tv CBS 5 Eyewitness News at 5AM CBS November 11, 2011 5:00am-6:00am PST
being by the name of alex. there is tension in the air right now that an end to this encampment, caused by this shooting, could be around the corner. >> we need a peaceful resolution to the encampment. i call on the campers to voluntarily leave. i call on the community to be united. we need the encampment closed. >> we're not going. >> reporter: the police say they haven't found a connection yet between the shooting and the campers. but the mayor and some councilmembers say that even if last night's shooting has nothing to do with "occupy," that it underscores this place is not safe. you just heard the mayor asking campers to leave peacefully as of last night as the investigation into the shooting continues. nobody has been arrested. some "occupy" protestors say the motive was a drug deal gone bad and some of them rushed to help as the victim was beaten by five men. >> some guys from the "occupy oakland" saw everything that was going on and i was part of that so we tried to rush to his
rescue. so we scream out there, they disperse, everybody go their way, he get up and was running. and they shot him three times. >> reporter: and again, he died within the hour after that shooting occurred. now, police sources say training exercises have been cancelled this week. that would obviously free up officers for a possible raid if they are going to close this encampment. back on frank ogawa plaza lights have been brought in. that's after there was some flip-flopping on electricity here at the encampment, some sort of breaker was tripped. they don't have electricity. but as you can see, the police at the insistence of campers did bring in some artificial lights. >> do we know for sure -- have any idea if the victim was part of the encampment and for that fact i know they're looking for suspects but do they have any clue if they were part of encampment as well? >> reporter: police say at this point they have not found any
connection between the victim or the shooter in this case with the encampment. but we know that there have been several fights in the encampment. and also, plenty of rumors going on around here that it may have had to do with a drug deal gone bad. >> ann averages you have been out there for weeks now. as far as you can see just from day to day, does the camp look any smaller since the mayor came out and asked people to leave voluntarily? >> reporter: not at all. it really does not. >> all right. anne makovec -- >> simple answer. >> -- live in oaklanders thank you. this afternoon, at frank ogawa plaza, a group of veterans plans to protest police brutality. they are holding a news conference and they will begin a protest march there. two iraq war veterans have been injured apparently by police at the "occupy" protest site and an organizer of today's protest says he wants officers held responsible for using force against the protestors. richmond's mayor plans to attend a rally to honor scott
olsen injured at "occupy oakland." she defends her decision to be there instead of a veterans day event at the richmond shipyards. >> a good way to really support veterans is to promote the values that veterans, many of them fought for, many of them died for. >> organizers of the veterans day memorial in richmond believe that the mayor has little respect for the country and its traditions. veterans day has roots that reach back to the end of world war i and the city of san jose has been honoring america's war vets since 1919. anser hassan joins us life from downtown san jose the staging area for today's big parade. good morning. >> good morning, frank. we're near hp pavilion which is the start of the parade and the staging area. no one is here this early. it is the 93rd annual veterans day parade and as always one of the nation's largest.
the parade begins at noon. it starts near the pavilion and moves east along santa clara to market. and then head south on market street ending at san carlos street. if you use these streets or heading to downtown, expect delays and road closures through downtown. it's designed to honor service members who have or are still serving our country. it all starts way memorial ceremony that starts at 11 a.m. at cesar chavez plaza. that's when world war i officially ended at 11 a.m. in 1918. the parade starts at noon. the rotary club is asking people to send in pictures to losgatosrotaryclub.org so people can enjoy them as part of the memorial day celebration, as well. >> anser hassan, hopefully the rain will hold up there. and this is a special year for
the annual veterans day ceremony in q the travel vietnam veterans memorial wall is on display. here's the truck bringing it in. it's slightly smaller replica of the permanent memorial wall on the nation's wall in washington, d.c. of all those who died in the vietnam war. the ceremony in cupertino begins at 11 a.m. president obama has a full schedule of events this veterans day. we have live pictures it show you. he is going to be here later taking part in the traditional wreath-laying ceremony at arlington national cemetery in virginia. looks like they are still preparing this morning. and then later he and first lady michelle obama will travel to san diego to visit the uss carl vinson. that's the navy aircraft carrier that carried osama bin laden's body for its burial at sea. then the obamas will attend a unique veterans day event aboard the ship, a college basketball game between north carolina and michigan state which is i believe a first-of- its-kind on the aircraft carrier. pretty cool stuff, huh? >> that is pretty cool. of course we have a lot of
