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other side we spoke with the carondelet student. she reported that she was sexually assaulted to the school administrators. >> to be completely honest, my school counselors have helped me a lot and my friends and just knowing that that in the long run i'll be okay. i can't stop this just because it happened. i need to show i'm not going to stop. it's not okay for this to happen to anyone and it's not okay for people around, like, society to make a person feel ashamed. >> contra costa prosecutors decided this afternoon there was not enough evidence to prosecute. they are leaving open the possibility should they get additional evidence. this decision comes as the young man was expected in juvenile court tomorrow. his family was fully expecting that he would have to face a
judge. we are getting reaction to this breaking story right now and have more at 10:00 and 11:00. >> thank you. another breaking story, this one in san francisco. a teenager has been seriously injured after a fall from a muni bus. it happened at powell and lombard at 4:30 p.m. the 13-year-old boy from san francisco middle school fell coming off a crowded bus. it's not clear if he stumbled or was bumped. our crew at the scene was told he hit his head on the curb. paramedics performed cpr and rushed him to the closest hospital. we are working to get an update on his condition. cars have been hauled away from an accident at one of san francisco's busiest intersections. lombard was closed at divisadero for more than 5 hours after the multi-vehicle crash in which one person died. this was the scene earlier. four cars collided one person killed. four others hospitalized. a witness says the white suv
blew through the light and slammed into the prius. the intersection just reopened within the past hour. new at 6:00 a heated fight putting dirt bikes against wildlife. a bay area county is suing to prevent expansion to an off road park. it's a showdown brewing for more than a decade. it would triple the size of the carnegie state vehicular recreational area east of livermore. critics think it could destroy the habitat for wildlife. da lin on the battle now headed for court. >> reporter: carnegie is one of the few parks in the bay area where people can ride dirt bikes, atvs and other off-road vehicles. the state wants to triple its side but alameda wants the state to slam on the brakes. the challenge of going down steep hillsides, dirt bike riders say the experience is unforgettable! >> usually they get to a piece of land like this you have to go up to mendocino or on the
other side of tahoe national forest. >> reporter: last month, the state voted to expand carnegie from about 1500 acres to 4600 acres. they are basically turning the pack next to it, tesla park, into an off road recreational park. >> that's wrong. we can't let that happen! >> reporter: celeste garamendi and nanzcy rod league are with the organization friends of tesla park. they say look at the trails and damage done to carnegie park. they say it's an environmental disaster. >> it scars the land. no matter how much they attempt to manage it or restore it, it's a destructive activity. reporter: the mining town of tesla is long gone but tesla park is home to rare species and native american sites. >> we are the small guys fighting the big state park system with lawsuits. it's our only recourse. >> reporter: but dirt bike riders say the carnegie expansion is a win-win
situation for everyone. they would only be allowed to ride on trails at tesla park. >> riders respect that. if they have a place they will ride on those rather than find an illegal trail and maybe do more damage. >> alameda county, friends of tesla park and other groups filed four lawsuits to stop the expansion. they want the state to preserve tesla park. in alameda county, i'm da lin, kpix 5. new at 6:00 a rematch of sorts today in the stadium showdown between the 49ers and the city of santa clara. the issue, whether taxpayer money is being used to pay the bills at levi's stadium. so are we any closer to an answer? here's what devin fehely found out. >> reporter: a team of auditors pored over financial records at levi's stadium for a second time today. their mission, to better understand the real costs and potential profits from events held at the stadium like this weekend's pac-12 championship game. >> they're not making informed decisions. >> reporter: that's because santa clara place founder says
the 49ers have refused to turn over the financial documents that are at the heart of the legal tug of war between the city -- >> we own the stadium. you cannot keep that information from us. >> reporter: -- and the team. >> no stadium in the country releases this information. >> reporter: kpix 5 has obtained a copy of this demand letter sent on behalf of the city to the 49ers outlining 15 financial documents they want the team to hand over in the next 30 days or else risk losing control of the stadium. it is just the type of transparency deborah says her organization has long been calling for. >> we cannot make an intelligent decision as a community, and i'm saying this as a taxpayer, i don't know how much that place costs to run. right now they are the fox in charge of the henhouse. >> reporter: the 49ers say big name concerts like taylor swift have generated more than $5 million for the city's general fund over the past two years. and they point to clauses in the same contract that say releasing, quote, proprietary
