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sources say the business owners were being forced to give up large percentages of the winnings from the machines. 10 locations were raided simultaneously throughout the bay area. of those 10, 6 were in san jose. agent arrested 7 people. some of them had local ties to games here in san jose. they all now face federal charges. we confronted the manager of ozone tonight who denied everything. was there illegal gambling happening here? >> no. [ indiscernible ] >> i think the bottom line is it's very profitable for these coffee shops to have the illegal gaming devices inside their businesses and it brings in a lot of money for these businesses. >> reporter: and cops say gambling is just part of the problem. you're looking at hidden camera footage of the illegal activity going on in these so-called bikini bars in san jose. the vice cops say it's turning san jose into the bay area's
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sin city. tonight at 11:00, we go undercover to check out some of these operations. >> thank you. two of the biggest technology companies in the world have been locked in a heated court battle. apple accusing samsung of stealing its ideas. and today, a jury agreed as our mark sayre reports, samsung now owes apple $900 million but jurors from the trial say it's more than just the money. >> reporter: since the legal process does not move as fast as the pace of technology, this case surrounds some older products including the samsung galaxy s2. a previous jury found samsung did violate apple's patents but this jury was tasked with deciding a big portion of the damages. some jurors say they feel apple simply made a better case that it was harmed and samsung didn't put on enough evidence nor witnesses. >> we had way more information from apple. and i think we were left wondering why we hadn't gotten other information from samsung. we didn't have much to counter it with.
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>> reporter: this juror says while jurors considered only the facts of this case, there is no question the decision sends a larger message. >> if you invent something that's a valuable commodity and you get to -- you get to have the rewards of that invention. >> reporter: cnet's senior writer sat in on the trial and agrees there is a takeaway for silicon valley as a whole. >> they felt that they wanted to protect patents and they wanted -- they wanted companies to keep making things, keep inventing things and to feel comes that the court system will protect them. >> reporter: and another juror says it was not lost on her that this was a case that could have a worldwide impact. >> i knew it was big but i didn't know how big. >> reporter: in a statement, apple says, for apple, this case has always been about more than patents and money. it's been about innovation and the hard work that goes into inventing products that people love. while it's impossible to put a price tag on those values, we are grateful to the jury for
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showing samsung that copying has a cost. so today's jury here in san jose actually awarded $290 million of that $900 million total payment that samsung now owes to apple for its part though samsung issuing a statement this afternoon saying it is very disappointed in today's verdict and it does plan to appeal. reporting live from federal district in san jose, i'm mark sayre, kpix 5. >> both sides will be back in court again next year for another patent infringement trial. bart and its unions are facing a new fight after the bart board approved most but not all of the new contract with the unions. the sticking point, a family leave provision. the unions have already ratified the full contract but today, the bart board of supervisors voted to accept the contract without that provision. it's part of a deal that includes six weeks of paid leave for union workers to take care of a seriously ill family member or to bond with a new child. bart management says it's a
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mistake in the agreement and the unions are furious. >> this is a fair and equitable contract for our employees in my opinion and it's a fordable and establishable for our writers. >> we're stunned. we think the board has taken an action that is not legally defensible. >> reporter: the unions can go back to their members to ratify the contract without the family leave provision renegotiate a new contract, take legal action against bart or strike. the unions are meeting with a legal team to decide what to do. >> first the rain now strong gusting winds are set to sweep across the bay area. brian hackney is in for paul tonight on our high wind advisory. we have gusts already up to about 35 miles an hour in some of the windiest spots in the bay area. it's all happening because of that storm that's headed south. building high pressure in its wake combined with that low means we have gusts up to 45 miles an hour out of the north- northeast and with the recent rains, the ground softening up
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a little bit, not like we got a huge gully-washer but nevertheless there's the threat of downed power lines and also downed tree limbs. and as you can see right now if you look at the hot colors, that's where the strongest winds are, they are expected to be at the higher elevations. so now we have calm winds in san jose. it's up to 15 miles an hour at sfo. but in the north bay, north bay hills and then extending to the east bay hills later, there's winds gusting up to 30 miles an hour at santa rosa and in the futurecast this is a model of how the winds should kick up tonight. strongest will be in the north bay up to 30 to 40 miles an hour. you can feel that. so it will be windy enough to fly an iron kite tonight in the bay area. that could lead to some problems. we'll monitor it and have the whole forecast in 10 minutes. >> thank you. californians who lost their health coverage because of obamacare are out of luck. today "covered california" rejected a plea from president obama to extend those policies as his team works out the bugs in the affordable care act. steve large is in sacramento. now, steve, california is not
