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supplies. survivors of typhoon haiyan, in the philippines, desperate for help. >> we have parents in the city that are not doing their job. >> it's one plan to fight crime. a juvenile curfew in oakland o if passed, young people would have to be off the streets between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. >> i want it right here. >> it's a house fire like we have never seen before, the helmet camper speculative for what it cakes for firefighters to -- takes for firefighters to battle the flames. today is 11/12/13. the consecutive numbers have couples headed to the alter, hoping the date brings them good luck. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning and we are waking up to a kpix 5 traffic alert. major b.a.r.t. delays specifically on the richmond line.
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trains being stopped near del norte. freemont, richmond and millbrae directions, this could impact other lines. we understand trains are being stopped at north berkeley. we'll have more kcbs traffic updates in just a few minutes. good morning everyone. tuesday, november the 12th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:01. developing news u in -- news in hayward. a two alarm fire forced more than a dozen people out of an apartment complex. it started shortly before 3:00 a.m. 15 people had to evacuate. a few people suffered minor injuries and a dog was killed. firefighters believe the fire started in a downstairs kitchen and spread upstairs. and i'm cate cauguiran live in the studio, millions of filipinos struggling to find food and water. others trying to escape the areas hardest hit. we have video of the after math of super typhoon haiyan, and more details on how you can help. well, to fight crime,
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oakland city council is talking about instituting a curfew. i'm mark kelly, coming up, it's very controversial. we'll have both sides weigh in. and let's check in with elizabeth again for a look at our morning commute. and back to b.a.r.t. these are major delays on the richmond line. when b.a.r.t. says that, they delays of 15 minutes or more. it's impacting the richmond line. of course this could have an impact on other lines if this continues to be out there for a while. the trains are being stopped before they get to del norte before the medical emergency on the tracks. mass transit so far on time. a quick check of the roads, a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. 10 minutes to get you onto the bay bridge and your back to work commute for this tuesday looks pretty good traveling the nimitz freeway. 880 from oakland, no delays.
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that is your latest traffic, more on your wet possible forecast. a couple rain drops could factor into your commute. headed out the door, high def doppler radar making its way in. you can see some of the showers as we have a weak cold front falling apart. it's moving on through. we'll take anything we can get at this point. looks like the showers beginning to make their way into the san bruno, pacifica. the further into the north in daily city. broken up over san francisco. the cold front moving by, bringing with it a chance of showers. something we haven't seen for quite some time. out over the bay, a quiet start to the day, clouds continuing here, a chance of scattered showers early on. temperatures mild now. bit afternoon, the cold front will have swept on through. the skies will part. dry in the afternoon, temperatures in the 70s inland. 60s and 70s around the bay and 60s out toward the coastline. we'll have more on the weather guides in a couple minutes. developing news out of the philippines, relief workers with a grim task of recovers bodies today. 5 days after the country was
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hit by one of the most powerful storms on record. nearly 1800 people are confirmed dead. kpix 5's cate cauguiran with more on those doing all they can now to get away from that disaster. kate. the situation in the philippines is becoming increasingly desperate. thousands of survivors swarmed the airport onto a tarmac through a broken fence and they say their only hope for survival is to leave and those who are staying are facing a new battle to stay alive, just finding food and water. >> people, some injured are packing the airport trying to evacuate the area devastated when typhoon haiyan slammed into the philippines. >> it's not a good idea for me to be here anymore. the few people that are here, i got to go tell my family i'm alive. >> the storm nearly wiped out the city. body bags are lined up in rows as forensic teams try to identify the dead. thousands are homeless and those who survived are
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desperate for food and drinkable water. >> there's nothing here. we need to go somewhere we can eat and stay and where we can have some shelter. >> reporter: u.s. marines have landed with much needed supplies. the united states will send help to ramp up relief and rescue operations by air because roads and bridges were destroyed. >> 15 to 25-foot waves came across entire villages and so everything is wiped out. >> reporter: filipino americans in new york to here in california are answering the call for help; collecting everything from money to food to medical supplies. >> this is one of the biggest ones, because all the sources of water have been contaminated. >> reporter: getting those supplies to those in need will be difficult. many remote low lying coastal regions are too hard to reach. the united nations has pledged
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$25 million for aid relief. here's the historic storm covering the islands. this monstrous huge storm. and the storm had hit the west coast that size, here's what that would have looked like. a storm stretching from seattle all the way down south to san diego. kpix 5 partnering with the red cross to raise money for the typhoon victims. we're going to have a phone bank on thursday from 6 in the morning until 7:00. details on kpix 5.com. the oakland city council is considering a city wide curfew for juveniles. mark kelly is live in oakland. the curfew is intended to help protect teens as well. >> reporter: it is. the oakland city council public safety committee is going to take a look at that tonight. let's keep in mind, a curfew law has been attempted here in oakland in the past but it has failed. still, here's the proposal on the table. anyone under the age of 18 must
