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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. good morning at 5:00 on tuesday. thans for starting your day with us. how is the weather going to be on this tuesday? mike if. >> warmer than yesterday by a couple of degrees. you may not notice it. good morning, the reason why is the cloud cover, the high clouds are here and they are high clouds and no radar returns on live doppler 7 hd. beautiful picture of the embarcadero and ferry building down to the bay bridge which has the wonderful lights on right now. 62 to 66 is our temperature, high temperature inland and bay neighborhood and 59 to 62 at the coast. we will have a lot of thicker and higher clouds this afternoon
compared to yesterday but, still, mild. >> we have a new accident at the altamont pass traveling eastbound 580 where you will find the big rig and two other vehicles off to the shoulder. a couple of tires fell off the back of the big rig and hit the other vehicles. it does not sound like lanes or blocked but we are noticing spectator slowing eastbound. the westbound area is. ing moving through tracy and away from 205 up to 580 and over the a pass, it starts to loosen. northbound 85 we had an depth on the connection to northbound 87 and walnut creek is nice and clear. kristen and eric? >> convicted serial killer joe naso is denying murdering women in northern california over two decades and gave the first ever jailhouse interview to the abc7 team. katie marzullo is in the newsroom with his own revelation.
katie? >> he doesn't even thing he should have been arrested let alone convicted. he says the prosecution did not prove their case and is working on the appeal. our reporter has been working to get an interview with naso for two years and he got a chance to sit down yesterday three days after he was sentenced to death for killing at least four women from the late 70's to the mid-1990's. hopes to get him to reveal the location of others he is wered is of killing, a list of ten, it is called, that was found in his home, including girl near mendocino, girl on mount tamalpais, girl great miami, and girl from berkeley and he says he doesn't know would they are. as for who he is, listen to this. >> when you look in the mirror can you live with yourself? >> shout -- absolutely. absolutely.
i am okay with who i am. i have if regrets. >> if the wores do not offer insite there is this silent communication, making an obscene gesture in court in reaction to the death sentence. tonight at 6:00, more from our team, taking naso step-by-step through the evidence. you will not want to miss that. >> katie marzullo, thank you. the alameda sheriff is expected to announce the arrest of two suspects in connection with a decades old murder case, that occurred in castro valley in 1990 a passing motorist found the body of 43-year-old man at an entrance to a park. it was determined that he died from stab wounds. alameda county authorities are expected to provide more detail on the cold case in a news conference hear this morning. >> a fremont high school community will gather today to mourn a beloved coach and mentor who died trying to help others.
>> look at the flowers and candles that people have left just the kind of thing that sounds like would make him bush or maybe roll his eyes. the students say he was the keep guy worried about others. he was focused on everyone else's well-being and that is exactly what he was doing on saturday when he was killed, he was trying to direct drives around an accident scene when he was hit. he was the football coach at john f. kennedy high school and the athletic director here in fremont. >> one of the most unselfish people i have met always put every one else before himself. when we tried to do something nice for him he would take offense to it like, what are you doing? i don't need this.
