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studios, this is kpix5 news. now at 4:30. looking live at treasure island where the power is out right now. we'll have more on that in just a couple of minutes. good morning. it is wednesday, november 6th, 2019. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. 4:31 right now. let's get a check of the forecast with mary. temperatures are dipping. you can feel it. >> yes. a chilly start to the day and also more extensive with that cloudcover. here is a live look with the cloudy start to the day. 48 in concord. right now oakland, you're at 52. 45 livermore. 51 san francisco. san jose at 53. cool start for you. santa rosa at 45. redo have moderate air quality with the air quality forecast. we have an air quality advisory due to hazy skies and from that smoke from the fire burning,way
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head through the afternoon, daytime highs seasonal for this time of year. 75 in concord. 72 for san jose. 67 in oakland. 64 for a high temperature in san francisco. so we're starting off the day cloudy in many locations and turning mostly sunny, it is partly sunny through the afternoon. we'll talk about the warmup through the rest of the weak. details on that, coming up. here is traffic. a good morning. taking a look at your drive this morning. some good news to report as you make your way across the golden gate bridge. you can see it pretty good. no fog advisory. a clear ride across the span into san francisco. they just did the lane changes so you have more lanes on that southbound side. southbound 101 headed into san francisco give yourself about 15 minutes. bay bridge, stacking up, but that is typical. no major snags to report. off the east shore freeway.
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if you're traveling to the bridge 580 at 24 we're getting reports of a trouble spot there. let's zoom into a trouble spot where there is a broken down vehicle west 580 at 980. stow a couple things happening in that area. altamont pass typical patterns bidding here. you'll see brake lights. it is still very early. a couple minutes for delays through there. ware in the green which is great news so 205 to 680, 27 minute drive tame. >> we're going live to treasure island. the power is out there. it went out after 2:00 yesterday afternoon. right now, there is no word on when people living there will have it again. the san francisco department of emergency management has been using generators there, but tweeted last night they would be turning them off between midnight and 5:00 a.m. 4:33 right now. more election results are coming in. one of the tightest elections
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is for san francisco district attorney. >> here is how it breaks down. when voting ended last night, she had 32 points a first place vote but under ranked choice voting, send add third placed votes turned suzy love tus into the lead bay a razor thin imagine of 240 votes. it is too close to call. >> we're at a couple thousand votes and that is going to be enough to make a difference. that is what we're hearing. i hope they are right. >> you're not declaring victory yet >> i am in the broad sense that's our campaign has a strong message. whether the outcome changes, we won in the sense we built a movement. >> not to declare victory or
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conceded. he says tough on crime policies just don't work. he plans to reform the criminal justice system to support rehabilitation. >> too often we're presented with this choice. you want the city to be safe or justice system to work? we can have both. we can have a city that is safe and a justice system that works for all of is. in the will fake for all of is and i'm the person who has the experience to do it. >> meantime breed won re- election with 68% of the vote. the closest candidate was ellen plow with 14%. san francisco residents decidend on a few new policy measures. prop c is no. most voting not to overturn the ban on e-cigarettes sales that could take affect sometime next year. they rejected bay more than 80%. voters approved prop a to set aside $600 million for affordable housing projects. prop e.a. mentioned the city planning
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cold to allow for more of those projects on public land. moment of silence for the five gunned down on halloween night in orinda. i want for any measures that would be taken to be reasonable and well thought out and not just sort of knee-jerk reaction to a horrible tragedy. >> >> the next meeting is on the
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19th. city council has up to two years to impose a permanent ordinance tough fenning its existing policy. there have been more than a dozen fires since september. mostly they are late at night or early it morning. if you have any information, call the police in concord or the fire tip line. this morning, a manhunt intensifies as a murder suspect gets away for the said time this week. here is the motel where one of the suspects jonathan salazar was last spotted. a hotel employee reported he was found yesterday and saw him yesterday. the sheriff's deputies surrounded the building around noon and s.w.a.t. teams were called. he must have escaped between the time the call was made and when the police arrived. >> we have a strong belief he was there from the person who
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called and interviews that we conducted. >> how do you feel that he is not in that room right now? >> it is disappointing. we have been here for hours and we're trying to do everything we can to locate this person. >> authorities believe that he and his former cell mate are no longer working together. they face separate gang related murder charges. >> >> happening today the city of oakland and the a's may be closing in on a deal over the coliseum. the east bay times reports the city maybe ready to sell its share in the site. a meeting is expected for today between oakland officials and a's president. >> they haven't dropped a lawsuit to buy the cole sea yum. the closed door meeting included shareholders, creditors and wildfire victims. the governor expressed his frustration over pg&e's recent blackouts and pressed the
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utility t meet its june 30th deadline to wrap up chapter 11 or face intervention of the >> seven do not want to wait for the badge sy to play out. they sent a letter to the public utilities commission yesterday urging it to explore public ownership of pg&e sooner rather than later. a spokesperson said pg&e's facilities are not for sale and changing the structures of the company would not create a safer operation. it came to california to fight wildfires but on the way home they were robbed. these trained firefighters and emts spent over a week and a half fighting the kincade fire. on the way back na stopped in idaho falls where someone stripped more than $1,500 of critical gear from their truck. >> your equipment to see if lives to do your job is gone. >> mine had all my medical equipment in it.
