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temperature as you head out in the north bay, a little chilly. if you're taking public transportation, you need to bundle up because temperatures in the low 40s, mid-50s and eventually we'll climb to upper 50s. we'll climb into low 60s for the afternoon but we have to start off with the cooler temperatures first. as we head in towards the weekend, i am tracking another round of showers pushing through. i'll break down the timeline for that coming up in a bit. let's get a check of the roads with mike. >> vianey, we just showed pleasant hill and b.a.r.t., no problems for temperatures or for delays for b.a.r.t. we do have things to report, capital and ace train, we'll show our drivers. but the bay bridge toll plaza showed a backup relatively late, about 5:30 when they showed all lanes backed up at the toll plaza. we see a pattern forming as they slow down around the berkeley curve. san pablos, those slower spots are starting to develop through
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concord and pittsburg. we have a crash working on the shoulder. we see light volume through hayward and light slowing into union city. the northbound routes with a little push into san jose and a little slowing as folks head to the dumbarton bridge. new this morning, for the first time we're hearing from the woman who was accusing former 49ers' linebacker ruben foster of domestic violence. foster was cut from the team and quickly picked up by washington's nfl team. >> "today in the bay's" bob redell joins us from levi stadium. >> reporter: one bit of a revelation. the woman who dated former 49er ruben foster on and off for a number of years admits she lied to the court here in santa clara county when she recanted domestic abuse allegations against foster earlier this year. in an interview this morning with abc news, alyssa ennis says
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foster did, in fact, attack her at his home in february but she dropped those allegations because she says she loved him and as part of, quote, a money scheme. she tells abc news now her love for foster is gone after he allegedly slapped her in the face during a fight this past november at the 49ers' team hotel in tampa bay, florida. foster has been charged with misdemeanor domestic violence. the 49ers did cut the linebacker from the team. ennis is stunned the washington redskins snatched him up right afterwards. >> when he got fined, i was like, i can't believe someone picked him up. i can't believe they didn't believe me even when the 49ers came up there. i have pictures of the 49ers coming up and talking to the police and said, i'm the same ex-girlfriend who sat up there and lied. i thought he was changed.
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anybody in my position would have done the same thing, you know, if they shared a family with this person. he used to come crying to me saying he didn't have anybody. if someone you love telling you they don't have anything, you do the same thing, too. that's why i did what i did, because i loved him. >> reporter: explaining why she recanted those allegations earlier this year against reuben foster. even though he's on the redskins, the league won't allow him to practice or play until his legal issue is resolved. they will, however, allow him to collect his paycheck. we have within the past 30 minutes reached out to the santa clara county district attorney's office and the san francisco 49ers to get their response to this new story. reporting live in santa clara, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> it will be interesting to see if they say anything. >> that must have been very difficult for her to speak out as well. thank you. 6:03. new this morning, parents of young children, check your
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medicine cabinets. trice formcy is recalling infant ibuprofen sold at cvs, walgreens and dollar stores. some you might have heard of like equate ibuprofen concentrated, oral suspension, cvs infants ibuprofen and well family infant ibuprofen. all the oral drops ones, basically. the affected lot may have, potentially higher concentrations of ibuprofen. that higher potency could cause infants to develop permanent kidney problems. babies also experience nausea, vomiting, headache and other gastrointestinal problems which may be associated with the reason why you're giving them that medicine in the first place. be aware and check your cabinets. 6:04. new details of a teenager behind bars in connection with homicide
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in san rafael. it's a story we've been following since tuesday. police say officers found 21-year-old friedman shot and killed behind the wheel of a parked car. they made that discovery at pickleweed park on canal street. witnesses told police a man ran from that scene after shots were fired. following an investigation, police later arrested a 17-year-old teen from fairfax. he is being held at the marin county juvenile hall. happening now, a final farewell for former president george h.w. bush. his body is lying in repose at st. martin's episcopal church in houston, texas. after four days of very public tributes and memorials, his family will say one last private good-bye. yesterday around 3,000 people filled the national cathedral in washington, d.c., including every living president and world leader. following a funeral today, president bush's body will be
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transported by train to his final resting place at the library on the campus of texas a&m university. he will be buried next to former first lady barbara bush. 6:05 right now. happening today, b.a.r.t. could make a move to speed up maintenance management for its elevator and escalator units across the b.a.r.t. system. let's take a live look outside at walnut creek b.a.r.t. station. kind of quiet right now. it gets busy there. if you are a regular b.a.r.t. rider, you've probably heard some of these announcements they're making on the platforms, talking about outages. the agency's board of directors will vote on that new pilot project this morning. if it passed, b.a.r.t. would install a remote monitoring system on 81 elevators and escalator escalators. that would help notify workers if a unit breaks down. also this morning, b.a.r.t.'s board will take up a parking issue. a lot of people have had to sign up on a wait list to park their cars at antioch stations because it's been so busy. the agency will discuss possible resolutions for those problems.
