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africa. some people have been paying tribute outside his home since his death was announced late thursday night. others are just waking up the to the news there. mandela is credited with transforming a country. >> tonight, danielle nottingham has more on the passing of this great leader. >> reporter: south africans gathered in the predawn darkness to sing the praises of their former president, nelson mandela who died just hours earlier at the age of 95. >> our nation has lost its greatest son. our people have lost a father. >> reporter: after 27 years in prison for crimes against the government, mandela was freed in 1990. in 1994, he became the country's first black president. >> he built a genuine multiracial democracy in south
africa. when he could have had a one party state and shut everyone else out. when he could have had the politics of resentment, he chose the politics of inclusion. >> reporter: years later, he became friends with america's first black president. >> we lost one of the world east most influential and profoundly good people of this earth. >> reporter: president obama will attend the funeral which is expected to be held in about ten days. after the united nations, the security council stood for a moment of silence. >> let us continue each day to be inspired by nelson mandela's lifelong example to keep walking for a better world. >> reporter: a tribute to a man who really did change the world. danielle nottingham, cbs news, washington. >> president obama has ordered flags to fly at half staff through monday in honor of nelson mandela. four months after he was
released from prison, nelson mandela visited the u.s. more than 70,000 people packed the oakland coliseum to see him. as christin ayers explains, it was the east bay who led this movement that earned the bay area its visit. >> reporter: a lone rose left as the monument. >> it is you. the people of oakland, the people of the bay area who have given me and my delegation strength and hope to go back and continue the struggle. >> reporter: it was no accident that nelson mandela made oakland the final stop on his 1990 u.s. freedom tour. the east bay was really a center of a lot of the efforts to try to change the south african regime and get rid of
apartide. seven years later the city of berkeley became the first in the nation to divest from south africa. assemblywoman nancy skinner was part of that movement forcing the campus to cut ties with corporations linked with the attartide regime. nelson mandela's visit here four years later was particularly emotional for the east bay. skinner says south africa's hard fought victory was one the east bay shared. >> it was so thrill tag we americans, that we east bay residents could have been something with that kind of global impact. >> reporter: in oakland, christin ayers, kpix5. former san francisco mayor willy brown served as the host when nelson mandela made that bay area visit back in 1990. >> president kennedy was
assassinated for his brother, bobby, martin luther king jr. , or, any of the other great people whom we have honored appropriately by virtual of their contributions. my guess is each one of them at this moment are welcoming in the real leader, nelson mandela. >> yeah, you heard it there. brown put mandela in the same group as john f. kennedy, robert kennedy, and he called nelson mandela the real leader. barbara rogers visited south africa in 1993 and met with nelson mandela. grace cathedral is working on services to honor nelson mandela. and we are looking back at mandela's life on our website.
kpix.com. you will find a photo gallery and memorable quotes from the former leader. we have breaking news. looks like waterfall, but it is water gushing from a broken line in martinez. the line snapped about an hour ago. it sent a lot of water. that break has since been shut off, but it has created a real mess going into yards, garages, crews believe the cold weather may have been a factor. freezing or real close to it, that is what much of the bay area can expect overnight again. check out these people trying to stay warm. holding a puppy if you are lucky enough to have one. paul deanno is here now with how low the temperatures will go. paul? >> and those puppies always keep you warm. mid 30s outside already, these are your current temperatures. 34, 32.
ronart park is at 22 degrees. we will have cold weather tomorrow morning. widespread freezing temperatures. many of you awry from the hour will have ten hours below freezing. it is not good for the plants outside and get the dog inside as well. santa rosa, napa, some of you had teens. we are looking at temperatures in the upper 20s . san jose, 32, concord, you will be below freezing as well. not just the cold, we have to talk about dropping snow levels because there is a chance of precipitation moving in from the north sitting over the northwest right now. as that moving in, some spots right here in the bay area will be seeing snowfall. find out how low the snow will go coming up. >> all right paul, we will see you then. one man's cold is another man's gold. some area businesses are cashing in. this a-one shop fixes about
five pairs of boots on a given day. well today, that number is pushed up to 40. and the pelican rock boutique right across the street reported a 500% jump in sweater and jacket sales. when the weather gets cold. >> big cold wins. time to layer up guys. >> ice cream shops are feeling it. hot chocolate sales are up. ice cream sales have not dipped very much surprisingly. more news, a 3.8 earthquake hit east of santa rosa at about 10:44. no reports of any damage. it is a murder that haunted bay area investigators for 20 years. tonight, there is a game changing break in the case. using familial dna and this moldova woman known only as pogonip jane, they have finally confirmed her identity. they say she is kori joanne lamaster of pacifica, she was
17 when she disappeared back in 1993. her body was found by hikers in 1994. tonight, joe vasquez learned more about the girl who disappeared so many years ago. >> reporter: it was horrible to hear what wound up happening to her. that she has been dead for that long. >> reporter: robert hanson of pacifica says he was surprised that kori joanne lamaster, the girl he used to babysit as a teenager was the remains found. she lived here in pacifica with her parents. they had adopted her from a relative. she was a chronic run away it was a traumatic ordeal for the family. kori ran away a few days, spent the night in homeless shelters, came back and ran away again. >> you know how come kids when they go through teenage years have difficult times an kori was one of those teenagers who just didn't adjust or fit in
real well. >> reporter: kori's body was found in santa cruz in 1994. they don't know why they didn't report her missing until 1997. >> like i said, i know she ran away. maybe the last time she ran away, they didn't report her. but i know they had reported her before. >> reporter: so the big question is who killed kori joanne lamaster 20 years ago? a father and a son, greg and wayne white are persons of interest. the father is dead, the son is still alive in tennessee. live in the news room, joe vasquez, kpix5. >> the case was originally investigated by lauren butch baker. he was one of two santa cruz police officers gunned down on the job in february of this year. he had been the lead investigator on the case in the 1990s . today's announcement is a big win for the department, and also for their fallen friend. a brazen burglar who was caught on camera rummaging
through a fremont hole is tonight behind bars. 28-year-old richard andres m hah nuelos was arrested almost immediately after they saw the surveillance video. you can see a guy digging through personal belongings. he was caught in the act over the weekend by surveillance videos. police received dozens of tips that led them right to the suspect. police in hercules is looking for a man who they think is a serial burglar. most of them are happening in an area called the birds. a door is pried open. the proximity of the break ins has led police to think they are all connected. it has been months since businesses were damaged in oakland in the zimmerman protest. we spoke to neighbors who said it has been long enough.
