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tomorrow morning. we are talking about overnight lows so we have a possibility of frost tomorrow morning of the. already out there right now, temperatures are in the 30s in santa rosa. not the freezing mark just yet but it's probably going to feel chilly out the door this morning up north. santa rosa at 38 degrees right now. 47 livermore. we are in the low 40s over san jose, san francisco 55, oakland 52 in concord at this hour. satellite perspective showing some primary reasons why. first of all we had a cold front pass through so we have cold air in place. secondly we have clear skies. not a lot of wind. all that leads to cooler temperatures for most out the door this morning. we don't have a lot of fog developing but we have a couple of stray showers along the coast and we could see a couple of more as we make our way throughout the late morning, early afternoon hours. so cool to start mostly clear. a few showers possible. mainly for the north bay along the coast and parts of the peninsula. and then rain chances really increasing this weekend. in fact, i do think there's a very good chance of widespread rain for this weekend.
in the meantime here's futurecast for today. notice those scattered showers passing through from about late morning through early afternoon. chance of showers again from santa rosa right along the coast crossing through the peninsula and then ending near santa cruz, morgan hill and down farther south but notice we do dry out. we see plenty of sunshine for the second half of the day. clear skies overnight tonight. that will lead to even cooler temperatures. in fact, i think it's going to be cold temperatures for some tomorrow especially in those wind sheltered valleys inland areas expect a cold start tomorrow temperature-wise today we will be on the cool side. here's a look at the next couple of days for your fisherman's wharf microclimate forecast. breezy and cool today, 61 degrees, chance of showers late morning. tomorrow though dry near seasonal norms so everyone will warm back up. 60s at the coast and 70s inland tomorrow. but today, staying on the cool side everywhere and, in fact, topping out in the low to mid- 60s for the warmest spots inland. 63 san jose. livermore, fairfield.
we could see some east bay locations in the mid-60s but for the most part 60s is the story. 58 pacifica. 61 san francisco. , redwood city. 63 -- 61 redwood city, 63 napa. the extended forecast is coming up. here's roqui with the commute. >> i think it's time to bring out the ugg boots. i don't know but. heading to the altamont pass here if you are wondering why traffic off 205 is looking at 5:02 it's because there's a crash on highway 5 in lathrop blocking lanes causing delays on 20 and to the altamont pass. -- on 205 and the altamont pass. it's a good time to get across the altamont pass. into north flynn road at 30 minutes but north tracy boulevard along 580 westbound to the altamont pass will take 20 minutes. dublin interchange altamont pass 580 westbound to 680 will take 15 minutes. also the nimitz freeway in both directions looking good. 238 northbound to the maze will
take you about 16 to 20 minutes or so. and the san mateo bridge from hayward, 15 minutes. a handful of apps may be fueling the rise of fatal car accidents. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in berkeley on the snapchat feature linked to dangerous driving. anne reporter: yeah. we used to worry about texting and driving but there are so many opportunities right now to be distracted by your cell phone. the traffic app waze rewards drivers for reporting accidents and slowdowns and snapchat actually records the vehicle's speed in real time. this 10- second cell phone video shows a driver accelerating to 82 miles per hour then 115 miles per hour according to snapchat. police say nine minutes after this clip was posted, the
driver lost control, crossed the median of a highway and hit a minivan nearly head on. three people were killed, a mother and two children, and three other people were injured in tampa, florida. >> what has really made this app stand out from the rest is that visual in the moment right now what am i doing. >> reporter: in a statement to cbs news, snapchat says, we actively discourage our community from using this feed filter while driving. but still, the number of highway deaths this year looks to be having the largest increase that we've seen in 50 years. in fact, the first half of 2016 it's up 10% over the same period last year. live in berkeley, anne makevoc, kpix 5. firefighters are on the scene of a duplex fire in san jose. they battled massive flames earlier this morning. we are told it is under control but crews are keeping an eye on
any hot spots. it started at 1 a.m. this morning on cypress avenue. 40 firefighters took an hour to control it. three people were inside at the time. they were able to make it out safely. but one of their dogs is missing. the cause is under investigation. president-elect donald trump's immigration plans prompted a petition asking saint mary's college to be a sanctuary for its students. college officials are expected to meet this morning to discuss the letter which was signed by students, alumni and faculty members. the letter expresses concerns about the potential of federal agents or moraga police going on campus to arrest students. san francisco's board of supervisors has approved tighter controls on short term home and room rentals like those on airbnb. if the ordinance is approved on a second vote and is not vetoed by the mayor, most of those rentals would be limited to 60 days a year. it would not affect the 1700 hosts who have already registered with san francisco. those hosts would still be able
