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a dramatic change in bay area weather is on the horizon after a long dry spell, rain is on the way. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. we are on storm watch tonight with rain finally back in the forecast. right now, the wet weather is still to the north, but it's expected to slide south while most of us will be sleeping. we have team coverage for you tonight. bill parton tracking the timing, we begin though, with ktvu's debra villalon live in san francisco, where the rain is chaptered to show up first. >> reporter: time to dust this off for the first time in two
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months. this contractor hit the hardware store tonight for down spots to finish a roof tomorrow. the dry autumn, he says has been good for builders. >> nonstop. everybody i know is nonstop doing stuff. there was that little rain before that scared everybody. >> reporter: as bay area skies turned ominous, water districts are eased for the reservoir. >> last year was a rainfall year, and we still filled it capacity. >> reporter: captured mostly in reservoirs. levels right now look good, but they're on borrowed time. >> our rainfall year started july 1. we had just over 1 inch. an average for this same date is 7 inches. we're not seeing drought right now. >> just three things. slow down, slow down, slow
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down. >> that reminder from the chp as driving conditions will be getting sloppy. the last drenching in september lasted only a day. still snarled bay area residents. residents get slick. drivers get too close. >> it's going to take but 132 feet to stop. most people don't follow that fair back ever. >> reporter: with any luck, this rain will open the spigots for more. customers at this nursery have been saying, it's about time. >> people are tired of watering. they're seeing their water bills sky high. >> reporter: capturing water off a roof. a way to save it, in case we
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have to wait for rain again. reporting live in santa rosa, debra villalon. ktvu, channel 2 news. >> now to chief meteorologist bill martin tracking the arrival of the rain and how it will impact your morning commute. the rain is heading our way. just north of debra right now. it will show you where the showers are, and where they're not. you can see everything pretty much north up here. all working its way south though, as we're talking about here, it's going to hit the morning commute. here's the computer model. this is 5:00 a.m. look at the bay area. most of it is covered with some wet weather. you're going to see some down on the peninsula as well. you've got a wet roadway. we're going to have some issues. coming up at 10:20, i'm going to lay out the complete timeline. i just took you through the morning. the wettest locations and the timing on storm number 2. thanks bill. the storm headed for the bay area has some people worried about erosion, and possible
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land slides on mount diablo. just two months ago, a wildfire there burned 3700 acres. now there are concerns the rain could trigger land slides on charred slopes. erosion experts say some earth movement is inevitable, but as long a the coming rains are not heavy, the risk is minimal. follow the ktvu weather team for the latest on the approaching storm. you can find the latest on twitter and facebook. new information about a deadly weekend shooting that happened outside a club in san francisco. it left one woman dead and another young woman in critical condition. tonight, we've learned that the two were shot after being involved in a minor fender bender. ktvu's amber lee is at san francisco general. she spoke with the victim's mother about what the loss means to her loved ones. >> reporter: frank, the 21-year- old victim is here with life- threatening injuries. tonight, we spoke with the
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mother. >> it hurts so bad. me and my daughter, we was like this. inseparable. >> reporter: amanda blake described her daughter as the light of the family. hoping to become a lawyer with the dream of helping young people. >> she was the first in our family to go to college. >> reporter: every saturday, she would coach the basketball team in hayward, where she once was a student. mom showed us this cap she wore, when she headed out the door on saturday night. it was around 2:00 a.m., when warren and her friend left the club. she got into what investigators describe as a fender bender. her mom says a detective told her, the driver of the other
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car jumped out and shot him 15 times and then approached melquisha. >> he went around to where my baby was. she had her hands up like this, and he shot her in the face. >> reporter: mom says she wants justice for her daughter. >> it's hard. i'm not going to have my daughter coming in at 2 or 3 when she gets off work. hear her coming in looking for something to eat. it's painful. >> reporter: she would have celebrated her 24th birthday this saturday. she asked for a fish fry with oysters and to wear her warriors outfit. mom tells me, she will still have the vigil, only it will be
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a memorial, and her daughter will be buried in her warrior outfit. new at 10:00, the man suspected of repeatedly kicking the head of a sleeping homeless woman in san francisco was charged today. timothy chase faces two counts of felony assault. he's scheduled to appear in court tomorrow san francisco thrice did not launch an investigation, until the chief became aware of the video obtained by ktvu. a man pleading in in the july killing of an 8-year-old girl. darnell williams is the suspected gunman. prosecutors say they went to an apartment on wilson street, rang the doorbell, and williams opened fire. alaysha carradine was killed. three others were wounded. prosecutors said the men went to the home to confront a man who was not there.
