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ballooned to $1500. what's the explanation there? >> the city says people here are using more water, but many residents tell us it's not the usage going up, just their water bills. >> barbara cunningham took down her halloween decorations today, but she says what really scares her is her latest water bill. >> our water bill is ridiculous. >> she's not alone, this site shows more than 100 nearby residents who say their bill shot up by as much as 100% from two months ago. >> we don't feel like we did water our yard properly and take care of things the way they should be. >> water bills have gone up. local water provider zone 7 raised rates in january.
but also says, people are using more water. >> they started watering a bit more. and didn't focus so much on conservation so we saw an increase in total water consumption throughout the city. >> for most of us i think we continued to save. >> bob says his bill went up even as his usage stayed steady. >> for the most part, 6 to 8 units getting used. i get my bill and i see 15 units. wait a minute, i didn't water any differently. >> a military over how expensive it should be to go green. >> we reached out to zone seven, the supplier didn't comment. reporting live in pleasanton. >> more progress in san francisco involving the sinking millennium paw.
the city attorney has not elaborated. we know the city served is a peen thats on millennium's developer back in september. this is back in 2009. they didn't know about this issue until this year. if that's true, millennium partners could be prosecuted under civil law for withholding information for potential buyers. our initial investigation into this problem, triggered city hearings on the high priced tower. >> a better deal or predatory pricing. a san francisco judge will have to decide if uber's low cost rides are so low, they violate federal law. michelle roberts is live at sfo to explain. >> the lawsuit claims uber prices are so low, they're pushing other companies out.
we're here at the airport where we've been seeing ride share taxis come and go all day. now ride share companies are fighting for the same. >> hailing a taxi, requesting an uber can be done on your cell phone. >> a customer having a choice is a good thing for business to flourish. >> greg cochran says taxis face stricter regulations. flywheel has seen a sharp decline in ridership. >> this is my living and in that way it does discourage me. >> according to a lawsuit filed this morning, uber is offering prices 10 to 45% below taxi companies. >> when you provide services at a lower price to put competitors out of business, that allows you to monday open lies and raise prices to whatever you want.
>> they're using the investor dollars to offset the price. >> it's cheaper than taxis. >> cabs have to find a way to get into the battle. >> our technology lets us make our network more efficient over time. innovations like uber pool are further lowering prices making ride sharing more available to more people. >> lawyers say this case could take more than a year to resolve. reporting live at sfo, michelle roberts, nbc bay area news. >> this isn't the only lawsuit flywheel is involved in. they sued the public utilities commission last year. the suit claims the cpuc favors companies like uber and lyft.
because the cpuc treats them as transportation network companies, not taxis. taxis must accept all rides without discrimination, and they're subject to city and county price controls. uber and lyft don't have to follow any of these rules. this july, a judge rejected a motion to dismiss the case. >> two men accused in the deadly beating of a homeless man in san francisco. surveillance video captured the attack on 67-year-old ty lamb investigators matched did dna from the crime scene to the two suspects. he was arrested in idaho, while already serving time for an unrelated crime the second suspect is david peters. both men are charged with
murder, robbery and assault. they'll return to court in january. mavericks could be on the world's top big waive surfers could get the word any minute now to rush to half moon bay. this year for the first time, women will be competing. the competition has some new challenges. >> people here are excited about the possibilities of the upcoming storm. the women's competition is a big step up for the contest. mavericks was forced to allow women to get this year's permit. contest organizers are struggling to convince the board they deserve a long term permit. >> surfers expected to k350e9 are excited about the upcoming swell swells with hopes the contest might be on. a surf champion could be competing, the contest features
a 6 women single heat to go along with the full fledged competition. the heat was added after the california coastal commission required mavericks to include women in order to get a contest permit. this was the first time they've had enough qualified women surfers, the organizers pointed out, they went a step further. >> we have a plan for next year, we're stepping on the gas, accelerating that plan right now. going to hold the event. mavericks want the california coastal commission to extend the permit four more years, skeptics says a one year permit gives everyone a chance to see how it all works out. >> we needed to start somewhere, i think everyone's really happy about the opportunity. >> this is most important. to focus on how we can create a
better future for the up and coming kids. >> in terms of this year's contest, i talked to jeff clark, the founder of the contest. while the upcoming storm looks promising. they're reluctant to pull the trigger so early in the season and miss a big storm later. robert honda, nbc bay area news. traffic is back to normal on a busy street in freemont. not for much of the day. it was a wet mess for most of the bay. water flooded mission boulevard shortly before 1:00 p.m. traffic was diverted on to nursery avenue. >> there are new questions about what happened inside of the gym of a south bay fitness trainer. he's accused
of inappropriate touching more than a dozen female clients. >> david wolf smith's attorney
says even though his client opened a new gym this summer, the personal trainer is not seeing clients there. we obtained this flyer, advertising his services. and we have more on the charges. he allegedly touched female clients inside his old gym in morgan hill. it's his new gym located within the walls of this security company that's causing more controversy. >> severe danger to the protection of the public. >> he shouldn't be training any clients. because the allegations against him are so serious. wolf smith was sent back to jail last week after a request to increase his bail. just because his client has a
license for personal training business, it doesn't mean he's conducting any business.