to rent up to 90 days a year. and the rental days would remain unlimited if they stay on the site. the battle between the san francisco 49ers and the city of santa clara is getting nastier. the team is now firing back at one city leader. kpix 5's maria medina is live at levi's stadium with the latest. maria reporter: good morning, michelle. yeah, it is the mayor against an nfl team. now the 49ers are making a play off the field. last night during a city council meeting, the mayor and the 49ers exchanged some words. now we are going to rewind another a second. if you remember -- for a second. if you remember mayor lisa gillmor is looking into whether taxpayer dollars are being spent on the stadium to help for games and other events, in violation of measure j a voter- approved measure that says no taxpayer money can be used at levi's. the reason why an audit shows taxpayer money is being used on the 49ers.
but a statement was released saying, until recently, we have remained largely silent hoping our performance we speak for itself. the mayor fails to recognize that her unfounded accusations are harmful to her city and constituents. now, the 49ers went on to say in their statement that they would actually lose a lot of money if event planners believed that there was some instability in management. they also say that a lot of people here are afraid of losing their jobs. the latest threat from the mayor is that she wants tyke away management from the 49ers. live at levi's stadium, maria medina, kpix 5. president-elect donald trump continues to put together his administration with inauguration day a little more than two months away. the transition appeared to be in disarray yesterday after former republican congressman mike rodgers announced that he was quitting the team. he spoke to cnn's anderson cooper. >> i think there is some confusion going on about a chain of command coming out of new york. hopefully, they will get that settled pretty soon. i think they are going to need
to do it because as this clock ticks, all of these decisions become more important. >> late yesterday trump took to social media to ensure that the public -- his transition process is organized. the mayor of san jose says his city is not going to follow some of the future president's new policies. in a letter to the city, sam liccardo told residents that he is, quote, has their back. he says the city's police department will not take part in immigration enforcement and he is prepared to go to court to block any federal action that he considers unconstitutional. >> there's a lot of fear right now, a lot of uncertainty about what might happen in washington, dc or what might not. and i don't pretend to know exactly what the next president might decide to implement. but based on the campaign statements, there's been a lot of fear. >> the mayor added that the city has zero tolerance for hate crimes. these wild mushrooms are thriving in bay area parks thanks to rainy weather but
signs are cropping up to warn people, don't let your pets near them. this 5-year-old dog named koa ate one at a lafayette park and a day later lost his appetite. the owner took him to the vet and he learned what the death cap mushroom does to pets who don't know any better. >> they told me that his liver was already destroyed and they can try and save him but it didn't look so good. >> doctors say dog owners should also look through their yards for the toxic mushroom and if a pet eats one it's key to collect samples for testing. time now 5:09. big news in the tech world. snapchat announces it might be going public. how much the company is worth, next. >> and the mannequin challenge. the rules are simple. get a group together, strike a pose and stay still. more on the failed attempt by these cuties when we come back. >> and we are off to a clear
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n francisco - fishermen can finally indulge in our craving for crab cakes because the commercial crab season is in full swing. the dungeness crab boats were in full swing yesterday. they hope to maximize profits after the season last year was derailed. this year all crabs caught south of point reyes are cleared. snap incorporated formerly known as snapchat is moving toward an initial public offering according to the wall street journal. they recently filed paperwork with the securities and exchange commission. an ipo could happen as soon as march. it could value the messaging platform company up to $25 billion. tinder is rolling out new gender identity options. the 37 different options are meant to make the service more inclusive for transgender users. in the past, the app only allowed users to selectman or woman. now the options include transwoman or man, along with a number of other possibilities.