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a 64-year-old man from hayward has been identified as the innocent victim on a high speed crash in 880 in oakland. the driver hit was a former linebacker on the oakland raiders. he was also killed. kate spoke with neighbors of the innocent victim. >> reporter: highway patrol workers said the man who died was one time nfl star, thomas howard. the 64-year-old driver behind the wheel of this crv never had a chance to get out of the way. in hayward, neighbors of liu say he was headed home. chp officers say howard's black bmw was going north at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour when he lost control. >> it actually bounced along the freeway, and went head on into the suv there.
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>> reporter: both liu and howard died at the scene. liu's wife got the horrible news on vacation in china. >> i just feel for her. sad. >> reporter: howard, a linebacker for the raiders from 2006 until 2010, was just released by the atlanta falcons. a long time friend and high school teammate told ktvu, he's struggling to accept what happened. >> he was a laid back guy. funny guy. he had the community. he had his friends. he was a guy that you would want to be around nonstop. >> reporter: investigators say there were no obvious signs out here that howard might have been driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, but they are waiting on the results of a toxicology report before they will rule that out. ktvu, channel 2 news. new at 10:00, a decision tonight that means police officers in palo alto will soon
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be wearing body mounted video cameras. the city council voted unanimously today to buy the body cameras. initially, just nine officers will wear them. the cameras should help record evidence, and increase officer safety and accountability. it's part of a $300,000 camera upgrade for palo alto police. patrol cars are also going to be upgraded with cameras that will face in all four directions. at issue, a contract provision that will give workers six weeks of paid family medical leave. b.a.r.t. management initially signed off on the deal, but now claims the provision was inadvertently included in the final agreement. union reps say not so. >> it's stunning that you would have that many legal minds negotiate on your board, and not be watching what you sign,
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quite honestly. >> b.a.r.t.'s union reps say they're not interested in reopening contracts and also say it's too soon to strike. workers at san francisco bay hospital have a strike set for wednesday. uc's five medical centers and could involve more than 21,000 healthcare workers. the state public employment relations board will be in court tomorrow to ask a judge to limit the number of workers who can participate. unraveling confusing cares about your healthcare coverage. we'll explain what affordable care means for your family. >> we ride along to see what police are doing to combat this growing trend. >> in 90 seconds, accusations
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of police brutality. how a minor infraction escalated into a full blown fight. avo: the volkswagen "sign then drive" sales event is back.
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>> reporter: cell phone video shot friday afternoon inside san francisco's valencia gardens housing complex shows an angry confrontation between police and residents. >> i started hearing that my brother screaming out that he couldn't breathe, so i really got worried. >> a man in a gray shirt has been punched by an officer. >> that's considered reasonable force. >> that suspect initially had a confrontation with other officers. he was ordered to leave not once but twice. >> police say the melee began after three officers identified themselves and attempted to stop 20-year-old paris williams from illegally riding a bicycle on the sidewalk. the officers chased him to his apartment. his sister says he was dragged outside. >> one had a knee in his back. another had one at the back of
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his head. and the lady was rushing to put the handcuffs on him. >> reporter: police say were trying to interfere. >> i know him. he's employeed. he goes to school. he just recently picked up an interest in photography. this whole incident seems out of character for him. >> reporter: police have charged him with resisting arrest, and battery of a police officer. but late this afternoon, prosecutors discharged the case, spending further investigation. williams' friends and family say they will hold a rally tomorrow, protesting police brutality. in san francisco, david stevenson, ktvu, channel 2 news. an inmate at san quentin who he was released early to relieve overcrowding has now faced three more felonies for a chase and crash last friday night. the contra costa county district attorney's office says sean rogers is charged with evading police, causing injury, and leaving the scene of the accident. authorities say he initially, or rather they initially started chasing him, because he was driving a stolen car.