>> there's been no personal training done there. between my client and any women. >> this woman is an employee of rfi. she asked us to hide her identity. >> was david wolf smith training clients in his facility in san jose? >> there are a couple employees that signed up. wolf smith obtained a business license in san jose, we received this from a second employee, it's a flyer advertising personal training services and a chance to get a tour and meet the trainers. >> is this flyer real? >> yes, that flyer was put up all throughout the office. >> in court, the san jose facility is housing his gym equipment, it's just sitting there, this employee says, that's not true. >> it's a training facility, he's completely remodeled the inside. >> will smith's attorney says
this new information is inconsistent with what he knows, plus he says wolf smith has the right to conduct business and earn money for his family. >> the people want to engage mr. wolf smith's services. they are free to do that. >> his client is innocent. his wife calls the allegations speculation and unfounded rumors that have impacted the personal training business. >> thank you. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call at 888-996-tips. or send us an e-mail to nbcbayarea.com. do you recognize this man in this surveillance video? the disturbing disguise he used as he robbed the san jose store. an east bay woman opens her home and her heart to a one eyed poodle. why would the rescue group she adopted it from take it back against her will? i'll have the exclusive story
remember this guy? he's the drug company big shot who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by five thousand percent. said he wished he'd raised it more. prop sixty-one targets drug company price-gouging to save lives. the drug price relief act will save californians nearly a billion dollars a year. join the california nurses association and aarp and vote yes on sixty-one. the drug giants won't like it. and he'll hate it. police say itsespially disturbie
gunn wasressed as securityguard. surveillance video of an armed robbery in downtown san jose. the man you see is a gunman dressed up as a security guard. the gunman had an accomplice who acted as a lookout. the futs tour of the san francisco police department is now up to mayor ed lee. the city's police commission handed over the names after a special closed session last night. the list is confidential. but as we first reported last night at 11:00, interim police chief is one of the finalists. >> it was an important and difficult discussion. there are great candidates, a lot of people who want to be san francisco's chief. >> we reached out to the mayor's office to find out when a final decision would be made, but have not heard back. only on nbc bay area. a pet adoption nightmare. a woman says she brought home a
dog, only to have an animal rescue group take the poodle back by force. now, she wants her dog back. here's jodi hernandez. >> i find it incredible that i could love a dog with all my heart and soul and be told that's not enough. >> lori calls it love at first sight. schwartz adopted this one-eyed poodle from a rescue group called halo. >> i took it home, and now i'm heart sick. schwartz said she has a full time job and no other pets, and after paying $300. she took him home, renaming him blinky. >> i fed him, i loved him, i knitted him a jacket, i bought him a jacket. >> but three weeks later, a representative of the rescue group came to her house insisting the poodle needs a stay at home mom and pet companions. even complaining about his new
name. >> changing his name, letting him sleep on the sofa. i turned him into a couch potato, i didn't realize that during the day i should have enrolled him in aerobics. >> it's what happened next that's left schwartz devastated. >> i let her hold my dog when she asked to. and then she and her friend went running out of my house with the dog. >> they have the right to remove the animal if the owner misrepresents themself. >> nobody will ever hurt him again, and i'll protect him until i die. and unfortunately, i couldn't keep my promise. >> now, we tried to reach out to that rescue group called halo, but they did not return our phone calls or our e-mail. meanwhile, schwartz says she feels like she's lost a member of her family. she says she hopes and prays
she'll get little blinky back. jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. selfies and politics do not mix. at least not for this election. late today a federal judge upheld a ban on so called ballot selfie selfies. the judge said their challenge comes too late. it's worth noting governor brown recently signed a bill repealing the selfie ban. that bill won't take effect untilaround 1st. it's disappointed by today's ruling, noting it's likely too late to appeal. it's slow going, but the old bay bridge continues to vanish. phase two of demolition. a year ago, crews used hundreds of dynamite charges to blast the