information would put them at a competitive disadvantage when negotiating new contracts with artists and concert promoters. >> it puts the city of santa clara and the stadium authority at a competitive disadvantage. all the profits from nonnfl events go directly to the city of santa clara. >> i understand their hesitation over the nonnfl events. but the people that they are protecting is us. if we as a city are willing to take that risk, it's our business not theirs. >> reporter: in santa clara, devin fehely, kpix 5. >> the 49ers have until a few days before christmas to hand over the documents. otherwise, the dispute will go to court probably. we are getting an inside look at the trashed san jose home where one of the bay area's most wanted a second escaped inmate made his last stand. just inside the doorway you can see the ceiling torn down. the santa clara county sheriff's office got word that rogelio chavez was hiding in the attic last night. they pumped the home full of
tear gas to flush him out. deputies eventually found him inside. he was high on drugs and had crack cocaine and marijuana on him. >> the only place to hide is either in a closet or in an attic. so they go to the attic in desperation. but it's like painting yourself into a corner. >> deputies also arrested this woman, charged with harboring a fugitive. the other escapee was arrested tuesday night. u.s. marshals got him. they escaped the night before thanksgiving by sawing through these metal bars using clothing knotted together shimmying down from the second story window. also in san jose, hazmat workers rushed to santa clara valley medical center to decontaminate a woman as she lay on the stretcher. she had been exposed to two chemicals both containing lead while she was in hollister. she is now in stable condition. there's been an arrest in a murder of a bay area dad shot and killed while cleaning up graffiti in san francisco.
kpix 5's jessica flores spoke with the victim's family today. >> reporter: jermaine jackson's daughter is painting him a picture. the 27-year-old father of two was shot dead in san francisco just doing his job. painting over graffiti at 25th and vermont streets. >> jermaine was a very good father. he was a great friend. we loved him in this community. >> reporter: his aunt says from their bayview neighborhood, his family is devastated. >> he had a bright future in front of him. you know, we really thought he made it out of this mess. and for him to be at work and someone to shoot him down, it's unfathomable. >> reporter: san francisco police today announced 26-year- old michael higginbotham has been arrested in connection with the shooting. they found the suspect in vallejo. >> it's bittersweet for us because it doesn't bring back jermaine. but yeah, we are relieved and hopefully justice will be served. >> reporter: jackson was an
apprentice with the department of public works since 2015 expected to graduate from the program next year. he was proud of his job. >> back at it again, man. >> reporter: posting about it on social media. his family says he got his life together for his two young children. >> and we don't know what we gonna say to the children. they don't understand. they just know that he didn't come home last night. and it's just -- hearing them ask for him over and over, you don't know what to say. >> reporter: his life taken while he painted. now his daughter working on a brighter happier picture for her father. in san francisco, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. >> starting tonight, south san francisco police will have more help spotting bad guys. dog walkers will double as crimestoppers. police are training people who walk their dogs in the neighborhood to become that eyes an ears. they are showing people how to look out for suspicious activity and how to report it. but they also want to remind people not to try to chase down suspects themselves. new at 6:00, facebook's
compound may be expanding. in the works, a dorm so that employees can live close to work. but not everyone is on board with that. kpix 5 reporter len ramirez talked to neighbors, who have other ideas for menlo park. >> reporter: the approval of menlo park's updated master plan clears the way for facebook to expand. on the drawing boards a sort of company town on the bay front, hundreds of apartments and dorm style rooms for facebook employees all a quick walk or bike ride from the main campus. >> we need housing. i was just hoping it would be more mouse house. >> reporter: she is a teacher at bellhaven school and lives in the neighborhood. she says facebook has been supportive of the school donating laptops. but her feelings are mixed. >> i just wish menlo park had a lot more foresight into what their plans were when they considered having facebook build here. >> reporter: neither the city of menlo park nor facebook have responded to our emails and calls asking for comment on this story. but neighbors have been quick
to respond to questions about how facebook's expansion and future growth plans are affecting them. traffic and skyrocketing housing costs are the prices neighbors pay. >> yes, they are putting in money into menlo park but it's not for us. >> reporter: leslie ramos grew up in bellhaven and is raising her family here, too. she says if you don't have a facebook salary your days here are numbered. >> there's hard working people that live here for many years that are getting kicked out that are getting pushed away, you know, um, going to modesto, going an hour two hours away and that have to drive all the way here to work because they can't afford to live here anymore. >> utter irony of it is that facebook corporation its employees need those workers as much as the rest of us. >> reporter: the palo alto neighborhood activist says the housing crisis is a regional problem. >> to not have the spectrum of housing means low quality in the community.