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rogers then crashed into another car, and injured two women. one remains hospitalized. the other suffered a broken arm. rogers had been serving time at san quentin on a weapons charge, before he was released. the faculty is asking for a formal review of how the school is being run. ten days ago, administrators announced cuts to classes and reversed them. the faculty is asking to review the administration. the president was not named in the request, he said he welcomed the review. 2 investigates a sharp increase in the number of car break-ins in san francisco. the numbers that we obtain show there have been more than 1300 car break-ins so far this year in san francisco. to learn more, ktvu's cara lou got to ride along with an undercover burglary unit this afternoon to see for herself why some cars can be easy
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pickens for thieves. >> this block here always gets hit. >> reporter: driving past lombard and leavenworth, investigators look for people trying to break into cars. >> question saw people looking into cars. looking into back windows of cars, doing behaviors that are abnormal for the average joe walking down the street. you know, they'll look in, they'll gaze in, stop, go back to a car. bypass a car, make sure nobody's following them, come back to a car, that sort of thing. >> an officer spotted behavior that was suspicious. >> that's ripe for the picken. >> reporter: they saw no short of residents and tourists leaving electronics in plainview. from it just looks like the going to be stolen. >> we went sight seeing. >> you went sight seeing.
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>> in that park, we see many cars. >> with their windows broken. >> not to leave their valuables behind a plane of glass, it's so easy to break. that laptop i wouldn't have even had to break in to get it. >> reporter: more than 13,800 cars have been hit. police say parking garages, fisherman's wharf and the embarcadero are some of the spots thieves like to hit. the santa clara police department is asking for the public's help to catch a suspected mail thief. in this case, it's a female thief. investigators released this picture today. police say the woman in this picture is wanted in connection with a recent theft of mail on barkley avenue. authorities say if you recognize her, please give them a call. two key developments
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tonight in a legal battle over patent rights between apple and samsung. a three judge panel revived apple's request to ban the sale of certain samsung products. the two sides rested today. closing arguments are set for tomorrow. the washington, d.c. ruling giveses the san jose judge more leeway in ordering a possible ban. it could be a while before that issue is resolved. on wall street, the dow industrials broke through the 16,000 mark today for the first time ever, but then fell back. nasdaq lost 36. due in part to investors selling social media stock. a deal totaling $13 billion is expected to be announced tomorrow. j.p. morgan is accused of selling troubled mortgage securities at the center of the 2008
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financial crisis. california is in line to receive about $2 billion to settle its claims. live stormtracker two. you can see comrain showing up north of santa rosa. a little bit of light activity in town. but it's very light. the real rain is still to the north. here's a computer model. we're going to move it all the way through tomorrow morning. here's a a.m. it's wet. the roadways are wet. a wet early morning commute. we push it through until 10:00 a.m., and you see more showers now moving into the santa clara valley. at this point, all nine bay area counties with some rain on the ground. as we go into the afternoon commute, it's still kind of wet. tomorrow is going to be one of those drippy wet days. when i come back at 10:45, we're going to roll it through into wednesday. another weather system coming, and i'll talk about the potential for snow in the sierra. we'll see you back here.
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eight people are now confirmed dead. thousands are homeless because of the deadly tornadoes over the weekend in the midwest. the mayor in peoria, illinois, estimates up to 500 homes, including the man who was doing that filming were either damaged or destroyed. in all, there were 68 tornadoes reported on sunday in illinois, indiana, michigan, wisconsin, and missouri. accurate predictions and timely warnings are credited with keeping the death toll down. a father's plea to remove a disturbing image from google maps. google's response today after we contacted the company. >> i'll miss you, and i love you. >> anger tonight from the family of a 16-year-old shot and killed in a popular park. why evidence found here at the
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scene may not be enough for police to track down the teen's killer.
