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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 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.
reporter jackie ward brings us the details from the deadly scene. >> when the sheriff deputy got the call they were told that the staff members at the center had been shot after 1:30, two victims a man and a woman weretaken to be treated for gunshot wounds, a third victim died at the scene the conditions of the victims are unknown at this time. for people living in the area something like this is alarming. >> it was so shocking i heard it right now. it is pretty bad. the city is so quiet and everything, that's why around here. >> this afternoon sheriff deputies are still looking for the shooter and the motive. >> when deputies arrived they searched the scene, searched the area, with the assistance of chp helicopter. they were unable to locate the suspect. the suspect fled the scene, the immediate area is secure. >> according to its website
this detox center is a licensed 26 bed co-ed residential detoxification program to help people overcome drug and alcohol conviction. we reached out to the detox center several times for comment and never heard back. jackie ward kpix 5. smith ranch road remains open but the road is blocked off. it is the eve of the midterm elections, republican gubernatorial candidate john cox made a pit stop in the bay area today as his campaign tour comes toen a end. he spoke to employees at a berkeley auto shop about hour long commute and high cost of housing, his message to them, help is on the way. >> this issue, truly is number one. and why because the housing crisis affects everyone other aspect of life in the state and obviously it is affecting the workers of this state, the hard
working californians who want to live a decent quality of life. >> cox will head to san diego. newsome starts his day in los angeles promising to stand into president trump that it would be a hollow victory to win the race but democrats failed to win the house. >> the damage that otherwise could be done can't be done if democrats take back the house. so as long as we have some stability, california will thrive. if we don't take back the house and trump succeeds, then doubles down and everything is done the last two years, california will be in the crosshairs, we'll in a very difficult position. >> newsome will finish his day in san francisco at a rally with governor jerry brown and senator pamela harris. before the rally senator harris is joining the candidate for lieutenant governor at a phone
bank to try to get out to vote. senator harris is not running herself this election year but has been stumping for other candidates. former president obama surprised campaign volunteers with donuts in virginia, hejoins senator tim kaine at his office in fairfax. this was obama's first stop in virginia for this election cycle to show support for kane's le election to u.s. senate. with races tightening across the country most voters have already made up their minds who they want to support, the focus is making sure those people get to the polls. nicole killian reports from capitol hill. >> reporter: president trump and former president obama are both out in force again today perhaps for the last time as they deliver their closing arguments. >> with less than24 hours to go before the polls open, democrats and republicans have a similar message. >> we're going to go vote ed yo
republican house and a republican senate. >> while the midterm candidate have made their pitches on health care and immigration, its president trump that's on voter's minds. a cbs news poll shows 72% of voters say their ballot will be cast either in support of or opposition against the president. >> there is an electricity in the air, the likes of which i and you have not seen since the 16th election. more than 34 million americans have already cast their ballot, that's up more than 50% from the 2014 midterms. with control of congress in steak there were reasons for both sides to be optimistic heading into tomorrow's elections. the latest ll shows democrats are expected to win 225 house seats which would give them control of the house. that's heavily dependent upon turn out, heavily dependent for
democrats to turn out and new voters who don't vote typically for midterms but the republicans also think they have to counter that and get their base out. republicans are looking more and more likely to hold onto or even expand their lead in the senate. i think we're going to go well in the house, as you know my primary focus has been on the senate and i think we're doing really well in the senate. >> president trump will continue to rally his base with three stops for gop candidates today. those stops include ohio, indiana and missouri, the president is also tweeting his support for various candidates and earlier held a telephone town hall where he acknowledges the results will likely be reviewed as a referendum on his presidency. on capitol hill. nicole killian kpix5. in the bay area supporters of prop six were out in full force making a last ditch effort to win over voters by giving them a chance to win some free gas. folks rallied just a couple of hours ago, those who attended entered for a chance to win a
