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fighting for years to make the streets outside of their kids elementary school saver. >> and educator lost his life when he was hit and killed by a car. kpix 5's andria borba is live outside in that neighborhood . >> reporter: friends and family of andrew zieman are gathering here tonight to remember him . we are giving them the space they need to grieve point meanwhile, parents at sherman elementary are begging the city to do something about the speeding traffic on franklin street. at the corner of union and franklin, there is a sign that reads a driver killed her neighbor. sherman elementary school kpix.com eight andrew zieman was hit by a car and killed at the intersection wednesday . >> he was a gift and had a gift taking care of kids. he will be missed. we are devastated. >> reporter: the driver of the ing a mucacrat lled arew. e been charged with vehicular manslaughter. sherman elementary school let out today, a crossing guard was
on duty, and parents and students stopped by to pay respects. parents say they have been petitioning the city for a decade or so traffic down on franklin, feeling just this to result. >> yellow flashing lights, or anything like that point >> speed bumps anywhere else would make a lot more sense, don't you think? this is a little kids to school. >> we should have more prominent signs of the school zone. >> reporter: franklin is a major northbound one-way artery used to avoid the mess on venice. the blocks before have a steep pitch, and drivers often pick up speed. there is only one school zone sign at the beginning of the block where sherman sits. andrew was a sherman student himself, eventually becoming an afterschool educator, and then a paraeducator, focused on helping children with special needs. >> even though i didn't know him very well, i still feel bad for him. >> reporter: parents say they
hope this is finally the moment that the city of san francisco, the leaders here, step up and do something about the traffic that goes on franklin. thank you so much. >> reporter: a live look at interstate 880 in oakland. tonight, there are growing calls to make alameda counties freeways saver. the still unsolved killing of a little boy by a stray bullet last weekend one of many recent shootings along the county's busy corridors. kpix 5's da lin on one potential solution gaining traction tonight . >> reporter: the chp has had no arrests in the jasper wu killing. the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce is now offering a $10,000 reward . since jasper wu was killed on interstate 880 last saturday, oakland police have responded to multiple shootings that injured morenoce >> last night wed
shooting over rounds werefired. >> reporter: not only are they asking for community involvement, but are pleading that they need more money to hire more cops. right now, the city has 681 officers, down from a high of 830. >> we need to do a better job at preventing crime from happening, which means we need the resources to be able to do that point >> reporter: so far, oakland has reported 119 homicides. the same time last year, 97. chinatown has seen the violence firsthand. because of the short police staffing, volunteers are patrolling the business district. >> of a school isn't doing well, we give more resources and make changes. if the teachers aren't qualified enough, let's get qualified teachers. trainings. >> reporter: the chamber also wants freeway cameras in oakland. 580, 980, and a.d.d. don't have cameras that record. >> cameras on freeways, exits
to freeways that would be a welcome addition to oakland point >> i'm supportive of us having cameras in oakland in the commercial corridors. >> reporter: they are also looking for solutions to increase morale in the police department. >> we need more officers on the ground. we have dipped below a number that we should not have allowed ourselves to get below. >> reporter: councilwoman carol fyfe is not ready to support cameras are more funding for officers, saying those discussions will have to be based on data. >> i want solutions that work. i don't want emotionally based solutions that people feel will make them safe, but don't actually make them safe. >> basic common sense. basic common sense that we know how to solve problems. >> reporter: in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix 5. oakland's privacy commission would have to take on the topic of freeway cameras first. if they sign off, the city council would have the final say. the search is on in concord right now for the thief who
stole a minivan with a 4-month- old baby inside. it happened just after 10:00 last night, as the child's father ran into a wingstop restaurant to pick up an order point the baby was found safe minutes later about 1 mile away, but it happened just hours after an suv was stolen in pittsburg with a toddler in the back point tonight, we got our first look at the suspect point police say this 24-year- old approached the father, standing near his chevy tahoe, asked him for a cigarette, but then jumped in and took off. the suv and the baby were founded an apartment complex 2 hours later, just as the amber alert finally went out. we wanted to know what took so long for that alert. andrea nakano is digging for that answer. look for her report coming up at 11. a bay area cold case is heating up tonight. police just arrested four suspects for the murder of a high school football standout from redwood city. 17-year-old mohammed oxman was shot and killed outside of
central elementary school in belmont of january of 2019. investigators now say the suspects lord them there for a phony marijuana purchase, intending to rob him eric so far they have not said how or why it escalated into a shooting, or named the suspects. 13 years after the mysterious fraternity house death of the san jose state student, a new investigation has reconfirmed the cause. gregory johnson's body was found in the sigma chi basement in november of 2008. the medical examiner determined it was a suicide, but johnson's family fought back, saying he wasn't suicidal, and did not leave a note. the outcry prompted protests on campus, and in front of the fraternity house. the das office recently investigated again, and reached the same conclusion. you posted more details on the case, including a link to the full report from the medical examiner, on kpix.com. tonight, kaiser permanente