>> there will be a vigil tonight at the school at 6:00 here in front of john f. kennedy high school and his family is still plan his funeral. >> a south bay family is shattered by a terrible loss. a bright young toddler was killed by a car while being pushed in the stroller on sunday on oak and vine streets if san jose. his sister and a family friend were in the crosswalk and a family friend's 13 year old daughter was pushing elijah in the shoulder and the teen was holding the hand of his six-year-old sister all in the crosswalk when hit and he was killed by a pickup truck making a turn. the teen and six-year-old were beforely hospitalized and elijah what pronounced dead. matt keller will have more in a report at 5:30. >> santa clara county district attorney is refusing demands to file physical any charge against
four san jose state university students accused of bullying a black student. the naacp met with the university officials yesterday and the prosecution says that the students decorated rooms with nazi images using racial slurs and put a bike lock around the student's neck and charged with misdemeanor hate crimes and battery. the charges appropriate given the evidence and independent experts will help determine how the alleged abuse went on for weeks without university intervention. >> report will be released this morning on the state of higher education in california and the results are not encouraging. the report was commissioned by lt. governor and former san francisco mayor and says the percentage of young adults earning associate and bachelor's degrees in california is below the national average and the state is on the verge of losing its place as a national leader in higher education showing the state must put more support into community colleges and the california state university system. >> the city attorney is going to
court to prevent city college of san francisco from losing their accrued dangerous. the city is asking for an injunction against the community college accrediting commission in northwest he has revoked the college accrued dangerous but the education department has called the actions illegal. the requested injunction would allow the schools' accrued dangerous to remain intact and prevent the commission from taking similar action against other community checks. >> president obama is in los angeles this morning wrapping up the west coast tour. he left bay area yesterday after a whirlwind visit that included a speech on immigration reform. in san francisco in chinatown, that appearance is drawing national attention when a graduate student from san francisco state interrupted the president's speech. >> please, use your executive order to halt deportation of the 11.5 undocumented immigrants right now. >> if i could self all these
problems without passing laws in congress, i would do so. we are also a nation of laws. >> he treated me lick a little kid and did not directly answer my question. it was very disappointed. >> he is an undocumented immigrant from south korea and the graduate says he did not intend to interrupt the president but decided to speak out because he is tired of hear politicians talk about immigration reform and do nothing about it. >> mike, today is a safe day for santa claus to go down the chimney? >> a little early but safe, yes, it would be safe. it is a "spare the air" day is that what you are hinting at? >> i thought so, a "spare the air" day, the second consecutive day, so no burning of wood. from mount tamalpais the air is cleaner this morning than it did
yesterday morning, and we will use this as a backdrop for the day planner at 36 to 50 not so cold this morning but, city, 36 and that is knowing to sneeze at. dress warmly. 58 to 60 by noon and headed through the next 12 hours we will be 58 to 60 at 4:00 and 52 to 67. mostly cloudy for the boater -- better part of the day. the three day forecast and cloudy and the best chance of light showers from san francisco and oakland and south on thanksgiving and friday, no worries, get out there and shop 'til you drop and enjoy. >> people with radiators, do we get center gifts? i guess so. i am making it easier on santa. good morning, everyone, we have an accident in san jose that is blocking all but one lane from northbound 85 to northbound 87.
it does not sound like there are injuries involved but debris is scattered all over the place as we continue into the area here, it is nice can clear. eastbound 580, the big rig is still on the side of the road with two other vehicles after losing a couple of traffic and westbound traffic is building headed over the altamont pass in the westbound direction. drive time traffic 101, 85 to the san jose airport, all looking clear. this is the san jose commute on 280 away from 17 quiet, calm, and clear. >> thank you, leyla gulen, that is not the case with a major storm threatening to disrupt thanksgiving travel and what airlines are doing to ease the pain next in the bloomberg business report. >> can you have a 14-letter say in time magazine person of the
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>> mother nature is marching east with the thanksgiving day travelers and millions of american face rain, sleet or snow as they make their way to family. we have the latest on that. >> for millions, thanksgiving travel could get dicey. a winter-like inform is moving east and expected to bring rain, snow, and wind gusts and has already pummeled the west and south. in oklahoma, whiteout conditions and 10" of snow. the severe weather is causing problems at airports across the country from miami. >> how many hours have you been waiting? >> 12. >> to dallas-ft. worth. to milwaukee. it is a mess. >> flight was delayed. i could like to be home. it is tough. >> 25 million machines get -- million americans will get on a
flight. cancellation and delays on monday at dfw and houston but today it is atlanta and new york and washington, dc. >> i hit a bridge coming over and the car went airborne sideways is i was doing 20 and white knuckle with two hands on the wheel. >> there is the cold. on monday in philadelphia it was only 20 degrees. rain and wind are forecast to clear the east cost by thanksgiving day and then it will be a fight to stay warm. >> this is related: black friday is not only a big shopping day but it is a big day for buying cars. >> and airlines trying to ease the pain for those trying to fly for the thanksgiving holiday. jane king is at the new york stock exchange with more on this. jane?