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6:06. you may recall earlier this week we told you about cheesecake factory's free giveaway. it sounded like fun. that was until things got completely out of hand. take a look at this long line here. a lot of people trying to get ahold of those free cheesecakes. this was at westfield valley mall -- valley fair mall, i should say. kris sanchez is at that creasecake factory this morning. what we saw here was pretty tame compared to other cities. >> reporter: yeah. we're talking about at least one arrest and very long lines, very bad parking jobs. a 40th anniversary celebration that was really a little less than festive. you showed us the scene at valley fair mall at cheesecake factory where i am. these are one of the folks who showed up for the 40,000 slices of free cheesecake, offer nationwide to celebrate the
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factory's 40th anniversary. door dash app was to deliver them for free. you can see drivers in the red shirts waiting for the slices. cheesecake shut it down early and at that point the line of people was out the door, the line of cars was down the street. some of them door dash delivery drivers. now, in virginia near washington, d.c., at least one person was arrested. the crowd inside and outside the restaurant got unruly with folks double parking. one of the folks police asked to leave refused to listen and struggled with the officers. that person was arrested for disorder ly conduct. there's no mention of any of what happened yesterday with the cheesecake factory giveaway on their website but there is an offer for free door dash delivery on meals and desserts through next tuesday. we don't know at this point whether this was an effort to make good or if this was a previously planned promotion. i did reach out to cheesecake factory and door dash, which, of course, is based here in san
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francisco for comment to see what they thought of how this giveaway worked out. we haven't heard back yet. but if you tried to get a free slice, we would love to hear from you. join the conversation on facebook and twitter this morning. kris sanchez, "today in the bay.." >> that cheesecake is good. >> what crowd out there. 6:on t09. >> the ninth annual drag queens on ice being held in union square in san francisco. scott weiner will be in attendance and also speak at that event. it begins at 8:00 tonight. the weather should cooperate. >> definitely will. that rain moved out and into the afternoon. we'll have some nice, clearing skies and pretty comfortable weather. if you're heading outside for any type of activity, though, keep in mind the temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s. let's take you on a tour of the bay area so you can get a closer look. morgan hill, 62 degrees. gilroy, 60.
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upper 50s in san jose. as we head to the east bay, we'll see similar conditions as well. 62 degrees for hayward in through danville, 61. further into the interior valleys all through antioch, we're talking 60 degrees. along the peninsula, upper 50s as well. we'll get plenty of sunshine today, drying out through tomorrow. next rain chance moves in on sunday. let's get a check of the roads with mike. >> the roadways are looking pretty good. our lighter volume of traffic. overall, san jose did until a couple seconds ago. crash in the center divide. no major issues 101 north of 680. they were able to settle the paperwork and clear out. systemwide delay reported for capital corridor. signal issue between richmond and martinez. that will result in delay on all the trains coming throughout area. i don't know the details. check the website. they'll continue to update that. delay for train 1.
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we have no major problems for the rest of the bay. a couple of fender-benders on the shoulders and the backup at the bay bridge. 6:10 right now. coming up at 6:25 this morning, a big story developing overseas while you slept. the search is on for a missing marine after a crash near japan. the possible update we have for you this earning month. plus, in breaking business news, lyft filing for an ipo. we'll tell you everything you need to know in business and tech. >> 800 feet in the air! >> oh, my. all new this hour, trick shot for the ages. see this harlem globe trotters' big leap above vegas. i am a family man.
