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hold. this morning the san jose city council candidate confessing to killing. plus less impeachment and more healthcare and climate change but the top moments from the final democratic presidential debate of the year. police, and the new tool, giving feedback on officers. good morning, it is december 20. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. mary lee has a day off so look who is here. >> this is what the bottom of the barrel looks like. we've got some partly cloudy skies and in san jose it is looking mighty nice. i bet you can see some patchy fog which will set the tone for the day. mid 40s to low 50s. 51 in san francisco. here's what's happening. we get a break from the rain. partly cloudy skies but there is more rain coming in this weekend. saturday night, sunday morning. the rain from time to time will
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be fairly intense before today the numbers recover into the low 60s. not too bad. i'd don't know if that's true of the drive this morning. >> it actually looks pretty good on the roadways. not bad at all. if you are out and about early look at the travel times. the only thing we are seeing in the yellow is to the ultimate pass. 31 minutes from 205 to 680. east shore freeway in the green, highway 4 and 101 out of the south bay no delays right now. taking a look at 880, the nimitz freeway, if you have an early flight at oakland airport you should be good to go with no delays right now and traffic is clear pass the coliseum. southbound clear from here all the way to fremont. in fact here's an overview of the bay area. we are seeing lots of green. just like we like you. i'm anne makovec from the live news desk and we are following some breaking news for a man was shot and killed early this morning. the investigation is now underway. a matterhorn drive, this man
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was shot at least once the police got there at a 2:45 at this point they say they have not identified any suspects so the shooter appears to be on the loose. they don't have any information on motive or circumstances. matterhorn is still closed down for the investigation. yet another pedestrian is hitting killed in the bay area this time the driver is a well- known person in local politics. our jackie ward is live this morning from the san jose city hall with more. >> reporter: she was hoping to become the newest city councilmember here in san jose. but now her campaign is on hold after she admits to killing a pedestrian. she is best in the bay area for being the cofounder of the bay area women's march but on
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monday earlier this week just before noon, she hit and killed a pedestrian on blossom hill road. the victim was identified is 66- year-old tim starkey who was working as a handyman. he had just arrived and was outside his truck which was parked on blossom hill road. she was inside at the time of the accident. a neighbor alerted her to the tragedy. >> he was lovely. i was in shock. >> reporter: she is one of three candidates running for the election and a vacancy for district 10. in a statement released by her campaign she says she is, quote, heartbroken and deeply saddened by this tragic death and she is taking time to recover from the accident and grieve the loss of light. the victim's family told kpix 5, quote, his smile and humor were the favorite tools he brought to every job.
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he was so popular he had assignments lined up for months out and was looking forward to spending christmas with his wonderful family. police are still investigating. she was not arrested. in san jose, jackie ward, kpix 5. in campaign 2020 key takeaways from the final democratic presidential debate of the year is the senate candidates at last night's debate were less focused on the impeachment of president trump and more concerned with issues like health care and climate change. candidates also promoted her electability. >> i think the best way to do it is by putting someone at the top of the ticket who was from the midwest. >> by putting together a coalition and bringing back the office with 80% of the vote is a dude in mike pence is in the end. >> the more progressive candidates to aim at their opponents fundraising. >> he has received contributions from 44 billionaires. >> billionaires in wine caves should not pick the next president. >> the first nominating contest
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of the 2020 primary season is the iowa caucus and will be held every third. now less than seven weeks away. the democrats next debate will take place in des moines iowa on january 14. taking a live look in washington, d.c. at the capital where the drama of president trump's impeachment will carry on well into the new year. >> speaker nancy pelosi decided to delay sending articles of impeachment to the republican- controlled senate and says she is waiting until the republican leaders provide more details on witnesses and testimony that they will consider during the upcoming trial. publicly the president remains the fire about the impeachment with cbs news reporting that the president is worried about how the impeachment will affect his legacy. >> so he thinks he should have his day in court sooner rather than later. i don't know what they are up to in the house. this is a political stunt. >> a democratic congressman from new jersey who voted against the impeachment is now switching parties and becoming a republican. president trump offered jeff
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van drew from new jersey his endorsement yesterday. happening today classes are set to resume at a local university which was mostly shut down after a bomb threat. police found yesterday threat at san francisco state had no merit and the campus was declared safe. the threat was first reported just after 2:00 in the afternoon and most of the campus was evacuated. new details in the aftermath of the halloween party shooting. the city council is extending its ban on on hosted short-term rentals and leaders now have until november 18, 2020, to drop a permanent ordinance. the original band would have expired next month. in the meantime no justice for the five people who died on halloween night. officers arrested five people in connection to the shooting inside and airbnb rental. no one has been charged. case closed. police department is ending its investigation into sexual assault allegations at