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be off the street between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. that's every single day. and between 8:30:00 a.m. and 1:30:00 p.m. on school days. city council man has been advocating a cur view here. juvenile violence has gone too far. 600 oakland robberies has involved a juvenile as a suspect. that said, a curfew has been tried before, and it's been nothing but controversial. >> get them off the street because they're not going to solve their chemistry exam being out at midnight, hanging out on fruit veil. >> there's a disproportion of kids of color who are on curfew. >> reporter: now, critics say the curfew idea leads to racial profiling and keeps officers from fighting other crimes. live in oakland, mark kelly kpix 5. violators caught in a
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public space or a car would face a fine, community service or jail time. there would be exceptions to the curfew such as going to and from work. the rights for transgender students in public schools will be put to avivement opponents of -- put to a vote. opponents allowing students to choose their orientation have collected and submitted 620,000 signatures to get the issue on the ballot in next year's election. a boy, a 6th grade boy for example, can feel or decide or think maybe i'm a female. or maybe i associate better with the female gender. and so i determine now to go into the girl's locker room. >> what about the argument, boys are going to be playing on the girl's basketball team. >> that in fact could happen. that happens all over the country presently and civilization doesn't end. >> governor jerry brown signed the law in september. it goes into effect on january 1 january 1st.
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approval ratings for governor brown are at the highest rate since he took office. the numbers may not translate into vote. more than half of the voters approval of the job he's doing, but only 32% say they are inclined to vote for the governor if he seeks a 4th 4th term. this afternoon, 49ers line backer, alden smith is set to be arraigned on three felony gun charges. he's accused of having three rifles at his home that sheriff's deputies determined were illegal assault weapons. they discovered the guns after an altercation at smith's house in san jose during a party last year. he's back in court in a week to be arraigned on separate dui charges. the paramedics and emergency medical technicians in santa clara county. it calls for the hiring of more mechanics to maintain the ambulances. arizona based rural metro has had problems recently including a filing for bankruptcy
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reorganization in august. and san francisco's plan to replace 25,000 parking meters is on hold. the examiner says the board of supervisors is skeptical about the $54 million contract proposed by the metropolitan transportation agency. that's because the contract calls for the purchase of up to 10,000 new meters. it needs approval by the board before it comes through. cleaning up graffiti. , the new proposal making sure those doing the damage out there are paying the price. the world's most famous hippy ship is docked in the bay, why the green pieces rainbow warrior is taking the environmental crusade to the area. and showers making a return to the bay area, we'll take a close up look coming up next; and we're getting word of a big rig accident in oakland, northbound 80 by 23rd. traffic backing up toward high street. the latest on this and major
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in terms of green peace and veterans for peace. trending on quitter on this tuesday -- twitter this tuesday a rabbi returned 98,000 bucks in task. the original owner forgot she put the money in there. also trending, atlanta braves, the team announced they'll leave turner field in 2017. the tv news correspondent diagnosed with breast cancer after an on air mammogram. and the princess bride, the 1987 adventure comedy is being turned into a stage production now. you can follow us at twitter at cbssf. elizabeth, i would go and see that production. >> which one, the princess bride. >> it was very popular in the 80s. unfortunately we are starting off with a very serious traffic alert this morning. this is affecting b.a.r.t. riders specifically on the richmond line. police have confirmed with us,
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this was a fatal accident on the tracks and trains are not stopping right now near where the incident happened. that's the del norte station. we don't have any to when this will arrive. an investigation is still going. no trains going through for a while. expect major delays in the richmond delay. typical that means 15 minutes or more. and this could impact other b.a.r.t. lines as well. muni, caltrains and ace, though. everything else reporting no delay. we have other major issues. this time on the roads, this in oakland. you can see the delays building in traffic cameras. northbound 880 by 23rd. one lane blocked there. a stall reported north toward 5 5th. causing good sized delays, beyond the high street exit and growing. that drive time will continue to build as well as long as they can't clear it. at least one lane blocked. westbound 580 approaching north
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livermore accident involving a taxi cab. it's causing slow downs through the livermore valley, one lane is blocked. traffic was heavy coming through the altamont pass, now it's worse in the red, 27 minutes right now. through the altamont pass toward the dublin interchange we should get past livermore and things should improve. for more on your forecast, here's lawrence. checking out the rain drops around the bay area. the rain has made a return. we're seeing move on shore right thousand. you can see some ostomate making its way along the peninsula and -- some moisture making its way along the peninsula. and you have the line of storms sliding on through. not the strongest we have seen, but at this point we'll take anything we can get. you see it making its way toward san francisco, and oakland, a little further south. the line toward half-moon bay and continuing to drive off the coastline, heading up in the santa cruz mountains as well.
