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apartment that he shared with the baby's mother at around 4:00 yesterday afternoon. now, the baby is named henry ghouler romero. the signs went up immediately along the highway early this morning once that amber alert was put out. police think that the man is driving a 2004 gmc envoy california plate 6hil892. it has a large american eagle decal on the rear view window. police also say that this man did tell the baby's mother as he was leaving that he was planning on taking the baby out of state. live in sunnyvale, mangs, kpix 5. time for weather now. i guess today enjoy it, right? >> yes. may have some rain. we have partly cloudy skies out the door and patchy fog at the coastline early on. likes like things will clear
out nicely in some spots. 40s and some 50s right now. by the afternoon, we'll see a mix of sun and clouds. so today likely to be the warmest day of the week, although we'll see a few more clouds outside. temperatures this afternoon moving well into the 70s inland about 77 degrees in santa rosa. 75 in san jose. and about 71 degrees in san francisco. time now for your "kcbs traffic" with elizabeth. >> we'll take a look at highway 4 conditions now. they have that overnight roadwork in lanes for looks like another hour or so. the eastbound lanes of highway 4, expect various lanes blocked to be blocked between somersville and contra loma. in the commute direction westbound a few brake lights within the last few minutes approaching "a" street. westbound 580 it was a huge grind yesterday between the altamont pass and pleasanton starting right around this time of the morning after that earlier crash in livermore. not the case today. just your usual delays beginning out of tracy but overall does not look too bad. once you get past north flynn everything clears out.
here's a live look towards the dublin interchange. san mateo bridge traffic moving at the speed limit this morning both directions of highway 92. and if you are crossing the golden gate bridge, this is what it looks like. they should have four lanes now. we saw the crews in the last traffic report four southbound two northbound and once again you may see some extra traffic tie-ups on 101 especially north towards rohnert park. they got the new casino open second day now. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. election results now. voters in san francisco have rejected a plan to build luxury waterfront condos. 62% of voters shot down prop b known as 8 washington development in yesterday's off- year election. voters also rejected a related measure, proposition c, which would have allowed taller buildings at the same location. 8 washington project was approved by the board of supervisors last year. but critics forced the issue to a vote. >> we don't need 134 high-rise luxury condos that will really
change what our waterfront looks like. >> the waterfront alliance which opposed the project now turning its attention to a planned basketball arena. the group wants san francisco leaders to reassess the golden state warriors proposal on the bay. some stricter gun control laws passed down in sunnyvale nearly two-thirds of voters in the low crime city approved measure c to require gun owners to report a loss or theft of weapons to police within 48 hours. firearms will have to be locked up now when not in the owner's direct possession and ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds will be banned in the city. the national rifle association plans to sue in hopes of stopping it. the race for governor of new jersey was among several high-profile elections across the country. republican chris christie easily beat the democratter challenger. he got more than 60% of the vote in his democrat leaning state. >> i know that if we can do this in trenton, new jersey,
maybe the folks in washington, d.c. should tune in their tvs right now. [ applause and cheers ] >> see how it's done. >> his bipartisan support should boost his status as a potential front-runner for the republican presidential nomination in 2016. it was a much tighter governor's race in virginia where democrat terry mcauliffe beat republican ken cuccinelli by less than 3%. he is the former head of the democratic national committee. and the nation's largest city will have its first democratic mayor in two decades. bill de blasio easily defeated republican joe lhota. he will replace republican- turned-independent michael bloomberg who is stepping down after 12 years. illinois is next to allow same-sex marriage. the state senate approved it yesterday after it pass the statehouse. the bill goes to the governor who says he will sign it. a locker room fight at cal sent a freshman runningback to