underwater peers. today instead of dynamite, cranes were used to reduce 14 sections of the bridge. experts compare it to working with legos, you can see it better in this rehearsal video. special barrels are stacked on top of hydraulic jacks. then crews can cut the section, push it up, and lower it on to waiting barges. >> you say a big thing of barges? >> yes. >> when you see the new one, it's hard to believe you used to drive on the old one. it's so small. blue sky and limited visibility. a little hazy, we could see the air quality suffer once we get to friday's forecast. for right now, it's stunning.
we have a high surf advisory. they could produce breakers of 15 to 20 feet. if you're heading out to the beaches, the next two days, it's advised you stay out of the water, and if you insist on heading to the beaches and going in the water, do not turn the back to your water, we have sneaker waves that are likely, and those do exactly what they say. they can sneak up on you and pull you out to sea. they've been known to be deadly. stay away from the beaches. worse conditions on thursday, as we could see large swells every 16 seconds. across the region temperatures go up a couple degrees tomorrow. this puts concord at 76. san jose at 75. napa in the mid-70s, san francisco at 68. on the extended forecast, we stay dry through friday. there's the possibility of a little weekend shower activity. the time line's changed a little bit on this. we could see a few drops by 10:00 p.m. saturday night. likely some lingering scattered
activity by 5:00 in the morning sunday. by 9:00 a.m., a drying day throughout the rest of your sunday. more details in your forecast in about 20 minutes. >> hillary clinton has a big lead in california, that's no surprise, what may catch you off guard, the republican strong hold in our state that is now favoring clinton. is it
turnout key stas, crunch time, blitzing through the battleground states. six days to go until the election. turnout is key in states like florida and nevada for both candidates. >> it's going to be a great honor to campaign in these last six days across this country because this my friends is not a normal election. right? >> it certainly season the. mrs. clinton was in las vegas, you see it there, after stops in florida. she's neck and neck in the polls in florida with donald trump.
he was also in florida today, for that final push to get votes. >> we are winning, i almost -- everywhere. give us two more days, i think we're going to be winning everywhere. >> according to the latest projections from nbc news, mrs. clinton still leads in electoral votes by a narrow margin. >> six days until election day, a new field goal shows hillary clinton has a 20 point lead over donald trump in california. an area of california that usually leans right is now shifting. >> could orange be the new blue? ben vazquez is knocking on doors in one of the most conservative counties in california. >> orange county used to be the county of richard nixon, ronald reagan. >> for the first time since the depression, the field poll shows orange county is on the verge of
turning blue. hillary clinton is up by three points in the south coast region. orange in san diego counties combined. the vote could be historic. >> this may be the year to vote for a democratic president. >> the reason why? latinos, they could be up to 27 million strong at the polls. >> it's not by accident. it has to do with the changing demography of this country. >> orange county has been slowly tinting blue for the last 25 years. >> this is quite the combination. the democrats doing well, minorities being there. and orange county will have fallen. >> with the changing demographics, it's likely other states will tint blue in the coming years, including north carolina, florida, arizona and even texas, raj. up next, a man shot and
killed by san francisco police might now be honored. we'll tell you who's spearheading this plan. >> they have a unique way of doing it, and they -- that's their business, gun stores. >> gun stores with targets on their backs. i'm steven stock. coming up, we investigate a surge in robberies of california gun stores to find out what's behind this troubling friend and how it might be stopped. vote no on proposition 53. 53 takes away local control, and inning creases the cost of roads and hospitals, that's why firefighters, newspapers and organizations say no on 53.
