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]♪ >> reporter: donald trump's camp is demanding a retraction and threatening legal action after a "new york times" report claims the republican nominee groped and kissed two women decades ago. in it, rachel crooks, then a 22- year-old receptionist for a company located in trump tower, claims the billionaire kissed her on the cheeks and mouthed jessica leeds says trump touched her under her skirt as she sat next to him on a flight 30 years ago. >> he was like octopus. he was all over the place. >> reporter: more troubling still, this 1992 "entertainment tonight" video in which trump could allegedly be heard making questionable comments about a young girl. >> i'm going to be dating her in 10 years. >> reporter: hillary clinton's campaign seized on the "new york times" report. >> you know, this latest incident about, you know, how he treats women, he -- he's doubled down. >> reporter: yesterday wikileaks posted more damaging emails that came from the
hacked account of clinton campaign chairman john podesta. the clinton campaign says russia instigated the hack to benefit trump. brian webb for cbs news. >> and the list is growing for the number of women accusing trump of inappropriate behavior. now some former miss u.s.a. contestants say trump made them uncomfortable during a pageant in 2001 when he allegedly walked into their dressing room. >> to have the owner come waltzing in when we're naked or half naked in a very physically vulnerable position and then to have the pressure of the, um, you know, the -- the people that work for him telling -- telling us to go fawn all over him, go walk up to him, talk to him, get his attention. >> trump owned the miss universe organization during that time. he sold it last year. these accusations come days after the "washington post" released a 2005 hot mic recording of trump making comments about women. >> an "associated press" reporter based here in the bay
area indirectly led to the release of that recording. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in the newsroom with that part of the story. >> reporter: her name is garance burke. she is a reporter for the "associated press" here in san francisco. she interviewed over 20 people about their interrer a actions with donald trump on his hit show "the apprentice." she says cast and crew told her trump's behavior toward women made them uncomfortable. producers of the show "access hollywood" read burke's story and went searching for the archive video. >> talking about women contestants who he might want to sleep with even when he was married to his wife melania. um, ranking contestants by the size of their breasts, and also his apparent interest in one of the camera women onset. apparently he would talk about her body, discuss how beautiful she was, and compare her beauty to that of his daughter ivanka. >> reporter: the trump tapes sent media outlets into a
frenzy looking for more evidence of impropriety and burke believes that more recordings will be released before election day. anne makovec, kpix 5. >> if there are more tapes specifically from the "the apprentice," why aren't they being released? >> mgm owns the show and they won't unilaterally release any unaired archive materials because of confidentiality, artists rights and contractual rights. we'll see. >> thank you. hillary clinton is campaigning in san francisco today. she is holding a lunch at bill graham auditorium. tickets are $5,000. there are still tickets available. just heads up if you are going to be in the area, there will be extra traffic and security. time now 6:03. it's been a busy traffic morning. we have a few traffic alerts.
>> roqui? >> yeah. thank you, michelle. it is 6:03. and the roads are not looking good at all. let's start with the chp traffic alert this morning. southbound 101 before brokaw there overturned big rig is out there causing some delays here. traffic moving at just about 50 miles per hour. and we'll have some live footage of that for you coming up in the next report, as well. a pretty crazy scene. let's move to the next traffic alert. here it is at westbound 80 at northbound 101 connector. this unfortunately is a car versus a pedestrian. we do have chp and crews on scene trying to investigate the situation. traffic moving at about 40 miles per hour. so definitely slow along the bay bridge into the maze. and here's a look at that very slow-moving traffic here. the maze to downtown westbound right now will take you a heavy 20 minutes. let's move over to the altamont pass. traffic coming off 205 in tracy at just 18 miles per hour. very slow conditions into north
flynn road until you can breathe in livermore but then again here's the slow traffic along the dublin interchange. altamont pass to 680 will take a slow 15 to 20 minutes. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. we are tracking the leading edge of the approaching storm system right now over the northern portion of the state. most of us will stay dry for most of the day today. the north bay will see showers before too long over the next few hours. there's rain just north of the viewing area. so most of us today increasing clouds, mild temperatures definitely cooler than average. out the door in the mid-50s. 49 in santa rosa. later today as i mentioned we are staying cool once again. similar to what we saw yesterday and the day before topping out only in the low to mid-70s inland. 60s at the coast.