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police in hayward tonight are looking for at least two people after a teenager was shot and killed this afternoon in a city park. heather holmes is live at centennial park with the evidence investigators found at the scene. >> reporter: frank, i want to first tell you, within the last hour, the boy's grandmother came here and wanted to see the last spot where her grandson was alive. it was just beyond the playground, near the baseball field, where investigators tell me that the shooter fired off at least five shots. and they're trying to figure out if the victim was the intended target. >> i'm devastated, and i hate, i hate who did this. i hate who did this. >> reporter: anger and sadness over the death of a loved one, gunned down in this popular park in hayward. just hours after she came to the scene where her grandson,
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christopher was shot, distinctive yellow markers doted the area. crime scene investigators placed the markers over anything of value. the 23rd piece of evidence found in the aftermath of the shooting. hayward police tell me, they are talking to several juveniles who were at the park and may have seen what happened. as of tonight, investigators are not releasing any information about a possible motive or suspects, except to tell me that two people, including the shooter ran from the scene, into a residential neighborhood. >> he was a wonderful, wonderful young man, smart. he had a good heart. he was a beautiful, beautiful child. he didn't deserve to die. he didn't deserve to die at all. >> reporter: police tell me, they did not receive reports of a fight, or disturbance at the park before they received reports of shots fired. a lot of questions about what
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led up to this shooting. reporting tonight here in hayward, heather holmes, ktvu, channel 2 news. google agreed to do something today that it has never done before. the media giant promised a grieving father it will remove a certain satellite image from google maps. we have blocked out the body of 14-year-old kevin bererra in this image from google maps. his father says it wasn't until this weekend he realized his son's body can be seen on google maps. he tried, and failed to contact google, and we aired his story last night on sunday. and managed to get through to google today. >> the report for channel 2 is when they noticed that happened. and then said sorry for what happened. >> google issued a statement saying in part, google has never accelerated the update of imagery from our maps before, but given the circumstances, we
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wanted to make an exception in this case. the killing is unsolved. richmond police say their investigation is still active, but they have no new leads. authorities are concerned about a young man considered at risk who has gone missing from a hospital in san leandro. garcia is considered at risk due to mental health issues. he know you how to take public transportation and likes to visit fisherman's wharf, if anyone sees him, please contact authorities. before the affordable care act, it seems more like the unaffordable care act. >> we'll walk through the options under the new healthcare law. >> a sailer dies onboard. we'll have the latest on the
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the u.s. coast guard is investigating the death of a sailer on a ship at the port of oakland. jana katsuyama is live with what she learned. >> reporter: the ship is still here tonight. you can see the cranes off in the distance. coast guard officials tell me, they're waiting for the coroner's autopsy results to determine if the sailer died from an industrial accident or a medical condition. oakland emergency crews say they were called to the port about 2:30 this afternoon, where a ship was docked at
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shnitzer steel. >> the crew from the ship was already performing cpr and making an attempt to defibrillate the individual. >> reporter: the oakland chief says paramedics tried to revive the man, but he had already passed away. >> the crew had obtained his passport and they were speaking with the captain and the coast guard. >> reporter: witnesses say the man was working in a crane operator compartment. but other accounts indicate the man may have fallen six feet from the platform. records show the ship is based in portugal. the coast guard says the man was a polish sailer and the ship's chief engineer. >> we're going to give an osha report and they'll investigate if they need to. >> reporter: the police department is assisting with the investigation. about an hour ago, the coroner's office told me they expect to complete the autopsy