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in fact, enrollees pay an average of $5 per day. see how little it costs to get covered. visit coveredca.com today. sflu good morning. it is 6:14. as you're heading out the door, if you're taking public transportation, you probably noticed you've been waking up to pretty cool temperatures. we're at 40 at 7:00 a.m. we'll temperature trend upward to the 50s, upper 50s this afternoon. only topping out in the low 60s. dress accordingly. i'll have a look at what you can expect for your daytime highs and a look ahead at the weekend. your transportation in oakland on the nimitz, just fine. b.a.r.t. not reporting any
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delays. you see you have more traffic flow. i have a new alert. i'll check out what's going on into the berkeley area. happy thursday. happy hanukkah. these numbers on my wall are the same numbers that i showed you wednesday. nothing's changed because the markets were closed for the national day of mourning. believe it or not, we expect this to get worse today. wells fargo firing more executives over its account scandal. lamb research in fremont, i'll get to them in a second but we have breaking business news. san francisco's lyft says it's filed the paperwork necessary to take the company public. that is, sell shares in an ipo. details are thin because lyft is filinging a new filing under new law that keeps us from seeing most of the information. the s.e.c. still has to approve the idea. lyft is, so far, beating uber to the market. the ceo of fremont's lamb
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research has resigned, seen here on cnbc. the company he's leaving under ak you -- the company, rather, says he's leaving under accusations of improper behavior. that makes him the fourth chip industry ceo to leave his job under an accusation. major news in the balgs between the u.s. and china. the chief financial officer for the chinese firm has been arrested in canada and reports say the u.s. is going to try to get her extradited here. not only is she the cfo, she's the daughter of the company's founder. we're not sure why she's been arrested. canada not been forthcoming. it may be an accusation that huyai is exporting technology to iran. they have offices here in silicon valley. it's the second largest cell phone maker in the world behind samsung. the arrest was saturday. we're only learning about it now. now, that was the same day that president trump met with president xi. american trying to restart
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negotiations with the chinese over trade. one of the sticking points is the use of american technology and corporate secrets. so, there's a lot to know here, a lot to find out. didn't the white house know the executive was going to be arrested? the justice department is separate from the white house. that's an issue we've been talking about for a while now. did they know ahead of time? did they find out after? i guarantee you the daughter of the founder of huawei being arrested and extradited to america is getting the attention of the highest level of chinese government. >> thank you. 6:17. so, we like to rest on our days off but what about a harlem globe trotter? i'm sure it involves playing basketball but not quite in the traditional way. i want you to check out this vid video. >> that was pretty right there. the globe trotter right there, hammer harrison, took to the skies above las vegas earlier this week for the world trick
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shot day and set a new world record for the world's highest slam dunk. >> i want to see it again. >> play it again, sam. >> so he jumps out of a plane -- >> no, i think it's a building, the stratosphere. you can do those drops daily there, but -- >> it's not a little drop, marcus. >> big drop. >> you're only 6'4". >> can you dunk, marcus? >> depends on how low the -- >> true. >> like with style, though? >> not as great as they used to be. >> how tall are you? >> 6'4". >> what's the height of the net? somebody tell me. somebody school me on that. right now we are seeing a bit of a change in the weather. if you're going outside shooting some hoops, you should be fine. satellite/radar, you can see we have changes in the weather pattern.
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over the north bay we have clearing skies but we are still seeing plenty of activity and plenty of moisture down in southern california. we welcome the rain here, gladly considering we even need it through so cal. look at the rain. this is a look at the radar coming down steady through bakersfield. that means if you're taking this drive from the bay area down to l.a., make sure to check the road conditions because it's going to be a soggy commute. still seeing scattered showers through the monterey area into the afternoon. closer to home, you can see storm ranger now, beautiful, clear picture. we saw the last of the moisture trickle out. let's take you through the timeline of what we can expect full-blown sunshine. by 7:30 a.m. we still have clouds through napa. if i fastforward this, a couple clouds remain, they linger. down through the south bay as
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well. we start clearing out nicely up to the north bay in through the city and along the peninsula. by 5:30, 6:00, not a cloud in sight. we get clearing conditions through friday morning. as we head into tonight and tomorrow, don't be surprised if you do catch patchy fog along the coast and through the interior portions and through the north bay. temperatures at 36 degrees for santa rosa. one of the coldest spots this morning. 56 for napa down through the interior valleys, we're talking low 50s. into the afternoon, here's a look at what you can expect. upper 50s in san jose. in through the east bay, 60s as well. we've got the peninsula temperature a little breezier. we'll go into the 60s across the board the next seven days. the next chance of rain doesn't move into next sunday. we have plenty of time to enjoy the sun. >> or dunk the basketball. i don't want my buddies to give me a hard time. 10 feet.
