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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, end of an era. buster posey is expected to say good-bye to baseball. we are live with the big announcement just hours away. comedian dave chappel has been in hot water for weeks. he is set to be in the bay amid controversy. where he is performing, next. she was someone who was tough and it showed. >> an alameda county supervisor hit and killed by a car. this morning, her trail blazing legacy. attacked in her tahoe kitchen. how this bay area woman survived being malled by a
bear. good morning. it is thursday november 4. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino. we will start with a live look outside, waking up to some showers but the bay area is already bracing for sunshine today. >> let's go to miss sunshine herself. >> oh love you, thank you. good morning, we are looking at brighter weather. it's nice to have that rain overnight and earlier this morning. you see things wrapping up on high def doppler, the cold front fizzling out across the rest of our region. you can see wet weather for parts of the diablo range and santa cruz mountains, a few showers down 101 over morgan hill. as we go through today, we are looking at clearing at sunshine this afternoon, highs in mid to upper 60s. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. we have wet roadways even though the rain has stopped for many and the bay bridge is
really backed up. >> it's 6:00, just lock clock work. metering lights are on. it's a tough right into san francisco. there is a trouble spot near treasure island and also west bound 80 is starting to load up. we've got an accident blocking lanes near cutting. 19 minutes highway 4 to the maze. we have reports of delays in south bay. more on that, coming up. taking a live look at oracle park where it is the end of an era. san francisco giants catcher buster posey is reportedly retiring. >> according to the athletic, he is expected to make the big announcement today. joycelyn moran is live from oracle park with reaction from all of his loving fans. >> reporter: that's right. i know we can all use a buster hug now. it's a sad morning here in the bay but buster posey has given us so many amazing memories. look at one of the most recent,
his home run against dodgers in game one of the national league division series last month. for many he is one of the greatest catchers of his generation. buster sat out the 2020 season for family reasons as he and his wife adopted newborn twins. he came back this last season and was an absolute key part to the 107 win 2021 season. fans loved him on the field and also off the field. he and his family dedicated a lot of time to pediatric cancer. he is coming off of one of his best seasons in his career and though fans may not be ready to see him leave, they're grateful. >> thank you so much. you have made me as a giants fan so happy over the years and just being able to hold on even though we had really tough times. best of luck to you and thank you for all you have done for us. >> reporter: what a way to end
his career after this 2021 season, a historic one for the giants. >> i know some people are still hoping that maybe it's not true. >> yeah. >> might not be true until we fully hear it from him. thank you. looking live to chase center where tonight comedian dave chappel will be at the chase center for documentary screening amid controversy following a joke the comedian made about the transgender community. >> justin andrews is live in the newsroom. tonight is sold out. >> reporter: but the backlash has been building for weeks. once people began to speak out about the net flix stand up special a lot started to unfold. >> trans lives matters. >> reporter: workers walked off the job saying he's gone too far. he is known for direct
commentary and sharp edge humor but they demanded the documentary pulled and wanted better support. net flix is keeping it on the streaming service and it is not sitting well with lgbtq organizations. some are saying it is simply comedy and entertainment. he addressed the backlash unapologetically but said he would be willing to meet with people. chappel will be giving live performances along with special guests. i am sure a lot of people are waiting to see what happens there. >> we'll see too if that meeting will happen that he talked about. thank you so much. tributes pouring in for a bay area leader whose life was cut short in the county she served. alameda's beloved district 3 supervisor was fatally hit by a car while walking her dog yesterday. a memorial has been set up to
honor her. people stopped to pay their respects throughout the night. khan's career in public service spanned 30 years starting with her election as alameda supervisor in 1994. she eventually became first asian american majority leader in california state assembly before returning as supervisor in 2010. >> she wasn't someone to be lightly pushed over or pushed around. she was someone who was tough and it showed. >> this is a true hero and dedicated public servant serving all of us. >> chan is survived by two children and two grandchildren. alameda police say a driver involved in the crash is cooperating with the investigation. i am anne makovec at the live news desk taking a live look at the white house because we got a big announcement on vaccine requirements, this for businesses with 100 or more workers. white house announcing they're going to need to have workers vaccinated by january 4 or the workers would need to face
