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-- will continue during the overnight hours for the foreseeable futu is it fixed or not? outages on the web site where people sign up for health care will continue during the overnight hours for the future. but, it may have to go down at
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other times, too. good evening. obama care's is back on-line. but fixing the political fall out will prove to be a more challenging task. >> reporter: it is the web site that, instead of providing health care for millions of americans, provided more political fights. >> they are trying to change a tire on a car going 75 miles an hour down the expressway. >> reporter: the government tech team continues to fix problems with the web site say lightning rod against the plan itself. >> there are so many destroyers in the house, in the public, in the private health care sector that just want to destroy. >> reporter: our kpix political insiders agree. >> every glitch that is going to happen with it will be seized on to the republicans and they will say your health care plan stinks. >> reporter: another glitch
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many of the providers plans no longer hold up. he said you can keep it. >> he was not telling the truth. >> reporter: 48 million americans do not have insurance. by 2014 everyone has to have it or face a penalty. >> we have a roll out problem. it has been three-4 weeks? it took us four years for us to get our web site right in massachusetts. >> it has not broken the budget. more businesses offer insurance to their employees than ever before. >> reporter: for people who sign up for a plan through or covercal cal as it is known here it effects effects on march 31st. >> covercalifornia has a web
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site separate from the federal site the california site has a number to call if you have questions and you can find the information on our web site and click on links and numbers. a new poll from the kaiser foundation is showing a shift in people's views of obama care. 55% say they understand the law's impact on their family and that is up 8% from a month ago but they also say the federal government has done a poor job in implements the law. voters in san francisco has a debate over the waterfront. they are casting ballots on prop e and prop c. if it passes a luxury condo complex has been built on some of the prime real estate in the bay area. tonight at 11:00, we will look at how the vote touched off a war on the waterfront. in our exclusive kpix pole, finding prop b failing at the moment. the majority of those polls are
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against the project that will put them down. >> survey usa has the same. notice if they ask the legal height limit should be raised to build the complex. voting is under way on the waterfront project. so far early indications are that turnout is low. they say it could be bad news for sup porters of the project and it could spell defeat. one bay area -- supporters of the project and it could spell defeat. one bay area project, adding up to 300,000 square feet of retail space. in doing so, 100 stores are losing their spot. >> reporter: it is sunday and people in walnut creek are shopping. taking little notice of the public hearing signs tied to lampposts. they are to design revisions on a master plan that will see
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300,000 square feet add to the shopping area. that is good news for shoppers. this family come here from danville. >> the variety of shops offered. the outdoor feel. >> neiman marcus, macy's yes. >> reporter: but they have a plan calling for big changes. beginning with new construction where 100 shops stand. the shops have to vacate by early next year according to the "times." one shop owner told the "the business times" she was surprised by a january 31st deadline to get out. >> the economy is getting better. so, talking about different types of shoppers and so, there will be varieties, you know, some people come, it is all good. >> all good. >> not for the store owners. >> that is true. >> reporter: they say been moving ahead with the plans even before they got approval. victoria secret moved waiting
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out construction in a space vacated for a small shop. walnut creek is on board for areas for the retail shopping center for the east bay. the new span of 100 stores. the pace it is moving suggests they know approval is coming. a few weeks ago, a congestional act for water act gave walnut cream approval for the expansion. >> they offered the city of walnut creek $5 milion for completion of the plan. the expansion may be good news for the traditional downtown. they hope the low vacancy rate will drive customers to the downtown area. okay. feeling sleepy? whatever you do, don't drive.
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chp and other state agencies are cracking down this week on people driving while drowsy. ark cording to the national highway transpor-- according to the national highway transportation drowsy driving causes 100,000 crashes a year. 40,000 injuries a year. 1,550 deaths. we spotted a boat coming back to fisherman's wharf with happy customers. the crab population is doing well. last year's catch highest on record. the sport season is underway and all indications are it could be another big year. >> everyone got their limit. dinner on the table. they were good size crab, too. commercial-grade. >> the commercial season opens on november 15th.
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however this year for the first time fishermen are limited on the number of traps they can set. a spike in crime on a bay area campus. what is being sought-after and who is being targeted? a multimillion project beginning this week in the east pwaeufplt how soon you will see the old bay bridge begin to disappear these are the hands a pediatrician. these are pioneering advances in heart surgery. and these are developing groundbreaking treatments for cancer. they're the hands of the nation's top doctors. kaiser permanente doctors. and though they are all different, they work together on a single mission: saving lives. discover how we are advancing medicine at join us, and thrive.
