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this is kpix 5 news. just when you thought the b.a.r.t. saga was over, tonight we learned they made a very big mistake. >> we could hear a grown right now from commuters. what is going on? >> reporter: you know, i am growing with them. the lates chapter in the b.a.r.t -- latest chapter in the b.a.r.t. saga, this could send negotiations back to square one. >> reporter: just when riders thought it was over the dispute is back. remember the contract that ended the b.a.r.t. strike? management now said there is a
glitch in it. >> stuff happens is all i can say. >> reporter: he told us buried in the contract when is hundreds of pages is a provision that gives workers six weeks of family leave, b.a.r.t. management said that shouldn't have been in the contract. >> we don't know how it got in there and we are trying to work with the unions to resolve this. >> reporter: the unions already ratified the contract and in a statement they said b.a.r.t. management is attempting to go back on an agreement that was part of the final deal. b.a.r.t. board members plan to meet to talk about the problem tomorrow. >> reporter: is there a responsibility that worse case scenario we could be looking at another b.a.r.t. strike? >> i don't think that is -- that has much potential but, of course, anything is possible.
>> reporter: the next step is for b.a.r.t. management to figure out how costly this mistake could be. they are trying to calculate how much it would cost to give them six weeks paid family time out. christin ayers, kpix 5. >> and they will go a week from today. tonight what looks like another hate crime involving a transgender teen. >> reporter: surprising when you look at this video that no one was injured during the fight but the police department is looking at whether or not this is a hate crime. >> i heard screaming and then everybody ran out. >> reporter: this is what hercules high school student saw yesterday afternoon. a fight between a group of girls and a transgender teen.
>> a bunch of teachers trying to stop it. >> reporter: administrators tells us the transgender teen started the fight after being taunted. all over campus there are signs like this one warning disruptive conduct could lead to fines and jail time. the fight with the transgender teen comes days after an agender teen was set on fire on a bus in oakland. it is leaving parents to tackle tough conversations about right, wrong and fighting. we got a sketch of a guy who sexually assaulted a student at deanna college. white man, early 20s. it happened last week in the bath room. the victim said the man was
also a student. a big thank you tonight to everyone who donated during our telethon to raise money for the red cross typhoon relief effort. we raised $376,792. that money will go a long way. 2300 people donated. a viewer in fremont saw our telethon mismorning and wanted to -- this morning and wanted to help so she drove in to help answer the telephone. >> americans are so active in service. we know in the nursing field how many filipino americans are there to take care of us. this is a time for us to take care of those suffering.
>> military sade finally -- aid is finally reaching the philippines. tripling the number of helicopters to deliver supplies. 5,000 crew members are on board. medical clinics are over crowded with patients and there is hardly enough medicine and doctors to treat them. doctors say the biggest need is food and water. if you missed the phone lines during the telethon you can still give at www.cbs5.com/donate. president obama has done an about face. >> that is on me. i mean, we fumbled the roll out on the healthcare law. >> the president said he would try to fix the problems. he apologized for people having policies canceled and said they would be allowed to keep them for another year. a protest at kaiser today.
they will be closed down at the end of the week. those who would use that hospital would have to take their kids to oakland to get care. the closure is due low patient count and by consolidating it is improving the care children receive. we told you about a recall of pre-packaged salads because of e.coli. a woman is suing after she said she got sick and had to go to the hospital. she says she still feeling the system of her e.coli infection. less than an hour away from crab season. things will be different this year. new law caps the number of trap as boater can set to 500. that will level the playing field for the smaller boats. first word from early catches should be a good season and expect to pay 5 buck as pound.
for the third time in a week burglars stole a fortune from the san jose school district. the $90,000 heist. >> reporter: it is a tough lesson to learn for kids in elementary school that someone would break into their classrooms. >> i think that is just -- i don't know. just mean. >> steal the computers and tablets that helped them learn. >> it is horrible. it effects the whole school. >> they are going in over the weekend and taking large amounts of electronic equipment. so we are trying to determine is this one group of people, is it random. >> they were hit first losing 31 laptops and 31 ipads and 19 computer missing from a storage room. a day later more computers stolen. and two of the three cases there were no signs of forced entry into the rooms.