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on our way home ifway come across a car accident, i have my skills in my head but i don't have a lot to help anybody anymore. 0 they had to take themselves off the board for emergencies because they cannot keep themselves safe a a developing news on the killing of an american family in mexico. >> the gunman may have mistaken the large suvs of those of arrival gang. >> family members of the three well and six children slaughtered are in disbelief. a.i. know that both mafias are at war and i don't understand why they would kill innocent women and children. >> they are burnt, shot up. >> this video posted to facebook shows the gruesome aftermath of the ambush. family members say the bodies
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of the 30-year-old, her eight- month old twins, 12-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter were found inside this burnt out suv. it is broken down with a flat tire before it was riddled with bullets causing the car to explode. >> the way they were killed and burned, how? >> ten miles down the road the gunman opened fire on two other vehicles following miller's car. they were all killed. on twitter president trump urged mexico's president to accept u.s.a. ces stamps to eradicate the drug cartels. he said this is the time to wage war on the drug cartels and wipe them off the face of the earth. mexico's president said he appreciates the ave fur but declined and that they will act independently. investigators say that a
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suspect was arrested and is under investigation for possible connections with the deaths. the victims were all members of a breakaway group of the mormon church that settled in mexico decades ago. this is not the first run in with the cartel after not member was killed ten years ago. straight ahead this morning, want your cut of $60 million? a major telephone service provider is paying up for misleading data plans. how you can cash in. >> >> taking a look at conditions in the human brain, billions of neurons play in harmony. for people with parkinson's, some neurons change their tune, causing uncontrollable tremors. now, abbott technology can target those exact neurons. restoring control and harmony, once thought to belost forever. the most personal technology is technology with the power to change your life.
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the company now agreeing to pay up $60 million this morning over allegations it misled almost 4 million customers about their unlism fed data plans. they allegedly starting throttling or slowing speeds for customers when their usage exceeded a certain amount. in some cases, the practice slowed data speeds bay nearly 90%. hoy can you cash in? current customers will receive a credit on their bills and no need to submit a claim. others will get a check. new rules to follow before they get paid per post.
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here is more in today's money watch report. >> reporter: wall street finished mixed on tuesday. the dow climbed 30 points marking another record high. the nasdaq did the same and added 1. the s&p 500 retreated from its all-time high shedding three points. the fcc las cleared the way for a merger between sprint and t- mobile. the companies are set to become the third largest wear less carrier behind verizon and at&t. they voted along party lines. the chairman said the merger will help secure u.s. leadership in 5g and close the digital divide in america. i'm amber lee, an attorney of the federal trade commission. >> new recalls. the federal trade commission said when pedaling a company's
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product online, users must make it clear it is an ad. the ftc says putting #ad at the end isn't enough. they want it's superimposed on the picture or talking about it throughout the video. that is your money watch report. for more, head to i'm diane king hall at the stocks exchange. 4:46. another check on weather. it is hump day. we need to get over that. >> yes. the end of the workweek is coming. a couple more days to go. we're looking at a foggy start. also cloudy for many locations. an extensive cloudcover this morning thanks to the onshore glow. you can see how foggy it is. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. is is a cool to chilly start to the day. let's snow you satellite and radar view as we're looking at a ridge of high pressure, that strong ridge in place. we'll continue with quiet and dry conditions through the next several days. in fact, looking ahead, the
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long range weather models into next week and we're still dry. taking you hour by hour, you can see we are going to see some clearing so we'll go mostly sunny to partly cloudy with the cloudcover hanging around the coast. a cool day along the coast. then for tomorrow morning, maybe a little bit less with that cloudcover and fog as we're going to see that ridge of high pressure strength think and building in and less of the marine influence. that is why temperatures will be on the rise through tomorrow through the rest of the workweek and especially into the weekend. well, we're dealing with seasonal temperatures today and check out the rest of the country. the upper midwest, even down through the south will be dealing with as we head through tomorrow that. they are talking about 30s and
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40s for most of the country here. we have a lot working your way here, the metering lights are off. it is starting to stack up in the cash lanes. things are quiet working across
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the span into san francisco. a live look at the golden gate bridge. so far, so good. no accidents on 101 hear. everything clear into the city and same for the san mateo bridge. traffic is flowing with no trouble between 880 and 101. taking 13 minutes to make your way across the span there. westbound 580, 32 minute drive times. looks like the east shore freeway is in the green as far as drive times go with a 14 minute ride. highway 4 and 101 off to a great start there. we have a minor snag here, a broken down vehicle. it is blocking one lane but you can see it is not causing any tribes right now. westbound side brake lights as you connect on to 580 itself. you'll see the slow pattern hit grant line and then clear with no delays to the dublin interchange.
