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scattered showers, they are still in the forecast as we head into the beginning portion of this week . more of that, coming up in your forecast in just a bit. candidates are making a final push with one day to go before the midterms. we bring you a look at the big names, issues, and state of the national races. two candidates are hoping to be the next alameda county district attorney . we will introduce you to both of them and their plans to address crime. midterm elections, are they stressing you out? new survey shows this tense political climate, as americans are feeling anxious this morning. experts are weighing in to help welcome on this monday morning. a lot of us had a wet weekend, so is there another out of rain coming in? >> we have more cold front settling in not only today, but this late evening set up, we will talk about that in a second. take a look outside
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and i need my windshield wipers this morning, but it is still pretty clear for the most part. it's a partly cloudy day as we kick off this morning. scattered showers multis to north bay as we head into the afternoon hours. notice those bands of rain keep coming and we'll see trickle showers in and out of the south bay, but let's take a look at the numbers because in total, this is really impressive. around 4:00 this afternoon, we get an intent of an inch on average in the north bay. in the evening hours and into tomorrow, over an inch is expected in a lot of areas. it's different in the south bay, a completely different system where if we stop the clock at 4:00, we are only dealing with trace amounts of rain. it's not until the late evening hours tonight and early tomorrow morning where we actually see impressive numbers, 2 inches of rain in certain parts closer to oakland. about of an inch in san francisco. overnight hours has we're going to be seeing a major storm pushed in, definitely coolie our temperatures for our tuesday forecast. we'll talk about that in just a bit. i definitely saw what roads on my way to work this morning, so definitely want to be careful out on the road this
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morning. let's take a look at how things are looking over for our super commuters. traffic is building up as you were heading into the city. it is about a 33 minute drive from 205 to 680 p let's give you a live look at the dublin interchange. a bit of bumper to bumper traffic as you see on your screen, so definitely already busy this monday morning . let's go over to our bay bridge. metering lights are still off. we will keep you updated when those to turn on. not bad right now. seven in it from the maze over to the city. let's get you a quick look at the san mateo bridge. not too bad in both directions. we can expect it to pick up in a little bit going westbound, but about right now it's an 11 minute drive from 880 to 101. let's look at this morning's top stories. we expect to hear new details about the discovery of the remains of alexis gabe, the east bay woman who disappeared in january after visiting the antioch home of her ex-boyfriend, marshall curtis jones . he died during a
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shootout would washington state police as they try to arrest him. her remains were found thursday east of sacramento following a tip to police. her family plans to hold a vigil for her next month. days after twitter began mass layoffs, the wall street journal reports meta is preparing to announce thousands of layoffs as early as wednesday. facebook employees have been told to cancel any nonessential travel starting this week get the job cuts are being blamed on meta's stock sliding 70% that this will be the first large scale staff reduction in the company's 18 year history. over the weekend, current and former president hit the campaign trail ahead of the crucial midterm elections. president biden campaigned in new york yesterday on saturday. the present and former president barack obama rallied in pennsylvania. former president trump also held a rally in the battleground states , and trump made a stop in miami, teasing the possibility he may run for the white house in 2024. still waiting on that one. >> will have to see as we get closer to election day.
