, we'll finally make it back up into the low 60s. seasonal highs, 50s partly sunny at the beaches, 59 in redwood city. morgan hill 61 degrees. temperatures pretty much settling into the mid- to high 50s areawide. it will be warmer today in the north bay than yesterday at 61 in santa rosa. in the far reaches of the north bay partly sunny skies in clearlake at 56 degrees. northeast breeze at 5. we'll track the rain together and that's coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. >> reporter: thank you. by thursday we could know if dungeness crab will be on the menu again. two lawmakers requested the
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latest resulted for testing of domoic acid. the dungeness crab season has been on hold since there was neurotoxin in crab posing a health risk. one of the difficulties in predicting how long the ban will be in place is that acid levels have fluctuated in some areas instead of moving steadily downward. today hundreds of events throughout the world are planned to mark world aids day. in san francisco, hundreds of people will gather at the aids memorial grove in golden gate park. world aids day events have been happening every year since 1988 to remember those who died and to focus on prevention and treatment. and this is a live look out at the white house. you can see that big red ribbon out front to commemorate world aids day. a san francisco cop, the hot cop of the castro, andria borba shows us new surveillance video of the moments right after the crash.
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>> reporter: in this grainy surveillance video in a parking lot across from broadway someone is seen walking away from the scene of a hit-and-run crash that left two men injured. >> i heard screeching tires, you know, like someone slamming on the brakes. >> reporter: mark ruder saw the crash happen. he says the drive pulled his dodge charger to the curb. >> obviously, the driver got out of his vehicle and, um, conveniently disappeared. >> reporter: the charger registered to 38-year-old san francisco police officer christopher kohrs sat for hours on the street while sfpd investigated the crash. did the driver check on the pedestrian in the road? >> no. no . >> reporter: kohrs, who gained notoriety as the hot cop of the castro turned himself in to internal affairs and then was booked into county jail. the crash happened at 2:20 sunday morning in north beach. >> sobriety is definitely something that investigators are looking into as part of the ongoing investigations. >> reporter: coors' attorney says thinks client wasn't drunk. >> i don't think he was intoxicated.
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we are going to wait until the investigation reveals whatever the circumstances were. >> reporter: in an interview with this past summer he said this, you knew everyone is watching every move. so i made sure i wasn't doing anything inappropriate at any time. i drove carefully, never peeled out. just little minor stuff that kind of changed. i never got overly drunk and said inappropriate things like before this thing came out because everyone was watching . >> he is a police officer. he knows he shunted have left the scene. so i don't know. it doesn't seem right. >> reporter: kohrs is due in court on thursday to face two felony counts of hit-and-run. in north beach, andria borba, kpix 5. so what is worse than getting your car stolen in san francisco? the fee to recover that stolen car. but that's changing today. drivers who have their cars stolen can file a police report and get the $200 plus towing fee waived and san francisco
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residents will get a two-day break on storage fees that currently kick in after just four hours there. nonresidents still face a higher fee. a bomb scare in palo alto is clear this morning. the bomb squad was called in to blow up a hand grenade found monday afternoon near page mill road. the device was old. police say it's possible it could have come from an old army poets that used to be located in the area. 6:09. a relaxing cruise from the bay area to hawaii. gets a lot more exciting than the passengers had hoped for. >> you made it through black friday and then small business saturday. and then you survived cyber monday. now today is "giving tuesday." >> it is the "giving tuesday," it is the first day of december. as you head out the door, bundle up. we have temperatures in the 30s and 40s. now let's talk about rain. we'll track it together. >> we are going to talk about
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slow traffic in san jose. northbound 87 approaching curtner. an accident delaying that commute also big time problems for the bay bridge toll plaza. i'll have details with "kcbs traffic" coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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giving people options based on their budget is pretty edgy... kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. good morning. we're 68 days away from super bowl 50 being played at levi's stadium. 50 players have been named mvp in past super bowls. 27 of them have been quarterbacks and in one year, that would be super bowl xii, two players were named mvp and, of course, that's when the cowboys beat the broncos! >> thank you for that trivia. [ laughter ] >> i always like that, roberta. a dream crews from the bay area to hawaii turned into a
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nightmare for thousands of people. the ship left from san francisco six days ago and was about 100 miles from hilo when a fire started in the engine room yesterday causing power outage leaving the ship needing repairs. the captain had this message for the passengers last night. >> the situation is at the moment we will not be docking in honolulu, we'll be docking there with the assistance of tugs and we'll be awaiting these technicians to join us with a view to repairing the [ indiscernible ] engine room. >> a passenger tweeted that the planned stop in hilo had been scrubbed and the ship is sailing with just one engine. before.. analysts sa year broke records. sales are projected well, more people shopped online this cyber monday than ever before. and analysts say this year broke records. sales are projected to hit nearly $3 billion. we won't know specific totals for a few days. you can bet the amazon fulfillment center in tracy will look like this for the next month or so.
