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worldwide protests becausese of a bay area company. google employees by the thousands walked off the job today, protesting the tech giant's alleged handling of sexual harassment and misconduct cases. good afternoon and thank you for joining us. >> the protest took place atted had the quarters in mountain view, san francisco, new york, and london. many chanting women's rights are workers's rights. >> it revealed the creator of google's android software received a $90 million severance package after the company concluded sexual misconduct against him were credible. he deny the allegations. >> 48 employees including 13
senior managers have been fired in recent years for sexual harassment without giving any of them severance packages. >> for every story in the "new york times," there are thousands more at every level of the company. many have not been told. >> we have team coverage of today's protest from silicon valley to san francisco and around the world. we begin with abc 7's chris wynn in mountain view. chris? >> reporter: from sky 7, a sea of google employees at the company's headquarters in mountain view. down on the ground, a united front. >> unfair for the women being attacked that they have to speak to the people above them to get change to happen. sometimes they are the ones above them. >> among the demands, an end to force arbitration and harassment and discrimination and a clear process for reporting sexual misconduct safely and anonymously to pay in
opportunity and equity. women make up 31% of the workforce at google, yet only 26% serve in executive positions. at the lucas college of business at san jose state yesterday, as more women choose to speak up in the me too movement, they have to respond. >> the organizational culture have to adapt to the demands for visibility and openness and more of doing the right thing. >> elected officials such as jackie spear voiced her support for employees. >> they don't want any tolerance for sexual harassment in the workplace and they certainly don't want team to be paid off. >> googlers making their voices heard. >> time is up. time is up on sexual harass. ment time is up on abuse of power. time is up on systemic racism. enough is enough.
>> that was chris wynn reporting. the protests were not just in mountain view. we were over the google campus in sunnyvale. employees walked out at 11:10 this morning. we have video from you tube headquarters in san bruno. google owns you tube. similar in san francisco. abc's kate larson has a look at the protests there. kate? >> reporter: i spoke to one woman at the protest. she said when she left her office she had to take the stairs because all of her coworkers had filled up the elevators as they all left to take part in this walk out. >> women's rights are workers' rights! >> shouting from the embarcadero, men and women made sure management got their message about sexual harassment at the company. >> enough is enough! >> at 11:10, drone view was high above as hundreds of employees
walked out, emptying the three san francisco offices. >> there was an overall sense of insecurity. >> she works in google's marketing department and said women and minorities are reluctant to come forward when they are on the receiving end of misconduct. >> it's the lack of the presence of women. women of color. also the lack of accountability that makes people feel unsafe. >> her job was to recruit new talent and was not impress with the e-mail that 48 employees have been fired in the past two years for sexual harassment. >> i personally would prefer an apology, transparps and reparations. >> these are cultural issues. >> emily is a partner at the firm and spent her entire career investing in tech companies. she helped found all rays which hosted the first ever investor conference in san francisco. women in tech are forcing real change. >> what was new is you had a
group of women that were in powerful positions at their firms that could actually drive change. we sat there and said enough is enough. we are going to take action. >> reporter: i also spoke to a google hr employee at the walk out who told me she participated because she wants to show the other google employees that human resources supports them. i asked what happened when there was a complain and she said there is a protocol they follow and try to uphold the company standards. live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> kate, thank you. these protests are well beyond the bay area and taking place in dozens of google offices around the world. >> kristin we hasze is here wit look. >> google has over 70 offices in 50 countries. there were walk outs in about 47 locations. let's look at the scenes from
other cities is. this is new york city where thousands marched through manhattan and gathered at a park at the hudson river for speeches. the google twitter account showed baristas walking out in solidarity. this is came brimming, massachusetts. hundreds streamed out of their office to protest the company's treatment of women. in london, many stayed indoors to share their stories with some employees braving the wet weather to demand a change in their corporate culture. >> we are walking out in support of those who have been harassed anywhere in the workplace. to ensure that perpetrators are not rewarded. >> a few other snapshots from around the world. this is switzerland and this is the scene in dublin, ireland where hundreds walked out, united in protest. unity is something google leaders will have to restore with the 94,000 employees all around the world. >> this is a huge company.