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millions have already voted to the talk about a building read way. betty yu with what that means in california. >> reporter: there's an all-out effort to get out the vote with four u.s. presidents on the campaign trail from florida to pennsylvania . >> it is a choice between two vastly different visions of america. >> truth and facts and logic and reason and basic decency are on the ballot. >> if you want to stop the destruction of our country and save the american dream, then this tuesday, you must vote republican in a giant red wave. >> reporter: pennsylvania and georgia are among the five
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tossup races that could decide control of the u.s. senate. >> the california voter who is sort of try to figure out why this is relevant? california matters because that's where the money is, two, it's where the populace is , and everything that plays out in the rest of the eastern part of the united states is multiplied here because there are more americans in california than any other state in the country. >> reporter: james taylor is a political science professor at the university of san francisco . >> the public and stop talking to california like they did with avenue sums a recall and another several california districts, hoping they can be the balance that leads to the house being captured by the republican parties. >> reporter: we asked bay area voters about their top concerns . >> my big issue is student loan forgiveness. >> lead is getting expensive. >> crime, the level of crime we're seeing in our area . it's really sad , so that's my
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biggest concern. more than the economy or anything else. >> reporter: betty yu, kpix 5. >> many voters are worried about democracy itself, frustrated some even distrust the political system we're in right now. >> big changes are coming to the cities of oakland and san jose. both cities' two-term mayor's leaving office after eight years. and san jose, the race is between santa clara county supervisor cindy chavez and current counsel man matt. cindy chavez is a seasoned politician with nearly 2 decades of government service under her belt, and that may have is a relative newcomer to politics, right in the middle of his first term on city council. >> the city of san jose is the 10th largest city in nation, and i am running for mayor because i want to be learning on the job. >> voters are looking for a change in direction. they want to know what we're going to do differently. >> current mayor sam liccardo has endorsed meham. the race to replace the libby schaaf. >> reporter: doorknocking, shaking hands , passing out
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campaign flyers. connecting with voters. each candidate, putting mileage on those walking shoes today as the canvas neighborhoods to solicit votes. >> thank you for voting, and we'll let you be on your way. >> the top four candidates say they are focused on crime and homelessness. east oakland council members were lauren taylor and treva reid have formed an alliance. ignacio de la fuente is an old-school democrat coming out of retirement, and councilwoman trent that if he is considered a progressive candidate. >> on the unity candidate in a sense that i have the strong support of my council colleagues. >> reporter: councilwoman thao that she will focus on violence intervention and major police have resources to fight crime . >> we need a change. people are dying for a change, so therefore, i am the change agent. >> reporter: councilman taylor said him track record of getting things done is why they should vote for him. >> i look forward to
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representing you. focusing on delivering results over rhetoric . >> reporter: he says on top of more resources for the youth him he will hire more cops to address the violence. >> 24 loren taylor will ensure oakland does move forward to face tough challenges. >> reporter: councilwoman trent $0.29 all the other candidates can talk about crime, but her experience is why she's dedicated to fighting crime. >> public safety comes from a different place. we lost our son brandon to gun violence 2013 no halloween night before i became city council. i've been fighting to keep other people's children say. >> reporter: she said she will work with the community and the police. >> we have been at multiple churches this morning with a big push for souls to the polls with a lot of rfid here. >> ignacio de la fuente running for mayor. >> reporter: de la fuente said he's tired of the shootings and
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lawlessness in oakland. that's why he has back. >> i'm the person with experience and background and political background to get the city back on track. >> reporter: he blames city leaders for failing to enforce existing laws. want i'gog hire more police officers , train them, give them political backing to do their job. >> reporter: all four candidates admit changing oakland won't be eall take time, but they are ready. in oakland, i'm da lin, kpix 5. it is worth one more reminder if you missed the deadline to register to vote or need to update your registration, you still have options. same-day registration , also known as conditional registration is available up to and on election day. your ballot will be processed and counted as soon as your county's election office verified your registration. for a full list of sites that offer same-day registration, head to the secretary of state's website. if you live in sonoma county, you can get a free ride
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to the polls tomorrow. petaluma transit, and sonoma county transit are all letting passengers ride for free to whole day. and we got you covered on election night national races and results on kpix 5. local races on kbcw. streaming on cbsn bay area. our coverage begins tomorrow at 5:00 . the music is rocking and rolling. this sports bar, celebrating her 80th birthday last night. the classic watering hole began serving up ss has bea pular ha cially among sports sf weekly named it the best giants bar when the team won the world series back in 2010. >> it's great to see them around for 80 years too. best giants bar? i have not been there. >> you've got to do that because you are a huge giants fan .
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time now is 5:10. the bay area city, on alert this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31.