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here's a disabled vehicle reported 84 just before you get to university coming off the dumbarton bridge. we do have a new crash west 80 and gilman. looks like everything is getting off close to golden gate bridge. we have more traffic out of concord down into walnut creek. south 680 shows a little slowing and that's the worst for contra costa county. bay bridge, fast track lanes and lanes off to the right show a crowd. lanes off to the left show a lighter flow indicating a lighter flow through the maze. in the north bay, no problem. southbound 101 curves at terra linda. these folks will be greeted with clear roadways down to the golden gate bridge. back to you. all new this morning, a big update to a story we started covering back in march. you might recall the dramatic video from a barber shop shooting in san francisco. the suspect who was shot and killed by police is taking --
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we have just learned that a military member is dead. initially overnight -- things were more positive - 6:24. developing overseas. we just learned a military member is dead. initially overnight things were more positive because they found a second crew member. this was involving a crash of two u.s. warplanes. a marine corps jet collided with a refueling plane in western japan about 18 hours ago. five crew members are still missing. the rescued crew members are said to be in fair to good condition. new this morning, a first look at the golden globe nominations. >> they were just unveiled in the last hour in hollywood. globes are awarded by the hollywood foreign press association to honor acting in films and television. here's a look at some nominees for best motion picture dramas, "a star is born," black panther,
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black klansman and bohemian rhapsody. for a full list, head to our website, nbcbayarea.com. sandra oh and andy sandberg will host the golden globes. you can watch it right here. >> i've seen all of those. >> i have some catching up to do. still ahead, we're working several brand-new stories on this thursday morning. stolen goat, the big drama in the south bay right now. the search right now for a group of 60, some of them pregnant goats. and the impact it's having on a local company. plus, target find. the environmental reason the retail giant will have to pay up in the bay area. new reporting overnight which shows a bus driver shortage in san francisco twice as bad as first thought. you're watching "today in the bay." -stock market opens
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a very good thursday morning to you as we quickly approach 6:30. we're awaiting the stock market's open this morning, as well as all these traders. tuesday saw nearly an 800-point drop. we're not expecting the numbers to be good. they're clapping right now because that's the opening bell. that's what they're waiting for. good morning to you. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. we want to go over to vianey in for kari with a look at the morning forecast for us.
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>> you know, as the sun starts to rise, it's still dark out there, it will be dryer. look at the pretty clouds we're seeing over san francisco. we still have plenty of cloud cover but the rain has made its exit, which is fantastic because we get a break from it before we see its return. 53 degrees. wind speeds very calm. in do untown san jose, your tempted trend into the afternoon, 40 degrees through 8:00 a.m. by 9:00 a.m. we warm up into the 50s. it's not going to be a warm afternoon. the temperatures are expected to very cool. we're talking low 60s in through the interior valleys. now let's get a check of the roads with mike. >> we're looking at a calm drive around the bay. lighter volume of traffic we expect this time of year and also on a thursday. south bay a little build now and a little slowing for san mateo bridge. west 80 at central avenue, we have a crash blocking the left
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lane heading towards the golden gate field area. we also have this fill, which is mild. we might see more cars hit the roadways. the capital corridor there's a signaling issue so they have systemwide delays. it's almost a half hour for that delay now. 6:31. this police shooting may be a little hard to make out. it shocked the community. officers killed a man inside a san francisco barbershop and this morning the family of that man that was shot and killed will announce plans to file a lawsuit against the police department. "today in the bay's" sharon joins us from san francisco. i understand you got the complaint just minutes ago? >> reporter: yes, that's right. the arab resource center just sent me the complaint. you may recall this shooting happened last march and several victims got caught in the crossfire, including a police officer. this happened at the barbershop, the dramatic video released by police shows the chaos that
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unfolded in the barbershop. police say the family of jaheed eid called 911 and said he tried to break into the garage. police later spotted him at the barbershop and that's when police say he fired at police nine times. officers fired 26 shots, killing him. five others who were shot, including an officer, survived. at a heated town hall meeting, barbershop workers and some families said police could have approached him differently. the police chief said he would look into those concerns. the complaint says eid was a palestinian muslim and claims police were, quote, overly aggressive in attending to this situation. now, the family is expected to release more details of this lawsuit in front of city hall at 11:00 today. reporting live in san francisco, "today in the bay." >> thank you. it is 6:32 right now. new this morning there's a mystery in morgan hill. livestock owners hope you can
