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by living off the grid. completely. or... just set the washing machine to cold. do your thing. with energy upgrade california. . now at noon, thousands of google employees are staging a walk out. once the clock struck 11:10 local time, all eyes were on google's head quarters in mountain view. thank you for joining us. i'm kenny choi. >> and we are finding out more about why these walk-outs are taking place. jackie? >> reporter: the event here in
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minutes ago. you can see people are still tricking out -- trickling out from the main plaza. the people who walked out and around the world say they are tired about how the company handles sexual misconduct. and they jammed the plaza adjacent to charlie's cafe, the main lunch spot on cafe. from the sky we can see a message saying not okay google. these people want a list of things that will be different. and they want going toll start sending out annual accountability reports to keep with the lines of transparency. in a new york "times" report last week it said that google quietly protected at least three male executives from sexual harassment claims letting with sizable
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pay-outs. they have fired 48 people for sexual harassmentment they said none of them received exit packages. we asked the employees in mountainview why it was important for them to walk out this morning. >> i think it is also important to have -- to show that people in engineering care about representation because women are unfortunately not well represented in engineering at the moment. >> reporter: google's ceo was aware of the planned walk-outs and wrote in a statement that, quote, the employee also have the support they need if they wish to participate. the employees have raised constructive ideas for how we can improve our policies and going forward, we're taking in all of their feedback so we can turn these ideas into action. something that these employees were demanding here today and the latest diversity statistic numbers released, % google employees are male.
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in mountainview, kpix 5. and check out the crowds around the world. staff at london's google office, in dublin, ireland and new york office today. the google employees in singapore also took part. the republican gob gob candidate cox is in sacramento. he is now on a campaign tour to get his message help is on the way out. he is making his final push before next woke's midterm election. >> we have got to keep people here. we have got to make sure that this state takes care of its people and provide as quality of life take we can all enjoy, and -- that we can all enjoy and that's what this campaign is all about. >> cox is expected to appear in santa barbara later today. and his opponent is the democratic candidate gavin newsom. on election night we have you covered on all of the races. our reporter also be live covering the bay area's hottest races and our team will be here to break it all down in the
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studio. watch it live. coverage starts at 8:00 p.m. tuesday on this just in, a debt collection company has agreed to pay $9 million to settle a lawsuit filed by santa clara county district attorney. it accused ally interstate of harassing thousands of consumers in 18 ths ofrobo call the settlement also requires the company to provide training to its employees and maintain records of calls and complaints. the complaint was originally filed by the riverside district attorney and later joined by several other counties. the police all over the bay area are trying to stop side shows before they begin. >> and we have more on a wild night in san jose and the crackdown. >> reporter: it certainly was. there were several arrests and several vehicles impounded. now, officers busted some of the side shows. you can see one of them right here like this.
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that was at 880 about 1:00 this morning. you hear those cashes burning -- cars burning rubber, and other vehicles are forced to back up at the intersection. one of several side shows that took place overnight in the south bay. they got intel of when and where people might be gathering and then divided forces to try to stop them. the chp arrested two people and san jose police issued three citations. one of the arrests was made after a crash under highway 87 involving a vehicle possibly related to a side show. the officers say that the driver tried to take off in another car, but they caught him. at least two vehicles were impounded for 30 days, and now the officers are hoping that people who attend these side show also get the message that it -- shows will get the message that it is not worth it. >> it is dangerous. you're putting yourself at risk. you're standing around vehicles which are doing erratic
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maneuvers with driver whose are not -- drivers who are co monitoring some of the side show activities from above and notifying officers on 2 ground which vehicles -- on the ground which vehicles to look out for. no injuries were reported. michelle, back to you. >> i'll take it. a traffic alert to tell you about now, two lanes of interstate 880 are blocked near the dixon landing often ramp. large chunks of dirt spilled on to a roadway after a semi truck crash. it is unclear when those lanes will reopen. jo other . other bay area headlines. a fire at the golden gate national recreation area. water supply was an issue due to the building's remote location. right now the fire is currently under investigation. a gunman shot three teenagers in san jose. it happened around 10b8g 10:00
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last night. they received a call of a third victim. and all three are recovering. they are expected to be okay. the gunman, however sstill at large. the police believe that -- however, is still at large. the police believe that not gang related. this is to make room for a new power substation in san francisco. back in 2016 the grove street entrance was closed. the jewish community in pittsburgh, pennsylvania is preparing to lay more victims to rest as the suspect in the synagogue shooting pleaded not guilty today. during his federal court appearance, the 46-year-old robert bowers requested a jury trial. he was arraigned on 44 counts, including murder and hate crimes. bowers accused of killing 11 ring six others on saturday. the federal prosecutors say that will be pursuing the death penalty. >> they have the sweetest smiles. they lit up the room. they love their family, their children. they love tree of life. they love their religion. they just love human kindness. >> the funerals for three more victim also be held later this