the big weather story is the rain. i paused futurecast at 3:00 when we start to see scattered showers an unsettled weather for the north bay ahead of the approaching front. now, the models are slowing down the timing of this front just a bit. so now it looks like 6 a.m. is where futurecast is painting this front passing through santa rosa, heading towards san francisco and the east bay. it does move through during the morning commuting hours exactly when we're still going to have to wait to see. but in the meantime, we do know it should be a very impressive storm system in terms of rainfall totals. we are looking at upwards of 3 to 5 inches over a series of days so the first system comes through tomorrow another or saturday with lingering showers through sunday and monday. could see some spots in the south bay up to an inch of rain there. of course many folks will see far less than that. but we are hoping to get some significant rainfall totals and this is actually not very common to see a significant system this early in the season. take a look. chief meteorologist paul deanno
went back and looked at some old numbers last night. put this together for us. as you can see, the last time, december 10, 2015, we saw our first good soaker. in 2014 it was november 20. same in 2013. so to see it this early in october is hopefully a good sign of things to come regarding the drought. we'll time out the next couple systems coming up in your full forecast. people in bermuda are bracing for hurricane nicole now. forecasters say that the storm could hit the island as a cat-4 later today. the national hurricane center says that the area could get hit with winds up to 130 miles an hour. take a look at this video from the international space station last night. you can see how widespread the storm is. experts say that this could be the strongest hurricane to ever
hit bermuda. new details about two officers shot last night in boston. authorities say they are in extremely critical condition. they were reportedly shot by a man with an assault rifle who was dressed in body armor. it happened when they were responding to a domestic disturbance call. >> we heard officers screaming on the radio, um, um, 303, which signifies shots fired and an officer, um, down. >> investigators say the gunman was shot and killed by other officers on the scene. they are looking into a motive. a powerful bay area ceo just resigned for running a bank that defrauded its customers of millions of dollars. kpix 5's maria medina is live in campbell with why wells fargo's big boss is far from walking away with nothing. maria. >> reporter: good morning, kenny. yeah, many are outraged by this. john stumpf may not get a severance package but he still is walking away with $137 million in wells fargo stocks.
now this all started last month when the bank was fined millions of dollars for creating fake bank accounts in their customers' names so that the bank could collect fees and inflate its sales figures. yesterday john stumpf announced he was resigning after the ceo was grilled by congressional leaders last month. >> have you returned one nickel of the money you earned while this scam was going on? >> and the -- and the board will do -- >> i will take that as a no, then. >> we want those officers and directors who allowed this to happen to stand up and say, you know what? i made a mistake. here's my bonus back. >> reporter: we also want to mention that thousands of employees were fired because they were involved in this bank account scandal but they say they did it because they were pressured to by the bank. now wells fargo is being sued left and right and many are demanding that the ceo john stumpf give up everything he made during that time.