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efforts to keep students sa. kpix 5's brian webb --- witw students are taking precaut as well. police at uc berkeley has the police stepping up efforts to keep students safe. how students are taking precautions as well. [bell ringing] >> reporter: crime on berkeley's campus is up this year, way up. students are talking. >> i see a new story, every day, just like somebody is getting robbed on the south side. >> i heard people gotten mugged on campus more than usual. and i heard it there have been a few cases. >> reporter: the student newspaper shows technology is the target, iphone to laptops and students walking by themselves are often the victim. >> i think at nighttime it is bad. >> reporter: the campus police are starting more patrols.
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people feel safer on campus than off. >> once you are far off of campus, not that bad, it gets bad. >> reporter: students say the best way to stay safe is to be smart. >> students should try to walk with somebody. [bell ringing] >> reporter: back to you. >> and the students made a request to address the crime issue and come up with ways to stop it. the task of bringing down the old eastern span of the bay bridge is about to kick into full gear. beginning it this week it will be taken apart piece by piece. it must be taken apart in the reverse order it was constructed and the lightest mistake could spell a disaster. an implosion is out of the question. >> people asked why not blow it up. in addition to the environmental probations dropping it into the bay but you have the new span having
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traffic. >> in 6 weeks 1400 feet of the upper deck will be no more. it is expected to take three years to dismantle the whole thing at a cost of $240 million. a disturbing sight along the coast. what is causing a large number of star fish to die. it will warm up before tell go back down. ,,,,,,,,,,
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green belt is set to go und construction starting in january. big changes incl buildings.. 2 enjoy it while you can. the park is closing soon. the popular 1400 green spwelt
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set to go under construction starting in january. big changes include dog areas and central paths connecting it all. the northern half of the park between 18th and 19th street will close during construction. price tag of $13-$15 million. scientists at uc davis are calling it a quote strange anomoly. a large number of dead star fishlining the california coastline. they are dying from cstar wasting disease. it costs them to lose their arms turning them into goo. they report the disease killed up to 95% of the animals in tide pool populations. it is never this widespread. the sampling found it from alaska to southern california. >> they are going to work on that one. >> i was going to wonder how you were going to transition that to me.
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>> i am not going this. roberta? >> yes. we allowed the wind advisory to be canceled. good evening. now, take a look at the live camera. looking out towards the bay bridge and the waters are calm, the skies are overcast and currently air temperatures are 87 degrees in oakland east to the bridge. due west at 57. also in san francisco. to the south, san jose, middle 50s to the north. a pair of 5 and santa rose a today's highs. again, cooler than yesterday. but in one location, san francisco, yesterday, checking in at 60, today, 61, down from the average high of 66 degrees. notice we were under 70 degrees at all of our reporting stations. so, only 64 today in san jose. bottoming out tonight at 44 degrees. it will be cooler tonight than it was last night due to the lack of wind. so, therefore with partly cloudy skies in the 30s and the 40s. all right, here is what you
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need to know as you start a brand-new workweek. tomorrow morning, a shock to the system with the sun up at 6:37. it will be a cool start. then, sunshine a tad warmer. going up and then going back down by the tail end of the workweek. here is an area of low pressure. did you see the halo around the sun today? that was the cirrus clouds all masking the sunshine. those cirrus clouds were associated with this front that passed through the bay area yesterday and again today. dry as far as precipitation is concerned. cooler air mass associated with. it dirty ridge of high pressure allowed the clouds to skim into the forecast and carve an area of low pressure that is dropping out of the gulf of alaska. as it does that, the rain chances, i believe, will remain north of the bay area pretty much around the county. all right, statewide, monday, 60, 70s for the interior portion of california. middle 40s on the southshore
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after bottoming out at 24 degrees. 57 degrees in yosemite and 61 degrees in monterey bay, partly cloudy skies. looking at 70 degrees. an average autumn day. a series of 60s will be common. really a perfect day as far as stats are concerned for monday. 69 degrees in concord and upper 60s and 70s. we have a passage of the area of low pressure upstream on thursday. that will leave us will cooler conditions on friday heading towards the weekend. >> a storm coming our way. >> yes. all right, thank you. >> all right, i don't know what you are going to say about the raiders today. >> i can tell you, during the week, everybody was mentioning the "p" word, playoffs, maybe the raiders could be a play off
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team. a .500 record was on the line today. let's just say fools found the hole. ,,,,,, the great american novel.
