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now at 11:00, breaking news tonight. democrats preparing articles of impeachment against the president. what to expect tomorrow. plus: >> reporter: a van with 24 dogs inside discovered in oakland this morning. why the dogs may not be released to their owners for days. >> reporter: tariffs on toys. what one bay area company has to say about the trade war. >> there needs outrch. really, we're your neighbors. it's hard out here. >> tonight in project home, awe unique perk speck ty of what it's like to be a woman on the streets. i'm veronica de la cruz. >> and i'm ken bastida. in just hours, the house democrats are expected to unveil articles of impeachment against president trump. cbs news has learned that they
are abuse of power and obstruction of congress. natalie brand is on capitol hill with what to expect next. >> reporter: we've learned that house committee chairs leading the impeachment investigation are expected to hold a news conference tomorrow morning on articles of impeachment. so we are expecting to learn more about the substance and this comes amid this debate among house democrats about whether to keep articles of impeachment limited to the ukraine investigation or broaden them to include elements from the mueller report. possible obstruction of justice. sources tell cbs news that house speaker nancy pelosi has signaled she's more in favor of keeping them limited while we've heard the judiciary chair talk about what he views as a pattern of behavior, signals he may be in favor of broadening them. so this debate appears to be wrapping up if we are in fact
going to learn more about substance tomorrow. and articles of impeachment could be drafted as soon as midweek because the house judiciary committee will have to have a session to debate them, what's known as a mark up, and then a final vote of the committee before this heads to the floor potentially next week before lawmakers leave town for the holidays. on capitol hill, i'm natalie brand, kpix 5. >> all right, that press conference is set for 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. you can join michelle griego, kenny choi, and our team for the latest developments coming from washington starting at 4:30. a cal football player is under arrest tonight for what police are calling a scary series of events. it all started when he flagged down a police cruiser near the cal campus and asked to drive to car and see the officer's
gun before forcibly opening the door. he tried to take the officer's weapon before jumping into the cruiser. eventually back up arrived to arrest him. the team says this is troubling. while he's no longer a member of our football program, we remain concerned for his well being. tonight two dozen rescue animals caught up in a dog napping scheme as a fremont hotel are being held as evidence. it could be days before they get to meet their new families. kpix 5's maria medina with the drama one owner is going through to get his puppy. >> reporter: it was here at the extended stay in fremont where a van with 24 dogs was stolen. luckily that van had a tracking device and was discovered this morning. but if you think the dogs were simply handed to their owners, think again. >> we were very excited to get her home and give her the opportunity to finally have a forever family. >> reporter: today was the day dustin rodriguez and his wife
were supposed to meet ava, the italian mastiff they rescued from kentucky. however this is the image they saw instead. ava in the news, still hundreds of miles away from dustin in washington state. ava was one of two dozen dogs discovered in a stolen van this morning. >> i spoke with one of the officers there today and right now she's being held as evidence, so we don't know when she'll be released to us. >> reporter: the driver of the van from dnj's pet transport is paid to pick up rescue dogs and drop them off to their new owners. according to dustin they were told she would sleep inside the van, but instead the van was left running with the keys in the ignition. >> this morning there was a lot of anger and frustration. >> reporter: using the van's gps tracker, oakland police found the van around 11:00 this morning, arrested the man behind the wheel, and detained another man attempting to buy a dog. tonight some posted on social
media there were several dogs missing. >> there's still a lot of questions. >> reporter: dustin says he's now forced to take time off work and drive to california and hope for the best that police release ava sooner rather than later. >> we appreciate them getting her back and at least if we don't have her right now, having the opportunity to get her as soon as possible. >> reporter: and a woman that answered the pet transport's phone number said she didn't have time to talk and the company's facebook page was deleted a few hours ago. in fremont, maria medina, kpix 5. right now the search is on for a man caught on camera breaking into a home in vallejo off skyline drive. police believe the suspect was posing as a door to door salesperson and talking on the phone with an accomplice. the homeowner confronted the intruder who fled on foot. in daly city police are looking for 2 men accused of stealing a wallet out of a 67-year-old woman's purse on black friday and going on a shopping spree at target. if you recognize these guys,
call police. new at 11:00, looming tariffs on roughly $156 billion worth of chinese imports could put american toy makers in a very tough position during what's supposed to be their most wonderful time of the year. joe vazquez explains. >> reporter: a 15 percent tariff would be painful for any company bringing in imports from china, but it could be especially difficult for toy makers with the holidays right around the corner. >> this is oden dragon. >> reporter: the ceo of animoodles says her bay area based small toy company is doing well. this year they're on the amazon toy list and will soon star in an animated show on a streaming channel. still the tariff wasn't exactly part of this year's budget. >> literally 15 percent less means that we have to cut back on some expenses and we have to
