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to abolish the time change with two-thirds majority. even then it will not be a done deal. california, which still needs congressional approval. >> do you see it getting congressional approval? >> i think it is possible. >> congressman rocanas says the country is outgrowing the need. and earlier this year, marco rubio introduced a bill to switch to standard time for the whole country. he says california, they could jump start the national debate. >> i think california, passing a bat lot initiative would go a long way as we tend to set that trend, whether it will be alternative energy or lgbtq rights. california, they really have a huge impact on the nation. >> the problem is if we did that, it will be dark quite late in the morning and until after 8:00. doing away with the time change would mean kids would walk to school in the dark, increasing their risk for accident. it would be chaotic. >> the elementary schools would probably have winter hours, so
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kids didn't have to walk to school in the dark and we would start to see workplaces change their hours. everybody, they would be changing the hours, not in a coordinated way the way that we would do now. in a specific day. but in an uncoordinated way. >> there could be doubts, and the professor, you mentioned, they could be called out to testify. we should have an open debate and get all the facts out. the key thing with this proposition is that at least it will allow for that debate to take place. >> kiet do, kpix 5. >> even though we just got an extra hour of sleep, the time change could still throw off your sleep patterns, and that is what they are warning people to stay clear of drowsy driving. >> we're not sure whether this has to do with because of the change of the time, but we tend to see that people are driving kind of tired, you know, one of the things that my people is, they need to make sure that they are not resting if they are traveling, making the long
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trips or the rest areas, make sure they address themselves. >> and it begins tomorrow, running through next monday. new details into the newsroom on yesterday's deadly police shooting in danville. the man who died has been identified to be from newark. he was acting strangely. and that's when neighbors called police. when officers arrived, they said the suspect took off in a car, letting him on a brief chase. when he steered his vehicle directly towards an officer, they were forced to open fire. he was taken to the hospital where he later died. the deputy who shot him is a five-year veteran of the sheriff's department. the sheriff's office, stanville police, and the district attorney, they are all investigating tonight. a big clash at the state capital today and the run u -- run up to tuesday's elections.
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a conservative group came face to face with a group of counterprotesters. >> reporter: things wrapped up just after 4:00. several hundred people filling the capital area here -- capitol area here, pushing forth president trump's america first agenda. counterprotesters stood loud in opposition. >> voice-to-voice, face to face, but no violence. organizers of the red rally was loud, firm, focused on the issues. >> i think they need to change and work on bringing american values back. and i think the people on the left don't support america. >> reporter: police on horseback and on the ground to keep counterprotesters separated. >> this is just terrible and homophobic rhetoric. avoiding a repeat when white nationalists clashed with protesters at the cap, to
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leaving five people stabbed. >> nothing violent would ever happen because this is not a city of violence. >> we are not all -- we are not all bigots. no weapons, no violence, and things were peaceful as they played out here along the steps of the state capell -- in the state capitol. protesters at a rally in georgia this afternoon. >> you see these guys, the helmets with with the pads and they are swinging clubs viciously. they couldn't care if they hit. they are bad people and people that will be causing problems. the press doesn't want to talk
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about it. >> on a last-minute push through several key states. and they are going head to head with the former president. new at 6:00, the city of sausalito has had it with bad behavior on the bay. tonight they're preparing to wheel in the anchor out. for decades people living in small boats have squatted in the bay rent free. the numbers have grown to 250 in the past year. police say the complaints have also spiked over problems like garbage. some of the so-called anchor outs told us last year they're not a threat to anybody. >> it looks like every 10 to 15 years, somebody who has nothing for anybody will get upset. >> the past few days, they have placed warning stickers on decks, saying they might be evicted. they are concentrating on removing vessels that are unoccupied as they might target
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the voters themselves. >> you don't want to understand why they are evicting the two moms. >> they need to make a kind of profit, but cost. >> people are getting the eviction notices as well, but a measure on the ballot this tuesday that could close the loophole where they have been falling through. that'll be coming up later in that newscast. san francisco could be on track to smash voter turnout for election, breaking down some of the numbers. >> reporter: more than a thousand people will cast their ballots here with even more people expected to turn out tomorrow. early voting were being counted at city hall, but none will be made public until after they close on tuesday. >> a very good turnout so far in san francisco, adding up as these numbers will continue and a surprising turnout.