the hospital. it happened friday between players who don't travel with the team. 18-year-old fabiano hale received stitches and treated for concussion. some students believe it's a symptom of the teams' dismal season. >> you get in fights every so often but it team is taking out their frustrations on each other. >> university officials say they are cooperating with the vex. san jose state officials will decide which classes to kurt just days before spring registration -- to cut just days before spring registration. they hold meeting and take questions this morning. departments were told last week that they must slash classes immediately. it was a year after voters cut prop 30 which promised to end school budget cuts. san jose is making a move to control wild pigs causing problems in the city as almaden valley. the pigs are known to roam nearby hills but lately, they have been venturing into the city tearing up grass in people's yards and the almaden
golf and country club. some occasions they have been aggressive towards humans. last night the city council approved a temporary plan to allow trained professional to trap and shoot the pigs. >> just really would have progressed to the fact that we would have been overwhelmed with the pigs. we're surrounded by homes. there was no way we can fence up the whole golf course. it's impossible. >> this is an exception to san jose's ban on firing guns within city limits. trappers will only be able to shoot the captured pigs until february 5. that should give the city some time to come up with a long-term solution. parks will soon be off limits overnight in san francisco. the board of supervisors voted yesterday to close parks from midnight to 5 a.m. supporters say the idea is to cut down on vandalism and illegal dumping. homeless advocates say the new ordinance will displace thousands of people who sleep at parks at night. it could take at least a month for the new law to take effect. the anticipated crowds showed up for the opening of
the new casino up in the north bay. thousands poured into the graton resort and casino in rohnert park yesterday morning. the parking lot was full in no time. within two hours of opening, the doors were shut because it couldn't hold any more people. lines were so long a woman passed her way past security but didn't get away with it. out she comes. the crowds so big they closed the doors as mentioned after two hours. casino officials say they created 2,000 jobs. labor leaders say they are pleasantly surprised about the wages and benefits. they are above the market value for sonoma county and most of the workers are full time. >> whoever wants to make a career here, it's possible. i'm happy, you know, i'm disabled. you check me with my new car the next month or two. >> casino officials say dealers make an average of $40,000 a
year but you add tips and that can substantially increase the pay. a man set on fire on an ac transit bus in oakland is being treated for second- and third- degree burns on his legs. 18-year-old sasha fleischman was sleeping on the bus monday evening. he woke up to find his clothes in flames. police took a 16-year-old suspect into custody at oakland high school. police used surveillance images from the bus and talked to witnesses to catch the suspect. our brian webb tried to get an answer from the teenager. >> reporter: can you tell us why you did it, sir, tell us? why would you do something like that? >> the suspect did not have anything to say. fleischman is listed in stable condition. some other bay area news now. questions are being raised about a potential witness being sought in the case of a patient that was found dead in a stairwell at san francisco hospital. an attorney for five members of the sheriff's department says he wonders if that man even exists. the possible witness reportedly
told a worker at san francisco general hospital that he saw a person lying in the stairwell and that was days before the body was discovered. pg&e is facing yet another fine. the cpuc has cited the utility with an $8.1 million penalty. pg&e is accused of hiring an outside contractor that did not conduct proper pipeline testing. that contractor was fired and the new tests were done. pg&e has 10 days now to either pay the fine or file an appeal. time now is 5:09. a piece of history up for sale. who gets the first crack at candlestick seats. plus -- >> she had fallen and hit her head. but just like joy, she got right back up. >> keeping her stride until the very end. the san jose woman is remembered days after she made history at the new york city marathon. >> and marilyn monroe is making a comeback. where you can see her again coming up. >> a few more clouds moving across our skies but today will
actually be warmer. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and we have a stall and some roadwork that's counter-commute in the livermore valley. we'll talk more about that coming up. but first, we're kicking off something new around here. we want to know what drives you crazy during your commute? you can ask a question or even share a gripe. go ahead, complain. email us at email@example.com or tweet me at #wengerelizabeth. and watch to see if your question gets answered right here on our air. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, you got to love the weekend.