live in campbell, maria medina, kpix 5. >> maria, did the ceo give up any financial gains before resigning? >> reporter: yes. he made more than $19 million last year. he did give up most of it including his bonus and $41 million in stock awards. back to you. an air strike hit the biggest markets on the rebel- held side of the syrian city of aleppo. at least 15 people were killed in yesterday's attack. that part of the city has been the target of a russian-backed syrian offensive since the collapse of a cease-fire last month. later this morning, crews are expected to pull a capsized boat from the san francisco bay. we are told dive crews will work to pull it to the surface around 10 a.m. more than 30 people ended up in the water when the boat sank off pier 45 last weekend. a few of them were rushed to the hospital but everyone is okay. police believe the boat flipped because too many people were on board. the nevada state assembly
could vote as soon as today on a financing plan to help build a domed football stadium for the raiders in las vegas. the state senate already approved the proposal. the stadium for the raiders and unlv football would be partly financed by an extra hotel tax in clark county. governor brian sandoval has indicated he would sign it. a raiders move out of oakland would still need approval, however, from the nfl. the san jose sharks are off to a good start beating the los angeles kings in the home opener last night. >> the puck, they score! brent burns comes from out of nowhere! >> he scored a goal in the third period to help san jose win. final score 2-1. the next game is saturday against the bluejackets in columbus. and you can watch thursday night football right here on kpix 5 tonight. the san diego chargers are
hosting the denver broncos. kickoff at 5:25. we'll be airing a special edition of kpix 5 news at 4:00. time now is 6:11. still ahead, the grim reaper is hitting the streets but not meant to be scary. >> oh, no. no. no. no. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] >> are you flirting with me? >> okay. how he is using humor to get a certain message cross. >> and researchers in the bay area are tracking a seal right now. we'll tell you how she is breaking some records. >> and we are tracking rain on hi-def doppler already seeing some rainfall in the northern portion of the state. it will be heading our way. we are timing it out for you coming up. >> and here's a live look at slow traffic on the san mateo bridge but an even worse situation on the bay bridge. more coming up. closed captioni ng for this newscast is sponsored by "living spaces furniture." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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to discourage the distractions. actors dressed as the grim reaper urged pedestrians to, quote, look alive and instead of staring at phones. they also shout things you text you're next, your you tweet you're be flat on the street. >> as downtown pittsburgh becomes more crowded, people are biking in downtown, more pedestrians, we all need to be aware. >> good point. the look alive project sends you push notification if you are using your phone in busy areas, says look right, left, and sends you to the campaign's website. >> definitely dangerous. i was walking through the city of my husband's last night and had to get an email. can you guide the way? i was following his back to make sure -- >> you trusted him? >> i'm on the morning show for a few days so i'm a little sleep deprived. my judgment. >> you never know what you walk into. roqui's traffic set?
[ laughter ] >> her shot? >> maybe. i don't know. but there's some times where people have fallen into sinkholes -- because they were texting and walking. >> falling into a fountain. in traffic, starting with this traffic alert in san jose. southbound 101 an overturned big rig on southbound 101 before brokaw. this is an injury crash that's blocking two right lanes. your alternate is highway 87. not many delays just some looky- loos looking over at the visuals as they drive by. let's move to a closer look here traffic moving at about 56, 60 miles an hour. southbound 101 not bad. there's an overturned big rig traffic alert. westbound 80 at northbound 101 connector, car and pedestrian.
definitely a serious injury crash here traffic at 40 miles per hour. slow along the bay bridge packing traffic up into the maze. here's a live look at that. the maze to downtown westbound will take you a heavy 25 minutes. so pretty bad conditions throughout the area right now. moving over to mass transit if you want to avoid all that, we have no delays to report. julie, i'll send it to you for the rain. >> thank you, roqui. we are tracking rain on hi-def doppler this morning. right now, it is north of us but it will be moving south throughout the day today. folks in the north bay should see it by the evening commute starting to see some of those showers ahead of the front. the heaviest rain will come later tonight and overnight into the early-morning hours. right now, temperatures are in the 40s every 50s. 49 in livermore. 53 san jose. 49 santa rosa. 56 in concord. the big story for us today ahead of the storm increasing cloud cover for most of us. but rain and wind for the friday morning commute. and then unsettled weather through the weekend. it's not until really tuesday
we start to dry out. here's a look at this first fall storm bringing with it rain and wind. tapping into tropical moisture and we have got plenty of that moisture associated with this system. an impressive moisture plume heading inland into the pacific northwest and northern portion of the state. futurecast times it out for us here locally. starting around 6:00 this evening, we start to see some of those showers ahead of the front up north, north to santa rosa, portions of the north bay. they spread south overnight. now, the models are slowing the progression of the system down a little bit sow now we are looking at about 5:00 tomorrow morning where the heaviest rain, the front comes through with the highest winds for the north bay. and then slowly making its way into the rest of the bay area. so right now it looks like the heaviest rainfall may be closer to the second half of the morning commute. which may or may not be good depending on whether or not the timing holds. the showers spread south to the south bay for the second half of the day so we remain unsettled through the day friday and saturday.
