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morning at 6:30 here in civic center plaza. so far just a few people have been dribbling in but this is part of a protest that's going on nationwide for months. [ chanting ] >> reporter: that is part of a recent protest in cannonball, north dakota, where demonstrators have been camping out trying to protect the land from a plan to bring a pipeline to bring crude oil from north dakota to illinois. the route is near the standing rock sioux reservation. they fear it might contaminate water and land. >> this morning, we are here to stand in solidarity with the sioux and, um, the rest of the world to let people know that it's time to end the fossil fuel industry. it's time to go to renewable sustainable resources like
wind, solar. it's time to change. >> reporter: now, this is one of many local protests we have seen in the bay area. this is one from citibank on halloween where activists were protesting the financing of the pipeline and about a dozen activists were arrested. the gentleman i spoke with here this morning said he wasn't a protestor he was a protector. again the protest or the "action" starts at 6:30 this morning. they are planning on marching to the office of the army corps of engineers on market street. live in san francisco anne makevoc, kpix 5. president-elect donald trump meets with vice president- elect mike pence in new york today as he continues to build his administration. the secret service is vetting residents and employees at trump tower. hena daniels has the latest from new york. >> reporter: a campaign source tells cbs news rudy giuliani is favored to be secretary of state in donald trump's new
administration. speaking at a "wall street journal" forum in washington last night the former new york city mayor wouldn't discuss his chances, instead came to the defense of steve bannon, the media mogul tapped as the president-elect's chief strategist. >> he is a patriot. he loves america. he may have a different view of america than you but he loves america as much as we do. >> reporter: most conservatives support donald trump's decision. democrats blasted it. >> his appointment of steve banion [ sic ] as chief white house strategist is proof of the direction mr. trump intends to take the country. >> reporter: speaking from the white house, president obama was more measured. >> i think it's important for us to let him make his decisions and i think the american people will judge over the course of the next four years whether they like what they see. >> reporter: in a statement last night, trump's spokesman praised bannon saying he will
work hand in hand with chief of staff reince priebus as he continues to help implement trump's vision of being a president for all americans. president-elect trump has nearly 4,000 jobs to fill in his administration before he takes the oath of office on january 20. hena daniels, cbs news. >> john bolton a former ambassador for the u.n. is also in contention for the job of secretary of state. students on the west coast walked out of school yesterday to protest trump's election victory from los angeles to seattle to here in the bay area. they want to stand up for people who may feel threatened or marginalized. politicians are looking ahead to the 2018 election and it appears that california's lieutenant governor has the early edge to replace his current boss. 23% of likely voters are backing gavin newsom for governor according to a new field poll.
he announced his candidacy in february. and a pair of republican mayors rounded out the top 3. let's check the roads. >> on the golden gate bridge from marin or san rafael into san francisco, 580 to golden gate bridge will take 14 minutes. now to the bay bridge here, traffic backing up well before the maze. macarthur maze to downtown 24 minutes. 238 in san leandro to the maze will take 16 minutes. 880 to foster city between 880 and 101 a slow 22 to 25 minutes. south bay commute 101 northbound 280/680 split to
highway 237 will take you 15 minutes. so slowly but not too bad. also, 280 northbound between 101, 680 split to highway 85, 11 minutes. guadalupe parkway 87 northbound between 85 and 101, that's a quick 10 minutes. okay. that's the traffic. roberta, how's the weather? >> the weather is cloudy. it's not quite as foggy or widespread as 24 hours ago. but we get to fire up our live hi-def doppler radar. not a raindrop in sight at this particular time. what we have been looking #this time is some rain showers to the far northwestern section of the state of california. there's bona fide rain in garberville otherwise mostly cloudy. temperatures mild into the 50s. it's 52 in santa rosa. it is now 59 in san jose. 57 degrees in oakland. and we do have spotty areas of fog around napa and glen ellen, visibilities down to a quarter mile, santa rosa half mile now. temperatures slightly off the
mark today with mainly cloudy conditions temperatures in the 60s. once this weak disturbance from the north passes through a wind shift out of the south 10 to 20 miles per hour. 68 degrees in campbell. 70 morgan hill. 71 gilroy. we should top off at 70 in brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay and mountain house. 60s common around walnut creek, concord, clayton and walnut creek and danville, hercules and pinole. highway 60s common around the tri-valley and the carquinez strait. 62 in stinson beach, a little breezy. can't rule out the possibility of a couple of rain showers around the far north bay. but i'm not looking at any kind of accumulation. in fact, right now, in the far north bay we have seen about .05" of rain, 64 in cloverdale. more rain is in the forecast for the weekend. we are going to track that incoming system together and that's coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. today city council members will consider at least three proposals to raise san jose's minimum hourly wage to $15.
