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tuesday november 6th. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm ken nooesdz short. >> no excuse. we're looking at plenty of sunshine. great weather if you liked yesterday you're going to like today. daytime highs above average for this time of year with that sunshine. a live look at our sales floor tower camera over the golden gate. clear skies. napa just checked for you in the upper 30s this morning. concord looking at 47. oakland at 53. livermore at 45. san francisco at 54. and santa rosa coming in at 41 on this election day. as we head through the afternoon warm and sunny again above average temperatures for this time of year. the we're talking anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees above normal for this time. and dry conditions continue. no rain in sight through the week. we'll check out next week and we
could possibly see some changes. we'll show you future cast coming up in just a bit. we're going to take a look at our bay area bridge thismo wee gettfieportsf ashe cenre blocking any lanes. eastbound 84 past the high-rise. two cars involved. right now your drive time 12 minutes from 101 to 880. if you're traveling on the flip side. if you want to use the san mateo bridge so far so good easy start. 13 minutes from 880 to 101. no delays out of oakland in san francisco. easy ride there and as you work your way across the golden gate bridge it looks like they're doing the lane changes. as you head into san francisco and a quick look at the richmond
san rafael bridge. that's a look at your morning drive. we're following breaking news this morning where an officer is recovering in antioche. he is okay. he was taken to the hospital and is now recovering at home. this all happened at around 7:30 and we're taking a live look at a home what is when the suspect had barricaded himself inside of a home after the shooting. a dispute between neighbors that is when police responded. the suspect brandished a gun and a shot was fired. so the standoff lasted around 2:00 a.m. when the suspect came up and gave himself up. there was still a shelter in place for about 10 homes in the area until 4:00 this morning.
so the investigation continues. kenny all>>hank you so much. polling places open in less than two hours and do you have everything you need to vote? kpix 5 jackie ward is outside the santa clara register where you need to cast your ballot. >> so we just want to give people a few reminders on what to do today, what they can expect and what they need to bring. so the polls open at 7:00 statewide. we'll be here long before them. so still have that absentee ballot. it needs to be postmarked by today. i was one of those voters who didn't get their ballots postmarked too. you can also hand deliver it until 8:00 tonight. we do have some early voting numbers for you as of sunday. that's according to political
firm political data inc and that is higher turnout than 2014. so while poll workers will have a long day ahead of them santa clara county says a lot of these races may be too close to call tonight so they're urging you to tune into kpix 5 tomorrow morning to get the latest election results and don't forget california has same day registration so you can still register and vote today you just need to be a u.s. citizen who's 18 or older and have a valid driver's license or state id. you can always register online which is really convenient. even if you're in line at 8:00 tonight you will still have the right to get your vote in. if you need a ride to the polls today a number of ride share companies have you covered
with providing half off rides. now issues affecting voter's health and housing options will also be on today's ballot. one measure takes dialysis clinics in california. backers say many clinics are taking advantage of patients with private insurance. but opponents of prop 8 say it could put clinics out of business. another big measure prop 10. supporters blame soaring rents for forcing people out of homes and onto streets. mostly realtors and rental associations have raised nearly $65 million to defeat it. by discouraging investment. one of hottest state measures on the ballot today prop 6. the measure and the calls to repeal gas tax. supporters of prop six were
trying to win over the vote yesterday. our exclusive kpix 5 survey found when voters were asked outright about repealing the tax hike 52% said they would vote yes compared to 40% no. but when voters read the ballot that calls for elimination. san francisco voters will be weighing in on a measure that addresses homelessness. prop c would tax wealthiest companies. 8 million in personal and company funds to pro mote prop c but at odds with some fellow tech titans including twitter ceo jack dorsi. this morning facebook is blocking dozens of accounts that
may be involved in election meddling. it got a tip from law enforcement on sunday night. it took down 30 accounts on facebook and 85 on instagram. the facebook items were mostly in french or russian. meantime the department of justice is look over san mateo's voting process. one of 36 counties monitored on election day. it's the first county under a california voter's choice act to conduct elections using an all-mail ballot. you can find a complete guide to the state and local races. head to kpix.com/elections and we will have all angles covered tonight. we'll be bringing you live results and analysis and live stream on kpix..com.