>> that could mean the door wasn't locked. >> the theft heard river glen hard where parents and students held fund raisers to buy it themselves. >> to see my daughter's face, wondering why would they do such a thing, is it somebody from the neighborhood, why would they do this. >> reporter: len ramirez, kpix 5. we saw tweets from people asking what happened with a radio station. at 7:00 p.m. their transmit started losing power. they found and fixed the problem. in an hour the people at this game stop in san jose will get their hands on the play station 4. the system is one of the hottest items for the holidays. >> huge fan.
i am there. excited. >> the model starts at 399. features upgraded hardware and a blu-ray player but it will not work with orlando play station game -- with older play station games. blind man and his guide dog, the man claims they were kicked off a plane leaving philadelphia last night. the airline claims he let his dog run a muck and caused a scene. >> i was not abusive at all. i heard the dog was running up and down the aisle. now, that plane can't be more than 25 feet long. there is not even enough room. >> the plane never left the ground. the flight was canceled after passengers got upset after how the man was treated.
largest asian communities outside of china but the population is shrinking. >> reporter: china town has been a gateway for immigrants since the gold rush. they live together, shop for familiar foods and socialize. but something happening that threatens the survival of this community. on average a 17% drop in the chinese population around china town in the past 10 years. >> the main reason is because they are forced out. >> reporter: property values shot up because of the tech boom so landlords are getting out of the business. econvicting 10 wants so they could sell their units.
there are two apartment buildings being converted. that means a half dozen families will disappear on this one block alone. including him and his wife. they lived in their neighborhood for 30 years. they have till february to move out. [ speaking foreign language ] >> stressful. nights when i can't sleep over this. i don't know where to go. as seniors i really worry whether or not any landlord will rent to me. >> reporter: they live on social security checks and get subsidized for their unit. their share just under $500. a one bedroom is now going for $3,000 a month. housing counselors believe that will be disastrous for them and
others like them because they depend on their community to survive. >> medical needs. they can go to the doctors. they rely on the services here. >> reporter: protesters rallied against the eviction but the law is on the side of real estate. still as they disappear there is also an impact on the economy. >> as we see the neighborhoods changing there may be a different demand. >> reporter: he asked why a law would allow anyone to econvict an old woman like her. -- evict an old woman like her. >> reporter: is linda yee, kpix 5. >> property prices are also blamed in new york city and
philadelphia. one mother is caught between a rock and a hard place. a judge told her to stop breast- feeding so she could stay with her father two days a week. it is part of a custody agreement. the mom says there is nothing agreeable about it. >> he said she should be on formula or why isn't she on formula. i am feeling frustrated. hurt. trying to keep from crying. >> the mom says she can't pump enough to feed her daughter for two days and she won't take a bottle. if she doesn't follow the order her daughter could be taken away. bat kid arrived and tomorrow san francisco will be transformed into gotham city to make one boy's wish come true. we are seeing signs of it around the city tonight.
>> reporter: we are. look here. this is the grand hyatt hotel. tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. commissioner gordon will send out the signal and the adventures will begin. >> this will be epic tomorrow. it is bat kid eve. >> reporter: turning san francisco into gotham city for a 5-year-old is one challenge but the amount of interest, the number of people wanting to help is off the charts. >> my goal was to have 200 volunteers. we over shot that. over 13,000. >> reporter: he has already won a big battle against leukemia. he is now in remission. [ music ] >> reporter: when he goes to battle tomorrow as the bat kid he will take on the riddler, penguin and the joker.