shift our business model into something different. >> reporter: the toys are manufactured in china. >> we have a very specialized set of factories in china that produce really well crafted high quality stuffed animals to overnight be able to move to another country is really difficult. >> reporter: president trump said earlier this year there would be two phases of tariffs. the second which include toys would go into effect on december 15th in no deal is reached with china. there's unclear if a deal is any closer. the deal is hitting toy stores especially hard just before their busiest season. one toy maker described it as the nightmare before christmas. some are having to lay off employees. >> also there's the retail shake up of stores going bankrupt all at the same time. i would love to see a credit even for toy companies instead of a tariff. >> reporter: the toy association has launched a campaign directed at the
president called don't tax our toys. will it work? we should learn within the week. joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> despite the uncertainty of potential tariffs, marissa says she has no intention of raising the price of those animoodles any time soon. campaign 2020, michael bloomberg secured his first major california endorsement from the mayor of san jose. he says bloomberg is an experienced problem solver and luccardo will serve as a campaign contributor. a concord woman facing the threat of deportation now has a reprieve that may save her life. isabel bueso came to the u.s. from guatemala as a child to receive care for a rare medical disorder and lived here the past 16 years. in august the trump
administration said she had to go, leave the country. but tonight following outrage and a visit to capitol hill, the family's deferred action status has been renewed for 2 years. coming up, our original series project home, we get a firsthand account of what it's like to be a woman living on the streets. plus: >> reporter: tonight the warriors treated a special group of fans to a game at chase center. survivors of the gilroy garlic festival shooting. we take you inside. >> and don't forget we're streaming now on cbsn bay area and you can find us on kpix.com, the cbs news app, or your favorite platform. mike bloomberg's never been afraid of tough fights, the ones that make a true difference in people's lives. and mike's won them, which is important right this minute, because if he could beat america's biggest gun lobby,
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now our original series project home, and tonight we turn over the microphone to maven. >> she's living in an ment in oakland and gives a firsthand account of life on the streets for women. >> she also tells kpix 5's susie steimle what she thinks could help solve the homeless problem. >> first thing i wrote in my list of things you need when you become homeless, you have to get a pit bull. i was one of the first people to live here, and i liked it for the quiet and the birds and butterflies and lack of stress. we're trying to be a community, a collective rather than an encampment, there's an ever evolving face of homelessness. i mean college students, grandparents, your mom. anybody could become homeless. being out here as a woman? >> it's crazy. there's amazing people out here, but it's really hard. everybody is pushed. i mean, i try to keep the faith in god and oakland is amazing.
they're very generous. if it wasn't oakland, i don't think i could have survived anywhere else. there's a lot of love here. but also ire sometimes, and people are getting hurt and there are suicides sometimes. and mud and bad weather and rats sometimes. it's just, you know, you don't know who you can trust, and so we all have like intimacy issues. it's hard to be friends with people, but you really want friends. and you love people and at the same time you want to go hide. then you have the people that are chronically ill or have addictions or whatever, and they're, you see a lot of that, it's hard to manage. i wish they had better dental for situations. they always want to yank out all your teethes so you look so much better as a homeless personout here, and the social classes and the economic things and the housing crisis, a two-bedroom is $5,000 a
month. that's crazy to me! my friend frankie just recently passed away. she was 90. she went to a home, she was off the streets, she felt great. if we could set up showers, bath houses for the women, or anybody, that would be great. i hear there's a shower here every monday and a big water heater, they don't turn it on, they must have forgotten. i'm trying to eradicate the word homeless and turn it to curb side communities instead of encatchments. a lot of time on the news they call it the homeless, you know, the homeless, no curb side community. we're nobody's problem i believe. i have about 500 saved on a fundraiser that i've been doing on facebook. part of that, well that money is set aside to get a van. something with an engine so i
can go and haul trailers and go see my daughter who i haven't seen in 6 years. i really want to be useful. i have all this free time being homeless. i can't afford to go to work and pay bills and stuff, i just want to be useful. it's a struggle out here. it's like being a pioneer woman or a cowboy. you come out here in your rv or tent or whatever, and we're settling the curbs because it's the last frontier. >> she's been living in the encampment for over a year now, but last month it was cleared out to make room for a safe rv parking spot. she just ended up down the street, and she wants that to change. she wants to see encampments sanctioned by the city. thanks to our editors who put that story together. >> she tells an interesting tale.