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presentations heiskell. the victims claim officials at the school tried to cover up abuse for years. but now, investigators say they are criminal probe did not turn up sufficient evidence to level charges against school administrators. in some cases the statute of limitations had expired. presentation high tells kpix 5, quote, we initiated an internal investigation is ongoing to ensure we are doing everything we can to help support survivors and protect students and heal our committee. >> in san jose there's a new tool for people to give feedback on officer conduct. until now complaints had to be done in person or an email or fax, but with the new san jose police auditor app, people can anonymously text in complaints or comments about their interactions with police officers. they can also use a computer or smart phone to file official complaints. this is an important step rest because this is the first time we have been able to use technology, number one, to have people file complaints online, and number two, to gather community feedback about how the police are doing. >> being able to tax and that
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will allow them to have their voice be heard. >> we have one click tips you can use up -- you can upload photos or videos of encounters with officers. we have reached out to san jose police on the use of the new app auditor and have yet to hear back. happening today, a judge is set to hold a hearing regarding grand jury transcripts in the case of a man accused of killing a woman at a b.a.r.t. station. the defendant in the case is charged with murder in leicester stabbing of mia wilson at the b.a.r.t. station in oakland. the nonpartisan group first amendment coalition which advocates for government transparency filed a motion to unseal the transcripts in october. to the city of berkeley is moving forward the new plan to address the bay area housing crisis. early this month the city council voted unanimously to create housing development in the parking lot of the north berkeley and ashby b.a.r.t.
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station. the city can build up to 700 units at the stations. 35% of them would be reserved for low income families. part is expected to sign off on the plan next year and the city hopes to lock in a developer by 2022. remember to keep sending in your story ideas to project home at you can see all of our original reporting on a website. coming -- in marin county nurses are walking off the job. the california nurses association announced registered nurses at marin health medical center in greenbrae will hold an informal ticket at 7:30. they are demanding the hospital hire and retain experienced nurses for patient safety and it's unclear how patient could be affected today. the time is 5:09., oaken police making sure that writers stay safe this holiday season.
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coming up how they say you will be protected even outside of the station. if you are heading outside, the protection you will need is an umbrella. by saturday night things will turn wet around the bay area. the forecast coming up. ♪ a lot's changed since you were here. it's called the internet. i'm gonna hit start now, ok?
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new details and this crazy crash on airport in florida. the driver hospitalized and will face charges after driving his pickup truck right through the baggage claim area of sarasota international airport. the vehicle as you see ended up in a car rental desk early yesterday morning. amazingly no one in the building was injured. new this morning the project to reduce flooding on highway 37 and bolster wetlands is moving forward. yesterday the california coastal conservancy voted to allocate $1.5 million in state grants to the marin flood control and water conservation district. construction begins in the summer of next year. happening today oakland police will emphasize holiday safety during an event at the coliseum b.a.r.t. station. from 4:00 until 7:00. the department alumni association will offer b.a.r.t. passengers escorts to their vehicles. police will also take part and will have information tables to
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provide safety tips and information on resources. meanwhile b.a.r.t.'s board of directors has elected a new president . she was first elected to the board in 2016. as the saying goes santa claus and sees you when you're sleeping and knows when you are awake but apparently he also knows if you are driving over the speed limit. take a look. police in vermont set up the seasonal radar signs and tells driver they are naughty or nice based on how fast they are driving. police say so far it's actually making drivers slowdown. yeah, everyone wants presence. >> are you naughty or nice this morning? >> i was nice. >> i was driving through the city and i was nice. >> good. everyone is behaving on the freeway so i think santa is coming to your house. if you're headed towards the
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bay bridge not too bad. we have a fight advisory in the van. it's affecting the west end of the bay bridge so visibility on that portion and right now it's not bad. no metering lights and quiet. it is friday and it is the friday before christmas, the holiday week, so you will see some light travel conditions. it might get busier this afternoon for people getting out of town to enjoy time with their friends and family. san mateo bridge, 880 towards 101, clear, 13 minute drive time. you can see traffic is moving great in both directions. 30 minutes 880 towards 101. southbound 101 out of marin if you're headed towards the golden gate bridge, 19 the drive there and it looks like that san rafael bridge looking good also. westbound is that key direction. seven minutes towards the 101. if you've got an early flight at oakland airport, and taking 880 to get there, so far so good.