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>> reporter: san francisco started keeping track of the turnouts in the 60s. so far the largest turnout was in 1974 when 68% of the registered voters cast a ballot. based on the numbers so far this year, they could meet or exceed that record. >> i have come here to vote and to drop off my ballot in the past. i haven't seen this many people and i was very pleased to see all the people, everybody. >> we have heard a lot of them leading up to the election and there will be great candidates on the ballot. i think people, they really want their voices to be heard. >> reporter: early voting will continue here on saturday hall from 8:00 to 5:00 and all polling places across the city will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on election day tuesday. kailen glasper, kpix 5. >> if you plan to take time off on tuesday to vote, you better
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let your boss know soon. >> political reporter melissa caen is here with your rights. >> reporter: today is the last day to tell your employer if you want to take time off work to vote on tuesday. california secretary of state talks about the state law at a press conference on friday. >> i want to remind california workers that they will be eligible for paid time off for the purpose of voting on election day. >> and now under california law, workers, they can take two hours of paid time off to vote under certain circumstances. the employee must be unable to vote because of their work schedule. polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. people whose schedules means they can't get to the polls during that time can ask for paid time off. and also they must tell their employer they want time off, at least two working days before the election day. and the time off to vote should be in the beginning of the shift or at the end. either come in early or later
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or leave early and let the employer and employee make other arrangements. as long as you are in line, the polling place has to stay open to allow you to vote. juliette, brian? >> i like that. great advice, thank you. and the way you can stay up to date on all states and local race -- races, go to we'll have you covered. we'll be bringing you live results, analysis, all evening, starting at 8:00. with a special live stream on we are not the silver bullet, but we want to give you a choice. >> and this bay area developer says they could save you up to 50% of rent, but there's a catch. these units, they come with a lot of company. >> the only way to beat california's freeway traffic once and for all. we will show you how elon musk's latest project is on track to do it. and the bay area gas station that will be giving drivers the chance to fill up for free tomorrow. we said free.
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>> gazing across the bay from oakland to san francisco, great night for star gazing. we will see if there will be any rain on the horizon though when we come back.
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a bay area developer has a
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new plan to ease the bay area's housing crunch, promising to cut your monthly rent by up to 50%. but kpix 5 devin fehely shows us if you are thinking about trying it out, you better be a people person. >> reporter: many of us have fond memories of living in the college dorm when we were younger, but are people willing to embrace this concept as an adult. we want to give you a choice. john deshonski says the company's dormitory-style apartments shaved 25% off the price of the conventional rental. >> people will find this is a new form of multi-family apartment housing that will allow people to fit comfortably without wasting a lot of money on kitchens, living rooms, hall way space that will go unused throughout the day. >> converting on existing buildings, so they shared
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living models two years ago. but now wants to build brand new buildings in san jose and san francisco. with people being priced out of the market all the time, they don't think the idea will be a tough sell anymore. >> we don't grow up in houses full of family. we have had roommates to get along. why not just make it scalable and make it make sense? i think there is a lot of logic to doing this and i applaud it. >> reporter: what about the things you didn't like about living in a college dorm? like a roommate who was a slob? star city has an answer for that as well. >> we have a cleaning staff that is full time for us that cleans the common spaces every single day. >> rents average between $1,600 to $2,400 a month. they plan to bring the prices down on a large-scale process. and they hope to have it running by 2021. devin fehely, kpix 5. backers of california's prop 6 really want your support on tuesday.
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so much so they are going to give away free gas tomorrow. several gas stations are going to register drivers for a free fill-up in support of the campaign to repeal the gas tax. here in the bay area it will be the station on the boulevard in san leandro. show up any time tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. and you can enter a drawing for a free $50 gas card. all right, well want to get away? launching three new flights this week, starting today. and tomorrow, they are adding extra service to portland, oregon, and also orange county, if you would rather travel underground, you'll be able to do that next month in los angeles. elon musk posted new video of the high-speed tunnel he is building under the city. on track for a brand new opening party.