activities here for veterans day. we told you about a few. hopefully the weather will hold up. >> not a rainout but scattered showers around the bay area, nothing too heavy. we have already seen a few showers moving through this mornings most of that some very light activity. some of it is north of concord into vacaville, scattered light showers in that area but the bigger band off the coastline doesn't look like it will move onshore but parts of it will rotate n as it does we'll see scattered showers on and off throughout the day. so yeah, things staying unsettled today. prepare for that. bring your umbrella. a light jacket with you too. the core of the low spinning off the coast means we are probably going to see most of the rain head south. still for right now you have 40s and 50s around most of the bay area although a cool 39 degrees in santa rosa. this afternoon going to stay cool for everyone 50s at the coastline. low to mid-60s inland. the good news is a few scattered showers for today but as we look toward the weekend
high pressure trying to build back in. temperatures going to warm up. looks like it will stay dry both saturday and sunday. that's a look at weather. let's check on traffic now with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. we'll take you out life towards san jose. 101 traffic this is near alum rock this morning and everything looks great towards santa clara. to our maps now, if you are heading towards the bay bridge toll plaza, this is what it looks like. your drive team down the eastshore freeway still only -- your drive time down the eastshore freeway still only 18 minutes from the carquinez bridge to the maze. no problems on streets, parking meters and street sweeping still in full force. elsewhere we also have been talking about this veterans day parade it is of course a holiday so there are going to be delays, street closures on market street between second and 8th that veterans day parade runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. that's when the street closures will be in effect. 880 in oakland fine past the coliseum towards downtown oakland. we are following this problem
southbound 101 at cochran sounds like a car fire that sparked a small grassfire on the shoulder. fire crews are out there but traffic is moving at top speeds. 5:08. four people dead in an east bay murder-suicide. how facebook may hold clues to the motive. >> plus, from riots to death threats to new fallout from the penn state scandal. who some say should be the next person to be fire. >> up to give him points for a sense of humor. how rick perry is laughing off his big debate oops on late night last night. it's all coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
paterno he saw another coach sexually abusing a boy at penn state. some believe paterno and top administrators should have done more in response. paterno of course fired this week and now there are calls for mcqueary to be fired, as well. >> i figure if you are going to fire joe paterno you should fire him because he did exactly the same them joe paterno did. >> the penn state campus has been calm since wednesday night when thousands of angry students rioted after the coach was fired. penn state plays nebraska tomorrow morning 9:00 our time. pittsburg police are looking to facebook for clues about a murder-suicide that ended with four people dead. a man apparently stressed out about his finances killed his family and then himself yesterday morning. police say the man called 911 telling the operator he was suicidal. a patrolman then found the bodies. officers say the man posted a message on his facebook account and left a note mentioning concerns about losing his home. no names have been released but
neighbors tell us the man lived with his wife and her parents. a street closed because of a gas line break is open again this morning in san francisco ambeale street was closed south of market last night after a pg&e crew broke a 16" gas pipeline. they hit it with a backhoe while working on the transbay terminal project. there was a temporary shelter in place but police say there's never any serious threat from the break. pg&e is laying off 225 workers. the "san francisco chronicle" says that the utility began the cuts wednesday and made the announcement to staff yesterday. the company is doing some reorganizing in the wake of last year's disaster in san bruno when an exploded pg&e gas pipeline killed eight people. ready for christmas shopping? black friday diehards can shop a little earlier now. retailers hope to one up everyone else on another
holiday. >> oh, lots of time. a daring rescue in the chilly bay waters. how far one man was willing to go to save his dog. and the clouds have moved in overnight. we have scattered light showers out there now. how much more to come and what about weekend? we'll talk about that coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
[ eves ] the pain was bad, but the thought of not being a hang glider pilot was worse. [ female announcer ] that's when eves turned to sutter health's palo alto medical foundation. [ eves ] the doctors that i dealt with, they got it, that this old guy wanted to return as a hang glider pilot. they got me flying again. [ female announcer ] palo alto medical foundation, and sutter health -- our story is you. prove it. enough's enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding, guaranteed. d-con. get out.
