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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, international travelers coming into the country facing tougher testing rules starting today. good afternoon. i am len kiese. joycelyn moran is at sfo with what travelers can expect. >> reporter: here at sfo before coming through, international travelers are going to need negative covid-19 tests within 24 hours before their flight here. this is regardless of vaccination status and nationality. >> i had a test three days but i had to test again. >> reporter: international travelers were some of the first following this new requirement and there were a mix of experiences. >> we live in an area occupied
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with hospitals. that was pretty easy. >> i had the test result within 24 hours even before the airport. >> reporter: was it hard to find a test? >> yes. we had to go to a lot of labs. >> reporter: the change was announced by president biden last week. this rule comes as cases of omicron variant have been detected in more than a dozen states. several here in the bay area. travelers leaving u.s. will have to prepare before coming back. >> a lot of airports around the world have on site testing capabilities much as we do. it really just requires doing advanced homework. >> reporter: even with the tougher rule this morning they embraced loved ones and were happy to be in the bay area. >> it's exciting to be here. >> very exciting to be here. i am going to be studying here. the u.s. cracks down and uk is putting a new covid rule into effect. starting tomorrow passengers
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heading to uk must take a covid test within 48 hours departure. this applies to everyone over age 12 regardless of vaccination status. the health security agency says so far it has recorded 160 cases of the omicron variant. new questions today about what happened hours before last week's dead lie high school shooting in michigan. the parents of the shooter are in jail charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter. michael george has more from pontiac, michigan. a man hunt led officials to a vacant art studio in this detroit warehouse where james and jennifer crumbley, parents of the accused oxford high school shooter were captured early saturday. >> it raises my eyebrows. >> the couple was arrested inside a commercial space after failing to appear for an arraignment friday. through his attorney he said he didn't know crumbleys had been charged.
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he thought he was helping his friends. >> they received death threats all week so they wanted to go where they could have peace for a few hours. >> they were never fleeing prosecution. >> the couple appeared in a court hearing saturday where attorneys insisted they had not run from authorities. >> they were terrified. they were not at home. they were figuring out what to do. >> in a letter to parents saturday the superintendent said that one day before the shooting, a teacher reported ethan crumbley to school authorities after seeing him looking at ammunition on his phone. school officials say they reached out to his mother but received no answer that day. according to prosecutors phone records show she later sent her son a text that read lol, i am not mad at you. you have to learn not to get caught. prosecutors say on the morning of the shooting a teacher saw
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him drawing a hand gun and pictures of those that appeared to be shot with phrases like they won't help me. he allegedly told the officials the drawing was part of a video game he was designing. his parents were told to enroll him in counseling in 48 hours and they refused to take him home. the school district also says crumbley's answers led counselors to again conclude he did not intend on committing self harm or harm to others. he was sent back to class and prosecutors say just hours later began firing a gun and shot 11 people, killing four. >> i don't know that anybody will feel safe sending their kids back to school until they know exactly what happened here. >> the school district wants a third party investigation into the incident to look at all the interactions the accused shooter had with staff and students. michigan's attorney general is volunteering to take that on. michael george, cbs news,
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pontiac michigan. in union city police need your help in solving a deadly shooting. callers near 7th street record gun shots around 8:30 last night. officers found a man in the driver's seat of a car with multiple gun shot wounds. he was pronounced dead minutes later. detectives are asking anyone who saw anything suspicious to contact them. a live look at the state capitol building. in an hour the california attorney general will issue a warning to californians about charity scams this holiday season. he will provide advice on what to look for especially when choosing to donate during the season of giving. we'll be streaming that for you on cbsn bay area. to the white house where president biden has just announced a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 beijing olympics. the move would allow u.s. athletes to compete but no u.s. government representatives will be in attendance. the spokesperson says the move is to protest china's human rights abuses. the diplomatic boycott is designed to put pressure on
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china to reform policies before the winter games again on february 4. chinese officials have already blasted the move. president biden scheduled to talk tomorrow with russia's president. the white house says it is considering tough economic sanctions against russia. officials say sanctions would be to deter president vladimir putin from invading ukraine. sanctions could target putin's inner circle and energy. could limit travel and access to u.s. banking and credit. a final decision on possible sanctions hasn't been made. president biden is set to consult with european allies later today. let's get a check of the forecast now with meteorologist mary lee. i am tracking a weak weather system bringing light showers already to parts of the bay area. showing you high def doppler and watching this closely, zooming in, you see the wet
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weather from fort bragg, mendocino, ukiah, lake port, upper lake down through cloverdale at our noon lunchtime hour, hidden valley lake as well. we take you hour by hour and go through our afternoon, light scattered showers for parts of the north bay and as we head through 7:00 p.m. this evening light showers with this trailing cold front, stopping the clock again tonight at 10:00 p.m. we'll talk about what you can expect as we take you through the over night hours into tomorrow morning, coming up. >> thank you. there is a push for a dedicated skating space. hundreds of skaters rolled to the park in oakland yesterday and many showed off dance moves and skating skills. there is a growing roller skating community in the city but few places to skate. panther skate plaza is advocating for a safe space. >> we want to expand use of this space to accommodate this new activity that is intergenerational. it helps to build confidence.