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help solve. it vovldz tinvolves the goats i video. they usually help fire prevention issues, chomping on brush. over the thanksgiving holiday weekend, thieves stole at least 20 of the goats from their home base on a farm in morgan hill. necessity also stole a trailer which has since been found but without the goats. some are pregnant. goat owners say the theft has crushed their business. if you know anything, you're asked to contact the santa clara county sheriff's office. san jose police are talked about an organized crime bust in the south bay. special agents arrested four men last month. they're accused of manufacturing and selling drugs across the bay area and transporting those drugs across state lines. agents conducted raids at warehouses in the bay area and four other states. in the bay area alone, police say they seized more than 800 pounds of marijuana along with steroids, hash oil, ecstasy and weapons, including a
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rocket-launcher. some of it, we see right here on your screen. investigators say that bust was two years in the making. 6:33 right now. new this morning, targeting -- target, actually, is reaching a statewide multimillion dollar settlement over allegations over illegal hazardous waste disposal. the state district's attorney and alameda da announcing the corporation will may more than $7 million. in a statement, target spokesperson said the company had, quote, made significant progress in the way we handle hazardous waste. 6:34 right now. new this morning we're learning muni's driver shortage is almost twice as bad as first started. as "the chronicle" reports new analysis shows on any given day the sf mta has nearly 1900 full-time drivers available. 2300 is the number needed for service. that shortfall is more than twice what the agency reported over the summer. the driver deficit is causing a lot of delays and overcrowding. happening today, the head of
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general motors is in the hot seat once again. mary barra will talk with congress a second straight day. here's tom costello. >> reporter: good morning from the capitol hill where the ceo of gm is in full damage control. mary barra going from congressional delegation to congressional delegation explaining why they're closing four plants. >> we're looking at opportunities across the country for them to be able to transfer. >> reporter: taxpayers bailed out gm to the tune of $14 billion only eight years ago. her answer to that question and what the hope is for those people who are being laid off just before christmas coming up on towed. while we track that story, we feel for those people, still not going to inc. cha the number of cars we see on the roadways, which right now manageable. south bay shows your northbound push. coming out of the tri-valley we have typical slowing.
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south 680 and 84 as well, just heading down from sunol. a crash before the castro valley "y" slows down. that makes things lighter on the transition towards the nimitz. the middle of your screen there, west 80 around gilman, things are slowing down. looks like a tow truck has arrived and you'll find traffic bunching up around golden gate field. there's the bay bridge. i'm looking at fast track lanes. closer to us is an easier drive, lighter flow of traffic. i know it's more distracting is the awesome look at clouds and sunri sunrise. >> very picturesque. >> i did that for you guys. >> thank you. >> you're so talented. >> put it on the refrigerator. >> do you study art on the weekends? >> big weekend for it. >> speaking of the weekend, the rain will not follow us into the weekend but it may creep into our sunday night.
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it's a give and take. saturday coast and inland temperatures will be in the upper fiblgup upper 50s and low six. we'll have cloud cover but mostly sunshine for the coast, bay and inland areas. now, let's talk about that sunday because this is when you're going to notice those changes rolling through. but have no fear, sunday morning you'll start off pretty clear out there. it isn't until sunday evening into the late hours that we'll start to see those clouds really come in heavy, along with some moisture in the area. those temperatures will remain in the 50s, though. we'll keep that chance of rain for the coast, bay and inland areas not just for sunday night but also through monday morning. i want to show you your heavenly forecast because there's plenty of snow up there. so far right now, it looks like it will be perfect driving conditions. if you had plans to head up there this weekend, temperatures will be in the 40s. they still have plenty of snow up there. we'll get some sunshine, which means the road travel should be pretty good if you're headed anywhere near the sierra. pless share photos with me. i would love to share how the
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snow is looking. >> thanks for that. next in our news for you right here on "today in the bay," a major update in the story we worked for months. a big decision on whether work on a south bay catholic school can move forward. at 6:55, a big vote today on a problem b.a.r.t. riders know all too well. the change you may notice if directors say yes. both parties in the u.s. senate uniting against the president. let's take you to the big board where the dow industrials have fallen another 380 points. they fell 800 points in the last session. that's more than 1,000 in two days. you're watching "today in the bay."
