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of santa clara -- gets even uglier. now the team is firing back at one city leader. now at noon, a stadium dispute between the san francisco 49ers and the city of santa clara gets even uglier. now the team is firing back at one city leaders. good afternoon, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. a battle off the field for the 49ers is escalating. the team is now speaking out against allegations they broke
the law. but as kpix 5's maria medina reports, the mayor of santa clara isn't backing down. >> we are holding them accountable. >> reporter: it's a play many are watching closely with santa clara mayor lisa gillmor playing offense. >> we have no knowledge of it. we have no involvement of it. >> reporter: and the 49ers playing defense. the team is accused of spending taxpayer money on maintaining and operating levi's stadium, a clear violation of voter- approved measure j. >> if you -- the 49ers management company would just give us the information that is required under the agreement, we wouldn't have any issues. >> reporter: last night during the city council meeting, the mayor warned the 49ers to hand over the financial documents auditors need to finish their job or city leaders would take the drastic step of taking away management from the 9ers. >> why haven't those documents been provided? >> those documents have been provided. >> reporter: 49ers spokesman bob lang says they invited auditors to get the documents needed almost a month ago, documents they don't want made
public because it could hurt event negotiations and the profit the city makes from them. >> we have yet to hear a response from the auditors to set up that meeting. >> reporter: what do you say to that? >> that's a very small part of it. we don't need to know how many bottles of water beyonce drinks. what we want to know is what are the expenses and revenues that should be flowing to the city of santa clara. so that's a diversionary tactic. it means nothing. >> reporter: the mayor says the public owns levi's stadium and nothing should be confidential. >> it shouldn't have gotten to the point where it's constantly being debated in the media. >> reporter: i asked the mayor, what's the point of the 49ers keeping financial documents from them if they are in fact doing so? she said she believes it's because the team recently asked to lower the rent by $5 million and they don't want to show the city just how much they're making here. at levi's stadium, maria medina, kpix 5. >> the mayor is giving the 9ers one week to hand over the documents to auditors or she says she will move forward with taking away management control from the team. breaking news in orinda where the fbi is conducting a
search at a home on moraga way. so far the fbi is only saying that it's serving a federal search warrant on a cyber matter. it has to do with a case outside of the area and there have been no local arrests. we'll bring you any new developments as they come into the newsroom. new at noon, a bay area woman says that she was a target of a hate crime while hiking mission peak in fremont. she says that when she got back to her car, the window was broken and a nasty note was left inside. a fremont city councilman posted the note to his facebook page calling the woman out for wear a hijab and said that this is our nation. the woman reported the note to east bay regional parks. fremont police say that they contacted the victim. they say that they are saddened to learn that this happened in the community and will help with the investigation any way they can. new at noon, a minnesota police officer is charged with second-degree manslaughter after he fatally shot and killed philando castile during a traffic stop back in july.
the prosecutor says officer her rand no yanez had no reason to to use deadly forth. it was streamed live on facebook by castile's girlfriend in the car with him along with a young child. castile told the officer he had a gun when he approached the car but evidence shows he never went for it. officer yanez will appear in court on friday. san jose fire investigators are trying to determine what started a two-alarm fire that destroyed a duplex overnight. the fire began at about 12:30 this morning on cypress avenue in the valley fair area. three people and one pet got out of the home safely but at last check a second pet was still missing. the red cross is helping the victims. tuition hikes could be in the works in california's two public university systems. kpix 5's anne makovec looks at how much more uc students may have to pay. >> reporter: the possible tuition hike could amount to about $300 per year for undergraduate students starting next fall. the uc board of regents began a
two-day budget discussion with talk of raising undergrad tuition for the 2017-2018 school year. >> just want to make sure that the administration would use those funds and help me out. >> we want to hire more people and provide more student services. >> reporter: but a survey found many uc students have more serious needs to be met. four in ten lack consistent access to high quality healthy and varied meals. >> it's a lot to take on to someone who is also focusing on trying to get to work on time, get to school on time, getting classes, getting -- >> reporter: a uc spokesman says nothing is official yet but that any increase would be covered by financial aid for three-fourths of students. >> the vast majority of our undergraduate students and our graduate students would not be affected by this. >> reporter: officials are also considering increases in tuition for out of state students of 5% and a possible 5% hike in the student services fee. >> for a lot of students, i
know it will actually be like a big factor contributing to whether or not they choose to dom berkeley. >> reporter: a decision on any tuition hike wouldn't be made until january. at uc-berkeley, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> the california state university system is also considering tuition increases. the proposal calls for an extra $270 a year for students at the 23 csu campuses. the in state undergraduate tuition at csu schools is currently $5,400 a year. there's a big showdown in court today that could put protective custody positioned golden state warriors arena -- that could put the proposed golden state warriors arena in jeopardy. they have to prove they didn't violate environmental laws. the state got a construction permit and a decision on an appeal is expected in weeks. a donald trump transition team says it's making progress following some changes. vice president-elect mike pence