police are investigating a murder just yards from the let's check the day's top stories. police are investigating a murder just yards from the "occupy oakland" encampment outside city hall. witnesses say five men attacked the victim. the mayor is now asking campers to leave voluntarily. today several bay area cities will honor americans who have served the nation in times of war. one of the nation's biggest veterans day events is the annual parade in downtown san jose an event that began back in 1919. opening ceremonies begin at 11 a.m. stock futures are higher this morning on new hopes of a solution to the european debt crisis that we have heard so much about. the dow recovered more than 100 after big losses wednesday. a big finish in weather, right? >> we are going to get wet around the bay area today. bring your umbrella with you. things looking a little showery as you make your way in toward parts of the east bay right now
near fairfield. we do have some light showers headed in that direction but we are going to see more of this throughout the day today. doesn't look like a total rainout but you will see some occasional showers moving through so be prepared. skies going to stay mostly cloudy throughout the morning hours here if you are heading out the door, cloudy already. you have some scattered light showers toward the afternoon, chance of showers in the forecast and temperatures are going to only be in the 50s, maybe some mid-60s by the afternoon. here's a low off the coastline and the reason why we're just seeing showers is the main core of the low is diving to the south holding a lot of moisture at bay and drag it in towards southern california. we will see some occasional clouds and those showers spin up into the bay area but again, it's not going to be that real heavy rainfall. so that low off the coastline it is going to continue to drag to the south but before it leaves it will relief behind a few showers towards today and then looks like as we head toward the weekend things begin to dry out nicely. computer models picking up on the system and most of the moisture stays off the coast although you will see some bands onshore throughout the day today and into tonight.
by tomorrow the good news is most of that is done. just some partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. temperatures by the afternoon running up into the 50s toward the coastline. you will see some mid-60s into san jose and about 62 degrees in livermore. looking toward the weekend, thinking we're looking pretty good. partly cloudy skies on saturday, should be dry, more sunshine as we head in toward sunday and by monday and tuesday some great weather were some of the temperatures popping back up into the 70s toward the latter part of next week though clouds begin to move back in and we could see a chance of showers late in the week. that's a look at weather. let's check on traffic now with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. >> we will take you out live towards silicon valley the westbound 237 commute out of milpitas fine towards san jose no big delays. we are expecting lighter traffic on veterans day. down san jose a live look at northbound 280 traffic looking great towards cupertino. 101 fine as well and top speeds as well up and down the guadalupe parkway. east bay 880 through oakland looks good as you pass the
coliseum all the way towards downtown oakland. about 15 minutes in either direction between hayward and downtown oakland the macarthur maze. and your bridges, san mateo bridge this is the commute direction. the right side of your screen westbound 92 holding steady at 13 minutes. if you are trying to come into san francisco this morning, here's a live look. 101 at bayshore so headlights should be moving northbound. everything looks good. bart is running on a normal schedule today. they are running systemwide on time so not a holiday schedule there. it is a park holiday however. you can park at bart stations this morning for free. ace train number one no delay. muni, caltrain and ferries also on time. remember kcbs once you do hit the roads. they're our radio partners. and you can find them at 740-am and 106.9-fm. san francisco muni is considering raising some fares and fines to deal with all their red ink. riders paying cash would pay an
extra 25 cents, another 25 cents if they use a transfer. and drivers would pay $3 more for parking fines. the idea will go before a governing board on monday. it's designed to make up for a two-year budget deficit of nearly $80 million. it is a camp-out for a cause this morning in san jose state university. it's the sixth annual poverty under the stars event at a statue garden. the event organizers say it's to remind people that a lot of americans are living in poverty even in wealthy metro areas like san jose. this doggone storynds happily with a wet pet rescued from an unplanned chilly dip in the bay. it happened along the embarcadero near the red java house. san francisco rescue crews got the man and dog out of water safely. despite the water temperatures in the 50s, the two were
actually okay. >> well, the gentleman was walking his dog out here this wonderful evening down here on the embarcadero and his dog decided to go for a swim. the dog went over the gentleman quickly doffed most of his clothes and jumped in to save his dog. >> the water where they went in is 10 feet below the walkway. the fire department has crews available for water rest excuse all around -- water rescues all the around the area. >> looked like a big dog. >> no little tin cup dog. it teacup. thank you. >> kinds of like your dog. >> aren't you glad it's friday? >> quit while i'm ahead. 5:21. rick perry gets some late night laughs. how he is making fun of his now infamous brain freeze. >> we have an hour and a half to go. keep cooking. >> i know. wedding chapels and hospitals may be packed today. how people are hoping to take advantage of lucky number 11.