google ceo voiced his support for the walk out in an event hosted by the "new york times." he apologized for past actions, admitting it has been a difficult past few days for the company. >> moments like this show we didn't always get it right. we are doing better and listening to employees. that's partly why today is important. i think that there are concrete steps coming out in terms of what we do better. i want to acknowledge the women who do this. it shows extraordinary coure. >> he said the incident he admitted to took place years ago and said google evolved as a company, saying the tech giant has drawn a hard line on inappropriate behavior. here to talk about what this means, thanks for coming in. it's unusual for thousands of employees to protest and have the ceo say i agree with them. what does that tell you? >> it shows that there is a changing sense of culture going
on here in silicon valley. part of it is that we are talking about the old guard at google and the new guard and there is a recognition in the last couple of years. the me too movement and all this stuff made it important that the employees feel like they are listened to and concerns are being actually heard. certainly they are talking the talk and the question will be is he going to walk the walk? >> that's easier said than done with an enormous company. google's mantra in the early days is don't be evil. is this a company that because of its size or because of tremendous success and wealth has its loss in terms of core values? >> this is definitely a big screw up in terms of public relations and the decisions they made. what's in that story really looks bad. that's why you see so much reaction to it. whether or not google is going to learn from this is going to be fascinating.
now that it's so public and we had thousands of people on the streets about it, google will have to say something about it. maybe they will follow-through and follow the demands. it will be interesting to see. >> do you think they might make a change? people are really calling for things to be different. >> silicon valley likes to say it's better than a lot of other industries and it's much more socially minded. today we saw a lot of companies in silicon valley sign on to a letter against donald trump's possible movements against transgender people. we see a lot of socially aware things happening. maybe it will actually change. we will see. >> they want more openness. you and i had conversations about this with respect to facebook. it's not like there is another viable competitor that you can see we had this conversation when we came down. >> do we go back to yahoo? >> they had no real competition. whether they get it fixed
internally, what are the options for people who say i won't go with google anymore. i'm going to do this. this being what? >> that's part of the problem. there are not that many competitors that if you want to voice concerns as a consumer you can go to. these companies are under a huge amount of attention and under the spotlight and they have washington's attention. all of the stuff with the russian interference and all of this other stuff made life tough for them. this is actually a great time for the employees to say this is what we want because they have the world's attention. on a negative way on the company already. >> thanks for coming in as always. >> thanks for having me. >> we used the news app as the protest got under way. you can be the first to know when news breaks. a planned anniversary celebration stopped in its
tracks. >> this shouldn't be a surprise to anybody that we have visitors from ukraine. >> the red tape that prevented the special guest from getting into the country. up next, a brutal fire season. the efforts to protect more record breaking fires and homes in the bay area. >> i'm spencer christian and
fire. you can see the tends and trash there. no one was hurt. today dianne feinstein met with cal fire officials to get a briefing about this year's fire season. it is usually considered over in the first couple of weeks in november. this year was one of the worst in california history. 1.5 million acres of land bushed. cal fire and other agencies will use the winter to clear dead trees and dry fuel and reduce fire risk for next year. any rain we get this winter will help. residents are angry about an international incident. abc 7 news reporter joins us from main street with a story of visas and frustration. wayne? >> good afternoon, larry. this story caught everyone by surprise. the sister city program has gone on for 25 years and they sent 100 people back and forth. they didn't expect problems this year and then the state
department got involved. as the big sign says, welcome. the one on the left, no one ever meant it literally. >> i was shocked. >> the mayor, if you visit city hall, he will point out the gifts and exchanges from their sister city. now he and local members of the world friends organization are just plain exasperated about a citizen exchange program that will not happen. >> it never occurred it would affect our friends. >> still making a dinner this weekend that would have honored 25 years of sister city hood. they planned to bring in seven visitors until the state department blocked their visas with no explanation. we spoke with the would be emissaries by phone. >> they are very disappointed and i'm disappointed, too. >> it's an international incident. >> five of the seven have been here before. they welcomed people that include a priest and a teacher