the next round of rain saturday night into sunday morning. and then unsettled through sunday. high surf advisory and flood advisory tomorrow. likely going to see roadway ponding and localized flooding in low-lying areas. temperatures ahead of the storm, temperatures similar to the last couple of days low 70s for the warmest spots inland. 60s at the coast and the bay. tomorrow is the soaker and then we see unsettled weather continuing saturday into sunday. next week above average temperatures by midweek. thank you. an elephant seal is making waves all because of her commute. santa cruz researchers put a tracking device on the seal named phyllis only to discover she is going the extra mile. many miles. here she is. that thing on her head is a gps
showing the eight-month migration, they typically swim about 2,000 miles. but phyllis has already gone 3700 miles. researchers guess that by the time she gets home in january she will have completed a 7400- mile adventure. ♪[ music ] i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the sharks pursuit of the stanley cup began last night at the tank. we can't tell you what joe thornton did during the summer but we know it did not involve a razor. the story coming up. ,,
defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all... support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. good morning. a quick summer for the sharks who dropped the puck on their new season four months to the day after losing to the penguins in the stanley cup finals. first western conference championship banner went up at the tank last night. they hosted the kings, who had a 1-0 lead first period but
then logan couture off the post scored his third straight game dating back to the finals. same scored third period, the sharks win 2-1. their 7th straight win on opening night. it is no secret that patriots quarterback tom brady is a big fan of donald trump. when it came to trump's comments about locker room talk, brady had this response. >> how would you respond if your kids heard donald trump's version of locker room talk? >> thank you, guys. have a good day. >> now, while brady punted on the topics, warriors coach steve kerr was all about it. >> trump's offering us lots of opportunities to have fun with our video sessions so we have been taking advantage of that. >> i have said some foolish things. >> we had, um, famous presidential quotes yesterday. um, you can figure out where it went from there. >> she has to go to jail! >> i just reminded everybody to register to vote.
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straight day in the crucial state of florida. he continues to push back against new claims of past inappropriate behavior against women. his campaign demands a retraction and threatening legal action now after "new york times" report claims that he groped and kissed two women decades ago. >> he was like an octopus. he was all over the place. >> also, newly released a 1992 "entertainment tonight" video in which trump could allegedly be heard making questionable comments about a young girl. >> controversy over trump's behavior toward women exploded last weekend. that's when a 2005 hot mic recording was released. trump could be heard boasting about groping women and attempting to have sex with them. kpix 5's anne makovec joins us live from the newsroom on how a san francisco reporter was involved in the release of the recording. >> reporter: her name is garance burke. she is a reporter for the "associated press" based in san francisco. she interviewed over 20 people
about their interactions with donald trump on his former hit show "the apprentice." she says cast and crew members told her that trump frequently used lewd, demeaning and sexist language while onset and pointed out which contestants he would like to have sex with. after reading burke's articles, producers of the show "access hollywood" read burke's story and went hunting for archive video. >> it's been very gratifying to see that this not only sparked colleagues at "access hollywood" to take action and go back into their own footage but, um, you know, has generated so much interest in the topic. >> in the meantime, public pressure continues to mount from former contestants, democrats and attorney gloria allred for someone to release whatever raw footage might exist from 14 seasons of programming. now, mgm owns the reality tv show and yesterday executives said they will not release any unaired archived material because of contractual objections. in the newsroom, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> it sounds like that fight isn't over.