>> we are bracing for the storm that is to come later today. delta and usa airways waiving change fees as thanksgiving travel is disrupted. us airways waves includes northeast and canada's destination tomorrow and today. the largest chip maker is asking for $500 million for the unit and intel is hoping to seal a deal with a possible souter being verizon. >> california housing market is showing a slow down falling 15 percent in california in october compared to a year ago. >> futures are quiet so far today. maybe we can expect that for the let of the week as we are closer to the holiday. >> if you looking if a car on
black fridays be ready for cruds november new car sales could jump 3.5 percent open black friday because of all of deals that the car dealers are offering. >> may not want to be driving a convertible. >> maybe if you are traveling thursday morning, what is the best chance to get the rain. the forecast continues to trend dry but we cannot rid it of the rain chances. live doppler 7 hd showing thing for moving an in the north bay and novato reporting five mile visibility. bart as you wait is 39 degrees and oakland is at 45. hayward is 47. and san francisco is about 51
degree right now. from mount tamalpais, it is clean compared to year. we will still have a "spare the air" day with thick are high clouds than yesterday. the thicker clouds keep us not so cool with a chance showers on thanksgiving during the morning and early afternoon hours. i will show you where coming up in a second. first, low-to-mid 60's today from 61 in san francisco to 65 in san jose and palo alto and fremont and san rafael. warmest is morgan hill at 66 and 63 today in oakland and vallejo along with santa rosa. the temperatures tonight are 41 in santa rosa and 40 in fair account rest of issue in the mid-to-upper 40's and possibly 50 in san francisco. close to normal. the areas of high pressure are being shoved to the east by this first cold front with limited moisture mostly in the mid-to-upper levels so the high
clouds will continue today and tomorrow. here is our next system that will use the path of the cold front and thing whatness it create -- and the weakness it created. tomorrow you wake up with clouds and low and off the coast. headed to the evening, getting out of tone or traveling anywhere it will be cloudy and dry. as we head to thursday morning at 7:00, a few sprinkles are possible near the coast and after 7:00, you could see the rain is moving up the santa clara valley and mountains and up to san francisco by 6:00 and fades away with less than .1" possible. the seven-day forecast is coolest on thanksgiving, and we will have low-to-mid 60's with cloud mixing with sun but dry, friday through monday. leyla gulen? >> thanks for the bart station with 39 bart stays run on time but ace train run is 40 minutes late because of a switching problems. c.h.p. is issuing this "arrive
alive," joining forces with oregon and washington state patrols, adding extra patrols along i-5 over the extended thanksgiving holiday. do not drink and drive. always buckle up. in the north by headed along 80 we are looking at top speeds and clear conditions so 505 and to the south westbound 80, not giving us any problems and over to cartinez, all moving along swiftly. richmond san rafael is at 62 miles per hour over to marin county. clear conditions. this is a picture of the drive through san rafael and you can see the tail lights are building at the moment as you head into san francisco. >> ahead, seven things to know as you start your day. >> do you need to make extra money over the holidays?