san jose gets a bit more green today. a groundbreaking ceremony is planned for a new nature space at the children's discovery museum. it's called bill's backyard in honor of retired bill sullivan. the space is meant to introduce kids to the wonders of nature. that ceremony starts at 11 a.m. it is 5:14 retiree now. let's check the roads with rocky. things are quiet so far. let's start with the golden gate bridge. if you are heading from marin into san francisco, 580 to the golden gate toll plaza will take you just 14 minutes. moving now to the bay bridge toll plaza, lots of cars coming into the city currently. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will just take you 19 minutes and then expect no delays into the city. those metering lights will turn on around 5:30. moving over now to the san mateo bridge, from hayward to foster city 13 minutes between 880 and 101. and now moving over to the nimitz freeway, looking good in both directions, 238 in san leandro to the maze a quick 16
minutes. now let's talk about the altamont pass. why is it so light at 5:14 this morning? there is a crash blocking multiple lanes causing delays on highway 5 in lathrop lightening up traffic on 205 and on the altamont pass so we're not complaining but once you hit north flynn road speeds are down to 38 miles per hour. north tracy boulevard along 580 westbound to the altamont pass will just take you a quick 18 minutes. julie, i'll send it to you for the weather. >> all right. we are taking a look at certainly some cool starts this morning. temperatures out the door this morning in the 30s for some locations. 40s and 50s for others. overall, we are off to a clear start. we have a cool air mass in place behind that cold front that passed through yesterday, with showers couple of stray showers up north but for the most part we have a chance of showers this morning late morning into early afternoon. so this weak front is passing leaving unsettled weather behind it, a chance of showers passing through portions of the north bay, san francisco, then
down along the peninsula, likely going to see some in santa cruz, monterey county and then they will pass on through so for the most part the rest of the day sunshine and folks inland south bay east bay you likely will stay dry and mostly clear for most of the day although off to a cool start in those areas. you will see rain in the extended forecast, though. a wet weekend is likely thanks to another area low pressure moving in this weekend. futurecast shows we stay dry thursday and friday. plenty of sunshine for you there. but i'm timing out the weekend forecast. now you can make plans. here we are early saturday morning when we see rain up north. then it spreads south throughout the day saturday kind of unsettled into sunday. and maybe even some lingering showers on into monday, as well. today, however, again just a couple of stray showers for the morning hours and then we will be dry and we'll start to warm temperatures up over the next couple of days leading into that weekend rain event. so here are our high temperatures today definitely on the cool side. in fact the weather headline for today cool temperatures.
upper 50s for pacifica. low 60s around the bay today. 64 in redwood city. oakland 62. 63 fairfield. 63 livermore. 62 concord. 62 vallejo. some spots inland will warm up into the mid-60s, but certainly cooler than average today. sunrise 6:52 this morning. sunset at 4:57 tonight. really this afternoon. and here's a look at the extended forecast again. slight chance of showers for some late morning and then drying the rest of the day and then we warm temperatures up. it's a weak ridge building in thursday and friday. temperatures back into the upper 60s, low 70s for some of the warmer spots inland, near average for this time of year thursday and friday. saturday, early morning when we start to see those showers in the north spreading south through the weekend. so do anticipate rain this weekend. it looks like we'll dry out by monday into tuesday of next week. back over to you guys. >> thank you. virtual reality headsets are expected to be a popular presence this holiday season.
but some doctors warn that this technology is probably best for grownups because the headset immerses users in a 3d world. part of that involves tricking our eyes and brain into seeing depth. some doctors fear it could cause nearsightedness. some love the experience but there are growing concerns about the consequences for kids. >> i thought was wicked cool! >> in your face reality. >> it was really school. >> it was a legitimate question about whether that much exposure to artificial visual stimuli will alter the way the brain accepts and processes visual information. >> for now, leading virtual reality brands typically suggest that their products are for people age 12 and up. trending this morning, a big "star wars" secret reveals. hans solo and princess leia's romance wasn't just on the screen. actress kerry fisher said she had an affair -- carrie fisher and harrison ford had an affair.