>> no. there is a petition right now posted on moveon.org by the women's group ultraviolet calling for the footage to be disclosed and it has about 200,000 signatures. there's also a legal fund being set up to cover the legal fees of anybody willing to leak more tapes. >> thank you. an average of polls nationwide shows trump behind clinton by 6 points. this could give you ail little perspective into which way voters are going. a group called 538 did some research and put together a map of what the election would look like if only men and women voted next month. [ sic ] trump would win in a landslide if only men voted. here's the map of only women voting. basically the opposite. clinton would win by even more. time now is 6:33. let's get a check of weather with julie who is in for roberta today. >> we are tracking this storm and it's still well north of us but i think we'll start to see a few showers in the north bay right around the evening
commute time and then the real rain heads through overnight tonight. i will say this. the models are slowing down the progression of the system so it may take longer for many of us to see the heaviest rainfall. let's check hi-def doppler radar where you can see showers again right along the northern california oregon border. we are seeing more impressive rain farther north a significant moisture plume associated with this system. here's a look at the bay bridge this morning. you can see gray skies increasing cloud cover. 56 in san francisco. 53 san jose. 49 right now in santa rosa. high temperatures today do stay cool once again. we are in the low to mid-70s for the warmest spots inland. low 60s along the coast and then upper 60s to near 70 around the bay today. temperatures are not our weather headlines. that is rain. and as you can see futurecast we time it out around 4:00 this afternoon, we start to see a few scattered showers just kind
of unsettled increasing cloud cover up north, north of santa rosa. it moves into our neck of the woods overnight into tomorrow morning. the timing has slowed down a bit. here we are friday at 6 a.m. we still see the front north of san francisco the heaviest rains and the highest winds associated with the front. the front continues to pass through during the morning commute and we'll see some pretty impressive rainfall not only from that but another system moving through this weekend keeping conditions unsettled by the end of the weekend we could see anywhere from three to five inches for some spots in the north bay. up to an inch for some spots in the south bay not everyone going to see that rain and we'll time it out for you. the second system and beyond coming up in a bit but first here's a check of the roads with roqui. >> thank you. we have a traffic alert in san jose at 101 and that's the southbound side before brokaw. this overturned big rig still blocking two right lanes. we can see it right there. crews are trying to work on that and get it cleared for you
so it's not causing any delays though. cars are moving by pretty quickly but the alternate if you want to avoid it is highway 87. that's the guadalupe parkway. better look traffic at 40 miles per hour so like i said not too heavily delayed. moving on to the bay bridge, westbound 80 this was a traffic alert it is now canceled at northbound 101 connector. it was a car versus a pedestrian crash. causing major delays. traffic is backed up all the way into the maze. here's a look at the toll plaza. the maze to downtown right now will take you a heavy 30 minutes and that backup at the toll plaza is beyond the maze into 580 so heavy into downtown san francisco. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. the man accused of carrying out bombings in new york and new jersey will be arraigned from his hospital bed today. ahmed khan rahami was hurt during a shootout with police when they captured him last month. investigators believe that he built and set off bombs in
manhattan and new jersey. the 28-year-old is charged with several counts of attempted murder. the wells fargo ceo is now the of a job. john stumpf just announced he is resigning after making money off a fake bank account. maria medina is live in campbell with why some say he should do more than just step down. maria. john stumpf may not get a severance package but he still is walking away with $137 million in wells fargo stocks. now this all started last month when the bank was fined millions of dollars for creating fake bank accounts in their customers' names so that the bank could collect fees and inflate its sales figures. yesterday john stumpf announced he was resigning after the ceo was grilled by congressional leaders last month. >> did wells fargo employees steals from two million of their customers, yes or no?