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the online retailer got 500 orders a second yesterday and to keep up with demand, amazon added 100,000 seasonal workers. and major retailers are hoping web traffic is a bit slower today after many sites crashed because of the volume. tarrant, foot locker, paypal crashed because of all the high volume. after being megaconsumers for the last few days, today is all about giving. >> the charitable campaign "giving tuesday" started online some three years ago and is now recognized nationwide. >> kpix 5's kiet do is live in milpitas with ways you can give. kiet. reporter: good morning. after a couple of days of consumism and capitalism, bay area charities are reminding you that right now is a time where you can really make a difference in somebody's life. we are live at home first in milpitas. they are the largest provider of shelters in santa clara county. they are scheduled to get a donation of several thousand pairs of socks later on today. here's a quick roundup of some of the need in the bay area. now, an organization called city impact in san francisco's tenderloin is hoping to raise enough money today for 10,000 christmas meals for the homeless and provide more services at hits clinics.
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-- at its health clinics. habitat for humanity is hoping for $15,000 today for home construction. the east oakland youth development center would like $10,000 for 10 apple computers for low income children and in sausalito they are giving away one billion free ebooks. you can go to the website you can go to the website billion ebook to get 50 free books. henry kim started "giving tuesday" three years ago as a social movement. now it's gone worldwide with 40,000 global partners raising nearly $100 million so far. >> all over the country people started to bring their own ideas to "giving tuesday" and started to grow in. >> you're thankful. you give back. it's a much nicer thing to do than go shopping all day. >> reporter: and so back here live at home first in milpitas, they are scheduled to get their donations of socks at 12:30 p.m. today. by the way, if you give now, it will still happen in time for you to, um, make it for your tax donation for the year and, um, make it a good year for everybody else. live in milpitas, kiet do, kpix 5. all right. time to give a little traffic
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and a little weather. and you are first out of the gate. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> take it a way! >> we are going to talk about the bay bridge toll plaza where traffic is slower than usual. we had a stall and an accident in the 5:00 hour. and early delays. so be prepared for those backups now extending into the macarthur maze in oakland with almost a 30-minute drive time now between the carquinez bridge and the maze. now, once you're on the bridge, traffic does pick up and it loosens up for the westbound drive heading across the span into san francisco so no longer backed up on the bridge. do keep in mind there is a brand-new accident now in napa. southbound 29 just before tubbs lane a big rig on its side blocking one direction of traffic. be prepared for delays southbound 29 just before tubbs lane in napa. the rest of the north bay commute looking okay. southbound traffic has been fine approaching the golden gate. we haven't had any problems leaving southern marin bound for san francisco. there was a fatal accident that happened last night which had
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shut down a couple of lanes of 101 in san rafael that's cleared up. all lanes open for southbound 101. golden gate looking good. in the silicon valley there is an accident in the clearing stages. it happened on the guadalupe parkway northbound approaching curtner. it's causing a backup now from highway 85 so all those folks heading towards downtown have been sitting in backups. be prepared for those delays. this will also impact some of the traffic bound for mineta international airport in san jose so set aside extra time on that commute. southbound 680 slow from 580 because of an earlier accident and altamont pass always slow. this morning the backups extend to the 205 interchange. you have to take a look at this. it's our live weather camera looking out towards levi's stadium. 68 days until super bowl 50 played right there. nine of the past 10 most watched u.s. television
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programs in history were super bowls. and, of course, super bowl 50 being played here in the bay area and seen right here on kpix 5 on february 7th. look at the clouds out there this morning! kind of acting like a blanket so it's not as cold at this hour as it was 24 hours ago. but nonetheless 30s still reported in the concord clayton and walnut creek area. 30s in throughout the tri- valley. upper 30s now in san jose. and right there at mineta international airport, as well as levi's stadium, and santa rosa reporting 36 degrees. here's what you need to know. obviously, bundle up heading out the door. it will become mainly clear and then a few clouds will linger into the afternoon hours. next storm that we're watching the very first one december on approach for thursday. it's going to be a big wind event, as well. this is the leading edge of the precipitation of a cold front that's now making tracks towards the bay area. we'll walk you through your wednesday. we see increasing clouds during the afternoon hours. and our timing could be a little bit off but right now futurecast does illustrate that we'll see the front descend on the north bay by 7 a.m.