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we'll see the showers this morning and things taper off as we head toward the middle of the day and the afternoon, and it looks like some o slow clearing and staying mild outside, and then dry weather to make a return, but some breezy conditions as we head toward the next couple of days. high pressure kicking eastward, to allow it to work in the bay area. not going to see much. just a chance of scattered showers early on and clearing skies as the cold front pulls out of town. no delays being reported at sfo, that could change. temperatures in the 60s by the afternoon. headed around the country, clouds, 37 degrees in chicago. showers possible in new york at 41 degrees. around the bay, temperatures in the 60s and 70s. partly cloudy skies by the afternoon. next couple to have days, looks like things clear up. warm up. blustery over the mountain tops, and looks like we'll stay dry over the weekend. sunrise, 6:47. sunset, 5 even. good sleeping weather. >> i guess so. did you sleep well.
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>> not much. >> do we ever. >> you would think it would. thanks. the alameda county fire department has released helmet cam video giving an inside look at the dangers of fighting a house fire. >> it shows firefighters efforts to battle a house fire in san leandro last week. the house on altamont road was built on a hill and the stairway inside caused a unique problem. it spewed smoke like a chimney. two dogs were killed and a man suffered minor burns. lamps used to grow marijuana ignited a gas leak and started fire. a new proposal in san francisco would authorize lawsuits to force graffiti taggers to pay up. the measure would allow several suits against repeat offenders. it would take enforcement out of the hand of criminal prosecutors and the city attorney could seek money for the clean up costs.
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those costs currently amount to $20 million a year. today we'll get the official word on what building is the tallest in the united states, the debate and the deeper meaning behind the height of new york's new world trade center tower. nominaton to and i'm dennis o'donnell, coming up, the stanford women get another crack at uconn and history will not be made in the national football league this year. straight ahead. . we may co ol on and what's cool about your school, you can e-mail your nomination to us at cool schools @ kpix.com, and we may feature your school on the o show. the-- on the toeshoe -- show. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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. good morning everybody. the calendar says no; but the third ranked stanford women played a game worthy f of march
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against top ranked uconn. not a great night for kalina lewis, who according to teammates said she was fine after wards. we may see later today. and hope to go see the huskies at tournament time. watching her teammate, amber scoring a career high 27. and shot to 35% and committed 16 turnovers. there's go hartley, led the top ranked huskies with 20. johnny dawkins has yet to lead the cardinals to the tournament, in his 6th season hosted byu at the farm. cougar junior, matt had 26 and byu wins. and the dolphins had the lead in the 4th, but the back up running back for tampa, bobby ray my scores and the bucks win the first game of the year, 22-19. marlins, pitcher, jose
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fernandez won the national rookie of the year award, and will myers won the american league rock eye of the year a-- rookie of the year award. he's the 3rd rays player to win that award. and brian saban does not anticipate the giants to make a swinging deal at the meetings. i'm dennis o'donnell we'll see you tonight. play of the daytime, from the spanish basketball league. felipe reyes makeing a ridiculous shot from the 3- point line. 111-63. what a shot. there's the throw and here's the shot. behind the back. >> sound effects. sound effects. >> there you go. got it. >> that is a nice play. happening today, a committee of architectures will settle the dispute over the country's tallest building. the willis tower in chicago currently holds that title measuring 1451 feet high.