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what??? ♪♪ ( folds in half.) you see i love my phone. i would never switch to samsuuu... (gasping) ♪♪ this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. on our bay area beat, police in palo alto are working to track down a group of
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burglars. 11 homes have been hit in the past three weeks. police say the thieves are breaking in between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. while people are not home. they are stealing jewelry, valuables, and even safes. new mountain lion sightings are keeping some neighbors in the san mateo area on high alert. yesterday afternoon, someone on aragon into his backyard and snatched one of his chickens. another sighting was reported later near laurel creek . there have been three sightings in the past nine days. officials are reminding people to keep a very close eye on your children and pets and to not approach the animal. today, a coats for kids program begins in the peninsula. san mateo county has more than a dozen drop off sites open this week, including in belmont, burlingame, and hillsboro. police can also leave coats -- people, excuse me, can leave coats in a bad on the curb on the regular trash collection days. fertile i'm meteorologist jessica burch is here. we're
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going to be dealing with rain. we wi moke yokids have that umbrella in their backpack. make sure they have that raincoat too. it is a gloomy sight to see. i needed my windshield wipers heading to work. it is light drizzle right now, but as we head into the afternoon we have a lot more rain on the way. depending where you live, though, because this afternoon, and interesting system is pushing its way in. it's all too low pressure pushing its way from offshore, bringing more cool air from the pacific, and it also bring us more scattered showers into the early morning hours too. this is around 7:30 notice how the north bay will continue to see scattered showers, even heavy pockets of rain at times heading into the afternoon , but where we don't see it is off into the south bay. might see a spackle or two, but it's not until late tonight, anywhere from 11:00 all the way into the early morning hours,
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where we see that distinct band once again pushed its way in. this is the leading edge of another cold front, and it's going to bring a lot more cool air as we can wake up tomorrow morning. daytime highs, upper 50s, lower 60s. by tomorrow, low 50s across the board . this major system, it's not only impacting us in the bay area. it's also making its way to the sierra, where they are going to be seeing plenty of snow as we head into this work week at truckee getting 13 inches of rain, donner pass 22 inches of snow, excuse me. snow. we're going to continue to see that develop as we head into the next couple of days we will keep you updated in the weather center. in the bay area, upper 50s and low 60s . package racket, stay warm as we head into the afternoon hours. see some sunshine as we head into wednesday and thursday, but heading into election day, it is still pretty wet and drizzly. take a look at the daytime highs. that cold front pushing in on the overnight
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hours, it's taking us from the low 60s to the low 50s all throughout our local area. we're keeping a close eye on that, but over to you, jocelyn. let's take a look at how your roadways are looking this morning. we're going to start on 680 westbound or lafayette. there are reports of an accident right before the number one lane and the shoulder that is blocked but it's not affecting traffic too much. just tap that in mind if you're headed out the door. you can may be expected to laze around that area. let's give you another look at the altamont pass. things are getting busy quickly already, about a 44 minute drive for our supercomputers going from 205 to 680 p let's give you a live look from the coliseum cam we're starting to see more cars out there this morning, but not too bad. just make sure you are being careful out on those roads. i saw some wet roads on my way to the city, so keep that in mind. it is a 12 minute drive from two 38 headed to the main. to the golden gate bridge, there's a wind advisory in effect this morning, so keep it in mind as you are headed
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over the bridge. about a 19 minute drive from highway 37 over to the bridge. as candidates make their final push ahead of the midterms this morning, we bring you a look at the big names, the issues, and state of the national races, coming up
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welcome back. it is monday morning. if you're packing
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wanted to head into the afternoon hours, let's prepare properly. it's another wet, rmer side. it's going to be a chilly day, even in our inland areas with scattered showers all throughout the morning hours, mostly in the north bay though. a lot of the south bay is spared from the store pushing and . will continue to develop as we head into the afternoon, and once we head into the late evening hours, another major cold front in the early morning tomorrow , and it will continue to push its way for our tuesday set up your keeping a close eye on this rain. very impressive amount so far. we will continue to see more of that as we head into the afternoon. it is time now for the morning mix. happy monday. did you enjoy that extra hour of sleep? >> it was amazing. >> i did not feel it. i work early. i was pretty irritated.