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so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can
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a raiders win against the es would've evened their recort (4- 4) huge reason foe that was a painful game to watch today. >> i heard the grownses from the black hole from oakland all of the way into pleasanton.
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>> it was a tough one to swallow. the raiders needed a win. it would of even the record at 4-4. one of the huge reason for the surprise start, the defense, who were those imposters in raider uniforms today? chip's team put up the defense. already up 14-3. over dj, fell down, easy catch, cooper, 53 yards, 21-3 eagles. but, the raider comes back. jennings to make it 21-10 on the 8-yard score and then before the end of the 1st half, the eagles pack it on. plenty of time to find them wide open. 4 touchdown pass, eagles leading 28-13 at the break. davis could not believe his eyes. any type of raider comeback
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would be without mcfadden. now, jackson falls down. 6th touchdown pass. jason start for defense being gutted by the 24-year-old record-setting day. the 7th touchdown pass. that is 7, it ties an nfl record. 49-20 and oakland falls 3-5. >> i felt comfortable. i don't know. [dropped audio ] we had a bad day. all right. it happens. it happens to everybody. you go out and have a bad day. you don't know what you are capable of doing, that is what happens. at the end of the day it was an old fashioned butt whooping. >> 7 touchdowns in a road game the first since eisenhower was in the oval office. the sea hawk his no idea what
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hit them. winless tampa bay jumped out to a 21-0 lead. the jump shot, to crabtree. how about that? have you ever seen that? >> never. >> never in my life. >> too much time left on the clock. seahawks came back, all of the way back. russell wilson, to baldwin, touchdown, game tied at 24. going into overtime. 27 yard chip shot. the buccaneers are 0-8. the shade of red may be different but on a team overshadowed by his defense. the 3rd quarter they were looking to go up 17-3 but jeff tool picked up by smith, this is a 14-point swing. 100 yards on the return. the chiefs tie it at 10. kansas city defense leads the afc with 22 take a ways this season. 4th quarter, tied at 13.
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knocking it loose. scoops it up, he scores. kansas city beats buffalo. mike shanahan watches his team lose it in the 4th quarter. initially ruled as a touchdown but they review. it the ball does not cross the goal line. sandiego has to go for the field goal. scott, only two carries all season. he wins it with the third touchdown of the game. chargers fall 4-4. the mood was better on the cowboys sideline. remember last week? [ laughter ] now, down 3, going for it on 4th. peterson, he will not go down. dragged four points into the end zone. 25 carries, and a touchdown for that man. dallas would answer with a 90 yard drive to win it.
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tony, to harris, score. cowboys win 27-23. minnesota is going in at 7 for the first time since the kennedy administration. >> yes. >> perry, all smiles as he gets his season-long title. big crowds all week. for that man, couples did not get a point. began the day with 5 incomplete. did not let anybody come close. the pitch on 4. sets up an easy par. hosting the 9th win. 69 to win by 6 droves. it is perry going home with the cup and there 1 million prize for the tour's player of the year. >> i will tell you to win these. let's go. it has been a great year. [ laughter ] >> great thing about that tournament today and the man directing this broadcast, wayne can you take a shot of you?
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directing? >> no he can not. he will not do it. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> wayne was out there he watched this tournament. because it is a championship, you can get right inside of the ropes and be next to the golfers which you can not do on a regular tour. great event. >> mobile weather should have been there the weather was perfect. >> oh. >> "gameday" tonight at 10:30. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
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over the next 40 years the united states population is going to grow by over 90 million people, and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity and cities of opportunity? what we have found is that if that family is moved into safe, clean affordable housing, places that have access to great school systems, access to jobs and multiple transportation modes then the neighborhood begins to thrive and then really really take off. the oxygen of community redevelopment is financing. and all this rebuilding that happened could not have happened without organizations like citi. citi has formed a partnership with our company so that we can take all the lessons from the revitalization of urban america to other cities. so we are now working in chicago and in washington, dc and newark. it's amazing how important safe, affordable housing is to the future of our society.
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>> stahl: we were given rare access to the u.s. military base at guantanamo bay where 164 suspected terrorists are being detained. this is khalid sheikh mohammed's holding cell. he and four other al qaeda suspects are on trial for the attacks of 9/11. i've heard people say, "look, he's trying ksm. why are we contorting ourselves? these guys slaughtered 3,000 innocent people. this was not the battlefield; these were people going to work." >> pelley: you don't realize how over used the word "breathtaking" is until something actually takes your breath away.


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