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free rides for the -- for the public will start next day. and at 150 miles per hour, an effort to ease congestion. >> it was raining in california about two hours ago. it wasn't running here and the two hours since it has stopped raining. that's as far south as they have made it and that is about it with a perfect excuse, but only high clouds as the temperatures fell. where it is still dry and warm, but no new red flag warnings. here is the forecast for tomorrow and the numbers, they will remain in the upper 70s, after falling about 10 degrees from yesterday. east bay in the low 70s.
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boy isn't that a pretty shot as we look out towards the golden gate from the top of the salesforce towers. san francisco managed 67. warm in santa rosa at 84, concord 80. san jose was 10 degrees cooler though at 73. the taillights are heading out towards the pass and tracy beyond right now. concert with 73. oakland 62. and san jose at 63. there is no shift to the pattern. and so maybe ten days from now things will shift, but in the meantime, that is not going to change much in terms of temperatures or the prospects for rain. tomorrow looks sunny. maybe a rack of high clouds too, but that's it and mars is out there with good star gazing weather tonight. mild weather because the moon
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will be out of the way and for monday, warm, dry in the week ahead. heading out of sfo westerly, northwesterly winds at 18 miles an hour. a high of 69 degrees. new york's got rain and so does seattle. los angeles 77. overnight lows, napa down to 46. 49 degrees in san jose. for tomorrow the numbers are pretty close to average. san francisco at 68 degrees. in concord, we've got 78. san jose 76, and oakland 72 degrees. down in the -- down in the south bay, low 70s. 74 at union city. 72 at hayward, for the east bay tomorrow, sunshine, a little hazy, and the numbers in the mid to upper 70s. and maybe a few low clouds along, out around the lighthouse. inland, sunshine, mid-70s. the same thing, 76 degrees in the northern end of the napa valley. and 82.
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extended forecast, the numbers, they will flatten out for the rest of the week. and a minor cooling trend between now and midweek. and in the low 60s, sunnyside up, all week long. that's weather for sports, the award winner from vern glenn. >> sports settling in, the 6:00 hour. and the key nfl matchups ahead. no more unbeaten teams. we've got lead donors, creating the separation from the pretenders. k. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11.
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proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed."
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vote yes on 11. hitting you with highlights, right through the imaginary a gap. and then they crashed in. the final minute of the first half on unbeaten l.a. the rams with an eighth though in the last quarter. jared goff flipped -- to cooper kupp with a 41-yard scoring play. tied up the game at 35. saints went back up by three and then this. drew brees, to michael thomas, 72-yard clinching touchdown, ball game. thomas, let's just say he
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wanted to throw in the result. 211 receiving yards. who dat? who dat? saints 45, rams 35. rams first loss for the season. and cleveland, interim head coach greg williams patrolled the sidelines. hosting kansas city. another big day for quarterback patrick mahomes. the screen pass to karim hunt. and hunt threw a hunt of his own, finished with 141 total yards, three more touchdowns. browns, they found out what it was like to get karim. 37-21. and chiefs will enjoy. and they just keep finding ways to win. and for owner paul allen. they would host the chargers, the opening drive, russell wilson, all the time in the world. they found jaren brown in the back of the end zone. the receivers, they just love
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it or the touchdowns are made. the fourth quarter, l.a., now leading 19-10. here is wilson again. trying to drive and make a play. but desmond king, step in to jump that route. and go. 42-yard pick six. putting them ahead 25-10. but wilson, one more chance to tie up the game. david moore will be open. he couldn't hang on to win it and the game is over. l.a., hung on for their fifth straight win. 25-17. khalil mack in street clothes, the bears in white and didn't need them. from the own field, 41-9 and improved to 5-3. tampa bay, the quarterback winston with a healthy stretch.
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a big win at carolina and the reigning magic. he was picked up by the former 49er. his first interception as a panther. a big return setting up the panthers touchdown. and i love this. because mccaffrey out of stanford and they went and hurdled that man. up and over and 32-yard chucked play. you want to see it again? he had 157 total touchdowns, into the second quarter. a one-handed catch. carolina, they held 42-28. 10 straight wins at home for steph curry and the hometown team, improving to 6-26789 boy, you would hate to -- 6-2, boy, you would hate to see this. losing three starters upfront as they would host the falcons. we are watching the quarterback, alex smith.