free $50 gas card. the campaign saying up to a thousand drivers would win those cards. they told voters why it is important to vote yes. california already has the fourth highest gas taxes in the nation. if we actually spend the money from the gas tax on our roads, we have more money than what the politicians got with this 12-cent increase in sb1. >> the campaign estimated that one out of every 50 drivers that attended today's rally would get a free card. a number of ride share companies are getting voters a free ride to the polls tomorrow, lyft is providing half off rides nationwide. uber will offer $10 off a single ride. skip scooters will give users a $5 credit and 4 go bike will offer free trips if you are heading to the polls. we have the latest information ahead of election day go to our website
kxix.com/election. tomorrow night we have you covered from all angles we'll be bringing you live results and analysis starting at 8:00 with our special live steam on kpix.com. the trump administration's tough new sanctions on iran are in effect. the stations target energy, financial and shipping tech torrs aimed at crippling the company economy, the white house says it will lift the sanctions if iran meets 12 conditions in some analysts say those demands essentially called for total regime change. >> the remains of a utah mayor killed in afghanistan are expected to arrive back in the united states in just a matt 6 of hours north ogden mayor brent taylor died on saturday, killed while serving a second tour in afghanistan shot by a men of the afghan security forces in an apparent insider attack. taylor earned a purple heart and bronze star during previous
tours and he leaves behind a wife and 7 children. >> he did the right thing for the right reasons and i think that's why people like him so much. >> he was of love and god, and family and country. >> taylor is the third american to be killed in an insider attack in afghanistan since july. still ahead a plan to wrangle up abandon boats floating in the bay area. >> north bay residents want these boats out of site and out of their waters. >> we'll show you inside a brand new amazon store that only features items that have four star reviews or higher. >> a mild monday across the bay area here is a live look taking you out to the east bay with our dublin cam, beautiful blue skies out there, we're tracking a ridge of high pressure, i'll let you know how long that ridge will stick around i'll show you future cast showing you the extended up today out look coming up.
. firefighters say an inmate set fire to a cell in santa rosa a couple hours ago, authorities say several correctional deputies were transported for smoke inhalation, the fire is now contained. new video now of a close call in the philippines take a look at a massive landslide that sent rocks and trees tumbling over feet away from a
>> the driver was not able to reverse because the vehicle blocked the road, luckily no reports of any injuries. richardson bay, officials there have been cracking down on unoccupied boats bobbing in the water. as chopper 5 flew over the houseboats some vessels that haven't been used in years, stand alone in the bay. according to the richardson's bay regional agency 28 unattended floats have been removed but police this year while 19 floats have been disposed of. officials say these boats cause a lot of problems. they can break loose during storms and cause damage to other boats. >> its been a rocky few weeks for the dow as you take a look at the big board the dow is up in positive territory, up 226 points. 'tis the season for holiday season, amazon is offering free shipping for holiday orders,
there is no longer a minimum $25 purchase, prime members will get same day delivery for more than 3 million items and this move comes after rival retailer target announced that it is offering free two day holiday shipping with no minimum order. also amazon is opening its first four star store right here in the bay area on fourth street and berkeley it is the fourth store in the u.s. >> of course they like to shop online, many customers enjoy shopping online. our goal is to give customers more choice and opportunities to shop and experience products. they can come in here and only see the products but engage and interact with them. customers can actually come in and see and feel those products get an idea how they work, might have an alexa or echo and be familiar with it, in this case they get to experience
firsthand talk to an expert with smart locks and smart switches and of course walk out with it right away. amazon's stores feature products that at least a 4 star rating online. the rumors were true. the spice girls, most of them, are returning to spice after life mix next year. the girl group released a promotional video, the united kingdom sporty, scary ginger and baby will be playing in six spates in the uk without posh, will not be joining the girls because of business commitments, this will be the first time they performed since the 2012 olympic closing ceremony in london. we're looking at beautiful skies out there here is a live look out there with our tower camera, a very pretty afternoon in store for us. you can see that sunshine,
shallow marine layer out there with light on shore winds and temperatures a bit on the cool side, temperatures right now you can see from 60s and 70s from concord, 76 oakland. 67 livermore, 75, san francisco at 67. san jose coming in at 71 right now. santa rosa at 76. this is the 6 to 10 day out look with a climate prediction center just to show you we're talking about above average temperatures over the next several days not just for us here in the bay area but for all of the state so we're looking at dry conditions as well. the satellite and radar shows this ridge of high pressure that light on shore flow we had a few low clouds as we head through the afternoon we'll see plenty of sunshine at 4 p.m., the coast, the bay, inland, that will continue as we go through the next several days.
