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and i'm kenny choi. here in the bay area and around the u-s, low-w ning to strike t good morning, it's tuesday, november 29. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. here in the bay area and around the u.s., low wage workers are planning to strike this morning in a push for better pay. their goal, get the federal minimum wage to reach $15 an hour. kpix 5's jackie ward is live at an oakland mcdonald's, where workers are ready to strike. >> reporter: kenny, "fight for 15" organizers just told me that about a couple hundred protestors will soon be making their way down international boulevard completely closing one lane and then they will be shutting down the intersection of international and 98th boulevard. so traffic if you need to get out the door i would absolutely head out now because around 6:10 a.m., protestors will be taking it over for what they are calling a freeze program. as kenny said this is part of a national movement. millions of workers are demanding $15 an hour for federal minimum wage. 340 mcdonald's restaurants will be the major hubs for the
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protest but this is affecting more than fast food chains. people who work in healthcare, higher education and even as baggage handlers at major airports will join in the "fight for 15". uber workers will be protesting today, as well. they will be expressing their demands at sfo at noon. organizers recognize that the minimum wage is or will be $15 in places like new york and california but they say they won't settle until it becomes a federal standard. even then, they say $15 isn't liveable but it's a start. we'll check in later to see what's going on with this intersection and where the protestors are. jackie ward, kpix 5. president-elect donald trump is announcing more cabinet picks. today congressman tom price of georgia was selected as secretary of health and human services. price is a former orthopedic surgeon and an outspoken critic of obamacare. >> ever since president obama and the democrat-led congress
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passed obamacare six years ago, the law's failures have been piling up. >> while in congress, price has plans to replace obamacare including tax credits for buying private policies and putting money in health savings accounts. donald trump is expected to meet with mitt romney for a second time today to discuss the secretary of state job. during the campaign, romney was a fierce critic of the president-elect. other top contenders for secretary of state include former new york city mayor rudy giuliani, general john kelly of the marines, and former cia director david petraeus. petraeus met with the president- elect inside trump tower yesterday. petraeus resigned in 2012 after he admitted to divulging classified information to his biographer, while the two were having an extramarital affair. trump is also scheduled to meet with tennessee senator bob corker today. yesterday michigan certified its election results making trump the official winner of the state. it's been three weeks since
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the election but some races are still too close to call in the bay area. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in santa clara county to tell us more about the recount process. >> reporter: big operation in san jose for 10 election contests that are still up for grabs here throughout santa clara county. a couple of big ones. the police chief of the city of santa clara michael sellers, versus sergeant pat nikolai. sell assister ahead by 68 votes. another race for city council district in san jose district 8 the person to succeed vice mayor rose herrera. right now sylvia arenas is ahead of jim nguyen by 88 votes. this is the first year of a pilot program in santa clara county that requires recounts when the margin of victory is
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within a .5% of the total number of ballots cast or 25 votes for the candidate or ballot measure. so they will have a lot of people at the registrar's office to count for another week. anne makovec, kpix 5. let's check the roads with roqui. >> we have a fatal crash to report in san jose right now. monterey road at capitol expressway shut down due it a fatal crash with a car and pedestrian. vta is rerouting bus service in the area. and also you'll want to avoid it if this is part of your morning commute. we suggest you go ahead and take "senter road" as your alternate. and we'll let you know when it's completely cleared and opened up. let's move over now to the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city. that's going to be a slow community from 880 to 101 just about 20 to 25 minutes. and then the bay bridge toll plaza heading into downtown san francisco will take 20 minutes from the maze to downtown. and then let's take a live look
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at the nimitz freeway. looking good in both directions. 238 in san leandro to the maze will take you 15 minutes and then i want to warn you again as jackie mentioned, that 98th and international intersection will be shut down due to protests so avoid that area if it's part of your morning commute. roberta, i don't do snow and i don't do surfing. >> okay. she doesn't do snow and this is coming from the woman who has the largest uggs collection west of the mississippi. [ laughter ] >> and if you don't do surfing no problem there a lot of people won't be in the water today. high surf advisory in place. i just took a look at the conditions in pacifica. linda mar, it looks like we have the swells building 8 to 9 feet. they will go up to 14 feet today, breakers at 17. this will cause some very long waves to run up on the shore, beach erosion anticipated around the pacifica area, as well. dangerous rip currents. please be very mindful of that. no fishing on the jetties today. it's a cool start to the day, downright chilly! temperatures near the water 51 degrees in san francisco.