>> in some cases, they did. >> over two million accounts were opened fraudulently. >> reporter: thousands of employees involved in the bank account scandal were fired but they say they did it because they were pressured to by the bank. now wells fargo is being sued left and right and many are demanding that the ceo john stumpf give up everything he made during that time. live in campbell, maria medina, kpix 5. today an event is planned to help homeless in contra costa county to resources and service they need. the annual event will provide food, medical and dental care as well as haircuts and many other services to more than 1,000 people. it will be held at the contra costa county fairgrounds on west 10th street in antioch from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. all services are free. taxpayer money isn't supposed to pay the bills at levi's stadium. but it may have been used to
cover some police and firefighting staffing at 49ers games. this is in violation of voter- approved measure j, which was designed to prevent taxpayer money from going to pay for levi's stadium operating costs. the city of santa clara is now waiting on the 49ers stadium management company to meet with an audit team and hand over requested financial data and budgets. this would allow the auditor to figure out just how much levi's stadium owes the city. >> it's frustrating because i have been told at least for a year that we have been using general fund money to operate the stadium. which is against our measure j and it's against the law. >> the auditor expects to know just how much money of the city's general fund money was spent in december when they present their draft report. the season is over but we'll get to talk about the giants a little bit longer. the team is hosting their annual end of the season news conference today. it's scheduled for 11 a.m. some significant pieces of baseball history are on display in san francisco for the next
few days, as well. christie's is showcasing the artifacts at this gallery. the items involve players from the past including willie mays and joe dimaggio. according to a new study, two of america's greenest cities are right here in the bay area. wallet hub analyzed several factors that make a city environmentally friendly. that includes greenhouse gas emissions per capita and a number of smart energy initiatives. at the top of the list, san francisco. number 2 is honolulu and number 3 is san jose. light will be shining in oakland tonight. the fifth annual autumn lights kicks off tonight at lake merritt and we got a sneak peek at the event last night. more than 100 artists lit up the lake. the festival benefits the friends of the gardens of lake merritt. we talked to the woman who put the whole thing together. and she says, this year is better than ever. >> you're going to see some of
the most fantastic artists from the bay area. they are just fantastic. they come out and do things that will blow your mind. >> it opens at 6 p.m. and runs through saturday. ♪[ music ] 6:41. still ahead a drone inside your body? we'll tell you why one scientist thinks it could help fight cancer. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. taking a look at the big board, the dow is down about 131 points. coming up, we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. ,, ,,,,,,,, ,,
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charlie rose joins good morning time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." charlie rose joins us now from new york. good morning, charlie. >> good morning, michelle. donald trump is fending off allegations of sexual assault. a front page story in the "new york times" focuses on new
accounts from two women. the reporters behind the story will be here in studio 57. plus, this. only on "cbs this morning," gayle talks with the widow of keith lamont scott. what she saw when police shot her husband. and jan crawford finds out what it takes to be named one of the best restaurants in the world by the michelin guide. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> where is that restaurant? >> we do want to go! >> we love good food. >> yes. of course. especially here in the bay area. all right. charlie, we'll see you at 7:00 . thanks. time now 6:45. the fallout continues from the scandal at san francisco-based wells fargo bank. here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. wall street has not been happy at all with the big abusive sales scandal at wells fargo. its stock taking a hit from that. now ceo john stumpf has immediately resigned. tim sloan the president will
take over. shares in wells fargo moving lower this morning by 1% on that news. stumpf could get up to $137 million. the board is still investigating, could get back more of that money. they already forced him to forfeit over $41 million in compensation, the third biggest clawback in history. initial jobless claims stayed steady this week according to the labor department. right at 246,000. that remains at a 43-year low. but that's doing nothing for wall street. news that chinese exports took a big dive in september, weighing on global markets. that includes wall street. a sell-off under way this morning. let's go to the big board and see how we're doing so far. not very pretty. dow down about 140 points. nasdaq down by 40. the s&p is down 18. michelle and kenny, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. it is 6:46. it's been a busy morning on the
roads. >> it really has been. if this is any indication of tomorrow, we are in for some trouble tomorrow when that rain hits. let's take a look at this traffic alert in san jose. this is issued since 4:20 this morning. it's now 6:47. and yesterday we had an overturned big rig that took 7 hours to clear so hopefully this overturned big rig at brokaw doesn't take that long. it's blocking two right lanes and if you want to avoid it at all it's not causing many delays but if you want to avoid it, you can take the highway 87 and that's the guadalupe parkway. let's move to westbound 80 -- excuse me, rather, the san mateo bridge. we have slow traffic conditions heading into the peninsula from hayward. 880 to 101 westbound is going to take you almost an hour. 57 minutes to be exact. this is due to an earlier crash that was just beyond the toll plaza there. now moving over to the bay bridge now westbound 80 at northbound 101 connector we did have an earlier crash. but still causing some residual
delays all the way across the span of the bridge on to the toll plaza here and that toll plaza traffic is backed up well beyond the maze on to interstate 580. the maze to downtown right now will take you a heavy 30 minutes. now moving over to the altamont pass, it's still slow here as well off 205 at just 14 miles per hour into north flynn road where it's still slow into the dublin interchange. but that's a look at your traffic. i hope you have some better news over there. >> um, well, we still have rain on the horizon and that's really good news when we're talking about totals for the year trying to etch away at that drought. rain moving into the northern portion of the state seeing plenty of it in the pacific northwest. this will all head south and impact us by this time tomorrow. right now clouds are the story. we are seeing increasing cloud cover today temperatures this morning in the 50s for many. 48 though livermore. 49 in santa rosa at this hour.