any recipe. just ten bucks every saturday and sunday. today tastes so good. richie incognito. :08-:11 (beep) (cnn clip) welcome back. we have some new video of recently suspended miami dolphins lineman richie incognito. [ screaming and cursing ] >> the pro bowler shirtless shouting racial slurs and cursing at bar mates earlier in the year. he is accused of bullying stanford grad jonathan martin so bad he had a breakdown and quit the team. incognito denies the allegations. he is trending on twitter this morning. also trending amber alert. police are searching for a missing infant out of sunnyvale. toronto mayor rob ford publicly admitted to crack use. hugh jackman fox wants him back
for a third wolverine movie. and marilyn monroe. >> just an example, what do you wear to bed? do you wear pajama tops, the bottoms of the pajamas, a nightgown or chanel number 5. >> marilyn monroe is doing an ad for chanel number 5 from beyond the grave. last year the company discovered unheard audio from an interview monroe did with "marie claire" in 1960. she talked about only wearing the iconic perfume to bed. the global campaign rolls out this month. >> 50-some-odd years she is dead and we're still infatuated. okay. let's get a little traffic with elizabeth. >> we'll start off with new problems now. new problems. always a new problem. we are seeing slowing from westbound 237 to northbound 101. they have temporarily closed
that ramp so they can clear an earlier accident. so delays behind it in sunnyvale. things okay sunnyvale okay at the 880/237 interchange. okay towards zanker road. bay bridge everything good on the approaches. yesterday 4 was a mess. huge gravel spill major delays heading towards the bay bridge. right now everything is clear including the eastshore freeway commute 19 minutes now pretty typical between the carquinez bridge to the maze. golden gate bridge traffic everything flowing nicely out of novato all the way down through san rafael. and heading towards doyle drive really nice and quiet all green on all the traffic sensors and now that it's past 5:00 the roadwork has also been picked up northbound 880. they have various lanes blocked. we haven't seen this that while approaching the downtown oakland exit between 23rd and broadway. all lanes are now reopened and caltrans says it's free and clear. southbound and northbound. southbound traffic looks great
heading past oakland airport and continuing down towards highway 92 in hayward. bart is also a great option today. so far they have all their trains running on time including those downtown san francisco spots. and we show you a check of your drive times. for this time of the morning, everything is quiet including westbound 580 through the altamont pass. there is some roadwork still in lanes eastbound going against the commute approaching north greenville but again in the commute direction everything looks free and clear. and if you have any questions about your morning commute once you hit the roads, tune to our radio partners, kcbs 740-am and 106.9-fm. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." for your warm forecast, gosh, it was gorgeous yesterday, here's lawrence. >> yes, today going to be warmer. a few more clouds likely to cruise across our skies. we are seeing that right now outside. some patchy fog out toward the coastline. a few clouds otherwise. the temperatures a little warmer. 40s and some 50s now. as we head toward the afternoon, we'll find a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures still moving in the upper 70s inland. low 70s inside the bay. and upper 60s out toward the
coastline. here it is. high pressure still holding on for one last day. but flattening out a little bit, you can see a couple of weak weather systems off the coastline that are starting flatten that ridge somewhat so we'll see a few more clouds but the temperatures are going to stay mild. these numbers going to be the warmest of the week after that. maybe the jet stream begins to dip further south. and we talk about the possibility of some rain. temperatures in the 70s in the central valley. 67 yosemite. 70 in monterey bay. looks like around the bay a mix of sun and clouds. still some warmer temperatures. 57 in san jose. 74 in mountain view. about 67 degrees in pacifica. east bay numbers moving as high as 75 in brentwood. 76 in livermore. and about 74 degrees in the napa valley. north bay 75 in petaluma, 73 in novato, 71 in mill valley. 71 degrees also in san francisco. looking out over the next couple of days, we are going to see a mix of sun and clouds. some cooler temperatures as we head in toward tomorrow. those numbers continuing to cool right through the weekend. now it looks like on veterans day there's a chance of showers
and a chance of showers continuing on tuesday. so maybe more importantly, these don't look like big storms. but looks like finally the pattern may be shifting. we start to head into a winter pattern. >> you like that. and we need that, right? >> it's been dry for so long. we absolutely need it. >> i have some friends coming out from boston. it hasn't rained in 46 days. when are you coming in? monday. i'm so sorry. >> it won't be here for long. thank you. 5:18 now. investigators are looking into the death of this man who jumped from a helicopter off the orange county coast. authorities say 61-year-old gregory mcfadden booked a helicopter tour for two but showed up alone before jumping into the waves off newport beach. the pilot's father says the son tried everything to stop the apparent suicide. >> the guy started to kind of struggle. the aircraft kind of pitched up. so my son had his hand on his shirt. his shirt ripped and then the guy just went out the door. >> rescuers performed cpr on the man once he was brought to
shore. he died at the hospital. passengers had to scramble to safety after a plane caught fire in month you can. 250 people on board the royal air flight out of morocco. the boeing 767 had just landed at the montreal airport when flames broke out yesterday. five passengers were injured while sliding down the emergency chutes there. a conveyor belt overheated while luggage was being off- loaded and caught fire. back to business at the new jersey shopping mall the scene of a the shooting monday night. the garden state plaza in programs was closed yesterday as investigators gathered evidence and crews cleaned up the scene. no victims were killed or hurt during the shooting . the gunman was found dead in an apparent suicide. the oldest woman to ever compete in a new york city marathon has died. san jose's joy johnson was 86 years old when she ran the marathon for the 25th time this past weekend. she fell and hit her head
