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now at noon, and streaming on cbsn bay area, a foggy start to the workweek. some parts of the bay area socked in this morning affecting visibility on the roads. good afternoon. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's take a live look in san francisco. some of the fog has burned off as we take a live look at the golden gate bridge. it is lingering in other areas of the bay area. check out this time lapse video from our camera looking towards sales force tour and you can see the top there and the fog rolling through the city. sfo, the fog is affecting travel out of the airport.
15 cancellations and 113 delays at last check. meteorologist mary lee is here with the latest conditions. >> we're still dealing with foggy conditions but not as dense with the fog. you can see the fog covering the golden gate bridge there. we can check visibility. 6miles in livermore. earlier this morning livermore you were down to 0 for the visibility so ware seeing improving conditions. 6miles in hayward. 10 at the oakland airport and earlier this morning, we were down to a tenth of a mile so we're starting to sea better conditions out there with our visibility, although napa at a mile and 3/4s. we'll fake you through what you can expect for the rest of the workweek. we're looking drier compared to last week. we'll talk about a couple weak weather system toss move incomening up. i'm anne makovec. we have some breaking news. oakland police just recovered a
stolen van that had a bunch of dogs inside, possibly not what the robber was frying was trying to get away with. the van stolen from a motel parking lot in fremont. they were a mix of rescued and privately owned dogs. the driver was inside of that motel in fremont and left the van running to keep the air on en the was stolen. an hour ago, the police spotted it and made a traffic stop and found the dogs inside. they appear to be okay. police arrested the owner and they took all those dogs to oakland animal control while all this gets sorts out. >> bart police officers are now conducting random sweeps on trains and kicking them off if
they don't have proof of payment. >> reporter: bart police officers are focusing their efforts here at the embarcadero center bart station because it has the most traffic at any of the stations. in the latest effort to solve the $25 million fare problem, they are hyper focused on morning trains. >> they conduct enforcement on the 13 trains coming out every morning from san francisco so they hold the trains at embarcadero and they do their walk through asking for proof of payment. the ones that don't get removed from the the system. >> in more than 35 sweeps ston since september, 75 to 100 meme have been kicked off trains each time. the focus is on ejecting violate tors and not giving out i think the presence and the coverage is good.
>> do you hope it will fix this problem? >> i'm positive it will and i think it will work itself out. >> reporter: it is unfortunate because for those people riding bart, commuters, they just want to get to where they are going but at the same time our city's social safety net is pretty nonexistent and so just think the issue is very complicated. >> done on random unannounced mornings, 14 officers inspect the sweeps starting at 5:00 a.m. each lasts 3 to 5 minutes. bart has not announced an end date for these sweeps. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. they are subject to a $75 fine. a juvenile citation is $55. >> capitol hill, both sides of the impeachment inquiry are making their legal cases today. natalie brand says it moves one step closer to a vote.
>> reporter: a supporter for trump went into it at the start of the impeachment hearing. after that demonstrator was escorted out, nadler told lawmakers he was obligated to investigation president trump because he argues he has broken his oath of office. >> the evidence shows that donald j. trump the president of the united states has put himself before his country. >> reporter: but the committee's ranking republican said the entire proceeding is politically motivated. they cagehat hes the president of the united states. democrats say the president withheld military aiigion into they accused the president of obstructing the congressional
investigation that followed. >> ordering executive agencies and government officials to defy subpoenas for documents and testimony. >> white house lawyers declined to participate in today's hearing in a sharply worded letter writing "house democrats have wasted enough of america's time with this charades." >> trump says they are failing to make a case for impeachment. those testified have denied having awareness of criminal activity or even an impeachable offense. natalie brand, cbs news, capitol hill. >> >> democrats are working to hold a full house vote on articles of impeachment before christmas. >> a berkeley student may be
facing punishment after using racial and homophobic slurs. >> on the website read it, someone claiming to be the person who recorded the video apologized saying the wo young man were not in the clearest of minds and never meant the words they expressed. the university said cal condemns all forms of bigotry and hatred. some are calling it a hate crime and want the person in it to be disciplined. >> this is a hate crime. i will be blatantly honest. he marginallized women as well in the video. he should be expelnd and he should have some sort of ban from the campus because this is a really scary matter. you never know what is going to happen next. >> cal issued a statement saying in part the campus is taking appropriate reaction to the video being posted on
social media. we do not discuss the situation of individual students. new details about last week's shooting that killed three sailors. the saudi gunman posted anti- american tweets before the killings. cbs news learned he may have been having issues with an instructor. they still don't know if he acted alone or if others were under volved. taking a look at the big board. the dow is down 68 points. if you want to sign up, you're returning out of time. a new plan date takes affect in the new year. people who want their coverage to begin in january, 2020 must sign up by sunday. those who choose to go without coverage could face a financial penalty unless they qualify for an exemption. the program connects californians with financial assistance.
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businesses. i headed to santa rosa for bay area's family drive. >> reporter: i'm here at the food bank where during the kincade fire groceries were tris booted to more than 25ous people and they can't do that without donations. >> we're superexcited today. way brought a check last week for $14,000 from our customers who donated their ticket money from an event we lad to cancel. >> you lad to cancel because of power outages. >> yes. it was upsetting but it was exciting to see people donating their money instead of taking a refund. this check is for $13,000, a dollar a ticket from all the events we sold this year. >> thank you so much. lisa cannon with the food bank joins me. >> this has been a very long partnership, over ten years
with wine red and this will allow us to baste food for over 100,000 meals. >> that really brakes a big impact. there you go. if you would like to give, go to kpix.com/give. let's get a check of the forecast. many parts of the bay area dealing with a lot of fog out there. >> at the is right kenny. we're tracking that for you. some spots the fog is burning off to just cloudy case. here is a live look. you can see the clouds out there. temperatures are running in the upper 40s to low- to mid-50s at nis hour. the weather headlines, a drier weak compared to the stormy weather last week with a couple weak weather systems this week and i'll show you that in the extended forecast but looking at partly to mostly cloudy skies this afternoon. then some showers with a weak cold front that arrives late tuesday into wednesday so some scattered light showers. again late tuesday into
wednesday. i'll show you this on futurecast. so all of our recent storms did help bit the rainfall for the water year. we're looking at since october 1st in san francisco more than 3 1/2 inches. about 2 1/2 inches of rain for oakland. about 2 and a quarter in san jose and santa rosa. 9 and 3 -4s there. 67% of normal. month to date for san francisco, 56% in oakland. san jose 70%. santa rosa 121% of normal month to date. of course we're just starting the water year so we'll keep adding to that hopefully so. but that low pressure system that brought the powerful storms over the weekend continues to push out of here and this ridge of high pressure will be building in. let's take you hour by hour. we're looking at partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies this afternoon. for tomorrow a foggy start and mostly cloudy skies.
there is that weak cold front that falls apart as it pushes across our area. looking at some showers for tuesday night. some scattered showers, light scattered showers for wednesday morning and mostly cloudy wednesday afternoon. sin set at 4:50. sunrise at 7:14. daytime highs seasonal for this time of year, 58 san francisco. 60 for concord. there is that extended forecast again. a few light showers possible late tuesday into wednesday. then our next chance of showers will be on saturday. nothing at all like what we saw last weak. i'm still not washing my car, right? >> that is good. >> thanks. well, the kennedy center honors celebrated the legacy of "sesame street" and big bird stole the show. cast members all wore yellow feathers for carroll spinney who played big bird and the grouch for 50 years. >> he died yesterday and they paid homage to his career that
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