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afternoon. tomorrow the oldest victim of the massacre, the 97-year-old rose mallen gear lbe one of the last -- will be be one of the last laid to rest. her daughter was injured as well. and the race is about immigration for president trump. mola lenghi has more details from the white house. >> reporter: both democrats and the republicans are putting together their closing arguments with democrats trying to asemiable that blue wave -- assemble that blue wave and president trump trying to put together a campaign trail blitz. president trump warned supporters in florida about the supposed danger from the caravan of refugees marching to the u.s. from central america. >> they got a lot of rough people in t gels. they are but we're getting prepared for the caravan, folks. you don't have to worry about that. >> reporter: the first group of soldiers the president has deployed to the border have
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already arrived and he says more could be coming. >> our military is out. we will go up to between 10,000 and 15,000 military personnel. >> reporter: and ne to change t amendment of the constitution to end birthright citizenship. >> i believe that you can have a simple vote in congress or it is even possible, in my opinion, this is after meeting with some very talented legal scholars, that you can do it through an executive order. >> reporter: president trump is spending the last week on the campaign trail working to make sure republicans don't lose control of the senate. >> rick scott always delivers for the people of florida. >> reporter: he rallied with rick scott in florida last night and will travel to missouri tonight where the republican josh holly is looking to unseat the democratic incumbent claire mcstle she gosupport omkean whose we are as -- plans who we are
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as democrats. we chews unity of division. we choose our allies over our enemies! >> reporter: biden heads to north dakota today. some big names campaigning in georgia today for what has become a very tight gubernatorial race there with vice president mike pence campaigning for the republicans, oprah winfrey there campaigning for the democrats. mola lenghi, kpix 5 news, the white house. ahead, a new study reveals oceans are warming faster than anticipated. what this means for our climate te she hadet r missn to heme this week's jefferson award winner. we are warming up quite nicely across the bay area. a beautiful live look erunder mosunny skiesment i'll let you lois warm weather will last coming up in just a few minutes.
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california's public schools rank 44th in the nation. 44th. i'm marshall tuck, i'm a public-school parent, and i know we can do better. in the public schools i led, we got more funding into our classrooms, supported our teachers, and we raised graduation rates by 60%. that's why president obama's education secretary endorses me. we've done it before. now, let's do it for every public-school student in california. i'm marshall tuck. i'm running for state superintendent.
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fran giants fans are remembering willie mccovey. the hall of fame first baseman died yesterday after a long ba wries healthlook at mccovey at&t park in san francisco where people have been stopping by all morning to pay their respects to the man that the cove was naped after. stretch, known for his height and long arms, hit 521 home runs in his major league career, which spans four decades. his personality made him an even bigger hit with fans. mccovery took the national league rookie of the year honors in 1959. the giants' second season in california and he was the league's most valuable player
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in 1969. he won the rookie of the year in 1959 and after retiring in 1980, he served as an ambassador of the team. mccovey was 80 years old. the affordable care act open enrollment begins today. the period er15 uninsured consumer also no longer be fined for no longer using the program. earlier this year the trump administration made short-te comprehensive. it also exclouds those with preexisting conditions. new at noon, the los angeles "times" is reporting on a new study that suggests that there is a large build-up of heat in the oceans. over the past 25 years our oceans have retained 60% more heat this year than scientists previously thought. the scientists published show take green house gases emitted into the atmosphere may persist for hundreds of years. that is even if human emissions are reduced to zero. and starting today the window is open for the maverick
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surf contest. the event is only held when wave and weather conditions meet strict guidelines. it has been held only 10 times since it was created in 1999. the window runsgoing to get it we are looking at warm temperatures. a lovely view of mostly sunny skies. there are high clouds in the sky and check out these temperatures. we are warming up here from concord at 78. oakland at 69. san francisco in the mid 70s. 77 for you in san jose and 79 in santa rosa there. the satellite and radar view, this is all because of a strong ridge of high pressure that is in place and remains in place keeping our weather pattern pretty much the same over the next several days. so the future cast to take you through the rest of the afternoon, we will have take sunshine for all of us across the bay area. for tonight as well, and then for tomorrow morning, we could see some areas of clouds there along the coast and by the