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>> what does the community want? this is what the community wants. >> the group has started petitions to send to oakland city council. contra costa officials are holding a grand opening for an interim housing site designed to provide shelter for the homeless. the site called delta landing has more than 170 housing units on love ridge road in pittsburg where the county a hotel. officials are speaking at the site right now. we are switching to annual initiative food for bay area families. when it comes to donations many graciously give money. kiet do introduces us to a group donating a resource that is just as vital. >> reporter: we are in one of the kindest most selfless places in the bay area. this is the sorting room where dozens of volunteers come to second harvest year round to
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sort and pack boxes for needy families. this place could not happen without volunteers. this is the crew from st. francis from mountain view. 300 students will be coming through the doors this year as part of their curriculum. what are you hoping the students get out of the experience? >> we are part of a social justice class here today. i think it's a great way for the students to engage in some hands-on justice group that makes a difference in our community. i am hoping my students learn about food insecurity and justice issues right here in their hometown and find ways they can act for change in our community. >> reporter: you do development here at second harvest. labor is not cheap in the bay area. 1100 hours, how does this help you guys? >> i will tell you, 40% of our workforce is volunteer. we could not support the 450,000 families we help every
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month without volunteers. this support is critical, and i can't say thank you enough to the 300 students that will make this possible. thank you. >> reporter: to find out how you can volunteer and to donate, go to we are also learning today a generous donor who wants to remain anonymous is matching donations made to second harvest of silicon valley through december 25. we are going to baker beach for today's bay area bright spots where viewer bob says hanukkah harry is lighting tiki torch menorah for the eighth and final night of hanukkah. check out the view with the golden gate bridge in the background. we want to see your holiday lights as we celebrate the season. e-mail pictures and videos to or tag us using #kpixbrightspots. nearly a quarter of a million pounds of pork being
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fridge, alex hander and horn is recalling 230,000 pounds. the recall includes 17 different products inclulihams hams due to potential listeria contamination. jack in the box is branching beyond burgers with a purchase of the rival del taco. it is worth around $575 million. between the two fast food giants the company will now have over 2800 locations across 25 states. the deal is expected to close early next year. spotify removed work of hundreds of comedians from the platforms amid a royalties disputed. according to spoken giants it's trying to get radio and digital platforms to pay comedians realty payments on copy rights for the joke they wrote. the take down happened november 24 and said it never requested the approval. a spokesperson says the streaming platform already paid significant amounts of money to
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offer the comedy content to listeners and would love to continue to do so. let's get a check of weather again with meteorologist mary lee. it is so foggy this afternoon. it is. we just can't shake it. we are looking at a gray half noon. we have the clouds, the fog and also tracking showers to our north. a live look at san francisco, mark hopkins hotel cam and temperatures are on the cool side for sure, mid to upper 40s to low 50s at this hour. checking the visibility, still about a mile and a half in santa rosa, two and a half for hayward and poll oh alto, a half mile at this hour. mostly cloudy skies, cool temperatures and light scattered showers will return for us as we head through later on in the afternoon through tonight into early tomorrow morning. it's all because of this low pressure system dropping this weak weather system our way and we are looking at those temperatures in the upper 50s
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to low 60s, a cool afternoon for us. let's time it out as we take you hour by hour and as we go through our afternoon, light scattered showers and first for the north bay as we look to this evening, here is 7:00 p.m., scattered showers. here we are at 11:00 p.m. those showers, light showers through the overnight and a few showers for tomorrow morning. then things wrap up quickly. by tomorrow in the afternoon, clearing and sunshine. this is really a quick moving weather system bringing a few hundredths to possibly a tenth of an inch of rain if we are lucky. the seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, some light scattered showers for us as we head through the rest of today especially overnight into early tomorrow morning and then things wrap up quickly for your tuesday afternoon. then another chance of showers by thursday and you can see on thursday, temperatures for all of us in the 50s and that continues with those cooler temperatures through the rest
