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a flooded roadway triggering big-time back ups on highway 101. chp responding to numerous wrecks, to let's get to paul. it was the soaker that we needed in the bay area, and even though it's moving out, there are showers out there were more rain, less than 30 hours away. the doppler is lit up over the san joaquin, valley, some rain showers now leaving livermore, san francisco, i take you back for hours ago when it was pouring. that's when the front moved through and lifted to the east, we are getting heavy rain in the sierra, and mountain snowfall above 6000 feet. quickly today, the santa cruz mountains, some locations received more than 3 inches of rainfall. san francisco and santa rosa encroaching on one inch of
rain. here's the legacy of the storm. forget about the rain for a second, it's the smoke that is no longer with us, good to moderate air quality, top to bottom. aqi index in the 200s, is now at 17 in san jose, as we head to tomorrow, good to moderate air quality will come through. scattered showers, and as soon as tomorrow, late morning into the afternoon, next round of rain will move in. talk about how much rain we can expect coming u. rain is it causing problems. in fremont, lanes were damaged and exposed and across the bay area, about an hour ago, 5300 pg&e customers had without power. in pleasant hill, officers had to block off part of an intersection when a light went out around crescent plaza, and
19,000 customers were without power. mission district in san francisco, a fire ignited on 23rd street near florida. firefighters were able to put out the flames quickly, and power has been restored to about 10,000 customers in twin peaks, mission and others, spokes of south bound 101 was flooded at paul after. cars were rolling through it slowly, the right two lanes were blocked off as crews worked to divert the water. a the car pool lane approaching the bay bridge flooded, causing traffic to back up. even light rain can cause problems. slick road could be the reason for this nasty crash, injuring two pipe. -- people.
the rain causing new concerns. there wasn't enough time, it's been enough time for search and rescue workers to find what they need to find. the result now could beconcerning. erosion mitigation in place. while rain pours down in the camp fire burn scar, this crew is ramping up efforts to keep it from wreaking havoc. >> we're doing the best we can with time and resources. we're working as fast as we can. >> reporter: the flash flooding and contamination the water, but crews are only do so much. while the search for human remains continues, the clean up effort of burn sites is stalled.
phase one hasn't begun, which is the clean up of hazardous waste, like this, a spray paint can, and a propane tank. it's just sitting out in the rain, getting wet, and that water to run off into the water shed. just? afternoon, the county issued a hazard advisory saying homes and property destroyed by fire contain high levels of arsenic and other contaminants. the county is working to keep ash run off out of the waterways. but look. this map shows the feather river water shed. this ends up in lake oroville. a major water resource for california. >> putting in die pre-into our
in the camp fire, rodriguez isblaming pg&e for the death of her favre. the suit claims the utility company could have prevented the blaze that claimed 81 lives, a bill to protect pg&e from liability is being drafted right now by state lawmakers, but at least one bay area lawmaker is not on board. >> this legislature is meant as a signal to wall street, that lawmakers will not allow a catastrophic event like the camp fire to bankrupt a large utility like pg&e. >> reporter: the story
. >> they paid it off over many years. >> reporter: pg&e said, there will be a time and place for all this, but right now, we are focused on helping the first responders and helping customers recover and rebuild. arrest in a decades old murder, the new age method used to catch the suspect. a gorilla custody battle. the care takes of the sign language gorilla pony up. oh!
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if you get a lump or swelling in your neck, severe stomach pain, itching, rash, or trouble breathing. serious side effects may happen, including pancreatitis. tell your doctor if you have diabetic retinopathy or vision changes. taking ozempic® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may increase the risk for low blood sugar. common side effects are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, and constipation. some side effects can lead to dehydration, which may worsen kidney problems. i discovered the potential with ozempic®. ♪ oh! oh! oh! ozempic®! ♪ (vo) ask your healthcare provider if ozempic® is right for you. this evening, a major break in a decade old case, now, one man is behind bars for the murder of a stanford student 45
years ago. santa clara county investigators say that advanced dna testing led them to the 74- year-old. he was arrested yesterday at his hayward home, police say he is suspected of killing a then 22-year-old in 1973. >> i just can't believe it. his wife was so nice and everything, and his children, and you know, growing up and everything. he was probably here for, i don't know, 20 odd years or so? >> investigators found he was previously convicted of murder and rape in germany in 1963. and are looking into whether he committed new crimes. new quiz for the custody -- twist for the custody of the gorilla. the gorilla is the long time companion of cocoa, the gorilla
who used sign language. cocoa died in june. the gorilla foundation argues they've cared for him for 27 years, and knows what's best. the zoo says he should rejoin his relatives. in concorde, height of the today's storm, the drains getting the first test of the season, the excuse are paying attention to the leaves and debris that caused the back up and flooding. >> reporter: it's been raining off and on in the south bay all day. brief break in the rain now, i'm not complaining. chance -- this is what the weather looked like for much of
the day, rain slick roads, people who had umbrellas, but we were given a gore russ reminder of -- glorious reminder of what it would look like would the the haze. the rain caused a lot of problems on the road this afternoon. but everyone we spoke to say they would e adtrfor rain in a heartbeat. >> we couldn't get lunch or anything. >> i'm feeling very thankful for that the air is clearing up. >> reporter: the chp is warning drivers to slow down on the roads, there have been a ton of wrecks, and probably more when it's over. they know the people are eager to get home, but say it's far more important to get their safely than quickly.