sunrise today 7:17. sunset 6:34. and by sunset we'll likely see showers for portions of the north bay. the heaviest rain though now looks like it may be slowing down a bit. the weather models are slowing it down. we'll show you that in a bit. first here's the storm system that's bringing with it the rain and the winds that will be here for the next few days. we time it out with futurecast starting off around 7:00 tonight. we notice that light showers definitely increased cloud cover for portions of the north bay. the front still north of us. now the models indicating that front moves through the north bay around 6:00 friday morning. so tomorrow morning for the beginning of the commute and south by the end of the commute. so if this holds off any more it might be good news for the commute the bulk of the commute out of the way before we see the heaviest rain and wind through the central san francisco bay area. rain continues and we'll stay unsettled through the day on friday. by the afternoon hours though the heaviest rainfall should have passed through the south bay and then just scattered showers unsettled weather
saturday. by saturday night, though, the next round of rain moves in. and that continues into sunday. and then we stay unsettled through sunday. tomorrow, however, high surf and flood advisories in effect coastal flooding possible. also likely going to see possibility of some ponding on the roads flooded roads, high temperatures today in the meantime are on the cool side low 70s for the warmest spots inland. 60s by the bay and the coast. again heaviest rain friday. the extended forecast shows unsettled saturday, sunday, monday and then high pressure builds in and sunshine by midweek next week. back to you. >> thank you. you have heard of swallowing a pill but how about swallowing a drone? >> yeah. that's what engineers in pennsylvania are working on right now. it could be the future of medicine. here's how it works. they say a tiny drone is ingested and that it can swim around your bloodstream in your bloodstream. the technology would provide precise bioimaging and could deliver drug doses to specific things like cancer or tumors.
>> sometimes you need to deliver the drugs to some specific target, not the entire body. so basically, this drone can carry it and then only the releasing the target area. >> the device is directed by sound waves and will eventually be biodegradable. the drone measures about a millimeter and is the width of a hair. a reporter based here in the bay area is giving voice to new accusations of lewd comments during tapings of donald trump's former show "the apprentice." we'll hear from her next. the san diego chargers are >> don't forget you can watch thursday night football right here on kpix 5 tonight. the san diego chargers hosting the denver broncos. kickoff at 5:25 p.m.