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the builders of new york's one world trade center say a decorative spire atop the building should be counted. that would bring the building's height to a patriotic, 1776 feet tall. that's the year the constitution was ratified. we'll find out which building was taller this morning. it's not about which smart phone connects faster or holds data. why samsung and apple are facing off in court this morning. and millions of filipinos struggling to survive the after math of super typhoon haiyan. how the local community is answering the desperate call for help. ,,
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a bay area apartment goes up in flames early this morning, and people had to jump to escape. today's daylight has a lot of couples headed to the alter. what makes this tuesday an extra popular day to say i do. >> and new information from b.a.r.t., they're work to go establish a bus bridge after an accident on the tracks between richmond and el sarito. . did you hear that a couple of rain drops outside right now. and our kpix 5 high def doppler radar. we'll have more on that. we have seen the destruction from super typhoon haiyan. cate cauguiran says relief from the bay area is on the way. >> thank you, now, watching the video is very difficult. i can tell you that we're getting a new look at the after math of taclaban, one of the hardest cities hit. and authorities say at least 9.7 million people have been
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asked -- abouted by this -- affected by this storm in the local community. >> reporter: when disaster like typhoon haiyan hit, a community comes together, and people like burt step up. he and his wife brought canned food to the west bay filipino service center in san francisco. watching the typhoons devastation, brings an emotional silence. >> it's sad. powell and market near powell and mark, volunteers for the national alliance for filipino conces asked for money. nafcon has already raised 50-thousand dollars on es flexibity for w i don't know. >> he still hasn't heard from his siblings who live 100 miles from the storms epicenter. >> i'm worried but i'm hopeful that they are okay. >> reporter: he thinks the storm's destruction is the worst he has seen and that's saying something because this world war ii veteran is 89 years old. the 6 uniformed men spent veterans day requesting supplies to help those most affected. >> so please, donate, help our
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country. help our country men. >> reporter: the donations are still modest but continue to grow. this has been from the filipino bar association brought more donations yesterday. >> trying to get all of the law schools involved to have their schools donate. >> reporter: they stress there's still time to help. >> reporter: it's not a one day thing. it's not a two day event. this is weeks of collecting ask donating. and near powell and market yesterday volunteers for the national alliance for filipino concerns asked for money. navcon has raised $50,000 online. the money provides flexibility for whatever victims need. the plan is to get the first batch of goods to the philippines by the end of the workweek. they are relying on caring couples and they say to continue to donate and inspire others to do. reporting live in the studio, cate cauguiran kpix 5. major delays on the richmond lines. there was a fatal accident on
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the tracks a little while ago and trains are not running in or out of the deforte station. that is where the incident happened. and they are looking for a bus. there is no eto at this point. we can expect major delays. it could impact other lines, as the morning commute gets underway. happening today, the world's two biggest smart phone makers are going head to head in the silicone valley in a courtroom. lawyers for apple and samsung will begin picking a jury today. jurors will decide how much samsung owes apple for infringes on its patents. the battle is over older products that are no longer sold in the u.s. a mel memorial service will be held for the tsa agent killed at lax. the head of the tsa as well as the attorney general eric herald will speak at the
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service for 39-year-old gerardo hernandez. he was killed earlier this month, when a gunman opened fired in the airport. attorneys for boston marathon bombing suspect, dzhokhar tsarnaev are headed to court today. they plan to ask a judge to ease restrictions placed on tsarnaev in prison as he awaits trial. the defense argued the restrictions are impairing their ability to defend tsarnaev. the measures are often used in terrorism cases and restrict access to mail, media, the telephone and visitors. a new report reaffirms enrollment through the federal health care web site is way behind expectations. sources told the wall street journal fewer than 50,000 people had signed up as of last week. that's 1/10 of the half million enrollees the obama administration expected for october. the white house plans to release a report on first month enrollment figures later this week. >> the enrollment numbers which will be the first month of
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enrollment are likely to be quite low given the struggles that people have had getting access to the site and getting information. >> states running their own exchanges are struggling. 49,000 people signed up for coverage so far on 12 of those sites. california is one of two states that hasn't yet released enrollment figures. thousands will say i do. that's because the date has consecutive numbers. today is 11/12/13. 36 couples are scheduled to tie the knot today. >> it's definitely something that will stick with us, our kids, and our kids kids. >> there were no objections, i was like let's do it. i didn't have trouble booking make up artist, cake, dress. >> davids bridal said the nationwide survey shows a 700% jump in weddings. that amounts to 3000 couples