he was 33 married with two kids. she opened up about it in a new book. the peach emoji crisis could be over. apple is reportedly bringing back the old version and it could be better than ever. a lot of people vented on twitter when apple redesigned the emoji in an update earlier this month. it used to look like the rear end but the new one looks more like a peach. in its latest round of beta updates it appears to be updated once again and some people are responding online saying it looks even better than ever. okay. why you would want it to look like that, whatever. by now, you have likely seen some videos of the mannequin challenge. you're supposed to get in a group, strike a pose and stay as still as possible. some politicians, celebrities even swimmers are giving it a go. and posting it online with the #mannequinchallenge. the latest is captured at that time a daycare center in new jersey. as you can see the toddlers are trying really hard but they
can't seem to stay still. they are toddlers. people online are loving it, though. it's already been viewed nearly 9 million times. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, great game for the sharks goalie. but was it enough? and the latest cal quarterback to be drafted in the first round will finally get his shot. those stories straight ahead. >> and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. we may come and featu re your school on the show. play o' the day from the - [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health. we're with you san francisco, and you bring out the best in us. care.
good morning. 5:23. bay bridge toll plaza, lots of cars coming into into san francisco right now. metering lights should come on at 5:30. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 20 minutes. from hayward to foster city the peninsula commute across the span of the san mateo bridge. 880 to 101, a quick 13 minutes. for more, we'll send you to sports. good morning, everybody. the cal bears have had some pretty good quarterbacks in the nfl. how about craig morton, aaron rogers at green bay? they have had 6 quarterbacks drafted in the first round and after spending more than half the season on the bench, jared goff will get his first start this sunday. >> we didn't lose this game because of quarterback play.
case wasn't the reason we lost this game today. case is a starter and we drafted a rookie and he is doing really well. we'll play him when he is ready. >> case closed as in case keenum. jared goff will start this sunday versus miami despite being the big news of the goff family, it took a while for father and son to actually talk about this big announcement. >> i'm assuming you talked to him? >> i have not. >> you haven't talk to jared? >> no, he's at practice. no. >> you haven't talked to him all day? >> well, a text. he said i'm starting. i said congratulations, way to go, it's what you worked for. we'll talk tonight. >> colin kaepernick who said he didn't vote during last week's presidential election has never registered to vote, this according to the "sacramento bee." on the ice, sharks backup goalie aaron dell with his second career start against carolina. finishing with 32 games a good game. but this was the difference maker. the hurricanes nordstrom the
only goal of the game with nine minutes left, carolina wins 1-0 snapping san jose's three-game losing streak and on the hardwood stanford men a winner last night. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. play of the day from the nhl, florida at montreal the game was tied at 3 in overtime when the panthers got the puck. >> fires and it goes in anyway! game winner! >> yeah. when his stick broke it slowed the speed of the puck throwing off the canadian goalie and florida wins the game 4-3. it's the 49ers versus the city of santa clara. the one city leaders the team is blasting this morning. >> and distracted driving being blamed for an increase of highway deaths. it's not just texting. we'll explain next.