one plan calls for a gradual increase to $15 by january 2019. the other plans call for that goal to be reached by july 2019 or january 2020. some other cities in the valley including sunnyvale and mountain view already plan to raise minimum wage to $15 by 2018. your old bay seasoning can come off the spice rack because commercial crab season kicks off today. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in san francisco on why this year could spell bigger profit last than year. >> reporter: old bay seasonings, i like it steamed with lemon juice, a little extra salt. but, you know, whatever your flavor s the good news is that we're reporting something totally different than last crab season. that's a very good thing because that means that bay area crab could be on your thanksgiving dinner table. we couldn't say that last year because of high levels of domoic acid, preventing the
sale of crab until it was too late in the season for crabbers to recover. there is more optimism this year. recreational crab season ends today to make room for the commercial fishermen but the recreational ones get the first look at the potential harvest. >> when we let our pots soak for a couple of hours we go and get limits and these pots didn't have very many in it so we're scarce. first sign it's not going to be a good season. but who knows? >> reporter: not all crab has been deemed safe to eat. state regulators are still testing crabs for acid north of point reyes. the state is waiting until december 1 to give the "all clear." so right now from pier 45, we're hearing that crab per pound will be somewhere between $4.25, $4.50 somewhere in that range but nothing is set yet so the commercial crabbing season starts today and it will stay that way until june. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. time now 6:08.
hundreds of tourists are airlifted to safety after a devastating quake in new zealand but a big new concern is developing. >> and you may see the nation's first self-driving shuttle zipping around one bay area university campus. >> from the kpix weather center, as you head on out the door this morning, you might want to grab an umbrella. there's a chance of rain in the forecast but i'll talk about the better chance of rain and what day you can expect it. >> and we went from just having one hot spot along the altamont pass to having a few hot spots. we'll tell you where they are coming up. >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by "living spaces furniture" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
6:12. 2800 feet up is our hi-def doppler tower. we can still see the "supermoon" this morning with clear skies. if you missed it, it won't be this close to earth again until 2034. clear there, fog at the coast, mainly cloudy today, full forecast in less than 4 minutes. a rescue operation in new zealand with hundreds of tourists and residents standed in a coastal town following a major earthquake that caused significant damage as well as several strong aftershocks. the defense force has begun ferrying people out by military helicopter. a navy ship arrives in the area tomorrow. elsewhere the city of wellington is facing widespread flooding. heavy rain and quake damage have combined to create flood conditions. the official death toll from the earthquake is at two. we now know a man who left his toddler in a hot car in georgia could face life in
prison. after 21 hours of deliberations, a jury found justin ross harris guilty of murder. they say he intentionally locked his 2-year-old son cooper inside the car for seven hours as he "sexted" with several women. prosecutors claim that he wanted to be free of his family. harris said he forgot his son was in the back seat. >> i went to work as if he wasn't even in the back. and i didn't hear him because he falls asleep really easily when you drive a car. >> harris is expected to be sentenced next month. after hours of debate, oakland city council has decided to go back to the drawing board and rewrite marijuana rules following a rowdy public meeting last night. council members voted 4-3 to have the city administrator draft new marijuana laws and also significantly change an equity permit program. the initiative involves setting aside half of the city's pot permits for ex-convicted. council members also decided
not to force dispensaries to give up 25% of its profits to the city. lyft is opting for a more clean-shaven look. the san francisco-based ride hailing company is ditching the iconic pink moustache and in its place lyft cars will have a light-up device on the dashboard that connects to your phone. one cool feature your phone and the device will light up in the same color when you're close by making it easier to find your ride. the country's first self- driving shuttle is taking passengers at santa clara university. it's described as an autonomous campus shuttle equipped with sensors that give the computer a 360-degree view and tracks objects 100 yards away. when someone walks in front of it, the system knows a human is trying to cross the road. >> so over time, it will be near perfect, do you think? >> oh, for sure, yeah. eventually i won't be here so it has to be. >> they hope to equip our