>> reporter: in menlo park, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> facebook's plan also includes two more large office buildings as well as a hotel. ♪[ music ] coming up, a bay area icon coming full circle. the famous full house victorian sold and the owner couldn't be more fitting. >> colin kaepernick's known for turning heads. we'll show you his big real estate play that could be a clue into his future. >> and he is a living reminder of one of the darkest days in u.s. history. the special honor for a bay area survivor of pearl harbor. 75 years after the attack. ♪[ music ] >> the real rainy season begins today december 1. we want this radar lit up for most of the winter. but right now, it's dry. find out how long it's going to stay dry coming up next. ,,,,,,
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"full house"... now we're learning the new tenant.. will th new at 6:00 is a san francisco house you can mistake, it's the home of the tanners from full house and now we are learning the new tenant will be keeping it in the family. kpix 5's susie steimle is there live and found out that neighbors aren't pleased. right? >> reporter: there has certainly been some mixed reaction to the new owner of this home. it's jess franklin the creator of full house. and the controversy is mostly about what he might do with this home. he might rent it out to
tourists and neighbors will tell you there are enough tourists here daily as it is. >> i want to check out the full house house. it's one of my favorite shows from back home. >> reporter: every day tourists stop by 1709 broderick street to take a picture of the full house house. >> it's really lovely. it's just such quintessential san franciscan house. >> reporter: neighbors will tell you after nearly 30 years of this, it can get annoying. >> over the last five years it's become more of a hassle than fun. >> sometimes it creates a traffic jam and makes it difficult. >> i live literally upstairs so there's, like, people 3:00 in the morning, like, -- >> reporter: unfortunately the street might soon be even more crowded with tourists. show creator jeff franklin just purchased the home for $4 million. he is planning to use it during some filming for netflix's sequel fuller house. >> we're back.
>> reporter: making for an even fuller street. >> i think it should be taxi only in front of the house for spots for cars. >> most of the people are nice and ask questions but they will be the type of people like i was -- do naughty things and videotape themselves in the middle of the night. >> reporter: we met a few neighbors who upset by the tourist activity here and worry about what this new owner will be like. they wouldn't go on camera. how they feel about the situation like this -- >> if i said anything, um, good about it, all my, um, building mates would probably kill me. >> reporter: as you are, the parking problems on this street are only going to persist for tomorrow. netflix is hosting a promotional event for fuller house season 2. cast members will be here taking pictures at 3:30. susie steimle, kpix 5. >> i'm sure the neighbors are
pleased about that, too. susie, see appreciate it, thank you. another hot property up for sale. it could be a sign colin kaepernick's making a play to leave the bay area. his 4600-square-foot home in san jose is on the market. the price tag $2.9 million. among the features, there's the pool, outdoor dining room, second floor alcove with a glass bottom floor that looks down on the entryway. kaepernick restructured his contract with the 49ers in october so he can opted out at the end of the season home prices have gone down in the area. one city is the exception. john ramos reports. >> reporter: take a drive- through the solano county city of vallejo and you know what you don't see? a lot of for sale signs. there aren't a lot of homes on the market right now. it's a far cry from a few years ago when this area was awash in foreclosed homes. >> it took us a longer time to
come back to liven up after the downturn in the economy so in a way we have a lot more to catch up on. our prices are low so inventory took a time to absorb. >> reporter: right now it's a boom. data from the first nine months of this yearez over last shows bay area counties with at or near double-digit declines in home sales. san francisco sales have dropped a whopping 13%. >> we thought oh, the end of september, october, things seem to be calming down a little bit. >> reporter: this realtor says vallejo's market is more stable because of its affordability. this how is 2800 square feet with views of napa and sonoma counties in the distance. is listing price, $680,000. but that's expensive in
vallejo. and after a few months on the market, it's still had no offers. it appears the bay area feeding frenzy for homes is over. >> now we are seeing a balancing out and buyers coming in sellers more reasonable. >> reporter: will it hold? yes. unless it doesn't. because the only certain thing about bay area real estate is that no one really knows what will happen next. in vallejo, john ramos, kpix 5. bart is prepared to pay a fortune to make the system safe. the board approved a $267 million contract to retrofit the nearly four-mile tunnel. work is expected to begin in 2018. it will take two years. and yes, you can expect delays. let's get to the weather. paul, we have had rain disrupted by cold clear weather. >> we have the cold part down.