is warning patients to get your prescriptions filled now ahead of a strike next week. about 2500 pharmacist are planning to walk off the job on monday, citing unfair labor practices. several other unions are planning single day solidarity strikes next week. kaiser says it's pharmacist are among the highest paid in the nation, and is working on a contingency plan for patients as negotiations continue, adding in a statement, quote, it is disappointing that union leaders would ask nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare workers to walk away from the patient that depend upon them every day and deliberately disrupt their care. two chp officers and three bridge workers were injured in yesterday's chain reaction crash on the golden gate, and are recovering tonight. chopper 5 was overhead when it happened during a large protest against vaccine mandates. the crowd forced a lane closure, jamming traffic. that is when emerging suv collided with a street sweeper, pushing it into the barricade,
and the people staffing at. everyone who is hurt is expected to be okay. san francisco allied itself with new state guidance announcing it won't turn any adult away for a booster shot, providing it has been long enough since her last shot. returning to the white house after her own long covid quarantine, the press secretary was asked about the states rewriting of the booster shot rulebook to make them available to all. >> this is not currently the guidance that is being projected by our health and medical experts, because they are looking at an understanding the data. we would certainly continue to advise leaders across the country to abide by public health guidelines coming from the federal government. >> sonoma county also announced it is opening up booster shots to all adults. meanwhile the cdc says about a third of americans have yet to receive their first shot. still to come, another san francisco walgreens is closing, but not because of crime.
the icky infestation. jon gruden susie nfl. why the former raiders close coach is blaming the league for ruining his reputation point why some east bay water districts say it may be years before they can celebrate all the rain they have been getting lately. we're skies this evening, temperatures well above average for most of the bay area today, except concord. only 64 degrees because the fog was so stubborn. we are looking at a warm weekend forecast coming
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americans quit their jobs in september, according to the bureau of labor statistics. service industries, government, and education took the biggest hit, jobs were most work is and what person and relatively low paying. with nearly 10.5 million open positions reported the same month my it looks like workers can afford to be choosy point former raiders coach jon gruden is not walking away from his job quietly. he's assuming the nfl and commissioner roger goodell for a, quote, soviet style character assassination. he claims his private emails were leaked to destroy his career, and force his resignation. and nfl spokesperson called the allegations entirely without merit. taking a look at your top headlines this evening, top trump aid steve bannon is expected to turn himself in on monday after being indicted on two counts of contempt of congress. he has resume used to cooperate with the investigation into the january 6 capital riot. >> nobody should ever die from going to a concert. a week after the deadly crush at astroworld , attorneys
gathered in houston to announce lawsuits on behalf of more than 200 victims. nine people died, hundreds more were hurt, when the crowd got out of control during rapper travis scott performance. that includes a 9-year-old boy, who remains in a coma. for the first time in nearly 14 years tonight, britney spears has her life back. press reporters rallied outside of the l.a. courthouse where a judge freed the pop singer from a legal conservatorship that has controlled her life and money since 2008, when she suffered an apparent mental health crisis. she is now free to manage her own affairs. can't wait for this one. adele will debut new music for the first time in 6 years in a special primetime concert this weekend, right here on cbs. the 15 time grammy award winner will also sit down with oprah to talk about her new album, and the stories behind the songs. >> she said, you know, i just
want to be able to share my truth, and talk about what i've been through, and express that in the most natural way. that is exactly what happened during this interview. >> adele "one night only" airs sunday night at 8:00 right here on kpix 5 . while the recent bay area rains may be filling marin's reservoirs, water agencies in the east bay are holding off on celebrating tonight. it is because east bay mud in contra costa water largely rely on sources farther north, especially the sierra snowpack. >> we need strong storms, multiple of them, and we need them to last through the winter in order for the snowpack to retain that water and melt into our reservoirs. >> we watch primarily shasta lake, which is well below average for this time of year. it's a great start to the wet season, but will take several more storm systems to get us
back to what we would consider an average water year. for the first time in 20 months, the oakland space and science center is back open. visitors can check out the new nasa experience, featuring hands-on activities, and many space artifacts that have never been on public display before. >> we want to inspire the next generation of explorers, the kids, especially as they get to middle school and high school levels, where they decide what they want to study in the future. >> it may be something to check out with the kids this weekend. there won't be much in the way to block out the sky. overnight, we will still be dealing with fog, especially spilling in from the central valley and through the delta. eastern contra costa county will be foggy. high pressure is in control of the weather, which means, whether. it also means warm weather. once the fog dissipates, temperatures will be about 5 to 8 degrees above average tomorrow and sunday. is the high pressure slides off to the southeast, the storm track stays to the north.