perry is having fun at his own expense... hoping to the harm from his performance, during this week's debate in michigan. on republican presidential candidate rick perry having a lot of fun at his own expense to minimize the harm from his performance during the debate in michigan. so on the late show with david
letterman last night, perry delivered the top 10 reasons he forgot one of his federal agencies he would eliminate. watch this. >> number 6... >> hey, listen, you try concentrating with mitt romney smiling at you? that is one handsome dude. [ laughter ] >> i have had -- i know exactly what you're talking about. >> yeah. >> i wanted to help take the heat off my buddy herman cain. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> just two of the ten. and all ten are great. the letterman gig was one of eight television appearances perry made yesterday. he cancelled his day's campaign schedule toaccommodate them. move over black friday, wal- mart is opening on the night of thanksgiving. it's going to be kick off its black friday deals at 10 p.m. on thanksgiving so you can waddle down those aisles when you're full of turkey and stuffing.
it's the earliest open ever as retailers usher in the holiday shopping season. it's part of the trend of national retail sales opening for business after the turkey feast. >> so you have to ask yourself, are you feeling lucky today? >> i'm feeling pretty lucky. a lot of people are timing out their weddings and births to coincide with today's date, it is 11/11/11. the next time you will see anything like this is on january 1, 2100. brides and grooms may take advantage of expanding wedding services in alameda starting today. the good samaritan hospital in san jose is dubbing today birthquake because they are expecting to see so many newborns. >> if you are going to have a c- section, do it on a holiday on 11/11/11. housecleaning for pg&e. coming up why hundreds of people are now losing their jobs. we'll fill you in. >> new fallout from the sex scandal at penn state. the death threats that one assistant coach is now getting.
of course that is the wrong video. we'll be right back. and after a murder at adewale ogunleye, outside the "occupy" oakland encampment new calls for the encampment to shut down, the latest coming up after a murder at frank ogawa plaza. and south bay veterans head to downtown san jose for the nation's largest veterans day parade. we'll have all the details just ahead. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
and the mayor's warning to the camp. weather ad libs a man shot and killed near "occupy oakland." what we know about the victim and mayor's warning now to the camp. clouds and showers moving across our skies now. what does it mean for the weekend forecast? we'll talk about that coming up. >> and mass transit is off to a great start on this friday holiday morning. also want to let you know parking meters and street sweeping are being enforced. we'll have all your traffic details coming up. happy veterans day to everyone out there. it is friday, 11/11/11. i'm gm. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. it is. >> i'm grace lee. new this morning, a man who was shot and killed while driving eastbound 80 overnight around 11 p.m. between tennessee street and redwood parkway. chp and vallejo fire in vallejo found the car in the bushes along the freeway. inside was a man with a fatal gunshot wound. police believe that that man was targeted. murder near the "occupy oakland" camp at frank ogawa plaza. >> mayor quan is now calling for the immediate closure of
the camp. anne makovec is in oakland where the protestors are not showing any signs of leaving. >> reporter: good morning. as you can see, at frank ogawa plaza still plenty of tents set up. the campers sleeping right now. we know a few of them did leave overnight. snow advisory but the encampment is in full effect. over here you can see a vigil that's set up for the man who was killed last night identified only as alex. i did just speak with one of the encampment members who said he was a visitor to the encampment. he came every other day and that's all we know about him at this point. police say they have not found a connection yet between the shooting and campers. the mayor and council says even if it had nothing to do with the "occupy" encampment, it under scores the place is not safe. they are asking campers to leave peacefully as the investigation into the shooting
continues. nobody has been arrested y . >> the risks are too great to have an encampment out there. i need my police forces in neighborhoods that traditionally have more violence and need the police more. it is time for the encampment to end. >> reporter: she is offering vouchers for homeless shelters for anyone who leaves this encampment on their own accord. the question remains, what if they don't? police sources say some training exercises have been cancelled which would free up officers for a possible raid. but police won't say if action is imminent yet. back out here live at frank ogawa plaza, you can see the city brought in lights overnight which is another example of some flip-flopping within city leadership because the lights and the electricity had been turned off to the encampment earlier this week and now as you saw, they do have these artificial lights brought in. so no one knows exactly what's going to happen yet or when