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who will have 11/12/13, good for the men who will hopefully never forget their anniversary. >> that's totally going to mess them up. they'll never remember. >> got to write it down. >> i think so. guys around the bay area, we have clouds out there. scattered showers showing up outside. that's right. our high def doppler radar tracking a couple of rain drops as we speak. check it out for yourself. we'll take you for a closer look. deed we are seeing rainmaking its way into the oakland hills as well. seeing showers back along the coastline and another band is just about to move on shore. we haven't seen a whole lot of rain. in fact, none at all so far this season. this is going to be impressive as it moves on through, at least for the morning. a few scattered showers and it will begin to move out. temperatures into the 50s right now. mostly cloudy skies around the bay area. i think by the afternoon, we'll watch those skies part and it looks like dry weather, even by this afternoon. a chance of showers this
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morning. dry by this afternoon, and more dry weather on the way. more in a moment. let's check out your traffic with elizabeth. >> getting our first live look at del norte station. the buses are working to pick people up. if you're waking up with us, the del norte station not in service this morning and you can see the buses out there now. b.a.r.t. tweeted there was very limited bus service between richmond station and the el sarito plaza station. you can see it's on the richmond line. that's what's experiencing major delays after an accident this morning. not in service, this is impacting the richmond, freemont and millbrae directions out of richmond. quick look outside. 880, this is a hot spot this morning. northbound approaching 23rd. an accident there. just cleared to the right hand shoulder but it is gridlocked from the oakland coliseum. new this morning, some o people had to jump from a burning apartment complex in
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hayward overnight. kcbs raid you matt bugler is on the scene where 15 people are out of their homes. this was a fast moving fire at the whitman green apartment complex in hayward. it destroyed two units, a ground floor and an upper unit. the progression of the fire was so rapid that two people got trapped on the balcony of the upper story unit and they had to jump to the ground to escape the flames. they were not seriously injured. there were no serious injuries to humans reported but other neighbors had to scramble and help other neighbors get out in time. >> there was a lot of smoke and two or three people outside, and then the flames came up, huge, huge, flames and so i went up to my apartment and got people out and started knocking on doors, and three minutes, there were flames from 7 to 14
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feet high from the lower apartment. >> as you mentioned, a total of 15 people have been displaced by this fire. both in the two burns units that are complete gutted and in the surrounding units that had a pretty heavy smoke damage. i'm sorry to say there was one family dog that did die in this fire. fire crews did try to save that animal. they used anne makovec -- they used an animal resuscitation unit. over a dozen people displaced by the fire. live from the scene, matt. people were under arrest in the south bay on kidnapping and robbery charges. they are accused of running a prostitution scheme from a motel in san jose last month. they're accused of robbing customers and carjacking in which the victim was kidnapped. the three may be suspects in a bank robbery in san joaquin county as well. a key phase gets under way
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for dismantling the eastern span of the bay bridge. workers will start removing 1400 feet of the upper deck that will continue for 6 weeks, taking down the span challenges to -- promises to be challenging. it's going to take about three years. time is 6:40. traveling during the holiday season can be stressful. one way you can prepare were stepping foot in the airport. and the market opened about 10 minutes ago. take a peek at the early numbers. everything is down but not by a whole lot. we'll chat numbers and much more with jason brooks right after the break. ,,
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here now is kcbs radio's financial re will lead . you can start to sign up for the newest ipad mini today. >> sure can. here to chat, kcbs financial
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reporter, jason brooks on this tuesday. >> good morning, the new retina ipad mini has been long anticipated. it's debuting three weeks after the ipad air came out. there have been issues for the supply for that new screen on the o ipad mini. that's reason it was displayed. a lot of people expected it to not go on sale. it's now on sale, online, and shipping times are indicating that at least for the 16 and 32 gig models. 1 to 3 days for it to get out. other models, 5 to 10 days. another issue for the ipad mini is it's fairly expensive compared to rival tablets of the same size that have retina displays. the base model $399. and the government shut down did not seem to have a huge impact on the overall economy from a number of reports we have seen. small business owners continue to feel that pressure and uncertainty. the national federation of independent businesses say that
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small business optimum index fell to the lowest reading since april. 7 to 10 components with uncertainty to washington. market pulling back a little bit this morning after a 36th 36th record close for the dow in 2013 yesterday. let's look at the numbers. the dow off by a fraction. just turned positive by a fraction. nasdaq is down by 5 points. s&p, lower by 2. michelle and frank back to you. jason brooks from kcbs news, thank you. it's 6:45. a check of traffic. busy day for you elizabeth. it has been, for commuters on mass transit. northbound 880, the nimitz is ugly this morning. northbound an accident approaching 23rd. emergency crews are on scene. they're blocking the right lane, and now traffic is stacked up. i checked the sensors, it looks like leggenberger, the drive time in the red. it's almost 40 minutes between 238 and the maze. use 580 as an alternate.