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then quickly races through the bay area during the morning commute so your thursday morning commute will be adversely affected by the wind and rain and by the time it moves out late thursday night we'll have seen easily up to about an inch of rain in some portions of the north bay. about .25" to the south and to the east. about .15" in the redwood city area. now, meanwhile, around the state today, it's currently 12 in truckee going up to 39. there's your sun-up and sundown. and smack in between today, 50s and 60s. so a warmer day than yesterday. we're barely climbing back into the 60s. tomorrow is going to be balmy at times. and then the rain and wind on thursday. make it a great tuesday. with all this cold weather, it's creating some treacherous conditions. we'll have more on the rescue of five children stranded in the wilderness. ,,,,,,
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good morning, everyone. every game the undefeated warriors play the target on their back gets bigger and bigger and bigger. at last night in utah the jazz almost hit the bull's eye. which one has never seen a warriors lose, the baby or the parent? two minutes left golden state up one. jazz draws a foul three throw made it 99-97 utah! 90 seconds left. it's now tied at 99. jazz turn it over. andre iguodala to steph curry, misses but draymond green cleans it up and the warriors are up by 2 points. then under a minute to play. the game is tied at 101. but the mvp pulls up drains a three to give golden state a lead. curry had 26. 15 seconds left utah a chance to win the game rodney hood misses the three. draymond green chases it down and gets it to curry, who is fouled. golden state survives 106-103. they are 19-0. they have won 23 straight games dating back to last season.
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monday night football. browns and ravens tied at 27. three seconds left. cleveland trying to win the game on a 51-yard field goal but baltimore blocks the kick. picked up by the ravens will hill and there he goes! are you kidding me? 64 yards for the game winning touchdown as time expired. baltimore wins 33-27. it is the first walkoff blocked field goal return for a touchdown since ronald reagan was president. you have to go back a long way for that. quick warriors note. they can make it 20-0 tomorrow in charlotte. it will be a little homecoming for warriors mvp steph curry. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. okay, dennis. thank you.
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how about a curtain call? it was good the first time. it's even better the second time. you got it. we got ravens. we got browns. tied at 27. seconds to go. field goal the winner for cleveland! they never win! it's blocked. it's will hill, see you later!! 64 yards a runway and the game winning touchdown. that's your ballgame. baltimore finally wins. >> cleveland has had a rough season. >> all right. 6:26. the grocery store owner says the day after thieves steal dozens of bikes to help bay area middle school students. >> it's been a busy morning here in el sobrante. a fire displaces dozens of families and a fire hydrant is sheared causing the water problems. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. on day two of the climate summit in paris, the conversation turns to the fight against isis. >> and we are going to hear from the owner of this yacht that got out of its elements during a bay trip. >> brand-new month, we'll track a brand-new storm together. >> a big rig overturned on highway 29 in napa. i'll tell you how that traffic is approaching the scene. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, december 1. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. time now is 6:30. developing news. several families forced from their homes as an overnight fire rips through an el sobrante apartment complex. kpix 5's jackie ward has more on the complex firefight that brought crews in from five different towns. jackie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're on jones street in el
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sobrante right now and that's a really steep windy hill. actually, you can't even see the apartment complex behind me because it's up such a narrow curvy road. but when crews got here, fire was shooting through the roof already. everyone had already made it out safely from the building. but they believe the fire started in an upstairs unit where three people live and below them a five-person family lived there. so a lot of families in this area. we actually saw several children wrapped in blankets trying to stay warm this morning. it made everyone really scared. my apartment right now is okay. so thank god everybody is good. i didn't go inside my apartment. i need to find another place. >> reporter: the fire marshal told us that not only did he have to deal with all these fire trucks coming up to this hill to put out the fire but they also dealt with that sheared fire hydrant you can see. a car crashed into it shooting water everywhere. so they were concerned a little
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bit about their water supply. right now we still don't know the cause. everything is still under investigation. but we hope to learn more about it later in the day. from el sobrante, jackie ward, kpix 5. right now, president obama and world leaders are meeting for the second day of the u.n. summit on climate change. reporter don champion on the ambitious goals the president is pushing to better protect the environment. >> reporter: president obama wrapped up his two-day trip to paris by calling for urgency in addressing climate change. >> this is an economic an security imperative that we have to tackle now. >> reporter: during the summit, the president medical with leaders of the world's other top polluters. he is trying to get 147 countries to reduce carbon emissions enough to keep global warming below 3.6 degrees fahrenheit. that's the level some scientists believe would prevent natural disasters like floods and droughts. >> has to the goal.