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shoot that left seven men wounded in oak near 95th avenue and olive street last night. two of the men are in critical condition. no word on a possible motive. >> memorial for a little boy killed in his stroller is growing at oak and vine in san jose. the three-year-old was hit as 63 two girls crossed the street. police are trying to decide whether to file charges. >> the oakland teen accused of setting 18-year-old luke fleischman on fire is due in court. richard tom will challenge a decision by the district attorney to charge his climb as an adult. >> four, a candlelight vigil is held at john f. kennedy high school in fremont to on a beloved high school coach and mentor who died while trying to help others. the 76-year-old john webb was hit and killed by a car on saturday morning while trying to direct drives around an accident. >> five, the seattle area could
set a record with the highest minimum wage in the country. officials are expected to certify a controversial election today to set in motion a $15 an hour wage for, workers at seattle international airport leading by 76 votes as of last night. >> "spare the air" again today, with no bushing of wood today unless you want to pay a big fine. also, the rain is coming on thanksgiving. for the couple of accidents we have had, there were a couple of glitches. we have a stalled vehicle with flashing lights on the san mateo bridge in the westbound direction does not appear to be slowing things down. >> starting today, a holiday program for flightcar starts today at san francisco international airport and airports in los angeles and boston. it is based in santa clara and allows air travelers to rent out vehicles while gone rather than pay for airport parking at sfo.
according to flight car the average thanksgiving traveler at sfo could get $135 over a five day trip with free airport parking savings and car share earning. car owners get $50 even if the car is not rented. >> neighborhood youngsters have turned a huge tree knocked down by last week's windstorm into the newest play group. this is how the tree looks on thursday morning and this is what it look like now, the fierce winds knocked the 100' tree on its side and since then kids have been climbing the downed tree. the root alet is 20' tall. some parents have had to rescue kids unable to get down. the city says there is in timeline to haul the tree away. a tree is there and the kids will climb it. >> we continue at 5:30 with the top stories.
live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. it is tuesday morning. thanks for waking up and joining us. i am kristen sze. >> mike nicco joins us. >> we start with live doppler 7 hd. it is looking dry this morning and we have plenty of high clouds and ought to make for a colorful sunrise if you get pictures and you want to share them, please do. >> it is clear. it is a "spare the air" day the second consecutive one no wood
burning. 62 to 6 is the temperature spread inland and around the bay. 59 to 62. temperatures are comfortable and close to average. leyla gulen? >> we have had a couple of problems out there and we do have one accident in san jose that has some confusion whether it was a sig-alert or not and it is in the clearing stages and we have one lane open on the transition between northbound highway 85 to northbound 87. lots of debris on the road and the car that slammed into the wall spun out of the control in the wrong direction. taking you over to the altamont pass c.h.p. corrected this and westbound 580, a big rig is on the shoulder with a couple of other vehicles but, still, busy. >> san jose police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a horrific accident that killed a three-year-old boy and injured two other kids. a memorial is growing for the
young victim. matt keller is on the scene in san jose. >> this is a very sad story across the street you can see the outprior -- outpouring of love of flowers, candles, balloons and toys. the three-year-old was hit and killed feet away in the crosswalk. a 13-year-old family trend was pushing elijah in a stroller holding the hand of his six-year-old sister crossing with the grand light and a driver turned left did not yield and hit all three of the pedestrians with elijah taking the impact. all three were taken to the hospital and two girls had minor injuries and he died an hour later. >> in just ten minutes they were again. we lost an angel. >> a family friend says his mother went back to make funeral arrangements and the driver of the truck stayed at the scene.