action might be taken. there certainly is some tension in the air here though because of all of this. frank and grace? >> all right, anne makovec live in oakland, thank you. "occupy" santa rosa protestors can keep their camp outside city hall but there is a catch. each one has to apply for a permit to camp and they have to renew that permit after two weeks. the santa rosa city council passed that plan on a 5-2 vote at a special meeting. the city manager says she is considering hiring private security to patrol the camp. this morning richmond's mayor plans to attend a rally to honor scott olsen a veteran injured at "occupy oakland" a few weeks back. mayor gayle mclaughlin defends her decision to be at the "occupy" richmond gathering instead of going to an event at the shipyard. >> a good way to really support veterans is to promote the values that veterans, many of them fought for and died for. >> organizers of the veterans day memorial in richmond says
the mayor has little respect for the country traditions. veterans day began at the end of world war i and san jose has been honoring veterans since 1919. a long time ago. anser hassan joins us live from san jose now at the staging area for today's big parade. anser, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank. that's right. we're near hp pavilion which will be the starting point of the 93rd annual veterans day parade. crews will be here at 7 a.m. to gear up for the nation's largest veterans day parade. ♪ [ music ] the event starts with a memorial ceremony at cesar chavez plaza at 11:00 a.m., the exact time world war i ended in 1918. after that the parade kicks off around 12 noon starting here near hp pavilion. [ audio lost ]
>> we lost anser's microphone there. but the big parade starts this morning. and we hope you check it out then in san jose. there will be some street closures there, as well. and we'll fill you in in a little bit. meanwhile, president obama has a full schedule of events this veterans day. he is going to take part in the traditional wreath-laying ceremony this morning at the arlington national cemetery in virginia. later he and the first lady michelle obama will travel to san diego to visit the uss carl vinson. that's the navy aircraft carrier that carried bin laden's body for burial at sea. the obama will attend a unique veterans day event aboard the ship, a college basketball game between north carolina and michigan state on board the ship. so that gives you a little idea how big that thing is. >> you can tell how steady the camera is, too. >> i think it was right here in the bay on fleet week. >> it was. >> people got a chance to see it. >> basketball. >> i'm going to be down in san
diego later this afternoon visiting my niece. >> they might have to put a tarp over that. it's going to rain. can you believe it? what a great idea. now they may get a little wet. we have that same storm system make its way into the bay area right now. some scattered light showers showing up outside. a closer look, you can see the activity rotating through brentwood just some light scattered showers though. this is what we are going to see throughout the day today. on-and-off showers so plan on a bit of a wet day outside out the door. the main core of the low still spinning off the coastline is going to drag all the way south past southern california. going to bring some of those showers in that direction, as well. so things staying unsettled and possibly wet here in the bay area, looks like for the remainder of the day. that's a look at weather. let's check on traffic now with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. let's check the south bay. what are we looking at? let's see. 101 and 280 both look good out of downtown san jose. here's a live look near the 880/17 interchange. and everything is moving fine top speeds this morning all along the peninsula. 880 through oakland, once again
this looks good. it's a holiday. a lot of people are off work today so we are not expecting traffic to be as heavy as the typical friday. live look at the san mateo bridge. right side of the screen westbound 92 and bart continues to roll along on time of the it is running on a normal schedule today even despite the holiday but hey, parking it free at all bart stations across the bay area and ace, muni, caltrain, ferry, everything is on schedule. that is traffic. back to you. >> thank you. a football fan was stabbed after the raiders-chargers game in san diego. police say that the two men started fighting in the parking lot just outside of qualcomm stadium. the victim was treated at a hospital for a wound to his stomach but refused to describe his assailant to police. so far it does not appear that this fight had anything to do with the game. and there have been death threats that will keep an assistant football coach at penn state off the sidelines. mike mcqueary is the former graduate assistant who told head coach joe paterno that he saw former assistant coach