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not just an agreement that helps the economies grow. >> reporter: heavy smog in bay joining today is a sign of the hard work still needed. it looks like nighttime in this video but it's the middle of the day in the city's business district. schools in the chinese capital were ordered to keep students indoors as two days record- breaking air pollution soared 35 times government regulated safety levels. don champion, cbs news. new this morning california set to release october conservation numbers during the drought. governor brown ordered mandatory statewide water cuts at 25% below 2013 levels. in september, california reduced water use by 26%. in september california reduced water use by 26% just above the governor's mandate. october numbers may not appear impressive but are exceeding the long-term goals. a dramatic rescue after a father and five children were standed in the frigid wilderness in el dorado county in the sierra. chp helicopter saved the family after they nearly slid down an
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icy embankment on sunday. they have been stranded in a truck for hours after getting lost north of highway 50. rescuers say the family was cold and hungry but otherwise okay. and very happy to see them. happy to be heading home. >> me to kidding. roberta, it's chilly. >> it is chilly but not quite as cold as yesterday. clouds are lingering from yesterday's weak impulse racing through the bay area. if you want a beautiful sunrise we have it for you right now. it's live. wow, you know, every, single day i post on our kpix 5 and kcbs facebook page a sun-up picture and it gets thousands and thousands of likes and numerous shares and it's because of this. we have had the most dramatic sunrises. officially it's at 7:05 this morning. but we are getting a glimpse of what's going to pan out to be a warmer day. right now we are in the 30s and 40s out the door. it is 36 degrees in santa rosa. later today, we'll finally inch our way back into the 60s. not so much at the seashore, in the 50s. but campbell at 60, morgan hill
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in the low 60s. also fremont and union city with partly sunny skies, 60 degrees. east of the bay we are settling into the 50s for the most part. 58 degrees in walnut creek, clayton, also in concord backing through hercules and pinole. 50s common to the north of the golden gate bridge. and 58 degrees cloverdale. mid-50s in clearlake. the full forecast is coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. liza, we'll be talking about a rainy thursday morning commute. >> it will be busy. good morning, everybody. we are going to talk about the 680 commute where it's already busy with this this accident in the southbound direction approaching north main. a two-car accident blocking the carpool lane. now our caltrans camera on the scene there is just beyond the accident so you don't see any of the traffic delays. but the sensors along 680 are picking up very heavy traffic from beyond 242 in concord. that's a hot spot as is highway 29 in the southbound direction and napa. just before tubbs lane is where a big rig overturned off to the right-hand shoulder. chp tells us that both directions of 29 remain open.