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going to help the white house. and this could affect hundreds of thousands of people. >> reporter: well, "covered california" essentially voted to stay the course. they are not going to allow those who are facing their policies to be terminated january 1 any type of extension. there was a chance of a one- year extension. the vote was unanimously by the "covered california" board 5-0. and, of course, this comes as president obama has been facing backlash after telling americans they could keep their healthcare insurance if they wanted. it turns out that's not true. one of the critics of this vote today happened to be the state insurance commissioner dave jones who says that this is a disservice to policyholders. now, bottom line here, after this vote today, i can tell you that there are 900,000 californians who have received cancellation notices. some of those people will be able to get some type of subsidy to get them into a
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"covered california" policy. but the vast majority of them, 600,000 also not. now, we're going to hear in a moment from the executive director of "covered california." but first, here is that state insurance commissioner dave jones. >> jones: "covered california" should have released health insurers from the contract provision and allowed them to renew their existing policyholders so health insurers can comply with the president's promise and so policyholders can derive the benefits from the promise. preventing consumers from renewing their contracts is a disservice. >> 1% of californians will be faced with financial challenges. it means a lot if you are that 1%. the issue of relooking at subsidies is a important issue for congress to look at. far too much attention is trying to destroy and undercut the affordable care act. >> reporter: "covered california" again voting 5-0 not to give any extensions to those policyholders whose
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policies were canceled as of january 1. 600,000 will not be eligible for subsidies. they will have to get new policies and possibly paying more money. live in sacramento, steve large, kpix 5. >> "covered california" says so far, more than 360,000 people have signed up for accounts on its website. eight armed robberies in just a few hours and tonight vallejo police are searching for a pair of gunmen involved in a crime spree that targeted victims one right after the other. kpix 5's john ramos on the mini crime wave. >> reporter: the crime spree began here about 5:30 p.m. when a resident on the 100 block of olympic drive was robbed at gunpoint by two men. one wearing a mask and the other a bandana across his face. the next robbery happened a short time later in the busy parking lot of seafood city on sonoma boulevard. >> which makes this even that much more brazen because the
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areas of these robberies very heavily populated areas. >> reporter: police say they got wallets and purses and then the thieves moved to the 400 block of louisiana street robbing someone in front of a house. the next stickup happened at the 7-eleven on tennessee street but this is the one police aren't sure about because the cashier was robbed by a single gunman after a group of young men had been ejected for causing a disturbance. but police say that because the 7-eleven robbery was so close and so soon after the incident on louisiana, they will be reviewing any surveillance video to see if there is a connection. next, people were robbed at houses on pueblo way and another road. both victims had just returned home from shopping so police are considering they may have been followed home. finally, around 9 p.m., a holdup of a delivery truck driver in the costco parking lot on plaza drive. and another victim robbed near pep boys right next door. that's 8 robberies in less than 4 hours. if the thieves were trying to get the attention of police,
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they succeeded. >> that tells me that these individuals really showed no regard whatsoever for either of them being caught and/or them hurting someone in the commission of this crime. we're going to really work towards identifying the responsible individuals in these cases and we are going to spend as much time as we need to, to make that happen. >> reporter: in vallejo, john ramos, kpix 5. >> and you're being asked to contact police if you have any information about these suspects. remember the guy arrested in san francisco back in october for allegedly masterminding that illegal drug empire called silk road? at a bail hearing today, a prosecutor accused him of running the site and paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to try to kill six people. ross william ulbricht now being held without bail in new york as he awaits trial. he could face life in prison. coming up, keeping renters
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in their homes during our red- hot real estate market. the push to close a loophole to curb the epidemic of evictions. >> not normally known for being friendly to the environment, how locomotives in the bay area are going green. >> i could potentially unlock a car in denver or in new york from an office in san francisco. >> and imagine someone hacking into your car. see how someone could make you helpless while you're behind the wheel.