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i'm not going to lie. >> i used that extra hour. i went on a run. i felt like it was a productive way to start the fall. they pushed it to the limit for quite some time, and now they reunited for a permanent spot on the walk of fame, and for those who grew up in the for you. [ c >> salt-n-pepa received their star on the hollywood hall of fame. this is the first time they have all been together since cinderella left the group in 2019 following a lawsuit over alleged unpaid royalties . they decided to put issues aside for the ceremony to celebrate their legacy. during their speeches, they relayed messages of respect and empowerment. >> i'm so glad they were able to get that walk of fame. it's about time. they basically pioneered hip-hop in their genre, so the kind of gave that pop edge to hip-hop, so i'm glad they were able to get that opportunity, especially with all the drama, you know , all
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of that. they deserve it. >> congrats to them, and seeing all be back together. >> i love seeing women supporting women and being able to put that aside and all the empowerment that went behind that. speaking of empowerment, superstar friends supporting superstar friends. it did not take long for taylor swift to comment on her longtime friend selena gomez's new documentary, "my mind and me." comment reads, so proud of you, selena gomez. love you forever. gomez spoke about swift being her only industry friend and how she sees swift as a inspiration too . she opened up about her mental health struggles among many other things. i watched this over the weekend , and it was definitely a thing where you did not know she was going through a lot of what she explained to the documentary, and you got appreciation just for her sharing a lot of it ,
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and especially for people who grew up with her. i saw a lot of people saying thank you, selena, for sharing that because you did not have to, and she did. >> she was very open, and you saw this human element, especially when she went back to visit her neighborhood and where she grew up, and even hearing from her mom too and the emotional toll it took on her. it was interesting. >> if you have not watched it, completely recommend it. also talking about this story. i've seen people talk about this. i think it goes along the theme of empowerment this morning. it's one thing to fly to space, but it's another thing to go full circle without going around the globe. this is the first mexican born women to travel to space after flying aboard jeff bezos' blue origin rocket. now she's teaming up with mcdonald's to be a guest speaker on a national scholarship program tour. the tour will visit high school s in los angeles, las vegas, and el paso, and she will host
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educational workshops for students who want to pursue their passion in s.t.e.m. she is currently pursuing her masters degree in electrical and computer engineering and says as a former mcdonald's crewmember, she learned the importance of connecting to people and rising above challenging situations. >> she is so incredible. first-generation student even . she is just awesome. >> typing what she's doing is important. having access to s.t.e.m., we know some communities don't have it just because of where they live, so i think it's important that partnership in scholarship is happening so kids to have access. >> a lot of communities of color don't have a lot of access to this, and she was also talking about and desk i saw she was holding a series of one-on-one mentoring sessions with high school students, so i think that's really good, especially when you achieve something like that and you're giving it back in understanding everybody has these opportunities , so i love to
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see it. >> she was even saying when she was growing up as a latina in s.t.e.m., she did not have relatable mentors, so that mentorship program is going to be great for girls like her. >> hoping to bridge that gap . timed out is 5:25. we know the election is right around the corner, and crime is top of mind for many in the bay area. me the two this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31.
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this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. welcome back. 5:28 on your monday morning, and here are your top stories . twitter is reportedly asking some of the 3700 workers it just laid off to come back. according to bloomberg, the workers were either fired by mistake or the company needs the expertise to build some new features. the new owner elon musk has also tweeted twitter will ban any account that impersonate another unless it
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clearly says it is a parody. this comes as multiple parity accounts pops up after he took over the reins. comedian kathy griffin's account was suspended sunday. there are new efforts to bring peace to ukraine. the wall street journal reports president biden top national security adviser jake sullivan has held highly confidential talks with top aides of russian president vladimir putin. cbs news has confirmed it's an effort to de-escalate the war in ukraine and reduce a nuclear threat . tonight, you have a chance at winning nearly $2 billion. nobody won saturday night's record high powerball jackpot. it's now grown to $1.9 billion . we are taking a live look at a 76 gas station on washington avenue in san leandro. a $1.1 million powerball ticket was sold there, so you still have a chance, jessica. >> oh, we have been talking about it so recently . >> i feel like a broken record. what it's like to be talking about is the rain. that's really good for us.
