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now at 6:00 rapid fire earthquakes felt in some parts of the south bay. >> what scientists say is the real signal from all the shaking. >> we're live with word that some striking marriott workers do vote on a new deal by tonight. >> and tariffs hit home literally, so get that to do list ready. the cost of home remodel projects is about to jump. we'll explain. kpix5 news at 6:00 begins right now with a rough wake-up call in some parts of the south bay.
a series of earthquakes shaking people awake, our devin fehely covering that story for us. we're also facing a red flag warning for the weekend. paul is in the weather center now watching that. but first those quakes. near salinas they rattles the south bay. the shaking started with a 4.1 quake followed by a string of others. our devin fehely says they did get the attention of scientists. >> reporter: the cluster of quakes was centered along the san andreas fault 20 miles east of salinas but could be felt across a large swath of the south bay and central coast. >> i took like four steps and felt the ground moving. so i asked my husband who was still in bed that was an earthquake, right? he said yes. >> reporter: the initial quake was followed in rapid succession by several smaller aftershocks. nearly a dozen would rattle nerves for the next half hour before finally tapering off. >> the pattern of earthquakes, there was one large earthquake this morning and then a series of smaller earthquakes that followed. >> reporter: unlike a typical earthquake swarm that can last
days or weeks, researchers say what happened this morning that the threat of bigger or more quakes lessens the threat of shaking, but it is a reminder that we live in earthquake country where the big one can strike any time. >> i do believe the little ones relieve some of the pressure, but i think the big one is inevitable and when that may be, who knows? >> earthquakes like this where they're large enough to be felt but not large enough to cause damage or injury, they're terrific warnings that we live in earthquake country and there's no time like the present to prepare. >> reporter: the usgs stresses that everyone needs to have a plan about what they would do as an individual and member of a family in the event of a major earthquake. they say that should include having a stockpile of supplies, food and water, that's capable of lasting several days. in gilroy, devin fehely, kpix5. the other threat from mother nature, high fire danger. mount diablo could see strong winds. chief meteorologist paul deanno is here with a red flag
warning. paul? >> just like earlier this week where we live it's going to be 5, 10, 15 miles per hour, but in the mountains above 1,000 feet that wind will be howling tomorrow up to 50 to 60 miles per hour, some of the wind gusts. that's why it's the hills above 1,000 feet in both the north and east bay that are under a red flag warning. it starts at midnight tonight and lasts through the day saturday until sunday morning. we're windy in the hills the next 36 hours or so. the warning is not for the urban areas, but the fire danger is everywhere throughout the bay area and it's high. use extra caution if you're hiking or camping this weekend because these fires don't just spontaneously happen. the red flag warnings are for a rapid spread if one starts. we'll have more on the seven- day forecast and how warm we'll be coming up. >> thank you. breaking news right now on the month long marriott strike, this evening we're learning strikers at one bay area marriott could reach a deal by the end of the night. julie watts now with how this
could all play out. what can we expect? >> reporter: well, the union tells us right now that they are expecting to vote on a deal in oakland tonight and if approved by the end of the night, hotel workers in oakland could be back on the job by tomorrow morning, but they are still nowhere near reaching a deal here in san francisco. in fact, i spoke with some of the picketers behind me in san francisco at union square. never say they aren't surprised. -- they say they aren't surprised. they were starting with the smaller steps first, those cities with one or two hotels like oakland and san jose and moving on to bigger cities like san francisco, boston and hawaii, bullets as the strike lingers on here, the board of supervisors called a rare special hearing today. hundreds of hotel workers showed up lining the halls of city hall today and the first order of business was the elephant not in the room. the marriott ceo declined invitation. supervisors noted low income housing in san francisco starts
at 55,000 a year. the union says the average marriott employee makes just 44,000. dozens of hotel workers gave emotional testimony today explaining why they say one job at marriott just isn't enough. >> i need to pick up my kids and then go to another job and i'm the only one they have and i cannot afford to be sick. >> i've struggled with homelessness. >> my oldest daughter has a pacemaker. >> reporter: now both the mayors of oakland and san francisco sent a joint letter to marriott yesterday asking marriott to come to an agreement with the unions. they were saying "these folks deserve a job that is enough to live on, one job that is enough to live on." we did reach out to marriott today. they provided us with a response. they said that, "while we respect our sorbets' rights to voice their opinions and participate -- associates' rights to voice their opinions and participate in opinions, we are disappointed they decided to resort to a strike."
