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now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent. a global google walkout happening right now. this is from headquarters to london and tokyo. employees are demanding that the company take sexual misconduct seriously and treat women equally. thanks for joining us. at 10:00 or 11:10 in every time zone which google has an office employees are walking out to demand change. we have live team coverage. kate is in san francisco.
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let's begin with matt keller live at google headquarters. >> reporter: it's not unusual for google employees to be out here walking around. but we are minutes away from an organized walkout. they say they haven't taken enough action. google employees walked out from their offices all over the world including london and new york to proo test the tech giant's alleged mishandle ofg sexual misconduct claims. >> we are walking out in support of those who have been harassed and make sure they are protected. >> a new york times article revealed the creator of android softd severance packa package the company concluded sexual miskaukt snars have been fired without giving any of them severance packages.
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organizers are calling for an end to forced arbitration. they also want them to create a bub likely clear process of reporting complaints. google ceo released a statement saying he but aware of the planned walk out today and employees will have the support their need if they wish to participate. employees raised constructive ideas for how to improve our processes going forward. we are taking in all of their feed back to turn these ideas into action. >> you c lined up and walking ie direction. no word on how many people are ex updated. matt keller, abc 7 news. >> thank you. google has a large work force in san francisco. walk out.
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let's get to kate larson who is live now. >> reporter: that's right. we are on market and stewart. this is the one market building where we know one of the google offices is located. there are also two other google offices. you can see we don't see anyone walking out just yet. what we understand is that google employees at all three of these offices along here are going to walk out after 11:00. we think they are going to walk together to converge at the ferry building which is right across the street from us. we do expect to see that in just a few minutes. we are actually going to pan over and show you they are going to move across here to the ferry building. we'll be back as soon as we see anything and let them know what we are all saying. it is howtayit abc 7 news for continuing coverage for
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the google walkout. we'll be checking back in. sunnyvale and san bruno at 11:10 a.m. get updates any time on the abc 7 news app. download the app for free and be sure to enable push alerts. one san francisco sports legend is paying tribute to another. we are giving another look at the mountain view campus of google. right now to this story. jerry rice is reacting to the passing of giants icon. long-time fans are also showing theiruprtf .oet someone placed here this morning. it is beautiful. it is made of flowers with his name and number. we also have balloons. as fans hear about his passing they are pausing in their day to
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remember him. this morning's extraordinary sunrise made his statue and cove look especially beautiful for fans that stopped by to pay tribute and say good-bye. >> he was just well respected. it is truly a sad day for us giants fans. >> she came by an her way to work this morning. she was impressed to see flowers from fans lining the base of his statue. she says he is part of her family history. >> he was my grandmother's favorite player. i grew up going to baseball games at candle stick and he was such a legend to my family. >> this great died. >> she also made a detour to walk through here. she calls players like him unique. >> there are no more greats. you got three pitchers coming in in an inning. you got pinch hitters. these guys played the game.
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>> speaking of greats jerry rice is out promoting a new documentary focusing on great athletes. we asked him about >> he made me feel right at home. we know he was going through a lot but still he could walk into a room or come into the room and he would just light up that room. so it's something that i'm going miss and a great player, a great person and, you know, somebody that you just lovengrod.n a him willie he started rattling off all of his stats. i think you could consider jerry rice a fan. the giants are organizing something. i checked in this morning. it is still being planned. they going to do something.
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a abc 7 news. >> thank you. >> you can find more on our web site, . you're looking at a very dangerous street side show. officers knew abiliout the plan. the chp and san jose police teamed up to keep drivers from blocking streets and performing dangerous stunts with their cars. they impounded two cars. new this morning a crash involving several cars tied a commute to traffic. you can see sky 7 was live over interstate 280. the crash just after 6:30 this morning involved a tesla. no one was seriously hurt.
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it took more than an hour to clear the scene. the suspect in the deadly anti-semitic attack, how he pleaded to federal charges that could lead to the death penalty. >> our live team coverage continues against google and how it handles sexual misconduct. good morning from the weather center. mother nature seems to be a little bit confused. it is november 1st. look how inviting it looks. let me show you, our temperatures today near record highs from 77 in san francisco to low to mid-80s else where. >> zip line water fun in the desertproposition 11 solves two issues. >> zip line water fun in the desert. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1.
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let's take you live back to sunnyvale. the walkout has begun. google employees are expected to begin their protest over sexual harassment and demanding equal treatment for women. google headquarters are in mountain view. we found matt keller. he is joining us again with an update, matt. >> reporter: yeah. gointo show up and participate in the walkout. i would say hundreds if not thousands of employees have been walking in and streaming into the main part of campus here in mountain view. we have seen some holding signs.