now we need rainfall. this being the first day of the really wet season december, january and february, this is where we need it. and december 1, dry. december 2 and 3 dry. not much rain in the next week. hopefully we'll catch up later. highs above average. it doesn't feel like it but we're' warmer than average. we just forgot what average fields like in november and december. -- we just forgot what average feels like in november and december. fremont 61. san francisco only 58 degrees. so what's the real rainy season? more than half of our annual rainfall, a look at san francisco specifically but prevalent for the entire bay area, half our rainfall for the year falls within the next three months. san francisco 13 of 23 inches of rainfall should fall in the next 90 days. let get some storms going. great in october, good in november, start for december not so much. we have this ridge of high
pressure even if it's 800 miles away can still be a blocking ridge. one weak storm made it over the ridge yesterday and gave us a few scattered showers. we'll see that again next monday but the overall weather pattern is dominated by this ridge giving us an offshore wind tomorrow and an opportunity for temperatures about 5 degrees warmer than we had been. tonight breezy in the hills but chilly temperatures once again. cool morning. fremont 39. vallejo 43. san francisco 46. santa rosa 35 degrees. breezy throughout the day tomorrow especially at the coast and in the hills. we could see wind gusts exceeding 30 miles per hour. but since the wind is coming from land as opposed to the ocean or bay, we are looking at temperatures running a little warmer. napa 62. fremont 60. concord 62. just a few degrees. but you may notice it. san francisco tomorrow 62 degrees. if you are making plans for the weekend, you have to hang up those decorations, we'll be dry saturday and sunday. your extended forecast, two mildest days will be tomorrow
and saturday. mid-60s inland. low 60s near the bay. increasing clouds sunday. a few scattered showers monday not that big of a deal. the bigger deal is even cooler air moving in next week. >> oh. >> still planning on low to mid -- was that a sigh? >> yeah! oh! ! i saw 50s. >> abdominal sigh coming from veronica. yes. low to mid 50s. >> i was in mexico and it was 90. >> and we are here in northern california where it will be in the 50s. >> it hurts. it hurts, i'm telling you. >> thank you, paul. [ laughter ] ♪[ music ] 75 years ago a bay area man was right in the middle of one of the darkest days in american history. now, he is one of the few survivors left of the pearl harbor attacks. his bittersweet return to the uss arizona. >> and he made history on the moon. now this astronaut's latest adventure ends in an emergency rescue. the scare at the south pole. ♪[ music ] venticordi ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,
a bay area man who survived the attack on pearl harbor nearly 75 years ago is marking the anniversary. he was on the arizona when it hit. as wilson walker reports his memories of that day are still vivid. >> here is the motion picture record released by the united states navy. >> the first bombs start, we knew what was going on immediately. >> reporter: 95-year-old lou doesn't need a newsreel to know what happened at pearl harbor. he was right in the middle of it. >> i was the quartermaster third class on the 7th of december and uss arizona. we only lasted, you know, nine minutes. >> here's the actual bombing of the mighty uss arizona. >> and we took the bomb down on the starboard side forward by number 2 turret and went through five decks into the lower handling room of the forward magazines and it blew up the forward magazines. that's where you see the blast.