police say they do not believe alcohol or drugs were a factor in the crash. they are investigating whether the driver could been cited or arrested. >> a motorcyclist is dead after crashing head on with a car south of devil slide tunnel headed south on highway one at 9:00 p.m. when the vehicles clouded. the person in the car was not hurt. highway one was shut down if two hours. >> in oakland, gunfire has left seven men wounded. officers responded to reports of a shooting between 9th avenue and ollie street after 6:00. sky 7 was over the location and police cordoned off a second scene at 94th avenue and sunny side minutes later. most victim were in their 20's. paramedics rushed two to the hospital in critical condition. it is not cheer if they were targeted or if this is a random shooting. investigators are asking anyone
who saw the shootings to come forward. >> the teen charged with setting another teen open fire on an a.c. transit bus is due in court. a lawyer for the 16-year-old will challenge a decision by the alameda county d.a. to charge the klein as an adult. he faces physically assaulting skirt. >> if san rafael police trying to democrat how many men who have victimized a 15-year-old being uses a prostitute. this is word she was soliciting men and was found with a man accused of being the pimp, a 25 -year-old richard lee huff of richmond. >> president obama is wrapping up a three day west coast tour
at dream works animation. the president arrived if los angeles and went to a fundraiser at the beverly hills home of mack inch johnson where guests paid $15,000 a ticket and mingled with samuel jackson and others. the president left san francisco yesterday after an event at a recreation center in chinatown where he based off a heckler, an undocumented immigrant would came to the united states from south korea 13 years ago. >> the raiders are showing appreciation to a fan credited with saving a woman's life as she jumped from the third deck of the coliseum. donnie navidad suffered severe bruise when the woman landed in his arms and chest. the raiders sent a contingent to his home yesterday including legendary defensive back willie brown who brought thank you gifts. navidad's act of heroism
happened as fans were leaving the raiders' game. >> i braced myself to catch her. i was hoping i could, when i caught her, i could lock my arms around her to absorb the impact with me but unfortunately she hit and bounced off. >> the woman jumped 45' and suffered a serious head injury and is in critical condition. >> today, a vigil is held in fremont to honor a long time high school coach and mentor would died while trying to help others. the 76-year-old spent the last 25 years coaching football and serving as athletic director at john f. kennedy high school and hit and killed by a car on saturday morning. the highway patrol says he was trying to direct drivers around an accident along interstate 680 in fremont. abc7 news reporter amy hollyfield had a full report next half hour. >> a court ruling could put the
california high-speed rail roth in jeopardy with a judge blocking sale of $8 billion in bonds aproved by voters and said the no ones signed off too quickly on the request to start selling the bonds. he ruled in favor of a suit that claims the roth if longer resembles what voters voted for and ordered the high speed authority to re-do their spending plan. >> fallen power line is blamed for an outage that cut electricity to 3,600 customers at 5 p.m. year evening. there were no big screens at the brewing company for the 49ers game. pg&e finally restored at 4:00 a.m. and that was a game you really wanted to see.
total doll nation bit 49ers over the redskins. >> back on the plus side, and kaepernick played well. looking leader but we have "spare the air" today and forced air quality in the north bay for the second consecutive and second of the season so all of us have to refrain from burning wood. it is $100 fine or you can read health hazards of wood burning taking a class. the second infraction is $500. it can cost. temperatures are in the 30's and 40's with a lot high clouds and thicker than year. we will be near 60 by noon and low 60's by 4:00 with light winds and cool this afternoon but not as cold as this morning or this evening, temperatures in the mid-50's. moving forward, tomorrow is dry, the same, and coolest day is thursday and best chan of
showers in the south bay. no friday, this worries shoppers. >> a view of the pictures of the bay bridges but, first, 39 bart trains running on time if you are dipping the car, start with the golden gate bridge. you can see how clear the conditions are from sausalito to san francisco. you can see how nice the drive is, it is quit at eight meants from sauce haiti to san francisco at the bay bridge toll plaza with no cars loading up as you make the drive from the maze and into san francisco so all question it and now as we look at the san mateo bridge we had an early stalled vehicle on the shoulder blocking a lane in the westbound direction and that, now, is gone and the traffic is pushing will into the westbound direction over to foster city and 12 minutes will get you there. >> a opinion any here, a nickel there, and next the incredible