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ellis act evictions in the there is a downside to san francisco's booming real estate market. ellis acts evictions in the city have jumped 45% in the last year allowing apartment building owners to evict tenants if they want to get out of the rental business.
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but city leaders say, that's got to end. kpix 5 reporter linda yee says they are moving to change the law. >> reporter: ken, one idea is to ban or at least impose a moratorium on "ellis act" here in san francisco but that will be a tough political sell in sacramento. so mayor lee is leading a coalition coming up with amendments to the "ellis act" making it tougher and more expensive for landlords to evict tenants. >> reporter: this elderly couple is one of eleven families being evicted from their north beach apartment building, victims of an epidemic of "ellis act" evictions. city records show 162 evictions in the 12 months before september. randy shaw of the tenderloin housing clinic blames it on a hot real estate market and speculators. >> they buy a building and then the next day they go out of the landlord business which they have never been in and it's a way to preempt eviction laws for speculators.
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>> reporter: the "ellis act" allows apartment owners who want to get out of the rental business to evict tenants but state and local lawmakers are working to change that by imposing restrictions on how the "ellis act" is used. >> we need to shut down the incentives that they have used tow evict tenants. we have to make sure we make it harder for these repeat real estate speculators trying to flip properties. >> reporter: some suggestions include more permits or hearings before the resale of a property. or require landlords own a building for at least five years before they can use the "ellis act" to evict tenants. >> if someone has to own the building for five years before they can ellis, that puts a speculator out of business. >> reporter: urban green investments bought the building that 92-year-old man and his 88- year-old wife have lived in for 30 years. they have to move out by february. the real estate company's own website cites recent building purchases and its commitment to
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preserving the city's architectual and culture identity. calls to the owners to get their take on the efforts to restrict the "ellis act" were not returned and no one at their offices in the city's marina district would comment. >> i don't think there's anybody here that's going to want to make a comment. >> reporter: the california apartment owners association told me late this afternoon they will oppose any efforts to change the "ellis act." in the meantime, the coalition is hoping to come up with proposed amendments for the state legislature before sessions begin in january. reporting live in san francisco, linda yee, kpix 5. >> a family evicted as part of the "ellis act" has found a place to live. we told you about the li family in september. they lived in an apartment on jackson for more than 34 years before getting forced out. the family has found a new place to live and started moving into that apartment yesterday. some bay area trains will soon be a lot greener as they
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roll along the tracks. don ford shows us the little device being tested here that could make a big difference for the environment. >> reporter: it's still the most efficient way to move goods across land. the railroad. locomotives are huge, powerful and they run on diesel. now this little switcher engine being tested in richmond may make locomotives a lot cleaner, says train salesman steve. >> it's qualified as a ultra low emissions locomotive which is a word that the epa uses. >> reporter: it's the cleanest running diesel locomotive in the nation first one ever built to meet the highest clean air standards claiming to reduce particulate matter by 90%. the bay area air quality management district along with richmond pacific rail corporation are testing it for a year. so far, they like what they see. >> we have here behind us one of the lowest emitting
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locomotives in california. it's project the lowest emitting locomotive in the country and we're excited to have it here in richmond. >> reporter: jeff schwab is one of the engineers who gets to drive this new machine. >> very quiet. it's like the prius of locomotives. >> reporter: it's not a hybrid. it's still a full-fledged locomotive but only using two smaller super efficient engines. only one of those when it needs to. when stopped, both engines shut down. the new computer and software controls everything. if the testing goes well for the next year it could change switch yard operations nationwide. in richmond, don ford, kpix 5. we're talking about the rain yesterday. it's sort of tapered off. now we have the winds. >> we have the rain and wind. and we have the snow. >> good! >> up in the sierra. >> good for the holiday. >> we have a little video to show you where they have the treetops on the ground covered with a light dusting of snow. light? they have had nine inches at