hotel workers in oakland are expected to vote on a tentative deal today. however, folks in san francisco, boston and hawaii won't be returning to the negotiating table until november 12th. in san francisco, julie watts, kpix5. another fire at a homeless camp in oakland, you can see our salesforce tower camera caught the large black plume of smoke from across the bay. snapchat video shows the scene. this is up close ground level near i 880. the thick smoke could be seen for miles. firefighters are still on the scene dousing hotspots and officials say 15 shelters were destroyed and the fire scorched the bottom of the 22nd avenue overpass, not clear just how many people were displaced. we're told this is one of the largest encampments in oakland. just yesterday in richmond there was a fire at a homeless camp near 580. crews had that fire under control within 30 minutes. the fbi confirms a second
suspicious package has been found at the burlingame post office. it was addressed to billionaire hactivist tom steyer. that is the same location where authorities -- activist tom steyer. that is the same location where authorities intercepted a package last week. the package was taken from the facility and rendered safe. it was one of more than a dozen similar devices mailed around the country. steyer responding to the latest incident, "these threats are not isolated but are a part of a larger assault on the norms that uphold our democracy." the supreme court said a trial over the decision to add a citizenship question on the 20 with tent census can censn g. the trial willnow start monday in new york. california was one of dozens of states to sue over the plan to add the question. more californians than ever before are registered to vote, but will they actually cast
ballots? kpix5 political reporter melissa caen has the latest numbers for us. melissa? >> reporter: we're at san francisco city hall where early voting has been going on already for weeks and now just five days away from the big day we learned from the california secretary of state that nearly 20 million californians are now registered to vote, but with that record high registration are we going to see record high voting? >> ail record 19.6, almost 19.7 million -- a record 19 moye 6, almost 19.7 million californians are now registered to vote. >> reporter: padilla is proud of the new registration numbers. since 2016 nearly 225,000 californians have registered to vote. >> it it also represents over78% of eligible californians registered to vote, the highest percentage heading into a midterm election
in nearly 70 years. i think it's clear to say that californians are fired up and ready to vote this year. >> reporter: but are we really? political data, inc. is a consulting firm that tracks ballot returns and so far the data slows a pretty normal midterm turnout. >> there is also a -- shows a pretty normal midterm turnout. >> there is also a bunch of new registrations from voters who never registered before and might not have really wanted or sought out voter registration. >> reporter: paul mitchell is a vice president at pdi. he says the state's new motor voter program has a lot to do with these higher registration numbers. under the new program citizens who visit the dmv are automatically registered to vote unless they opt out. >> that automatic registration is likely going to fill our voter files with a lot of voters who might not really be inclined to vote on election day. >> reporter: there still could be a surge in voting between
now and election day and padilla says whatever the number the state is ready. >> our democracy works best when everybody particles. -- participates. >> reporter: i asked how many of the new voter registrations are attributable to the new dmv program. he said hundreds of thousands. if that's true, that explains all or nearly all of the new registrations since that 2016 election. in other words, what we might be seeing is just the automatic voter registration and not necessarily voter enthusiasm. live in san francisco, melissa caen, kpix5. >> the you can stay up to date on -- you can stay up to date on all the state and local races. go to www.kpix.com/election. we have you covered on election night. we'll be bringing you live results and analysis all evening starting at 8:00 with our special live stream on www.kpix.com. tariffs hit home, why the cost of that home repair is
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the if you have any big home improvement projects on your to do list, you're going to want to get them done before the end of the year. kpix5 reporter da lin is live in oakland where the trade war with china is about to hit home. da? >> reporter: that's right, veronica. a lot of homeowners are moving up their projects dates to buy their products now. in fact, a lot of store owners tell us chinese made cabinets and flooring could cost a lot
more. we're talking about on average hundreds of dollars more come january 1st. ken rinella and his daughter-in- law pam just ordered their kitchen cabinets. >> we're doing a full kitchen remodel. >> reporter: they want to decide on a countertop soon before the prices go up. >> it's 25% more on materials. we're hearing the same thing from all vendors. fortunately we're shopping now. >> reporter: at sincere hardware i found this landlord loading up this truck with thousands of dollars worth of cabinets. >> i'm framing and i'm buying my cabinets right now. i'm buying most of my stuff now. >> reporter: he's renovating 8 rental units trying to beat the price increase. >> i have to increase my rent, so therefore i'm going to pass the buck to my tenants. >> reporter: many chinese store owners say come january 1st they anticipate to pay a 25% tariff on construction materials imported from china. >> it's fantastic news for us.