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plus, construction of controversial dako a huge heist caught on camera. a closer look at the suspect police hope you can help them find. >> plus, construction of the controversial dakota access pipeline halted as hundreds of protestors including here in the bay area demonstrate against it. >> we have something for everyone in this forecast, rain, frost, sun, all that coming up. >> the metering lights at the bay bridge toll plaza are turning on. we have more coming up. good morning. the 49ers are on offense this morning. they are blasting the mayor of
santa clara for accusing them of wrongdoing. the team says they refuse to keep silent any longer. kpix 5's maria medina is live at levi's stadium with the latest. maria reporter: and michelle, a lot of us watching this next play with the mayor playing offense and the 49ers playing defense. last night, during the city council meeting, the mayor and the 49ers exchanged some words. mayor lisa gillmor is looking into whether taxpayer dollars are being spent on the stadium to help pay for games and other events, which would actually be in violation of measure j a voter-approved measure that says no taxpayer money can be used add levi's stadium. a recent audit shows some taxpayer money was being used on the stadium but the 49ers fired back blasting the auditor of playing on the mayor's team. >> one of the reports that's required that we haven't seen is the shared expense report, shared revenue and expense report. so when an event comes in and something is charged, we want
to know how -- what's our share of the expenses and what is the 49ers' share of the expenses. >> all information has been provided orb made available. it is simply not the -- or made available. it is simply not the case that information requested by your outside consultant has not been provided. it's not the case. >> reporter: all right. so the 49ers released a long statement: >> reporter: the 49ers went on to say in the statement that event planners would stop doing business here at levi's stadium if they felt that there was any kind of instability within management and that a lot of people here are afraid now that they are going to lose their jobs. the latest threat coming from the mayor is that she is going to pull management away from the 49ers. for now we're live at levi's stadium, maria medina, kpix 5.
san francisco police are looking for the suspect who fired shots near dolores park. it happened near the corner of church and hancock last night. witnesses say that one person and several cars might have been hit. there's no word yet on what led up to the shooting. police say that the suspect could be driving a silver jaguar. right now, police are looking for the suspects who pulled off a $100,000 heist. investigators say they broke into an apartment near at&t park in san francisco. you can see three men in the unit on surveillance video back in october. they reportedly took nearly $100,000 in jewelry and electronics. a new study shows that apps may be to blame for a rise in fatal car accidents. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live in berkeley on a snapchat feature that could be playing a part in all of this. we are going to send it over to anne makovec -- um -- who has more on this latest incident. anne reporter:. [ pause ]
reporter: are you going to cue me? >> huh? >> reporter: are you going to cue me? >> i don't have my ifb. [ pause ] we're having some audio difficulties out there. but we are going to talk about traffic now. let's get a check. >> yeah. let check with roqui. how's it looking? >> all right. let's head out to highway 4 here between the antioch and pittsburg area. traffic moving slowly but it's not the worst it could be. you're moving at 25 miles per hour through antioch and then once you hit pittsburg, you're at 40 miles per hour. hillcrest avenue to highway 242 will take you up to 20 minutes right now. let's head on down to the altamont pass. now coming off 205, you're moving at 57 miles per hour. basically 60 miles per hour and this again is due to the crash on highway 5 that's delaying traffic on to 205 thus lightening up traffic on the altamont pass. north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass will just take you a quick 16 minutes. moving to the dublin interchange, if you are heading from the pass to the
interchange, altamont pass to 680 will take you 15 minutes. the golden gate bridge from san rafael, marin county to san francisco, that will be a quick 14 minutes. julie, i'll send it to you. >> thank you, roqui. we are off to a clear and cool start this morning. in fact, temperatures now at 40 degrees in santa rosa. we did dip down into the 30s for a short time. outside 53 in san francisco. 52 san jose. 55 right now oakland. and 47 in livermore. we are definitely running cooler than this time yesterday. we are running even cooler this time tomorrow morning. here's a check of the satellite perspective showing you why we have clear skies and a cool air mass in place behind the cold front that passed through. also a couple of stray showers on the satellite and i can time out how it will affect you in futurecast coming up in just a bit. in the meantime though, your weather headlines, we are off to a cool start, mostly clear, a few showers possible although just for the first half of the day through late morning, early afternoon. and then we'll start to dry out. rain chances return though for this weekend and it does look like it will be a wet weekend
-- easy for me to say. showers start late morning and taper off by early afternoon. so we are looking at the north bay right through san francisco right along the peninsula and the coast. most folks inland and south bay will likely stay dry and again everyone looks to be drying out by late morning, early afternoon, plenty of sunshine wednesday. and then we have a weak ridge building thursday and friday so temperatures warm once again ahead of our next chance of showers for this weekend. here's the next couple of days. our microcast forecast, here's fisherman's wharf, breezy and cool. temperatures in the low 60s today, again a slight chance of showers along the coast and for the city. just for those morning hours and late morning hours and then drying out. tomorrow, temperatures warm back to near seasonal for everyone and that means, in the low to mid-60s in san francisco for your thursday. another beautiful day on tap for friday. in the meantime here are your high temperatures for today. 58 in pacifica. 61 san francisco. 61 redwood city. and 63 in san jose.