>> reporter: 1,177 men died that morning on the arizona. and of the 335 survivors, only five are left. >> reporter: today he was given a grand sendoff to the 75th anniversary ceremony in hawaii but isn't traveling alone. he is taking the ashes of another arizona survivor who died earlier this year at the age of 92. >> five of us left and there's three of us are going to be buried on the ship with our ashes. >> reporter: and that, he says, will be his tribute to the men he considers heroes. >> they call us heroes. we're not the heroes. the heroes are the ones who gave everything and gave their lives that day. they are still there. we came home and got married, children, grandchildren, great- grandchildren and, um, so, uhm, we're just lucky. >> reporter: in san francisco,
wilson walker, kpix 5. coming up in our next half- hour, president-elect donald trump takes a victory lap after saving hundreds of american jobs. his threat now to any company planning to leave the u.s. >> shake-up at starbucks. what a big change at the top means for the future of the coffee giant. ,,
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teenager accused of a high school sexual assault. so our top stories at 6:30 -- our top stories at 6:30 prosecutors decided not to file charges against a teenager accused of a high school sexual assault. the de la salle freshman was accused of assaulting a students from a neighboring high school last month. the contra costa county district attorney's's office telling kpix 5 there is not enough evidence to charge the teenager. a teenage boy fell off a muni bus and hit his head. the 13-year-old is an 8th grader at francisco middle school. he fell as he tried to get off the crowded muni bus at powell and lombard. the injuries are life- threatening. president-elect donald trump kicking off his election victory tour in ohio. he is touting his deal which saved jobs at an indiana fact
try and warning companies who want to leave the united states it's the topic of our snapshot poll. question: is it appropriate for trump to threaten companies that ship jobs outside the u.s.? yes it's a good policy or no, it's bullying businesses? head to cbssf.com/votenow. we'll show you the results at the bottom of your screen as they update. in the meantime, kpix 5's ken bastida has more. >> reporter: the president- elect has been inside trump tower building his team for weeks. tonight he was back in front of a large crowd for his first major public appearance since election night. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: donald trump proving he can still draw a huge crowd. the president-elect holding a rally in cincinnati the first stop on a thank you tour to the supporters who propelled him to victory. >> the end result is incredible. i love you ohio. this is a great place. i have so many friends. thank you, thank you. >> reporter: earlier, trump got
a tour of the factory where he brokered a deal to keep about 1,000 jobs in america. then he rallied with some of the workers around the plant saying, companies will be heavily taxed if they move overseas. >> companies are not going to leave the united states any more without consequences. >> reporter: according to fortune, trump personally called greg hayes, ceo of carrier's parent company, united technologies, and promised corporate tax rate reductions which would dwarf the $65 million a year the company would have saved through outsourcing to mexico. carrier announced it was closing the plant in february. >> to monterrey mexico. >> no! >> reporter: trump often talked about carrier in his campaign speeches and pledged to make it harder for the company to leave if he became president. >> he stood up for us. you know? from the get-go. nobody else would. he stood up for us and he made
good on his promises. >> reporter: while 1,000 jobs will be saved, not everyone will be kept on. >> now it's just coils and furnaces. but the coils are going to mexico. >> reporter: the job of secretary of defense will go to retired marine general james mattis. president-elect trump told the crowd in cincinnati tonight that he he picked him for the top job at the pentagon. formal announcement will come in monday. back to you. >> thank you. governor brown has made his pick for the next state attorney general. he is nominating house democratic caucus chairman javier becerra from los angeles. becerra has served 12 terms in congress succeeding kamala harris elected to the u.s. senate last month. he earned his law degree from stanford in 1984 and was stated deputy attorney general from 1987 to 1990 was a member of
the state assembly until 1992. then he was elected to congress where he now represents the 34th district. if he is confirmed xavier becerra would be the state's first latino attorney general. a woman accused of having sex with a student. corine audiat start communicating with the victim at the beginning of the year and according to officers their conversations became more inappropriate over time and then they had sex. audiat is on unpaid leave. she is charged with six felonies and a misdemeanor. >> it's an unfortunate incident. it doesn't reflect on washington high school as a whole. >> how are teachers reacting today? ? >> they are focusing on bringing back normalcy. >> the superintendent does not believe there are any other victims. a man with a shotgun opened fire on indian land in lake county killing a woman and wounding three other people.
police believe 24-year-old ezekiel bravo was the shooter. he is in jail charged with murder. authorities caught up with him this morning in clearlake a few hours after the shooting in clearlake oakes >> reporter: it happened here in clearlake oakes in that house behind me. it stemmed from a dispute between a husband and we have. she left her house and came here to hide with families. her husband bravo followed her. he walked into the home with a shotgun and a mask looking for his wife. when he couldn't find her deputies say he shot and killed the wife's aunt. shot an uncle and their 6-year- old daughter. then he tried to kidnap the wife's mother. she managed to get away and as sheriff's deputies arrived, bravo ran. they found him in a school six hours later and took him into custody without incident.