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>> we all need it in the bay area, but it looks like the north bay is looking to get a little bit more as we head into the s afternoon. let's talk about that. taking a live look outside, it is just some gray clouds, nothing crazy just yet. low-pressure, still circulating its way from offshore the next couple of days , and that's what's driving and this major cold front and to add to that, wet conditions and windy conditions too. as we take a look hour by hour, anywhere napa, sonoma county is just getting hit by scattered showers with heavy pockets of rain , isolated too. you might see a little hail activity, but it continues to push off into the east . take a look at late evening hours tonight. this is around 10:00. that first band of that cold front is expected to make its way in. it will settle its way into the overnight hours, so don't be shocked if you're waking up to a little bit of thunderstorm activity. once we head into the afternoon tomorrow, scattered showers will continue to be the trend. election day forecast
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is looking pretty wet and gloomy, but nonetheless, still get out there. it's going to be an amazing opportunity to get out there and vote . we're still dealing with cloudy and rainy conditions even as we head into late tuesday afternoon, but as we head into wednesday, that's when we see the first break of the system. for now, over to you. definitely saw some wet roads out there heading into san francisco from the peninsula this morning, so definitely be extra careful out on the roads. we will start opting to the east bay. things are picking up pretty slowly, especially around pittsburgh right now. it's about a 28 minute drive on westbound 4 from highway 60 to i-880. let's take a live look at the bay bridge. starting to see if you mark cars, and traffic is starting to pick up your metering lights are off out there. we will let you know when those to her and on. not too bad right now. it's about an eight minute drive from the maze headed into the city. also want to give you a look at how
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mass transit is looking. if you are looking to take b.a.r.t., there is delays. keep an eye on the schedule for caltrain, capital corridor, vta all on time. election day is tomorrow, but more than 40 million americans have cast early ballots, and this weekend, president biden former president barack obama and donald trump were going around the country to help drive their votes, drive votes in for their party. skyler henry has more from capitol hill. >> reporter: over the weekend, four u.s. presidents hit the campaign trail a day after president biden and former president barack obama made a joint push for pennsylvania democrats . mr. biden went to new york. >> this election is not a referendum. it is a choice
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between two fundamentally different visions of america. >> reporter: former president donald trump also went to pennsylvania saturday. then to florida on sunday. >> you need to vote. every democrat needs to be voted out of office and vote for republicans up and down the ballot. >> reporter: while former president bill clinton was in nevada. >> everything i worked for all my life is on the line now. >> reporter: history in the midterm typically favors the party not currently in control of the presidency . as candidates make their final push, they tried to motivate voters through a series of key hot button issues like crime. >> what we're here talking about the need to fight crime should not even be viewed as a democrat versus republican issue. >> we have to get illegal guns out of the hands of people. >> reporter: and inflation. >> look at the economy . they
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have destroyed it. >> i'm going to keep working on this issue to bring down costs. >> reporter: election officials and political violence remain a concern heading into tomorrow. federal intelligence bulletin recently want domestic violated extremist across the ideological spectrum pose a heightened threat to the midterm antibiotic election day. though, there are no specific threats currently. skyler henry, cbs news, capitol hill. >> president biden will be in maryland while former president donald trump, you will go to ohio. let's talk about local races in the state. >> let's go to the east bay. for some bay area residents, crime is top of mind. we're going to introduce you to two candidates hoping to become the next district attorney in alameda county. people want to see change, so we also tell you the story of one resident who says more needs to be done. >> are you going to class? >> yeah. >> reporter: this is a school-based intervention specialist at kelso high school. she also works with youth alive! an organism tried to keep the break the cycle of
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violence. she knows firsthand what kids are going through. >> it's really sad to me. i also lost my mother to gun violence at the age of 2. i know a lot of these kids because they experience death and loss at such an early age. they don't even realize the pain and hurt they are going through at the time. >> reporter: she can relate to them and wants others to understand them too. >> our youth need healing, the funding to be able to stop this violence that's happening around us. our youth need boundaries, and our youth need love. >> reporter: terry wiley is running for district attorney. >> terry wiley, running for district attorney. i hope i can count on your support. >> reporter: wiley is the chief district attorney. he's got the experience. he has been working at the da's office more than 30 years. he talked about getting to the root problems and says it starts with education in schools, referencing racial disparities in reading levels within oakland unified. >> when you cannot read or you're not at reading level in the third grade, want, there's a high percentage of those individuals who do not graduate from high school , and those
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that do not graduate from high school many times by themselves in the criminal justice system. >> reporter: wiley said he will work with oakland unified to identify issues to try to close those disparities. when it comes to serious and violent crime happening now, his focus is on repeat offenders. he prides himself in having empathy. >> i'm the youngest of 12 kids whose father passed when i was 7, so i'm a product of -- i'm really a product of the american dream, you know? i came from where there probably were not great expectations coming from a single-parent household due to into bringing a new perspective, a fresh voice that has been part of the community. >> i'm a former foster kid. i came to the juvenile justice and foster care system, and i have never forgotten where i
