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critics are calling foul on this ad featuring warri next time we come to the game. >> a promo for bart or politics in disguise? critics calling foul on this ad featuring warriors star draymond green. good evening, i'm allen martin. >> i'm veronica de la cruz. the app features the warriors forward calling on fans to take bart to games but critics say there's more between the lines here. kpix 5's jessica flores live in lafayette with the complaint that bart is breaking the law. jessica. >> reporter: well, an attorney here in lafayette is speaking out. he says the ad for bart and the ad for measure rr are way too similar. he believes bart is breaking the law and encouraging voters to support measure rr. >> bart and the warriors have been connecting people across the bay for 44 years. >> reporter: draymond green is teaming up with bart for their
newest social media ad. in the 30-second spot, you will never hear him use the words measure rr. but he does say this. >> bart needs to stay safe and reliable. >> reporter: and it's that phrase safe and reliable you will also see on all the yes on measure rr campaign ads. the lafayette attorney claims it's proof bart is illegally campaigning for measure rr. the $3.5 billion bond measure would pump more tax dollars into the transit system. >> it's the name of the committee for the yes on rr committee is the committee to keep bart safe and reliable. so it's not an accidental coincidence that mr. green uses these catch phrases. >> reporter: in california, it's illegal for agencies to spend money on ballot measures. >> nothing is illegal happening here. >> reporter: nick is a bart director. and with the yes on measure rr campaign. he calls the complaints baseless. >> really just draymond green
talking a bit about bart and encouraging fans to go to the game. there are only so many different ways you can talk about bart. >> reporter: he filed his complaint with the fair political practices existing. >> timing is too close to the election. this is released 11 days before the election and people are vote inning it right now. >> reporter: but the complaint is no slam-dunk. any commission ruling would likely happen after the election. the warriors have no comment on the controversy but records show they have supported measure rr donating $5,000. in lafayette, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. measure rr would raise property taxes in alameda, san francisco and contra costa counties to support the transit system. new at 6:00, sticker shock for millions of people enrolled in obamacare. it started today. kpix 5's kiet do introduces us to a bay area woman whose premiums went up nearly 40%! she talked to the state of california to get some answers.
>> reporter: this woman is a self-proclaimed obamacare nerd who knows her numbers. so when julie first learned her insurance premiums were going up by $564 a month, she thought it was a mistake. >> why now? this is getting to a points where it's so expensive that i'm not sure what i'm going to do. i'm not sure what plan i'm going to choose. >> reporter: that comes out to $7,000 a year increased, up 38%. but according to "covered california," the average rate increase where she lives in danville is 19 to 25%. julie says we need to be brutally honest about how much more people are really paying. >> i just wanted the news media to know that the rates are really high much higher than they are being publicized and, uhm, it just needs to be fixed. >> the biggest factor in the increases that you're seeing this time is because the guardrails and the subsidies that were being given to the insurance companies to stabilize the insurance rates, those are expiring this year. >> reporter: dana howard with "covered california" says yes, there will be a spike this
year. the first couple of years saw increases of around 4%. but this year, prices in california are going up on average 13% or more. the massive federal subsidies that are expiring make up about 7% of the increase. the overall cost of care and drugs has gone up and finally a significant number of people having signing up only when they get sick. >> "covered california" is crackdown on that practice of people waiting until they get sick and then using an excuse to be able to become eligible for coverage. >> reporter: as for julie, she has been battling skin cancer since 2012 and appreciates the obamacare protections for pre- existing conditions. and that she will be making those higher payments because really, she has no better choice. >> i'm not raising this issue to politicize it. i'm raising this issue so it can be solved. >> reporter: kiet do, kpix 5. >> donald trump says it is in fact the democrats' fault. still ahead at 6:30 tonight, we'll show you how the republican nominee wants to
make getting rid of obamacare and replacing it his top priority. if that's not a tough enough pill to swallow we are getting word that anthem blue cross is changing its policies. that means several hundred,000 california customers could either be paying more for inferior coverage or be dropped from their plans altogether come january 1. a consumer advocacy group filed a lawsuit today against anthem blue cross. it's asking a judge to require the company to maintain its existing policies for another year. anthem reps say the case is without merritt and insists "covered california" regulators signed off on the changes. anthem also says affected members have been mailed written notices. at 6:00 a new ordinance in san rafael is cracking on people living in rvs but that didn't solve the problem. instead, kpix 5's emily turner tells us now, more rvs are popping up down road in an unincorporated neighborhood near lomita park. >> reporter: when ron's new set of neighbors rolled in, and