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it's a mess. also, southbound 680. they just cleared this to the right shoulder a couple minutes ago. it's stacked up almost a solid wall of brake lights. stone ridge, small grade, extra traffic headache this morning. and westbound 580 through the altamont pass. your usual delays there but it's worse through the livermore valley. we had that earlier crash approaching north livermore avenue and the bay bridge is stacked up almost to the maze and of course b.a.r.t. continues with their major delays on the richmond line and el cerrito's del norte station, shut down, limited bus service this morning. that's kcbs traffic, here's lawrence. we have our high def doppler radar, the storm system making it through the bay area. here we go. we have some showers showing up outside right now, although fairly light. we have some heavier amounts beginning to show up in parts of the east bay now. this is moving through fairly rapidly toward walnut creek. moving out of orinda. seen showers in that area. that's going to pass by it
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looks like in the morning hours and by the afternoon, a return of partly cloudy skies and really some mild temperatures. we have some scattered showers if you're headed out the door this morning. return to dry weather tomorrow and breezy conditions. blustery over the mountain tops, high pressure edging its way eastward to lout cold front, the trailing edge into the bay area. morning showers clearing by the afternoon on the backside of the o cold front, should be a decent day as we head throughout the afternoon. temperatures mild inland. let's plan on mid-70s in livermore. 72 in san jose. 62, a little breezy many pacifica. next couple of days, warm the temperatures above average and cool down friday and saturday. let's check out your school cast for today. this is from lfamata elementary school. temperatures in the upper 50s. upper 60s as we head toward
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lunch recess. final bell, 72 degrees. home of the falcons and they have half days starting tomorrow. if you would like to nominate for school, go to kpix.com/school cast. >> we like half days at work, don't we. 43 days until christmas. can you believe that. >> i cannot believe that. >> sharon joins us now with a look at what you can do if you're traveling during the holidays, with technology. >> i don't know about you guys, but it's hard to go without the internet even a couple hours in flight. thankfully according to route happy, nearly 40% of domestic flights are now equipped with inflight wi-fi. it is expensive if you're going to fork over the cash for it, i have some tips for you. first of all, you'll want to shop ahead for discounts. the average price of inflight wi-fi is about 14 to $15. but if you head on over to your airlines web site ahead of
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time, you can find discounts like 2 for $20 passes over a couple flights. and go go is the main provider and you can go to their web site and to find discounts too. you want to know your limitations. inflight wi-fi is nothing like the internet you get at home. so if you think you're going to be able to stream movies from nexflix or hulu or download an ipad game, forget about it. the band width is very limited. voiceover ep services like skype calling are unavailable -- voiceover ip services like skype calling are unavailable. every passenger that is connected is in the same security bubble. meaning that someone savvy enough could hack into your activity. save your banking and on o-line shopping for after the flight. disable any background
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activity. again, the band width on inflight wi-fi is very very limited due to the technology. so disable any e-mails, any automatic software downloads, before your flight. just don't forget to enable them after wards. >> what airline is most connected. >> delta is the most connected airline right now. that number continues to grow. you can head on over to guru.com and enter your flight information and find if your flight is equipped with wi-fi ahead of time and if your seat has power port. >> there we go. thank you very much for all that information. you can find more tech watch segments on our web site. time for a look at what's coming up later on cbs this morning. >> that's with nora o'donnell. she joins us live in new york. >> ahead, we are in the philippines where aid is being flown in from around the world and we'll hear from the
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american storm chaser who put his camera down to try and save people trapped inside their hotel rooms during the mounter typhoon. plus, we spoke to the 16-year- old symbol of hope and courage, malala yousufzai, the who survived a pakistani assassination attempt. she tells us about the advice she gave president obama. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you right at 7. >> and nora, you must have been so impressed with this young lady. >> i am very impressed. i met her briefly once before. we have been working on this interview for several months. she's wise beyond her years at 16. and she told us she grew up wanting to be a doctor and now she wants to be a world leader and follow in the footsteps of pakistan's one and only woman prime minister. >> thank you so much. and remember, cbs this morning