around mile 20. but she got up and kept going. joy appeared on "the today show" the next morning seemingly fine but died that evening in her sleep. >> joy johnson, this is -- if i can ask you, how old are you? >> 86. >> how about that? johnson finished the new york marathon in 8 hours. it's 5:20 now. from one continent to another, how tiger woods is proving he has his swing back. and i'm dennis o'donnell, a streak on the line at the tank last night and why is michael crabtree smiling? the answer coming up. i want you to be smart.,,e. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at kp.org
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a bridge in istanbul. the p golfer took part i how about tiger woods? stopping traffic in turkey when he hit a golf ball off a bridge in istanbul. the pro golfer took part in a publicity stunt for the airlines world golf finals. locals aren't happy about it because it closed the bridge which connects the continent to europe and asia during the busiest time of the day. well, a few hundred dollars can get you a piece of bay area sports history. the seats from the old candlestick will be sold soon. the 49ers will given season ticketholders the first chance to take their seats home with them, then other fans can get in line. pairs of seats will cost $649. the money will go to san
francisco city parks. good morning,good morning, everybody. 49er linebacker aldon smith practiced yesterday for the first time since leaving rehab. it sounds like his time away was productive. >> just taking it one day at a time, you know, getting back here being around the guys, and uhm, just, you know, getting my life back at home. i got a 10 month old son so i'm doing the father thing so i'm just trying to, you know, make sure i'm all ready to go. >> more good news. 49ers receiver michael crabtree practiced yesterday for the first time since tearing his right achilles' tendon on may 21. target day for his return is december 1. that's a week before they play seattle. and aaron rodgers will miss three weeks at least with a broken collarbone. seneca wallace will start for now. sharks hosting the sabres who have the league's worst record and the game was tied at 3 in the third period when buffalo reclaims the lead at 4-
3. but the sharks still don't have a regulation loss their name. tommy will poke it through for the game tying goal forcing overtime with the sharks losing last night 5-4 in a shootout. the mariners hired lloyd mcclennon to be the next manager. seattle finished 20 games under .500, their fourth manager in six years. they are looking for stability. jim harbaugh one on one interview with me tonight in our 6:00 news. have a great day, everybody. thank you, dennis. play of the day now from the nba. toronto's rudy gay has been in a shooting slump but makes this one by accident while falling down through the tall trees. and he is going to get it, throw it up, gets the foul, not bad. he gets the bucket. despite this, the raptors lost at home to the heat 104-95. but there is your play of the day falling down. not bad. >> pretty good. 5:25. coming up, waterfront roads. voters overwhelmingly reject the new condo complex at 8 washington. what the defeat could mean for the golden state warriors new
[monotone] she says, "switch to progressive and you could save hundreds." call or click today. your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald an amber alert is now in effect for a two-week-old baby from the south bay. i'm live in sunnyvale where police believe that baby may be in imminent danger. >> san jose state braces for more budget cuts. what programs could be on the chopping block. >> looking like the warmest day of the week today but big changes after that. we'll talk about it coming up. >> and we have much better news now for the compute in
sunnyvale. they finally reopened the connector ramp between 237 and 101. we'll have all your traffic details in just minutes. good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, november 6. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. 5:30 now. kpix 5's anne makovec gathering some new information on some breaking news down in sunnyvale. >> anne, an amber alert is issued across california after a two-week-old is taken from his mother. >> yeah. and police say the baby was taken by his father but that the father has made previous threats to harm himself and the baby. we found this picture on facebook of the suspect [ non- english language ] 22 years old, 6 feet tall. he lives with the baby's mother on an apartment on helen avenue in sunnyvale where he was last seen taking baby henry romero at around 4 yesterday afternoon. the signs went out along the freeways after the mother called police late last night and that amber alert was issued
early this morning. police think the suspect is driving a 2004 gmc envoy california license plate 6hil892. it has a large american eagle decal on the rear view window. obviously, if you see that vehicle, call 911 immediately. police also say that this father had told the mother that he plans on taking the baby out of state. right now, live in sunnyvale, anne makovec, kpix 5. we're following some developing news out of san francisco's outer richmond district this morning. we just got off the phone with san francisco fire about this building fire on clement street. it started just before 4:00 this morning. the flames as you can see still there. the building has apartments, retail shops and a church. everyone inside got out safely. no word on what started the fire. 5:31 right now. let's check the weather. >> a few more clouds outside this morning but going to be warmer. enjoy it. we have changes coming after that. but for today looking at more sunshine and a mix of sun and clouds. these temperatures moving well into the 70s inland.