mid-60s for the warmest spots inland so certainly cool. we do anticipate warmer temperatures tomorrow afternoon, details on your extended forecast coming up. opposition to an oil pipeline project is now going coast to coast. protestors want construction on the pipeline stopped so it can be rerouted to bypass the standing rock indian restation in north dakota. in washington, dc last night, protestors were joined by u.s. senator bernie sanders of vermont. >> we are not going to allow a pipeline to endanger the clean water that millions of people depend upon. [ applause and cheers ] >> protests were held in other cities yesterday including san francisco, columbus and st. paul. well, energy transfer partners the company behind the project says its pipeline will create more jobs and make oil cheaper. kenny, donald trump once again breaking with tradition. he ditched his press pool last night leaving trump tower to have dinner with his family after telling the press he
planned to stay in all night. after dinner, he took to social media to address concerns about his transition team. he tweeted, quote, very organized process taking place as i decide on cabinet and many other positions. i am the only one who knows who the finalists are. we have learned about new allegations in a class action suit by donald trump supporters. they stem from a summer rally that turned violent. 20 supporters were injured in the streets after hear the president-elect speak. now their attorney says sjpd stood by as the violence happened even though they initially noted in a press release that violence would not be tolerated. >> there were dozens of people assaulted in full view of the police with police officers telling the victims that they were not allowed to intervene, not allowed to make arrests, not allowed to stop them from being assaulted or shrugging and walking away. >> in a statement, the city says san jose police officers
acted professionally under difficult circumstances. so far the judge has dismissed part of the case. coming back to this story a rise in fatal car crashes could be because of apps. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live in berkeley with the snapchat feature that could be playing a part. anne reporter: yeah, looks like our highways are getting more dangerous than ever. we just saw the highest percentage increase in highway fatalities that we've seen in 50 years. the worst numbers since 2009. and being blamed in part on apps like snapchat. snapchat can record your vehicle's speed in real time. this 10-second cell phone video shows a driver accelerating first tow what snapchat says is 82 miles per hour -- to what snapchat says is 82 miles per hour then to 115 miles per hour. nine minutes after this clip was posted the driver lost control of the car, crossed the median of the highway, struck a machine any van nearly head on, killing himself, his passenger, a mother and two of her children. now, this is just one example,
this is in tampa, florida. but other accidents are also being blamed on the ability to brag about your speed. >> i think the speed filter was just another alluring feature that a lot of people like. so i think that it's appealing as a user to have. but appealing in every wrong way. >> reporter: that is a consumer safety blogger. now, in a statement, snapchat says, we actively discourage our community from using the speed filter while driving it. it's not just snapchat. the navigation app waze, for example, rewards drivers with points for reporting accidents and slowdowns things that many drivers are tempted to do while they are driving. live in berkeley, anne makevoc, kpix 5. twitter users may have an easier time weeding out mean comments thanks to new changes from the company. ill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, kenny. the post-election rally is going strong here in wall
street! the dow was up 54 yesterday which means it opens today at yet another record high. the nasdaq rose about 57 points. twitter is trying to curb harassment and abuse on its platform. twitter is expanding its mute option that lets users block words, phrases even emojis from their feed. twitter has been criticized for not moving quickly enough to fight harassment on its site. the election [ indiscernible ] motor trend's car of the year for 2017. the volt will travel about 240 miles on a full charge. and talk about a blockbuster. shareholders of carmike cinema approved the theater sale to a china company. this makes amc the larger movie theater operator in the world. >> jill, we hear that apple's latest product launch isn't exactly high-tech. >> reporter: it's a hard cover