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a bit of a breeze there mixing up the atmosphere. otherwise when we shut off the wind it's in the 30s throughout the tri-valley. 37 degrees in pleasanton back through dublin into san ramon and danville. 42 degrees in santa rosa with a north wind at 10. otherwise again we have high 30s in concord, clayton and walnut creek backing into antioch. satellite and radar, coast is clear. the only stratus i could pick up is way over there in the central valley in the form of fog that's developing around sacramento, stockton, davis and merced. today 50s and 60s. bright sunshine. won't be as brisk today as yesterday. those winds out of the north 5 to 10. 60 in campbell, cupertino, san jose alum rock, willow glen. now we're talking about temperatures east of the bay pretty much in the high 50s. 60 in fairfield. otherwise upper 50s in vallejo, benicia, martinez and american canyon. through antioch into brentwood.
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60 in petaluma. full forecast at 18 minutes after the hour of 6:00. massachusetts senator elizabeth warren is blasting wells fargo. it comes as the bank announced it will force customers caught up in the fake account scandal to go to outside arbitration rather than allowing them to sue. yesterday, representatives from wells fargo were on the hot seat in sacramento. the bank has admitted employees created millions of unauthorized accounts. nearly 500 managers were fired for their roles in the scandal. but state senator steve glazer believes the problem goes all the way to the top. >> it was not a handful of renegade lower level bankers going rogue to bilk unsuspecting customers. this appears to have been company culture an atmosphere of greed pushed from the top. >> senator glazer says he wants wells fargo to provide a blueprint on how the bank plans to clean up the mess. a chartered plane carrying
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a brazilian soccer team crashed in colombia killing almost everyone on board. authorities say four people survived the crash in the mountainous area not far from medellin. colombia investigators say that they are looking at several potential causes including electrical problems and lack of fuel. the team from southern team was going to play the medellin team. two players survived. we are learning more about the somali refugee responsible for a violent rampage at ohio state university. >> one bay area company is giving a sweet incentive to carpool. >> i'll have the effects of high pressure on your tuesday forecast coming up. >> and you have a lot of red arrows on the altamont pass so slow-moving conditions but
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how's the rest of the bay area looking? we'll tell you when we come back. >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by "living spaces furniture" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the federal minimum wage. jackie, what' back to jackie ward in oakland with more on protests getting under way over the federal minimum wage. jackie. >> reporter: what is the latest on this "fight for 15" dollars? >> reporter: well, about a couple hundred protestors just got to 98th and international as you can see behind me. they have closed down the entire intersection. there's a pretty heavy police presence here. they have blocked off corners of 98th and the international. these people are here to "fight for 15". they want a $15 federal minimum wage. i spoke to minimum wage employees in california, they make above the $10 minimum wage we have right now but they say it's not enough.