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one said i believe women and others said times up. a lot of people here to support this whole protest and what is taking place. it has 94,000 workers around the world. employees started walking out well before 11:00. the protest does officially going to start at 11:00 10 this morning. it is a really big protest. they are protesting that we publicly revealed in a new york times article last night. you can see it appears almost all of the campus will be here today. it is a bigger than the others we have seen around the world. you would expect a lot of people to be here. they employee so many people in mountain view. this is obviously a huge situation. we are not sure what's taking place but it appea people at
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we'll keep you updated. back to you in the studio. >> all right. thank you. from mountain view let's check in with kate larson. people have come out. >> reporter: absolutely. people are still coming down from all of the san francisco offices. you can see this huge crowd around me right now. people are still crossing the street from one market to this area. this th sign says happy to quit for $90 million. no sexual harassment required. clearly a comment on the fact tato. m hav left the google offices. i'm told there are a few p still behind because of meetings. you can hear behind me if we can pan around we have these folks up here telling me they actually have a coordinated program they are going to go through here
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starting in a few minutes. they have a list of demands for goog google executivs and share stories about what kind of sexual harassment they may have experienced themselves in the workplace. you can see this is just beginning. a number of female employees are going up to speak on the microphones. we are going to be here getting the latest on all of this and bringing you everything on social media. we'll have the latest for you at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00 this evening. i'm kate larson. t' go o to it back to le. buil. emees fromll o different google offices in san frann,hi fully supported by the ceo of the company as employees globally demand an end to sexual harassment discrimination and what they call this systematic racism at
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the company they want to change in the culture after news became known that one of their top executives for whom there was to be founded sexual misconduct allegations that they deemed credible still got a $90 million exit pack achlkt age. we are also live in san bruno. as you know, their alphabet company, so you tube is part of atmbrea, uer t ,o wkeou theam same message. we'll continue to cover the google walkout. the anti driver -- he but arraigned after a grand jury issued a 44 count indictment that charges him with
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obstructing other cri cri we'll be back w
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weaving youruld own out of flax. or, simply adjust your thermostat. do your thing with energy upgrade california. we are over google headquarters. you can see to many employees have walked out to protest the company's attitude towards sexual harassment. many speakers will be giving their experiences. we'll go live back out to our reporter in san francisco where
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there is also a a few minutes, but first the weather. look at this gorgeous sunrise. you can see this taking off. pretty cool. it still looks gorgeous outside. temperatures are responding to the warm start we had this morning. we were in the 50s and 60s. we are still warmer than 71 her. we still have warming to go. we have upper 60s to mid-70smidi everywhere. a sun. you can see it out there from the east bay hills camera. it will be mild again with high clouds and fog creeping along
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the coast. the sea breeze will slowly slip our highs back. where is our rain? portland and seattle are not sharing. measurable rains for those folks. you can see it's keeping the jet stream away from us. i did check the medium range models. one is showing the possibility of rain on the 11th and 12th. it is still several days away. we need low the plid 80s in our inland neighborhood. this is actually a live picture. the waves really aren't moving. here is the way the next 12
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hours break down starting at noon. you can see everybody in the 70s. the coast will pull back in the upper 60s. it is 82 around the bay and inland. i had to open my windows to warm the house up. it was 64 in the house. it was like 80 outside. i opened them up. we'll start off cooler in the low to mid-50s. the sea breeze backs off a little bit saturday. it is warm once again and by eeze a exercising our right to vote it will be in the 70s. we want to take your back out to kate larson, kate. >> reporter: that's right. there are hundreds of google employees that are still coming out of the google offices. you can see we are right in front of the ferry building right now. my photographer will spin
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all of these women, google plays, standing and holding up signs. representing the women who paved the way for me and then a number of others like happy to quit for $90 million which is clearly a comment on the fact that andy ruben that helped create the android software wiz let go with a $90 million package and he has been accused of sexual harassment. a woman had to take the stairs because tehe elevators are all full. i'm kate larson. back to you. >> thank you so
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we don't cover the global google walkout today. this is tofr main campus in mountain view. it is to demand a change in the company's sexual misconduct handling policy. we want to take you to kate larson. let's take a listen if we can hear any of the speakers there. employees are marching from all over to the ferry building.
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we want to take your live over to san bruno. that is you tube headquarters. google owns you tube or at least alphabet parent company does. we are watching all of the walkouts happening at 11:10 and today ch we want to thank you for watching abc 7 news today. who wants to be a millionaire is is coming up next. again, we want to check out some of the signs, don't pay out harassers. that is referring to andy ruben who received $90 million in severance from the company despite the fact that the company found sexual
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allegations were credible. it has become a pointover contention. goog. ceo saying he supports all of the employee's rights to walk out and promising to work with them in terms of of instituting a change in culture. you're looking live once again at mountain view headquarters. at mountain view headquarters. we'll continue toou california's public schools rank 44th in the nation.
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44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
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♪ hey, everybody, welcome to "millionaire." are you ready to go today? [cheers and applause] i know this guy is. miles mcmahon returning from kansas city. returning contestant. $7,000 in the bank before we had to stop yesterday. so our starting point today is getting to that halfway point to a million dollars, $10,000. good place to start. >> yeah. >> all three lifelines on the board. you feel good coming back into today? >> i am ready to go. >> all right, then let's do it. let's play "who wants to be a millioir


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