coffee table book. it's called designed by apple in california. it has photos of iconic designs from its 1998 imac to the apple watch. it's dedicated to steve jobs. it starts at $200. that's the small book. the larger one is $300. >> no lithium ion battery needed in this case. [ laughter ] >> reporter: yeah. a little old school with this book. i'm kind of into it. it's just a little expensive. >> jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com. jill, thank you. it is 5:41. violent protests under way overnight but not here in the u.s. why these demonstrators have a problem with president obama's trips overseas. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good morning. welcome back. a beautiful shot of the bay bridge this morning. mostly clear and cool for most folks today although we do have a chance of a couple of stray showers for some this morning. i'll tell you where we'll see them and when they will end coming up. riot police were forced to use tear gas and stun grenades in athens overnight to disperse about 3,000 demonstrators protesting president obama's visit there. obama's visit comes just two days before the country's main annual anti-american demonstration. meanwhile, president obama travels to berlin, germany today, the next stop of his final overseas trip as president. speaking in athens yesterday, he issued a warning against the rise of divisive politics around the world. we are now hearing from a local teacher carjacked inside her family's garage. esme was at her father's modesto home when she saw a man jump the fence. she ran to the garage to get her dad and that's when they came face to face with 36-year- old david machado. they didn't know it at the time but about 20 minutes earlier he
reportedly shot and killed a deputy. >> he walked straight up to my dad. he said -- he said, give me the keys. [ crying ] >> and, um, my dad said, you have a gun. and the man said, yes, i do. and my dad said, take it. >> she says the man apologized and took the car. authorities later arrested him. he pled not guilty in court yesterday. the san jose city council has approved a timeline to gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for people who work in the city. under the plan, the minimum wage will be increased three times before reaching the $15 level in january 2019. it doesn't include youth in job training programs. the timeline is similar to those approved in some neighboring cities including mountain view where some businesses have already increased wages voluntarily. >> frankly, i have had businesses tell me now that they're already changed $15 anyway because the market is so
tight and it's hard to afford to live here. they just have to pay that to be able to get workers to come and work. >> supporters say the higher minimum wage is necessary because san jose is one of the nation's most expensive cities to live in. some businesses oppose it saying the extra cost could force cutbacks. across the university of california system a freeze on tuition is set to expire soon. right now uc students pay a little more than $12,000 a year in tuition. but the system is considering raising tuition for california students 2.5% or about $280 a year. out of state students could see a 5% hike. the california state university system is also proposing a tuition increase of $270 a year. in san francisco, a couple expecting a child decides to take some scenic photos at baker beach. but then something they never expected pops up in the background. a naked man soaking up the waves. but while the photo shoot became a little less -- [ laughter ]
>> the man we had to blur out of course. wasn't breaking any rules. nudity is okay at this northern section of baker beach. visitors are asked not to take pictures because of the people they may encounter. so he was just, you know, minding his own business. he didn't know what was going on. >> kenny, is that you? >> yeah. that looks like me. [ laughter ] >> at least that photographer had her camera aimed this way. >> i can't tell you how much unfortunate situations we have run into on baker beach with our toddler and in-laws. our in-laws are walking the beach and forgot to warn them. >> i have gone to baker beach several times and never saw anything. >> generally on certain busy days. >> i'm thinking i need to go to baker beach. [ laughter ] >> all right. >> well,. >> get a tan? >> san francisco you see naked people everywhere. >> on the streets. >> no big deal. >> no big deal. >> hopefully on the roads everyone is clothed. >> hopefully driving naked -- [ overlapping speakers ] . let's head to the bay
bridge toll plaza. right now, you have traffic backing up towards the maze. the maze to downtown will take you about 15 minutes if you are heading into the city. also the nimitz freeway looking pretty good in both directions 238 in san leandro to the maze should take 16 minutes. and moving over to the san mateo bridge, from hayward into foster city, that's between 880 and 101, a quick 14 minutes. so traffic pretty light right now. but here's a look highway 4 moving over from antioch into pittsburg. you're inching your way at just 18 miles per hour. hillcrest to 242 will take you up to 30 minutes right now if you are heading out the door and down to another story on the altamont pass. light traffic now this is due to a crash on highway 5 in lathrop blocking multiple lanes. the traffic on 205 is light. light traffic on the altamont pass so we're not complaining. north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass will take 16 minutes. if this is part of your commuted, i suggest leave now go before they clear up that