it gets us in the entry level game which we really can't compete with the imported cabinets on. >> reporter: the tariffs are providing a much needed relief for companies that sell american made cabinets. >> it's going to even the playing field. it just gives us the ability to be in the game with a better product. >> reporter: but some business leaders worry the higher prices could lead to other problems. >> subcontractors, if they bid on a job already and they already quote a price, but now they cannot deliver. so we anticipate there are many, many losses. >> reporter: we're hearing for the first time some contractors are adding price escalation clauses in their contracts just because there's so much uncertainty related to the tariffs. store owners are hoping the trump administration and the chinese government can come to some kind of compromise before january 1st. live in sincere hardware in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix5. a b.a.r.t. employee is honored this evening for saving a rider's
life in the east bay. b.a.r.t. officials say after midnight on monday at the dublin pleasanton station train car cleaner vincent seals jumped into action when a rider was found unresponsive. seals laid the man on the floor, began cpr and within minutes and with the help of a b.a.r.t. police officer the man started breathing. seals said this is the first time he's used his cpr training. >> great to be prepared. a happy reunion in fremont today when police were able to return a horse to its owner. fremont pd posted this photo after twitter after finding this horse wandering near mission boulevard and east las palmas avenue. you see the brand there? tw the horse named mills was reunited with its owner a few hours ago. >> good news there. >> happy trails to you as he rides off into the sunset. oh, my gosh, i got them all on friday. >> the sunset looks gorgeous. the sunset is spectacular.
at 6:09 it happened and it led to great colors out there. call any of your friends or text them or facebook live. i don't even know how you contact people anymore. i'm going to contact you with some weather information right now. thanks for watching. morgan hill 86 degrees, san rafael 82, a beautiful shot of the golden gate and marin headlands, san francisco 73 degrees which is 8 degrees cooler than yesterday half moon bay 66. fall back this weekend, sunday you get an extra hour of sleep. with small children good luck with that. they'll just get up one hour earlier. satellite and radar we have a ridge of high pressure sitting just off the california coastline. this happens a lot. the question is really how long will it happen? keeping the storm track way up to the north and keeping the rainfall away. we like balance, love sunshine, got to get some rain in here especially with the fire danger elevated now. the ridge is not going to move.
so things really are not changing for a while. we'll stay dry each of the next seven days, mainly clear tonight. we'll get an offshore wind tomorrow. you'll see the afternoon highs but no fog overnight, the first sign things are changing a bit from this morning. redwood city 53, santa rosa 59, oakland 54. we're warmer tomorrow with the north winds, 82 in oakland, 85 in vallejo, 81 in san jose, november 3rd , very warm throughout the bay area, but we will have gusty winds and high fire danger tomorrow only in the hills. on sunday the onshore breeze returns. that's only forth a few degrees. we'll stay sunny, mild and dry across the board for each of the next seven days. that's your forecast. >> sounds good, paul, thanks. still ahead a 49ers cheerleader goes viral, how she is reigniting a national conversation. >> i've got stories to tell inside sports, among what we'll bring you out of the ashes of
as we settle in, let me tell you something, nothing reich an overnight sensation. no one saw it coming. 49er quarterback nick muens rea night. the first nfl regular season game and wow, nick mullens threw for three touchdowns and he picked the raiders apart 34- 3. how big was this? mullens began the night with only 4,300,000 followers 4,300 followers -- with 4,300 followers.