parked, he thought -- >> it's creepy. now? and of course, like anybody and everybody, you know, you don't want it. >> reporter: several rvs have camped in his marin neighborhood after they were kicked out of san rafael by a new city ban on rv street parking. when it went into effect in september she says she picked up and came into the county where it's still legal. >> i wouldn't really want a motorhome parked in front of my house in a residential area but it's a vehicle. and it's within the statutes of how they produce them from the factory. it's my home. >> reporter: we saw at least three in this one neighborhood. they feel for folks like this retired teacher but they also say there are others to bring a more seedy element when they arrive. >> i probably went for 25 years and i never locked my front door. and now i don't leave the property without locking it. >> reporter: so the county has now inherited the city of san
rafael's issue. it holding a meeting next wednesday with neighbors to figure it out. in the meantime, she and her counterparts will keep moving every 72 hours and waiting to see whether marin will move them out as well. >> you can't -- i'm doing what i can. [ pause ] [ crying ] >> reporter: in marin county, emily turner, kpix 5. >> marin county says they are also looking into banning over sized vehicles in the same neighborhood. a man the police say tried to kidnap a girl off the street in pacifica sunday arrest. investigators say that 41-year- old mark solomon drove up to a girl on hickey boulevard and yelled at thor get in his car just before 5:00 yesterday evening. police say solomon then grabbed her and tried to first her in. she was able to run away and was not hurt. pacifica police took solomon into custody at his home this afternoon. bay area uber drivers under
arrest. passengers says he groped her outside of her palo alto home. police say the uber driver took the victim and her husband to their home on sunday night. when the husband forgot his wallet in the car the driver agreed to come back. that's when the woman claimed he kissed and groped her. the suspect drove off but police later arrested him in his home in redwood city. so far uber is not commenting on the incident. an oakland police sergeant is filing a retaliation claim in federal court against his department and the city. sergeant james gantt had suspected that fellow officer brendan o'brien murdered his wife. because of that gantt says he was removed from the case. officer o'brien later committed suicide. that suicide exposed a scandal involving law enforcement officers' relationship with a teenage prostitute. >> i make complaints against officers at the department for looking in my personnel file, for sending racist text messages, and for hostile work environment. >> a spokesman for oakland mayor libby schaaf released a
statement today saying, quote, we are legally prohibited from disclosing personnel information about any police officer. and we do not comment on pending litigation." in san francisco, the list of candidates for police chief is being whittled down to three. 61 people applied for the job and the police commission has since narrowed it down to 10. among those who have applied is interim chief toney chaplin. right now the police commission is in a closed-door session selecting the finalists to send to mayor lee. >> certainly the mayor has the ultimate decision. so i imagine he will have a process he has to go through before making the announcement. i don't know how long that will take. >> the names of the finalists are not being released to the media after a decision is made tonight. a closer look at the money from legalizing recreational marijuana. we'll travel to denver to see where the promised tax revenue from marijuana is actually going. and what california could do with an extra billion dollars a year. >> taking neighborhood watch to a whole new level. how homeowners teamed up to get
their own license plate reading cameras. >> and concerns about the safety of this sinking luxury high-rise. how a simple experiment claims to show just how much the millennium tower is tilting. >> we are cloud-free and fog- free at sfo. that's a sign that things are as a whole lot different than yesterday. we had a lot of rain halloween but we are beginning november on a dry note. how long it lasts? i'll have the updated seven-day forecast next. a ,,,, - i was diagnosed with parkinson's actually
in early 2013. it took awhile to sink in. we had to think a little more seriously about saving money for the future and for the kids. - the income of airbnb really helped to mitigate the stress. - but we have that flexibility of knowing that if you know things get worse, we have this to help keep us afloat. - so that's very, very important for us. he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it.