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no delays. clear in both directions near the coliseum. in fact most of our freeways in the east bay with the exception of that 580 commute out of the altamont past are showing nice speeds. we will take a look at traffic on 101 and as you work your way north ramp towards sfo we have a lot of green. no delays. 66 miles per hour program through millbrae. is shaved -- it's dry today but that will change. >> eventually. today looks ok but by saturday night the roads will get slick. we have a storm on the way for the bay area but that's tomorrow night. to date not bad as we start out on friday morning in spite of the fathers out there right now concord has 46 degrees and oakland is 50. livermore 42. and in santa rosa 50 degrees. getting a little of fog here and there but in general we have more sunshine than we had yesterday and it will be dry.
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the rain moves in by saturday evening. in the future cast, this shows us what the atmosphere will do. is giving us mostly clear skies until the fog comes in tonight. so, partly cloudy tonight, fog reforms tonight, and this is only through tonight. as for what happens after this, on saturday night, the clouds increase and wham, i'm early sunday morning we get hit by a dose of rain focused on the bay area but it's a fast mover. watch how fast it goes through. by much of saturday we go to unsettled and kind of cloudy conditions but apart from that not too bad. christmas does look like it might be a little bit wet especially on christmas eve. santa will have the umbrella out and us red-nosed will come in handy. there will be some fog. so here is what were expecting. we've got partly cloudy skies, a little bit warmer today and in the 60s. rain comes back on saturday night early sunday morning and christmas week does look damp
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and unsettled. there is no business like snow business to be headed to the mountains news no, not yet, the snow basin alpine looks pretty good. 28 lifts are operating at heavenly which will live up to its name until saturday night and sunday morning. i'm sure they will have winter storm warnings by then. kirkwood's current conditions, no new snow but they have a base of 60 inches. and at northstar, not bad at all. 18 to 40 inches. machine groomed anish and squaw valley 30s about three feet to almost 6 feet of snow. with 23 of the 42 lifts working. the 49ers taking on the rams tomorrow at 5:15. mostly cloudy and chance of a few showers. forecast eyes are calling for numbers to be mostly in the 60s with temperatures a little bit warmer than they were yesterday. in the south bay, partly cloudy size. 64% is a. on -- up in the
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north bay we will see upper 50s today but more son than yesterday and finally it will be chilly in ukiah. 55 at lakeport and 55 at clearlake. as we look ahead tomorrow night increasing clouds mean rain is on the way for the bay area. saturday night, sunday morning is what and it looks unsettled. there will be drizzle coming down for the next week. if you like dry somewhat sunny weather, enjoy today. there will not be much i had. ladies and gentlemen, let's see what time it is and what's ahead. >> it is 5:19. ahead, this holiday season be aware of giving the gift of
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germs. coming up the simple trick keeping you from getting sick. and before we head to break, taking a live look outside from our suture camera. you can see the top portion of the golden gate bridge and all that fog beneath it. 5:20. we'll be right back. coming up, more details on last night's debate plus a 5th grader shares his story on his classmates who stuck up for him when his teacher did not. and a family lighting up the holidays with a guinness world record display. >> everybody loves the warm and fuzzy of the holidays except for the centers for disease control. because, they just issued a warning that puppies may be making people sick. yeah. the cdc's a special spokesperson for this way. i think just by a dog. i have.germs. get some hot water. get some disinfectant. get some iodine. so maybe it's you and maybe it's not. but you
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. now at 5:30 and streaming on cbsn bay area, an overnight shooting in santa clara county and one in to the hospital this morning. the search for the government. plus tragedy on a marin county playground. this morning the part of elementary school shut down after a child was killed. and bartz tracking down on new concerns and why officials are standing by their new results. good morning. it is friday, december 20. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego.