>> and the rains are welcomed is extended dry spells could be the new normal. >> reporter: we just don't need the rain in a bad way, but a way that is historic. >> we are barely registering anything. >> reporter: this rain season's dry sort a reminder that california has seen a lot of drought in recent years. >> for the last 17 years, two decades. >> reporter: and the five extreme drought years -- >> we're trying to figure out how to express this, the new normal, new abnormal. there is no normal. >> reporter: check of the walsh system shows some of the major reservoirs are dipping below
historical averaging, and we'refaced with the new effects. >> it isn't just about can we handle a year or two of drought hes. can wee manage extreme flooding, fires? that extreme nature of the weather is one of the consequences of human caused climate change. >> reporter: we ended up with a ballpark normal year, last year, but if you're counting on anything being normal, there are no guarantees. >> there's more rain to come, paul. and thankfully. from ive one crazy t fo ms be normal, where it is one extreme
or the other. and now we go from very, very dry for what, 7 straight weeks? and now four or five different weather makers in one week. look at the radar. a few light showers down on highway 101 south, cut over to watsonville, and on the east side of san jose, some drips of rain. it's pouring in mow modesto. it is snowing in the mountains win a winter storm warning is in effect, next storm will impact northern california, the burn zones, the burn scar areas, about a half do from big fires, and that soil can absorb the rain. it turns into a debris throw. let's hope they don't get too
much rain too quickly. it rained, air quality is great, treatment, 62, san jose, 66. thank gives, in sunnyvale, dry, some showers moving in late. more rain and continued good air. 63 degrees coming up on friday, so and active pattern. here come the storms. one hit us today, another one tomorrow night, it's simple, the storm track has returned. afternoon highs for this time of year -- average highs for this time of year. the intersection storm is late thursday -- next storm is late thursday into friday. low to mid-60s, divide on monday, and another -- dry on monday, and another storm next week. man finds his way back to
has grown. >> blah blah blah. >> avoid him, and just focus on what's most important. i think everybody here has done a great job. >> thank you. stanford spending thanksgiving in -- they shot 27%. which is sconce closed the game on a -- wisconsin closed the game and pulled away. 62-46. williamson, and top ranked tube taking on -- check this move. reverse, they had 18, and find seconds, duke down 2. barrett with the chance to send it over time. rejected by clark. gonzaga breathe a number one
ranked -- beat a number ranked team for the first time in history. ravens are a 11 point favorite. oakland is tied with the 49ers, and card centers with the worse records. but derek carr want to be the party recker. >> i just want to win, mess up the draft. i want to win them all. i want everybody to be mad at me for that. >> you have the one family member late to thanksgiving. uncle bob, aunt fran, your sister-in-law, right? the shanahan family, it's dad. >> my family is mad at me, i
or for people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. do not share needles or pens. don't reuse needles. do not take ozempic® if you have a personal or family history of medullary thyroid cancer, multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2, or if you are allergic to ozempic®. stop taking ozempic® and get medical help right away if you get a lump or swelling in your neck, severe stomach pain, itching, rash, or trouble breathing. serious side effects may happen, including pancreatitis. tell your doctor if you have diabetic retinopathy or vision changes. taking ozempic® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may increase the risk for low blood sugar. common side effects are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, and constipation. some side effects can lead to dehydration, which may worsen kidney problems. i discovered the potential with ozempic®. ♪ oh! oh! oh! ozempic®! ♪ (vo) ask your healthcare provider if ozempic® is right for you.