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avoiding the sack. took off running. pay for it. what a big shot from the falcons safety, brian boles. smith, he just got blasted on the play, stayed in. the fourth quarter, up 41-13. looking for moore. julio jones, a pass and catch, get off me, touchdown. his first since last november and the falcons, they beat the redskins, 38-14. baseball, american league gold glove winners, just announced, just moments ago. these are the best at their position. the first baseman, matt olson, a's 3rd baseman, matt chapman among the winners. still waiting for the national league winners. coming up on game day for alfonso mckinney from your golden state warriors, joining me in studio. that's right, a warrior in studio tonight. the chicago native had quite the journey through the nba and
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what would stop in mexico, earlier this week he scored a career high of 19 points. and against his hometown chicago bulls. but that's the way the homecoming will be so special. >> and i started today, signing off on the documents to get my mom the house. >> man, that a boy on that one. buying your mom the house. >> yeah, probably one of the best moments, you know, ever to me. that is something that she wanted, and something she has been wanting for me to be able to do that and the ultimate blessing. >> yeah, isn't that something? >> mom? >> here are the keys. >> your sons love your mamas, yes, you do. >> it will be time on game day and with this election season. guess who will be back at work again? >> as you may hear, i have been doing a little campaigning. >> the top democrats, they're making a final push to the polls this weekend and literally losing their own political voices in the process. plus, gavin newsom can't seem to shake this guy and the
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truck that will be hot on his campaign trails through southern california. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis.
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vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
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this election will decide whether we will build on this extraordinary prosperity that we have created. >> the health care of millions is on the ballot. a fair shake for work and families. it's on the ballot. >> our top story at 6:30. neither president trump or former president obama are listed on any ballots this week, but both men are campaigning like mad. mr. trump is making stops in multiple states, urging supporters to vote in tuesday's
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midterms. >> meg oliver shows us they are hot on the trail doing the exact same thing. >> former president barack obama campaigned in gary, indiana on sunday for senator joe donnelly. >> he was always focused on what is the best thing for the hoosiers he served and he was honest and direct. >> reporter: obama has been stumping for democrats in the final days of campaigning before tuesday's midterm elections. >> when you vote, you can be a check on bad behavior. and when you vote, you can choose hope over fear. >> president trump is every bit as busy, trying to win votes in republican candidates and state and national races. >> the level of fever is very strong on the republican side >> reporter: the president urged voters in macon, georgia. >> to protect your jobs, defend
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your borders, fight for your values. and continue to make america great again. >> democrats believe they will have a shot to reach 218 seats in the house, which would be enough to take control. cbs news director of elections and surveys, anthony salvanto says they need voters who usually don't come out for mid elections. >> if those folks don't show up, republicans will hold the house, and they will hold the house. dems will only get to 215, but not enough. >> most analysts will expect republicans to maintain their majority in the senate. meg oliver, cbs news, new york. the very character of our country is on the ballot on tuesday. >> did you catch that? former vice president joe biden may need to take some time off to rest his voice after the election and so will his former
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boss. >> as you may hear, i've been doing a little campaigning, but i'm a little out of shape. voice wise. so i'm going to be a little bit horse, i -- hoarse, i hope you don't mind. that just means i'm out there working. >> kamala harris was also out there tonight with fellow democrat gavin newsom. now she appeared alongside the gubernatorial candidate along the campaign trail in southern california. >> and when we honor our ancestors, we could honor them early, not just on election day. we can make the difference because of the power that will be with the people. >> newsom is traveling around the state with a bus and being followed by a truck warning of
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lost jobs and higher taxes. the group californians for accountability is behind it. president jesse rojas says newsom and other democrats are fostering conditions that scare businesses away. >> i personally and my parents did not come to this great cown ,000,000,000,000 immigrating from mexico to seat current politicians such as gavin newsom and others, trying to make california economically socially like the very same country to run away from. >> rojas claims since he served as lieutenant governor. and they have become less affordable and dangerous criminals are being released onto the streets. he is throwing his support behind republican john cox instead, who is also traveling around. >> and still to come, terrifying crash caught on camera. >> and now a police officer had his dash camera rolling as they go flying across the hood. >> and you can easily roll it up and look outside and pull it back down. >> and it will be a grin son of
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the times. the teen who used his eagle scout project to shield his classmates from a potential school shooter.