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of the week. inland east bay, north bay, coast. north bay and coast will see light scattered showers first. as we head through tonight and into early tomorrow, looking at a few showers as we look to thursday with our next weather system with temperatures in the 50s as we look to the end of the work week and into our weekend. >> thank you. the kennedy center honors are back in full force after a pandemic pause. next at noon, a
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the kennedy center honors in full swing, awards for artistic excellence were presented last night in washington. >> i want to officially welcome back everybody back to the kennedy center. >> 44th kennedy center honors return to traditions this year. ♪ ♪. >> to honor artists for contributions to american culture. >> any mood or emotional
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crossroad where you might find yourself, there is a joni mitchell song. >> featuring tributes to singer songwriter joni mitchell. >> ♪ wish i had a river i could skate away on. >> and also opera singer justino diaz. >> his staggering career, we honor justino tonight. >> lorne michaels was celebrated. >> this kennedy center honor is a long time coming for lerne since he said he would only accept it when j lo and ben got back together. >> ♪ did you ever know that you're my hero. >> legendary stage and screen icon bette midler is another one of the honorees. >> she can make us laugh and cry even at the same time. that is the mark of an artist
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of the highest caliber. >> songwriter and record producer berry gordy also. >> ♪ very superstitious. >> performances by stevie wonder had the opera house in a standing ovation. >> vladimir duthierscbs news, new york. >> we want to hear the rest of the song. watch the kennedy center honors december 22 on kpix5. during the pandemic one in five households added a pet. as we head out of town for the holidays and those reunions or back to the office in the new year, how will pets cope? >> if you haven't already booked with a local pet sitter or boarding facility, you are probably out of luck. >> tune into our original report home alone, what you need to know when worlds reopen and how to best help your pet.
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that's tonight on the kpix5 news at 7:00. when we come back, we are taking a last look at weather with meteorologist mary lee. a wave of santas on the slopes this weekend. we'll tell you what cause they were raising
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at 3:00, with chances of rain in the forecast, we get a closer look at ground saturation in the north bay and whether dry weather since our last storm has had a major effect on the land. that story and more at 3:00. let's get a last check of weather with mary. speaking of our rain chances, check out high def doppler because we are tracking rain to our north. zooming in with a closer look, you see those pushing through ukiah, cloverdale at this hour. we have light scattered showers for the north bay. here we are at 4:00 p.m., north of the golden gate. we are looking at light scattered showers tonight and through the overnight hours picking up a few hundredths to about a tenth of an inch of rain. >> thank you. santas hitting the slopes.
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there were 232 santas skiing the mountain with one grinch sneaking around. it's for the 25th annual santa sunday. this is a fund raiser for organization called the river fund which introduces young people to benefits of outdoor recreation. >> love it. >> a lot of red hats out there. >> santa on skis and snow boards. >> that's it for the news. we are on 24/7 on cbsn bay area and streaming on our next newscast
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i just didn't have to work so hard to remember things. >> hope: you want us to move out? >> ridge: i don't want that. i didn't want it to come to this. but you're insisting to be with deacon, and i don't know what else to do. >> hope: he's my father, ridge. >> ridge: well, he's more than that to me. >> hope: whatever he has done in the past, it does no good for me to hold on to a grudge-- >> ridge: well, it's not as easy for some of us. i see him and i see your mother's betrayal and her affair. >> hope: so then what does that make me? >> hope: and besides, it's not like the two of you were together then anyways. >> ridge: together now. you wanna be with deacon, you gotta do it someplace else. i will not let him come between me and my wife.
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