campuses and companies with a fleet of on demand shuttles. >> i think that will be popular on campuses. >> so does it detect people if it's crossing in front of them? >> it knows a human -- >> what about if a chicken crossed the road? [ laughter ] >> here we go. >> i don't know about the chicken. >> why did it? >> exactly! to get to class! [ laughter ] >> okay. >> on the other side. [ laughter ] >> enough with the jokes. >> please, help us, roqui. >> we're not doing well with jokes today. not at all. [ laughter ] [ giggling ] traffic starting with highway 4, between loveridge road and willow pass road that's going to take you 30 minutes. traffic moving at about 13 miles an hour when you hit pittsburg. now down to the altamont pass, traffic coming off 205 at just 8 miles per hour. so again you are inching your way through north flynn road where speeds go up to 30 miles per hour. north tracy boulevard along 580 westbound to the altamont pass will take you an hour now. frees up through livermore into
the dublin interchange. 580 westbound to 680 will take you 16 minutes. moving now to the bay bridge toll plaza, where those metering lights are on, traffic is well beyond the maze. the maze to downtown westbound will take you up to 25 minutes. and let's take a look at mass transit through the area. all mass transit on time. roberta? >> roqui, do you ski or snowboard? >> um, no. >> well, you' going to have to try this season because many resorts are opening up a week from tomorrow. but we have about 4 opening up this thursday. and we will have snow tomorrow in the greater lake tahoe area. so i fired up our live hi-def doppler radar to see if we have any precipitation locally and no, but when you go upstream in the far northwestern corner of the state of california, this is the frontal boundary across eureka. it's raining for the next 45 minutes. we have mostly cloudy skies. we have neighborhoods reporting dense fog, not quite as widespread as 24 hours ago. but it is foggy in santa rosa.
in stockton and napa with visibility down to a quarter mile, livermore cloud cover 56. san francisco you can see the overcast skies in the high 50s. so fog for openers and then mostly cloudy today. your weekend i wanted to look ahead at my long-range computer models suggesting we'll have a soggy saturday and then on thanksgiving day, looks like we could have some rain showers for that big getaway on wednesday leaving us with cloud cover for the holiday. there's the precipitation all associated with that weak front. i want to blow this up to get a better handle on this. that's the core of the center of the area of low pressure. the wraparound precipitation is right there. so it continues to lift in a northeasterly direction and the front is sagging to the south. and as it does so it wants to bring rain, but it's just falling apart. 67 degrees at the state capital today. it's currently 32 going up to 60 in the high sierra, showers today and then colder air with the passage of the weak disturbance, we should have some snow on the fly in the high sierra probably about 8,000 feet elevation tomorrow.
73 degrees in fresno and in merced. our sun-up is at 6:53. boy, daylight length is getting shorter, 4:56 the sun does set. high temperatures across the bay area today pretty close to where they should be for this 15th day of the month of november. 60s at the beaches. mid-60s common around the rim of the bay today. 67 degrees in oakland through the estuary into richmond also el cerrito and in albany upper 60s in san jose. 64 degrees in santa rosa three healdsburg into occidental. temperatures tomorrow coming down with mainly cloudy conditions. thursday, friday high pressure briefly builds in before a secondary system rolls into the area. right now computer models are differing on how much precipitation we should receive. but we should get wet on saturday with it trailing off on your sunday. and that is a look at your local forecast. we still have sports coming up. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, who is the best coach in bay area history? now, think about that because if you said bill walsh, you might be wrong. what former warriors assistant started spreading rumors about klay thompson?
good morning. if tara vandaveer wasn't already the best coach in san francisco history she may lock it up. she is 19th away from her 1,000th win making history. texas at maples, jr. brittany mcvie with a career night. she scored 28 points against the longhorns. stanford will need all they can get from here with star lily thompson not on the team.