jerry sandusky sexually abusing a boy. some believe paterno and top administrators should have done more in response. paterno was fired this week and now there are calls that mcqueary be fired, as well. >> i figure if you're going to fire joe paterno you should fire him because he did exactly the same thing joe paterno did. >> the penn state campus has been calm since wednesday night when thousands of angry students are paraded through the streets an overturned a tv news van. penn state plays nebraska on saturday. it is 5:38 now. financial problems may have caused a pittsburg man to kill his family and then himself. police say the man called 911 yesterday telling the operator that he was suicidal. a patrolman found the bodies shortly thereafter inside the home. police say the man also left a suicide note on facebook, concerned about losing his home. neighbors tell us the man lived with his wife and her parents. beale street is open between market and mission
streets in san francisco this morning. the street was closed last night after pg&e crews broke a 16" gas pipeline there. they hit the steel pipe using a backhoe while working on the transbay terminal project. there was a temporary shelter in place but police say there was never any serious threat from that break. and pg&e is laying off 225 of its workers too. the "san francisco chronicle" says the utility began the cuts wednesday and making the announcement to staff yesterday. the company is doing some reorganizing in the wake of last year's disaster in san bruno when an exploding pg&e gas pipeline, of course, killed 8 people a year ago last september. we all know here in the bay area, parking is tough. the phony signs people are putting up to fend off tourists. >> especially here in the city. and some progress to end the nba lockout. is it true? when the season would start under that new deal. we have details coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good morning, bay area. if you are headed out the door, things looking a little bit unsettled maybe a little wet out there so be prepared if you're headed out. ably the umbrella with you as we are seeing light -- bring the umbrella with you as we're seeing light showers. central valley green off the coast occasionally, moisture rolling off the cold front into the bay area. doesn't look like a rainout but looks like it will be unsettled throughout today. so right now skies mostly cloudy, temperatures mainly in the 40s and the 50s. scattered showers continuing this afternoon, temperatures 50s and 60s on the warm end. area of low pressure off the coast will continue to sag to the south. as it does, it's going to draw the moisture with it so not a real big rain event but what we'll see are occasional showers spinning up into the
bay area to keep things going throughout the day today. low off the coastline sagging into southern california maybe all the way down into baja before it comes onshore. so could get wet all along the california coastline through san diego. cloudy with some showers for today. looks like things settling down after today and then looks like the weather should improve. latest computer model runs up to .10" of rain across most of the bay area. heavier in the santa cruz mountains. 50s and 60s, cool, cloudy, occasional rain today. looks like the next couple of days things settle down somewhat. good news is the weekend looks great. partly cloudy skies, but dry on saturday. mostly sunny by sunday and then toward the beginning of next week high pressure builds in temperatures warm up to the 70s in some spots. late next week we could see more storms headed our way. that's a look at weather. let's check on traffic now with elizabeth. >> thank you, lawrence. we'll take you out live towards the south bay. live look at 101 traffic in san
jose. near alum rock exit this morning, both directions looks fine. pg&e crews are venting a gas line in san mateo county throughout the afternoon from belmont to san bruno between ralston and interstate 280. so they are warning people you could smell gas odor, hear loud noises, could sound like a jet engine so be prepared for the afternoon commute between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. when they are doing that gas line venting. outside again here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. just some slight delays in some of the cash lanes. but overall, as you can see, not too bad of a drive into san francisco. if you are planning on parking in san francisco, the meters are in force. so it is a veterans day holiday so we do have some street closures, delays possible for much of the day between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., the veterans day parade so expect those delays between market street between
second and eighth. there may be several muni lines that have to be rerouted, as well. your bridges other than the bay bridge, here's a live look at the san mateo bridge, westbound 92 looking good this morning and off the high-rise, eastbound 92 both drive times should be about 13 or 14 minutes. 880 through oakland everything is fine past the coliseum and up towards downtown oakland. overall, we are expect lighter traffic because of the veterans day holiday. that is traffic. back to you. >> holiday light. we like it. thank you. in the headlines, there is no apparent connection between a fatal shooting at oakland's frank ogawa plaza and the "occupy" encampment there. five men attacked the victim. some of the protestors tried to save him of the. a group of veterans plans a march today to protest police violence against the "occupy" activists in oakland. they will begin the march at frank ogawa plaza at 4:00 this afternoon. and one of the nation's biggest veterans day events is