paul with a look at the radar, which is very active right now in the central valley. we are looking at active weather in the central valley, stretching up to the sierra, where we have heavy rainfall moving through. that is what we had earlier today. now, we have some snowfall in the sierra, rain is moving out of the bay area. rainfall so far today, ben low
man, 3 inches, san francisco, and santa rosa, nearly 1 inch of rainfall less in san jose, another story coming tomorrow night. this just in, the number of dead in the camp fire is rising. the butte county sheriff said they found to more body, bring the number of victims to 83. 563 people are still unaccounted for. the wet weather will make the search more difficult. >> reporter: the wet weather is bringing problems for a lot of the folks, the only people benefiting are those firefighters. in this for example we've been here since 3:15, they've seen
an inch of rain, but over all, they are expecting from 6-8 inches. and that's not great news for the people camped out in chico. there are about a few dozen people left who are sleeping there in tents. it's not a great situation. but the folks have been offered space and transportation to shelters opened. they simply have red for a variety of -- refused for a variety of reasons. the fire survivors have left. the folks who remain in the field camping were homeless, perhaps in paradise before the fire. but in the meantime, the rain isn't great for folks searching
through pair died. it's made ash into a muddy mess, so folks who are looking for the remaining 560 people are not having an easy go. they have to rely on the cadaver dogs to try to find those folks, wither's up against the clock -- -- another settle -- set of folks, public works, they have to deal with erosion, and debris flows. and we will continue to keep an eye on this. >> thank you. some good news coming out of the tragedy of the camp fire, and dog and owner were re youthed at the animal -- reunited. michael lost his home, and
thought he lost his border collie. but she survived, and her owner is grateful to meet the people who made it happen. >> i'm beyond thankful. i do realize now how many people were involved, and there's nothing you can do but thank them all. >> maggie was in a shelter in chico. , arnold schwartzenegger met with firefighters and helped serve breakfast. he is donating $100,000 to the fund. and aaron rodgers is donating $1 million to help fire victims. >> i reached out to my friend,
and the mayor of chico to be the most help. this is why i'm partnering with the north valley community foundation, and donating $1 million to help with the rebuild. >> state farm will donate 1 dollar forever re tweet of his post, using the #ofretweet. it will cost about $210 million -- nicole is on what lies ahead for members of a caravan that have made it to the border. >> reporter: john kelly has issued a memo authorizing the if ceactive duty.
president trump wants to deter the migrant. >> that's an invasion, that's not a -- >> reporter: the trump administration says it is concerned about acts of violence near the taiwan tijuana check point. >> we will consider it a firearm, throwing rocks, there's not much difference if you get -- >> reporter: james mattis says there have been no calls for lethal force from the department of homeland security. he in troops are there to back up custom agents. >> reporter: the mission is planned through mid-december, costing tax pairs $72 million, but the price tag is to rise.
president trump is in the new war of words, this time, with a supreme court justice. john roberts fired back at the president's criticism of the 9th circuit court. a judge ruled against him on an amnesty decision.. >> it's a disgreats, we will win that gays in the supreme court of -- case in the supreme court. >> in a rare public statement, roberts said we don't have obama judges or clinton judges. what we have is an extra orry grp of dedicating judges. president trump fired back on twitter, saying we do have obama judges, and they have a different view than the people charged with safety of our
popular item on people's wish list for the 12th year in a row. but they are a growing focus for scam artists stores are putting a limit on the number of gift cards to be bought. anyone that calls on the phone and demands payment by gift card is a scammer. amazing video shows a water spout. the vortex tossed on structure. this news, the leaning tower of pizza is straightening up a little bit. new data shows the tower has lost four centimeters of tilt in 17 years. how did.