>> it just looks like it is out of business. >> reporter: no store wants to give a negative impression. >> it is brown and ugly. >> reporter: but that is the impression people are walking away with. >> it is an eyesore. >> reporter: building inspectors in october sited this downtown oakland sears for blight. it is all because of the boarded up windows. protesters broke them back in july. but five months later, sears still hasn't replaced them. neighbors and business owners say it is not the better way, but a bad way to do business. >> like they could care less about the city of oakland. just come and spend your money, but we don't really care. >> reporter: tina johnson runs a restaurant nearby. she is sympathetic to what they experienced. violent protesters smashed its
windows every time. some suspect the retailer gave up on replacing them. >> they should make a decision if they want to continue to do business in oakland. if sew, they need to clean it up. >> reporter: sars has no plans to release it. they say replaceing the twin does is more complicated than those in a typical building but neighbors are not satisfied. >> more people would come down to shop downtown. with them boarded it up, it looks like the downtown is boarded up. >> reporter: in oakland,. the bay area college sports field goes corporate with cal students calling their stadium something new and the multimillion dollar deal behind it. >> and an arrest in connection
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amesone witty" is >> police arrest an 18-year-old for stealing part of the porshe that actor paul walker died in. jamison witty is accused of following the tow truck and grabbing the car park. detectives found the roof panel while searching his home. cal's memorial stadium is getting a new name thanks to some deep pocketed investors who happened to be former students. >> reporter: what does 18 million bucks buy you at cal these days? a patch of dirt and grass for
the next 15 years. welcome to kabam field. >> i can't imagine a closer tie a ceo could have with the alma mater he loves. >> reporter: kabaam is king in the gaming world. now dipping their toes from the web to the gridiron. cal joins a club of 15 schools with corporate naming rights for sports like the university of maryland's comcast center. cal is the first uc to join the list. in an era of shrinking state and federal funding, the reasons for the deal are obvious. >> certainly the financial elements are important to the financial model of the stadium. finally, this partnership and this partner have deep roots at this great university. >> reporter: but has the home of independent free thinkers gone corporate? >> i don't think people would go around calling it kabaam
stadium. >> kabaam? i don't know. >> reporter: students we spoke with say the blow of a corporate rights deal is softened because it is the brain child of a cal grad. and here is to hoping that when the golden bearing march onto kabam field, they take the hard hitting name to heart. that $18 million will come in handy. cal has $500 million in loans outstanding on the retro fit of memorial stadium. a freeze warning is in effect tonight for most of the bay area, but no that is not stopping people heading outside. we found plenty of folks enjoying downtown san jose's christmas in the park. they kept warm by wearing layers and sipping hot cocoa. the ice skating rink was also busy. >> it is cold, the ice skating
is really fun to do when it is cold anyway. >> i love it. it is about time, we needed some cold weather and some snow actually. >> a nice change like that. pull the winter coats out of the closet. >> smiles on people's face when you give them the hot chocolate. it is awesome. >> christmas in the park runs through new year's day. you little hot chocolate, get in front of the fire. >> absolutely. >> it's all good. >> mother nature never offers a multiple choice. so we have to roll with what she gives an it is going to be cold. get the layers out. get the scarves out. we are cold, we are going to stay cold. here is a look at your current temperatures outside. petaluma. look at you in the teens. already down to 21. you will be in the teens tonight. walnut creek 29. dublin, 29. it pay to be close at the water. look at chrissy field at 44 degrees. 15 degrees warmer than walnut creek. they lit the christmas tree in
walnut creek. tree lighting ceremony, 6:00, 7:00, they lit the tree and they had a little parade there. everybody was bundled up. fun was had by all at the festival there. and hey, could be worse. in freezing rain in dallas, boseman, montana, 17 below zero. 20 degrees in gilette, wyoming. got some snow here in the bay area. lit be snowing two to four inches of snow. for you skiers out there, heavy snow is likely in the sierra, 12 to 24 new inches of snowfall there, not the best for driveing to get there but once you are there, enjoy a lot of good skiing. walnut creek, showers moveing in late tomorrow. high of 51. sunshine back on saturday. we are going to be cold over the weekend. 49 for a high. so the arctic express moves right through the state of california. we have a low pressure area as well. that will bring us
precipitation tomorrow. a chilly rain for most of us but higher elevation snowfall, 2500 feet and above is likely. here is future cast. increase in clouds tomorrow, 7:00, 8:00, showers are here, above 2500 feet. those will be snow showers. watch out for snow on top of mount hamilton. when the sun comes back out saturday. highs over the weekend around 50. lows will be chilly again, we are going to see a couple more hard freezes saturday night and sunday night. next week, we bring it back up to normal with highs returning to 60 by next wednesday. that is your kpix5 forecast. we will be right back. ,,,,,,
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