just ordered the removal of all registered lobbyists. cbs reporter kenneth craig has the latest from manhattan. >> what do you have plans? >> reporter: president-elect donald trump's children and members of his transition team returned to trump tower this morning to fill key cabinet positions and craft an agenda. former goldman sachs partner steve mnuchin is said to be the front-runner for treasury secretary. >> there's a lot of things to do and i say the economic priorities are clearly taxes, regulatory, trade and infrastructure. >> reporter: mr. trump challenged reports that his team is in disarray tweeting this morning, totally wrong on transition. it is going so smoothly. the tweet comes after vice president-elect mike pence removed all lobbyists from the team. >> he is putting together his team. it's never easy to do, particularly when you're coming in not having been in government, so let's give him some space to do that. >> reporter: the president- elect is also raising eyebrows after his team told the press
poll he was in for the night and instead he went to dinner tuesday at a nearby restaurant with his family. the white house correspondents association responded saying reporters are in place to cover the president-elect and it's critical they be allowed to do their jobs. meantime, the company that own some apartment buildings in manhattan took down the name of trump after tenants wanted them removed. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. >> steve bannon trump's pick to be chief strategist will be at the zionist organization of america's gala this sunday with major republican donors, shell dan adelson. bannon is the former head of the website breitbart news. president obama is now in germany continuing his final foreign tour before leaving office in january. he arrived in berlin today. the president's trip will end in peru over the weekend. president obama's previous stop
was in greece and as cbs news' margaret brennan reports he is trying to assure the greek people that good relations will continue between the two countries under the new trump administration. >> reporter: a sightseeing trip to the acropolis gave president obama a break from his mission on this trip, assuring european leaders that donald trump won't abandon them. with an anti-american protest in the streets, mr. obama praised greece as the birthplace of democracy. but he warned there is a dark side to the type of populist movement led by mr. trump! >> we are going to center to guard against [ pause ] >> a rise in a crude sort of nationalism or ethnic identity or tribalism that is built around an us and a them. >> reporter: fast-moving economic and social changes have alienated people and leaders like mr. trump have successfully tap need that anger. another controversial topic
during the president's trip, donald trump's position on climate change. >> so obama's talking about all of this with the global warming and that -- a lot of it is a hoax. it's a hoax. >> reporter: that alarmed european leaders as well as his choice of myron ebell to lead his epa transition team. president obama is likely to hear similar concerns in germany. a key u.s. ally whose chief diplomat just called donald trump a preacher of hate. margaret brennan, cbs news, athens. >> tomorrow the president will meet with german chancellor angela merkel and hold discussions with french and british leaders. operations at oklahoma city's airport are back to normal today after a southwest airlines employee was gunned down in what police call an ambush. the victim is 52-year-old michael winchester. his son plays for the kansas city chiefs. the team tweeted out
condolences. police determined the suspect lloyd buie was a former southwest employee. he allegedly shot winchester in retaliation over circumstances that led to buie leaving his job. still ahead help for bay area minimum wage workers. how soon they will see a pay raise and how much. >> plus, heading back to the future with nike's self lacing sneakers. how much they will cost you. >> and it's been a chilly start to this day. we will see temperatures though warming up this week as more rain is on the way. details coming up. ,,
$15 an hour. right now it's $10.30. under the plan this july and january of 2018 it will go up before reaching $15 in january 2019. a city sponsored study found 115,000 workers will benefit from the increases but they don't include youth in job training programs. for people who use san francisco public libraries now is the time to find those overdue books and dust them off. the board of supervisors just approved an amnesty period so people who return overdue library items between january 3 and february 14 will not have to pay fines. the library says 155,000 people have overdue items. they owe a combined $4.5 million in fines. a live look from wall street now. the dow will try to finish higher for the 8th day in a row. right now, it is down 38 points. the post-election rally has been going strong with even the tech sector rebounding. target's earnings are
exceeding expectations. the retailer raised its fourth quarter sales and full year earnings forecast by nearly 9% trying to retain its status and will be offering special deals. snap the parent company of snapchat has filed paperwork to go public. the ipo will likely happen in march. it will value the company at 20 to $25 billion which could make it the biggest u.s. tech ipo since facebook. when facebook went public, it had nearly $4 billion in revenue and $1 billion in profits. we now know the cost of nike's "back to the future" inspired shoes. the retailer just priced itself- lacing sneakers at $720. when you put your foot in the shoe it lights up and the pressurer sensor makes the straps tighter. the laces are actually just for decoration. >> wow. on december 10 in sweden, the nobel prize for literature will be presented to bob dylan but one prominent person will
not be in stockholm. bob dylan. the swedish academy announced today he told them that he wishes he could receive the prize personally but other commitments make it unfortunately impossible. the singer-songwriter's website doesn't list any tour dates beyond this month. the academy does require that dylan give a speech within 6 months after the ceremony. time now for a check of our weather with julie watts in for roberta. >> we didn't get much rain this time around but guess what, we did get -- we are getting a little bit of snow. here's a live look at "sierra at tahoe." we have been seeing some snow flurries from time to time many ski resorts hoping to open this weekend. and take a look at doppler. right now in the sierra, not a lot of rain in our neck of the woods and we zoom into the sierra and we have plenty of snow -- some impressive cells here with a rain-snow mix. and then some snow flurries up there right around the lake today. as we make our way throughout the day this will taper off and over the next couple of days, more of this!