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you know how we all know brian hackney is here? crumbs everywhere. paper balls flying through the air. >> you have to juggle many different things over here including your breakfast. as we have a look at san jose is mostly clear on this cloudy friday. we have mostly clear skies around patchy fog this morning also. so, we will have to be a little cautious. there is visual proof. concord 46 degrees, san francisco 51, santa rosa 50. it will be warmer today once we dispense with the fog in the clouds, but we do have some son that will pick up later in the day as high pressure built in ever so gently before another system works its way in. it will get wet and forecast eyes today will be in the 60s. will have more details first but here's gianna. taking a look at the
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roadways, we are starting to see some of the golden gate bridge and as you work across the span we are not seeing any delays, accidents or incidents. everything is clear as you head in the san francisco. that's pretty much the case for most of the bay area. here is a live look at the bay bridge. there is a fog advisory in effect. they issued it because it was affecting the west and but now we are starting to see more fog cover over traffic here. possibly some limited visibility as you work your way out of the east bay and into the city. no metering lights just yet. if you want to use mass transit, everything is on time. i'm anne makovec from the live news desk and we are keeping tabs on an early morning shooting in san jose that left a man injured. it happened on matterhorn drive. it's in northeast san jose. it is right across from summerdale elementary school.
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the shooting happened around 2:45. he was shot at least once and taken to the hospital with life- threatening injuries. at this point police have not identified any suspects nor said anything about the motive or the circumstances surrounding the shooting. we will stay on top of it. jackie ward live in san jose. a woman who was hoping to become the next city councilmember here had to put her campaign on hold after confessing and hitting a pedestrian. jenny higgins bradanini is known for being the cofounder of the woman's march in the bay area. earlier this week on monday just before noon she hit and killed a pedestrian in los gatos. the victim is 66-year-old tim starkey. he was working as a handyman. he was working at the home of martha dominick. here just arrived at his truck that was parked on the street.
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bradanini is one of three candidates running for the vacancy in district 10. in a statement released by her campaign she said she is, quote, heartbroken and deeply saddened by this tragic death and is taking time to recover from this accident and grieve the loss of life. the victim's family told kpix 5, quote, his smile and humor was his favorite tools he brought every job. was so popular he had assignments lined up for months out and was looking forward to spending christmas with his family. police say they are continuing to investigate what happened. bradanini was not arrested. this morning investigators are looking into a deadly playground accident at a school in san rafael. two details are being released about yesterday's accident at marked a school, and the minister states that members witnessed the accident and did their best to provide medical
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care. the young boy was rushed to the hospital but did not survive. >> itself for the parents and everyone involved. and first responders. >> market is a private school that has students from kindergarten through eighth grade. classes are scheduled for today and counselors will be on hand. a section of the campus will be closed off during the investigation. this morning san jose police are investigating another accident involving a vehicle and pedestrian. it happened since:00 last night near ray street and park avenue. no word yet on the condition of the person to which you. new this morning a san francisco commission publicly admonished an alameda county judge for misconduct involving women in two separate cases. judge -- he was also admonished for using crude and inappropriate language in 2016
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when telling a female court administration or -- administrator about misconduct by a judges before. admonishment is a legal term for a court morning and this is the third time jacobson has phase i.'s term expires in january, 2021. looking live to capitol hill, the house of representatives had voted to advance president trump's revised trade agreement with canada and mexico that the legislation passed with an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote yesterday. the president campaigned on renegotiating the 1994 nafta agreement back in 2016. the deal for the most part keeps nafta intact but addresses digital trade while giving some assistance to the dairy market and the auto industry. the bill now moves to the senate were a vote is expected early next year. pg&e customers are being put on notice this morning. the ceo got grilled on capitol hill and predicted the emergency blackout that affected millions of customers to continue for the next five years. one senator was not impressed.
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>> one would expect to see such living conditions in developing countries but not in some of our most populated and prosperous places. here in united states. certainly not in a state with some of the highest electricity prices in the nation. >> you can also expect higher bills in the new year. yesterday state regulators approved the utility request for more revenue from ratepayers. the consumer will see fewer increases after the bankruptcy then they would have on prebankruptcy plans. but some of the upgrades of the system and other things for the benefit of the customers and they will have to help contribute to that. >> consumers will bear some of the cost of infrastructure upgrades planned before the bankruptcy filing. to new this morning alarming results from the evasion crackdown. nearly half of the citations
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are going to african-american writers. that is according to data revealed by transit activists and his government request for information found our officials handed out 12,207 citations from july 2018 to june 30 of this year. 46% of the citations were given to black people. officials maintain that the prospects is fair and no one is targeted race on their appearance. a big facebook data leak could be to blame percent increase calls. they found an unsecured database on the dark wood containing the names, user ids, and known diverse -- >> it's a tough one because it's been so integrated into our daily lives. it's hard to step away from it but at the same time you have to think about the bigger picture of what that means.