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>> covering novato, oakland, sunnyvale and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> welcome back, on this tuesday morning. the loose change you dump into the plastic bins at airport security may not seem like much but it adds up with travelers leaving behind 500,000 in change at airports last year. about $32,000 was in foreign currency. the t.s.a. has been putting the money interest its aviation security fund which used to pay if overhead and thing like airport signs in foreign languages. a florida congressman is pushing a bill to give the money to nonprofit groups that run airport facilities where members of the military and their families can rest while traveling. >> san francisco police and the district attorney are issuing a consumer alert with safety tips for the holiday shopping season. police will be increasing foot patrols in shopping areas throughout the city with uniformed and plain clothes officers. they say people should remain
alert while using electronic devices and make sure they are not visible. shoppers are advised to keep wallets if hard to reach places such as front pockets and separate greater cash from credit cars and i.d.'s with your keys ready in your hand as you approach the vehicle. >> before you start the holiday shipping, you may want to check out this year's list of dangerous toys. today the california public interest research group will release the 28th annual trouble in toy land report. the study looks at toys that pose choking hazards, those that contain toxic chemicals and loud toys that can damage a child's hearing. we will have a list of the toys later today on our when at abc7 news.com . >> on mcdonald's tonight this are three finalists and one dance, and bill withouting the judges with the indiana judges
free style routine but not enough to keep him in the competition. after 11 weeks bill and his partner left the the show. >> when we started we had no illusion of winning or getting beyond round four so to be in the finals the first year, i could not be happier. and free. >> the competition is future over. expect a last excitement during the big finale beside crowning a new champion there will be performances including lady antebellum. catch the excitement tonight at 9:00 on abc7. >> the national weather service said winds could reach 34 miles per hour on thursday making controlling the joy an balloons at macy difficult. one woman was left in a coma in 1997 after a balloon knocked
over a pole and hit her. official will use the wouldn't -- wind gauges to see if it is safe to take flight. >> fingers crossed they canfully the balloons. they are the star attraction. >> absolutely. hopefully they can do that. at home, we have novato up-and-down all morning with the visibility and now back to half a mile. we will watch that. we have been tracking that and the rest of us are hazy but not so much as year and it is dry on live doppler 7 hd. we will look at temperatures in the south bay, the cool spot, cupertino, saratoga, 41 degrees and santa clara and campbell at 42 and alum rock and sunnyvale at 43 and san jose and mountain view, 45 and los gatos at 49 degrees. 52 in san francisco, and danville is a cool spot at 37 and brentwood is at 46 degrees
right now. this is how it looks from sutro tower, clean over the top of us but do not let that fool you. the air quality management district has issued our second consecutive and second "spare the air" so we will have poor air quality today in the north bay with high clouds more dominant today and, also, tonights keeping temperatures up thanksgiving and still a chance of showers, but hopefully you will be in the house of representatives preparing the food and eating the food or in the food coma after. low-to-mid 60's is what we will have today from 61 in san francisco and palo alto and fremont and san jose at 65 and down the road, morgan hill is 66 and 64 in richmond. tonight, the temperature are from the low 40's to the north bay and the rest of us to the mid-40's. we are using an area of low pressure to push the high pressure away and divide and conquer. it is bringing the high clouds behind it in its wake as it
plows through the high pressure the next system comes through and it will remain out over the ocean and you can see a nice way of clouds and southern winds with temperatures the same as today and 7:00 on thursday morning a few sprinkles are possible and from there to noon that is when the south bay and the santa cruz mountains have the best chance of showers and that moves up to san francisco and oakland and by 7:00 it disaer intos and less than .1". our cool of the -- our cool of the day is wednesday, with more sunshine progress every through the weekend. >> we have a new accident westbound side at the tolls in number 11 lane and we hope to have the car pushed to the shoulder with a backup away from the tolls and i took a look at it and there are a few cars back there so hopefully we will get everything to the side.
drive time traffic from tracy to dublin is 42 minutes so it is busy making the commute from tracy to dublin, it is four. 101 from san rafael to san francisco is under 20 minutes and holding strong. this is a picture of 280, getting busier san jose, and away from 17, it is looking quiet turning into 880 and 280 is loaded up at this time. >> a couple who survived the conflict conflict at sfo have returned home to china and for the first time on tv are sharing their ordeal in the five months since the crash. she and her husband flew back to shanghai last week after involving from an ankle fracture and a severe head injury that requires her skull to be removed for three months. before they left she shared with me videos and picture they took from the tarmac as the disaster unfolded.