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they need this to be a nationwide raise. they are fighting for millions of people who are struggling right now to pay for child care, go to work, and they are doing so in a major fashion. they are holding this protest now. people are sitting down on the ground. this is a nationwide effort not just for california. right now they say they will hold a brief program. they will speak to the crowd and chant. i don't know how long this will go on for. but oakland police have closed down this entire intersection. so expect to avoid it. it's part of the morning commute. jackie ward, kpix 5. authorities are trying to figure out why a somali refugee carried out a bloody attack at the ohio state university yesterday. university police officers who shot and killed the 18 is
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drawing praise for preventing things getting worse. hena daniels has more. >> reporter: students at ohio state university came together in prayer last night. many had memories of mon's campus rampage fresh on their minds. >> classroom in the basement, scared because we didn't know much. >> reporter: people on campus barricaded themselves in classrooms moments after police say abdul razak ali artan intentionally rammed his car into a group of people outside. >> i think i saw three or four students in here. >> reporter: authorities say the somali refugee then got out of the vehicle with a butcher knife and began stabbing onlookers. university officer is credited with ending the chaos. >> our officer was on scene in less than a minute and he ended this situation in less than a minute. >> reporter: artan had recently transferred to ohio state after obtaining his associate's degree from a community college in the spring. so far, officials have searched artan's car and apartment
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complex. they are investigating the incident as a possible terror attack. hena daniels, cbs news. >> now, those injured in the attack include an ohio state faculty member four graduate students and three undergraduate students. all classes are back in session today. had a member of san francisco's board of supervisors plans to announce today a $5 million proposal to provide legal representation to undocumented immigrants. david campos calls it the first test of whether san francisco will stick to its pledge to remain a sanctuary city when donald trump becomes president. he plans to provide more details at a news conference today at noon. a san francisco startup must pay the california department of insurance $7 million for licensing violations. the company provides online employee benefits and pay role software for small businesses. it also acts as an insurance broker to sell group health and life insurance.
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the state says that the company allowed unlicensed agents to sell insurance. starting today santa clara county introduces carpooling apps to ease gridlock in the area. the cta has partnered with the 511 regional carpool program to release multiple apps that link coworkers who are heading to their jobs by similar routes. the county is throwing several events to promote the initiative and some of them include $5 discounts on your first ride. >> wow! >> we can all meet at one point. >> or pick up roqui. >> bart doesn't run at 2:30. >> even if it did -- >> not me. >> i will believe it when i see it. let's get a check of traffic. let's head to san jose where we have this fatal crash to report.
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at monterey road this is shut down right at capitol expressway and this is due to a car versus a pedestrian and vta is rerouting bus services in the area. we have a couple of -- i just tweeted out which buses service will be rerouted to check on that here. you want to avoid the area so take "senter road" as your alternate and this should be clear up around 8 a.m. but we'll definitely keep a look out. 880 to 101 will take 20 minutes. some slowdowns now heading across the span of the san mateo bridge. and then the bay bridge same story we have some traffic backing up to the maze. the maze to downtown will take you up to 20 minutes, as well. to the altamont pass traffic wow you are moving at just 9 miles per hour after 205 here north tracy boulevard along 580 westbound to the altamont pass will take you up to 45 minutes and traffic speeds up, up to 29 miles per hour when you hit north flynn road and through livermore where it frees up
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here's live traffic along the dublin interchange altamont pass to 680 will take you 16 minutes. roberta, how's the weather looking? >> it is so pretty outside but it's deceiving because with all the clear skies, we have some very chilly temperatures. so far this morning, some of the coldest temperatures so far this autumn season. it's a cool location. santa rosa is pick up a north wind at 10 and when you have that wind it mixes up the atmosphere so not as chilly. satellite-radar suggests that the coast is clear. fog in the central valley. we have area of low pressure well to the north of us. you can see it looks like a giant comma. but it's take the course of this very vigorous jet stream that's veering to the north of bay area due to the huge dome of high pressure that's building in. providing us with dry skies today. albeit chilly. here's your futurecast for lunchtime today.