month. yeah. set to follow colorado's lead on legalized pot. we sent kpix 5 morning anchor michelle griego to her hometown of denver to see how recreational marijuana is working there. tonight michelle on what critics say was a false promise by marijuana backers in colorado. >> reporter: there are a lot of plants right here. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> reporter: sean has two pot stores and this grow warehouse in the denver area where he employs about 40 people. >> went from having a small space that was a series of little rooms to a nice built- out dispensary. >> reporter: he has doubled his product and staff since recreational pot was legalized in 2012. it's been big business for him and for colorado. >> in fiscal year 2015-2016 the sit generated $141 million in tax revenue from marijuana plus another $15 million from various licensing fees. >> reporter: recreational marijuana has brought in millions of dollars in state
taxes here to colorado. if it's legalized in california, it's expected to bring in about $1 billion. but where does all that money really go? in california, it will cost tens of millions of dollars for regulations. but after covering that, the money would be split up like this. two million going to medical marijuana research. $10million a year for eleven years to public california universities to research prop 64's impact. $3million annually for five years to the chp to learn about stoned drivers and other uses and youth and prevention programs and environmental damage control from illegal grows. >> these are empty promises. and the tax revenue argument is something that, you know, you wave a few bucks in front of people and say i promise we'll get you money. they haven't constructed one new school in colorado or washington state from pot money. >> reporter: california's model doesn't promise money towards
schools but rather educational programs, something some counties in california are taking advantage of. >> really it's a matter of taking marijuana out of the underground market, generating revenue instead of having that money go to cartels and criminals. >> reporter: in denver, michelle griego kpix 5. >> california is expected to voteto legalize marijuana. cities across the bay area are scrambling to come up with new rules for the emerging industry. the san jose city council voted unanimously today to clamp down on the commercial sale of marijuana within the city. san jose mayor sam liccardo says he doesn't want to see dozens of pot stores spring up until the state is able to come up with a licensing program and regulatory framework. >> this is an effort just to hit the pause button. we know that the state will come out with regulations if the measure passes. the problem is they are not in place on november 9th. it's going to take several months. >> to have a complete ban on marijuana sales and commercial availability, you know, does
increase the likelihood that a black market will still maintain and thrive. >> under proposition 64, people can grow up to 6 plants in their home indoors for their personal recreational use. palo alto police cautioning women to be aware of their surroundings after a woman was pepper sprayed and robbed in a popular shopping area. it happened around 7:00 last night in an alley behind businesses on university avenue. the woman says two men ripped off her jewelry before taking off. no arrests have been made. members of a neighborhood association in the oakland hills are fed up with a recent spike in crime. kpix 5's john ramos shows us the technology they are now using to keep their streets safe. >> reporter: in a is he excluded hill above oakland there is a neighborhood that calls itself the 7 streets where home burglaries have become so common -- >> everybody goes to work in the morning and wonders if their house will be, um, robbed when they, you know, when they
come home at night. >> everyone was kind of starting to get freaked out enough where we had to do something. >> reporter: it's ironic this resident didn't want his face on camera considering the action the neighborhood is taking which is to put everyone on camera. they are installing 7 high quality surveillance cameras to capture the license plates every every car entering and leaving the area. to do it they took up a collection hoping to raise $20,000. they got $30,000. >> while we were doing our fundraising, there was a rash of burglaries in the neighborhood. [ laughter ] >> and -- and -- and that helped. >> reporter: the motion activated video is stored for two weeks on a central server and even though this may seem to be a valuable tool for law enforcement, the neighbors say oakland police don't seem to take the burglaries very seriously often showing up hours after being called. >> are you concerned that even if you were to get a license plate number it wouldn't be followed up on? >> yes. absolutely. that would be a true statement. >> reporter: neighbors say they