they explained how she was trapped and saved. he rescued a young woman pitched under a clapped overhead compartment. we translated. >> i threw that panel on the ground and said go, go, go. >> the couple will never be able to pursue their big of the passion in my exclusive story and how their lives have changed and why despite everything they are grateful. i have that report tonight at 11:00. >> so has that had psychological effects? >> you bet. when we did an airplane, a plan few overhead and she was having a hard time breathing and started crying. >> the northern california million who sparked outrage after poeting a photo onbehind is at it again and what she did to get banned from facebook. >> amtrak is off track with fewer passengers riding the most
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♪ it's black friday ♪ we're shopping deals ♪ in little black dresses ♪ cute hair and heels. ♪ let's go! ♪ that's my kind of holiday. >> your friends will talk about it, a memo created a body image uproar with a photo of herself is at it again. you remember maria and the photo with the capping "what's your excuse," it was body shaming. facebook has suspended her account for a new response she posted to an article showing must-size women in lingerie.
>> you need to change the strange mentality we breed in the united states and why it is important to love and accept your body i was peeved because we are normalizing obesity in our society. >> facebook says someone reported the post and it was removed for being called a mate speech but facebook has restored the account say i was a mistake but have not restored that particular post. mike? >> we have a festival, the snow flake on market, the 6th annual lighting of that and spencer will be there along with the mayor lee and dress warmly, it will be 60 at 4:00 and by the time they town the lights on it will be in the mid-50's. the gulf coast in the southeast and into the mid-atlantic we have rain mixing with higher elevation snow with
low-to-mid 70's to the south and the rest of us in the low-to-mid 50's until tahoe. >> 42 bart trains are on time and ace train run is still 40 minutes late because of a switch ing problem. be prepared for that. now, as i take you over to the bay bridge, we still have this accident that is blocking the number 11 lane and we have a tow truck out there that should be this the next ten minutes. 80 from albany to the maze is a short five minute commute through berkeley and 880 is looking good and now, walnut creek is mice and swift as you come from the southbound direction to highway 24. eric and kristen? >> thank you, this morning, the obama administration officials say they are on track to meeting the president's goal of having the troubled health care website
working for the vast majority of users by the end of the month. officials say the teamworking on healthcare.gov has increased the fed capacity and will not be bug free on november 30th but a senior administration official says compared to where it was october 1st, it will be much improved. >> government study offers a new theory why the whooping cough vaccine doesn't seem to be, working as well as expected. while the shot could keep people from getting sick it doesn't prevent them from spreading the germ. it is a highly contagious disease mostly dangerous to children. last year was the worst year for whooping cough in six decades. studies have suggested a newer version of the vaccine doesn't last as long as the old version. >> scientists and wondered what keeps a man from straying with a stranger. researchers may have a school in a more monroe leased during
intimacy. when men were sprayed with this they were boosted to their attraction to their mate even when shown imams other women. >> the largest civil rights group wants the san jose state students accused of bullying their roommate who was african-american to face felony charges. ahead at 6:00, the d.a. responds. >> remembering the east bay coach killed if a crash and the community is coming together to autopsy his life. >> prince harry delayed and he is stuck
>> convicted serial killer joseph naso gives a jailhouse interview to our team. his revelations of his alleged crimes or convictions. >> the life of an east bay coach cut short by a car crash. ahead, how his school and community are coming together to remember his life. >> happening today, the sheriff in the east bay will announce a break in a two decades old cold case centers around a popular park. >> good morning, on tuesday at 6:00. thanks for joining us. >> we will find out what the temperatures right now and what to look forward to, today. mike? >> most of us in the 40's and not is cool as it was yesterday because of high clouds that will ared in and you is seen them on live doppler 7 hd and you can see a lack of radar runs with if rain in the forecast. day planner is not so hazy around the bay and it is still a "spare the air" day of 48. at noon we are at 58. thick are high clouds this afternoon and
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