out the door partly cloudy skies this morning some patchy, dense fog at the coastline. did they just turn the lights off on us on the bay bridge? come on, guys, leave them on a little longer. oh, there they go. looking good. temperatures 40s and 50s right now. i think toward the afternoon, we'll see a mix of sunshine and some clouds, 76 in cupertino, 75 in san jose. you will see some 70s into the east bay moving well into the 70s there. and inside the bay plan on 71 degrees in san francisco. and about 70 degrees in sausalito. all right, let's check the roads now with your "kcbs traffic" with elizabeth. >> thanks, lawrence. >> out we go towards westbound 580. first the commute is better than yesterday. the bad news is delays are usual delays just beginning now beginning in tracy 205 then continuing out to north flynn the thickest traffic right now and then it looks like things improve towards the dublin interchange. we have a live camera this morning. maybe a few taps of the brake lights approaching hacienda but for the most part everything looks good for the commute. like i said a much better day
today so far than what we saw yesterday. here's a live look starts with a glare across the san mateo bridge. but westbound 92 still looks good probably one of the amber alert signs. everything on the roads is okay towards foster city if you are leaving hayward. a live look across the golden gate bridge bridge. nice flow of traffic. four southbound, two in the northbound direction and this is day two for the new casino opened in rohnert park so we are still expecting tens of thousands of people to hit the roads on 101 traveling towards santa rosa. better news in sunnyvale. that ramp reopened westbound 237 to northbound 101 still a few brake lights but no longer a detour is necessary. that is your latest "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. those luxury wasn't front condos won't change the look of san francisco's waterfront after all. 62% of san francisco voters rejected prop b, 8 washington
development, in yesterday's off year election. they also rejected prop c to allow taller buildings at the same location. our political analyst melissa griffin-caen joins us with more. >> good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> all right. tell us about the waterfront plan in san francisco. what happens? >> you know, i went to it the poll yesterday with christopher at about 6 p.m. and we were voters number 34 and 35 at our polling place. [ laughter ] >> wow. >> so as soon as i saw that i thought, wow, this is really in trouble because what you have here is a dedicated group of folks who are very, very much against the project. and there was really no constituency in favor of the project. and nothing else on the ballot that was going to get people who weren't fired up to the polls. so with this low voter turnout, remember, the director of elections estimated 35% voter turnout ended up being around 22%. basically what you had is only the people who are very much against this project turned out for various reasons related to
the fact that every day we see notices that ellis evictions are up, rents are, people were not inspired to vote for luxury condos and they didn't and it went down in spectacular fashion. >> they spent $40 million of the teachers retirement money to do this as an investment. that fails. what happens next? >> reporter: they all have to go back to the drawing board. they have to look at the money they spent and look at the possibility of sorted of saving as much of this project as they can and moving forward. is it time to cut ties? there is no way they can fix this. they could come back with a shorter version of the development project that fits within the 84-foot requirement and it could be really awful and neighbors would hate that maybe just as much. but they wouldn't have the opportunity to vote on it because it wouldn't require a height exemption so this story is certainly not over. you can bet they are going to circle back together and figure out how they can make this work going forward.