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by wednesday. jana katsuyama, ktvu, channel 2 news. a south bay man is demanding answers after his wife was shot and killed this past weekend by santa clara county sheriff's deputies. it happened early saturday morning in the couple's troy. investigators say 61-year-old andrea gionet came at deputies and they had no choice. >> how can you subdue a person that old, or invalid? you should be able to do it with your hands. >> some neighbors say she had been arguing with her husband, but he left before deputies arrived. a little league organization in lake county is trying to raise money after a recent fire that could be a case of arson. the fire on november 9
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destroyed the equipment shed. all the equipment for 15 teams is now gone. they say it will cost $20,000 to replace it all. they hope to have that money in time for opening day in march. now to tonight's special report. in the thousands of californians who have received cancelation notices from their health insurance companies. today, the head of california's insurance exchange says by the end of the week, people who received those notices should learn if they can keep their plans. the dilemma facing families. >> reporter: 34-year-old army veteran angel rodriguez says it's unfair to him and his family. they had health insurance they liked, and could afford until this cancelation letter, what he calls the president's broken promise. >> to me, it's not the affordable care act. it seems more like the unaffordable care county. >> reporter: the daly city father told us, so far his insure has not offered to
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telephone the plan. that he does not cover for subsidies. and the least expensive option more than doubles his previous cost. he says he will cover his child but may go without coverage himself. >> sometimes people call us, and they're frightened. they don't know how they're going to handle this stuff. >> reporter: ted porter founded walnut creek's health insurances. he says now it's confusing. >> i suggest we do go shopping, online together. >> reporter: through cover california's website, using the rodriguez family data, and their ages, income, and zip code -- >> it looks like you are not eligible for premium assistance at this time. >> reporter: next, paying 60 to 90% of health costs, premiums rise as you go up. under bronze, 60, choose a
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plan. the least expensive, blue cross, ppo, $550 a month. more for kaiser and blue shield. but they can offer other options. then there are silver plans. >> silver plans are going to pay about 70% of your medical costs. >> reporter: but higher premiums. so on, up to platinum. >> it's always a balancing act. we're trying to balance coverage needs with your budget needs. >> reporter: you can also buy individual issuance outside covered california. remember, ask if your doctor accepts the specific plan you choose before you sign up. for millions it could be a good deal. >> about 16 to 18% of californians are going to benefit significantly from the affordable care act. >> reporter: 77% of californians have job based, or
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government healthcare and will see little change. but some employers may stop offering health coverage. >> by 2019, we expect about 3% fewer californians will be in job based coverage. >> reporter: about 1 million californians like the rodriguezs will have to pay significantly more for healthcare. and those subsidies, they're the same nationwide. don't factor in the bay area's higher cost of living. john fowler, ktvu, channel 2 news. >> if you have an idea for a kate special report, or our 2 investigates team, we want to hear from you. send your tip to 2 investigates at the latest tempt to stop violent crime in oakland is a plan police tried before with poor results. >> it certainly hasn't been affected so far, and there's no information suggesting its affective. >> that is reinforced in this never before seen adult obtained by 2 investigates.
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tomorrow at 5, we're going to take you through this adult and show you how it's supposed to work, and why oakland police insist, this time there will be better results. that's 2 investigates tomorrow on ktvu, channel 2 news at 5:00. still tracking rain headed our way. how long the system will remain in the area. >> then -- >> the most horrifying thing a parent would ever have to do is see their child get attacked like that. >> bullying progresses to a beating. what started it all? >> helping needy wal-mart employees get through thanksgiving. >> it's a little like scrooge posing as mother teresa.
