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>> roberta and roqui join us now. >> good morning. thursday, pre-friday. that's what you like to call it. >> yes. >> yes. >> good morning, everybody. heading out the door, plan on the warmest day of the workweek. really the warmest day that we will have in quite some time. upper 50s now in santa rosa to 58 degrees in san francisco. 50 in livermore and redwood city. later today in the 80s away from the bay inland. we are in the 50s around the bay. and topping off at 77 in oakland, low 80s san jose. 83 to the north in santa rosa. full forecast is still minutes away featuring showers. but right now let's send it over to roqui. >> good morning. southbound 101 at petaluma boulevard south this is in petaluma we have an overturned big rig on its side right now still blocking that middle lane -- excuse me, still blocking the left lane and the middle lane is the only one open that cars can travel through. now, we have crews out there trying to clear the situation. but as you know, an overturned big rig can take a while to
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clear but fortunately not causing too many delays. cars traveling at 53 miles per hour. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 18 minutes. just be a little cash lane backup there. there is some roadwork in both directions along the bay bridge, as well. now let's move over to market street. market street is open in both directions due to the fire that happened around midnight. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. seven people displaced from a four-alarm fire this morning in san francisco. the fire started about midnight and heavily damaged three buildings near market and hatty streets. there are road closures in the area. three firefighters are being treated for injuries not considered life-threatening. investigators haven't determined a cause but think it started in a three-story vacant building. >> my social security payroll contribution will go up as will donald's assuming he can't figure out how to get out of it. but what we want to do is to
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replenishish -- >> such a nasty woman. >> -- the social security trust fund by making sure we have sufficient resources. >> that exchange just a few words from the final presidential debate of 2016. hillary clinton and donald trump now have less than three weeks to campaign before election day. kpix 5 political reporter melissa caen has some of the standout moments from last night's debate. >> from everything i see has no respect for this person. >> well, that's because he would rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet. no puppet. >> it's pretty clear. >> you're the puppet. >> reporter: the candidates did not hold back and they are ready when the moderator asked about recent sexual assault allegations against trump. >> donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger. >> nobody has more respect for women than i do. nobody. nobody as more respect. >> please, everybody. >> reporter: trump accused clinton of masterminding the assault allegations. >> i didn't know any of these
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women. i didn't see these women. these women, the woman on the plane, the woman -- i think they want either fame or her campaign did it and i think it's her campaign. >> reporter: and repeated his statement that clinton is a criminal. >> she destroyed 33,000 emails, criminally. criminally! after getting a subpoena from the united states coming. >> reporter: for the first time this year, trump and clinton debated the issue of abortion. >> you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb in the ninth month, on the final day! and that's not acceptable. >> well, that is not what happens in these cases. and using that kind of, um, scare rhetoric is just terribly unfortunate. the government has no business in the decisions that women make with their families in accordance with their faith with medical advice. >> reporter: in light of recent statements by trump that was election is rigged, both candidates were asked if they would accept the outcome of the election. >> i will look at it at the time. i'm not looking at anything now. i'll look at it at the time.
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i'll keep you in suspense. >> well, chris, i, for one, am appalled that somebody who is the nominee of one of our two major parties would take that kind of position. >> reporter: 10% of voters are still not fully committed. this is their last chance to see the candidates battle it out on the same stage. while the candidates won't be on a debate stage again, the attacks will continue until election day. >> the two candidates' running mates posted comments on twitter. republican mike pence wrote, congrats to my running mate on a big win at the final presidential debate. donald trump won the debates hands down. tim kaine wrote, hillary just showed us why she would be a great president. >> there were debate gatherings in cities last night. here's some reaction from a watch party at uc-berkeley. >> i it's great for the american people. i feel like they wanted to get answers and they wanted to have legitimate reasons to vote for either candidate and they
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didn't get that. >> i'm a hillary supporter. >> i decided coming in. i think that it's a clear choice. i don't have anything more to say. >> our reporter found no donald trump supporters at the gathering at the liberal school, not surprisingly. clinton and trump are both in new york tonight to deliver remarks at the alfred smith memorial foundation dinner that benefits charities for needy children. san jose police are looking for answers after a fatal shooting. a person was brought into regional medical center with a gunshot wound and died a short time before 9:00 last night. investigators don't know where the person was shot or the circumstances surrounding that shooting. just days after the anniversary of the loma prieta earthquake today is the great american shake-out. that means it's a day of earthquake drills in the bay area. students are being taught how to drop, cover and hold on. it is at 10:20 this morning. some transit systems will take part including bart, which will