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(time check ( good morning. it's 6:41. i thought i'd show you a picture of what it looks like in tahoe. this is using our weather underground cameras. look at all that snow. i'll have a look at what you can expect not just in tahoe but, of course, throughout the bay area coming up. cool shot, though. san mateo bridge moving smoothly. i'll show you a problem and maybe an alternate if you're trying to get here from portions of the tri-valley. 6:41 right now. watch closely from the right corner of your screen right there. you'll see two boulders there. one of which flies straight into the windshield of that car
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there. we'll slow down that video, that same video actually captures a video of what appears to be a man hurling the rocks. this is video from dash cam on that car. this is sunday afternoon when it happened on interstate 680 near berryessa in san jose. the driver says since posting her video online, others are reporting similar things happening to them near that same location. >> there's some cases that people think they saw this guy and he did that before. >> this is also gotten the chp's attention. they're now investigating. they want a lot of help from anyone who might have been able to provide or be able to provide more information for them. 6:42. new details on a story we've been following for you for months. south bay leaders have shot down plans for a new catholic high school in morgan hill. san jose's diocese owns the land and wants to build the school, but for that to happen, it requires the city of morgan hill to first annex the land.
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that's in order to allow the land to be within city limits to allow for city services. a santa clara county open states commission voted to deny that bid. happening today, the oakland a's start their new stadium pitch online in a unique effort to inform fans. the team is holding a facebook live event today with bay area planners and stadium designers. fans are encouraged to submit their questions ahead of time. the question and answers start at noon today. a look at all of this, still a lot to do ahead for them before those shovels hit the ground. the team really hopes to move into a gleaming new waterfront stadium near jack london square by the year 2023. and 6:43. new this morning. a top aide for senator kamela harris is in a new lawsuit. larry waddell has been a long-time staff member who served as director of law enforcement under harris when
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she was state attorney general. now, as sacramento bee reports, wallace paid about $400,000 to settle a gender harassment claim during that time. he was accused by his former executive assistant in 2016. wallace later transitioned to work for harris as senate adviser in her sacramento office. he hasn't commented but a spokeswoman for senator harris wrote, we are unaware of the issue and take the accusations of harassment extremely serious. google ceo likely trying to make amends for missing a major senate hearing earlier this year. as we've discussed so many times, silicon valley suddenly realizing how poor its relationship is with washington. president trump tweeted insults at google several times. the ceo will meet with trump today along with the heads of redwood city's oracle and other companies.
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the google ceo was supposed to testify to congress this week as well. it's been postponed because of the national day of mourning on wednesday. on other news, the senate teaming up to defy president trump. both parties, california's dianne feinstein and republican senator from south carolina, lindsey graham, have co-sponsored a senate resolution squarely blaming saudi prince mohammad bin salman for the death of a virginia journalist. president trump has said about mbs, well, maybe he did, maybe he didn't. that's a direct quote from the president. today's news is significant for a couple of reasons. one, you've got a bipartisan move in the senate against the president. democrats and republicans coming together. two, they came to this conclusion that mbs was involved after a briefing from the director of the cia. but a previous briefing from the secretary of state had let mbs off the hook, which means either
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the cia or the state department misled the senate. and based on the senate's reaction today, it's pretty clear they think it was the secretary of state, mike pompeo, who was leading them down the wrong path. that is going to be tough on pompeo's credibility. we're watching the stock market this morning. we're watching the gm -- ceo of gm talking to senators this morning. we'll update you about it on twitter. you can find me ther there @scottmcgrew. looking for a christmas gift for that special girl? first ever marijuana-infused perfume is available in oregon. don't buy it for me. it's made with essential oils of marijuana, lemon oil, tobacco and frankincense. they describe it as elegant, woodsy and warm scent. >> everyone's very intrigued in this scent. they're even more surprised at how elegant it ends up smelling when they experience it. >> the pot perfume does not contain thc, meaning it can't
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get you high. you will have to pay a high price, though. a bottle will cost you $95. >> i'm going to stick to the florals. >> the element of tobacco in the pot fperfume, that's just overloading -- >> vianey, you sound intrigued? >> i'm good. >> scratch that off your list. and mike? >> i'll take it. >> it's unisex. >> you know what, the air is going to feel very refreshing. i don't think it's going to smell like that, but it might smell nice and clear because of all that rain that swept through, that typically makes the air feel fresh and very nice. look at our storm ranger. you can see not a lot going on on the radar. that's because a lot of that moisture is far off down to the south. let me show you what it looks like using our satellite radar. this kind of gives you a wider picture you can see. we have a system off the coast. down near southern california, they're still seeing plenty of rain. up the big sur coast as well.
