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clinton e-mail case. good afternoon. i'm michelle griego. donald trump is working to fill positions in his upcoming d administration and as kenneth craig reports we're getting word if he plans to prosecute his former rival for her e small scandal. >> reporter: one more one, more prominent republicans made their way into the gold elevator at trump tower. while no announcements were made this week, senior trump advisor kellyann conway told msnbc that mr. trump does not wish to have pursue charges against hillary clinton for using a private e-mail server, and he is considering fellow republican dr. ben carson for secretary of housing and urban development. the trump transition team released video outlining plans for his first 100 days in
office including withdrawing from the transpacific partnership but no mention of a border wall or repealing obamacare, two key campaign promises. before heading to his florida estate for the thanksgiving holiday, mr. trump is also meeting with the new york times. this morning, the president- elect tweet that does he canceled the meeting because the s chged the conditions, something that the paper denies. in new york, kenneth craig, kpix 5. the president-elect has yet to comment on a report saying that his trump foundation, the charitable administration, admitting to breaking irs regulations. a report on guide star shows that the foundation reported
using money or assets in violation of the regulations for that year and in prior years. some are calling it the trump effect. the dow is over 19,000 points for the first time over. just a few hours ago, house leader nancy pelosi gave the keynote address at the annual thanksgiving prayer breakfast and told anne makovec about her latest conversation with trump and her thoughts on the democratic challenger. >> we are gathered in a very sad time in my view. >> reporter: nancy pelosi spoke at an interfaith breakfast. >> we prayer on sunday, and we can pray for the rest of the week. >> reporter: later, we got the chance to ask her about a recent phone call with president-elect donald trump. she told him she wanted to work with him to promote an agenda for women. >> it included child care and early childhood education, paid
leave. >> reporter: was he responsive? >> we had a good conversation. >> reporter: pelosi said her priorities for 2017, jobs, medicare, and veterans' health and challenging the house leadership by house representative tim ryan. >> we have respect for his enthusiasm. >> reporter: pelosi had a sit- down chat with mike pence and talked about the need for common ground and said she would, quote, enjoy the fight. anne makovec, kpix 5. this just in, a student is in the hospital after a pepper spray incident in a middle school. everyone, including the student in the hospital is expected to
be okay. school officials cleared the area of the contaminant and are trying to determine who sprayed it. taking a live look outside after a rainy weekend and a break yesterday, rain is back in the forecast. elizabeth is in for roberta this afternoon. it's clear and you can see, not a raindrop in sight buff we are watching a low pressure system that will make things active this evening. here is a satellite and radar picture. the next low arrives later this evening starting in the north bay and will move to the south. it shouldn't linger for long but parts of the bay area will see relatively significant rain especially in the north bay and santa cruz mountains, a couple of mountains there, less in the south day, and we're timing
things out in futurecast and we'll show you when the rain will first arrive. that's coming up in a few minutes. an early morning sunnyvale police chase ended in a violent crash killing a teenager. this was the scene just after midnight when police received a call benefit robbery suspects. after a multicounty chase, the suspects lost control and rolled it. an 18-year-old was thrown from the car and tied on 19-year-old driver, zaine dadabhai was charged. and we are getting word that there is a framework deal on the raiders that would keep them in los angeles. we have more at 5:00 and 6:00.
the san francisco mayor said that if general fund money for police and firefighters at at the stadium for the 49ers' game -- >> if they are not holding up their business relationship, we will have to change things. >> it's unfortunate that our relationship has come to this. what i would say is for the citizens of santa clara, what was set sun misleading. >> a 49ers' spokesperson said that they invited the auditors to get the documents they needed a month ago, documents that they don't want made public because it could hurt further negotiations. the team has until 5:00 a.m. to turn them over. after a week of bizarre behavior, rapper kanye west was
checked into the hospital. this comes after a of string of canceled shows and unfiltered rants. >> i still can't believe it. >> reporter: for a man who seemed to always find himself at the center of controversy, even this week was tough for kanye west. >> i would have voted on trump. >> reporter: after a string of mid-concert rants -- >> beyonce, i was hurt. >> reporter: and walking out on a show after 30 minutes. >> get ready. get ready. the show's over. >> reporter: -- the very public and outspoken rap star scrubbed his remaining concerts. police and fire were called to the home of celebrity trainy harley pasternak, and west was taken to ronald reagan ucla medical center for exhaustion. on monday night in new york
city, west's wife, kim kardashian was expected to make her first appearance since being robbed in paris last month but her mother, kris jenner, who was there, defended her son-in-law. >> he is just exhausted. he is really tired. >> reporter: this is the latest detour for the rapper fueling speculation about his health. >> kanye west has an incredibly full plate, music, a clothing line, a parent, and married to kim kardashian. if he was focused on just one of the areas, it could cause exhaustion. >> reporter: friend john legend expressed concern. >> we were concerned about him before that, and hopefully, he will have time to get things taken care of. >> west is said to be under a
the wheel of yesterday's crash that killed six children. "johnthony walker" police in tennessee have arrested a school bus driver behind the wheel of yesterday's crash that killed six children. a 24-year-old is charged with multiple counts of vehicular homicide. a mother who lost one of her three children on the bus told cbs news that they ifed -- asked the students if they were, quote, ready to die. >> right before the bus
flipped, he was speeding around the curve. just last week, he told the kids to shut the f up, that he got a hangover. >> the bus was carrying 35 students ranging from kindergarten to 5th grade. five died on keen and 1 at the hospital. the deadly crash has renewed the debate about seat belts in school buses. >> we know that seat belts will 11alives if we put one for every kid on every school bus. >> reporter: a 3-point seat belt like the ones in your car should be on every school bus but there is no federal mandate, six states require them, but only california meets the recommendation. the agency has been weighing whether to mandate belts on school buses for four decades. >> we are not denying this is going to be a challenge but we are looking how to help
everybody nationwide to get them safer. >> reporter: nftsa said that 4 children die every year in school bus crashes and believe its belts would reduce that by half you. >> they might be injected there if they didn't have the belt. >> reporter: with an estimated half a million school buss bus -- buses in service, the cost could be in the billions. >> manufacturers could do this on their open starting now. >> reporter: in part because of the cost it could take up to a decade or more if ever to get a regulation in place requiring seat belts. the ntsb believes that it would
improve school bus safety. kris van cleave. google has rolled out a new tool similar to traffic app, waze. it will tell you when a store is at his busiest. if you want to give a cheesy gift, look no further. cheetos has a luxury gift with a jewelry set for $20,000, a perfume called cheeto, and furniture. everything is available online. the lounge pants and paw are sold jut. it's been cool and crisp and dry and here is the weather headline. it's cold and crisp, and we have several rain chances over the course of the week. here's a look at the satellite and radar. this is a brief, dry break.