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briefly slow down its trains to 26 miles an hour. the great shake-out began back in 2008. time now 4:35. roberta has a check of weather. >> today is going tonight warmest day of the week and one of the warmest days in some time. we have significant changes coming our way beginning with the end of the weekend. good morning, everyone. today is a classic autumn offshore flow and this is a view right now with the clear skies over sfo. temperature-wise we are down to 49 degrees in santa rosa. we are at 50 in livermore. mid-50s in san francisco. and across the bay, towards the oakland estuary, the winds are relatively light. satellite-radar does suggest at this particular time we do have stratus off the coast as it moves closer each day. we'll start to see the temperatures go back down with that influence of that cooler air mass. now, today's temperatures here's a look at them. 70s at rockaway beach back in through moss and montara beaches. 70s and 80s around the
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peninsula. 86 gilroy today. east of the bay up to 84 in brentwood, 85 towards discovery bay. also in, um, mountain house and oakley. low 80s towards the tri-valley. meanwhile north bay numbers from the 60s to the 70s in stinson beach to the 80s. we are going to talk about the big change by the end of the weekend and when you can expect to use that umbrella. details next time around. hi, roqui. >> i got to get a new umbrella. mine is broken. time now 4:37. let's head to mass transit. we have some problems here on bart and ace train number one. san francisco trains to the east bay are all 10 minutes late. ace train one is 7 minutes late. muni and caltrain on time. now let's head to petaluma. southbound 101 at petaluma boulevard south there is an overturned big rig. that overturned overnight and is still out there blocking the left lane and then we have the middle lane that's open right now for cars to move through. cars driving at about 58 miles per hour so still traffic
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moving smoothly through the area but as you can imagine this will take some time to clear out of the road. let's head to the bay bridge toll plaza, carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 18 minutes right now. and those metering lights will turn on around 5:30 so in about an hour or so. also keep in mind there is roadwork in both directions of the bay bridge, as well. now, moving over to the peninsula commute on the san mateo bridge, 880 to 101, 15 minutes long. and then we have roadwork at the end of the bridge. just when wells fargo thought their fake account scandal couldn't get any worse another bombshell. the california department of justice is now launching a criminal investigation. kpix 5 reporter susie steimle on what this means for the san francisco-based company reporter: did wells fargo commit identity theft? the california attorney general intends to prove it did, which means someone could face felony charges. the question is, who? >> so do we charge the
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executive? do we charge the individuals who opened up these allegedly accounts and doing it when they were unauthorized? or do we just charge the bank? >> reporter: if individuals aren't charged, that could mean prison time if they are charged. if it's the bankers a big payout. the ag's office released a search warrant asking for all the names, communications and accounts involved in the sales tactics scandal that came to light in september. employees were pressured to open fake accounts without customer knowledge. the bank made $3 million in fees off the two million fake accounts. >> wells fargo is going to be held up as the example. this is what you don't do. and this is what's gonna happen if you decide to go down this road. >> reporter: here's what the ag's office found in its search. customers who discovered a $10,000 line of credit they didn't sign up for, others owed money on three life insurance policies they never purchased. some say they still don't know how many accounts were opened in their name and the bank won't tell them. >> wells fargo suspended for at
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least a year. >> reporter: since the scandal broke, california's stopped doing business with the bank and wells fargo's ceo john stumpf resigned. state treasurer john chiang says the bank must prove its on the right track before it handles state money again. >> they were a california-based bank with many employees. we're not trying to take them out of business. we're trying to make sure that they do the right thing. >> reporter: susie steimle, kpix 5. >> in addition to this criminal investigation, wells fargo also faces multiple civil cases on behalf of shareholders. the ag's case is focused on identity theft. the civil cases could get customers their money back and it could lead to widespread reform on how the banking industry operates in this country. the city of oakland is taking a new approach in hopes of curbing its homeless problem. the city has decided to turn one long-time homeless camp into a shelter complete with barriers, toilets and washrooms. social workers will also be made available. >> we have to find a better way to take care of the people who
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are living outdoors. it's unhealthy for them and unhealthy for the neighborhood. >> organizers hope to get the people placed elsewhere within a few months. time now 4:41. tesla has a new rival from overseas. the new electric carmaker that just moved into silicon valley next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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destroyed a building in portland. the injured include three firefighters, three civilians eight people are injured after two natural gas explosions destroyed a building in portland. the injured includes three firefighters, three firefighters and three police officers. no one was killed in yesterday's explosions which happened simultaneously. many survivors have tales of first responders' heroics. >> they went up to the fourth floor of that building, you know, right next door, blew out plenty of windows in our building and went up and got my dog. >> a local utility northwest natural gas says that the explosions happened shortly after construction crew called to report it had struck a gas line. a former southern california teacher found guilty of raping a 14-year-old girl