weekly testing. these are the same rules we see in effect for healthcare workers and federal contractors. legal questions about this, the white house saying this is not a mandate since companies do have the testing masking option. progress for moderna in the bid for approval for the vaccine for kids, the company reporting it is 80% effective in kids age 6 to 11 after just the first dose. phase two trials are underway. no time line for potential approval. back to you. >> thanks. today hearings are slated to begin to discuss status of the seismic metro fit of san francisco's sinking millennium tower. progress updates and reports from the department of building inspection are on the table for today. it comes days after limited work on a fix for the sinking tower restarted but structural engineers worry that the project could run into trouble when new equipment is connected
to the billing's weak foundation. experts hope those foundation issues will be discussed at today's hearings. we have been digging into the problems at the millennium tower for months. you can see all our original reporting on kpix.com. students at san jose state university are speaking out about housing insecurity on campus. the student homeless alliance will be holding a news conference today. they have been in discussions with the university about five demands over the past month. alliance says they have hindered students from getting emergency housing while not supporting the voice of the students. it comes after san jose state started offering 12 beds for students struggling to find or pay for housing this semester. the students get dining passes and can stay up to four weeks, sometimes longer. at lines is looking for a one year extension of the program. 6:08. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> now that kids are getting vaccinated, will they have to
start showing proof? what public health officials are just telling us. i am so incredibly lucky to be alive. i mean, no question. >> in our next half hour, how this bay area woman survived a bear attack in her own tahoe area kitchen. i am tracking high def doppler, just a few spotty isolated lingering showers this morning. a live look with our sales force tower camera as we look east across the bay. we will catch some sunshine for the afternoon. we are dealing with slick roads and
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looking live at san francisco now that children ages 5 to 11 are eligible for covid shots, soon they'll have to show proof of vaccination before entering public spaces like restaurants, gyms, large events like the adults do. in contra costa, mount diablo is holding a town hall meeting to answer questions parents may have about the vaccine for kids 5 to 11. for everything you need to know about getting your child vaccinated including where to sign up, head to kpix.com and click the banner at the top of the home page. looking live toward marin where today the county department of public works is warning the public about possible seasonal tide related flooding. it says flooding may happen along shoreline areas and low lying roads. on that note at 6:13, let's get a check of weather and also
traffic. i don't know about you but i got rained on. >> yeah, windshield wipers were going. we had that cold front push through and it brought rain overnight and still tracking spotty light showers on high def doppler this morning. if you are getting ready for school or getting the kids ready, about to head to work, you might want to give extra time for the commute because we have those slick roadways. high def doppler, you can see the light spotty showers for parts of our area. really, santa cruz mountains as well as diablo range, east bay, south bay, let's give a closer look at the south bay down 101 through morgan hill and san martin. you can see the wet start to our day. looking north, you see the camera shaking a bit. it's a breezy start. we have 10-mile per hour winds in concord as we start our day and temperatures are in the upper 50s to low to mid 60s at
this hour. we will dry things out. it will be a quick moving weather system. this afternoon we will catch sunshine and clearing, all of us in the 60s later today. mid 60s around the bay, upper 60s inland this afternoon. timing it out hour by hour, here is 9:00 a.m. you see the action to our east. we are looking at the clouds for our morning but watch as we head through the afternoon. stopping for the lunchtime hour, north bay already catching clearing. through the rest of the afternoon, all of us are seeing that sunshine later on today. daytime highs, low 60s along the coast, 62 pacifica, peninsula, san mateo is 66. south bay, upper 60s, close to 70 santa clara as well as for san jose and morgan hill. inland east bay 68 concord, pleasant hill. around the bay from 65 in san
francisco, 63 daly city, 68 alameda and san leandro, and daytime highs in the mid 60s for the north bay, 66 for napa and 64 for ukiah. weather models are indicating a change. there is a chance to see showers on saturday, better chance will be the north bay and for the coast. let's show you our seven-day forecast, san francisco, oakland, san jose, drying out today, tomorrow and again the chance to see showers san francisco and oakland, not so much for san jose though, dry sunday and then wet weather returns next week. inland east bay, north bay, coast, dry for the rest of today and tomorrow with a better chance of seeing wet weather, north bay and coast saturday. it is looking great sunday and then looking at rain chances picking up again on monday next week. sunrise is 7:38, sun set at 6:07. this weekend daylight saving time ends and we gain that extra hour of sleep.