let's talk about the chance for rain. this is future cast taking you through the next 10 days, unfortunately we look pretty dry in the bay area, so all of the weather systems bringing you the rain to the pacific northwest down through oregon but not so much for us. so the rain chances stay to our north, we hope it would creep further south than us, it is not going to be the case. sunsets at 5:06 our sunrise at 6:40 for tomorrow morning. daytime highs today, we're looking at temperatures in the low 60s from oakland from 73 in freemont, 75 for a high in san jose. 77 for santa rosa as well as for napa. here we go with that 7 day forecast, temperatures are a little bit cooler for the middle part of the week, warming up through the weekend with plenty of sunshine, dry conditions through the workweek into the weekend we'll be right back. proposition 11 solves two issues.
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. . a traffic alert now in san francisco, the eighth street onramp to interstate 80, the seventh street off ramp are both shut down after the chp found a suspicious package on bryant street, it is not clear when those ramps will reopen. the scholars saw her mother diagnosed with cancer. >> that is kristin sharing with
us armena benson so using that experience as inspiration to help others with health care needs. >> it is about data. >> armena is a natural born teacher. >> this detects -- >> and speaker. the 20-year-old college intern explains over and over to this crowd of stanford scientists what she's been doing this summer. >> i don't get nervous for stuff like this. i don't because i can only talk about what i know. what she knows is impressive. she spent the last two months studying lung disease here at stanford's canary center. part of an innovative program whose goal is to get people interested in pursuing careers as cancer researchers. the goal is early cancer detection. cancer played an early role in her family life when armena was in high school her mom was diagnosed so she vowed to learn everything she could about the disease. >> reading about it taking classes learning about it, watching my mom deal with it
was very difficult for me i think that's the reason why. >> being the family caretaker is a role armena embraced early on. dynamics were tough, her parents split up. her family move and they struggled with racism at school. >> my siblings and i faced discrimination and racialized bull leeing when we were younger that was very difficult, i say still effects me today because i still black and i'm still a woman and regardless that's something that i'm going to have to deal with for the rest of my life. >> it calculates a transformation graft. >> study became her safe space and students rising above her lifeline. >> they came in and helped me with organization, with preparation and they love their jobs. >> it is her twin who she credits the moist for her success, calvin is transcender and side he inspired her face diversity in all forms. >> my twin has always pushed me to like, look outside of a box
and to be selfless. pushing to think largely around me and myself and own culture, definitely shaped who i am. >> armena plans on being a doctor serving communities of color and others who need extra care, her training at stanford this summer will not be part of that future. >> i personally enjoy caring about others and being an advocate for others i'm not afraid to say what i feel and not afraid to speak in the face of adversity, speak in the face of discrimination. >> for students rising above i'm kristin airs
tuck's billionaires have spent over $25 million distorting tony thurmond's outstanding record on education. all because they know tuck shares their agenda: ing fus fromubc hools into their corporate charter schools. the same agenda as trump and betsy devos. protect our public schools. say no, again, to marshall tuck.
. the bay area mural is suing for $5 million after this historic artwork was painted over in the middle of the night, that story and more coming up at 5:00. that's going to do it for news at noon, another beautiful day in the bay, it is november 70's. sunny. don't forget to fill out your ballots today. we all have yet to do so. last minute people, but we have time, let's do it. have a good day. i'm dianne feinstein and i approve this message.
"look what she's accomplished... she authored the ban on assault weapons... 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 california news papers endorse dianne feinstein for us senate. 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. 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.
♪ >> bill: forrester's been meeting with the judge? >> justin: we don't know yet. i'm still waiting to hear. >> bill: well, how long is that gonna take? >> justin: i don't know. my contact didn't say. >> bill: [ sighs ] >> justin: whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. you can't just go to ridge. >> bill: i'm not! this is about losing custody of will, so i'm gonna spend some time with my son. he's with the sitter. katie and thorne went to some dinner at eric's. >> justin: look, i know you've been seeing more of him recently, but visits that aren't approved, that might be frowned upon. >> bill: yeah, i don't think katie's gonna do a lot of frowning given the fact that i just saved ridge's and thorne's butts from being arrested. >> justin: yeah, well, you should have thrown them in jail when you had the chance. actually, you still do.