who want to cross the golden gate bridge today. they feel locked out. >> the only thing i can think of is the new policy of the new new president that your world is not as open as it used to be. >> about all they can do is wave at each other from a distance of 2,206 miles. that's as close as they get for now, at least. >> i'm embarrassed by our government not allowing good decent people into this country. things are happening that weren't happening before. working together is no longer the goal. >> today we asked the mayor what he would say if he had an opportunity. he said he would apologize for the state department. that dipper this saturday will go on and they will talk to each
other, just at long distance by video conference. a abo abc 7 news. >. >> now that halloween is over, it's time for a treat. recreational crab season gives people 12 days to catch what they can before the commercial season starts. abc 7 news was in san mateo county where boaters were loading up. there are limits. people are allowed to bring back only 10 crabs. >> the way things were outside, it was 80 in san francisco. we can enjoy our crab and get a tan at the same time. >> absolutely. it hit 81 at one point in the city. santa rosa got up to 89, almost 90. we are waiting for official word on whether we had any records, but the highs were this in record territory. for november 1st. not all time. sunny skies with a few wispy
high clouds. this is the view from eme emeryville. a beautiful day and warm by november standards. 76 degrees in san francisco. oakland is 77. low to mid 80s in mountain view and morgan hill. this is the view looking northward and again, lots of blue skies and 88 right now in santa rosa. had hit 89 and possibly 90 in between the hourly reports. 81 at napa and mid 80s at vacaville and it's 82 at livermore. here's a stunning view of the sky and reflecting off the bay. waters from the east bay hills and these are the forecast features. a little bit cool near the coast. not much of a cool down in the inland areas. it will be warming up on saturday. possibly into the upper 80s. it will be cooler and more seasonal next week. the more typical fall pattern. fire danger concerns and a
weather watch will be in effect from late tomorrow night to sunday morning for north bay mountains and east bay hills. during that time, we could have wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour and higher. relative humidity will range from 8% to 18%. dangerously low. the fire concerns are still with us. 7:00 this evening, we will have mainly clear skies and low clouds and fog will return to parts of the coastline in the early morning hours and see the low clouds and fog burning away from the coast in the daytime and we willl lly sunny skies. overnight lows from low to mid 50s, but we will see upper 40s in the valleys. as we look ahead, highs tomorrow in the mid 60s at the coast. low to mid 70s around the shoreline. low 80s inland, but look at saturday. it warms up in the mid- to upper 80s. 88 expected at fairfield.
santa rosa around the bay. we will see mid- to upper 70s and sunday as we fall back to standard time, it starts to cool down. monday there will be further cooling and temperatures settle bo is a more seasonal and typical early fall or mid-fall range. here's the seven-day forecast. once again, we remind you to set your clocks back over the weekend officially. standard time begins at 2:00 a.m. who gets up at 2:00 to set your clocks back. i talked about the cooler pattern beginning on sunday. that will continue through tuesday. election day. get out and vote. cool day to vote. thursday next week will be the coolest day we have seen in quite sometime. it only means temperatures will be at an average or typical range for this time of year. >> it will be a nice change. >> something you might be interested in coming up.
a tryout. fans of last night's warriors game were treated to a halloween performance. >> that could be used. >> it could be for the first time. all four of the teams in the dance program entertained. this is the new group. these are the hard wood traffics. the senior team. dancers 55 and over. that looks like uncle fester. you can get out there. this is great. they had more than 300 dancers tryout and 22 made the squad. you might see spencer out there soon. >> the kids, too. >> an orange and black sunrise pays tribute to a giants legend. how baseball great willie mccovey inspired a bay area footba
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one san francisco great paying tribute to another. reacting to the passing of giants icon, willie mccovey. abc 7 reporter amy holyfield has the story. >> the sunrise made willie's statue and cove made it beautiful for fans to stop by and say goodbye. >> he was well respected and it's truly a sad day for us giants fans. i had to get out here. >> pebbles robinson came by on her way to work. she was impressed to says from fans lining the base. covey is part of her family history. >> he was my grandmother's favorite player. i grew up going to the baseball games at candlestick.