let's check with gianna. you are looking tracking a crash on 80. you've got that ride heading towards the bay bridge, west bound 80 with the trouble spot making it extra busy for east bay commuters. travel times are hefty once you get to the bay bridge, maze, into the city, about 20 minutes. it is just bumper to bumper traffic, a lot of people making that ride into the city. off the east shore freeway west bound, that's where we have an accident in the clearing stages getting everything out of the lanes there. it is still backed up in that area. we have this other trouble spot across the lower deck of the bay bridge, that's in the clearing stages. west bound it is busy into san francisco and brake lights off of west bound 80 into richmond, san pablo avenue is a good alternate, 280, if you want to avoid some of the brake lights. 22 minutes west bound 80
highway 4 to the maze and then all the brake lights at the bay bridge. it is about an hour now to go west bound. it is busy out of antioch towards the east shore freeway and you see a lot of red on our drive as you head to the livermore valley. mary mentioned we are seeing rain, wet weather in and around the weather. the drive out of san martin into morgan hill is extra busy. we are seeing brake lights down to about gilroy. if you are headed through north bay, there is a road closure on highway 12 east bound from mission boulevard to middle ren con road. stick with alternates. i know it is tough if you are taking highway 12 because that gets pretty busy for the morning commute. >> thank you so much. one more live look outside from our mark hopkins camera. it is 6:18. we'll be right back with more kpix5 news.
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welcome back. 6:22. let's get you rolling on those freeways, might be tough towards the bay bridge. we are looking at a 20 minute travel time from the maze into san francisco. you've got brake lights across upper deck of the bay bridge. a crash along west bound 80 out of richmond. that's making it extra busy for the ride across east shore freeway. we are tracking brake lights out of south bay north bound 101 out of san jose. backlog of ships still off the california coast, lawmakers are trying to figure out how to
ease the bottleneck. growers are unable to ship pistachios, wall nuts, almonds, even cotton overseas. >> one of our members lost over $7.5 million in one month of sales because of inability to fulfill timely commitments. >> supply chain shortages and transportation disruptions aren't going away soon. this means the holidays might look different this year. small businesses have spent months crafting a strategy to ensure they have plenty stock on hand from treats to toys. >> many distributors are sending us letters that they are no longer taking orders until january. >> supply chain crisis tonight at 7:00 on kpix5. it's a good time to look for a job. d carpto attract nelling out talent as more people leave the workforce. with holidays approaching companies are scrambling in a war for workers. some are handing out higher
wages and sign up bonuses to attract new hires. amazon is offering up to a $3,000 sign on bonus and average starting wage of $18 an hour. there is tuition assistance, student loan repayment, paid time off for volunteering, ivf, and even pet insurance. bob powers is continuing his listening tour to find out what is and isn't working for riders. >> today the focus is on younger riders. he is set to meet with students at sf state and then he will stop at the bart station to chat with students on their way home from school. 6:24. in our next half hour. >> repairs to millennium tower have been started but is progress being made?