the cardinal win 71-59. tara 18 away from 1,000 wins. you hear that one about klay thompson getting traded to the celtics? [ laughter ] >> reacted the same way. the rumors started when former warriors assistant coach brian scalabrini mentioned it on sirius radio so of course the internet exploded yesterday morning making people wonder if there was some truth. steve kerr was not among them. >> think our guys know that, um, that stuff is, you know, almost always just bs. i'll go home and get on the internet and i'll decide whether to call klay or not then. [ laughter ] monday night football only one thing comes to mind when looking at o'dell beckham's hair. but you know what? [ laughter ] he was pretty good when catching touchdowns. had another one last night against the bengals. new york won 21-20. they are now 6-3. and speaking of the national football league, this sunday right here
on the big 5, the patriots and the 49ers. that's right, tom brady coming back and he will have an entourage of fans along with him. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. the play of the day from the nba oklahoma city at detroit. here's the pistons caldwell in action. the thunder, 104-88. >> throws it up! off the window and in! and a foul, wow! >> shot off the backboard. the pistons beat the thunder 104-88. it is 6:25. a major construction project on one of the bay area's busiest streets hasn't gotten off to the smoothest start. >> and dozens of people are streaming into the civic center
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- topic two weather ad libs police looking for a gunman in a shootout in a bay area drug house. >> crab season has started. we'll hear from someone who has been on the water and back. >> we have a chance of rain today but i'll tell you which day we have a better chance. >> a crash affecting your commute on the bay bridge. more coming up. good morning, it's tuesday,
november 15. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:29. one week after donald trump's victory on election day, we are seeing a number of reports of politically and racially motivated violence. in san francisco, a nanny says she was attacked while at the park at fort mason because of her race. police say a man walked up to the woman, grabbed her and shoved her to the ground. he reportedly shouted, quote, no latinos here. the woman has some scratches but is okay. police arrested the suspect and are investigating it as a possible hate crime. [ screaming ] >> an anti-trump protestor was attacked at ohio state university last night. cell phone video shows a student getting pushed down a flight of stairs. police say they quickly arrested another student for the assault. the bay area principal who was disciplined for his comments about the president- elect is expected back at school today. [ censored ] trump.
[ students scream in delight ] >> phil morals from milpitas high school used the "f" word last week in front of students. he was put on administrative leave. he apologized saying he used poor judgment. mayors across the city will protect their sanctuary city despite president-elect trump's promise to pull funding. new york, chicago and seattle have vowed to uphold the policies when it comes to illegal immigrants. civil rights groups are up in arms over the selection of steve bannon as trump's chief strategist. bannon joined the campaign from breitbart news where he was ceo. among the articles on breitbart, a piece from december which says equality and diverseky departments should only hire rich straight white men because only they can be impartial observers. bannon's ex-wife says he opposed sending their daughter to a certain private school
because he didn't want them going to school with jews. bannon denies saying that. the fight against the dakota access pipeline is coming to the bay area today. opponents say that the pipeline could cause a lot of damage to the environment. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco to tell us how locals are raising awareness here. >> reporter: there's a demonstration that has been growing as we speak this morning set to start at 6:30. but people are still streaming n you can see the scene here live behind me in a civic center plaza in san francisco. demonstrators are projecting images right now on city hall. there are hundreds of people here now. 6,000 people said on facebook they were interested in this event. they are eventually going to march to the office of the army corps of engineers. they say there's new urgency in the issue since donald trump
was elected president. i spoke with a demonstrator this morning. >> what's going on right now in our country and north dakota a big reason why it's such a big issue is because this issue is going to set national policy for not only the rest of our country but also the rest of the world. >> stand up, rise up, find your warrior spirit! ! [ native american screaming ] >> reporter: this is an extension of a protest going on since this summer at the scene in cannonball, north dakota. under current plans the pipeline would carry crude oil from western north dakota 1200 miles to a shipping point in illinois. the standing rock zoo rock tribe has a reservation nearby. hundreds of people have been arrested across the country. but the demonstrators gathering here today say they are peaceful. they say they are not protestors. they claim to be protectors. live in san francisco, anne
makevoc, kpix 5. 6:33. let's check the weather. >> one of my favorite things do is watch our wonderful reporters like anne makovec or, um, jackie ward and see if their hair is blowing in the wind and did you notice? >> nothing today. >> no. not a wind at all this morning but later today when we have a passage of a weak front we'll see the winds rotate and kick up 10 to 20 miles per hour out of the south. this is our live hi-def doppler radar. i popped it up because we have a chance of rain in the forecast. no raindrops as of yet. but if you go upstream, far northern corner of the state of california, you can carry them as far as you want but if we see anything i'm not counting on measurable precipitation. just a beautiful view from the transamerica pyramid looking towards the port of oakland. looking out towards treasure and yerba buena island. calm huertas. mostly cloudy skies. we have areas of dense fog around the santa rosa area and also napa with the visibility down to a quarter mile.