today detective of state mike pompeo will meet with his north korean counter part in new york. it came with a clear call for u.s. to ease its sanction against north korea. a north korean official warneded the country. north korea could once again work on long range missiles that may be able to reach the u.s.. >> north korea always before a meeting tries to gain language by insinuating a threat. we don't want to dismiss it as negotiating rhetoric with that said. >> experts say north korea is paying close attention. >> they want to see much the encumbent in the white house. does he have support. i think they're looking for whether president trump gets weakened or not. >> the u.n. says the nuclear
tests of reunite talks about a missile strike. it dismantled a missile launch facility. new this morning, the body of the utah mayor who died in afghanistan over the weekend arrived at dover air force base in delaware. brent taylor was killed in an insider attack in cobble. leaving behind his wife and 7 children. the man accused of sending mail bombs is scheduled to appear in court. caesar sayoc. former president obama, billionaire tom schneider and pamela harris. authorities in stockton are asking for help to find five siblings this morning. stockton police say these
siblings were temporarily staying at a foster home in central stockton. jordan clementia and their officials say that the children took most of their belongings with them. >> i really don't understand why they left their foster home but obviously this is a very sad story. we definitely want to figure out exactly what's going on with that. >> i can't imagine my son being onto streets for three days. bad thoughts. lots of bad thoughts start going through your head. >> the children range in age from 4 to 16 years old. two southern california serial killers have been found dead in their sanguineton prison cells. the body of 54-year-old andrew yuradolis sentenced to death last month for murdering 5 women in the 1980s and 90s.
and death row inmate fredra goman was found in his cell. he was sentenced for four murders back in 2004. officials do not believe their deaths are connected. you can read more about the death row killers on our website kpix.com. time now is 5:11. a popular bathroom product is making a mess this morning. why these flushable wipes may not be so flushable after all. >> well it is incredibly dry out there and that means a high fire danger. we'll show you fush cast and how long -- future cast and how long this will last. >> and i'll have your travel times coming right up. (toni vo) 'twas the night before christmas,
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slept longer than 8 hours a night. >> now they do it every week or two. marketed as flushable but waste water officials say that is misleading. they say the big concern now is if the clog worsens the sewage can back up on the streets. >> our mission is to help protect the environment. we don't want any suer overflows. >> we hope you're not eating breakfast right now it's an papeteesut thele paper. >> you don't want to keep using that plunger. >> oh, boy. how do i follow that. all right. let's just go straight to the roadways right now.
and take a look at conditions on 580 this morning if you're working your way westbound from 206 to 580. kind of bunches up through there. gets a little bit better. 30-minute drive time from 205 as you head to 680. here's what it looks like when you're connected over to 680. all those headlines bunching up there. as you head through pleasanton. we want to update you on this accident past the high-rise. we just checked in with chp. one lane is now blocked as they clear this out of the way. it looks like it is starting to cause a backup as you head through there. a little slow. down to 42 miles per hour as you head through there. you can skip dunbar. westbound san mateo looking good. only 13 minutes. new crash also just reported
30 minutes ago. two lanes are blocked. still pretty early but we could see a back up pretty quickly since lanes are blocked. and here's a live look just west of there. we're starting to see a few more cars out on the roadways working their way on that westbound side. once you get to the bay bridge we're seeing most of those delays in the cash lanes. a pretty decent ride out of oakland into san francisco. a forecast in store for you. that's right. a beautiful day ahead with that sunshine if you're drinking some coffee or tea. nice to know we are going to have great weather for your tuesday. a live look at your sales force camera looking east. and clear skies as we start off the day. concord coming ine5. sa francis san jose at 48 and santa rosa at 41 and napa in the upper 30s
this morning. so cool to chilly conditions mainly clear skies. sunshine and warm conditions as we head through the afternoon with above average temperatures anywhere from 5 to 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. we're also talking about dry, warm, and gusty winds. high fire danger as we look ahead to the week. hills above a thousand feet. gusty conditions there tracking that with critical fire weather conditions and that does continue. everything's just so dry out there. fire weather watch not just for the sacramento valley and northern sierra but also for lake county. offshore winds gusts up to 45. very low relative humidity values. it's all because of this ridge of high pressure in control for us. so very warm conditions and a dry start to november and that will likely continue into next week. future cast to show you here all of that sunshine not skwus for the bay the
coast. all of us will see that sun and that will continue over the next several days and through the week. the next 10 days we're still going to stay dry. the pacific northwest has been getting storm after storm. they've been the lucky ones to get the rain. we've been looking at dry conditions as our longer range weather models for next week. daytime highs 69 in san francisco. san jose coming in at 74 looking at our inland locations in livermore as well as for fairfield. upper 70s in santa rosa. here's that 7-day forecast as we are looking at temperatures very similar with high pressure in control with that sunshine. a little bit cooler by the end of the week and the start of our weekend and slowly warping up by sunday into monday. it looks great with that sunshine now let's take a look at sports. you know the grass is not
8 straight wins a lead best 10 straight record. the only thing that could derail a warrior freight train are injuries. he came down awkwardly. good news x-rays are negative. golden state took off on their third patented quarter blitz. 14 off the bench. even jordan bell had a few minutes in this came. they are 6 -0 at home. hogs all around for billy
beanfter a.'s made playoffs for the lowest year and was voted on by these. former raider omaricooper making his debut. cooper had five catches 58 yards probably got a text from calil mack. tie stands win 28-14 and the seat is getting hotter for cowboys coach jason garrett. if dallas voters could vote this morning they would probably vote garrett out of a job. t ne the play ohe out in the f.