northern california sheriff's deputy,. >> for the first time, he saw the world like he has never seen it before. jeff was given a pair of specialized glasses that allow him to see in full color. he is a deputy, the glasses were supplied by a close friend and long time colleague. >> he calls his friend his
grand daughter. the glassing help most color blind people see colors for the first time, and you see the effect it has. >> that's awesome. like the cochlear implants for people that can hear, the look on their faces is priceless. happy to share some different colors with you on our air quality map, it's been red,purple and orange. now back to northern, good or moderate is not a spare the air day. and we have all good and moderate, san leandro, good eric quality, san francisco, good air quality, the rain is the why. there are some showers left over. some drips still out there. some showers over the -- and you get above 6000 feet, it is
not rain, but the first widespread snowfall. a winter storm warning, the first of two, we'll better another one later this week. 6000 feet, snow level. skiers and snowboarders, i said that backward, if you like snow, you're happy. it rained today, and we're just happy about that. clear skies overnight tonight, fremont 50, 50 in livermore. what happened was the blocking ridge of high pressure is simply gone, it was close to us for about 7 straight weeks. it was never over northern california, but with that ridge gone, it can go where it is.
thanksgiving is dry, north bay rain by tomorrow evenings, and more rainfall coming up on friday. highs crows to average, haven't talked about temperature much, but this is normal. low 60s, odair quality too many in marin county -- tomorrow in marin county. friday is the soggy day, we clear out for the weekend, low to mid-60s, and another round
of rainfall likely late tuesday into wednesday. that is your kpix5 forecast. and we're just hours away from thanksgiving, which means the kick-off for one of new york's biggest events, the macy's thanksgiving parade. some balloons were deflated. you can watch the entire parade tomorrow at 1:00. >> hope the weather cooperates. we're in our 17th year to get families what they need for the holidays. >> reporter: i'm in whole foods, we are we are partnering with whole foods for food for bay area families. you can see the bins and the items to donate. it is especially important this time of year, and someone who
knows best from second harvest food banks is leslie. the need is even greater this season. tell me about that. >> most people are surprised to learn here in silicon valley, whether there is wealth andprosperity, one in four are at risk for -- >> reporter: rob, tell us how can we give? >> three ways. one is through a direct registered donation, they have the option to do a one, 5, your $10 donation, that cash goes to food for bay area families. the other way is using our barrels, donation barrels to bring in the nonperishable food products, drop it in the barrel, and they go to food for bay area families. >> reporter: and something you
can bring in with your bag? >> nickel for nonprofits. every time you use your reusable bag, we give you an credit. you can convert that credit into a donation. that goes directly to food for bay area families. >> reporter: thank you so much. if you would like to help at home, go to our web page -- and coming up, the golden state warriors welcome victims of the camp fire, and they have a special surprise for them.
>> reporter: donald and billy take their turkey seriously. >> we say that, i tell him get out. way, because he's not doing something right. >> reporter: they have cooked this pre-thank giving day meal. part of care. they cofounded the nonprofit in 2015 as a way to serve the residents. >> they feed over 200 community members at the yearly holiday feast free the charge, filling plates and spirits. >> we want you to have a positive attitude, and just, have no worse, sit back and
relax and enjoy. >> reporter: she brought her entire family. >> i'm grateful to see familiar faces, the officers, and the community together as one so we're joining as a community, sharing a good feast. >> reporter: san francisco's police and fire departments help carve and serve with an appreciation for their efforts. >> they are the type of people that help others, that think about others. they're looking for things to do to get people what they need to move forward. >> reporter: care provides free bag lunches every week to school children, free movie night for families, professional clothing for neighborhood job seekers, and a community resource fair but, it's thanksgiving that really brings the neighborhood together. >> they enjoy it, and start mingles. they connect. >> they have somewhere to come
to be safe. >> reporter: so for providing the meals and support, this week's jefferson award in the bay area goes to donald green, and billy ray courtney. >> and people look forward to it every year. care relies on private donations so community donations are welcomed, and they really do night it. you can nominate hour neighborhood hero. -- your neighborhood hero. join us for night beat at 10:00 on kbcw, cable 12. oh!
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♪ ozempic®! ♪ ozempic® should not be the first medicine for treating diabetes, or for people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. do not share needles or pens. don't reuse needles. do not take ozempic® if you have a personal or family history of medullary thyroid cancer, multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2, or if you are allergic to ozempic®. stop taking ozempic® and get medical help right away if you get a lump or swelling in your neck, severe stomach pain, itching, rash, or trouble breathing. serious side effects may happen, including pancreatitis. tell your doctor if you have diabetic retinopathy or vision changes. taking ozempic® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may increase the risk for low blood sugar. common side effects are nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, and constipation. some side effects can lead to dehydration, which may worsen kidney problems. i discovered the potential with ozempic®. ♪ oh! oh! oh! ozempic®! ♪ (vo) ask your healthcare provider if ozempic® is right for you.
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