san francisco is at 58 degrees. numbers today stacking up just slightly above average under a mainly cloudy sky. and again those winds will increase temperatures in the 60s, a string of 60s around the immediate seashore. a string of 60s also around the peninsula backing in throughout the woodside area, atherton, pescadero, la honda, 66 in san mateo back through belmont into brisbane. also high 60s near 70 in los gatos and saratoga. it will be 70 in morgan hill. low 70s around the gilroy area and 67 degrees at the rose garden district of san jose. east bay numbers up to 70. rentwood, tracy, oakley, discov ery bay and mountain house. mid-60s in benicia through vallejo all the way across to american canyon. approximate more coming up at 48 after the hour.
it is 6:35. let's head to oakland where we have a new crash to report that will affect your commute on to the bay bridge. northbound 880 connector to westbound 80 is a two-car crash blocking the middle lane. bay bridge toll plaza, here's a live look at that. traffic backing up beyond the maze right now. the maze to downtown will take you 21 minutes and just fyi coming off 580 that approach is backed up to highway 24 right now. let's take a look now at slow- moving traffic along the san mateo bridge. from hayward to foster city, that will take you up to 30 minutes right now so that's very slow. but the fog is clear so that's the good news. well, over to highway 4 from antioch to pittsburg traffic moving nicely through antioch but at pittsburg just 11 miles per hour. and down to the altamont pass off 205 at 7 miles per hour, into north flynn road at 33 miles per hour. north tracy boulevard along 580
westbound to the altamont pass 66 minutes. back to you. >> thank you. the project to transform van ness street in san francisco is off to a bumpy start. work started friday night. yesterday was the first real test for regular commuters. but some drivers didn't get the message that most left turns are no longer allowed. adding to the confusion, google and apple navigation systems hadn't caught up to the changes. thigh sfmta said itthe problem will be fixed soon. massive expansion projects wrapped up today at the graton resort and casino in sonoma county. a ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for this morning for a new $1 billion hotel and convention center. the casino in rohnert park has been open since 2013. now is the time to google how do i cook crab cakes? because the commercial season kicks off today. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in san francisco on why this year could sell much bigger profits
than last season. you don't have to google, jackie, you already know. >> reporter: yes. i do know. and isn't that great that we can talk about that? the fact that dungeness crab from the bay area can be on your dinner table? we couldn't say that last year because the high acid levels. so last season was very hard on local fishermen over the span of 18 months, dealing with a delayed start, then an abbreviated crab season. right in the middle of two bad chinook salmon seasons. i spoke with a crabber when he got back from a night of fishing just a few hours ago and he said he is ready to go out for more. >> that's great. glad everything is on time. yeah, hopes are up. everybody is hoping for the best. >> reporter: not all crab are safe to eat. more testing on the acid levels needs to be done before the inner organs, the guts, of the crab from the north are deemed safe to eat. so we are talking about that 60 miles of coastline north of the point reyes. but commercial crabbing season
will be through june. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. fremont police alooking for the suspects who reportedly shot a marijuana grower. neighbors reported a possible home invasion early monday morning near fremont boulevard and delaware street. officers say that the house is converted to a marijuana grow house. it was full of plants. they believe that the suspects showed up at the house, wanting plants or cash and ended up shooting the grower. >> i heard one loud pop and my wife said don't go out there. so i was gonna go because i wanted to see what was going on. >> the man who was shot is expected to be okay. police are looking for three men but say that they were wearing masks so there are no suspect descriptions. it is 6:39. a key vote expected today in san francisco's effort to address the lack of available housing. >> and a dispute appears to be developing between the streaming service owned by jay z and the estate of the late music legend prince. >> and the market just opened
a catchs a sprinkle or light shower. now accumulation. several large wildfires are burning in the southeastern u.s. the hardest hit state is north carolina. 15 fires have burned more than 45,000 acres. others are burning in georgia, kentucky, south carolina, tennessee and virginia. athere are more than 40 burning nationwide. some encouraging signs in the retail industry. joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks brooks. consumers did more spending than expected. the commerce department reported that retail sales last montrose.8% a solid gain in september. home improvement chains had a big month auto dealers also did
well. couple of areas that continue to struggle home furnishings and also restaurants saw weaker sales. airline stocks are buzzing that warren buffett has invested in four airlines at one time. united, american, delta and southwest. buffett is known for being a conservative investor. didn't like airlines in the past so the industry may be stable. the stock market is aiming for another winning session. the dow has closed six straight winning sessions three straight record closes in a while since the presidential election. the tech sector is attempting to rebound. a lot of pressure on tech firms. let's go to the big board right now and see how we're doing so far this morning. dow down by 50 points. nasdaq is up 25. s&p is up 3. back to you. >> thank you.