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pack a lunch, eat outdoors enjoy the refreshing conditions and then tomorrow, we do have increasing clouds. and you can see that this is the front from a very weak disturbance. but watch what happens as i progress the map. there you are at 7:00. now watch. there to the south. generally less than a tenth inch. it will be cloudy on wednesday and then thursday high pressure builds in. sunny skies through the weekend. i want to kind up to date on what's going on as far as our water table is concerned. these are our averages our percentage since october 1 of rainfall here in the bay area. we are at a hefty 18 3% of normal in santa rosa. since saturday alone 18 inches of snow. heavenly 18." you're ratcheting up the boards and skis. ski season is beginning in the high sierra. currently it is 10 degrees in truckee, going to a high of 36. it's 17 degrees on the south
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shore going up to the mid-30s. 57 degrees at the beach in monterey. san jose north wind 5 to 10 and afternoon high temperature today of 60 degrees at mineta international airport. 60 degrees the rose garden district. 60 in willow glen, cupertino, cambell, alviso, alum rock, 50s around the peninsula. 50s east bay. 61 in santa rosa. oh!! got to mention. high surf advisory in place. there you have that chance of rain on wednesday. otherwise, it's a dry weather pattern. before you step out and bundle up, we have sports coming up. see this? i'm dennis o'donnell. we have an update on the most talked about finger in bay area sports and can the warriors make it 12 in a row? tip-off coming up. yo r nominaton to >> and what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at ol on the show. coolschools@kpix.com. we may come and feature your
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good morning everybody. "dub nation" you know that draymond's twitter handle is money 23 green and he earned it last night with two huge blocks down the stretch against atlanta. kevin durant bobblehead night at oracle. atlanta led for most of the first three-quarters. but here comes ian clark! beat the buzzers 81-80 at the end of three. andre iguodala grabs the loose ball, drives for the dunk. golden state up 5. he had 12 off the bench. final seconds, warriors up 4. the former warrior kent bazemore drives in but for the second straight possession
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draymond green came up with a block. golden state wins 105-100. they have won 12 straight games. derek carr had two dislocations on his right pinky finger two days ago and despite the pain, carr said he will play, be on the field, next sunday against buffalo. khalil mack scored his first touchdown on the pick six of cam newton clinched the oakland win with a sack and recovered fumble in the final minutes doing just what his quarterback asked him to do. >> for every time there's a two- minute draw come up to him say now it's your turn. go end it. you know, i have fun with him. but i'm dead serious. i said it in the game. and he said, okay. you know? he is really in a class of his kind of own you know? and i'm saying he is better than anybody or anything like that. i think he is the best football player i have ever played with and seen. >> a lot of people might agree with him.
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he is the leader for the defensive player of the year. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. it is 6:26. new details on a triple shooting outside a bay area restaurant that's turned deadly. >> reporter: "fight for $15" protestors are closed down 98th at international and in oakland. we'll tell you why they are out here. [ screaming ] ,,,,,,,, thank you.
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zeroing in on the cause. >> several south bay election results still too close to call. i'm anne makovec live in san jose where an automatic manual recount starts today. >> the kpix weather center okay just follow me put your hands together and go like this because it's cold outside! bundle up. we are going to show you where the coldest temperatures are at this moment. [ rubbing hands ] >> thank you. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. not too bad into downtown san francisco but the rest of the bay area commute is coming up. good morning, it is tuesday, november 29. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:30. right now, in oakland, low wage workers are protesting to get the federal minimum wage at $15. kpix 5's jackie ward at mcdonald's in oakland on how it could spark disruption. >> reporter: it's already started at 20 minutes ago. these couple of hundred
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protestors marched down international boulevard to the 8th and international in front -- 98th and international in front of the mcdonald's and closed down the intersection. oakland police is diverting traffic. it's part of a bigger scene nationally today. fast food workers from restaurants and the airports around the country will be walk out of the job today as part of the latest "fight for $15" protest. mcdonald's and 340 cities are expected to be the prime rally targets and to show support, baggage handlers and cabin cleaners at o'hare and logan airports will demonstrate. we spoke to a man who works at taco bell. >> there are plenty of states not on the way. so right now, we are in a prime position to ensure that people -- other states follow california. >> reporter: today marks the fourth anniversary of "fight