he gave bat kid a lesson. >> he went up there. all the way up there and he did flying trap ease. he flew out over the whole room and then one kid came down into the net. everyone was clapping. >> people from all over the world are applauding, celebrating his story with pictures and posters. >> this outpouring of love is incredible. inspired. i hope it will serve more children. i hope it helps makes his day incredible tomorrow. >> reporter: tomorrow bat kid will save a damzel in distress and he will receive the key to the city from the mayor at city hall and that is where volunteers will come into play. they put out a mock up of what
they will pass out tomorrow. glorifying a hero who has become an inspiration to us all. >> amazing. >> fantastic. >> i heard adam west, the actor who played bat man on tv, he actually called to see how he could help out? >> reporter: he did. they have been getting a lot of celebrities. he called today. he said i don't want to be a distraction. they said you know what, maybe -- i don't know, maybe they are hiding him. at this point they said it might be a distraction. he will send a gift. exciting. he got gifts from all over the world and cards and pictures on facebook. they expect more thousands of people to show up tomorrow. >> he will send a gift. you will see the bat mobile --
[ talking at the same time ] >> who knows. >> reporter: go big, bat man. >> joe vazquez, thank you. what a perfect day for that boy. and well deserved and so much mun. it is everybody's dream to be bat man for the day. or bat kid. >> nice to see so many people coming. that is awesome. good stuff. not going to rain for you tomorrow. great for being the hero. sfo airport, clear, a non-foggy friday morning for you. big change from this morning. fog advisory till 10:00 a.m. tonight clear skies. it will be not as warm. lows in the 40s. low 40s for santa rosa and napa. we saw the moon earlier over dublin. great shot there of the near
full moon. beautiful clear skies out tonight. fog not a problem tomorrow. rainfall has been a problem. not enough of it. five months it rained only four times. one from earlier this week. although it didn't rain that much. no rain over the next couple days. foggy for santa rosa this morning. you will be sunny tomorrow. high of 65 degrees. cooler day for you on saturday as you start your weekend with a high of 62. here is why we are cooler. high pressure is still in control. active storm track is to the north. high pressure is beginning to sag to the south. we are owning up the door a little bit for the cold air and the rainfall is getting closer. not close enough to say we have a big rain chance but we will tap into the colder air. we will get a glance and next week high pressure more to the south and we will get cooler. cloudier. setting the stage for a pattern
change. dry for the next several days. tomorrow less fog. windy in the afternoon. highs in the 60s. it will feel like fall. mid-60s san jose tomorrow. sunnyvale 64. sunshine tomorrow. breezy for pittsburg, mid-60s. 62 in the city tomorrow. mill valley 65. clear lake 63 degrees. extended forecast, cooler saturday, cloudier. sunday is sunnier. mid-60s. next week cooler. cloudier, but we will remain 100% dry. that is your forecast. >> thank you. for the first time you will for the first time you will hear the ,,,,,,,,,,
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is captured on recordings from the dallas police department. >> it is a sound track, it points to the silent films of the crowds in dallas and the tragedy. >> reporter: he is the author of the kennedy half century. crowds eager to see the first couple. at 12:30 p.m. as the president's limo turned, the police chatter turned from routine it urgent. >> reporter: sirens can be heard as the motorcade races to
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15 made threes by both teams. final seconds warriors up two. russell westbrook where the three to put the thunder ahead. westbrook got 31 and they celebrate. warriors got one last chance and here is what happened. >> iguodala. here it comes. >> andre iguodala. 16 lead changes. that one counted most. warriors win it 116-115. here is what happened -- >> shoots. scores. >> keep playing. the sharks say they won it. >> the referee by the net didn't see the puck go in. it had to go to review where the shot went in.
the sharks score and it counts and they win 2-1. dario franchitti has been told by doctors he can no longer race following last month's crash. andrew mccutchen has been named the national league mvp. miguel cabrera in the american league for the second straight year. cosh donaldson finished third -- josh donald son finished third. walker not wearing a helmet. head butt to the face. stanford, big winners on the farm. they win 71-58. number three, japan, 100-meter championship for four legged
winning. 16.87 seconds. carmelo anthony three-pointer. carmelo anthony he was fouled. number one, we showed you this fail by the globetrotters. they are back at it with a world record attempt. >> wow! >> that was 109 feet and 9 inches. makes the shot and that set the new record making even him proud. we will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,