he was a ledge end to my family. >> i love baseball and this great died. >> she made a detour to walk through and calls players like mccovey unique. >> there are no more greats, as it were. you have pinch hitters and you have these guys. these guys played the game. >> peeking of greats, jerry rice is promoting a new documentary promoting great athletes. we asked about willie mccovey and he said it hurt his heart to know he passed away. >> he made me feel at home. he was going through a lot and he could walk into a room and come into the room. he would just light up the room. it's something that i'm going to miss and a great person and player and somebody that you
just love being around. >> the giants are planning something that is still in the works, but they plan to do something so the public can come together and remember him. in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> you can find more tributes and stories about willie mccovo the website. abc 7 news.com. >> next on abc 7 news -- >> voting is important to the process of every american. >> the bay area is already casting its ballots in the mid-terms. what's driving people to the polls and if we could see record turn out. >> an attempted high tech heist >> an attempted high tech heist and who is recently, more than $20 million has been spent in the race for superintendent of public instruction to attack my friend tony thurmond's record. well, i've worked with tony, and no one is more qualified to lead our state's schools. that's why tony thurmond is the only candidate endorsed by classroom teachers and the california
>> we are expecting a 70% turn out. >> compared with 49% in the last mid-term in november, 2014. county registrar of voters are expected to approach that of a presidential election. 79% of eligible voters cast their ballots. >> it's amazing we don't have anything terribly dramatic on the ballot. i think it's a trend because of the national exposure and the national conversation. >> why did you want to vote early? >> i feel that voting is important to the process of every american. unless you vote, your opinion won't count. >> two thirds of contra costa's 620,000 voters received permanent vote by mail ballots. while that's convenient, they
have seen an up tick and showing up to cast a provisional ballot on election day. that can cause confusion and added expense. >> that was a push a couple of years ago for ballots to be counted. the best way to ensure that is to vote by mail and drop off your ballot before election day. >> if somebody votes twice by accident or on purpose, the election workers will catch that. the ballot will be flagged. what they are asking folks to do is if they registered for a mail in ballot, stick with that. mail it in or deliver it. don't go to a polling place and ask for a second ballot. a abo abc 7 news. >> immigration, health wear and the economy are all hot button issues. >> stephanie ramos has more on
the campaign trail. >> president trump is feverishly campaigning for republican candidates and sticking with the key theme. immigration. before hitting the road, the president announced changes to the way migrants can request asylum. >> they will no longer get a free pass by lodging meritless claims. migrants will have to property themselves lawfully as a port of entry. >> as they use fear to gin up the base, democrats are pushing health care. speaking exclusively with abc's jonathan karl in florida. >> democrats want to take away preexisting conditions? >> they are going to destroy our health care and you won't have any health care. >> can you work with them if the democrats win the house? >> we will try. i'm looking to unify. >> he respond woulded to how
truthful he is. >> when i can, i tell the truth. >> the star power is emerging in georgia. >> i'm here to support a change maker. >> stumping for the democrats. stacey abrams hopes to be the first female african-american governor. vice president pence campaigns for her opponent, brian kemp. >> i'm kind of a big deal, too. >> the polls are tight between abrams and kemp. former president obama is campaigning for a drams tomorrow. >> oprah was going to be to door today. to learn what's on your ballot, go to abc 7 news.com/election and find a voter guide to your ball ballot. >> the truck driver accused of killing 11 people pled not
guiltiy. the grand jury issued an indictment changing him with murder, hate crimes, obstructing religion and other crimes. most of the charges carry the death penalty. bowers opened fire on saturday at the tree of life synagogue, the letliest attack on jewish people in american history. the rabbi call people to stop speaking in hateful ways. >> when they speak in a manner that is hateful, all americans see that and it gives permission to behavior the same way. >> funerals were held for three more victims. six others were wounded in the attack. >> the justice department unsealed an indictment from a grand jury charges companies with stealing trade secrets from a u.s. semiconductor company. >> this is a brazen scheme. if convicted the defendants face up to 15 years in prison, $5 million in fines, and the
companies could face forfeiture and fines worth more than $20 billion. >> jeff sessions said the indictment claims the companies and three individuals targeted micron technology which is based in idaho. the prosecution comes amid the battle between china and the u.s. as american officials raise alarms about the economic espionage. >> 'tis the season for giving. the need at local food banks. >> halloween may be over and we have time to check out one of the most elaborate displays it. does a lot more than give a fright. >> beautiful skies and light reflecting off the bay and will there be more of this
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we have breaking news in east oakland. major police activity in international boulevard. sky 7 is live over the scene. this is showing you the roadways. a car up on the sidewalk in front of the community school for creative education. there are several police vehicles around and a person on the ground being worked on by paramedics. it's right in the middle of your screen. apologize, it's small and difficult to see. woor issue we are working on more information. >> as we approach the holiday season. abc 7 and disney are helping out food banks.