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slit his throat before a packed courtroom. 56-year-old jeffrey scott jones pulled out a small razor blade and cut his throat as the jury read the guilty verdict. he was convicted on all counts for raping the now 17-year-old daughter of his live-in girlfriend three years ago. jones was rushed to the hospital and is expected to survive. >> it had crossed my mind that he might kill himself rather than face life in prison. so i wasn't completely shocked when that happened to him. >> his attorneys don't knower with got the raiser from. he could face life in prison when he returns for sentencing next month. potential game changing announcement from tesla. the company says that all of its new cars will have self- driving hardware, full self- driving hardware, including the model 3. the hardware has eight cameras with 360-degree viewing from up to 820 feet away as well as 12 ultrasonic sensors and new forward-facing radar that helps see through rain,
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fog and dust. the company also promised software updates and new features for earlier tesla models. tesla celebrates its big announcements, a chinese electric car company is hoping to steal their thunder. kpix 5's len ramirez on the company's high hopes for silicon valley reporter: tesla may have just met its match. a sleek autonomous electric car from a chinese company that is staking a claim in silicon valley. >> an open ecosystem. >> reporter: the company is le ecoand the car is le sea. it was unveiled at a launch event in san francisco and the producer jerry bruckheimer checked in from england with the car which may make an appearance in his next transformers movie. >> the interior is great. could you sleep in there. >> reporter: now the car is transforming silicon valley. the company which has a small foothold in san jose plans a major u.s. expansion that could create 12,000 new jobs in santa clara. >> like adding another apple
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computer or another google or linkedin right here into silicon valley. >> reporter: the company will build a new three million-square-foot research and development complex on 48 acres now used as a parking lot for levi's stadium. the land was once owned by yahoo and now that it has changed hands, it represents another step in the continuing evolution of silicon valley. it's part of a growing chinese presence in the valley and brings competition for american companies to their own turf. the company is a major player in tvs and smartphones. it has a movie studio and a streaming online service. >> many people would say, oh, that's bad for silicon valley. but it's actually good because competition breeds innovation. >> reporter: le eco already bought vizio tv. although it may not be a household name in the u.s. yet, it plans to be, and in a big way. in santa clara, len ramirez, kpix 5. for people looking to add a furry member to your family, contra costa county animal
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shelters are waiving all pet adoption fees through the weekend. 556 dogs and cats need to find loving homes. normally adoption fees go towards spaying, neutering, microchips and vaccinations but through sunday, all of those services are free if you adopt. >> hopefully roberta, roxy isn't watching right now saying give me a brother or sister. >> you know, when i first rescued a dog, it was about, oh, i had it for 17 years, it was a while ago, she died of cancer, it was a long time ago, it was $27 at the humane society. then roxy two years ago $250. so that's a $250 savings there but it was the best 250 i have ever spent in my life. boy. so it's not going to be raining cats and dogs but we have a chance of rain in the forecast late sunday then again on tuesday. good morning, everybody! right now clear skies looking out toward sfo. no reports of any local airport delays. we didn't anticipate anyas well
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due to the visibility. it's unlimited. clear skies santa rosa 49 degrees. 50 in livermore and in redwood city. 58 degrees in san francisco. the winds will be rotating offshore today about 5 to 10 but look at this. a computer model has had to fudge our forecast and high temperatures in the long-range forecast because of the investment marine layer offshore. it will move closer to the coast bringing down temperatures at the beaches. warmer today than yesterday. a big jump in the temperatures. and then a chance of some minimal rainfall in the far north bay on sunday. here's your futurecast. and by friday morning we start to see that the clouds do penetrate the bay. and then we start to see some increasing clouds on saturday in the north bay. these clouds are all associated with that right there. area of low pressure. it's actually like, um, i like to say pineapple express because these clouds are veering all the way back streaming all the way towards
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the hawaiian islands. that's where we'll see some clouds shearing off and moving into our north bay by late on saturday. 72 today state capital. 67 degrees monterey bay. 57 degrees in the greater lake tahoe area. mid-60s in yosemite. san jose, you're finally going to be above average this week as far as your temperatures are concerned. by lunch hour today, near 70 degrees, approaching 73 towards willow glen and rose garden district. 77 degrees your forecast high. but i am going with an outside number of 81 degrees towards levi's stadium and the santa clara valley. 80 in mountain view. 73 in san francisco up from the average high of 69 degrees. low 80s will be common concord, clayton and walnut creek. livermore, at the estuary in oakland mid-70s. low 80s in napa. here's your extended forecast. we are calling for cooler temperatures due to that marine layer on friday. a slight chance of north bay showers on sunday. if we see any rain on tuesday, it will be generally less than a quarter inch. that's a look at your forecast. here's roqui. >> thank you, roberta. we have a look at your traffic