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thank you. spoiler alert for any "ncis" new orleans fans as the show says good-bye to a major character. and tim mcgraw releases a new book. >> here is more on the eye on entertainment. fans of "ncis" new orleans are mourning the loss of one of the show's major characters. >> doctor said he was table and a. >> and he was until he wasn't. >> christopher lasalle died on an episode last night. he says it was the right time for him to move on. >> country star tim mcgraw is adding a new title to his resume', author. he released a new fitness book called gyrth and grace that details how he transformed himself over the last decade physically and mentally. he said anyone can improve their health. and casting was head in times square for a new cbs
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competition series called tough at nails about hard-working people and will test their strength, endure rance and mental toughness and challenges that take place in the real world. that is your eye on entertainment. chris martinez, los angeles. >> the road to the final four is officially under way. who is the best team in the bay area besides the stanford women? they tipped offseason last night and they are next. >> and taking a live look outside in
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a >> we are starting with cloudy skies for many of us with areas
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of fog and through the afternoon, seasonal daytime highs if not just a little above average in spots. in san francisco you'll see a high of 64, a couple degrees cooler than average, but the concord in the mid-70s. san jose low 70s and 67 in oakland later on today. so forth south bay we go, 72 in santa clara and 79 for mojgan hill. >> the roadways are quiet right now. bart just getting a roll in with four trains on time. no delays. checking in with no problems. richmond san rafael bridge, looking good. traffic is very quiet on the richmond san rafael bridge. most bridges not seeing delays this morning. every year it is the same old story, st. mary's gets ripped schedule.
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tipping off their season last night against wisconsin in south dakota. check out this move. how do you like it? lee finished with 26. st. mary's had a nine-point lead but the badgers battled back. trying to send the game into overtime. bring on a little ot. a minute left. malik with 3 badgers in his grill. the bank is open. st. mary's with an impression sef victory 65-63. turn around. that is the new coach mark fox against pepper dine. cal on a 7-0 run led by matt bradley, career high 25. the kid is just a sophomore. cal wins 87-71. a good start to the mark fox era. trying to snap a five-game skid. hawks on a powerplay but lee
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wins the race and scores. 2-0 san jose. 90 seconds left. chicago cut a three goal deficit but he put the game on wise. sharks won snapping their five- game losing streak. >> for the first time ever, ever in local sports, three shots in one. give it to me. a nine iron. the kick is up, the kick is good. that is a birdie, a field goal and a three pointer all in one. stay in your lane, man. stephan ga lynn ski's header bounces and goes over the head and into the net. wins free tuition for a year. who is happier he or his parents? >> number one michigan state facing number two kentucky.
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tyriece from eric pascal range. uk is the new number one team in the land. what ta time for andruw jones who missed most of the past two seasons while battling leukemia. he scored 20 points and longhorns win over northern colorado. yes, the road to march madness is officially under way. that is the latest in sports. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. >> still to come in our next half-hour, the major ride-share company can finally sell its stock but coming up, there may be a harsh
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%fo that this is kpix5 news. now at 5:00 it is still too close to call for san francisco's next da. we're live with everything you
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need to know about the special election. >> plus, a deadly shooting at an airbnb. the decision just played overnight. >> we're learning a self- proclaimed skinhead a caused in a plot to blow up a synagogue had more than one target. the terror he planned in california. good morning. it is wednesday, november 6th, 2019. aim kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. it is 5:00 and we want to check in with mary lee once again with a look at the weather. >> good wednesday morning to you. we are looking at a cloudy start to the day for many locations and areas of fog. here is a live look. you can sea the clouds out there. not as extensive with that fog, though, compared to yesterday morning, but ware dealing with those cloudy case. 47 in concord, oakland at 52. 51 san francisco. mid-40s for santa rosa. through the afternoon, moves of us will have the ng


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