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robivfogeadne.==am/===pl..."shol from a super moon to super foggy. tracking dense fog which could slow things down. >> shots fired at bay area police officers trying to talk to a group of men. this morning, investigators are trying to find the person who targeted them. >> couldn't be afraid. we are going to bring our country back. we just had an election. sort of like, you have to be given a little time. >> donald trump delivers a message to voters during his first television interview since becoming. elect. his plans for health care and immigration. "today in the bay" starts right
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now. a very good monday morning to you. foggy start to our day. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. breaking news. there's been a deadly car accident causing issues overnight at highway 101. what do you know? >> this is the video on 101. bayshore freeway north of sfo. you see the windshield there on the taxi. that's the point of impact where that taxi and another car hit a pedestrian walking along highway 101 early this morning. crews on scene have all lanes blocked for a period of time. just minutes ago it cleared from the roadway. this is sfo exit. before you get to 380, you'll see lights on the shoulder. all lanes cleared from that deadly crash. we do have fog in the area, but not right there. that did not play a part in this crash. you see here in the south bay to
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points east of there in the tri-valley and farther out. as far as traffic flow, we want to slow down. >> south bay and north bay, the most widespread fog. we are also seeing areas right into san francisco. you see live pictures there in san francisco this morning. reduced visibilities. i can show you above ground level as i show you how things look on our live camera. you can see a tough drive right now. afternoon we'll see hazy sunshine. temperatures in the mid 50s. san francisco low 70s around san jose. a lot of rain making a return to the seven-day forecast. >> nice to hear that. the search on for a man who shot at two san jose police officers, neither officer was are injured. >> kris sanchez live at the san jose police department to explain what led up to this shooting. good morning, kris. >> good morning. it sounds like this all started with a routine patrol. the two officers were out of their patrol cars and they were
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approaching a group of young men, perhaps teenagers, when they fled. as they were fleeing, of those young men turned around and started firing at those police officers. neither of them was injured. you can see in the video of the scene near ripley drive, it is a neighborhood where at 7:30 in the evening, anyone could have been in the line of fire, not just those officers. that is the reason the officers did not return fire. the police spokesman says the officers are trained to only shoot if they have a safe and open field, which at that point they did not. this happened on the same day a sheriff's deputy was shot dead execution style. >> we are concerned. we are concerned about the climate. we are concerned there's been something lost in the concept of law and order. it's very near and dear to our hearts when an officer is shot
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down and murdered. >> police describe him as hispanic man in his 20s, 6 feet tall, 180 pounds, clean shaven wearing a black and gray flannel shirt and white t-shirt underneath and dark pants. anyone with any information of what was happening call san jose police. kris sanchez, today in the bay. as kris mentioned, the shots fired at the san jose police officers came the same day a sheriff's deputy was executed by a man in the central valley. dennis wallace died yesterday morning when someone shot him twice in the head as he checked a suspicious van. it happened near houston, about 10 miles outside modesto. authorities arrested the suspect after an hour's long manhunt. they found him more than 100
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miles away in lindsey. >> the suspect tried to steal a purse from a female victim who fought back and called the police. as the police responded to this incident, the suspect fled the scene on foot and was captured. >> the suspect is 37-year-old david maciato was a wanted felon. developing news out of san jose where police are investigating a homicide after a body was found behind an elementary school. a man's body was discovered 1:00 yesterday afternoon in the 3,000 block of peppermint drive near cedar grove elementary. police aren't sure where the crime was committed. they haven't identified any suspects yet. the victim's name hasn't been released. this is their 44th homicide of the year. republicans meet later today
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to discuss last week's resection results. >> the trump transition is already in full swing. >> obviously when we started out -- >> reporter: the trump transition team announced reince pri priebus will serve as chief of staff. >> president-elect trump admits he won't completely replace obamacare. >> are you going to make sure people with preconditions are covered? >> yes. it happens to be one of the strongest assets. also with the children living with their parents for an extended period. >> you're going to keep that. >> very much try to keep that. >> reporter: part of trump's wall with mexico could be a fence. and that millions of immigrants will not be quickly deported. >> that is not what we are focused on. we are focused on securing the border.