>> i think someone told me after the game. i was a lot more excited about things than that. >> i think mullens killed it. >> reporter: who is nick mullens? >> he's the man. what you mean? he's been doing it every single time he steps on the field he does this stuff, man. it's nothing new to us. >> here's how memories run deep. 9er head coach kyle shanahan's dad mike was fired as head coach of the then los angeles raiders in 1989 after a 1-3 start. kyle was almost 10 years old at the time. >> i grew up a huge 9ers fan. i also grew up a raiders hater. >> oh, shanahan had to enjoy his defense sacking derek carr seven times. the three points they allowed was the lowest since 2015. oakland dropped to 1-7 with the loss but still coach jon gruden is confident he will make the raiders into a winner again.
>> i know it's not looking pretty right now, but i've heard a lot of negativity over the last six or seven months and rightfully so, but we're going to build a championship football team here and i know a lot of people as players, as fans and, you know, just in general want to be part of this. pivot to the nba, of course, no demarcus cousins tonight when the warriors host minnesota tonight, not going to see the big fellow suiting up for a while as he rehabs from a torn achille's tendon. cousins has been scrimmaging at the dubs practice, not against steph curry, kevin durant and is the rest of the team's all- stars. >> some rookies, some coaches, some has beens. >> reporter: have you gotten in any of those? how would you label yourself? >> i just coach those games, yeah, stand on the sidelines and bark out instructions. >> so it's friday, allen. you know what that means? story time is back. i'm coming back in a half hour
and when i do, i'm going international like you've never seen before. >> i'll get my slippers and recliner. >> you have glasses like demarcus cousins. that's all i want to know. >> i will encourage people to sit at my feet as i regale you with another story. coming up in our next half hour. >> a 49ers cheerleader goes viral. >> reporter: that cheerleader took a knee on the turf here at levi stadium during the playing of the national anthem, just ahead the raiders fan in the front row who sent out a tweet that's now bouncing around the country. >> apple has its worst day on wall street in four years, what's behind the selloff. >> and elon gets real as he talks about his twitter use and workload, what he revealed in a podcast interview.
you're watching kpix5 news. our top story at 6:30, people are still buzzing about the 49ers cheerleader who took a knee at levi stadium. >> although the protest is hot on social media, kpix5's len ramirez says the team is taking a pass. >> reporter: levi stadium is where colin kaepernick first staged his silent protest for racial injustice more than two years ago, although last night's protest by a gold rush cheerleader was not the first time a cheerleader had protested during the national anthem. it is getting a lot of extra play because of social media. our kpix camera captured the moment when a 49ers gold rush clear leader took a knee during
the national anthem, but today head coach kyle shanahan brushed away the question about the incident. >> don't know about the cheerleader who took a knee. i don't have a thought about that. >> reporter: gold rush cheerleaders are technically not 49ers employees. they work for a company called e2k events and entertainment in mountain view. no one from the company would comment or return phone calls. >> i can't even use any phone at this point. >> reporter: a raiders fan from new york city was in the front row and tweeted this picture of the unidentified cheerleader which quickly went viral. >> getting so many retweets and replies and it's interesting because some people any she's really awesome and other people are like you should fire her. >> reporter: colin kaepernick first sat down during the national anthem at the start of the 2016 season. he then switched to taking a knee to protest police brutality against african americans. the protest was taken up by other nfl players and cheerleaders and it has sparked both national support and outrage. some 49ers fans today did not
want to talk about what the cheerleader did. >> i didn't think much of it. i just was so excited in enjoying the game. >> reporter: but others support her silent statement. >> i don't really think it's a bad thing that she did. she took a platform and made good use of it. hopefully she gets to keep her job. hopefully she doesn't get in too much trouble. >> reporter: we reached out to the gold rush organization several times but did not get a comment. the full name of the cheerleader involved last night has not been made public. nfl cheerleaders' names are generally not publicized for security purposes. in santa clara, len ramirez, kpix5. we want to get you to breaking news out of san jose right now. what you're looking at is a plume of smoke that can be seen across the valley. this is a house that is on fire in san jose. the fire right now is burning at ferrari avenue at mineta international. fire crews are en route to the scene. we'll keep an eye on this for you. apple took a bruising on wall street today posting its