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starts at 7. the philippines in a state of disaster after typhoon haiyan ripped through the country over the weekend. the latest in the recovery efforts and how you can help out as well. ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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it's like everyone came to, "if it's good, let's save it for the weekend." so here's to the kfc ten buck weekend bucket. ten pieces, ten bucks. any recipe. just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good. good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. following typhoon haiyan... the storm's destruction is severe, 5 things to know at the 55. recovery efforts are underway in the philippines following typhoon haiyan. the storm's destruction so o severe, organizations having a lot of trouble delivering supplies to those that need it the most. survivors are in need of food and water. the death toll continues to rise and estimates as many as
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10,000 people were killed. the government is preparing to release a report showing how many people have signed up for health insurance under the affordable care act. approximately 50,000 people have signed up under the healthcare.gov web site according to a wall street journal report. internal government memos show the obama administration had hoped to enroll 500,000 people in the first month. miami dolphins taking to the field for monday night football without jonathan martin and rich eye incognito. the dolphins owner told the press he was appalled by the allegations. he plans to meet with martin ho hear his side about what pushed him to leave the team and seek counseling. 49ers line backer, alden smith is set to be arraigned on three felony gun charges. he's accused of having three rifles at his home that deputies determined were illegal assault weapons. they discovered the guns after an altercation at smith's house during a party last year. today is 11, 12, 13, and
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many couples are planning to tie the knot. it's the next to last date of the century with the numbers. here in san francisco, the opportunity to wed has been booked and has been for some time. the next day with consecutive numbers, that will be 12/13/14 is a year from december. happening today, the oakland city council is considering a curfew for children and teens in an effort to reduce crime in the city. mark kelly is live in oakland with details. >> reporter: michelle, the oakland city council public safety committee, they're looking at this curfew idea for teens tonight. but let's type in mind, oakland -- keep in mind, oakland has attempted a curfew law in the past, and it failed. if a curfew becomes law in oakland, anyone under 18 years of age must be off the streets between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. every day. and between 8:30:00 a.m. and 1:30:00 p.m. on school days. city council men know way gyo has been advocating a cur
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curfew for oakland. more than 600 robberies this year involved a juvenile as a suspect. a curfew has been controversial. when he advocated for the idea in early fall, the proposal had its critics. these 7-day forecast coo posters start -- these swastika posters started popping up. >> there's a disproportionate number of kids of color who are on curfew. >> reporter: critics say the curfew idea one keeps officers from fighting other crimes and two o, leads to racial profiling. live in oakland, mark kelly kpix 5. and the lines are getting long for bus service. the you can see the lines of stranded commuters. there was an accident on the tracks. that's why the station is closed. they are running shuttle buses
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between richmond and el cerrito. and expect more commuters o on the roads as well. from hercules down to richmond, people trying to find alternates, a way around the b.a.r.t. mess. that's traffic. here's lawrence. we have our high def doppler radar out checking out some rain drops. haven't been able to say that for quite a while. it's moving rapidly. you see it breaking up as it moves on by. a chance of scattered showers this morning and then i think by the afternoon, things begin to dry out. partly cloudy skies. 70s inland. 60s toward the coastline. more sunshine and warmer weather on wednesday and thursday. cooling down but dry for the weekend. we did a story about the one world trade center in new york. it was 1776 feet tall with that spire on top. i said that was the year the constitution was ratified. that's the year the declaration of independence was signed. i had to get that in. that was our correction. more important this, kpix 5 is partnering with the red cross
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for the typhoon victims. we'll have a phone bank thursday until 7:00 p.m. go to our web site for more details. good morning to our viewers in the west. it is tuesday, november 12th, 2013. welcome to "cbs this morning." the world races to save millions of typhoon victims. seth doane is at on the scene in the philippines. the newest blow to obama care. you who the white house estimations could be off by 80%. >> the miami dolphins owner breaks his silence and turns to hall of famers for help in the bullying scandal. >> first your world in 90 seconds. >> everything is done. >> a desperate fight for life in the philippines. >> the death toll

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