we will get a stronger onshore wind pushing us down to normal temperatures next week. no fog yet. temperatures are cooling off a bit my 56 degrees in concord right now. other temperatures are in the low 60s. exactly 60 in oakland and livermore. the fog will spread out and reduce visibility's for vacaville, fairfield, and concord. the central valley fog will be fixed tomorrow morning. there will be fog around the bay and spilling into the valleys as we go into the early hours saturday. very similar the past several mornings. it will dissipate. it will take a bit longer to burn off to the east, but the fog around the bay area should be gone by noon, with a few high passing clouds for the rest of the day. plenty of sunshine to warm temperatures up. upper 40s and low 50s, low 50s around the bay and coast. highs tomorrow, 5 to 8 degrees above normal, but even being
that far above normal does not mean it will be hot outside. temperatures will be in the low to mid 70s. mid-60s along the coast, but great for this time of year. low 70s in the south end of the bay. mid-70s for most of the santa clara valley. a little warmer towards los gatos and morgan hill peer close 70s for most of the tri- valley, inland, east bay. mid- 70s in fairfield if you can get rid of that fog. today you had a hard time shaking it. i think it's a better chance to see the fog dissipated a little faster and saturday point upper 60s, close to 70 in san francisco, 74 richmond, berkeley, oakland, san leandro point low to mid 70s for most of the north bay. further north, upper 70s for cloverdale and st. helena. looking past the weekend at early next week, monday night football in town. sinclair
where the 49ers are taking on the l.a. rams at 5:15 px in passing clouds overhead to go along with the passes on the field, and a light breeze. no worries about a repeat of what happened a few weeks ago during the atmospheric river game. exhibitors will cool off next week. is the cool air moves in, it will be very efficient at squeezing out any moisture, just additional cloud cover overhead. the rain chances aren't 0. there's a 10 to 20% chance of a sprinkle or two wednesday night, but it's nothing to get excited about. it's a dry forecast, and over the weekend and warm forecast before temperatures return to normal next week. or annette forecast coming up at 11:00. it's not just crime shutting down tavern san francisco walgreens stores. a new problem tonight. trimming tonight on "cbs evening news" vern glenn previews the monday night matchup. the rams will butt heads with the niners in an msc west showdown at 8:25. you can find cbsn bay area on kpix.com, or on the
the public health department tells kpix 5 the store near 24th and castro is dealing with an infestation of rats. it was ordered to close after an inspection on monday. the walgreens will be allowed to reopen once exterminators have taken care of the problem. were one door closes, another opens. san francisco's first new music venue since the pandemic is opening with a gala tonight. the bow center at the san francisco conservatory of music has two concert halls, classrooms, and housing -- that is yo-yo ma -- for more than 400 students. >> everything is different. it means i can go to school whenever i need and want to, so i'm becoming a better musician as a result. >> the center will open to the public in february, and will provide 90% of its concerts for free. still to come, attribute decades in the making on this veterans day weekend.
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on this veterans day weekend, we are getting our first look at a new vietnam war memorial in san jose. is the city with the largest vietnamese population outside of vietnam, it is a long time coming. >> that memorial honors thousands of south vietnamese soldiers who died fighting alongside the american troops nearly half a century ago, in spring of 1972. >> the young generation, when they look at this monument, we must remember, and always
commemorate those who died for freedom, democracy, and human rights for vietnam. >> that memorial, made from five slabs of stone, symbolizing the tenets of vietnamese culture. the official unveiling will happen tomorrow at noon at history park. we got a little sneak peek. >> it looks absolutely beautiful. a wonderful tribute. take you for watching point the news continues streaming on cbsn bay area. >> we will see you back here for the 11:00 news. have a good evening. if you smell gas, you're too close. leave the structure, call 911, keep people away, and call pg&e right after so we can both respond out and keep the public safe. hi honey! hi mommy! oh i missed you! you just want to video call the kids. ok. hush little baby...don't say a word...
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