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but very heavy traffic especially in that southbound direction. the bay bridge toll plaza backed up starting in the 5:00 with an early-morning stall and accident. those delays continue with backups extending into the macarthur maze. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." now to michelle. all right, liza, thank you. an embarrassing costly accident for this yacht owner. the 40-foot boat got stuck on a seawall in the oakland estuary. the coast guard had to pull it to shore. the owner was steering out of the channeling and somehow landed on the wall. >> i want to stress the importance of staying in a navigable channel and following the charts. >> i'm not coming back to the oakland estuary for a long time. >> it could be in the repair yard for months and it could cost over $100,000. new this morning, we are learning more about the fatal crash of the airasia flight
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last year. investigators say it had a faulty rudder. the pilot tried to respond to the problem but it crashed into the ocean. the records show the plane had rudder problems 23 times in the year prior to the crash. 162 passengers on board were all killed. overnight, more of hillary clinton's emails were released and personal conversation with her daughter chelsea describing the benghazi attack as being led by an al qaeda-like group. clinton isn't letting it derail her on the campaign trail, though. she spoke to charlie rose about how she plans to defeat isis if she becomes "commander-in- chief." >> i think the best way to defy the isis is from the air, on the ground, which we enable, power, train, equip, and in cyberspace. >> clinton still leads the polls on the democratic side by a wide margin despite the email controversy. costco is facing its first lawsuit since an e. coli outbreak was linked to their
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chicken salad. a montana woman said she got sick after eating the chicken salad she bought from their location in bozeman. costco linked it to onions and celery supplied by a tracy farm. nationwide more than a dozen cases have been linked to the same chicken salad. thousands of dollars worth of exercise equipment has been stolen from a san francisco middle school. thieves took 26 mountain bikes from the visitacion valley middle school over the holiday weekend. they broke into a shed on the school property located at raymond avenue and stole $9,000 worth of bikes. but now a grocery store owner is stepping up to help replace every bike. it's a call for us to step up when things like this happen and be part of the community. that's what we do. you know? >> it's not just being a store and having a business. we like to be involved. >> school says the new bikes will help kids learn to ride during their physical education classes. the program also teaches rider
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safety and bike traffic laws. new this morning, concord police investigate a possible homicide after a man was found shot to death at hillcrest park. the body was found by a person walking to the park at around midnight. the male victim suffered from a gunshot wound. he was pronounced dead at the scene. time now is 6:39. a heartfelt plea from a bay area musician this morning after her replaceable instrument is stolen. >> if you have any money in your wallet left after black friday, small business saturday and cyber monday, charities are asking you to give a little bit back on this "giving tuesday." ,,,,
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across the bay area. parentedly sunny skies, 58. warmer in mountain view at 60. across the bay to fremont, partly sunny in mountain view. northeast breeze to 5 miles per hour in stinson beach. partly sunny 61 in santa rosa an hello windsor at 58 degrees. december kicking off with some very strong economic news. >> a record-setting cyber monday and a good month for november auto sales. here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. a lot of very unproductive people at work on monday. that was expected with cyber monday and adobe says online sales were up 12% to a shade under $3 billion yesterday. although com scorsese that the level will probably be breached at that $3 billion mark which would be a record. heavy sales across the board, target reporting doubling its traffic on online sales, walmart also doing well.
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and brick and mortar stores also did well despite the focus on, online shopping monday as adobe said that their sales were up by 18% compared to a year earlier. auto sales were up big time in november. thinks that a lot of those deals on black friday could push it to a record level of sales in the u.s. fiat chrysler saw strong sales led by jeep. ford f pickups were a main seller. all other companies are reporting sales throughout the day. stock market off to a good start this morning. so far, dow up by almost 130 points. nasdaq up by 30. and the s&p is gaining 15. frank and michelle, back to you. >> we like your numbers, okay, thank you, jason brooks from kcbs news. parent a popular learning
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toy could compromise your privacy when an app was breached. kids names, birthdays and addresses were accessed and photos. parents, keep a close eye on what your children put on the app. police records show the suspect in a deadly attack at a colorado springs the planned parenthood clinic was runs arrested for sexual assault. in 1992 a woman caused robert lewis dear of assaulting her putting a knife to her neck. a woman at the clinic with her daughter described the terrifying moments when the gunfire started and they were separated. >> were you afraid were you going to be killed? >> i don't know, to tell you the truth. all i wanted was my daughter. >> three people were killed in the shooting including an officer. dear is facing first-degree murder charges. new york is the first city in the u.s. to add high sodium warnings to menus. the saltshaker signs are being unveiled today at all fast food and sitdown restaurants. health officials warn that too much salt elevates risk of