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just coming up right now. but first let's start with mass transit. we have a few problems on bart and ace train. bart trains from san francisco to the east bay are all 10 minutes delayed right now and ace train one is six minutes delayed. muni and caltrain all on time. now, a look at your traffic on the bay bridge toll plaza. those metering lights will be turning on around 5:30 this morning. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 18 minutes. but otherwise, looking good into downtown san francisco. moving over to the altamont pass, traffic coming out of tracy at about 50 miles per hour. and then unusually slowing down towards north flynn road and looks good through livermore but, you know, that slow traffic is on the dublin interchange. north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass will take you 25 minutes. moving over to the petaluma area southbound 101 at petaluma boulevard south this overturned big rig that turned over around 2 a.m. is still blocking the left lane. then we have the middle lane open for you all to drive
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through. traffic is moving at around 63 miles per hour. so it's moving well. but this will take a while to get completely cleared out of the roadway in petaluma. now for your peninsula commute from hayward to foster city, looking good across the span of the san mateo bridge. 880 to 101 will just take a quick 15 minutes. i'll send it to you, michelle. >> thank you. as if you needed more incentive to stay home you can now buy concert tickets, order food and even book spa appointments directly on facebook. the site is partnering with companies like delivery.com and ticketmaster. earlier this month, facebook launched marketplace allowing you to buy and sell stuff locally. and the facebook conveniences don't end there. >> yeah. now you can actually get divorced online, as well. last year a new york woman became the first person to legally file for divorce via the social network site. a judge said it was okay after her husband refused to meet with her. and a private investigator failed to find him. effective, yes, but some say
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ending the most intimate commitment deserves more respect. >> this relationship between two people, it's not a relationship between one person and someone that you skpe with or read about on a computer. >> i don't know. it should be done in person. it's a very personal thing. >> some divorce lawyers are for the idea. they say it's the reality of how people communicate nowadays. time now is 4:52. if you are looking for the perfect job or the perfect date, look no further than this spot in palo alto. the company moving in and bringing jobs with it. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the tech giant announced an event set for october 27th. th invita apple could unveil a refresh of its mac computers. the tech giant announced an
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event for october 27. the invitation says, hello again. and many are assuming it's a nod to the mac's launch in 1984, when the computer introduced itself with, hello, i'm mcintosh. rumors with appear -- rumors are they will release a computer with a touchscreen feature and update to macbook air. tinder found a match in silicon valley. betty yu reports. reporter: in true silicon valley startup fashion, tinder's new office is in a nondevice president building. there's no signage at the front door and the office is on the second floor. but this is where tinder hopes to attract top bay area talent. this offices is well known in history. it's 100 feet away from google's original offices. >> i think palo alto is an amazing place to start any company and if you are already
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an existing company to grow. >> it's like -- they are like the number one dating app among young people i think they are an interesting brand like good app like palo alto is the place like they want to be like if they want to reinvent themselves. >> reporter: continueder is in west hollywood and has 200 employees. the app lets users swipe through profiles to find dates. the 4-year-old company said it's opening its first silicon valley office so it can recruit workers with hard-to-find tech skills. 20 people have already been hired for the office. tinder plans to double that over the next year or so. >> it's not a startup which we like to see companies be born here, grow up to a certain point and mature and move to larger locations. but at least it's not a monolithic company that is having its own cafeterias downtown. >> reporter: the new office will open next week.
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in palo alto, betty yu, kpix 5. the fbi nabbed a hacker they believe was behind a major attack on linkedin and it was all caught on camera. the suspect, a russian man, was browsing the menu at a restaurant in prague on october 5 when czech police came in, patted him down beforehand cuffing him. the attack on linkedin was in 2012. the fbi claims it may have compromised the accounts of 100 million users. officials at the russian embassy are demanding the suspect be handed over to russian authorities. time now 4:57. the final presidential debate focused on the issues but there were plenty of personal issues, as well. the biggest moments next. >> 7 people are out of their homes this morning because of a big fire overnight in the castro. one firefighter is in the hospital, as well. the latest live from the scene on the investigation coming up. ,,
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and i'm kenny choi. let's get a look at weather
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good morning, it is thursday, october 20. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's head out and check out the conditions on this thursday morning as we look at the beautiful bay bridge. >> with the sparkling lights there. i always love the reflection on the water, too. so pretty. >> mm-hm. >> all right. guys, yeah, how are you doing this morning? >> i'm doing well. >> yeah. >> i'm doing well. a little busy over there but nothing too bad, which is good. drive safely, guys. >> nothing like yesterday, right? >> oh, yesterday was tough. >> well, today's weather is a little bit like yesterday but it is going to be warmer and, in fact, this is going tonight warmest day we'll experience in quite some time. the waters are calm. later today an offshore breeze 10 to 20. 47 in santa rosa. 49 in the tri-valley. good morning, san francisco at 58 degrees. estuary of oakland mid-50s. clouds will be pushing onshore tomorrow. until 8

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