what we are expected to learn. >> reporter: giants fans are not ready to see their favorite catcher reportedly announce his retirement. here is a live look outside. you are looking at the bay hi susan! honey? yeah? i respect that. but that cough looks pretty bad... try this robitussin honey. the real honey you love... plus the powerful cough relief you need.
if you are just waking up with us, here are your morning headlines. san francisco giants catcher buster posey reportedly retiring. he is expected to make the announcement today. hearings are set to begin today to discuss status of the seismic retrofit of san francisco's sinking millennium tower. progress updates and reports from the department of building inspection are on the table for discussion. >> dave chappel screening his documentary called untitled. it depicts how he navigate life during the shut down. this is weeks after the closer in which he made controversial remarks about day and transgender people. good morning. it is thursday november 4. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am len kiese. good morning. glad to have you with us. the roads might be slick for your commute this morning. bay bridge is already a mess. >> it is a messy one.
>> add rain to that and it is not pretty. what will we see for the rest of the day? some sunshine? >> yes, brighter weather ahead. if you are getting ready for school, getting the kids ready, about to head out for work, you might want to give yourself extra time for the commute with the slippery roadways. we did have rain overnight for all of us. you see things wrapping up on high def doppler. i want to zoom in for the south bay down 101 and you see morgan hill through gilroy with that wet start. through the afternoon we will catch that sunshine, a drier day ahead, mid 60s around the bay, upper 60s inland. through the day, sunshine. let's check with gianna. i know you are tracking a crash at fremont. >> 880 got read busy in the last few minutes. if you are heading south bound, we have first reports of a crash. give yourself extra time for
that ride. you can see the red on our censors. two lanes are blocked, a roll over crash. this is as you approach 84, thornton avenue exit. the rest of the way along 880, pockets of slowing through oakland and south of there mary mentioning all the rain through the south bay out of san martin, morgan hill, extra slow. there are slick surfaces. about an hour for the ride into the altamont pass. 6:31. today a fix for the city's sinking tower is up for discussion. >> a hearing is scheduled to talk status and safety at millennium tower's seismic retrofit. this is a story we have been following for months now. justin andrews is live with the latest. >> reporter: updates and reports from the department of building inspection are on the table today. recently limited work restarted on the sinking tower but a structural engineer consultant believes it is time to put the
brakes on the project. the engineer says the construction methods were making the problem worse. he predicts workers may run into serious problems when new piles anchored to the bed rock are connected to the weakened foundation. concerned high rise owners hired him when they found out it was sinking more a foot and it is barely seven years old and it is also leaning northwest. the consultant noticed extensive water damage in the garage. the supervisor called for today's hearings. >> the building today is not in any imminent threat of structural failure. the question that has not been satisfactorily answered as far as i am concerned is at what point is the point of no return? >> the hearings get underway later this morning where we should learn more about what the plan is going forward. experts are hoping the
foundation issues will be in i amne mako the live news desk a live look at the white house where they released their plan for vaccine requirements for big businesses. this is going to encompass millions of people around the country. basically any business that has 100 or more employees must have their employees vaccinated by january 4 or those employees must face weekly testing. these are the same rules we see in effect for healthcare workers and government contractors. but despite the legal questions, white house saying this is not a mandate since the businesses do still have that option for testing and masking. in the meantime, moderna is making a big announcement in the bid for approval for its vaccine for kids. the company reported it is 80% effective in kids ages 6 to 11 after just the first dose.