it's bad, but it's good, but it's bad. >> and there's community and it's tough. >> but you're on your own. >> i think the bigger take away is just that it's bad and hopefully we can find a solution, right? >> absolutely. >> thank you so much. >> keep sending your stories and items to project home and you can see all of the reporting on our website. and tonight city leaders in palo alto are stepping in before a new rent hike kicks in. they want to stop rent hikes and unjust evictions following similar ordinances in other cities. tenants protested they were getting gouged or kicked out and said landlords were take advantage before the cap takes effect in january. and a special report tonight at chase center. >> betty yu was there as garlic festival shooting survivors met with steve kerr. >> reporter: for many of the
victims of the garlic festival shooting and their families, tonight was their first game at chase center. the warriors provided the tickets, a special tour of the arena, and a special meeting with coach kerr. in tonight's warriors and grizzlies game, a special group of survivors and their families cheered on the dubs. the victim also watched the pre-game shoot around court side. >> it's just kind of surreal. it's a little intimidating i think to be in a crowded place, but it makes me feel safe knowing that we're being like escorted. >> reporter: gabriella was shot in the shoulder and grazed in the back as she ran for safety. her recent surgery to remove bullet fragments was successful. before the game, they met with coach kerr. his father was assassinated while serving as the president of the american university in
the beirut. >> the first thing that has to happen is our government officials have to decide the safety of our citizens is more important than the money they receive from the nra. >> he's a very, very humbling person, and know his background, he shared his story and why he's such an advocate for gun violence, i can see why he's very outspoken. >> reporter: the garlic festival shooting left 3 dead and over a dozen injured in july. since some survivors filed a lawsuit against the security company and festival association for not securing the venue. tonight this group is a reminder of gilroy's strength, resiliency, and pride. >> we're all survivors as a town and as a nation. >> reporter: betty yu, kpix 5. okay, highlights for tomorrow's forecast, morning we'll have patchy dense fog and
then in the evening there's some light rain coming from the next storm. but first, i can show you what the entire bay area is going to look like tomorrow at sunrise because we looked like it tonight at sunset. this is a time lapse from the top of mount vaca. you had to get up above 2500 feet to see this. most omar of us were living underneath the gray skies, but up high enough it was a beautiful view. so let's talk about where we're most likely to see the dense fog on the roadway tomorrow. i start in the north bay, we get to the south bay next. but in terms of the north bay, watch the time tick by and see the visibility readings as we go into what will likely be the 2 or 3 hour window where we'd have issues with fog on the roadway. stop it as 6:00 a.m. and see so many sensors are down to 0 means that's how far you can see down the roadway in miles. mill valley at that point, you can see a mile that's fan, but petaluma down to 0. not that it's going to play out
exactly in those locations at exactly that time, but in general 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. tomorrow, maybe a little later, keep your eye out if you're driving anywhere in the north bay for patchy dense fog. won't be as bad for the south bay. i'll play this through to 6:00 a.m., and notice here at 6:00 we're not seeing as many of the sensors get as low. still potentially low. by the time we've gotten to 10:00 and 11:00, it's cleared out. so there's the fog story. going to be cold tonight in the north bay. look at that 39 for santa rosa. it's not one of those situations where we see the temperatures get noticeably colder for those sheltered valleys up in the north bay. santa rosa that's you. everyone else is down into the mid-40s, and daytime highs where right where they should be. here comes tomorrow's chance of light rain. let's play it forward. just watch this leading edge into tomorrow afternoon. i'll play it into tomorrow night and it kind of falls apart as it comes on shore. but once we get into the
overnight hours, here come the scattered showers. mainly focused on the north bay, but even the south and central bay have a chance towards sunrise for a few light showers. i don't anticipate a lot though. there's the totals. .05-inches of rain for the north bay. we shouldn't get much in the central or south bay. that's around sunrise that it's done. another small chance of rain on friday. not impressed with that. not a lot coming our way. if we get it, it's friday night. don't count on a lot. the nba's newest superstar comes
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also going down dee ford and richard sherman. each will miss a couple of weeks. dj jones sprained his ankle, and williams is in concussion protocol. giants eli manning starting for the first time since week 2. his brother in philadelphia to lend support. tied at 17, overtime, carson wentz, second touchdown pass of the game ertz. philadelphia won 23-17. get a load of this, they're tied with the cowboys for first place in the nfc east at 6 and 7. wow! the grizzlies making a house call ase er. rough game for eric pascal, allen with the dunk. part of a 13-1 run for the grizzly. does he look rusty to you? rookie scored 26. memphis won 110-102.
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rockets and kings, james harden drives into a double team, to capella for the oop. and derrick rose put holiday in the binder, scored 17 and the pistons won. back to houston, sacramento down 2, 1 second left. get a wide open shot and drills the deep three at the buzzer, and the kings win 119-118. i do dream of the day, you guy, when the kings are good and the warriors are good and we have a norcal rivalry. >> that
4:30 tomorrow morning. >> good night. captioning sponsored by cbs >> it was clear that republicans were going to do everything possible to stall the hearing, right? there were all those procedural, you know, inquiries and points, some of them clearly pretty arcane. chairman nadler didn't seem to expect them all. >> you're watching "shark week." ignore what the logo says. ( laughter ) up next, continuing coverage of the house judiciary committee hearing on impeachment. >> i now recognize the ranking member of the judiciary committee -- >> mr. chairman -- -- the gentleman from georgia to make his opening statement. >> mr. chairman, i have unanimous consent -- >> the gentleman from georgia is recognized. >> reserving the right to object. >> we will now hear presentations -- >> mr. chairman, i appeal the decision of the chair. >> there is no decision to appeal. there was not a ruling and a motion. >> point of order. have youuy