>> let's turn to nationwide elections. amazing. >> reporter: it was very interesting to see everyone on pins and needles watching the virginia governor's race and that one was very close. and actually, if they waited a few more weeks the obamacare rollout was so clunky it started to cause problems for the democratic candidate but the vote happened right at the right time. and democrat terry mcauliffe beat the tea party candidate in ken cuccinelli in a big upset and the direct result of the government shutdown in alabama, we saw the tea party candidate also lose to a more moderate candidate in a republican primary. so not a great day for the tea partiers. everyone is going to be looking to these elections as they determine where they put their money for next year's congressional races in november 2014. >> politics there. we are going to talk about sunnyvale because they passed that gun measure down there. >> reporter: they did. and it's about to go to court. [ laughter ] >> we'll hold to you that. that's coming up at 6:30 and the secession didn't work out too well, either. >> reporter: no, it didn't. >> thank you. remember that you can find more
of melissa's segments on firstname.lastname@example.org, analysis, right on our website, kpix.com/mornings. president obama is heading to texas today to meet with volunteers helping to sign people up for health insurance. at the same time, his top health officials will be in the hot seat again on capitol hill. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius will answer questions about the troubled healthcare.gov website. >> we are now more than 30 days into one of the greatest website disasters in history. after nearly $400 million, healthcare.gov is synonymous now with failure. >> yesterday, the head of the government agency that administers the website says repairs are already starting to work. marilyn tavenner says the website can now process nearly 17,000 people every hour with almost no errors. some blue shield customers will get to keep their health insurance for a little while
longer. the company is canceling california policies in the wake of the affordable care act but the state insurance commissioner is threatening to sue the company now. the health insurance giant was supposed to give families 180 day cancellation notice but only gave 90 days warning. >> blue shield refused initially to comply with this law so i notified them that i would file a court action to force them to comply. >> blue shield will now send out a correction notice. customers who want to keep their coverage longer need to respond by december 6. happening today, san jose state is slashing classes across the board. students will have fewer options and crowded classes come next semester. as kpix 5's cate caugiran reports, departments were given just hours' notice. cate. >> reporter: yes. this news comes just as students registering for the new spring term. so the future for san jose students and faculty right now is up in the air because what it looks like, it looks like a balancing act at this point.
the department heads were told just last week to slash programs to keep the school afloat and sources say those department leaders are going to meet today at 10:30 to talk about another round of budget cuts to the tune of $16 million. now, for students and faculty this will mean increased class sizes, classes dropped and potential layoffs. in addition, professors may have to teach classes outside their expertise. this news comes as a shock to students and faculty because just last year california voters approved proposition 30 promising relief from budget cuts like these. a university spokesman tells the "san jose mercury news" it's about cutting the school's $32 million deficit and last month it was clear that the school's academic programs were on track to overspend $3.8 million. so university leaders are saying this is not a midyear cut but instead they are just asking the academic programs or departments to operate within the budget but if we're talking
less money and fewer classes, if it walks like a duck, it certainly talks like a duck. live in san jose, back to you in the studio. >> a university spokesman says at this point they don't know how many classes or programs will be cut. some of the highest home prices in america are right here in the bay area. it's true. alexis christoforous now of cbsmoneywatch.com with the findings of a new survey joins us live in new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. yup, california is home to the five most expensive real estate areas in the country. malibu is the most expensive with an average home price of $2.1 million. newport beach has the second most expensive real estate in the u.s. followed by saratoga, california, los gatos, and san francisco. new york is the only state that has marks ranked on both the most expensive and most affordable list and cleveland, ohio in case you're wondering is the most affordable real estate market there an average 4 bedroom home goes for 64
thousand dollars. here on wall street, we're pointing to a higher open after a mixed day yesterday. the dow was down 20. nasdaq up 3. it certainly didn't take long for customers to sound off on kmart's decision to open at 6 a.m. thanksgiving day and stay open for 41 straight hours. hundreds of kmart customers took to social media and threatened to boycott the retailer. they said it is heartless and shameful that kmart won't let employees be with their families during that holiday. and ryan reese certainly knew when to hold 'em. the 23-year-old poker professional from michigan won the world series of poker main event last night at the end of a dramatic 3.5-hour card session. he walked away $8.4 million richer. and frank and michelle, i'd say he also has some major bragging rights this morning. >> he can buy a lot of houses in cleveland with that money. >> there you go. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that's right! >> alexis christoforous of cbsmoneywatch.com, thank you.