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boston assault rifle. ive things to know at the :55. authorities say a man who was wearing body armor shot two boston police officers with an assault rifle. it happened late last night when they responded to a domestic disturbance call. the officers are are in critical condition. the man accused of carrying out a series of bombings in new york and new jersey last month is set to be arraigned from his hospital bed today. ahmed khan rahami was hurt in a shootout with police when he was captured last month. authorities are still investigating if he had help with the attacks. bermuda could get hit with its hardest storm ever. later today, forecasters say hurricane nicole could hit the island as a category 4 storm. it could see winds up to 130 miles per hour. john stumpf is no longer the ceo of wells fargo. he resigned. he won't get any severance and will forfeit $41 million in stock options. federal regulators say wells
fargo employees opened fake bank and credit card accounts. the company's president timothy sloan is stepping in as ceo. donald trump wants the "new york times" to retract a bombshell report claiming he inappropriately touched two women in the past. the article published yesterday came out on the same day another video surfaced where trump is heard making questionable comments about a ten-year-old girl. i'm anne makovec live in the newsroom. an ap reporter based in san francisco indirectly led to the release of that 2005 recording of donald trump making degrading comments about women. garance burke a reporter for the "associated press" in san francisco and she interviewed over 20 people about their interactions with donald trump on his former show the apprentice. she says trump's behavior toward women made them uncomfortable. she says cast and crew members trump's behavior toward women made them uncomfortable. >> talking about women contestants who he might want to have sex with when he was married, ranking contestants by the size of their breasts, and also his apparent interest in one of the camera women on the set, discuss her beautiful she
was and compare her beauty to that of his daughter ivanka. >> the trump tapes sent media -- >> reporter: producers of the show "access hollywood" read the story and went searching for the archived video. mgm owns the reality tv show and says it can't release archived material because of contractual obligations but hillary clinton are setting up a legal fund to pay the attorney fees of anybody who leaks it. in the newsroom, anne makovec, kpix 5. time now 6:57. we are busy here in the traffic center. let me start off by updating you on that traffic alert in san jose. it's been issued since 4:20 and it is an overturned big rig on southbound 101 before brokaw. it's still blocking two right lanes. so we'll keep you posted as to when it is clear. moving over to a very slow commute traffic is jammed on the san mateo bridge right now from the toll plaza all the way into foster city here due to an
earlier crash and also a stalled car at the high-rise. 880 to 101 westbound will take you over an hour. so if you are heading out that's definitely something you will want to keep in mind. take the dumbarton bridge instead for your peninsula commute. westbound 80 at northbound 101 connect they are earlier crash still causing some heavy delays across the bay bridge. here's a look at the toll plaza. traffic is backed up beyond the maze on to 580. the maze to downtown san francisco a heavy 30 minutes. julie? >> we are tracking the leading edge of this system on hi-def doppler, still far north of us. we'll start to see these showers moving through the north bay later on this afternoon into the evening hours. and for the rest of us by tomorrow. right now, temperatures are in the 50s for concord, oakland, 50 in livermore. 53 san jose. and 50 in santa rosa. temperatures later today on the cool side once again. topping out in the low to mid- 70s for the warmest locations. 60s by the bay and along the coast. but temperatures are not the lead story, this is it. futurecast showing some scattered showers ahead of the
front possible in the north bay. by later this afternoon early evening. that front now slowing down models indicating it may take longer to get here. this is now 6 a.m. tomorrow moving through the north bay heading south so that might actually be good news for tomorrow's commute if we can slow it down a little bit more it may miss most of the commute. high surf and flood advisories in effect for tomorrow coastal flooding possible of course along with some roadway flooding, as well. >> here's something you don't see every day. a camera crew in denmark captured a phenomenon called black sun. experts say that every autumn hundreds of thousands of birds will fill the sky at dusk before they migrate for the winter. a lot of people show up at this national park to see it happen every year. park officials say they expect nearly 100,000 visitors within the next couple of weeks. >> you just don't want to be under that cluster of birds. >> right. >> reminds me of the classic film, the birds. kind of scary. >> i'm thinking of what hits you on the head. >> right. thanks for watching. captions by: caption colorado
firstname.lastname@example.org good morning, to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, october 13th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump threatens to retaliate after several women accuse him of unwanted sexual contact. we'll talk to "the new york times" reporters who interviewed two of the women for today's front page story. the u.s. strikes back overnight after missile attacks on american warships near yemen. for the first time the pentagon is targeting rebels backed by iran. >> only on "cbs this morning," the woman who witnessed -- keith lamont scott's widow talks about what she saw. >> we begin with today's eye