>> from long range from just inside half court, the heat win the game in overtime and johnston getting your play of the day. we are just about 90 minutes from polls opening across the state. we are here at santa clara county at the registrar voter's office with how votes are going to turn out. proposition 11 solves two issues. first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break.
proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. you only have one chance to make a first impression. progressive can't protect you from becoming your parents, but we can protect your home and auto when you bundle with us. -whoa! the club is rockin'! live from the cbs bay area studios this is kpix 5 news. in just 90 minutes the polls officially open where you need to go but you need to bring this morning and we answer your election day questions. plus overnight a bay area
officer shot in the head. >> good morning everyone it is tuesday november 6th i'm michelle griego. >> good morning i'm kenny choy let's look at this. the polls open in about an hour and a half. >> i always love getting the sticker. >> i voted. >> yeah, the sticker's awesome. i wear it with pride. >> that's awesome. and we're looking at great weather for election day. so plenty of sunshine. very similar to yesterday. so no excuse to get out and vote. let's show you a live look outside. under clear skies. our temperatures are in the 50s and 40s and some spots down to the upper 30s. napa you're in the upper 30s this morning. concord 47. oakland 52. livermore 45. san jose 48 and santa rosa a
cool 41. a little bit chilly to start off the day with mainly clear skies. warm and sunny as we head through the afternoon with above average temperatures. we're talking 5 to 10 degrees above arch. dry conditions that continues as well and especially up above a thousand feet for all bay area hills. looking at a high fire danger. so really watching that closely for you. future cast we have a ridge of high pressure that has been the dominant weather feature over the last several weeks and we're going to see possibility of the surge of high pressure just sticking around. we'll see if there are any changes. we'll see any rain. future cast will take you through the next 10 days. we're going to start off along the east shore freeway one of our hot shots this morning. causing a bit of a back up. one at travis in solano county
and we also have this one squeeze past there. so far no major delays. will see a bit of a back up at the bay bridge. >> that's the dunbarbridge. so my guess is chp is in the process of clearing this out of the roadway. >> and a new crash 680 at southbound mission bld. it looks like we're seeing a backup build behind that that's a look at your morning drive. and a police officer in antioche is now recovering after
being shot in the head. it wasn't a direct hit. this is a live look right now at the neighborhood of antioche where there all went dow ca see there's still a police presence there after an hour's long standoff overnight. this started at around 7:30 and here's some video from earlier in the evening. police arrived and a 32-year-old suspect they say confronted them, fired a shot and this officer was hit in the head. that is when the suspect barricaded himself into a house with a family member for several hours finally gave himself up but until about 4:00 a.m. there was a shelter in place order for that entire neighborhood. so the officer recovering, the suspect in jail, the investigation continues. this is all about 5 blocks away from flak diamond middle school.
luckily things have calmed down in time ahead of work day today. >> we're going to check in with ann mackavi ch throughout the news. the polls open in just about 90 minutes and the employees of the santa clara voters. more details on the big day. >> yeah, michelle it is very quiet in here right now. don't let that fool you. we're in a really dark lobby. as you can see the voting booths are all set up. they're waiting to go. they're waiting for those early voters to come in before work. don't forget to just put it in the mailbox. you can also hand deliver it to a lot of these registrar voter facilities in your counties. we do have some early voting numbers.