sunshine is what you can expect, blue skies over the golden gate. yes, we are on the chilly side today. the cool side if you will breezy with plenty of sunshine. temperatures are running in the upper 50s throw 60s throughout the bay area this midday. and we will warm up into the low to mid-60s for the warmer spots but not much warmer than that. a cool air mass in place behind the cold front that passed through, that is keeping temperatures cool today. and we are keeping it a little unsettled but as you will see futurecast is now taking any rain chances out of the forecast. so for the most part sunshine, not going to see anything in terms of rain until this weekend. that's when we get the next weather system. so here we are friday 3 p.m. we remain dry but take a look at this. look up north. we see showers move in overnight friday into saturday morning. this is just the beginning of this system which will move through and right now, looks like it will bring widespread rain off and on saturday, sunday, maybe even unsettled
weather into monday. so many of us will see a wet weekend at least parts of it anyway. in the meantime, we'll be dry for a couple of days. so breezy and cool today, sunny and mild for the rest of our workweek. and then this weekend once again does look wet at this point. high temperatures today, not that high at all, on the cool side of average, topping out in the upper 50s along the coast, low to mid-60s around the bay, and low to mid-60s for the warmest spots inland. 63 san jose. livermore maybe some 65-degree temperatures some spots in the east bay and that's probably about as warm as we'll get today, certainly on the cool side. sunset tonight, 4:57. sunrise tomorrow morning, 6:53. and a look at the overnight lows. now, this is really going to be the big weather story. i do think we'll see temperatures dip down into the 30s for some spots. could even see a little bit of frost in some of those wind sheltered locations. so something to be mindful of tomorrow morning. grab a jacket as you head out the door. but sunshine for tomorrow afternoon and again on friday, as temperatures warm into the upper 60s near 70 degrees. and then rain chances back in
the forecast saturday and sunday. possibly lingering on into monday. then we dry out by tuesday. >> you say cold, i get goosebumps. >> and you get to wear your winter socks. >> my fuzzy winter socks! >> it is one of the hottest food trends around. replacing carbs with vegetables. coming up how major foodmakers are trying to cash in on the craze. >> and we want to invite all you pet lovers send us your questions about their health and well-being. ust email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll have our pet expert give you an answer every friday right here at noon. cut carbs... replace them with (upbeat music) - [voiceover] you are san francisco. we've been with you from the beginning. we've seen each other through good times and bad. sickness and health.
that's one of the latest healthy well, well, today's tip of the day is going to be with escarole. i love it all year. mainly because it's great for us. it tastes good it's a superfood but for this time of the year all the until maybe beginning of spring i love it with sausage and beans. it's so beautiful. let's talk about selection and storage. make sure it's green all the way around free from any yellowing and it has to feel fresh. this is a superfood. so when you bring them home, store them in the refrigerator for two or three days, at the most. not much longer than that because if you do, the more you store it the more it will deplete the nutritional value. i just blanche it and then i put it in a pan with some sausage, that's already been cooked, canellini beans, olive oil, salt and pepper sliced cherry tomatoes, and that's all
you need to do and a little chicken stock for moisture. it's a beautiful thing. 'm tony tantillo, your fr esh grocer. nd always remember to eat fresh and stay healthy. i'm buying this now and making it. >> good. all right. cut carbs and replace them with veggies one of the latest healthy cooking tricks on the market. some companies are offering prepackaged versions. they may look like real carbs and taste like real carbs but they are actually vegetables. one woman has been cooking this way for the past three years. and she says, she lost 30-pound and the healthy food trend is picking up steam. big companies are cashing in by taking the prep work out. >> i have never eaten so healthy. i have never eaten so many different variety of vegetables in my life. i feel full of energy and focus. >> trader joe's is having a hard time keeping its rice cauliflower on the shelves and green giant is also giving the market a try. its frozen frozen vegetable sales have declined 25% in five years. the company hopes its new line
own a piece of the eiffel tower. a segment of the eiffel tower staircase will be auctioned off later this month. it went on display today in paris. the segment is 8.5 feet long. it's part of an original staircase that was cut into 24 pieces back in 1983. the staircase was replaced by an elevator years ago. this segment is estimated at $42,000. perfect for your home renovation. >> yes. why not? >> do a little demo there and how to walk down the stairs. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com ,,
♪ >> brooke: [ sighs ] >> bill: what's the potef closure? because it's what i need from you. >> quinn: [ sighs ] >> wyatt: oh, the conquering hero! >> kristina: awesome show yesterday, mrs. forrester. >> quinn: thank you, kristina. quite the stage manager, aren't you? >> wyatt: oh, no, nothing was staged, and your interns have been waiting for you. >> charlotte: here are phone messages from last night and this morning. >> kristina: e-mail requests for interviews and inquiries from buyers. >> pam: uh, charlotte, take the mail down to legal and accounting, will you? >> wyatt: uh, all of it? >> pam: no. the rest, uh, is for quinn.