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for $15" but this is the first "fight for $15" protest since donald trump was elected our next president. the last year he said worker wages were too high. this year, he said minimum wage should be raised under the direction of individual state leadership. here in california there's a plan in place to get minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2022 but that's not why these people are out here. these people are out here for a national cause. they claim even $15 isn't a livable wage. but at least it's a start. in oakland, jackie ward, kpix 5. oakland city council members will consider a football stadium proposal aimed at keeping the raiders in the bay area. during that meeting this afternoon, the plan involves an investment group organized by former nfl player ronnie lott. mayor libby schaaf says that taxpayer money will not be used to help cover stadium costs. meanwhile raiders owner mark davis wants to move the team to las vegas. the state of nevada has already approved a plan to help finance
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the stadium using a las vegas hotel tax. be careful if you head out to the beach today. we are under a high surf advisory until 6 p.m. the national weather service says swells could reach 14 feet with breakers up to 17 feet. and if you are a surfer you pay attention to roberta's forecast. >> and also the winds are a factor. >> winds aren't a factor today. yesterday a little bit northwest 10 to 20. today north 5 to 10. i have to ask you something my little resident surfer man. why wouldn't it be great conditions for mavericks then? >> it could be the direction of the, as well. >> good. ding, ding, ding. [ laughter ] >> good one. also i don't think it's big enough. they like 30 feet swells. >> consistent, as well. >> glad you asked him. >> north-northwest or south- southwest. >> water temperature 57 degrees. stay out of the water unless
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you're an expert line kenny choi brings us choi to the world each and every day. good morning, every day. we have a high surf advisory at the local beaches. we'll see some of the breakers up to 17 feet. we'll see beach erosion where currently in half moon bay it's 45 degrees. he same at sfo where we are not seeing any kind of airport delays. we are not the recipient of any kind of breeze this morning into the mid-30s throughout the tri-valley. it's 39 degrees now concord, clayton and walnut creek pittsburg and antioch. mid-40s in napa. north wind to 10 this morning so mixing up the air mass. today's winds flat. high 50s to low 60s. brisk at the beaches. 50s at the peninsula into foster city and palo alto into
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the santa clara valley. willow glen at 60. high 50s milpitas. 50s tri- valley today. you're going to need a light jacket today. bundle up for the bus stop. temperatures today in the 50s and low 60s. north of the golden gate bridge even cooler than that with increasing cloud cover wednesday in the north bay. we'll talk about those clouds and the possibility of rain showers coming up. >> it is 6:35. let take a look at the golden gate bridge. we haven't seen it in a while and i'm sure it's beautiful at this time of the morning. look at that gorgeous shot of the golden gate bridge from marin into san francisco, that will just take you 14 minutes. moving over to the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic starting to back up to the maze here. the maze to downtown westbound will take you 23 minutes and then across the span of the san mateo bridge, that's from hayward to foster city, that will take you 25 minutes right now between 880 and 101. and also keep in mind there is a two-car crash on the high- rise of the san mateo bridge
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blocking a lane as well that will affect your commute across the span. let's move now to the south bay near san jose where we have a fatal crash to report between a car and pedestrian. it's shutting down monterey road at capitol expressway. chp says this will be opening up around 8 a.m. but, of course, we won't know until then. we'll let you know as soon as it gets reopened. as your alternate take "senter road." thank you. three suspects are now in custody in connection with a deadly shooting in union city. police arrested them about a block from the scene last night. it all started outside the texas roadhouse restaurant in the union landing shopping center. police say the suspects shot a total of three people. one of them died and another is in serious condition. in castro valley, police are investigating a possible drive-by shooting last night in a quiet neighborhood on wilson avenue. officers say someone found the
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37-year-old victim in the road. they tried cpr but he died. police are searching for surveillance video to help find the suspect. antioch health officials are trying to figure out how a holiday dinner left three people dead and several others sick an trying to find those with symptoms after thanksgiving dinner at american legion hall. >> we are interviewing people who are sick and also trying to find people who may have been have symptoms but didn't seek healthcare. >> so far three people who fell sick after the dinner have been released from the hospital. for now officials are not releasing the names of the attendees who died. donald trump is under fire for making more allegations of voter fraud. yesterday, green party candidate jill stein filed a lawsuit in pennsylvania seeking to force a recount there. she is also asking for recounts in wisconsin and michigan.