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came from. i'm a survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault, and those things, you learn . when you survive, you learn. >> reporter: to the civil rights attorney casting herself as a change maker. when it comes to violent crime, she wants to get guns off the streets , and reaching young people, also a priority. >> i think it's both education, for our young people, and engaging them at every level there every opportunity that we can and doing the kind of outreach that is important and creating mechanisms for them to resolve conflicts where they don't need guns. >> reporter: people want someone who will listen to them as they go about their daily lives and who will listen to their youth. >> they deserve to live a stress free life. they deserve to live a happy life, and they deserve good things to happen to them. >> reporter: that encompasses so much of what people want to see. it's up to the next alameda county da to help get there. >> this is also a historic
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election whoever becomes district attorney will be the first black person to be elected da in the county . there are so many other issues the two candidates talked on. they spoke on the disparities when it comes to black and brown people within the criminal justice system in alameda county and both say more needs to be done when it comes to addressing mental health. you can find more all of this on . the issue of housing figures prominently on this year's ballot. voters are increasingly being asked to make the decisions as faith in elected officials has waned. john ramos explains. >> jake price spent his sunday going door to door in the sunset district in a last-minute effort to get out the vote for san francisco proposition d . over on great highway, other activists were also pushing the same measure. it >> it says that if the project is following all the rules, that it gets automatically through. it takes the board of supervisors out of the process . >> reporter: supporters of the competing initiative, proposition e, say there's is
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what is needed to address the bureaucratic process that is standing in the way of more affordable housing. >> this would bypass that, streamline it, and make it much more efficient , and therefore, lead to more affordable housing production faster. >> reporter: meanwhile, another housing measure is proposition m, which would impose a tax on investment housing units if they sit on occupied for more than 182 days . >> then they are not really interested in being landlords and living there. they are interested just an appreciation in the value and juitempty. >> reporter: similar measures on the ballot in berkeley as well , so what's going on here? why is so much housing policy being put up for a vote to the people? kevin zwick with united way bay area thanks he knows. >> i think there's a lot of frustration in a lot of places when it comes to the situation around affordable housing in the bay area. when people get frustrated and they are not seeing legislation passed by the state or by local city councils, then people go to the
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ballot, and i think that's a good sign. >> reporter: it's probably not surprising whatever has been done so far has not brought prices down, residents have lost confidence a government has an ability to grade the volume of housing needed. they are engaging in a little vigilante policymaking. >> citizens are banding together and saying, like, our elected officials have failed us, and they are grabbing the rains and we're going to solve this problem through direct advocacy. what will happen is that as these measures are more and more popular and are successful, the elected officials will follow behind , but citizens are going to lead addressingr affoil and displacement crisis. >> reporter: legislating to the ballot box can create its own set of problems, but for better or worse, california keeps its citizens to take power into their own hands when they get
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mad enough , and few things are more maddening than trying to find a place to live in the bay area. in san francisco, john ramos, kpix 5. san francisco proposition d and m qualified in the ballot through a signature gathering process. proposition e was voted onto the ballot by the board of supervisors. on the eve of elections in the bay area and around the country, many voters say they are feeling stressed out about the process and outcome . cbs reporter bradley blackburn has more on what some experts call election stress disorder. >> reporter: in this current political climate, so many are feeling anxious about election day. >> it's more divisive. >> we live in turbulent times. >> i'm nervous about the democracy in our country. >> reporter: some experts refer to as election stress disorder. dr. robert bright says it's not an actual medical diagnosis, but experiencing higher levels of stress and anxiety during election cycles
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can be real for some. >> difficulty getting to sleep are waking up early and not being able to let go of that. for some people, the experience it physically. they may have headaches or just feel shaky , not be able to relax, not be able to concentrate. >> reporter: recent survey from the american psychological association shows two thirds of adults say the current political climate is a significant source of stress in their lives . more than three quarters are stressed about the future of our nation. >> social media as well as media in general can really generate stress and anxiety around the election, so for some people, they are really focused all the time and very concentrated on news stories and news events and dreading moment to moment what's going to happen next. >> reporter: dr. bright that election stress comes from the feeling of not being in control . that's why it's important to control what you can, make sure you're getting enough sleep, and exercise , do some relaxation techniques, and connect with friends and loved ones that support you. >> i'm going to vote. i will