worse loss in over four years. shares tumbled by 6.6% on a week revenue forecast and flat figures showing iphone sales have essentially peaked. the tech giant is still turning a tidy profit, though, by charging higher prices for its signature phones. the company had a big quarter, but its holiday quarter forecast came in weaker than expects and in a real curve ball for -- expected and in a real curve ball for investors epa said it will no longer provide unit -- apple said it will no longer provide unit sales numbers and that is a worrisome sign for the stock market. the major indices all finished in the red today, but the tech sector markets are higher on the week thanks to strong gains in the past three days. tonight elon musk said he may no longer want saudi arabia's help to take tesla private. in an interview with recode he pointed to the murder of journalist jamal khashoggi as the reason. back in august musk stunned wall street by announcing his plans to take tesla private in
a tweet. saudi money was supposedly going to make that happen. musk later dropped the idea. the sec fined him $20 million. musk admitted to recode he doesn't have much of a filter when it comes to twitter. he simply tweets things as they come to him, but he added he plans to be a bit more careful when it comes to messages that could move the market. musk also talked about the past year running tesla and spacex, a challenge he described as excruciating. he said he is now spending less time at tesla than earlier this surgery when he was putting in 120 hour weeks. he claims that he's now down to a much more manageable 80 or 90 hours. president trump is now trying to clarify what he meant when he suggested the military can open fire on migrants armed with rocks. during remarks yesterday about asylum seekers the president said, "when they throw rocks like they did at the mexico military and police, i can consider it a rifle."
today the president said he never said shoot. >> they do that with us, they're going to be arrested. there's going to be problems. i didn't say shoot. i didn't say shoot, but they do that with us, they're going to be arrested for a long time. the. >> but this same caravan -- time. >> but this same caravan the president vowed to keep out is suing. the class action lawsuit names the president and his administration and claims immigrants are allowed to seek asylum anywhere in the united states and that president trump is violating the constitution by deterring the immigrants. >> if you're the president of the united states, you have a responsibility if for nothing else than to not use words that inspire hate and violence. >> the president is expected to sign executive orders next week on the migrant caravan. on the sweeter side of politics the bay area artist behind this ice cream artwork, ben and jerry's push to get people to the polls. >> reporter: i'm don ford in
sonoma county. you see that? i'll tell you all about it coming up next. >> and we're watching some breaking news for you, a house fire burning in san jose right now. we'll have more details after the break. proposition 11 solves two issues. 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.
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 homeowners. the prop c plan is supported by the democratic party, nancy pelosi & dianne feinstein vote "yes" on c. big corporations pay for it, not you.
proposition 11 "a common sense solution" to protect public safety. it ensures the closest ambulance remains on-call during paid breaks "so that they can respond immediately when needed." vote yes on 11. we are watching breaking news for you right now in san jose. this is a fire sending up that big black plume of smoke that can be seen across t. in the background -- across in background thatsan jose mineta. southbound 880 has been shut down. smoke and flames are visible from the roadway. you can expect heavy delays in the area. again, we're tracking this for you and we'll bring you more details. presidents past and present or a last minute push to get out the vote tonight.
president trump is in indianapolis stumping for republican senate candidate mike braun. meanwhile president obama rallied a crowd in atlanta, georgia, where he's supporting democratic gubernatorial candidate stacey abrams. in all the politics, though, how about something a little sweet? ben and jerry's is out with a new ice cream flavor. the company known for its liberal bent is calling it pecan resist. fabiana rodriguez, the bay area artist behind the design on the pint. >> this is about celebrating immigrants, women and people of color and it's the anti-trump flavor. never in the history of the company have they openly criticized a president, but these times are not normal times. >> well, as of this evening, no tweets from the president about the resist ice cream flavor. up next buzzards on a bridge with their eyes on the road, who they are trying to keep out.