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golden gate and then the sunshine friday in the afternoon. the future cast rainful just to show you, we -- rainfall just to show you, we continue to see rain for the pacific northwest. for us we'll continue to stray dry because of the ridge of high pressure. so even on future cast the next five days, not a lot of change. our sunset at 6:10 and our sunrise at 7:36 for tomorrow. the day time highs for today, warmer than yesterday and above average temperatures for this time of year. 73 in san francisco. 78 looking at 73 to 75 in san francisco. 78 in oakland. 79 in fremont there. 83 for livermore and, of course, we have the big game going on, the raiders and 49ers going on today at 5:20. for kick-off, 80 degrees. and here is that forecast. you can see as we head through the rest of the work week and into the weekend, above average temperatures, and for the start of next week, still warm and
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sunny. >> okay. now that we see that. >> thank you. checking out wall street right now, stocks doing pretty well at this hour with about 40 minutes to go before the closing bell. the dow is up more than 200 points. uber and lyft, the internet, digital money, the power grid, cell phone powers, they all rely on gps. but experts and lawmakers warn the gps system we use for free is facing a growing cyber security threat and time is running out. >> this is a major national security issue. >> the threat is real. we see it on a global basis. >> we hope it is not going to take a 9-11 or a katrina-like disaster. >> tonight at 11:00, how hackers are figuring out ways to warp a critical signal to create gps chaos. we'll be right back
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sault weapon. pushed the desert protection act through congress, and steered billions of federal dollars to california projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off ...trump's efforts to kill the affordable care act." california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. california values senator dianne feinstein
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. in is a live look from our huge plume of smoke there. we're trying to gather details a lot of smoke in that area. we'll give you details as we get them. >> we're going to stay on top of this and you can always check our web site,
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for updates. a woman has made it her mission to help the homeless. >> the hygiene items are on this table. >> reporter: she brings bagged lunches and hygiene kits to the encampments. >> these encampment leaders are actually our friends. we hug them. we talk with them. we sit anwiththem every week. >> reporter: the delivery is a lifeline for kerry, who has been living under a bart train overpass for three years. >> oh, man. she is a blessing. everybody here to help us, they're all blessings. >> reporter: candace and her small army of volunteers are part of the feed the hood, a bimonthly program that has provided more than 2 3,000 lunches and hygiene kit0s the residents -- kits to the
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residents. >> that takes a toll to see people live thing crises. >> reporter: candace founded the e. o.c. in 2016 as a way to engage her community and build political and economic stability in east oakland. >> a lot of us have been displaced. >> reporter: the volunteer says events like feed the hood are critical in maintaining the city's sense of community as many are pushed out by skyrocketing rents. >> this 5:00 stiffity is important for me because -- this activity is important for me because a lot of us are reeling from the changes that are happening here. >> we cannot wait until we get housing in order to take care of the needy and the needs. >> reporter: candace is an inspiration. she is extremely passionate about creating a bridge between the people and resources that creates equity. >> reporter: the non-profit's homeless crises response team works with residents when encampments need to be moved. it uses social media and word of mouth to recruit volunteers
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like the first-timer eugene jackson. >> it k nd of puts things into perspective that we're all just a check away from being right here. >> it gives you hope that there are so many people in oakland who want to make a difference. >> reporter: each feed the hood event costs more than $10,000 and is funded solely by community donations. candace says her dream is to expand into other cities where there is a need. >> we're here to serve the people that is my passion. >> reporter: so for helping east oakland resident whose are homeless, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to candace elder. alan martin, kpix 5. proposition 11 solves two issues.
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first, it continues to pay paramedics while we're on break. second, it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 9-1-1. vote yes on 11. >> it ensures the closest ambulance can respond if you call 911. vote yes on 11. in an emergency, minutes matter.
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it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. an update on that breaking news we just brought to you in richmond. we have learned that the smoke is from a brush bay view avenue we have a crew headed to the scene. >> and we'll have an update at 5:00 and 6:00. tonight, just how bad ca
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big corporations are making and just got a huge tax break. but the middle class is struggling. prop c is a common-sense plan. the top 1% of businesses pay their fair share to tackle homelessness for all of us. companies with revenue greater than $50 million pay, not small businesses or dem,
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nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you.
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♪ >> bill: do i have to remind you why i'm in the hospital? >> ridge: i'm not here to talk about that. >> bill: you can't take the moral high ground, forrester. not after you pushed me over that balcony. now, if i had pressed charges, you'd be the one waiting to be released. >> ridge: released? >> bill: on bail. but i don't want to be that guy anymore. this whole experience has made me want to change my life. i'm trying to practice forgiveness. so don't make it so damn hard. you're welcome, by the way. >> ridge: come on spencer. you're not trying to be a better person. you're trying et


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