the san francisco board of supervisors is going to vote for stricter regulations for shorted term rentals like airbnb. the proposal calls for a max number of 60 nights a year for short-term rentals regardless of whether the host is on site. the current limit is 90 nights for unhosted rentals and there are no limits for hosted rentals. let's check the roads with roqui. the situation causing slowdowns from antioch to pittsburg about 11 miles per hour through the pittsburg area. and then let's take a look now down at the altamont pass. inching your way through at 7 miles per hour. moving to the dublin interchange, just west of that, westbound 580 at san ramon road, car versus big rig would
be car on the shoulder. 880 connector to westbound 80 a two-car crash block the middle lane if you head to the bay bridge toll plaza here's a live look at that. that traffic backed up well beyond the maze now. the maze to downtown just 25 minutes but on traffic backed up to highway 24 now. san mateo bridge from hayward into foster city, 880 to 101 will take you 31 minutes so heavy on the peninsula commute. a live look at the dublin interchange. mass transit, bart, all mass transit on time. >> we've searching for beneficial rain showers not seeing anything in our proximity. we are getting mostly cloudy skies and a little bit of condensation in the form of drizzle around the santa rosa area and napa due to some
pretty deep extensive fog. it's live data streaming in and we can see that we have some rain showers lining the northwestern corner of the state of california but all this is lifting to the north and ejecting to the east. >> we're looking towards the estuary and the bright lights of the port of oakland. not as foggy as 24 hours ago. our temperatures are very mild except for santa rosa now at 52 degrees. here's what you need to know for today. fog in the morning and mainly cloudy skies. and, in fact, we'll keep the cloud cover around all day long. >> we'll have a soggy saturday. looking towards the holiday we could have some rain showers on that big getaway wednesday, but only cloud cover for the thanksgiving holiday. again, satellite-radar as it banks up against the coastline
of the pacific northwest, that weak front falls apart. around lunchtime around the san mateo bridge we could see a light sprinkle or light shower but no accumulation. a little bit of rain offshore during the day on wednesday. high pressure builds in prompting an abundance of sunshine for thursday and friday above another system making tracks towards the bay area on saturday with more ample rainfall and accumulation accumulation. are fresno with sunshine and hazy. 32 degrees where they are making snow in the high sierra going up to a high of 60 with a few scattered showers more likely seeing showers turning into snowfall tomorrow above 8,000 feet elevation. and then we go from the mountains to the beach. 64 degrees in monterey bay. temperatures stacking up today into the 60s, low 70s.