>> he is charged with murder, kidnapping, a number of violations regarding the use of a firearm in the commission of a felony and he is looking at some very, very significant charges. >> reporter: bravo is in police custody and he is not answering questions about this shooting deputies say. in lake county, emily turner, kpix 5. an apparent case of road rage ends in gunfire near the bay bridge. police say 21-year-old man was rear-ended as he was exiting the bridge in san francisco around 10:00 last night. he pulled over at fremont and folsom streets. that's when police say the other driver shot him. the suspect fled. the victim will survive. a first listen to the frantic 911 call the night rapper kanye west was hospitalized. what it is revealing about the concern for his mental health. >> and a legendary astronaut's emergency in antarctica. buzz aldrin's scare in the south pole. >> there's still time to vote in our snapshot poll. now.
a shake-up at one of the world's biggest coffee shots. howard schultz is stepping down. he will focus on-ramping up the company's high-end stores and community activism. not the first time that he stepped away from the top spot at the java giant. back in 2000, he was the owner of the seattle supersonic. before joining starbucks his replacement was at microsoft and juniper networks. we are hearing the 911 call from the home of kanye west 10 days ago.
it came on the heels of erratic behavior... including his walking off stag ongs in sacram >> the rapper ended up being hospitalized for more than a week on the heels of erratic behavior after walking often the stage after three songs in sacramento and canceling the l.a. show three hours before start. buzz aldrin's recovering at a new zealand hospital. that's after being evacuated from the south pole for medical reasons. the national science foundation says aldrin's health deteriorated while visiting the area as part of a tourist group. the 86-year-old has fluid in his lungs but is responding well they say to the antibiotics. the second man to walk on the moon is kept overnight for observation. he is stable and described as being in good spirits. tonight a kaiser family foundation poll suggests that only one in four americans wants obamacare repealed.
with president-elect donald trump taking office in january, would you rather see obamacare repealed, expanded or left alone? tweet me at #veronicadlcruz. we'll have your comments as well as poll results. come join us for bay area nightbeat at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, tiger woods look like the tiger of old. for nine holes. >> could have been something good today. >> something good is a 16-2 record. but 73 wins? >> this year i have no interest at all. >> and the most loquacious player in the nfl has a message. >> i guess karm pa gets you. doesn't look like the play-offs this year. >> which team was he talking about? the answer coming up. ,, ,,,, ♪
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we want to keep our community safe. this is our community, this is where we live. we need to make sure that we have a beautiful place for our children to live. together, we're building a better california. he of the the national aids memorial grove in san francisco's golden gate he grove" is our today is world aids day to remember those who died of aids and also the 25th anniversary of the national aids memorial grove in san francisco's golden gate park. the grove is our nation's only federally designated memorial to aids. the project spearheaded by nancy pelosi and for people
that were at today's event, it's about healing and hope. >> now today i think it's more about education remembering those who were lost and making sure that the stories, you know, that the story never dies. right? that we continue to learn from this tragedy that is the aids crisis. >> organizers want the memorial to remain a beacon of hope and to reinforce the link between san francisco and its historic significance to the aids epidemic. is it appropriate for president-elect donald trump to threaten companies that ship jobs outside the u.s. 58 say it's good. >> from our numbers to your numbers, paul. we have lots of numbers over here. but they have been lowering 40s
and 50s. nights are colder. 49 in santa rosa and livermore. warm in oakland. 57 degrees for you near the water. san francisco and all that concrete and asphalt 54 degrees. maybe there's something coming in from the north and west offshore? in this case no. we'll be dry for lots of football action in the bay area. pac-12 championship game u-dub playing colorado clear and cool in santa clara levi's stadium 58 degrees kickoff temperature. now for your first place oakland raiders, they are at home again take on the buffalo bills at that great game against carolina last weekend. watch the game on sunday. partly cloudy and cool 61 degrees. inn oakland on sunday. tonight oakland 44 degrees. vallejo 43.
concord livermore chilly mid- 50s for you. mid-30s santa rosa. napa 40. winds offshore would be a huge deal september or october. 80s or 90s even at the beach. not so in early december but it will warm us up by 5 degrees so milder tomorrow and already an increase in winds in the higher elevations. that ridge causing the offshore winds will be with us or close to us for the next five days. so no chance of rain from now until monday evening. that's when a weak front will move in giving us our next chance of a few showers. this is our wet time of year. beautiful day in san francisco tomorrow if you are coming into the city at 5:00. 57 degrees clear in san francisco. gorgeous day in campbell at the prune yards 61 degrees. maybe you will check out the lines at the park in los gatos this weekend 61 tomorrow. hayward 60 degrees. 61 in walnut creek.