>> exhale, you made it, friday night. it's almost the weekend. maybe you were stuck in the office or couldn't get outside when we've had the sunny and warm weather. so will it continue for the weekend? look at the colors of the sunset looking over mount tam in marin county. your seven-day forecast including that all important weekend next.
officials in sonoma county are trying a new tactic to keep big rigs off a bridge. >> how they are using art to send that message. >> reporter: time after time over and over big rig trucks keep trying to use there little one lane bridge for a shortcut. it just doesn't end well. the laughlin road bridge is tight, even for cars,
impossible for big rigs. truckers keep trying to save time and while it's clearly marked, sonoma county is trying something new to make sure folks pay attention to the signs, art. >> sonoma county has a reputation for doing things differently and creatively and we find a way to do that. >> reporter: two 6-foot tall metal sculptures of vultures to bring attention to new signs intended to keep big rigs out. >> making sure that this could meet state standards for traffic control. >> reporter: there's a standard for 6-foot vultures? >> there are always. >> reporter: the nationally known artist patrick emio made the vultures with his daughter and wife. >> the vultures are made out of junk. it's all stuff i found here. it's all recycled. >> reporter: robert shannon grew up here and recalls many trucks in trouble. >> over 100. >> reporter: over 100 trucks? >> over. 35 years every day for a month.
how many months are in a year? start adding it up. >> reporter: sonoma county says they're pleased and are looking for more ways to use art in public safety. in sonoma county, don ford, kpix5. >> it certainly gets your attention. so is the weather getting our attention. >> man, how nice has it been? indianapolis today, oh, about 45 degrees, chicago 53. it is thunderstorming from boston down to miami. for us, you were outside today. it was pretty great, wasn't it? 79 degrees in concord. that's good barbecuing weather. 76 in livermore, 71 in san jose, san francisco, the wind is calm, 67 degrees, santa rosa 75. the wind is really going to start howling but only in the mountains. you won't feel it in oakland or san jose, but the fire danger will be high tonight in the mountains through tomorrow night, red flag warning there. fairfield tonight 55, redwood city 53. microclimate forecast, dublin, that's a pretty good looking november weekend if you like sunshine, 82 tomorrow, 79 on sunday. i know some of you are saying
yes, we need rainfall. we'll talk more about that coming up. the bay area science festival is tomorrow, at&t park. the weather could not be more perfect, low 70s. it's free, hundreds of science experiments for your kids to literally get their hands on. all throughout the stadium even on the field, it's a great event. i'll be there tomorrow. please stop by and say hi. zero fog anywhere in the bay area. tomorrow because of that offshore wind will be 15 degrees warmer than average in oakland and the prospects for rainfall, i don't see any for a while. we have an active storm track. usually the storm track is aimed between let's say north of vancouver and south of san diego, almost all the time. there's not always a storm there, but the jet stream, the path of least resistance in the atmosphere is typically somewhere in that zone. it's stuck to our north and will stay to our north for at least the next week. don't say there's no storms out there. there are no storms because that would be incorrect. they're just not here. it's all hitting the pacific northwest. they aren't generous in sharing yet.
we'll get some hopefully soon, but the next week the ridge remains and the storm track stays away. fog stays away tomorrow morning. fog and low cloud cover stays away in the afternoon, all sunshine across the board and sunday we are looking mostly sunny as well. next week tiny change, the ridge backs off a little bit. we grab some of the ocean influence. rain stays to the north, but it will be a little cooler next week. not cool tomorrow, 67 degrees is the average in oakland. tomorrow you are hitting 82. 83 in campbell, 82 in redwood city, upper 70s hayward, union city and milpitas, low 80s san ramon, dublin and pittsburg, daly city 68, novato 83, berkeley 81 degrees, lakeport sunshine on saturday, 84 degrees. a couple degrees cooler sunday. we lose a few more degrees into next week, but we stay warmer than average and completely dry for the next seven days and we do fall back this weekend. that's your forecast. >> thanks, paul. >> we will remember, thank you. local college basketball is upon us. it's november, after all.