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morial,to a sanrancisco n who w right now at 6:30, a growing push to build a memorial too a san francisco man killed by police. the controversial idea is getting support from some sitcy supervisors. >> he was shot by officers in 2014. many people protested saying it was excessive force christie smith is live with response from the police union. >> reporter: the police officer's association says they believe these kind of trab unites should be directed at the sacrifices of first responders. john avilos wants to get to the point where we can honor both. >> neighbors want a makeshift shrine for alex nieto. >> i think it would be nice to have something more permanent so the family can have a place to
memorialize him. >> he was shot in 2014 after police told him to put his hands up and he pulled out his stun gun. the jury found the officers did not use excessive force. a coalition supporting his family has protested the idea for years. >> i said, you know, the city, we're going to be silent on whether the city should pay for it or not. i think it's best the community can come together and raise money. >> it could be possibly a bench or a plaque in the general area, any proposal would need input from the city arts commission. >> i support it, i think what happened was tragic, whatever your views are on what actually took place, there's no question that there has to be some healing. >> not everyone thinking a memorial is appropriate.
>> they're nice lovely people, i don't think we should break a press denlt, this is a public park. >> the president of the police association released a statement this afternoon, we should be honoring real heroes, the first responders who made the ultimate sacrifice while protecting our community from harm reporting live in san francisco, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, christie. they have become targets. we're talking about retail gun stores, they're the focus of thieves dealing stolen firearms. >> what's causing this problem and a possible solution. >> more than 2 million guns were stolen nationwide in the last 10 years. and as we first reported one year ago, police are often targets along with civilian gun owners. we found another group who's been targeted more recently in california, gun stores. >> you're watching security
camera footage of the gang backing their suv through a plate glass storefront and iron gate to rob rocklin armory gun store. in all, officials say more than 200 guns were taken. police caught up with the gang hours later, arresting them in oakland in this takedown caught by nbc bay area's helicopter. >> despite the brazen smash and grab in rocklin. the thieves only got away with one gun a long rifle. the store owner says he and his staff take extra precautions every night, locking up every gun. the one that was stolen had been left in repair. >> they were doing it as a gang initiation. >> a nearby gun store wasn't as lucky. the guns were not locked up and the store did not have surveillance cameras. >> why go to these extremes,
you're doing the responsible thing, there's many gun store owners who don't do that. >> it's less about the money, more about the safety and security of the public. we're responsible. i think we have to lead. >> according to the latest data available in the last three years, the number of guns stolen from licensed dealers nearly doubled here in california. atf officials tell us many of the gun store heists are pulled off by gangs. >> they have a unique way of doing it, and they -- that's their business, gun stores. >> graham barlow was in rocklin and on the case hours after the smash and grab. >> i think we will all agree firearms ownership is a serious business. and the people that own firearms should be serious about how they store their firearms and the records they keep with those.
>> a year ago, nbc bay area first uncovered more than 700 guns stolen from local and federal law enforcement officers. updated data shows more than 1100 police issued weapons being lost or stolen since 2010. the investigative unit traced 4,000 lost and stolen guns in california directly to other crimes later committed with those very same weapons things may be getting more difficult for things. both san francisco and oakland toughened their ordinances. requiring that all gun owners take care and lock up their weapons. >> if we want to put a stop to the spiral of shootings, we have to do something a stray bullet
recently flew through the window of her oakland home. >> we're making it more difficult for people to get illegal guns. >> our investigation prompted a similar state law proposed by san mateo state senator jerry hill. >> i wasn't aware of it until the media brought it to my attention. legislation in congress was introduced, requiring that all federal law enforcement officers lock up their guns. >> one of the bottom lines would be that when guns are not in service, when they're not on the individual officer's person, they're locked in storage, so that things like you've reported on can happen. >> is it almost a no-brainer? why season the this happening now already? >> it seems like it to me. >> i think it's a lot of cultural -- there's so many guns in our society now. there's more than one per
person, over 300 million guns in our society. >> federal agents tell me that part of the reason for the increase in gun store thefts is tough state laws that make it very hard for convicted felons to get guns any other way than to steal them. the four suspects arrested in connection with that rocklin burglary are all juveniles. they're facing charges of burglary and stolen property. >> if you have a tip for our investigative unit. you can send us an e-mail to the unit. a complaint with a camera, an east bay man reaches out to our consumer unit. hotel facebook? the curious expansion plan just approved for the menlo park company.