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>> be wary of any text messages or phone calls from unknown numbers, facebook had this to say saying, quote, we are looking into the issue but believe this is likely information obtained before changes were made the past two years to better protect people's information. facebook started restricting access to phone numbers last year. this morning there is another attempt to crackdown on robocalls. diane king hall has that story and more in port. >> reporter: the stocks close higher yesterday. the dow rallied 137 points, the nasdaq rose 59 and the s&p 500 gained 14. the senate passed the bill cracking down on robocalls. it requires phone companies to offer free call blocking apps and verify the number calling you is real. it also sensing enforcement tools against rebel callers and is one of several measures taken to protect american from m calls. their heads to president trump
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for signature. if you're hitting the road for the holidays, aaa says gas pumps -- gas prices will fall landing at a national average between two dollars and 40 to $2.45 a gallon. motors west are poised to benefit most. gas prices in the rockies could drop about a quarter. diane, we hear you have information on the perfect contest for those who have mastered the art of the jim selfie? >> do you even lift,?, bro? gym rats in the new year for 50 bucks each, you can get a chance at the cash and put your best photo on instagram or twitter. you have to hashtag it with this, and contestants will follow them. the contexts kicks off --
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5:40. reportedly is making a big push to target more online customers. they are revamping some of the restaurants by adding walk-up windows and drive-through lanes. the concept is called to pull lane and the restaurants will feature full views of the kitchen to show how the food is may. time check, 5:40. >> next on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, he's eight years old and he makes more money than all of us.
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coming up the list that this entrepreneur is topping this morning. and some impressive weather on the way for the bay area. by saturday night, sunday morning it looks like we will be hit good. will have the details just ahead. we are getting first reports of that new issue it's dinnertime in america, and the breadwinner arrives home from a long day at work. now the family can sit down at the table, where everyone knows to be mindful of their manners. dinnertime has changed. our quality hasn't. reynolds wrap: foil made in the usa since 1947.
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and avalon this morning. boeing is launching the spacecraft and it went a bit awry. this thing reached the wrong orbit and it may not make it to the international space station as planned. lifted all at 3:36 from cape canaveral in florida. again hitting a snafu. at this point mission control is considering its options and were expecting to learn more on their plan. and what will happen with this thing in the wrong orbit coming up and the next half hour. this morning star wars fans had some opinions after yesterday's premier of "the rise of skywalker". the film has been getting some mixed reviews in the press and many people say the star wars series has been slowly getting worse with each movie. still some diehard fans say the
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force is strong. >> it was a fun movie to watch. and my story. closure. >> we both love star wars. the new trilogy has been so disappointing. >> as time goes on people ever got what star wars is about and it's like having a good time. transported yourself to a land far, far away. >> disney is expecting weekend sales to reach about $160 million. it sounds like a lot but it is $60 million less than the last jedi opening two years ago. the playset by fisher-price is stirring up debate on mine this morning. is called the snack for two. the toymakers website says it is for preschoolers eight three and up but the 15 piece set includes fake marble plates, i would ask in the cutting work, real fabric napkins, and fake snacks. many people are calling the toy set too snooty for kids but some think it's pretty cute.
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>> some christmas cheer and the central valley. a six-year-old decided to start a small candy cane business with his family and use the proceeds to buy a bicycle for students at an elementary school in modesto. he is homeschooled and doesn't know any students at the campus he just wanted to do something nice. >> it's because i like to ride my bike so i think every kitchen have a bike. >> the school chose the lucky students based on character, academic improvement and attendance. this next story you might want to make you quit your job and put your kids to work. >> forbes an ounce the highest earning youtuber of the year is eight years old. >> so dirty. it looks good now. >> that is him.