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because we still have this system, we could see an increase in our swell into the afternoon. that means taller waves, northwesterly swell coming in pretty good, which means we could see breakers of 20 feet. keep an eye on that. right now, the temperature is 37 degrees in santa rosa. 46 for napa. 50 degrees for san jose. and your hour-by-hour outlook. we've still got those beautiful clouds that are still adorning the clouds right now. that cloud cover will linger for the next couple of hours through san rafael, clouds through san francisco and even portions of morgan hill and san jose. notice that cloud cover sticking around by 2:30, we'll still see clouds through santa cruz. it will be cloudy and muggy through morgan hill. by 5:00, look at the cloud cover that makes its exit. not only will the rain be making its exit, so will the clouds. that will make way for plenty of sunshine. not just today but also into tomorrow. microclimate highs for today
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will be in the 50s. 58 degrees for san jose. we'll still get a couple of 60s. take a look at your east bay temperatures. 68 degrees for walnut creek. 59 for pittsburg. along the peninsula, 59 for san mateo. 59 for redwood city and upper 50s for the city. over the next seven days, sunshine plays in your friday through saturday. sunday we start off with sunny skies and then notice the p.m. rain. that means the rain will move in late sunday night into sunday morning. then we sort of clear out again by tuesday and wednesday. we've still got a little moisture trickling in thanks to another system that's expected to swoop in. this will also bring chances in the inland area sunday night into monday. for now, look at the beautiful three days we've got just up ahead. it's going to be a weekend to enjoy outdoors. mike, how are the roads? >> looking pretty good, vianey. we have a looter volume of traffic. overall, a couple of delays to report. the first one shows up on our travel time.
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this is ugly. we've been fluctuating between 55 and 60. this is about an hour from highway 4 down the upper east shore freeway. the continued issue is that crash i told you about west 80, your commute direction over there at gilman. doesn't look that bad because we typically see the problems in berkeley. the rest of the bay shows a nice, smooth drive as far as the south bay goes. we have the build on schedule out here. as we get over to the castro valley "y" we're looking at westbound 580. things are gummed up out of dublin and to the split, 238 and 580, the crash blocks one lane. let's show you waze. getting you from san ramone into the tri-valley and into the same area where that crash is right about there, it's mapping it at about an hour. waze maps out two other timed
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routes. we save you up to 15 minutes right now if you're leaving san ramone. waze will stick with you and the rest of the nbc7 team. back to you. 6:51 right now. happening now, the salvation army got quite the donation in one of its red kettles in missouri this week. someone dropped off a unique gold coin. the rare coin worth about $1300. salvation army doesn't know who made that donation. a spokesperson for the salvation army says the charity plans to sell the coin and then use that money for its community projects. >> really nice there. we got much more next right here on "today in the bay." a quick look at those top stories including a big warning for you parents out there. the infant ibuprofen recall issued overnight. and ride share, a big business story that just broke. san francisco's lyft taking that big step in its fight against uber. all new for you, cheesecake
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chaos, long lines and tensions at stores across the country all for free cheesecake, including one right here in the bay area. what went wrong and the rest that has people talking. we're back in two minutes. null
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before you head out the door, here are the top stories on today in the bay-- . welcome back. before you head out the door, it's 6:54. here are the top stories on
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"today in the bay." >> new this morning, parents of young children or caregivers, check those medicine cabinets. infant liquid ibuprofen is being recalled sold at walgreens, cvs and family dollar stores. it's sold under some brand names, including equate infant ibuprofen. it's the concentrated oral suspension one. cvs health infants ibuprofen concentrated as well, and family wellness infants ibuprofen, concentrated oral. those are the drops, basically. the company says the affected lot may have, quote, potentially higher concentrations of ibuprofen. and a higher potency could cause infants to develop permanent renal or kidney problems. babies also may experience nausea, vomiting, headaches or other gastrointestinal problems. new this morning, san francisco's lyft hits the ignition on the path going