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barb wire used properly could be a beautiful sight. >> u.s. troops are stringing barb we're along the board -- barb wire along the border. soldiers are busy working with humvees and bulldozers. the units being deployed includes military police and combat engineers. mexico's government estimates more than 5,000 migrants are now moving through the southern part of the country. some have reached the state of vera cruz. the u.s. secretary of state mike pompeo has been speaking to his counterparts of the south. >> we have made clear to them they need to take every effort they can to stop the illegal migration from entering the united states and the president has made very clear they will not be permitted to enter our
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country unlawfully. >> mexico's interior ministry says nearly 2,800 migrants have filed for asylum in mexico and around 500 have asked for help to return to their countries of origin. a wisconsin police officer had their dash camera rolling when a motorcyclist went flying across his hood, take a look. this happened on monday. the 58-year-old rider is expected to be okay. now ironically the officer was doing traffic control at the sight of a previous accident when the cyclist collided with his cruiser. >> boy. northern california high school student just finished an eagle scout service project that could save lives during a school shooting. reporter adrian moore shows us how a simple piece of cloth could protect students by keeping them hidden. >> reporter: it's the last thing students want to think about. what to do if a gunman is on campus. >> in case of an active shooter and they need to cover up the window, you can just throw it
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on easily and if they need to peek and look outside the window, you can roll it up and look outside. then pull it back down. >> reporter: scott kiel is installing magnetic curtains to keep students, teachers, staff safe at folsom high school. >> it's a pillow case designed. we just glued magnets with e600 and they stay on pretty well and you just throw it up. >> reporter: the life scout made it his eagle scout service project after a little inspiration from his mom, a teacher at the school. >> original what they were going to do is just hire someone to come and make all the curtains. and my mom was like no, no, we can do this as a service project, you don't have to spend too much money on it. >> two weagsured every single window. >> reporter: for a fraction of the cost, his curtains will compliment the safety tools in place across the district, adding in an extra layer of concealment. >> these window covers will enhance what we have here for precautionary measures for
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student safety. >> reporter: a protective cover, shielding students and staff from danger should it ever make its way on to campus. >> even though bad things are happening, good people are coming in, helping out. >> and it is sad that it has come to that. in all scott and a team of volunteers may have installed more than 100 curtains at folsom high. by the way, he has just three more merit badges to go before he officially becomes an eagle scout. and still to come, the push to close oakland's duplex loophole. >> i never thought i would be in this situation, but here i am, it's real, it's a crisis. >> tenants are scrambling to find a new place to live. posting more notices on their doors while they still can. >> tonight, they meet for the prestigious breakthrough prize. i'm betty yu. coming up, i'll have red carpet highlights. and a tree falling in the forest might not make a sound, but just try taking one down in
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berkeley. the uproar of the plans to uproot a neighborhood icon. >> all that and plus back to work forecast as we would look live over the city of san francisco. it's all coming up after a break. proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. "look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act through congress,
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and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein recently, more than $20 million has been spent in the race for superintendent of public instruction to attack my friend tony thurmond's record. well, i've worked with tony, and no one is more qualified to lead our state's schools. that's why tony thurmond is the only candidate endorsed by classroom teachers and the california democratic party. because tony will stand up to the donald trump-betsy devos agenda and has always protected our local public schools. join me in voting for tony thurmond. let's put our kids first. for tony thurmond. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing,
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expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein. proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. from the big screen to the science lab, for the breakthrough prize award. >> from the breakthrough prize
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here at the research center. tonight, it will be a star studded aware hosted by pierce brosnan. expecting many hollywood a- listers, protecting the awards tonight. already, we've seen ron howard and orlando bloom walk the red carpet. the breakthrough prize is given out each year, recognizing the top scientist. and each prize is $3 million, presented in the life sciences, fundamental physics, and the math fields. now this year a total of $22 million will go to researchers, developing new technologies, and also growing our knowledge in those categories that i just mentioned. >> the reason why i like being here because they are doing something different, so different from what i'm doing. and i feel like my process, it will make me have to look inward a lot and kind of stay focused. i'm a real observer as well, but what i would like about this event is that the people who are being granted these big sums of money, they are