here in the bay area. the annual parade in downtown san jose an event that began way back in 1919. owning the dow recovered 113 points yesterday after wednesday's huge losses. asian and european markets are joining the party this morning encouraging news. u.s. stock futures are higher. stocks will be traded on veterans day but the bond market will be closed. muni is considering fare hikes. riders paying cash would pay an extra 25 cents and another 25 cents if they use a transfer. drivers will pay $3 more for parking fines. the idea will go before the governing board on monday. they are designed to make up for a two-year budget deficit of nearly $80 million. >> think parking is bad here? an extreme way to protect prime parking spots on one southern
california beach town. malibu residents compete with tourists for public parking spots. the california coastal commission says it looks like residents may be taking matters into their own hands by posting fake no parking signs along the pch. city leaders say residents are warned and they are willing to work with the victims of those fake signs. >> the city would work with them and the sheriff department and the parking enforcement if we find out it was not a legitimate sign. we would definitely be working with the person that got that ticket because they shouldn't have. >> the hotspots for phony signs are where the priciest real estate meets the most desirable surf and sand. but how do they get tickets? wouldn't the ticket takers know that that's a phony sign? >> when you have a poster and -- >> do not park here. oops, have to write you up. a man and his best friend are okay after an unplanned dip into the chilly bay waters. >> that's right. this happened along the embarcadero just right near
red's of va house. san francisco rescue crews got both the man and his dog out safely. now, it was very chilly in the waters last night. the temperature about in the 50s. but the two managed to get out all right. >> the dog decided to go for a swim. and then the dog went over, the gentleman quickly doffed most of his clothes and jumped in to save his own dog. >> stripped down and jump in the water. well, the water where they went in about ten feet below the walkway. >> he is in his underwear, all right. [ laughter ] >> thrown over his shoulder. >> look at that dog a good size, too. >> no kidding. >> the department has crews available for water rest excuse all around san francisco. so he was a hero for his dog that day. >> how could you letter dog down there? you wouldn't be able to see yours. >> she could swim. >> she's this big. 5:48 now. rick perry having fun with himself last night. his appearance on the late show
with david letterman and the top 10 list about his debate gaff. you have to see it. we have been looking forward to 11/11/11 all year. we knew it was a very busy day. >> but exactly how busy will it be? the bridal bonanza in las vegas today. coming up. ,,,, [ man ] i got this citi thank you card and started earning loads of points.
you got a weather balloon with points? yes, i did. [ man ] points i could use for just about anything. ♪ keep on going in this direction. take this bridge over here. there it is. [ man ] so i used mine to get a whole new perspective. ♪ [ male announcer ] write your story with the citi thankyou premier card, with no point caps, and points that don't expire. get started at thankyoucard.citi.com. it's all about jobs. it's all about respect.
security. the american dream. [ jamaul ] good jobs in tough times. a chance to move up and do better. [ delaunta ] excellent healthcare. [ caletha ] beautiful benefits. what they used to call the american way. it still works here. [ jennifer ] not a single layoff of a u.s. manufacturing worker. [ glen ] not one. not one. doing things the right way. quality. [ jimmeka ] building cars that americans want. [ jamaul ] right here in america. hyundai is an all-american success story. ♪ documents... subpoenaed by a hous the obama administration has agreed to turn over some documents subpoenaed by a house panel on solyndra. the white house staff initially refused to supply the papers. solyndra went bankrupt in august and shut down. the controversy over a $535 million in loan guarantees they got from the federal government. republican presidential candidate rick perry wants people to laugh with him, not
at him. so the texas governor is poking fun at his own performance during this week's debate in michigan. >> i think they were laughing with him on this. late show david letterman last night perry delivering the top ten reasons he forgot one of the federal agencies during that debate. watch. >> number 6! >> hey, listen, you try concentrating with mitt romney smiling at you? that is one handsome dude. [ laughter ] >> i know exactly what you're talking about. >> i wanted to help take the heat off my buddy, herman cain. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> big of him. >> i think he is more comfortable on letterman than the did he base. the letterman gig was one of eight television appearances he made. he cancelled a day of campaigning to do damage control. we were remarking just how good his delivery was in delivering that top ten list.