want a great way to help our children thrive? then be sure to vote yes on proposition 55. prop 55 doesn't raise taxes on anyone. instead, it simply maintains the current tax rate on the wealthiest californians to prevent education cuts that would hurt our kids. no wonder prop 55 is endorsed by the california pta, teachers and educators. because all of us want to help our children thrive. it's time to vote yes on proposition 55.
on the right track, today transportation leaders broke ground on a new pedestrians and bike tunnel at the caltrains station in santa clara. it will run under three railroad tracks. it will stop people who try to run across the tracks to get to the stadium or the airport. >> we're finally being able to have a tunnel that's going to connect the santa clara station to all the activity over here in san jose. it's a very big day. >> the project also includes an
open air ramp that will connect brokaw road. it's expected to be finished next summer. uber is rolling out a new app, it will make travel distance and costs more clear. as well as recommend the best places to be picked up in busy areas, the app will also study a rider's travel history, which could raise some privacy concerns. forget the hilton or the marriott. would you believe hotel facebook? it might happen, complete with a bar and restaurant. take a look, this is an artist's rendering of facebook's newest project, it's a hotel complex. the plan includes a bike path and a two acre public park. last night the menlo park city council unanimously approved the plan, adding a hotel to facebook's sprawling campus will bring in a million dollars a year in hotel taxes. those are the projections, with 200 rooms open to the public.
the hotel could help cut traffic in the area, facebook visitors would need to drive anywhere. >> if i stay at the hotel, can i go to their free restaurants? >> maybe there are perks to staying at that hotel. the weather was beautiful today. >> it was, from the facebook campus over to google, down on through silicon valley, it was magnificent. for palo alto tonight, 64, currently, down to 40s by 11:00. we're tracking your cold morning forecast, dangerous ways, warming temps and even a chance for rain this weekend. a lot coming up. a brand new camera that won't take pictures and a couple companies that don't want to take responsibility. we breakthrough some frustrating finger pointing when we respond next.
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nbc bay area responds to an east bay man whose new camera broke and he couldn't get help fixing it. >> chris, how do we help? >> perplexing one here, albert bought a sony cyber shot camera from best buy, he says used just a handful of times before he started getting an error message on the camera's display screen. he took the camera back to best buy, he was told, no, we're not taking it back, because he had just missed the 15 day return window. best buy told him. take the camera to an authorized sony repair center, he did. albert says the repair center wouldn't fix it, citing previous damage to the camera.
what are you talking about? i have no idea. the camera is new. albert reached out to us, we called best buy and quickly it gave albert a $270 store credit so he can replace the camera. in a statement, best buy said it found a manufacturing defect with the camera, and it was pleased to resolve the matter. if you have a consumer complaint, you can call us, 888-996 tips or visit nbc bay area.com/respond. once you're there, look for the yellow submit tips bar, you can upload your stories as well as documents, foets toes to help us investigate your case. we're working on getting rid of your cold by the way. >> good luck with that one. >> wood burning fireplaces are banned from new homes and buildings in the bay area the rule was adapted in october of last year, it's aimed at protecting the public from dangerous particles in wood
smoke. wood smoke is the largest source of winter air pollution. november is the start of the winter spare the air season which runs through february 28th. heads up for east bay residents. your tap water may taste or smell a little funny in the next few days. if you live west of the oakland hills you are no longer getting your water from orinda. that means the treatment plants in san pablo and san leandro are doing extra work, that could change the taste of the water coming out of your tap. improvements to the orinda plant should be finished in april. >> soon we're going to be asking you about a thanksgiving forecast. >> i know. >> i can't believe it's here you guys. >> i know, i can't wait, turkey, mashed potatoes.