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thinking about everybody else. >> the breakthrough prize will be sponsored by mark zuckerberg and russian entrepreneur. i'll have many more highlights coming up tonight at 11:00. at the nasa ames research center, betty yu, kpix 5. one of the oldest living things in berkeley has died. neighbors are sad, but some -- some are angry. >> reporter: no one really knows if the tree falling in the forest will make a sound, but it does if it is in berkeley. >> if you walk with any regularity, you'll know the tree. >> reporter: no one is sure how long this italian stone pine tree has stood on russell street in berkeley. and some say more than 125 years. it was here when streetcars began taking people up the road to the then brand new claire mont hoe -- claremont hotel. owners say the trees are dead and they have to with removed. >> it was pretty quick about four, five months ago that we
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noticed needles were turning brown. >> reporter: last week the homeowners posted signs, letting them write their thoughts. even held a gathering to mark their passing. >> the tree has been here a lot longer than i have and it will unfortunately it won't be here as long as i will. >> reporter: but mixed in with the sadness is anger. some accuse the homeowner of killing the tree by severing the roots to create this retaining wall and abusing it during a home renovation. >> they plowed a lot of dirt on the trees for at least a month. and that was enough, i mean, saying that was enough to do it. >> reporter: the homeowner says they believe the tree was at the end of the life span. >> it is very tough for people who have grown up in the neighborhood and it is like a neighbor for them, you know, for us, it's sad, but it is still so new. >> reporter: that's true, a tree is probably more valued by
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people who grew up sitting in the shade or swinging from their branches as kids. that may be hard for some newcomers to understand. >> some people, they're upset. it's understandable. but you know, just try not to take it personally, i guess. >> and the homeowner says they will replant, probably not another italian stone pine, maybe some fruit trees. in berkeley, john ramos, kpix 5. and the homeowner says they plan to remove the tree early this month. well it is a new first for nasa. the parker solar probe has set a record for the closest approach to the sun by a manmade object. it blew by the sun up to speed at more than 150,000 miles per hour. and it blew away the current record of 26.5 million from the sun's surface. this is just the beginning. the parker solar probe is expected to get within four million miles of the sun by 2024. >> and a neat segway in the weather world. we'll have a warm week. of course, winds were a big
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factor and a red flag warning posted through 6:00 in the morning. winds have not only abated a bit, but the direction will be all important. now it has shifted to the west northwest instead of the east. still higher elevations of the east bay along the spine of the hayward faults, all the way up into the north bay at higher elevations, continuing to be a concern. winds are the problem and the weather service, they will keep an eye on it with the stronger sea breeze, meaning the temperatures fell from 5 to 15 degrees today. and that influence, it was felt inland where it will be dry and warm and fire danger persists, but at the moment, no red flag warnings posted. still managing the warm temperatures, but not as warm as yesterday. they fell 10 degrees to 73. tomorrow, a little bit cooler, a notch or two, but that's about it. still at 73 on this sunday night. oakland 62 and then in san francisco, it's 62. from high above the west coast, double barrel high pressure will cool us off slightly the next couple of days. i say no rain in sight, but it
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will be up in the pacific place, no rain for us. that was it. and so we will have good star gazing weather tonight if you can see a few stars behind the rack of high clouds overhead. mild weather for tomorrow warm and dry in the week ahead. if you are heading out of san francisco to yreka on the north coast, a few low clouds along the shoreline. inland, sacramento at 80. out at yosemite, 57 degrees. sun up tomorrow 21 minutes before 7:00. for you early risers, you'll see the sun for the first time in that time slot and in a while and temperatures, in the upper 40s, the lower 50s to start out monday. then we will recover totemperatures to be a degree or two cooler today. san francisco hit 68. and oakland at 72. down in the south pay with plenty of sunshine. numbers in the mid to upper 70s, still plenty warm, just not quite as warm as what it was yesterday. 77 for benicia. pleasanton will live up to the
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name at 79 degrees. over in the north bay, 77. petaluma 76. albertalbert hitch did most of the shooting. 76 degrees at lakeport and 77 at clearlake. extended forbe, going with plenty of sun this week. numbers in the mid-70s inland. low 7s around the -- low 70s around the bay. nothing will change from here to quote another great movie. dry weather from here to the middle of the month. that's weather. we'll be right back after a break. the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms,
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supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
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proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. south lake tahoe is weighing a proposal to limit short-term rentals. measure t would bar rentals of 30 days or less except in a tourist core area. opponents warn the city will lose millions in annual revenue from taxes and fees, but supporters will see a boost for hotels and a stronger community
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with more full-time residents. a measure on the ballot in oakland this week will him to make it much harder for -- this week will make it harder to extend laws. >> loophole wills allow those kinds oaf vicks. now some landlords are rushing to kick tenants out before that loophole closes. >> so you just don't want to explain why you're evicting these two women? two single moms? >> reporter: this is the oakland housing crisis, upclose and personal. >> it's not the right time to speak, i'm sorry. >> reporter: a landlord dodging our questions about the tenants he's going to evict. >> i understand everybody needs to make some sort of a profit, but at what cost? >> reporter: pettis is one of them. >> i'm a professional woman sitting here, making a decent living. >> reporter: she is a nurse working full time while raising three children and a grandson in the upstairs unit of this westoakland triplex.