understand in a city with oakland's problems, home break- ins are not the highest priority. but if people actually begin to move out of the area, those who stay are doing what they can even if it's just to send the message that someone is watching. >> just putting a second thought in their head at least that maybe i'm on camera, maybe not, maybe someone is sitting in their office watching on camera right now. >> reporter: in oakland, john ramos, kpix 5. >> we are getting a fresh look at how bad the millennium tower's tilt really s the problem caused by the structure's sinking. watch as a marble rolls on the floor and then stops and changes direction. video was taken by a man who lives in one of the san francisco building's luxury apartments. the 58 floor tower has sunk a total of 16 inches. it's now tilting 2." recent repairs to two ramps and a garage are meant to address problems linked to the sinking but several residents sued the developer claiming the value of
their condos is down because of the sinking. californians are continuing to conserve water during the drought. the state water resources control board released new numbers today and it turns out we use 18% less water in september than the same month in 2013. that is slightly better than the conservation figures for august but not as good as july when californians conserved more than 20%. beach-goers in the bay area planning to take a walk by the water should be extra careful this week. the national weather service is warning about high surf. powerful storms from the northern pacific could spark 20- foot waves as well as sneaker waves. >> don't turn your back. >> storm would be 2,000 miles from here but sending that swell across the pacific and so stay safe. keep your face to the ocean and
make sure the kids are safe around the water as well because that ocean is gorgeous and we love to head to the beach. be safe. sonoma county 8 inches of rainfall in october for portions of sonoma county. you average 2. four times your average rainfall in places like healdsburg and windsor, rohnert park, santa rosa, sonoma valley basking in lots of rainfall. but san francisco got 2.5" of rainfall. that's double your normal but the average rain in san francisco for november is more than that. so even though we are off to a wonderful start, we have to keep the momentum going if we are going to stay above average because now in november, we should get rainfall. here's the thing. next couple of days at least the beginning of november we will not get rainfall. 60s today widespread 60, 70s from san jose. hayward 66. san francisco 64. half moon bay 63 the temperature spread not that big today. it will be a chilly night tonight. nights are getting longer.
we do not have that blanket of cloud cover over the bay area tonight. so some patchy fog in our inland valleys. and here's the reason why. inland valleys will drop down to the 40s. napa 44. this is the time of year where it's not coastal locations that are the foggiest. it's inland valleys where you drop the temperature you increase the humidity and hit the critical point with fog in places like santa rosa overnight tonight. oakland 50. fremont 48. san jose 47. tomorrow sunshine. and temperatures climbing back to average. 60s and 70s. san francisco 67. pleasanton around 70. we'll stay dry and mild with one exception and that one exception will impact your weekend. it's saturday night and early sunday. if you are up for those garage sales on sunday morning it may be wet but aside from that, it's going to be quite all right over the next seven days. one chance of rain. and how about this? i love this weekend, this
weekend coming up is the 49- hour weekend. we get a bonus hour of sleep. hopefully. because we fall back saturday night into sunday morning. >> thank you. >> hopefully yeah we understand that. >> and then they will be up an hour early on monday morning and you'll be why are you up so early? >> oh, yeah. >> don't forget. all right. it's a silicon valley success story that started in a garage and survived a high- profile split. now a legendary company gets serious about tackling one of the biggest challenges. diversity in tech. >> and among a star-studded list of celebrities an anonymous name on the list of women of the year. the stanford sexual assault survivor honored for touching lives around the world. ng bill. addicting 17,000 california kids each year. eventually killing one-third of them. now tobacco companies are spending millions to... defeat prop 56. because in every state that's raised tobacco taxes, smoking rates go down. so who are you going to trust? pediatricians, cancer groups and the califronia pta who all...
support prop 56. or the tobacco companies trying to kill it. the mae gave her top executive managed aa huge pay raiseet, and a lavish car allowance, run up a deficit, then cut jos for local teenagers, and cut after-school program. no wonder tchronicle called mae torlakson "flat-out unprepared" for the assembly.