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a mother from the east bay is trying to bring attention to bullying with an online video
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of a school mate beating up her daughter. kate benedictson says she could only watch this video once. it shows a girl pushing and punching her 15-year-old daughter. the one in the red top. other students from dori valley high were watching and no one intervened. benedictson says the other girl had been harassing her daughter, and the school needs to do more to stop bullies. >> they did do some things, but within an hour of leaving the office, the other girl began bullying again, so it was not an effective strategy. >> the school says they are investigating. her daughter was also asked to join an anti-bullying committee. the latest in a series of
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robberies involving men working outdoors trying to earn a living. today's incident happened about 12:30 in oakland. the painters had just finished their lunch break. the robbers drove off, and no one was injured. the painters say it was their first day on the job. george zimmerman was arrested today on domestic abuse charges. he says he was trying to avoid a fight as she attempted to throw him out of their home in seminole county, florida. he is due in court tomorrow. toronto mayor, rob ford was
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defiant today. ford rushed down the aisle to confront a heckler, but rushed into a city council woman. he then helped her up and apologized. he said there would be a war in the next election. in the recent days, the mayor has admitted to smoking crack cocaine, driving drunk, and using crude language on live tv. nap time is prime time after pictures of their 23- month-old boy and his new puppy took the internet by storm. millions of people have now seen pictures of little bo and theo the puppy taking their nap together. is that just adorable or what? bo's mom started posting the photos on her blog after she realized the two liked to sleep together. the two touched a chord in cyberspace. >> i think there's so much bad news in the world all the time, every day, that's all we see.
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it's sweet, and it's innocent and it's lovely. i think people appreciate it. and i appreciate it. >> these pictures are just priceless. if you want to find more of the photos you can, by going to our website, stormtracker 2 is picking up rain moving into the bay area right now. bill martin is back with the exact timeline for rain and how long it will last. >> it's like scrooge, posing as mother teresa.
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plans are underway for a national boycott gain against wal-mart stores starting on the busiest shopping day of the year. the boycott isn't intended to hurt, but to help wal-mart employees. >> reporter: julie, critics say wal-mart pay is so low, many
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employees have to go on food stamps or get other government assistance to get by. the hope is that it will spur wal-mart to play its employees a livable wage. at a wal-mart in canton, ohio, store managers are urging employees to participate in a food drive, so their own coworkers can have enough for a thanksgiving dinner. >> i know that you know, when you want to do something good for somebody, it just comes from the heart. >> it's like scrooge posing as mother teresa. >> reporter: he spent five years as secretary of labor in the clinton administration. he says wal-mart pays employees on average $8.80 an hour. >> the rest of us paying our taxes so people can be on food stamps and medicaid. we are in effect subsidizing wal-mart so wal-mart doesn't have to pay a living wage to employees.
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>> reporter: to push wal-mart to take better care of his employees. >> it's not going to hurt us very much. but it could hurt wal-mart. >> reporter: we found shoppers at hilltop drive who agree, $8 an hour is next to impossible to live on. >> i worked in a nursing home for a long time. even though i made more than $8 an hour. what i made, it wasn't enough. >> i made 23, a little over 23. $8, i don't know what the hell you could do with $8. >> we're talking about the largest employer in the entire united states. do they not have some social responsibility? >> reporter: professor rice says a raise for wal-mart employees will have a ripple effect on the rest of the economy, actually even creating even more jobs. we reached out to wal-mart for a response and have yet to hear back from them. ken wayne, ktvu, channel 2 news. the rush of shoppers to
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retail stores on the day after thanksgiving appears to be slowing down as online shopping picks up. according to the nealson forecast, almost half of shoppers plan to buy online. up 30% from last year. nealson expects shoppers to spend about 2% more this year than in 2012. a federal judge refused to issue a temporary restraining order that would have blocked homeless people living on the beverly bulb. the 40-acre site is located north of golden gate field. the city of albany says it poses health and safety concerns. the city council approved spending a half million dollars to clean up the campsite. and helped the people living there transition into shelters. plans call for the albany bulb