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>> i honestly don't have a plan as i sit here today. >> reporter: that's scary >> that's very scary. >> reporter: robin is also getting kicked out. >> it is my job to make sure my daughter has a safe place to stay, and that's not something she should be worried about. she is worried we're going to be sleeping in our cars. >> reporter: the two single moms have been paying their rent on time with no complaints or problems so far. but this year the next door neighbors bought their building. the neighbor's son, oliver, moved in to unit number 3 and immediately slapped his newly acquired tenants with a 60-day termination of termination notice. >> it doesn't make any sense because when you go owner occupied, he has an apartment, why does he need both units? >> reporter: he may not need both of the units for himself, but he could still legally evict any tenants living in them because of a little known
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exemption to oakland's just cause eviction law. unlike tenants who can only be kicked out for certain specific just cause reasons. tenants of duplexes and triplexes could be evicted. >> they figured out this loophole with just cause. they figure if they brought their son into the deal and moved him in the downstairs unit, that would enable him to put us out. and that is exactly what happened. >> so you can move in and then once you have lived on the property, then the restrictions on the eviction and stuff will go away because it's your home. >> reporter: we exposed how the realtors are selling triplexes in oakland, coaching would-be buyers on how to evict tenants for profit. you might remember mark hammond, he was living at a
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duplex on the market at that time. >> the real estate agents, they sold it like that as an opportunity, as in you can evict these people quite easily, just follow these steps. and then you can get that long- term tenant out. >> reporter: his building was quickly snapped up. just as quickly, he got his 60- day eviction notice, forcing him to pack up. >> and they closed on a friday and on the monday i got served in person. you know, that was kind of what fits into your investigation is about. >> reporter: our investigation, oakland voted to put a measure on the november ballot that would close the so-called duplex loophole. >> yearn -- your investigative report shows what that is. >> reporter: the main opponent is called y. it represents landlords. we reached out to them, but they didn't want to comment for this story. >> reporter: robin and turima have had the same response. >> there is no conversation. they refused to speak to us.
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if they had just come over and had a conversation with us, i would have not been opposed to paying a little more. >> reporter: instead, both women have just two months to find another place to live. >> i never thought i would be in this situation, but here i am. it's real, it's a crisis. >> what do you do? you just keep your head up and that's all you do. >> reporter: in oakland, susie steimle, kpix 5. >> and mark hammond who says he mentioned was able to find a new place to rent, but his place has doubled. while some can afford it, others cannot. we will be following this story. >> and we will also be following that measure, measure y, a vote in oakland on tuesday. you can stay up to date on all state and local races. just go to we will be bringing you live results and analysis all election night, that will start at 8:00 with our special live stream on on election
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night. for now, thanks for watching. 60 minutes is next. >> for news throughout the evening, the latest is always on we will see you right back here at 11:00. have a good evening, good night. big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein
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vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you.
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four years ago, we rejected marshall tuck and his billionaire backers for superintendent of public instruction. but they're back. the corporate billionaires and their handpicked candidate, former wall street banker marshall tuck. tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: diverting funds from our public schools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck.
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