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ryan started on boxing toys on camera when he was three years old and nowadays he has expanded content with experiments and educational topics and he has gained nearly 23 million subscribers on his ryan's world channel. according to variety his production company employs 28 people and as for how much he makes, $26 million. i'm trying to keep my kids off social media but this guy is making a business out of her. >> he is the one buying the christmas presents this year. >> we are in the completely wrong career track. >> too late now. >> impressive. >> they do a lot of fun educational stuff. and watch it. i have a 5-year-old who loves it. so, you know,. >> it's foggy if you're hitting the bay bridge this morning. the metering lights have been flipped on. we are starting to see a
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backup. look at this live shot. the fog is blanketing over the toll plaza. limited visibility across the span. they have issued a fog advisory. be careful as you work your way through their this morning. all approaches not seeing a lot of brake lights this morning. things doing ok on the east shore freeway and 580. on 580 we have reports of a crash as you work great eastbound. it does not look like it's blocking any lanes. westbound is the commute direction to the maze our west 580. that will take you 60 minutes this morning. -- 16 minutes this morning. northbound is clear as well. easy right across the san mateo bridge. i just checked the drive times to foster city and both directions are clear.
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north 101 out of southbay all the way to sfo will take you 40 minutes. pretty like conditions there. no delays right now through antioch and 80, the east shore freeway, if you are headed to the maze from hercules. the slowest part is 37 minutes on 205 on westbound 580 as you travel through the altamonte has. traffic is sluggish and dipping down to 13 miles around mountain house. so, dealing with a lot of fog on the bay bridge. >> carmona, i've never heard of carmona. it was on your map. >> near tracy. >> just south of tracy. 7:21 is when the sun comes up and sunset is at 4:53. we can actually see the sunset tonight because we have fog right now. this is a beautiful shop by
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concord is 47 degrees. -- the central bear much of the bay area will get that late saturday night and early sunday morning. it moves so quickly so by sunday afternoon we will go to scattered showers. it turns to snow in the mountains. they already have winter weather advisories posted for sunday. as we look way ahead next week, upper level will set itself up
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off the central coast and will be on again off again showers next week. so, today will be partly cloudy and warmer. rain moves in saturday night and sunday morning and then next week it is unsettled and wet from time to time. the 49ers taking on the ramp to 5:15. mostly cloudy and a chance of a few showers. today looks good. partly sunny skies and temperatures warm all the way to 64 in san jose. over in the east bay numbers in the low 60s with dense fog but we will deal with that and it will be partly cloudy. upper 50s today in the north bay and in ukiah it will rain on saturday night and 58 degrees tonight. extended forecast does not look bad. today is dry but saturday night opened the door to a somewhat wet week ahead.
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covered california can help you find a health plan that fits your needs and budget. because we believe you shouldn't have to choose between the life you've built and the care you need. good morning. if you are headed out the door and plan on taking the bay bridge we are dealing with hot this morning. chp has issued a fog advisory.
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were starting to see traffic stacked up. your approach to the bay bridge doing ok off the east shore freeway. if you want to skip the roadways altogether and use mass transit everything is on time. two brooklyn women who started a doll company are sharing their latest creation with us this morning hoping it will empower young men. they tell us world girls dolls are a dream come true. it's a dream that began after flipping through fashion magazines and after graduating from college in 2011 they knew it was time to put the dream in motion. ironically it was one of the coworkers who pointed them in the right direction. >> each doll comes with one of five traits, the warrior, healer, explorer, scholar and we created traits so girls could identify more with the doll that is passionate and rather than how the doll
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physically looks. >> with the help of a 90,000 line of credit and a $100,000 money of their own world dolls was born. >> is 5:56. b.a.r.t. says one group of riders is getting busted for violations at a higher rate than others. will take a closer look at the data. a woman who was running for a seat on the city council in san jose suddenly puts her campaign on hold for a fatal reason. ♪
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a lot's changed since you were here. it's called the internet. i'm gonna hit start now, ok?
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. now&:00 and streaming on cbsn bay area, breaking news in santa clara county where a man was found shot outside of the
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home earlier this morning. will have the latest from police on the search for the government. a community is morning after a tragic accident. what administrators are saying about the death of a young student on the playground. climate change is a crisis and you are seeing it here in california with the fires. >> climate change takes center stage at the democratic presidential contenders square off. we will have highlights from the california debates as the candidates go on the attack. good morning. it is friday, december 20. i'm michelle griego. >> and i'm kenny choi. 6:00 right now. let's get a check of the forecast with brian hackney. two days in a row, you must love this wake-up call. >> i woke up without the alarm this morning. but i don't think i will make a regular thing of it. but the sunrise was a lovely thing. we have fog moving in and look at that shop. isn't that something? here is how it looks from a slightly


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