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to become a part of east shore state park. we're still tracking the showers in the north bay. that shower activity is going to drop south over the next few hours, and it's going to make for a pretty wet morning commute. santa rosa, just south of the rain falling. most of the rain is up around hillsberg right now. some light scattered showers. all of that is headed your way. here's how it breaks out. tonight, showers spread south. tomorrow, rain and showers pretty much for everybody. not a big giant storm. the roads are going to be wet, and you know how it goes. especially in the morning commute and the afternoon commute. these are the forecasts for tomorrow. scattered showers. you can see in the morning hours in san francisco, the golden gate bridge, the bay bridge, wet there as well. it's going to be an umbrella kind of day. after a month of not umbrella
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kind of weather at all. as we move into this period, we're expecting the rainfall accumulations to be heaviest in the coastal hills. there's a 1-2 punch. you've got tonight and tomorrow's deal. then another system, organizing now, that's going to move in on wednesday. now it looks like it might be productive as well. tomorrow morning, the computer model. it's wet in the north bay. your commute is going to be slow. showers showing up all the way down towards mountain view in the morning hours. by the afternoon, wet roadways. let's move into wednesday. the moist fall continues. it's not organized yet, but there's a lot of moisture streaming off the pacific. 7:00a.m. wednesday, looks like it's going to be wet around the bay area, wednesday morning looks like a wet commute. wednesday afternoon, looks like a wet afternoon commute. this wednesday weather system, i think has more potential than this thing coming through tomorrow. you see it move on out of the area, and then we go into a whole nother weather pattern, where it's going to warm up,
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and dry. some suggesting rainfall accumulations like this over the next two days. it doesn't seem that impressive. but if you come over to the coastal hills. this 1 inch is going to translate to 2, 2.5 inches in the north bay. a half inch around most of the bay area over a couple days. not a bad deal. the rain/snow over the mountains will be a rain/snow mix. it's going to be about 6,000 feet. the five-day forecast is going to show you the bay area weekend in view. warm and dry, temperatures begin to warm up, and the winds kick up. a nice little brush with wetness here as we go into tomorrow. we'll be talking more about this tomorrow. steve will be here tomorrow morning. >> thanks bill. >> thank you bill. mark's here now, another good night for the warriors. nice night again.
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the nba's elite make a habit of winning away from home. and the warriors make it look like no big deal. no much misery in the path to paste the jazz. the warriors steph curry to harrison barnes. curry inbounds, picket fence on the baseline. get it back, pop it. and he had 22 tonight. the warriors pull away in the 3rd. three steals also for steph. here's one for clay thompson. and the warriors go up 28 points. thompson hits 17 and they coast in 98-87. they're 3-3 so far out on the road. the story of the off-season for the giants postseason, tale of timmy's. hudson added to the staff today, expensive for a 38-year- old pitcher recovering from a
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broken leg. he comes back to the bay for 2 years, $23 million. the winningest active pitcher in the major leagues however right now with 205. nothing to sneeze at. monday night football as the seconds tick away, tom brady gets ticked off. find out what it was that gets the patriots quarterback so riled up tonight as the war on nfl officiating wages on. more sports in a moment. to say the least. feediy a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a hero of the table, "so delicious" they'll rave. fresh, natural, frozen. it's the best selection around. spend $30 and a frozen safeway turkey is just 59 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life.
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i guess you could say the patriots understand what the niners already know. the carolina panthers are for real. they're real hungry for a return to the postseason. the great game at charlotte, north carolina. pats up 3. ted ginn, he couldn't make it with the niners. they could use him now. 59 seconds left. enough time for brady to drive. looks for gronkowski for the win. instead, it's intercepted. holding is the call. officials will rule that the ball was uncatchable. so they say no penalty after all. you could see tom brady is beside himself. the panthers win it. they're 7-3. and yeah, no penalty. meantime, it's not your
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imagination. there are more controversial plays. more problems with nfl officiating than ever before. the niners had their issues yesterday. drew brees drilled by brooks. it's ruled an illegal hit. here's coach harbaugh's take on things a day after. >> hit at the right level. hit at the shoulder level, and the quarterback kind of shrunk down, and that's the officials call to make. i thought he made a great play. and you know, didn't get the result. >> no doubt about it. football is changing in the nfl. some, most would argue, not for the better. that's the sporting life. >> a lot of things you can't do these days anymore. thanks mark. thank you for watching the
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