accident because that traffic will come back. also here's a look at the mass transit, no delays. we are off to a clear cool start for most. we have a chance of showers on the horizon this morning. here's a beautiful look at the bay bridge. clear skies for most again temperatures warming up into the thousands of in santa rosa. liver 47. 52 in concord, livermore 47. if you think it's cool this morning wait until tomorrow. think i we are going to see some downright cold temperatures for thursday. in the meantime here's what's happening. we have a cold air mass in place behind this weak cold front that passed through yesterday. it didn't bring a lot in the way of rain yesterday but we'll see the possibility of a couple of stray showers. futurecast times it out here. so late morning, 9, 10:00 we could see them up north and they spread south. around the lunch hour lingering showers indicated here over portion of the city and parts
of the peninsula down through monterey county, santa cruz, drying out late morning and early afternoon and sunshine for most. inland no rain today. it's at the coast today. a wet weekend is likely for everybody. widespread rain saturday into sunday. here we are friday. notice how the showers move into the north bay early- morning morning saturday spreading through the entire bay area saturday into sunday. even monday showers possible. today a chance of morning showers just really along the coast. sunshine and cooler temperatures today. sunny and mild as we warm a little bit late week so thursday and friday temperatures will warm and then this weekend looking wet once again.
so here's a look at today's plans, 50s at the coast, 62 concord, 63 fairfield and livermore. sunrise at 6:52. sunset 4:57 p.m. stray showers and sunshine for most. a cold start for your thursday morning and temperatures warm rebounding. rain saturday and sunday and we start to dry out early next week. we'll be right back. ,, ,, - hi, it's me. [imitates fanfare] lois prices from grocery outlet. - hi, it's... the rest of us! - hey there. - hi! - hey. loifor over 60 years now, grocery outlet has been selling the brands you know and love,
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christmas really is getting we are off to a cool start this morning. temperatures down into the upper 30s in santa rosa. clear and cool for most. showers along the coast today. your full forecast is coming up in a bit. >> turning to the bay bridge toll plaza, the maze to downtown will take you just 15 minutes. so traffic is light across the span of the bay bridge. and moving over to the nimitz freeway, looking good in both directions 238 in san leandro to the maze a quick 16 minutes. ♪[ music ] ♪ the weather outside is frightful ♪ christmas is getting closer. it's now just 38 days away! and san jose is getting in the
holiday spirit. plenty of people turned out yesterday for santana row's annual tree lighting ceremony. it was more than just trees. people came out for a little song and dance and sparkle as we head into thanksgiving which, believe it or not, is a week from tomorrow! >> i can't believe it. >> believe it. planes, trains, automobiles, you name it, will be traveling for thanksgiving. more than 48 million americans will be traveling. this year's increase in travel would mark the 8th year of growth boosting totals to the highest volume since 2007. pretty soon you can fly for less on united. but you're going to have to pack a little light. the airline introduced its new basic economy fares. passengers can only bring one carry-on bag and it must fit under the seat. the basic economy group will also be the last to board and won't get a seat assignment
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the team is fighting back against accusations. maria medina reports. >> there is a lot of drama off the field where the mayor basically accused the 49ers of breaking the law and the 49ers saying hold on just a minute, that's not the case. last night during the city council meeting, the mayor and the 49ers exchanged some words. now we are going to rewind another a second. if you remember mayor lisa gillmor is looking into whether taxpayer dollars are being spent on the stadium to help for games and other events, in violation of measure j a voter- approved measure that says no taxpayer money can be used at levi's. the reason why an audit shows taxpayer money is being used on the 49ers. but a statement was released saying, until recently, we have remained largely silent hoping our performance we speak for itself. >> until recently we have remained silent: the mayor fails to recognize that her unfounded accusations are harmful to her city and constituents. it is they who stand to lose revenues