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>> reporter: as protests continue, democrats are concerned. >> i caution anyone who in their protest becomes the very thing they are protesting against, turning toç hateful speech, violating principles and ideals sacred in this country. >> reporter: more on campaign promises, appointing pro-life judges? yes. same-sex marriage, it's a law. he's okay with that. appointing a prosecutor to lock up hillary clinton? he says they're good people. he doesn't want to hurt them. tracie potts, nbc news washington. corey booker just now was talking about peaceful protests. speaking of which, thousands in the east bay over the weekend gathered peacefully to protest the results of the presidential election. this was the scene yesterday afternoon during hands across lake merritt. people tracing the perimeter of the length there shoulder to shoulder around the 3 1/2 mile lake sharing concerns about a
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donald trump presidency. >> my heart brought me here. i see all these people who have the same hurt. >> some people choose to use violence to protest and to express themselves, but i believe that we can have more peaceful ways to communicate. >> that protest grew from an idea by allison white from oakland. she put it on facebook mostly for her friends who were upset after the election. people shared that idea thousands of times. that was the result. happening today, san francisco leaders plan to attend a unity gathering supporting the idea of keeping san francisco a sanctuary city. it takes place 10:00 a.m. religious and community leaders will be there, as well. maintaining san francisco's commitment to staying a sanctuary city despite the current political situation. coming up next, a foggy start might be a bit of an understatement. there is a blanket outside. >> seeing it right now around
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san jose. willow glen, cool start to the morning. highs approaching the low 70s. that fog slowing things down. >> that is something drivers have to keep in mind at the san mateo bridge. visibilitiy eiey eied limited.
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for all you friendsgiving hosts, invite who you want, not who you must. serve a turkey, don't serve a turkey. bring classic flaky crescent rolls, or not so classic pizza sticks. and don't forget something sweet, and golden brown fresh from the oven. set the table, set the coffee table, set no table at all. the only rule to follow on friendsgiving... is make it your own. happy friendsgiving. warm up with pillsbury.
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good morning. los gatos, nice start to the morning temperaturewise. after the thick fog, highs approaching mid 70s. easy drive across the bridges. the fog is an issue. or take the rails, no delays. mourners later today are remembering a pennsylvania police officer who was shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute last week. a is very tang will be held for the officer who died last thursday in canonsburg, pennsylvania. the gunman shot and killed his own wife who was pregnant before launching that attack. happening today, elementary schools in alameda will hold an event called "everyone belongs here" after graffiti was found at the school. there have been reports of racist behavior. community members will greet students on campus this morning
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to reassure them that everyone is welcome. bob redell is headed to edison elementary school this morning and will join us with a live report at 5:30. aftershocks rattling new zealand after massive earthquake hit over the weekend. the damage and destruction left behind. if ueadut e dr borethsunomeup i,
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there is a disclaimer here. fog permitting, you'll be able to see this if you head out the
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door before the sun comes up this morning. that is called a super moon. the moon is the closest full moon to the earth since 1948. it's not going to be this close again until 2034. the moon appears larger and reflects 30% more light than normal. this morning and tonight are the best times to see the super moon. >> your shortest travel time in. >> from here to the moon. there you go. it's so foggy out there. >> for some folks. at least in the south bay. some breaks in the clouds. hopefully you saw it yesterday evening. here's the view looking outside at&t park there. 55 degrees. patchy fog. in and around san francisco, a misty morning. you've been seeing low clouds here and there around the bay area. insome san jose, similar view. 58 degrees.
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patchy fog set up. the worse of the fog in the north bay, visibilities down to less than 1/4 mile in napa and san martin. near the coast, a few breaks from the clouds. for today, low clouds to start the day. we'll see hazy sunshine for the afternoon and temperatures once the low clouds clear. hazy sunshine. 72 in concord peninsula. upper 60s today downtown san francisco. mostly mid 60s into the north bay upper 60s to low 70s. we will see a chance of showers coming in tomorrow. note the time stamp here for tuesday 11:00 p.m. a chance of showers and big drop in temperatures, 30s and 40s for morning lows starting wednesday and thursday. rainfall totals not all that impressive. keep an eye on next saturday. we'll see a better chance of heavier rain with that storm.
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notice the temperatures cooling down. san francisco highs in the low 60s. look at the light blue numbers. haven't had to focus on low temperatures for a white. 30s by thursday morning. heavier rain likely due in midday saturday. >> these are dramatic changes in temperature and that rain coming in, too. my goodness. stick with rob for the changes and stick with us for any issues for traffic flow. you see that orange up there. there's fog up there. about 14 minute drive from east shore freeway to the bay bridge. you might want to slow down in areas like the south bay. there is one crash approaching saratoga avenue. minor slowing at the scene. as we look at the live shot, this is the fog. it's making it tougher for us to see that roadway. you can see all right as you're driving. these early hours, slow it down a bit.