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forward. they filed the initial paperwork to go public. they didn't share how much those shares will go for. there's also no clear timeline and when the ipo might happen. wall street speculates it will be likely some time next year. the nation is paugz to remember george h.w. bush. here's a live look just outside of that church there, st. martin's episcopal church in texas. that's inside. you can see people gathering there. president bush passed away friday at the age of 94. after four days of very public tributes and memorials, today his family will say one last private good-bye. that funeral starts today and his body will be transported by train to his final resting place at his presidential library on the campus of texas a&m university. new details, a teenager is behind bars in connection to a homicide in san rafael. it's a story "today in the bay" has been following since
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tuesday. police say officers found 2 is-year-old friedman shot and killed behind the wheel of a parked car. they made the discovery at pickleweed park on canal street. witnesses told police a man ran from that scene after shots were fired. following an investigation, police later arrested a 17-year-old from fairfax. he's being held in the marin county juvenile hall. happening today, b.a.r.t. could make a move to speed up maintenance management for its elevator and escalator units across the b.a.r.t. system. we have a live look outside the walnut creek b.a.r.t. station. if you are a regular b.a.r.t. rider, you probably heard some announcements on the platforms talking about outages. the board of director will vote on the new pilot project this morning. if passed, b.a.r.t. would install a remote monitoring system on 81 elevators and escalators. that would help notify workers if a unit breaks down. also the board will take up the parking issue. many people have had to sign up on a wait list to park at
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antioch stations because it's so busy. they'll discuss resolutions for the problem. the cheesecake factory was celebrating their 40th anniversary by offering up to 40,000 slices of free cheesecake with free delivery from san francisco-based doordash. the lines were out the door with regular folks and doordash delivery drivers as well. you can see the people in the red shirts, the doordash delivery people, the cars were lined up and down the street as well. this location actually had to shut down the promotion early, but at the cheesecake factory near washington, d.c., in virginia, employees had to call police. the crowd inside and outside that restaurant got unruely. one of the people there police asked to leave refused to and struggling with police officers there. we reached out to the cheesecake factory and doordash for
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comment, they're not yet talking. >> they're too busy getting the cheesecake. >> i wonder how long that took to finally get your cheesecake. >> i think in some cases they didn't. >> maybe it was worth the wait. >> how are we looking? it was drizzly early this morning. >> early this morning. now the rain has cleared out. our radar is nice and dry. look at how it's going to look the next seven days. into today, which means this afternoon, we'll still get some cloud cover but it will clear out nicely. by tomorrow morning we'll have plenty of sunshine. temperatures in the 60s. we'll stay dry through saturday. even in through sunday morning early morning. we have -- actually tracking -- >> there may be a truck fire. >> it's poblg. we're looking at the crash i've been following west 80 around golden gate field area. i hear there may be a truck on the shoulder as well and the trailer may be on fire. the trailer may be hauling fuel. there's a lot of maybes so that can with us on twitter. no major problems as far as the other agencies are concerned.
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but i'm following that one closely. >> we're back at 7:25 with another local news update. we'll check back with you. thanks for joining us this morning. >> we'll be back at 11:00 for more news on nbc bay area. good morning. final journey home. the celebration of george h.w. bush's life shifts to his beloved city of houston after three days of tributes in our nation's capitol. the emotional sendoff filled with tears. >> the best father a son or daughter could have. >> laughter. >> he loved a good joke but he never, ever could remember a punch line. and love. >> overnight a touching new tribute on a navy ship that bears his name while the bush family prepares to lay their

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