they endorse tim grayson. as mayor of concord, grayson balanced the budget every yer while doing more for kids. tim grayson for assembly. when legalizing safe, responsible adult
use of marijuana, the most important question is how? by voting yes on prop 64: adults 21 and over could only purchase marijuana at licensed marijuana businesses. and prop 64 bans advertising directed at kids... requires strict product labeling... child-proof packaging... and bans edibles that appeal to children. smart provisions to safeguard our families. learn more about the safeguards at yeson64.org. h-p started more than 70 years ago.. but split into two compan one bay area tech company is celebrating its one-year anniversary. hb started of course more than 70 years ago but split into two
companies last year. kpix 5's len ramirez shows us how the company is shaping the future of workforce diversity in silicon valley. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: a celebration at hp, the one-year anniversary of when the legendary company split into two. and its new printer and pc division has been busy churning out new 3d computers, the world's thinnest laptops. >> what we call the 3 in 1. >> reporter: and a phone that scales up to become a full desktop computer and a laptop. >> all the power you're getting from this device is coming from this device right here. >> reporter: now as the new company eyes its future, it's tackling an issue that's been around since silicon valley's early days. workforce diversity. >> at small startups and large corporations in silicon valley, blacks and latinos still make up only a small fraction of the overall workforce. men outnumber women in tech and white men are 64% of the
workforce. asians make up 21%. hispanics and blacks at 6 and 3%. >> we started with creating the most diverse board of directors in the technology industry. >> reporter: the chief diversity officer says hp is serious about increase the numbers of women and minorities. >> we split into two companies. we increased women in executive levels by 4%. >> reporter: but a look around campus showed hp like most high- tech companies has a long way to go to increase black and hispanic employment. >> we want to make a greater effort. we want to be an increase in blacks, absolutely. we want to see an increase in latinos. but we have, you know, one of the most diverse workforces in the tech industry. >> reporter: tech companies are under more pressure than ever to diversify and hp says its goal is to more accurately reflect the communities where it does business and its consumers. len ramirez, kpix 5. for bay area drivers, it is hard to avoid the potholes pockmarking many of our
streets. you probably knew this already. but it turns out we have some of the worst roads in the country. the transportation research group tripp placed a san francisco-oakland metro area at number 1 on the list. 71% of the region's roads are in poor condition and cost drivers nearly $1,000 a year in repairs. san jose is number 3 with 59% of its roads in poor condition. >> coming up, new signs the fbi's email review is taking a toll on the clinton campaign. now the democratic nominee teams up with an ex-beauty queen to turn the spotlight on her rival. >> and she has never been seen but she inspired many with her words. the woman is changing the conversation about sexual assault. ,,
the u.s. is the beacon of freedom around the world. those of us who served in the military are very proud of that. i believe very, very strongly in our country and what we stand for. i went to iraq in 2004 to fight for freedom. for generations, our troops have sacrificed for our freedoms. one of the most important things we do is vote - to protect that freedom. i'm tom steyer. let's make the people we're so proud of, proud of us. please. vote. vote. vote. vote.
this new ad featuring warriors star draymon criticism. take bart next time you come to games. >> our top stories at 6:30, this new add features warriors star draymond green is drawing criticism. he calls for fans to take bart to games and during the ad he uses the phrase "safe and reliable." that same phrase is being used on the yes on rr campaign ads. critics say it's proof that bart is illegally campaigning for measure rr and the $3.5
billion measure would pump more tax dollars into the system. your insurance rates on "covered california" are going way up. this year prices across the state are increasing at least 13%. the massive federal subsidies that are expiring make up 7% of the hike and the overall cost of care and drugs is way up. i got to tell you, i think america already is great but we can be greater. >> hillary clinton taking a last-minute jab at donald trump at a rally today in florida. as kpix 5's melissa caen shows us, this comes as the race for the white house tightens to a dead heat. >> reporter: allen, we seem to be seeing the effects of the fbi's investigation into hillary clinton's email scandal. the latest national poll from abc news and "washington post" shows donald trump now ahead by a points over clinton. it's the first time she is behind since may. in california, clinton leads by 21 points. our exclusive surveyusa poll
shows clinton holding steady with 56% compared to trump's 35%. now, clinton is out there pushing the message that there is no case here. trump is continuing his attacks on obamacare. >> reporter: he says getting rid of obamacare is his top priority. >> i will ask congress to convene a special session so we can repeal and replace it. >> reporter: trump says the recent hike in premiums for people with insurance through the affordable care act proves that the president's plan doesn't work. and trump's running make mike pence says hillary clinton is the wrong person to try to fix the system. >> we can't trust hillary clinton with our healthcare any more than we can trust her with classified information. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: hillary clinton is dealing with the fallout from the fbi re-opening its investigation into her handling of classified materials on a private email server while solves. clinton's says she has nothing to hide and the fbi won't discover anything incriminating on that newly found cache of emails, she claims. >> if they want to look at some