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pick somebody. i'm not stressed about it . >> reporter: how do you stay so calm? >> i tried to focus on the important parts of life. >> reporter: dr. bright said another thing in control, casting your vote on election day . bradley blackburn, cbs news, new york. >> we have you covered on election night as results come in. national races and results on kpix 5, local races on kbcw, and streaming on cbs news bay area, and our coverage begins tomorrow at 5:00. a reminder to make sure we are educated about the issues, the races, you know? propositions, all of that . cast that vote tomorrow. >> but taking care of that stress too. with this weather also, it's easy to get gloomy. take care of yourself. ahead on our money watch headlines, you could be waiting what if you're thinking of buying one of apple'
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this is what voting yes on prop 31 means. yes on 31 ends the sale of candy flavored tobacco products. yes, stops big tobacco from targeting our kids. yes, protects kids from nicotine addiction. vote yes on 31. money watch report. apple says it may take longer than anticipated to get the latest versions of the iphone into the hands of customers. a covid outbreak at the primary assembly factory in china has slowed down production. apple
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says this will lead to smaller shipments of the iphone 14 pro and promax . the company says on its website, quote, we are working closely with our supplier to return to normal production levels while ensuring the health and safety of every worker. actor dwayne "the rock" johnson's latest film is number one at the box office. $18.5 million gave oracle black adam" a third straight weekend in the top spot. the film has grossed a total of $137 million in the u.s. next week, the anticipated blockbuster, "black panther: wakanda forever," is likely to see that one. that is a look at in money watch report. in our weather department, you have been very busy lately. >> this rain is keeping it active on the weather center, but that's okay. we need it in the bay area, and boy are we getting more of it this afternoon . mostly to the
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north bay today, i'm sorry to say it, south bay, but the north wins today. they are expecting a lot of shower activity near napa and sonoma. even offered to the east edlin hills into the afternoon hours, so we're going to pinpoint that . as we take a live look outside, partly cloudy skies or continue to push in from offshore as low pressure pushes its way in from the north. this is cold air as more cold front start to settle their way in. as we take it hour by hour this morning, scattered showers anywhere from santa rosa off into napa . i will continue to push up to the east closer to fairfield, even antioch as we head into the afternoon. notice how we head to the 11:00 hour, even midnight. a strong band is settle its way into the 2:00 set up, and that is all due to another cold front pushing its way in. behind that is a cold, dense air mass that will really change the weather for us as we head into tuesday's set up your lingering scattered showers will continue into tuesday with heavy pockets of rain at times. you want to be careful tamara out on the roads , and even
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heading into the evening, we're not seeing it lighten up anytime soon. the same system is the same one pushing off into the sierra that is allowing for snow levels to drop down to 4000 feet, and pretty impressive numbers this week. we're expecting about 23 inches on average, anywhere from donner pass , less impressive numbers when you head off the sierra closer to truckee. let's also talk about temperatures because this cold front is really changing things up. we are about 8 degrees below average, los angeles also impacted by this , 50 degrees below average down there. but like last week, still sitting in the upper 50s and lower 60s. i will be the trend for us as we wrap up this week in the rain stops after tuesday. we will see more clear condition heading into the weekend. after that, no more rain for now, but we've had impressive numbers, and we'll continue to update you on these numbers and the weather center. 50s in sight for us the rest of the week in our inland east bay. 60s, returning by saturday. let's take a look at the roadways as people start off their work week here things are picking up this monday morning. not looking great for super commuters as you go to the altamont pass. you are
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starting to see traffic pick up in that area. it is about a 15 minute drive from 205 to 680. let's go over to the bay bridge. there's a bit of a buildup because of a stalled big rig on i-80 heading westbound. this lane is blocked near treasure island road, so if you are headed that direction, be aware of that. let's give you a live look at you are heading into the bay bridge. metering lights are on , and you can see that backup. it's about a 20 minute drive from the maze into the city. let's give you a look at the golden gate bridge. a handful of cars out there. not extremely busy, but there is a wind advisory in effect this morning 90 minute drive from highway 37 over to the bridge. for our math mass transit commuters, everything is pretty much on time. there are 20 minute delays on art b.a.r.t. that's because the trans bay line in both directions because of ongoing earthquake retrofit work. we saw that last week as well, so if you are taking b.a.r.t., keep that in mind. it is a bye canal for the
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welcome back. we have more rain on the way, so let's time it out hour by hour. this morning, it looks like the north bay is winning. we're getting a lot more rain up there. scattered showers, even heavy pockets at times. be careful if you are on the roads
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close to napa, santa rosa for that matter. late evening hours, we have another cold front settling its way in . a very strong band of rain, expected to make its way in the overnight hours, so you might wake up to a thunderstorm or two. but we will keep you updated in the weather center. the bay area wrapped celebrations for mexico's day of the dead, we are highlighting those spectacular performances. song though leh a paramot theate the gh feed cumbia, and visual projections that would knock your socks off. don's performance latest album, honoring the food, women and culture of mexico. even giving an exclusive shout out to the bay area. >> when you drive into the bay area, your jaw always drops because it is so beautiful and makes you think of the
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