>> we were. and pro basketball players -- oh, i thought you were leading me into this. >> no. i was still talking about the rick rick story but let's talk about this. >> my turn now. apparently they are discussing the latest offer from the nba. >> all right. it's friday. if they do a shortened 72 game season could start on december 15th. an offer came last night after nearly 11 hours of bargaining. union reps plan to meet early next week to decide whether to put it all to a vote by the members. players and owners have been wrangling for weeks over revenue sharing and salary caps. hopefully they can get it figured out and we can start watching the golden state warriors again. raiders are alone atop the afc west after they won in san diego. all this and they didn't even have darren mcfadnent game and they won. his replacement michael bush monster game, 146 yards on the ground, 85 receiving. of course his touchdown here gave the raiders a 7-3 lead. quarterback carson palmer big
day, 299 yards passing. couple of touchdowns. final score was raiders 24, chargers 17. and for a while, they are were in first in the afc west. all is well with the world. well, today 11 may be a lucky number all over the country but especially down in vegas. >> that's right. a lot of couples betting that getting married on 11/11/11 in vegas is going to make their wedding day a lot more special. now, the gambling town is in a bridal bonanza when those numbers line up on the calendar. the city saw more than 4300 couples married on 7/7/7. huge day for them then. more than 3,000 husbands and wives-to-be went to vegas for 10/10/10, as well. so we'll see how many people get hitched today. >> the craps table 7, 11. busy day down there. >> roulette? >> helps men remember their anniversary date. >> doesn't hurt. >> i had a hurricane on mine so mine will be remembered. never forget it.
>> 11/18/91. >> do you remember your anniversary day? >> i can't. my wife is sleeping in so i can say that. out the door we are seeing showers along the coastline nothing too heavy but scattered showers on and off throughout the bay area today as that low starts to sag to the south. it looks like the temperatures will be cooler outside. numbers only in the 50s coastside, some 60s inland. but here's the great news. over the weekend, high pressure starts to try and build back in. partly cloudy skies into saturday, more sunshine and dry into sunday. looks like warmer weather the beginning of the next week before clouds roll back in and a chance of showers on the increase by late next week, elizabeth. >> okay. if we can keep the dry weather for the morning commute. we were expecting a quiet commute. we did center this accident, though, coming in -- we do have this accident, though, coming in westbound 580 at north flynn. there may be glass in the road but our sensors aren't picking up slowing behind it. usually we see at least some brake lights across the stretch this time of the morning so obviously it is extra "friday light" because of the veterans day holiday. you're still only looking at 14 minutes coming out of the altamont pass to the dublin
interchange. so if you are heading towards the bay bridge i don't know if they are going to turn the metering lights on. usually they are turned on within 20 or 25 minutes or so and right now seeing great traffic up the incline towards the "s" curve. parking meters are in force today even though it's a holiday in san francisco. >> i think everyone is taking advantage of get out of town thursday. >> it was quiet yesterday at the bay bridge, thinned out by 7:00. >> nothing like a four-day weekend. >> we wouldn't know. >> we're here. 5:56. in the next half hour shaking up the gop race. how the top candidates stand in a new cbs poll. we are going to share the results. >> and from student riots to death threats. how the scandal at penn station is taking another turn. and after a man is shot here at frank ogawa plaza, was he or wasn't he a member of the "occupy oakland" encampment? we just talked to a man who says he thinks he knows. we'll be right back. it's one of the nation's biggest tributes to the u.s.
military. coming up, details of today's veterans day parade in san jose. ,,,, [ female announcer ] this is the story of joycelin... [ joycelin ] it was a typical morning. i was getting ready for work, and then i got this horrible headache, and then i blacked out. [ female announcer ] ...who thought she had reached the end of her story. [ joycelin ] the doctor told me i had two brain aneurysms
and that one of them had ruptured. [ female announcer ] fortunately, she was treated at sutter health's california pacific medical center. [ joycelin ] the nurses and doctors were amazing, and they were like a second family to me. and now i'm back to doing what i love. [ female announcer ] california pacific medical center and sutter health. can now be enjoyed in your coffee only international delight puts the real flavours from
your favourite treats inside your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. you got up was running and shot him three times. >> it could well be the end of "occupy oakland." mayor quan as you offer to campers who leave peacefully. >> he lost his job. now he may lose more. the prestigious honor in jeopardy for penn state's former coach joe paterno. cloudy skies, scattered showers. what about the rest of the weekend? coming up. the san mateo bridge traffic looks great but we are following a crash in the altamont pass. we'll have all of the details coming right up. happy friday. it is november 11. 11/11/11. i'm grace lee. hard to say, though. >> three elevens. i'm frank mallicoat. it's nearly 6:00 now. new this morning, vallejo police say a man
IN COLLECTIONSKPIX (CBS) Television Archive Television Archive News Search Service
Uploaded by TV Archive on