phase two trials are now underway but no time line on when moderna vaccine could be approved for kids. we'll keep an eye on it. >> thanks. flu season is here but the vaccine to protect you against the virus may not be. >> health experts are warning this may be severe and the pandemic may be to blame. supply issues with flu vaccine is forcing pharmacies to turn families away even those with appointments. some are having to wait weeks to book a time slot. experts say that the flu season may be severe since last year's pandemic precautions made flu season nearly nonexistent. >> levels of antibodies in the population have gotten lower than usual so that means that we have less immunity going around. if the virus circulated again, more people could get sicker. >> last month, cdc warned about
flu shot shortages between shipments of supplies like syringes and needles as demand goes up. in l.a. strict new rules are in effect. starting today going to indoor bars, wineries, concert venues, sports arenas, you must show proof you are fully vaccinated. proof of vaccination will be required in indoor restaurants coffee shops gyms movie theaters spas and salons. it's the end of an era. san francisco giants catcher buster posey is expected to announce his retirement today. it was first reported by the athletic. >> joycelyn moran is live from oracle park with reaction. what are the fans saying this morning? >> reporter: if you go on twitter or social media, you will see a lot of sad faces. fans are not ready to see their favorite catcher buster posey leave the game but really what a career he's had, a three time
world series champion, seven time all star, he's given fans so many amazing memories to remember as he caught cane's perfect game, no hitter and of course caught for madison bumgarner. he sat out 2020 for family reasons as he and his wife adopted newborn twins. he came back and was a key part to the 2021 season. it hasn't been just about what he's done on the field. fans love and appreciate him off the field as well. he and family have dedicated much time to paid at recognize cancer. rings make buster the best catcher in giants franchise history. >> his resiliency and just seeing him behind the plate and seeing his whole career, that's to me what i will always remember about him. >> reporter: he is a player who
never really sought spotlight and will be retiring without a farewell season. many fans are sad but as they say, he is a forever giant. >> future hall of famer for sure. 6:37. if you watch the drew barrymore show then you know all about drew's news. today drew is on the news and she's joining us live right here. good morning. thanks for being here. >> hi. thank you. even just hearing you say drew's news. >> all we need is ross to hang out with us and it is complete. >> he is on his way in. ross is a miracle that happened in my life. i was a girl alone in a box by myself with our amazing crew in a pandemic and my partner was like you know, ross is in town. i was like would he ever? the rest is a little bit of history.
i feel so lucky to have found him in this endeavor. he is the best copilot. >> you guys have a lot of fun on the show. i am a huge fan, super fan. my mom and i watch every day. i love the fact that for season 2 you have a live audience. members of the audience are winning tons of money for pop quiz week. that's been fun. >> it's true. we do love playing games and neil patrick harris is taking everybody through pop quiz and it is so much fun because he is such a gentleman and a gamer. we always sort of had the goal of providing money to people, charities, up starts, and things that they're doing in a meaningful way. this is the fun lighter side of that. i have been watching game shows my whole life. i think we want to do the deep and the fun and just show a lot of the mood board of life on
the show. i never wanted this show to be one thing because we are not one thing as individuals. >> no. and it's got so much variety. for anyone who hasn't seen this, you have to watch because it puts a smile on your face. i have to talk about the cookbook. i have my copy. i got it yesterday. there is a whole section on thanksgiving which i cannot wait to dive into. chef karla hall will be on the show talking about thanksgiving tips. we need those for sure. >> yeah. one of the things that i tried to build for the initial show was a kitchen that could be a place for these rock star chefs, the people who have come on the show. they're my universe chefs. they are my rock stars. we are always having incredible chefs and i can't believe they'll come and play. i love food so much, it is a privilege. san francisco is such a
culinary town. the approach to food, taste of nature showed it, getting in cost and heritage, we love exploring the world through food, one of the aspects that i am very passionate about on the show. >> i love it. you are our rock star. thanks for hanging out with us. watch drew weekdays at 2:00 on kpix5. come visit soon. >> i hope to be in san francisco. please give my love to your mom and thank you so, so much for having me on today. >> absolutely. >> love seeing you chat with your bff. >> so cute. a bay area woman attacked by a man in her tahoe kitchen. what she told kpix5 as she makes her recovery. the report is out, how many people filed for unemployment and what it means for our economy.