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yves rossy jumped out of a helicopter and then used hit engine powered wing to circ the iconic 12-thousand foot mountain. check out the jet man soaring around mount fuji. he jumped out of a helicopter and used his jet engine powered wing to circle the 12-foot mountain. his dive speed was 180 miles an hour. this is his first asian jump. he made history in 2008 to be the first man to cross the english channel with the same jet powered wing. one of the cleveland women kidnapped by ariel castro said he lured her in with promises of a puppy. we're hearing more from michelle knight after she told dr. phil about how she was then tied up and locked up. >> when he came back through the door, what did you think would happen? >> i thought i would get killed. >> what did he do when he came badge? >> instead, he untied me, takes me to the basement and he ties me up to a pole with
chains wrapped around it. the chains were so big, and he wrapped it around my neck. he sets me down on the floor and he says, this is where you're going to stay until i can trust you. now, if i do it too tight and you don't make it, that mean you wasn't meant to stay here. and that means god wants to take you. so he proceeded to put it around my neck and then he tied it around my stomach, then he took my hands and bound it behind me. and he took a motorcycle helmet and he put it over my face where i couldn't breathe at all. and later on, i didn't remember a thing because i had passed out. >> ariel castro held knight and two other women captive for more than a decade before they were freed earlier this year. castro died in prison in september. a new tool is allowing parents now to keep track of their kids from their cell phones. the app is called the lassie
project. it lets you map your kids' route to school or anywhere else. you track them by using their phones. parents get a notification if the child goes off course. if they can't reach the child parents his "escalated" and neighbors are notified to start searching. >> we wanted the ability for a parent to press a button and have the world essentially around them stop and say, hey, we're going to help you find this kid. >> the app's creator says he was inspired after the abduction and murder of 10-year- old jessica ridgeway in colorado. time now 5:47. let's check the roads with elizabeth. how's it looking? >> it's okay if you are heading towards the bay bridge. it's a whole lot better this morning than yesterday. yesterday was a grind especially later on in the commute. but now no metering lights and at 5:47 this morning slight delays in the outer cash lanes. once again like usual fastrak users still have no problems getting into san francisco. here's a live look at the nimitz. they picked up the overnight roadwork early this morning so
northbound 880 very quiet right now up towards your downtown oakland exit. and approaching high street. better news in sunnyvale. we were watching a fender- bender with a noninjury crash in sunnyvale. for a while they closed the connector ramp. everything is reopened. highway 4 an unusual amount of slowing and i'm not sure why. it's very slow-and-go right now. pretty much in the slow category as you can see from all those red sensors from "a" street towards your antioch exit. anyway, something must be going on. nothing in our chp reports. but just a heads up. once you gets towards pittsburgh then things improve. westbound 580 very sluggish as well coming off every out of tracy to 205 approaching vasco road we are seeing more slowing. that's why the drive times are about 25 minutes between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. and if you are heading through the macarthur maze, this was our problem spot yesterday. we had a gravel truck over turn pretty late in the morning commute yesterday. just jammed up the works at the caldecott tunnel. anyway, nothing like that this
morning. all the approaches to the bay bridge still look pretty good. and bart has 41 trains and they are all on time. that is your "kcbs traffic." this is our last gasp of warm weather i guess. for more on that, here's lawrence. >> for a little while at least. it looks like we have a few more clouds outside this morning as you step out the door. looks like it's going to be a great day ahead, other than a few clouds, we'll see a lot of sunshine between the clouds and that means the temperatures will be warmer outside. but we have some patchy fog out toward the coastline early on. mild to warm as we head in toward the afternoon. then big changes coming our way as early as tomorrow. high pressure holding on for one last day but the ridge starting to flatten out just a little bit. you can see a lot of clouds cruising over the top of that ridge so the warmest day of the week today some mild temperatures tomorrow, we start to cool things down and then much bigger changes in the latter part of the weekend. around the state, you're looking at 74 degrees in sacramento and sunny there. 75 in fresno, 57 degrees partly cloudy in lake tahoe and 70 and sunny into monterey bay. temperatures around our bay today moving well into the 70s inland. you will see 70s inside the bay
and even some upper 60s toward the coastline with a mix of sun and clouds. looking out over the next couple of days, we'll start to cool down. more cooling into the weekend. and as we get into veterans day and tuesday, a chance of showers returns to the bay area. not the biggest storms we have seen but looks like a return to a wet pattern. it looks like that will continue well into next week. schoolcast for today for windmill springs elementary school home of the wildcats. if you are headed out the door this morning, looks look a mostly clear start a couple of passing clouds, warming up throughout the day. partly cloudy skies, 70 degrees by lunch recess. final bell, temperatures in the mid-70s. but that's a weather school if i have ever heard one, windmill, right? i love the sound of that. if you would like to nominate your school for our schoolcast, go to kpix.com/schoolcast. and you can enter your school there. >> that's the school you should have gone to. >> i think i will go back. [ laughter ] >> yes, why not? >> i think you need to go back.