david lui presented a $15,000 check on behalf of abc 7 and disney to second harvest food bank to help them buy fresh produce to distribute to families in santa clara and san mateo countiless. they serve 260,000 people every month. >> it's so hard for many people in the bay area to make the math work every month. many of the people are having to make tough choices and being able to aford food... >> they said 70% is from families and every dollar equals two meals. >> raising funds for the food bank. you can still help. >> we have an inside look. >> this is halloween in the south bay. >> that was all right. >> a witch's den and haunted
forest sprouted up and the boo crew behind this hollywood-like display spent two months building across two front yards. >> there was a lot of work put into this and a lot of detail. we want to share this with everyone. >> spider webs and witches and wear wolves. >> there is a few spots of people that are hiding. that's just amazing. >> it's around for one more day. the haunted house will reopen at 4:30 thursday. the no scare schedule ends at 6:30 and then the lightning signals scare time for those looking for a fright. the experience is free to visitors, though organizers asking for a nonperishable donation. in spooky san jose, abc 7 news. >> let's move into overnight continues. we had sunny skies today, but
low clouds and fog will return with temperatures ranging from low 50s to 60s. eye mild day and cooler at the coast. a mild mid 60s at the coast. low 80s inland where we saw mid-and under 80s. we fall back at 2:00 a.m. on sunday. set your clocks back before going to bet. fall back one hour. sunrise will occur at 7:37 a.m. sunrise is 6:38 a.m. an hour earlier in the morning. here's the seven-day forecast. the warmer than average weather will taper off a bit on sunday as we get a cooler pattern. tuesday, election day. mid 60s at the coast to upper 70s is what i'm trying to say. a great day for getting out to vote. >> thank you, spencer. >> a tale of addiction and recovery. >> i don't feel like i have a disease. this is not cancer. this is my choice. i put myself here.
the new movie, beautiful boy is getting rave reviews. it's based on a real life story of a bay area father and son. diane has their story. >> it's this amazing thing like a creation or something and you don't like who i am. >> who are you? >> this is who i am. >> this powerful scene in the film beautiful boy is a portrayal of real life father and son, david and nick chef and their struggle with drug addiction. >> this is not who we are. >> i was hijacked by the drugs. i didn't want to be acting the way i was, but i couldn't stop. >> nick's father said getting help took a long time. >> i spent 10 years desperate to save his life. >> can i have a name and description? >> nicholas sheff. >> he tried so many times to
quit and kept relapsing. >> i was in a lot of pain emotionally and i would reach out to the drugs to try to feel better because it was the only coping skill i learned. >> i need to find a way to fill this big black hole in me. >> two years sober, nick and his dad hope it will impact other families. >> i hope it helps people and i believe that it can. >> our family is so close now. in a way it was like a gift that the filmmakers gave to me to remind me that each and every day i should be so grateful and i am. >> that was diane reporting. beautiful boy opens in theaters everywhere tomorrow. >> you can tell it's going to be a powerful movie. toyota announcing yet another recall involving faulty air
bags. >> michael finney has tonight's consumer news. >> will air bag problems ever cease? >> doesn't seem like it. this recall involves air bags. it might inflate at the wrong time or not inflate at all. it affects 17,000 toyota from 2004 to it can inflate for no 18 or fail to inflate in a cr they did not say whether the defect caused crashes or injuries. owners will be notified in december about how to get a new air bag. a warning about black and decker drills. they are recalling more than a half million because the handles can break off while drilling. 630,000 hammer drills were sold from january 2010 until july of this year. they are the ones with the big
handle on the side. you can drill into bricks and black and decker said they may slip or break off. the company has 11 reports of accidents. a bad injury was caused to a shoulder. customers can stop using the drill immediately and contact black and decker for a new handle. >> starbucks rolled out their new holiday and may be responding to critics who said they were not christmassy enough. this year's cups have not one, but four red and green-colored designs. has red stripes and another with a green argyle pattern and the third has red and white flames and another with a missile tow design. last year they were white. they have holiday treats like sugar plum cheese danish. >> where are the samples?