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sierra at tahoe. that's what you're looking at right now. they have the lifts as you can gently running, not opening day yet but they are praying for cold weather to continue and the three-quarters of a foot of snow is not a bad precedent. right now we are only at about -- san jose only has 29% of average rainfall this time of the year. the numbers are in the mid-50s but believe me, you live in the bay area long enough there are some years that start slow and finish big and there's some years that are -- like last year, started big, finishes with a wimper. it's early-morning. it's november. 57 at concord right now. 58 livermore. santa rosa 58 degrees. wind speeds are the big story tonight. wind advisories around the bay area, not too bad down in the south bay. the hotter colors those redder colors are higher elevations and that's where the stronger winds are. gusts right now to 30 miles an hour at santa rosa and 28 miles an hour in fairfield. airport isn't too bad really, san francisco 15 miles an hour. 8 p.m.
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temperatures mostly mid-50s clear skies. tomorrow numbers warmer than today. we'll top out in the mid-60s. the low pressure liz mentioned is now over the southland and high pressure is building in strongly. the battle between the two means that we get strong northeasterlies and those strong winds will be with us through tomorrow mid day and then the high pressure establishing itself over the state. it will dominate until who knows when, maybe until wednesday the next chance we have of rain. so it will be dry between now and midweek next week. but after that, looks like the storm door might open up a little bit. meantime sunshine after the winds tonight. overnight lows we are going to be looking at readings in the upper 30s at redwood city about 44 at pacifica and in san francisco tonight we'll get down to 46. for tomorrow nice, mid-60s. 64 in the city. and 64 in san jose. extended forecast, going to be a nice weekend. a lot of sun, breezy conditions, and temperatures in the mid-60s. and then a cloud no bigger than a man's hand blows up on wednesday and by thursday, that could lead to maybe a drop or two. so we shall see. >> we'll take it.
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>> thank you. still ahead, how the next stage of a $1.6 billion transit project could disrupt the bart commute next week. >> imagine someone hacking into your car. see how much control one person could have with you in the driver's seat. ,,,, [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a hero of the table, "so delicious" they'll rave.
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your car. you can't stop.. you can't do anything. tonit allen martin manage speeding down the freeway when suddenly you lose control of your car. can't stop, can't do anything. tonight, allen martin shows us how easy it would be for someone to hack your car. >> it's quite terrifying when you don't have brakes, right? >> reporter: a month after chris valasek demonstrated for forbes magazine how he could hack in and take control of a car, he and his partner released details of their research at defcon, one of the
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longest running and largest hacker conventions in the world. their findings are now plastered across the internet. kpix 5 first warned of the possibility of car hacking nearly two years ago. a security expert says it's a real threat. >> i would say you're actually driving your smartphones down the road. >> reporter: he says he released the information to hackers to help solve the vulnerable issue. >> you're going 199 miles per hour now even though that's apparently not the case. >> reporter: some cars have more than 30 of these small computers. valasek used a laptop to hack in. >> we were able to take control of the brakes, the steering wheel, seatbelts. tighten them. >> annoying. >> oh, my god. >> we could engage the brakes and regardless of what you did you couldn't move the car. >> reporter: imagine that at rush hour. >> a nightmare scenario. it hasn't been tested or proven yet. consider 100 cars on the golden gate, half brake, half accelerate, all at the same time. >> reporter: researchers in the university of washington, uc- san diego and rutgers university are looking into car hacking including the sensors in tires.