you knew that was coming. [ laughter ] thanks, lawrence. 5:50 now. the old bay bridge will stay up a little bit longer. efforts to tear down the bridge were supposed to begin today. but the start date has been delayed until the debris containment system is in place. the entire demolition process will take three years. and remember the bolts that threatened to delay the opening of the new bridge? we are now learning crews are a month behind on installing the permanent fix. over the summer we got a look at the seismic saddles that are supposed to solve the problem. the installation should be done though by the beginning of january. a weed windfall is pumping money into a northern california county. people from across the country are filling the streets of nevada county to help trim this season's marijuana harvest. they are pumping a lot of extra money into local businesses but city officials say they don't want the county to be just known for pot production. >> if we want to recruit, say, a high-tech company, they may be given pause because they
know there's a lot of marijuana up here and if they have young families working for them, it's kind of hard to get them to relocate. >> trimmers say pot jobs are especially attractive because often they are paid in cash and avoid paying taxes. a bay area foster mother of 90 gets a special surprise from queen lateefah coming our way. >> and an elaborate exercise in patience and precision. but was it one for the record books? the aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7.
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4,845 books for the chain. at the end. 2,000-foot-long trajectory which took six minutes the book set off fireworks. the association made an attempt the next morning to break it with 5,000 books but the second chain didn't complete its trajectory. >> cool, though. >> they are fun to watch. bay area mom and jefferson award winner got not one but two surprises on the queen lateefah show right here on kpix 5. >> that's right. claudia was featured in a segment called moms who rock. she fostered nearly 100 children over the last 14 years. >> how does it feel to have that kind of impact on their lives? >> it feels great. it feels that i have actually accomplished something in this world. i could die tomorrow and i would be accomplished. >> and you've done it 90 times. [ laughter ] [ applause and cheers ] >> she was reunited with nearly a dozen of her foster daughters on the show and that was surprise number 1.
>> now matter what trouble we got into she believed in us and taught us to believe in ourselves. without that we wouldn't be here. so thank you for everything you've done for us. we love you. >> wonderful surprise there. well, surprise number 2, a $10,000 kitchen makeover. the queen lateefah show airs weekdays at 2 p.m. right here on kpix 5. >> coming up on kpix 5, san jose students are going to have san jose state students are going to have a hard ever time getting into classes next semester. we'll have the details on the latest round of budget problems that threaten to cut programs. >> reporter: we just got some new information on an amber alert issued overnight for a two-week-old baby taken from his mother. the latest next. ,,,,,,,,,, [ male announcer ] some things are simply better at home.
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an infant abduction prompts an overnight amber alert. authorities say the father took him from his sunnyvale home. >> at a time when many of us believed there's an affordability crisis, san francisco said we don't need 134 high-rise luxury condos that will really change what our waterfront looks like. >> the 8 washington project is defeated. that means no condominium waterfront development. now it can open the door for leaders to reassess the golden state warriors waterfront arena proposal. >> classes are in jeopardy at san jose state university this morning. big budget problems means deep cuts for school programs. >> get in line! >> expect a crowd on the roads again this morning as lots of people head to the newly opened graton resort & casino in rohnert park. from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." captions by: caption colorado email@example.com >> we heard the whistle and threw it up there. >> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald. good morning, it's wednesday, november 6. i'm frank mallicoat.