my outside number will be 71 degrees. that will be experienced in gilroy to the south, brentwood to the east, meanwhile, temperatures come down on wednesday only to go back up against by the end of the week. but so far, you do not need that umbrella heading out the door. the music streaming service owned by multiple musical artists including jay z is now trying to claim its share of prince's music. the service title and prince reportedly made an agreement before the musician's death. the company just filed court documents to try to get exclusive streaming rights. along with the rights, the company was also reportedly given access to two of precipitation's unreleased albums. one of the most famous bands from the bay area is returning home just before the holidays. >> ahead of its new album release, metallica has announced that it is heading to oakland. ♪[ music ] >> they are seen here rocking san francisco during super bowl week. the group is coming to
oakland's fox theatre on december 17. and for now, it is the only u.s. show listed on the band's website. tickets are going on sale starting thursday at 10 a.m. and members of their fan club can buy them for $25. everybody else is $100. time now 6:51. the bay area's largest city votes today on a plan to help low income workers struggling to make ends meet. >> and hundreds of people are streaming into civic center plaza right now. we are going to get up close and personal with this growing protest against the dakota access pipeline. - [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health. we're with you san francisco,
against american airlines. it had an engine failure last month at o'hare. the suit filed on behalf of 18 passengers also named aircraft manufacturer boeing and engine manufacturer ge. attorneys say the suit seeks damages for the plane's physical and psychological injuries. ive things to know at the :55. president-elect donald trump meets with vice president-elect mike pence today as he continues to build his administration. campaign source says that former new york city mayor rudy giuliani is the favorite for secretary of state. president obama is in greece today on his final overseas trip as president. at the top of the agenda, reassuring european allies that president-elect donald trump is committed to nato and the trans- atlantic alliance. the journalism world is mourning the loss of veteran journalist gwen ifill who died of cancer at 61. she was a co-host of the long running pbs newshour. both the president and attorney
general loretta lynch have extended their condolences. today san jose city council could vote on several plans to raise the minimum wage. all three competing plans would raise the wage to $15 an hour but the disagreement comes on hour quickly to phase that in. and the commercial crab season kicks off today right on schedule according to state officials. crabs caught south of point reyes are safe to eat. domoic acid levels were a big concern last season putting the industry in limbo. [ no microphone ] >> reporter: i'm anne makovec where hundreds of people are gathered for a demonstration against the dakota access pipeline. you can see a very large crowd that started gathering here at 6:30 this morning. and the smell of sage is certainly in the air. you can see all of their signs. this is an extension of a
protest that's been going on since this summer in north dakota. under the current plan this pipeline would carry oil from western north dakota almost 1200 miles to a shipping point in illinois. there are hundreds of protests across the country against the pipeline. these folks will march a few blocks away to the office of the army corps of engineers on market street. they are planning to be peaceful and have their message heard. they say that it takes new urgency right now since president-elect donald trump has been elected and they are concerned about his plans to rely on fossil fuels. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. thank you, anne. time now is 6:57. let's check your bay area roads right now. starting with the altamont pass, traffic coming off 205, you are crawling at 6 miles per hour into north flynn road there where speeds wick up to 36 miles per hour. north tracy boulevard on 580 westbound to the pass will take you an hour right now. let's head over to a crash in
dublin at west of the interchange westbound 580 at san ramon road. this is a car versus a big rig crash. that big rig is on the shoulder. but the car is still blocking the middle lane. now, over to the bay bridge toll plaza. the maze to downtown westbound will take you just 33 minutes here. but if you are traveling from the carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze, that commute is 52 minutes right now. let's move over to the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city into the peninsula traffic stopped 880 to 101, 32 minutes. good morning, everybody. this is our live hi-def doppler radar in search of some raindrops not seeing any here. it's all well upstream carry an umbrella to be safe but if we get wet today, nothing measurable as far as accumulation is concerned. we have the cloud cover and we have areas of fog in santa rosa and in napa with visibility roughly down to a quarter of a mile. temperatures into the 50s. later today mostly cloudy skies, winds pick up with a weak disturbance out of the
south, 10 to 20 miles per hour. temperatures into the 60s. 70 in morgan hill, 71 gilroy, 70 to the east in brentwood and discovery bay. mostly cloudy skies wednesday, cooler thursday. high pressure briefly builds in through friday and next shot of rain showers will be on saturday. for weeks, a bay area family feared the worst had happened to their bearded dragon named sticky. the lizard was lost last month in the mission district but sticky survived in one piece! there were once missing posters and now the flyers appeared. the return of the 18" pet, it turns out that sticky was just relaxing in his favorite tree. his owners think that the bearded dragon decided to bury himself because the weather was really wet and cold. when the sun came out, so did he. he is safe back with his family. >> sticky is back! >> looks good. >> sticky situation but he is back. >> all is good. >> that's right.
good morning to our viewers in the west. it's tuesday, november 15th, 2016. welcome to cbs this morning. president-elect trump eyes rudy giuliani to be his secretary of state. he's also looking at ways to give his older children top secret security clearance raising concerns about security clearance. >> fires burn across the southeast. plus a group of moms helping under privileged students help find a path to top colleges. it begins our new series, a more perfect union. highlighting americans from different backgrounds working together for a common good.