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it's donald trump called it a scam and questioned the results in virginia, new hampshire and california saying millions of people voted illegally. south florida coughing ] [ coughing ] >> to say that it's not being fair or it's not -- that people are counting illegal votes from my vantage point is an insult to the people that run our elections. >> hillary clinton's lead in the popular vote has climbed to over 2 million! elections officials are still counting ballots from some bay area races. several races in santa clara county are too close to call. so an automatic recount is officially under way. kpix 5's anne makovec is live outside the voter registrar's office to explain the process. anne. >> reporter: starting this morning an automatic manual recall [ sic ] in 10 election contests for santa clara county that are too close to call. this automatic manual recount is part of a pilot program that
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requires recounts when the margin of victory for a candidate or measure is within a .5% of the total number of ballots cast or 25 vote. >> between 150 and 200 staff hand counting ballots for eight days. after that we'll perform our final manual audit and certify the election by december 8. >> reporter: by law, counties have up to 30 days to certify the final results to state election officials. so a couple of hot races in santa clara county the race for san jose city council district 8, that's the person that will succeed rose herrera. sylvia arenas is ahead of jimmy nguyen by only 88 votes out of 34,000 votes. here's the race that's even closer. police chief in the city of santa clara incumbent chief michael sellers versus sergeant pat nikolai. sellers is ahead by just 68 votes. the november 8 election, it's
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the election that never ends [chuckling] but they are starting to put an end to it here today. live in san jose, anne makevoc, kpix 5. a california senate race that just ended in l.a. county has given democrat a supermajority in both california houses of the legislature. josh newman beat republican assemblywoman ling-l. any. g chang. democrats control two-thirds of the 40 seats in the state senate. almost one year after 14 people were killed in the san bernardino shooting rampage, survivors say think aren't getting help they need. >> and a state of emergency in eastern tennessee this morning as several fierce wildfires rage out of control. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. the dow is up slightly at this hour. coming up, we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks.
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good morning. let's take a free ride across the bay area. cool with light winds. a high surf advisory is in effect for the coast. 57 in pacifica, onshore 50s around the peninsula. low 60s santa clara valley. whimming around to the eastern portion of our bay area. bright sunshine and great visibility. mount diablo in the 50s, antioch 50s. north bay stinson beach 57. 62 novato, sonoma and napa areas. far reaches of the north bay high 50s and low 60s. survivors of last year' shooting in san bernardino are telling county supervisors they
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are not getting the treatment they need. a husband and wife terrorist duo killed 14 and injured 57 others that day at a county building last december. both later died in the shootout with authorities. some survivors have complained about having workers' compensation claims denied and having trouble obtaining drugs, counseling and other treatment. >> one time i tried to [ indiscernible ] medication, i was told by the pharmacy the approving company saying that [ indiscernible ] [ heavy accent ] >> this coming friday marks one year since the san bernardino massacre. some big news this morning regarding home prices in the bay area. kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks joins us. >> reporter: home prices in the bay area cooling off along with the weather. the s&p kay schiller index says in september bay area home prices were down by.4%.