more emails of one of my staffers, go ahead. look at them. >> reporter: clintons' campaign hopes to throw attention back on to trump. alicia machado a former miss universe who trump allegedly criticized for gaining weight introduced secretary clinton at an event today. [ extremely heavy spanish accent ] >> painful, cruel for years -- afterwards -- i was sick fighting back eating disorder. >> reporter: it's all part of what clinton's cam says is a final pitch to female voters ahead of next week's election. we're also keeping an eye on ballot propositions in this november ballot. prop 62 would end the state's death penalty and replace it with life in prison. our exclusive surveyusa poll found 50% are against it, 39% for it. prop 63 would outlaw large capacity gun magazines and require background checks on
ammunition purchases. it leads 2:1 and may pass. finally prop 56 would increase the tax on cigarettes to two dollars a pack. it is also favored to pass 60 to 33%. now, we realize some of these propositions are confusing. so in a little more than a half- hour i'll be answering questions on facebook live. i'll talk about the four most hot button issues, the most complex ballot measures gauged by recent polls to head to our facebook page, facebook.com/cbssanfrancisco at 7:10 p.m. for a q & a about these measures. tomorrow in san francisco, the aclu of california will be challenging the secretary of state on the state's so-called selfie ban. now, you have seen the posts at polling places like this one from justin timberlake. california prohibits people from sharing photos of their marked ballots. a repeal of that law doesn't go into effect until january of next year. the aclu argues ballot selfies should be considered political
speech and protected by the first amendment. >> a woman who was assaulted a a stanford swimmer is named one of glamour magazine's women of the year. there's no picture of emily doe in the article. it doesn't reveal her real name, either. instead it shows a pink rose and the essay she wrote. her victim impact statement still resonates on campus today. >> it really allowed, um, me personally and other women to kind of like confront their own battles and issues they have had with sexual assault. >> brock turner received six months in prison only served three months for three felony charges. that prompted california to close a loophole allowing lighter sentences in cases where the victim is unconscious or severely drunk. pope francis said today he won't end the catholic church's ban on female priests. the pope cited a letter bypope
john paul ii. ordaining women is impossible because jesus ordained men. it's shape wear made with caffeine. now a lingerie company is paying up big for claiming it can reduce cellulite. >> another disappearing landmark an iconic south bay store shutting down after 70 years in business. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
today in the bay area.... over claims that wearing caffeine- infused shapewear can make you slimmer. y wacoal america a legal settlement announced today in the bay area over claims that wearing clothes with caffeine in it can make you thinner. they agreed to pay $350,000 in civil penalties. this after a state task force filed a complaint in napa county superior court that alleges that they had no scientific evidence that its ipant would promote fat destruction as advertised. in 2014, the ftc ordered the company to pay more than a million dollars to refund customers with similar complaints. it's been a landmark in san jose for 70 years. but now mel cotton's sporting goods is closing its doors. shoppers have been flocking to the location to take advantage of liquidation sales since the announcement was made. the store's been on san carlos and ray street since opening in
1946 but the owners say the building needed massive renovations and the cost of that too much to handle so they sold the land. the store will now close before the end of the year. >> my partner stan cotton, mel cotton's son, he is getting to retirement age and so we are trying to work a way to get him out but ultimately he decided to sell the property and the new owners are going to do something different with it. >> the san jose planning director says all the proposals approved for the site are for commercial use no residential. halloween just ended but retail stores are already decking the halls with their holiday displays so tonight we are asking you, have you started thinking about your holiday shopping yet? too early? tweet me right now at #veronicadlcruz. we'll have your comments and those poll results on bay area nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. trick or treating at 35,000
feet. a dad flying to the bay area goes the extra mile to make sure his daughter doesn't miss out. ♪[ music ] >> in case you're wondering, 53 shopping days until christmas. you have time. speaking of time, we are losing an hour actually gaining an hour as we fall back. sunset that's 5:05 on sunday. it's going to get dark earlier. that's a live look outside at 6:40. we'll have the seven-day forecast coming up. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the nfl trade deadline came and went today. guess who is still a 49er? >> not something where i'm going out there no crying banging or doors get me out of here. >> the cavaliers take another shot at the warriors. >> she was born with this condition. >> and why tennis is much more than a game for this bay area girl coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
international airport to london gatwick. those flights will start in march. british airways is launching nonstop flights from oakland international airport to london gatwick. those flights will start in march. british airways already has flights in and out of san jose and san francisco. the change comes as the oakland airport is working on a $35 million expansion to its international arrivals building so that would double its international flight capacity. well, a dad on his way to sfo is melting some hearts for a staged trick or treat
thousands of feet in the air. he recruited help from fellow passengers on the cross-country flight to make sure his daughter had a happy halloween. he gave notes to passengers to hand out to his 3-year-old daughter. so that's what the planeful of passengers did for this girl. here she is dressed as a donut going down the aisle row by row. >> awww. too cute. >> how about this for best costume? kpix 5's viewer wendy shared this photo on facebook from livermore. she tells us her son matthew ran into our morning weathercaster roberta gonzales at safeway while he was raising money for the cubs scouts so he decided i want to be a kpix 5 weatherman for halloween. >> genius. >> he has the umbrella, the kpix 5 microphone. some weather debris and must have been a storm. paul? >> even had hailstones! he had grauple!