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>> the transmits wirelessly into the vehicle. >> reporter: a professor was able to remotely hack into tire pressure monitors that are required in most cars since 2008. they emit a signal allowing tire pressure to be checked electronically. >> we have 36 pounds of air in that tire. >> reporter: but using common lab equipment researchers were able to capture the tire monitor signal, rewrite it and send it back to the car triggering a dashboard warning light. >> and major the car think that -- >> and make the car think that its tires are flat while they are not. it is plausible that somebody uses this to stop you from the side of the road. [ beep ] >> reporter: matthew by his own admission has hacked into multiple cars using cellular technology. >> i could potentially unlock a car in denver or in new york from our office here in san francisco. >> reporter: his company has made it a mission to find the most technologically vulnerable cars on the road. >> this information we don't release publicly. we want to help people secure their vehicles.
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>> reporter: isec primarily works with car manufacturers, ford and chrysler taking steps to increase their security features. allen martin, kpix 5. coming up in the next half hour, the hate crime charges that prompted this rally at a bay area university today. >> how a 1.$6 billion bay area transit project could disrupt the bart commute next week. >> and how mushrooms could help keep e. coli out of the bay area drinking water supply. ,, ,,
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charges of a hate crime. len ramirez is at san jose state... with mo now at 6:30 a rally at a bay area university today sparked by charges of a hate crime. len ramirez standing by at san jose state university with more on what police say happened to an african-american student. len. >> reporter: well, police continued their investigation the d.a. has its own investigation and san jose state officials are investigating why campus housing officials apparently knew about some of this harassment that was going on but apparently allowed it to continue. >> reporter: hundreds of students marched on the san jose state campus in protest
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over a series of alleged hate crimes against an african- american student by his three white roommates in their shared campus dorm suite. >> we matter. we are here. >> that's right. >> we are here. >> reporter: the district attorney's office has issued arrest warrants for the three white students all 18 years old, logan beaschler of bakersfield, joseph bomgardner of clovis and colin warren of woodacre. >> this is a case about a 17- year-old boy who went to college and over a period of almost two months was harassed and bullied because of his race. >> reporter: deputy district attorney erin west says the white students hung a confederate flag in their shared living space and called the african-american students three-fifths a slur dating back to slavery and allegedly forced him to wear a bike lock in the shape of a neck iron. >> three roommates took a u shaped bicycle lock and the three of them forced it around his neck. and once they had it locked around his neck, they forced had i am to remain in it saying
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that they didn't know where the key was. >> reporter: the case only came to light after the boy's parents visited his dorm room and saw the confederate flag and the "n" word written on a white board and reported it to housing officials. students called it hard to believe. >> the chain around the young man's neck, that's something that's -- that's not forgivable to me because that represents the oppression that our people have gone through. >> campus administrators are scrambling to find out how this could go on for months without housing officials or resident advisors being aware and/or taking action. >> distressing. it's more than embarrassing. and sad and shocking to see it happen. >> reporter: the president of san jose's chapter of the naacp says he will be contacting federal authorities to look into possible civil rights violations. >> they have issues and we need to really start addressing the racial tension on this campus. >> reporter: the black student was 17 when the incidents
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started. because he was a minor he is not being named by the police department here on the campus police. as for the three other students, they have been suspended by the university. they also are facing up to one year in jail. that's if they are convicted on the misdemeanor charges. live in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> and the students charged in that case are not expected to appear in court until next month. the owner of a chinese restaurant in oakland has been charged with more than a dozen labor violations. according to the alameda county d.a.'s office, the man turned himself in and is now in custody. he owns century buffet in the fruitvale district. he is accused of failing to pay minimum wages and committing fraud. if convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison. an international effort is under way to bring home an 85- year-old palo alto man detained in north korea. merrill newman was pulled off a