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heart attack and stroke. restaurants are expected to comply with the rules starting today. but the city won't start fine them until march 1. 'tis the season of giving and for the next 24 hours you're encouraged to give in any way that you can. >> that's right. today is "giving tuesday." it's an online campaign to encourage charitable giving around the world. kpix 5's keit do is live in milpitas with the different ways to give and it's not all about money. >> reporter: right. absolutely. we are live here at home first of santa clara county. located in milpitas and they are scheduled to get a donation of several thousand pairs of socks today from save mart. this is the day where charities want you to think about giving a little back on the first tuesday of the december. city impact in san francisco's tenderloin will raise money on "giving tuesday" for several programs. for example, it would fund 10,000 christmas meals for the homeless. it will reach more people at its health clinic. >> we need the community outside the tenderloin to come together and give. >> reporter: the mission says december giving makes up 40% of
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the year's donation. >> we want to tap into those people who are looking for an outlet to give. >> reporter: henry kim started "giving tuesday" three years ago at the y in new york. >> all over the country people started to bring their own ideas to "giving tuesday" and started to grow it. >> on "giving tuesday," everyone can be generous -- >> reporter: the social media movement has 40,000 global partners and has so far raised more than $86 million. >> you're thankful, you give back. it's a much nicer thing to do than go shopping all day. >> reporter: in the bay area, habitat for humanity hopes to raise $15,000 for home construction. the east oakland youth development center seeks $10,000 to buy 10 apple computers for low income kids. >> and in sausalito, joe salesky plans to give away one billion free ebooks at and get free 50-story books. >> we want more time for reading with children. >> reporter: he is the ceo of an open digital platform where people can share books and
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games side by side or by video call. and if you think this is just a fad, think again. last year, "giving tuesday" raked in $46 million in one single 24-hour period. that is a 63% increase over the previous year. live in milpitas, kiet do, kpix 5. and liza is keeping an eye on a trouble spot on 880. >> it's a five car accident we have been watching in san leandro. good morning, everybody. on this tuesday, watch out for delays southbound 880 just beyond davis where a five-car accident is blocking two southbound lan of the nimitz. traffic is backed up into oakland. the delays continue beyond the accident scene as you maker way towards the san mateo bridge turnoff. be prepared for more brake lights there where westbound 92 is now jammed up from 880 approaching the san mateo bridge toll plaza. traffic is inching along all the way across the span bound for foster city.
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we just checked in with the chp. no stalls or accidents for the san mateo bridge. just a lot of folks making this commute. a 23-minute drive time between hayward and foster city. meantime, the rest of the drive, 680 in walnut creek southbound traffic is going to be slow just beyond this picture is where this accident happened causing a backup from 242 in concord. bay bridge toll plaza those delays began early. in fact, the metering lights were switched on at 5:15 this morning following a stall and an accident. now all the problems have been cleared out from the bridge but the delays at the toll plaza still extend into the macarthur maze with a 36-minute drive time between the carquinez bridge and the maze. so bay bridge san mateo bridge is going to be slow as with north 101 in san jose. it's backed up now from cochran approaching tully road exit, northbound 87 very heavy from 85 because of earlier problems. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." now to roberta. i have been noticing that when it's extremely cold or frigid or freezing that i do not have as many weather watchers checking in because
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you don't want to get out of bed! they don't want to have the comfort of that down blanket ripped from them. but we have some reporting this morning. temperatures just above freezing according to linda mathers. good morning, george hughes in san francisco. partly cloudy conditions and 46. sure enough, we have some lingering clouds over the city by the bay. those clouds all associated with yesterday's weak impulse that raced through the bay area. dumping anything from a trace to .13-inch of rain. we are in the 30s in san jose. 45 in oakland. a few lingering clouds this morning. it's going to be warmer today than it has been in so many days. we are inching our way back into the low 60s and then we are tracking a brand-new storm. it is a cold front. it will be the first storm of the month of december. and here you can see the leading edge of the clouds with
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some light precipitation banging up against the northwestern quadrant of the state of california. futurecast, the timing could be off but this is what we are crunching our data together and forecasting as of right now. mostly cloudy wednesday. that's the leading edge of the cold front bringing precipitation to the north bay by the morning commute. quickly sagging to the south into the santa clara valley affecting your thursday morning commute with rain and very gusty winds. by mid morning on friday, we could see inch of rain in the north reasoning of the bay area. 12 degrees right now in truckee going up to 39. cloudy wednesday, rain wind thursday. dry conditions friday, saturday. and maybe a chance of some rain showers sunday late.