vern glenn has found a oatian s 70% foreign born. >> coming up at 10:00 the man suspected perform sending pipe bombs to critics of the president may have had another northern california target. we'll tell you about the fbi warning to a major university tonight on nightbeat. that's 10:00 on our sister station kbcw 44 cable 12. here are the facts.leading attacks against prop c. the city's chief economist says prop c will "reduce homelessness" by creating affordable housing, expanding mental-health services, and providing clean restrooms and safe shelters with independent oversight, open books, and strict accountability measures to make sure every penny goes to solving our homeless crisis.
football and hockey just as baseball is closed for business, but let me back pedal to college. there's a local basketball team that has gone international big time, even with a family twist. at this practice we counted five international countries represented for molly goodenbauer. first up finland, sweden, latvia , poland and croatia all represented. >> we just go with first times and a lot of times maybe even the first initial. i can handle that. >> a couple more freshmen, croatian maria galicl a guard and forward marna gallich, fraternal twins. who was born first?
>> me. >> six minutes. >> reporter: six minutes? do you hold that over her, hey, i'm older? >> every day. >> every day. >> reporter: that can be kind of a thing. >> sometimes she feels like six years. >> reporter: now experiencing college life together. however -- >> it's good we're not in a room together. that's really good. >> reporter: oh, you're not roommates? >> that's really good. >> reporter: if you were roommates together, how long would that last before the irritation would set in? >> i would say five hours and 10 minutes. >> they are very, very competitive with one another to the point where they could come to blows at some point. >> reporter: who is messier. >> she is. >> she is. >> reporter: who is the forgetful one, then? >> why are you turning everything -- she's turning everything around. >> reporter: what's not irritating, their basketball skills. made for a good package deal as
they transition together to the rigors of the college game. >> she's like the closest person to me. so when things get tough and everything, it's really a great thing to have her. >> she loves me. >> i do. >> oh. >> they tore apart chico state recently and they will host san jose state next week. >> we look forward to that. before we go southbound 880 closed, several northbound lanes closed as well, crews working to put out that house fire in san jose. >> good night.
recently, more than $20 million has been spent in the race for superintendent of public instruction to attack my friend tony thurmond's record. well, i've worked with tony, and no one is more qualified to lead our state's schools. that's why tony thurmond is the only candidate endorsed by classroom teachers and the california democratic party. because tony will stand up to the donald trump-betsy devos agenda and has always protected our local public schools. join me in voting for tony thurmond. let's put our kids first. "look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... pushed the desert protection act througngd steered billionsfa projects such as subway construction and wildfire restoration." "she... played an important role in fighting off
announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] [cheering and applause] steve: i thank y'all. thank you very much, folks. i appreciate that. thank you, all. i appreciate it. thank you, all. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man-- steve harvey. [cheering and applause] got a good one, folks! returning for their second day from charlotte, north carolina, it's the champs. it's the harris family. [cheering] and from orrville, ohio... [family cheering] it's the dehart family. [cheering] everybody's here trying to win
theirself a lot of cash. somebody might have a shot at driving out of here-- [chuckles] and if it ain't them, there's gonna be a problem-- in a new car. [cheering] hey! give me kate. give me vanessa. ["family feud" theme plays] all right, ladies, we got the top 8 answers on the board. here we go. if you woke up during surgery, what would you hate to see the surgeon holding? kate: scalpel. steve: scalpel. vanessa: a organ. steve: a organ. ha ha! dehart family: play. vanessa: we're playing, steve. steve: you better know it. divon: high five, sister! vanessa: steve, how you doing, sir? steve: vanessa, how you doing? vanessa: i am fabulous. steve: yes! vanessa: saved the best for last. yes! steve:h.