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6:43, time for money watch and a look at the latest jobless claims report. diane king hall is joining us live from the new york stock exchange. good morning, diane. good morning. let me give a check on trading action. trading has been underway for a little more than ten minutes, a mixed market after another round of records yesterday, investors taking chips off the table with regard to blue chips, dow down about 25 points. in the tech sector you are seeing gains, nasdaq better by more than 30 to 40 points. fewer americans signed up for unemployment benefits. according to the labor department 269,000 filed for weekly jobless claims. yesterday adp said more than
half a million were in the private sector in october. >> that is good to hear. thanks so much. see you tomorrow. cancer says she's grateful to be alive after facing a new fight. >> during a trip to tahoe she was attacked by a bear in her own cabin. she's battling stage 4 cancer and often goes to her family's cabin. she's seen bears around but never imagined one would get inside. it happened early saturday when she heard banging in the kitchen and went to investigate. >> i could see the freezer door happen open and food flying. it was like in an instant oh gosh, this is a bear. the next thing that happened is i am being torn apart.
i am so incredibly lucky to be alive. i mean, no question. >> you can see the scratches and injuries there. laura rose was badly hurt in the attack but fortunately despite all you see, she's doing okay. >> can you imagine? >> no! >> what a miracle. she's a survivor for sure. >> a strong woman there. let's talk about our weather because we did have that rain overnight. still tracking spotty lingering showers but this cold front is really falling apart as it moves across the bay area. high def doppler, not a lot going on with just a few showers. let's zoom in and show you the south bay. i was watching that rain from morgan hill. you see the showers down 101 near gilroy at this hour. here is a live look with sales force tower camera of the fog rolling in. it is a breezy start with sfo, 12-mile per hour winds, 10
concord. that's sales force tower camera looking north and sales force tower camera looking east at the bay bridge. spotty morning showers out there but we are looking at wet roads across the bay area with that rain that pushed in overnight for all of us. watch out on the roadways. gianna will have the latest coming up. through our day, a drier day ahead with sunshine for the afternoon with highs in mid to upper 60s later on today. here we are at 9:00. you can see activity to our east. clouds but we are dry. the lunchtime hour, for the north bay, you will see sunshine and clearing first. through the afternoon, all of us are seeing that sunshine later on today. daytime highs along the coast, low 60s, 62 in pacifica, 66 san mateo. south bay, 69 santa clara, san
jose, morgan hill. inland east bay, 68 concord as well as for pleasant hill and upper 60s for the tri valley. around the bay 65 in san francisco, 63 daly city. alameda, san leandro 68. 66 napa and 64 for ukiah. something new that just popped up on weather models, chance to see a few showers saturday. the better chance will be the north bay and the coast saturday. here is the seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, drier for today. we are looking at dry weather for your friday and again the chance to see showers possible for saturday in san francisco and oakland, dry saturday for san jose, dry for all of us sunday and then we are looking at wet weather returning. inland east bay, north bay, coast, we are looking at drier conditions today and sunshine, dry friday, a better chance to see wet weather for the north
bay and the coast saturday. we are looking at temperatures in the 50s and 60s sunday and wet radar returning for us for early next week. let's check with gianna. i know you are tracking a lot with the crash in fremont. >> it is slow and go, that ride along 8830 south near thornton. we have a crash involving four to five vehicles and one rolled over. blocking lanes and causing a lot of brake lights. they're trying to get everything to the shoulder but in the meantime the three left lanes are down for the count with the back up union city into the fremont area near thornton where the trouble spot is. it might affect the drive through the dumbarton bridge. 84 or 92 might be a little slow. you might want to stick with an alternate. 238 might be your best bet to avoid the brake lights. if you are connecting on 237