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prices rose in the rest of the country that surpassed the prior peak in the summer of 2006 before the bubble burst. overall housing price growth in the country up 5.5% and a year- over-year basis bay area prices still rising ahead of that pace up by 5.7%. coming down from the gains we saw this year. the u.s. economy grew stronger than expected in the 3rd quarter. the commerce department went back looked at the numbers and revised growth higher to 3.2% from 2.9%. it was the strongest quarter since the 2nd quarter of 2014. consumer spending and business investment was a little stronger than originally thought. stock market off to a pretty flat start this morning after we lost a little bit of ground to start off the week on monday. let go to the big board see how we're doing so far. the dow down 20 points now. the nasdaq is still hanging on. it's up about 1 point while the s&p has just slipped into the
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red down by 2 points. back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. let's check the commute. >> thank you, kenny. a fatal crash shutting down monterey road at capital spread a car and pedestrian. vta is rerouting bus service in the area but also you will want to reroute yourself if you are driving through the area and take "senter road" as your alternate. we we'll let you know when it's cleared up. police want it cleared by 8 a.m. but we'll keep a look out for it. let's move to the east bay here at the altamont pass traffic coming off 205 you're inching your way through at 7 miles per hour. speeds pick up to 30 miles per hour on north flynn road. north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass will take you up to 49 minutes across 580 westbound and if you are taking that on to the dublin interchange, here's a live look
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altamont pass to 680, 17 minutes. now let's move to the nimitz good both directions 238 in san leandro to the maze, 18 minutes. the intersection of 98th and international is shut down due to protestors so avoid the area. jackie ward is out there live with more details later in the show. the bay bridge toll plaza the maze to downtown will take you 23 minutes if you are heading out the door. that's your traffic. roberta, i'll send it to you. >> roqui, take a look at this. it's our live weather camera look out towards ocean beach from the cliff house this morning and at 6:48 it looks so serene. bundle up. temperatures mid-30s in fact tri-valley, upper 30s in redwood city. and it's now 43 degrees in santa rosa which usually is one of our coolest locations but due to a north breeze at 10, mixing up the air mass. 48 degrees in san francisco. san jose you're waking up to temperatures in the mid-40s.
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high surf advisory in effect now. yesterday we were just talking about a beach hazard statement in effect. now we have the real deal. that's because the swells right now are 8 to 9 feet off ocean beach. these swells will be building to 14 feet breaker at 17 feet. this is definitely going to cause some beach erosion today. never have your back to an angry ocean. if you want to go in the water, it's not advisable. 57 degrees and very strong rip currents, as well. again, coastal areas are clear. we are seeing the development of some dense fog right there in throughout the central valley visibility down to about a quarter mile in throughout sacramento, davis and stockton. but the fog will dissipate and ample sunshine will prevail. high pressure is in command. it's diverting a very vigorous jet stream to the north of the bay area. you see right there? that's a storm a bona fide system there but it's going to bang up into the pacific northwest encompassing victoria british columbia. we are high and dry but pulling down a lot of that cooler air
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mass. nothing but clear skies this afternoon. clouds on the approach, about this time tomorrow morning. this is the front of a weak disturbance. now watch what happens to the rain. watch carefully here. here's the clock. the system begins to descend south and it falls apart at the seams. if we see any kind of rain it will be minimal. clouds out by wednesday night. high pressure rebuilds. we have a dry weather pattern thursday through sunday. i want to update you on our rain stat. we're at 183% of normal for this time of year since october 1. that's hefty! we're doing great! light rain in the forecast tomorrow. sierra snow totals over the weekend two feet of snow at "sierra at tahoe." you're waxing up the skis and boards now. it's now 10 degrees in truckee going up to 36. 57 monterey bay. san jose we're focusing in on you this morning, you're going to see a high temperature today of 60 degrees at mineta international airport.