61 for antioch. benicia 62. daly city sunshine 59. san rafael kent revealed corte madera, low 60s. low 60s for sonoma. 50s for clearlake and middletown. saturday warmer the warmest day for a while because sunday we increase clouds, but stay dry. couple showers monday but big story next week is even cooler with highs not even hitting 60 degrees. we'll talk about the highs with sports with dennis coming up next.
rarely does tiger woods play a competitive round..466 days since tiger last s that meant rarely does golf make the lead story in december but rarely does tiger woods play a competitive round. 466 days -- >> it's great seeing you. i thought were you dead. so no, i'm right near front of you. >> i'm not dead! >> he says he is not dead. >> yes, he is. >> i'm not. >> he hasn't really made any mistakes. >> going to try to work it back. >> in the bahamas. woods had four birdies on the first eight holes including the par 3 eight. the tee shot stops a few feet from the hole. he tapped in and was 4-under. they are going crazy. from the beach to the beach. he is 1-under on the par five 18th. a mistake.
he took the driver out and hit it into the water. >> oh-oh. >> 40 on the back nine. he finished with a 1-over 73 putting him next-to-last in the field. jb holmes is the leader at 8- under. the "usa today" nfl mvp tracker raider quarterback derek carr now ranks number one. teammate khalil mack was named the defensive player of the month and carr was glad that mack took the attention off that pinky finger. >> talk all about him. don't talk about me. i'm good with that. i'm good with doing my job and going home to my wife and kids. so talk to him. he doesn't have any kids or wife yet. so give him all the praise. >> matt was a one-man ricking crew against the panthers. he had a sack, force fumble, fumble recovery and interception for a touchdown. not a bad day. first player to do that since
former raider charles woodson in 2009. khalil mack. >> talking about being in the same category with a guy like charges woodson, it's crazy foggy that you got that text from him after the game like oh, that's what you doing now? i am like yeah, bro. that's what you wanted me to do. >> lorenzo alexander said khalil mack is headed to the hall of fame. he would see his buddy when the raiders meet the bills this sunday. alexander has 10 sacks this season 10 more than he had with the raiders when he was basically a special teams player. >> we did not see that in him or we wouldn't have let rex get him. honestly, we miss on this part where he is getting 10 sacks. he is a great young man. he played at cal right here. so it's a great story for him. i'm super happy for him. i just don't want him to get it done this weekend but happy for the year he had. >> aldon smith coming back hopefully tomorrow.
the panthers stayed in the bay area after sunday's game against the raiders. carl line from is practicing at san jose state this week before heading up to seattle. cam newton took a 12 man flag out of the crowd and threw it to the ground after his victim lap but richard sherman feel they got even with newton and the panthers. >> he crossed the line when he did that after of game? >> yeah, he probably did you know? and i guess karma gets you. doesn't look like you gonna be the play-offs this year. >> well said. [ laughter ] no disrespect to bubbleheads but the warriors are raising the bar. all fans in attendance for tonight's game will receive cardboard virtual reality viewers. >> i'm in oracle. hey, they introducing number 23. >> the warriors face the rockets tonight as they go for their 13th straight win. golden state is 16-2 which has
some people talk about being last year's record about 73 wins but draymond green isn't among them. >> i don't know what the number 73 means. >> 73, ha,ha,ha! >> last year the whole idea of doing it -- just like wow, man. this year i have no interest at all. >> i think he echoes the sentiment of that entire organization. >> you got "the count." >> everybody who has had children knows the count. remember the cereal? count chocula! >> for news lot to the evening, latest news and weather, always on cbssf.com. >> join us for nightbeat at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. and you can us back here tonight at 11. >> 11! ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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