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golden gate bridge has dense fog here coming out of the north bay. that may be why even though there is light traffic flow, you see a tiny bit of slowing. wrong map here. we had slowing from ran saefl to the golden gate bridge. >> those maps give a good illustration how widespread that fog is. strong aftershocks shaking up the area in new zealand where a deadly earthquake caused major damage. 7.5 quake centered northeast of christ church. it struck more than 24 hours ago, after midnight monday new zealand time. two people, unfortunately, died. the earthquake triggered landslides and split open roads leaving cows. look at that. just stranded there. no word how crews will save them. sheriff's deputies are looking for five people after a
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contra costa county man was killed in the midst of a violent robbery involving pot. this is 24-year-old zacharies wereter from new jersey. it happened in lleytonville. deputies say the 35-year-old was growing marijuana and robbed by several people who he hired as marijuana trimmers. deputies believe the attackers fled to southern california or possibly somewhere out of state. 4:50. doctors at stanford university children's hospital performed a record number of life-saving organ transplant surgeries last month. they performed 16 surgeries in october. doctors say they had two different donors provide four organs last month. the hospital is attributing the record number of transplant surgeries to more referrals. time to look forward to the
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holida holid holiday. hoverboards were extremely popular last year even though many were recalled and banned from airports. walmart and target included hoverboard in their thanksgiving night door buster black friday deals with discounts more than $100 off. we are expecting to see a quieter day on wall street today. mark zuckerberg responding to critics that social media influenced the election. >> landon dowdy, good morning. >> good monday morning to you. things should be quieter on wall street today. hopefully all week. the dow reached all-time highings in nearly five years. dow closed up 40 points.
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nasdaq. mark zuckerberg is promising toned the surge of fake news on facebook. he is vouing to weed out phony stories which exploded in the run-up to last week like "pope francis backs donald trump," something the pope never said, publically at least. zuckerberg said it's extremely unlikely such stories changed the outcome of the election, but he doesn't want them on his site. major car makers might turn out electric vehicles in great numbers. a report in a leading german newspaper said bmw is planning to boost the sales ofç electri cars by 2/3 in 2017 to 100,000 because battery strength and performance improved so much. bmw only sold 1,000 models.
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>>. >> what's the most awkward thing about taking mass transit? coming up, you will not only find out, but the bay area transit agency trying to help alleviate the problem. one year later, a cal state long beach student who was the only american killed in the paris attacks is being remembered. we link the story to our facebook page. a football coach being honored for his historic 1963 season. read about it on i am extremely proud of jackie, gaby and stephanie. we worked with pg&e to save energy because we
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wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california.
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welcome back on your monday. take a live look at the golden
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gate bridge. what you see is a thick blanket of fog this morning. a fog advisory in effect until 8:00. it's likely going to affect your morning commute. give yourself extra time as you head out the door this morning. >>. >> donald trump's election win could put one of the most controversial issues of his campaign on hold. lawyers for the president-elect filed a motion to delay the trump university trial until after the presidential inauguration. trump's attorney says it will give the president-elect more time to focus his energy transitioning to the white house. the lawsuit against trump university accuses the president-elect of misleading students with false promises. spiritual leaders used a slice of silicon valley technology to try to bring people together following last tuesday's stunning election and the outrage that followed. faith leaders used facebook live. the event connected dozens of locations in a national discussion to help calm the
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nation. a panel of ministers and community leaders took part. one viewing took place in a church in san francisco. >> protest and resist, find the open doors we can walk through together. >> the event was popular in homes across the nation. some critics say the event happened too soon and not everyone is ready for healing just yet. b.a.r.t.'s new fleet of the future is designed to keep uncomfortable eye contact to a minimum. b.a.r.t. said one of the biggest responses they got was that the seating arrangements make people feel uncomfortable, can you do something about that? the new seats are farther apart. you won't see knee-to-knee seats either. the new fleet should be within operation the next five years. love on b.a.r.t. i bet it's happened. very foggy start to our monday
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morning. can't see behind you there. >> san jose looking east to evergreen. not a bad day. highs in the low 70s as we track two chances of rain ahead. >> this is oakland with fog. low clouds. how widespread it is. ma pas otheay ea ewang unr aeao
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many parts of the bay area waking up under a heavy blanket
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of fog. we are tracking the conditions. a south bay manhunt. police searching for a suspect who opened fire on multiple police officers. >> president-elect donald trump gives his first interview. >> are you really going to build a wall? >> yes. >> what he has to say coming up. "today in the bay" starts right now. a very good monday morning to you. foggy start to our day. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. is there a fog advisory? >> a dense fog advisory. parts of the south bay. everywhere this morning, you're seeing visibility drop to 1/4 mile or less at times. some of the worst fog more downtown san jose. peninsula and tri-valley seeing a few breaks in the clouds. the super moo


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