>> janelle is always thinking about the food. >> we've already had that rain early and a lot of it. at least right now, we're under a break from that wet weather, you'll see right now from our high definition camera here crystal clear skies tonight after a high of 73 at the san jose airport. we have 58 expected by 10:00 p.m. tomorrow morning's forecast will offer more cold weather. you may have to click on the heater for just a little bit down to 47, the peninsula, an average of 49 the main reason we're seeing temperatures drop to the 40s is radiational cooling. no cloud cover overhead to blanket in the daytime heating. the rainfall we've had for the past three to four weeks, on
again off again, it's changed significantly. all of that wet weather is well out here in the pacific we're setting ourselves up with a clear pattern and high pressure. there is a word of warning for the immediate coastline. you want to think twice before you head into the water. we will have swells of 10 to 15 feet. probably breakers along the shore of 20 feet. best advice would be to stay out of the water and never turn your back to the ocean those sneaker waves can just sneak up on you. forecast for tomorrow, fantastic weather in the south bay, sunny skies. light wind out of the west a degree warmer here. up to 78 for gilroy. east bay, low humidity.
very dry air in place, with 39% relative humidity. oakland 71, danville 75. for the peninsula, we see things beginning to warm up. low 70s, and there's that wilder weather for half moon bay and 68. san francisco, i have one spot expecting 70 tomorrow, that's in the mission. otherwise it will be 66 in the outer sun set 68 for the north bay. 75 in sonoma, 76 in napa. a little timing change for the weekend. no big storm. by 10:00 p.m. on saturday we could see a shower that could linger into sunday's forecast. for the inland valleys, we'll see the mild weather drop down to 69 by sunday's forecast. i wouldn't change any plans this weekend, we're going to be okay saturday and sunday.
march madness coming back to the bay area. the sap center will host two sweet 16 games and an elite 8 game during the ncaa men's basketball tournament. tickets go on sale for the general public this saturday. >> a cal bear is being recognized as one of the best. sophomore ivan rabb has been named a preseason all american
by the associated press. the 6'11" sophomore decided not to enter the nba draft a few months ago. and instead returned to berkeley, that's great news for us. cal tips off their season next friday. are you on the raiders bandwagon yet? the raiders are on sunday night football. >> raiders and broncos. it will be electric come sunday night. here's colin resch. >> there's the good, and there's the bad. first the bad, the raiders set an nfl record with 23 penalties this sunday in tampa bay, the good news, they won the game. 6-2 and tied atop the afc west who comes to oakland this sunday night for a prime time game that can be seen here on nbc bay area. >> as you play good football. you're going to have more of
these opportunities, this is the natural progression in building a good football team. we should expect to be in these games, we're going to expect to win these games. >> spoken like the head coach of a first place team. these sort of games have been few and far between for the silver and black. the bright lights are calling and we'll be ready. >> we play thursday night in the coliseum. and it's just awesome. it's cool, man. to play under the lights. the stuff you think of as a kid, you always dream of those kind of things. >> what he also dreamed of as a kid, having the sort of season he's having now. he sit a raider's single game passing record with 513 yards. he's fifth in the league in passing yards in the game. his ultimate test may come this sunday. >> they're super talented. everyone knows that.
one of the best defenses the nfl 45z seen. we look forward to competing against them. and it's going to be fun. >> it will be a great opportunity for us to show who we are. >> in alameda, colin resch, nbc bay area. the power of touch, the new tool a bay area medical center is using in the fight against cancer. we're talking about the raider nation and the silver and black. >> that hour by hour look. that game is right here on nbc bay area on sunday. we'll have 67 degrees and 5:00 just before kickoff. temperatures drop down to the 50s by 10:00 p.m. no rain, we'll see a partly cloudy sky throughout the game. looks great. >> perfect football weather. >> thanks for joining us at 6:00. have a great evening. >> have a great night, folks, see you at 11:00.
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