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rose garden district, as well. 50s and 60s. the dry weather pattern will continue after tomorrow through the weekend. make it a great day. parts of eastern tennessee are under a state of emergency this morning because of several massive wildfires. we just learned that nearly 14,000 people in the gatlinberg area having van waited. officials say at least 100 homes and three resorts are likely destroyed. people are evacuated. hundreds of firefighters and national guard are battling the flames now. it's burning in the great smoky mountains national park and creeping into neighborhoods and downtown. >> the situations are absolutely dangerous. they are dangerous for firefighters, residents and visitors. >> officials say that three people were rushed to the hospital for burns. they are expected to be okay. time now 6:51. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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price to head the department of health and human services. the president- elect will meet with u-s senator bob corker and mitt romney today to ive things to know at the :55. donald trump as tamed tom price to head health and human services -- tapped tom price to head health and human services. secretary of state position may be announced. authorities are still trying to figure out what led a somali refugee to attack students and staff at ohio state university. the suspect mowed down and stabbed 11 people on campus yesterday before a police officer shot and killed him. 77 people are dead after a plane crashed near medellin, colombia, overnight. the plane was carrying 81 people including members of a brazilian soccer team. the flight's crew declared an electrical emergency shortly before the crash. investigators are trying to determine if heavy rain played a role. today oakland city council is expected to vote on a plan
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to build a new football stadiumty site of the coliseum. mayor libby schaaf says no tax mayor money will be used for construction. -- no taxpayer money will be used for construction. three person in custody at 9:00 last night at the text roadhouse in union landing shopping center. one person is dead, two others injured. i'm jackie ward live in oakland at the intersection of 98th and international. [ loud screaming ] >> the "fight for $15" protest is still going strong. police issued two dispersal warnings and said they have five minutes to go before they make arrests. about two dozen or so people have been arrested. this has remained peaceful. it hasn't had any issues. but you can see police officers right now reading protestors their rights and arrested them. they closed down the
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intersection about 45 minutes now. a couple hundred protestors marched down international boulevard heading inbound and then stood here to express their concerns. this is happening across the country. people are protesting for $15 federal minimum wage. and union rights. in california, there's already a plan in place to move minimum wage to $15 by 2022. people out here this morning are here in solidarity with millions of other minimum wage workers who need a raise. rico johnson living in the bay area and is a single father of 10-year-old twins and says providing a sustainable life for his family is a struggle. >> quite honestly, we deserve more than 15. but that's all we're asking for. you know, like we're not asking to become millionaires. we are not asking to, you know, um, retire on this income. >> this is just the beginning of what will be a full morning of protests. and it goes far beyond the fast food industry. uber drivers want to join in on
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this movement. in fact, a couple of them are already here this morning and they will all be organizing uber and lyft drivers at sfo starting around9:30 this morning. it will continue until noon. there will be a day of protestors to get the federal minimum wage up to $15 an hour. jackie ward, kpix 5 let's move to mass transit. all on time. let's check the slow-moving traffic on the san mateo bridge, crash cleared but residual backup. 880 to 101 up to 30 minutes san jose monterey road shut down at capitol expressway with a fatal crash. police hope it will be cleared out by 8 a.m.
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but we'll keep an eye on it. take "senter road" as an alternate. that's your traffic. i'll send it to you, roberta. >> i stole your traffic camera, roqui! there it is. looking toward the the golden gate bridge a few high, thin clouds notice the flag is flat nonexistent breeze and there you have the scene from mount vaca. isn't that beautiful this morning? currently we have temperatures into the 30s and 40s. it is 37 degrees for the coolest spot in throughout the tri-valley. later today, a rather cool day with the bright sunshine. winds won't be as aggressive as yesterday out of the north five to ten. 50s and sixes. we have a slight chance of rain in the north bay tomorrow. otherwise, a dry weather pattern from thursday all the way through monday. >> thank you. thanks for watching, everyone. that's it. guys. >> i have pie. >> you have pie? >> my aunt made pie for us. >> what kind of pie? >> sweet potato pie. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com
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good morning to our viewers in the west, it is tuesday, november 29th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." two big breaking stories. a plane carrying a brazilian soccer team crashes in colombia killing 75 people. remarkably six survived. plus, out of control wildfires threaten thousands of people and tear through homes, businesses and schools near tennessee's great smokey mountains. a student who attacked students at ohio state was angry about muslims. investigators want to know if he had any terror connections. president-elect trump meets with secretary of state candidate mitt romney a second time. >> but we gi

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