as of sunday 340 million americans mailed in ballots and that is a higher turnout than in 2014. that is the last time we had a midterm election. while poll workers will have a long day ahead of them. they're here long past that 8:00 p.m. cutoff tomb. they're telling them a lot of these races may be too close to call. don't forget california does have same day voter registration. that means you can register to vote today and cast your vote today. and of course to be 18 years or older. just a reminder, the polls are open until 8:00 tonight. if you're in line at 8:00 you still have the right to cast your ballot until 8:15. you will be fine as long as you're in line by 8:00 tonight. in the race for governor, democrat newsome cast his vote
this morning. >> both parties are making their final push to bay area voters. >> gavin is about vision and boldness and getting stuff done. >> urging people to vote for newsome for governor. >> we will take back the house of representatives and san francisco's own nancy pelosi will find herself back with that gavel where she belongs. we will win those races. we will win these poll races and god willing i'll be your next governor. thank you all very much. >> meanwhile republican candidate for governor john cox also had a busy day of campaigning. >> we have got to get this state to work for the average
forgotten californian they need to know their political leadership is all about them and not the politicians. >> both candidates will be in southern california today to watch the election return. cox will be at the san diego republican party's gathering. today republicans and democrats are making their final pitch to voters around the country. some gop candidates are getting a push for president trump. >> because in a sense i am on the ticket. >> the president visited three states yesterday. mr. trump is very much on voters' minds. according to cbs news you've got tracker more than 70% of voters say the president is a factor in their vote. president trump is hoping his campaign barn storming is getting voters to the polls today. candidates across the country are saying this is the most
important election of a lifetime and voters seem to agree. early voting numbers have far exceeded previous midterms. in texas democrat beto orork is hoping for a surprise victory over republican senator ted cruz. >> el pasoans turned out three times what they did in the past election. if that trend continues tomorrow, we win. >> with the economy booming in texas who in their right mind would want to screw that up. >> republicans are confident they will maintain control of the senate. but that same cbs news you've got tracker gives the democrats a slight edge to take back control of the house. 5:38 right now whatever the outcome on election day investors may be happy. that's what cbs news analyst joe schlesinger says. how has the midterms impacted the stock market? >> you know since 1946, there
have been 18 midterm elections. throughout those 72 years there have been every possible political party combination. here's the amazing thing. u.s. stocks have climbed higher in the subsequent 12 months after every single one of those midterms. 18 for 18. since 1946 stocks have jumped an average of 17% a year. that also coincides with other data. that is historically always been the strongest year for stocks. >> so then, jill, should we load up on stocks and expect 19 for 19? >> you know almost every market theory there could almost be an exception to the rule. that's why instead of trying to outsmart the market by advice is simple, address what is within your control . use those wage gains to pay down your credit card debt.
establish an emergency reserve and put away as much money as you can in your retirement plan. you might of missed this by the way. the irs just released new contribution limits for 401k and most plans for next year. in 2019 you can put up to $19,000 away. catch up contribution with your over 50 remains at 6,000. traditional and roth iras next year you'll be able to save up to $6,000. so put away that money, it doesn't matter who wins, that's going to be the same price. >> always the wise financial advisor jill schlesinger this morning. go to kpix.com/elections.
we'll be bringing you live results and analysis all ev that is on kpix.com. timeow is 5:41. >> a california woman says a doctor refused to treat her mother because she doesn't speak english. >> and here is a live look outside we're going to take a look from our dublin cam. we're going to have a traffic update after the break . c. here are the facts. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis. vote yes on c. endorsed by the democratic party, nancy pelosi, and dianne feinstein.
camera. cold and chilly conditions as we start off the day as we head through the afternoon. enjoy sunshine with warm temperatures. i'll let you know what you can expect where you live coming up. a southern california woman is protesting a doctor's office and his clinic. last thursday, usette galora took her mother to her cardiology appointment in san bernardino. her mother asked him if he spoke spanish she says that's when the doctor snapped and insulted maria about quote being in this country and not knowinglang y don like beinghispanic, nythu ve no r rsismowds
maximum can. usette and her family protested outside the doctor's office. amazon is split on picking their location for hq2. the company is expected to close the deal for a location in queens, new york and we're now learning amazon could pick the crystal city neighborhood in arlington, virginia as a second location. >> you're close to the white house, congress, all these universities, it's hard to think of a more perfect spot for all kinds of reasons for them. >> but two big concerns loom on the horizon rents will go up and traffic will get worse and some worry facing small businesses could face higher rent and driven out. check this out. fish out of water.