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homeowners are cutting the cord on land lines according to a new record by the centers for disease control and prevention. half of american households use only cell phones and only 8% have only land lines. 42% of homes have both compared to 10 years ago when only 3% of u.s. households used cell phones. a sunnyvale valinist is pleading -- violinist is pleading with thieves to return her stolen violin. erica bonanno had her 200-year- old violin stolen from a car in san francisco while she was at college. the antique instrument is thought to be worth around $20,000. she says her violin is a one-of- a-kind musical instrument. >> really, really just want my violin back. i --it's something that i have always thought that i would pass down to my children as i said. it's something that is really important. it's a member of this family. >> family is offering a $1,000 reward for the safe return of the violin. no questions asked.
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a bay area clerk rushed to the hospital after being shot in a robbery overnight. >> new details on the early- morning fire in el sobrante afternoon the break we'll tell you what caused this apartment fire after the break. ,,,, pg&e is committed to clean energy and part of that commitment is our partnership with habitat for humanity.
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it's gotten squarer. over the years. brighter. bigger. it's gotten thinner. even curvier. but what's next? for all binge watchers. movie geeks. sports freaks.
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that's a fact. but this whole "blondes have more fun" thing... ♪ standing by for fun. ♪ the sidelines of climate tas in paris. t five things to know at the :55. president obama met with the president of turkey today on the sidelines of climate talks in paris. the two leader addressed turbotax's shooting down a russian warplane over syria. on the climate front president obama is urging other top polluters to sign a packet to reduce carbon emissions. the state department released the largest batch of emails from hillary clinton's private email server just as the democratic front-runner received a major endorsement from 13 female senators. gop front-runner donald trump meanwhile met with a large
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group of black pastors yesterday. he called it inspiring and unbelievable. jury selection continues today in the trial of a first of six officers charged in the death of freddie gray. demonstrators are gathered in baltimore calling for justice. the cops faces charges in the death. a man suspected of killing his girlfriend is in custody. anthony kirincic was arrested on massachusetts avenue last night. police say he stabbed 34-year- old colleen straw to death saturday. police are looking for a robber who shot a clerk at 7- eleven in antioch around midnight it the store in the 4900 block of lone tree way. the clerk was in surgery this morning but no other information is available. i'm jackie ward in el sobrante, where we now know the cause of what sparked a two- alarm apartment fire this morning. fire marshals told us that a stove to be burner was left on
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in the kitchen for several hours in fact i woman who lives in the apartment didn't even know the last time that she had used that burner. this fire displaced several families. the three people lived in the apartment unit where the fire started. five people lives in the unit below that. we saw people in blankets, one woman with an oxygen mask, everyone scared about what happened. the fire marshal explains what the scene looked like when they arrived. >> [ indiscernible >> i just thank god she woke me up and i got my daughter out there and my husband out we just got out. >> reporter: the fire marshal tells us that flames were going through the roof by the time they got here and damage is very extensive in the apartment building. and they also had a water supply issues because just a half mile from the scene where we are now a hydrant had been sheared causing water to go all over the place.
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so certainly a busy morning here for crews. in el sobrante jackie ward, kpix 5. it's also been a busy commute in san jose where there are a pair of accidents now northbound 85 first one union avenue second one saratoga avenue in saratoga leading to a long compute there and a five- car pile-up in san leandro. still out there. 880 southbound just before davis so with those two lanes shut down traffic is backed up from beyond hegenberger. it's also extremely slow for the san mateo bridge commute. and backups at the bay bridge into the maze. roberta. mount vaca is the high point of solano county so we can give you sunrises that look like this. wow! that is glorious! 34 degrees in santa rosa. mid-30s in livermore an concord. otherwise into the 40s. later today it will be slightly warmer than yesterday. we are inching our way back into the low 60s. partly sunny skies. here you have your extended forecast where we do have rain and wind arriving on thursday. we are expecting about an inch
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of rain. >> thank you for watching. captions by: caption colorado good morning to our viewers in the west. it is tuesday, december 1st, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." the first major snowstorm of the season slams the midwest. white house conditions cause hundreds of crashes. only on "cbs this morning," hillary clinton outlines her plan to destroy isis and defends her relationship with wall street. and a cyber attack on a popular toy maker exposes photos and private conversations between parents and their kids. are you at risk? first, this morning's "eye opener." your world in 90


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