through milpitas, things look good there. not the case at the bay bridge. it is busy with business as usual. you've got delays out of the maze heading into san francisco, 35 minutes off the east shore freeway from highway 4 to the maze and another 20 minutes to get into the city. highway 4 is busy with no crashes but all the brake lights pittsburg to bay point and altamont pass commute, a busy one. we have slick surfaces this morning making it slower than usual, one hour for your travel time 205 towards 680. south 680 at may street, that ride into walnut creek is busy along 680, 242, off highway 4 and also seeing brake lights there as well. new video, a stunning sight in the skies, take a look at this time lapse video caught of the aurora borialis lighting up the starry skies over alaska. some say watching the northeastern lights dance is
like the holy grail of sky watching. it is mesmerizing watching the video. i got distracted while reading. >> beautiful. next, buster posey expect to say good-bye to baseball. we are live with the big announcement hours away. >> in hot water for weeks tonight he is set to be in the bay amid controversy. where he is performing after the break. today gianna franco sits with two stars of the star trek prodigy ahead of a new episode on paramount plus. watch at kpix.com or the kpix app. we are on the cbs
documentary screening and live performance, backlash began building after a joke he made about transgender and gay community in the latest net flix special stand up. net flix workers walked off the job and demanded the documentary be pulled. net flix is keeping the documentary. some say the jokes were simply entertainment. a live look at the chase center, it's foggy but tonight's screening will be right here. it is untitled and it gets underway at 7:00. it is sold out. no cell phones, smart watches or devices will be allowed. i am anne makovec at the live news desk taking a live look at san francisco where there is a hearing on the troubles at the leaning millennium tower after a structural engineer cast doubt on a project going on there whether or not that could even make things worse. in 2017 we learned that the
building had sunk more than a foot and was leaning to the northwest and a structural engineer hired by tenants says the floor of the basement was a bit of a problem dipping in the middle. he referred to that as something called dishing. he says current perimeter pile upgrade may run into trouble. that is one of several points that will be discussed during the hearing today in san francisco. we'll keep an eye on it. back to you. i am joycelyn moran live at oracle park in san francisco. buster posey is expected to announce his retirement today. fans have been walking through the gates behind me so see their favorite catcher, three time world series champion, seven time all star, has given fans memories to year for years
and years to come. so many special moments in this last 2021 season, he is coming off one of his best seasons. fans may not be ready to see him leave but we have heard from many fans who are grateful. whether a gait will be named after him or whether he will have a statue outside of oracle park, that's something we'll have to wait and see. >> he would deserve it. it is a busy morning, dealing with slick surfaces. it's causing brake lights and delays. headed across san mateo bridge, there is a broken down vehicle. 680 south near main street, there is a crash causing delays out of pleasant hill and walnut creek and clearing an accident south 880 near thornton to the right shoulder but involving an over turned vehicle. a live look at the bay bridge,
it is busy bumper to bumper traffic as you work into san francisco. we are dealing with slick surfaces. we'll see how long that will stick around. give yourself extra time if you are ready to hit the roads, about to take the kids to school, about to head into work. we are looking at slippery slick surfaces with that rain that pushed in overnight for all of us and now just spotty light showers with maybe a little bit drizzle this morning. through our afternoon we will catch sunshine. drier weather, highs in mid to upper 60s this afternoon. you see a futurecast we will catch that sunshine. it should be a pretty day though cooler compared to yesterday. >> looking forward to that sunshine. new york city marathon is on sunday marking the race's 50th year. >> among the 33,000 runners will be a pair of friends with an uncommon bond. more than four years ago, cane was fighting for his life when doctors found cancer in his liver. when he needed a transplanted,
his friend stepped up donating 60% of her own liver to him. >> sarah kate saved my life. that's what's so great about this opportunity to run and publicize the incredible bravery and generosity and love of sarah kate and the opportunity to be a donor. >> on sunday, the pair will celebrate by running the marathon. the race will save money for american liver foundation and hope to raise awareness about organ donation as well. >> that's an incredible story. i am shocked they're even running the marathon after all that. >> that's what i was thinking. >> i can barely run a couple miles. >> true friendship. don't forget the news continues all day on cbsn bay area. >> cbs mornings is coming up next. have a great thursday.
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