>> come join the team, bro we need you. best costume ever. halloween a little wet, windy and cold. it will be cool overnight tonight. kpix 5 hi-def doppler radar tracking nothing. the snow has left the sierra. the rain has left the bay area. and we will be rain-free for about the next three or four days. gorgeous post sunset shot of the san mateo bridge. the coastal range off in the distance. that's getting cooler outside. mid-60s, concord, oakland, santa rosa 62 in livermore. san francisco 59. san jose 63. clear skies. long night. it is november now. we are going to get chilly 45 for the tri-valley livermore for you san jose 47 vallejo 46 even close to the water won't save you from escaping the 50s. you're 49 tonight in pacifica and 48 in san rafael. but things are changing. the low pressure area that gave us the rainfall yesterday numerous thunderstorms to our north these things once get caught up in the jet stream they just race out of here. it will be over northern utah
and western wyoming by tonight. so that's gone. it's moving away from us. what's moving toward us? you can see a significant storm. that's a big juicy storm so sometimes when we don't get rainfall around here, it's not for a lack of storms. sometimes they are blocked by a big strong ridge of high pressure. here it comes. it's going to park itself to our south for the next three or four days. there will be weather systems there. but they have absolutely no chance of making it to the bay area. so what you get a lot of sunshine, mainly sunny skies tomorrow. temperatures comfortably in the mid-60s for the majority of day in san francisco, warmer away from the water. pleasant outside. temperatures back to normal. san jose average 70, that's where you'll be tomorrow. oakland 69 degrees two degrees above average. san francisco 67 exactly normal. beautiful day in los gatos, campbell, cupertino, saratoga, low 70s for you. fremont north to union city and hayward upper 60s to around 70. san mateo, foster city, 67 degrees. dublin 70 tomorrow with sunshine. walnut creek 69, fairfield 69. alameda 68 degrees for your
wednesday. mill valley 67. coastal locations mid-60s, daly city 64. bodega bay 66. sonoma 70. clearlake 66. 5 degrees above average thursday and friday. 70 near the bay. 60s at the beach. mid-70s inland. couple of degrees cooler saturday but dry. once we gain that hour of sleep saturday night an extra hour for rain if you will because we'll see rainfall on sunday morning. it won't be an all-day washout and the sunshine returns next monday next tuesday. so one chance of rain. that's coming up sunday morning. really a chance to see dennis coming up in sports in about 2 minutes. ,,,,,,
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do? they have to rebuild. >> it's a good thing i'm not the general manager. i would have doppler radarred the left tackle joe staley. i would have traded torrey smith. this is the team that needs draft picks to rebuild from the bottom up because they have so many holes to fill. and i think for several 49er veterans, the trade deadline seemed like a good opportunity to skip town and play for a winner. the hot rumor had wide receiver torrey smith being dealt. that did not happen. >> just when i thought i was out, they pulled me back in! >> smith is back in! he did acknowledge that there was substance to the trade rumors and there were even negotiations. fair to say things have not gone the way either side hoped when smith had signed a five- year $40 million deal with san francisco in 2015. >> the selfish side of you, you know, you think sometimes it will be a good thing but i know i'm very committed to everybody
in this locker room and playing well. so i'm a 49er and i'm going to go out there and play my [ censored ] off for these guys. so it's not something where i'm crying, banging on doors get me out of here. i understand the business side of it. >> 49ers host the saints on sunday. the warriors in portland tonight going for the third straight win but for blazers forward evan turner the game won't get top billing back home with his family full of cubs fans. >> my grandmother watches every game. she's hanging around until they win one! 102 years old. so she is really in a baseball frame of mind. hopefully they can win she can die a happy woman. >> 102! it's been 108 years, right? the cavs got all decked out for halloween last night and their costume party included some shots of the warriors. cookies with tombstones. >> oh, come on. >> for klay thompson and steph