tonight into the overnight hours are the best chances for rain. we'll show you with futurecast as you can see tuesday throughout much of the day and in the afternoon, things remain dry. by tuesday evening, rain moves across the bay area. it won't stick around for long but clear through for the overnight and on wednesday morning, things look dry and continue that way. it's an important day to be on the road and it looks like good conditions for that. thanksgiving, thursday, high and dry and the high pressure system remains in effect with the next chance of rain on friday morning, friday at 5:00 moving into santa rosa and continue south throughout much of the day. if you are doing traveling, maybe up to the sierra foothills or lake tahoe, we have a winter weather advisory, snowfall from 3 to 8" expected and higher peaks, 10", so
expect travel delays. sunset tonight at 4:54 and sunrise tomorrow before 7:00, 6:59 a.m. here's a look at the high temperatures for later on. similar stories for yesterday, seasonal and maybe a degree or two average. san rafael, 60 d 63 in oakland and forecasting 62 in livermore and fairfield and 63 the forecasted high if san jose. we'll see more cloud cover overnight so temperatures will be on the warmer side, no 30s but still cold. 49 in san rafael and 45 in santa rosa, and 45 in livermore. here's a look at the unsettled weather pattern. rainy weather later this evening and continuing in tomorrow morning and clearing out for much of witness and dry on thanksgiving day and the next chance of rain on friday
today's tip of the day will be garlic. when i see garlic on the market, i walk at the display and look at how beautiful this is. it's gorgeous. very important. the new crop and old crop is mixed in. make sure it's a new crop. when you buy it, nice and white. a little purple tint is okay. squeeze it. if it starts to fall apart in your hand like powder, that's the old crop and all the wonderful garlic flavor will be gone. when you bring them home, throw them in a cool, dry place. garlic, a boafl garlic -- bowl of garlic on the counter because it is used in so many recipes. the flavor, you can't beat it. fresh garlic in the market, oh, such a wonderful thing and i'm tony tantillo, your fresh grocer. remember to eat fresh and stay
healthy. every week, we check in with our pet expert and what may be challenging your furry friends. today, what to expect after your pet has been neutered. >> i picked bosley because bosley was neutered, and he was captured. so that happens with male dogs, and his incision is right where my finger is here. and when they come home, there should be no real swelling or anything like that. bosley developed swelling and discharge and there was an infection because he licked it or got dirt there. so you call your veterinarian right away and let them get on top of it. and sometimes, one of those e- collars, the cones, but i don't like to call them that, but he looks perfect now, and really, it looks like skin and it
should look like nothing else. >> that's the physical part, and what about the way he acts? >> bosley never, ever complained of the illness, and that's a very good question and a lot of times when they come home the night of surgery, they may not want to eat but they should be getting their appetite back. and pain meds, they can really happen, and we have on the screen what to look for, and it should look like skin and really calm. >> bosley is acting normal so everything is good? >> yeah issue and thanksgiving is coming up. a reminder, no people food and anything faty can lead to pancreatitis and nuts can be toxic, and stuffing, too much stuffing can hurt their tummy.
so avoid feeding things from the table. onion and garlic are very toxic. >> dr. jill, thank you so much. we want to hear your questions for us. dr.jill will give you an answer on the noon news. ,,,, who says i shouldn't have a soda every day? my doctor. my dentist. definitely my wife. hey wait. we have better bubbles. make sparkling water at home and drink 43% more water every day.
there wasn't a soccer ball in cited. instead, the earthquakes teamed up to provide 5000 turkeys and food boxes for the needy. that's going to do it for kpix 5 news at noon. the bold and the beautiful is next, and we leave you with a beautiful time lapse, sierra at tahoe, and ken and liz will see you right here at 5:00. have a great afternoon, everyone.
>> quinn: first i want to thank you both for helping out with the festivities. >> pam: well, thanksgiving is very important to eric. >> quinn: and eric is important to al of us, isn't he, pam? >> pam: he's very, very important. >> steffy: okay. it's his favorite holiday, so let's just get through it without any drama, okay? >> quinn: yes, and, on that respect, you are reaching out to the family, making sure everybody's invited? >> steffy: yep. granddad invited them. i will make sure that they are here. >> quinn: thank you. >> steffy: i'm doing it for my grandfather, quinn. >> pam: same reason i'm making a big, fresh batch of lemon bars for him. >> quinn: oh, pam, do you really think that's a good idea? you know, doctor's orders... >> pam: a couple of thanksgiving lemon bars aren't gonna kill the man. >> steffy: i think he'll be okay. don't you, quinn?