>> that was nice, but we need to know. >> thank you. >> you know her big hits like brave and love song, but sarah bareilles is playing in san francisco. >> that and other good bet this is weekend from the partners at hood line. >> northern california same to san francisco to promote her musical, waitress that is playing at golden gate theater. she is not in the show, but wrote the music like this. ♪ and gets used by men who can't love ♪ >> you grew up in eureka. >> yes. >> what was that musical like? >> the eureka musical? what a great question. you are the only one who ever asked that question. one part crunchy granola and
another part loggers and fishermen and a lot of me singing to imaginary forest animals. >> i love her. the musical is about a waitress who has a loveless message and has an affair with her ob-gyn.o. the fruit vail neighborhood expects about 80,000 people and the theme is a dream for all. that's sunday, 10:00 to 5:00 on international boulevard. the world's most adorable dog breed has a special celebration. the everybody loves a corgi at 11:00. drama honoring the dead and dogs. sounds like a full weekend to me. from all of us here, have fun. >> thank you. those corgis are cute. ledge endary brewery. anchor steam releasing christmas
ale for 2018. they gave an inside look at the steam brewing process. anchor steam has been kicking off with the special ale for nearly a half century. no two versions are exactly alike. >> there are four of us sitting around talking about this as early as april. we really start planning it out ahead of time and we will make test brews and taste it and then we will decide how to craft it a little further and how to make it more interesting each year. >> that's a good job. if you want to sample this for yourself, they are offering tours and tastings at the san francisco brewing. >> you handle that and i will handle starbucks. a not so hidden gem in san francisco. >> a solid line. every single day. >> that's two hours before. >> wow. the food that many say is worth the wait. >> right now what's coming up on abc news at 5:00.
>> a mother from el salvador in the bay area and fighting to stay in the u.s. the message she wants americans to understand. also, dumping-ground. how one bay area county is dealing with the growing problem. those stories and more when big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you.
>> we're take you in a popular restaurant called mamas on washington square. >> it's the eggs benedict. i dream about it. >> wead the triple stack pan takes. it's amazing. >> it's as long as two hours. >> for the last 18 years, i had a solid line. every day the line springs up the block. >> you have to come at 7:30. >> it's the legacy of our mother and father. the line is a byproduct of that work. good morning. how many? >> my dad rented this cornner 1951. they turned it into the
breakfast place you see here now. my mom gave birth to 10 of us. my mom and dad were ahead of the breakfast game back then. they started making everything really, really fresh. when my patients started, the only thing you could get was white bread french toast. that used a cinnamon bread and topped it with fresh fruit. as soon as they walk in, you will see what it is we produce. the locals know to get here by 7:30. that's the first impression of mama's. meeting me at the door. i will give you a heads up on the menu. the pan takes are excellent. one of the original menus is the month y cristo. the ben tickets are my first. >> i had the eggs and it's worth
the wait. delicious. >> this mama needs to try mama's. >> we're have to get down there. >> quickly. >> check out abc's new brand of localish.com. >> thanks for joining us. >> the news at 5:00 starts right now. >> google workers worldwide sendai message to the bay area company. the bloebl protests today. >> seeking asylum and why this woman fears for her 15-year-old son's life right now. >> do you see things like this? a plan to crack down on illegal dumping. >> thousands of marriott workers on strike a month later. the impact on hotel guests. >> breaking news in oakland. sky 7 is live over major police
activity at 22nd avenue and international boulevard. oakland police have not released details, only saying they are investigating a critical incident. >> an suv for creative education. the school is on lockdown tonight. there are a number of police vehicles around it. that person was put into a waiting ambulance. >> and police say vehicle and tuesday traffic in the area is impacted. you can tell from the shot. no cars are moving on the street. we have a crew on the way and we will bring you more information as it comes in. >> we understand it is confirmed as an officer involved shooting. we will stay on this story happening in oakland tonight. i'm dan ashley. i'm kristin sze. several migrant caravans make