curry. so thompson not amused told the "usa today," quote, i don't get it cuz i'm not dead. stay tuned. playing sports has benefits, building confidence, self esteems, team work. they teach kids to win with grace and lose with dignity. for one bay area girl one sports means so much more. what do you like best about tennis? >> because i get to hit the balls. >> reporter: jackie rodriguez uses a ipad to express herself. but her feelings for tennis are ovens. it's in her smile. >> she was born with this condition. and it was a collection of disease lymph nodes. >> reporter: evelyn's life changed weather jackie was born 15 years ago with lymphatic malformation. she spent her first 7 years in a children's hospital and still sees specialists who keep a close eye on the benign tumor that has engulfed her face. >> she doesn't east regular
food. she only has a liquid diet. she can't smell right now. so it's pretty cool because when her nice comes to visit, she helps take care of the diapers. [ laughter ] >> we give her diaper duty. [ laughter ] >> reporter: del mar's special education teacher tom is also the school's tennis coach. >> jackie said one day i want to be on the tennis team and i said, we'll find a way to make it work. and here we are. and to have one of my students on the tennis team is pretty amazing experience. >> reporter: jackie's condition is rare. so playing a sport could be considered groundbreaking. and the benefits are twofold both physically and mentally. >> tennis and being a part of this team has brought up her self-esteem and her confidence and she holds her head up high and when we're out in the community, whereas before when she was younger and before getting involved with sports,
you know, she would attract really harsh stares. >> i get to make friends and have fun. >> reporter: life is suddenly a crosscourt smash for jackie rodriguez. and she's expecting a few more in the future. >> you know, we're just hoping for the best planning that she is going to have a beautiful bright future and saving or money for stanford where she wants to go. [ laughter ] >> a couple of shots you saw in that story in which she was with her teammates, right, high fives and going back to stand in line and hit the ball. she just wants to be part of the group. she was to be part of the team. and sometimes sports brings out that element. >> absolutely. >> great for her. >> absolutely. >> a lot to teach us. >> yes, indeed. >> learn a lot from her. >> especially if she is going to stanford! [ laughter ] >> good for her. or news throug hout the evening the latest is always on our website, cbssf.com. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
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announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: thank y'all. i appreciate you, folks. thank you very much. i appreciate that. thank y'all. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man steve harvey. [cheering and applause] and we got a good one for you today. returning for their second day, from phoenix, arizona, it's the goode family! [cheering and applause] boy, i almost got excited here. from cleveland, tennessee, it's the turner family! [cheering and applause] everybody's here trying to win theirself a lot of cash and drive out of here in a brand-new car.
[cheering and applause] give me kelvin. give me melissa. ["family feud" theme playing] top 7 answers on the board. here we go. since women's underwear has flowers on it, name a type of tool that should be on men's underwear. kelvin: the hammer. ha ha ha! yeah, steve! yeah, steve! yeah! the hammer! steve: a hammer. kelvin: yeah! what do we want to do? all right, we're gonna play, steve. all right. tracie: that's my husband. steve: yeah. kelvin: yeah, you know. steve: well, we can find out what you think now. since women's underwear got flowers on it, name a type of tool that should be on men's underwear. tracie: i'm gonna go with a wrench. steve: a wrench. oliver: whoo! whoo-hoo!