new video out of washington state shows about a dozen salmon swimming across the flooded highway. as for why the fish crossed the road, apparently to give birth in the creeks. that's real. that's according to the fish specialists who filmed this video. of it's a common sight in washington. >> we know they're big and strong but goodness that's pretty cool. >> another example of survival of the fittest. >> perseverance. >> trying to get through. trying to live. >> do you know why fish are so smart? >> why? >> they swim in schools.>> thare fish crossed the road. >> nice. to the roadways right now and trying to make your commute. unfortunately if you're traveling out of the south bay right now it just got a little worse. you can see our maps here quite some slow conditions are there
as you work your way on that northbound side of 101. possible injuries reported. so north 101 to concord that's a 30 30-minute delay. you can see traffic is moving so as least about -- at least about 20 minutes. elsewhere let's get an update on this accident south. one lane still blocked. it is the exit lane as you exit off the freeway. two cars involved in this crash. the good news we're not seeing any major delays. down to mission boulevard. we are seeing some stop and go there. if you look kind of off to the right side of the screen there. we'll have to check in with chp. it is slow from 238 and down to
highway 84. 18-minute drive time. and still busy. a crash blocking two lanes got you backed up well beyond richland parkway. let's check your forecast. here's mary. a beautiful day ahead with that sunshine. so temperatures very similar to yesterday. a live look at this sales floor tower camera. you can see clear skies and mount diablo in the background there. some spots even napa down to the upper 30s to start off the day. concord at 47. oakland 52. livermore good morning to you you're at 54 in san francisco. 41 for santa rosa. cool, chilly conditions. a clear start to our tuesday on this election day. sunny afternoon with above average temperatures. we're talking 5 to 10 degrees above average for this time of
year. and also dry, warm conditions. we're looking at that high fire danger with offshore winds kicking in later this week. so that fire weather watch not just for the sacramento valley but also for lake county. offshore winds gust up to 45. low humidity values. so critical fire conditions. everything is just so dry out there and high pressure, the dominant weather feature for us. very warm , a dry start to november. likely next week we're going to stay dry as well. future cast we'll show you. taking you through friday. and the ridge sticking around and that means our stuff really in this weather pattern here. future cast take you through the next ten days to see if we have any change and we really don't. that ridge of high pressure in control. continuing to bring rain to the pacific northwest. they'll stay to the west when
our rain chances stay to the west as well. we'll see plenty of sun today. sunset at 5:05. does not look like we see it any time today. daytime high 74 for a high in san jose. 71 for you in union city. for our inland locations low 80s. 82 in brentwood. mid to upper 70s to about 80. napa looking at 78 in santa rosa there and yucaia mid to upper 70s and for the beginning of the weekend veterans day looks fantastic with sunshine. 80 inland sunday and 80 for monday. michelle. thank you. well talk about a big ego boost this morning. the british actor who starteded
the drama series the wire has just been named sexiest man alive by people magazine. elvis says the honor is a big surprise not so big of a surprise for his fans. but there you go. >> very good actor. time now is 5:51. straight ahead this morning twins normally share the same birthday now these twins, even their daughters do. >> very cool. we'll be right back.
we are seeing traffic stack up heading from oakland into san francisco. can you see in our live shot there. once you get there, you're going to see a lot of cars and about a 24-minute drive to the central freeway. that's 101. free flowing in both directions. kenny and michelle twin sisters in central
california are passing on a birthday. >> mine was 7 pounds exactly. almost the same. >> that is so cool. kendra and natalie were born sunday night when their 23-year-old mother went into labor at the same time. working at the hospital for more than 18 years and she says she has never seen twin sisters give birth on the same day. >> all i did was deliver them. i didn't facilitate them or make it happen in any way. they just had great timing. >> the mothers think their babies look nothing alike but they do believe their twin bond could land them in the delivery room again in the future. yeah. >> maybe. that's a good idea. i don't know. but, yeah, how likely is that. these guys are kind of like
twins. they're cousins. time now 5:55. residents in one bay area neighborhood are allowed to return home this morning as we learn more about the standoff that forced them to evacuate. frarz and santa clara county is already reporting record high numbers for this midterm election. we'll tell you what they expect the rest of the day to look lik.
live from the cbs bay area studios. this is kpix 5 news. a bay area police officer is out of the hospital this morning after a shot in the head. >> voting begins in just about an hour. we'll break down the key races as you head to the polls. >> and why the justice department is sending election monitors to one county. >> it is tuesday november 6th i'm michelle griego. >> good morningmnyho
afourse is goi t be difficult excuse to not go to te polls today. >> yeah. we're looking at plenty of sunshine and great weather. daytime highs above average for this time of year. a live look with our tower camera and you can see the golden colors in the sky, a beautiful view with the sun just about to rise here. our temperatures are in the 40s and 50s and check out santa rosa now down to 39 degrees. so a chilly start for you. napa coming in in the upper 30s as well. concord looking at 46. san francisco at 54. san jose at 4 and santa r at 39. a little bit chilly. mainly clear skies for us across