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plane heading back to the u.s. three weeks ago. north korea has not acknowledged it's holding him and the state department also isn't confirming he is detained. his son says the day before the flight his father met with north korean officials and had a discussion about his army service in the korean war. >> we haven't heard anything. we have worked through the state department from the day that he was supposed to depart. we've heard nothing. >> then there's this. turns out there is another korean war veteran named merrill newman. he was awarded the silver star for leading his play tina series of a-- platoon in a series of attacks that inflicted casualties. his son isn't sure if authorities have confused his father with the other merrill. the tunnel boring machine that has been carving out the path for san francisco's new central subway may cause some bart delays next week. the machine nicknamed mom chung will begin crossing under
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market street at 4th near the old navy store on monday. the tunnels will be located about 10 feet below the bart tunnel and will eventually form a new branch of the t-3rd line connecting the city's soma district with stops at union square and eventually chinatown. checking bay area headlines, at the richmond harbor authorities pulled a car out of the water with a body inside. the car is registered to a man who lives aboard a boat nearby. it may have been a terrible accident. authorities think the car was in reverse when it crashed through on barriers and went backwards into the water. and that was a driver of a utility truck speeding away from the chp down southbound 101 early this morning. the man took off when rohnert park police tried to pull him over. chp set spike strips out causing the truck to hit an suv. after the driver ditched the truck, police were eventually able to wrestle him to the
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ground. the federal communications commission just recently said it's safe to use electronics during an entire airplane flight. they are now considering letting people make phone calls. the fcc says it's considering a proposal that would let passengers make phone calls, text and use cellular data during the flight. but not during take-off and landing. if approved, planes would have to be fitted with special antennae in order for phones to work in the air. senate democrats today went nuclear making the biggest change to the senate rules in decades. senate democrats voted to change the number of votes needed to break a filibuster from 60 down to 51, a simple majority. that move strips the minority party's ability to block presidential nominees for everything except the u.s. supreme court. it's called the nuclear option. and for good reason. >> the vote today i think is an indication that a majority of senators believes i believe that enough is enough. >> this was nothing more than a
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power grab. in order to try to advance the obama administration's regulatory agenda, you know, they just broke the senate rules in order to exercise the power grab. >> democrats changed the rule out of frustration over republicans who have been blocking president obama's nominees. a few years ago when democrats were in the minority, they criticized republicans for even considering a similar rule change. a big day on wall street led to the dow jones closing about 16,000 -- above 16,000 for the first time. stocks were up thanks to news on the job market. the dow was up 109. the nasdaq picked up 47 points. the s&p 500 gained 14. coming up, how potentially dangerous bacteria in the bay area's drinking water supply is being filtered out with fungus. >> your environment can actually affect your waistline. >> how some nutritionists say your home could be making you heavy. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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help clean up its water sup kpix 5's ryan takeo shows uw *mushrooms are being used o protect the san pablo reser. an east bay community is turning to an unlikely source to clean up its water supply. kpix 5 reporter ryan takeo shows us how mushrooms are being used to protect the san pablo reservoir. >> reporter: before we show you this assembly line, we'll show you what this group is trying to protect. the san pablo reservoir. the issue is this, stormwater runoff flows into the reservoir when it rains. it flows from places like this cattle grazing field to a stream, then to the reservoir. that's where the group bay area radical mycology helps. >> it's a living filter or microfilter. >> reporter: this group is putting together a buffer so e. coli from cattle waste is not a part of the stormwater runoff. >> since there's a lot of cow poop here and e. coli is something that goes with that cow poop, we're trying to keep that from getting into the stream. the enzymes will keel the e. coli. they will kill every kind of microbe but it is effective on
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e. coli. >> reporter: the mushrooms are in this white block. volunteers break it up and then mix it with wood chips soaked in water. >> great. >> reporter: then it gets mixed together and put in a sack. the bag goes in between the pasture and the stream bed. >> it's going to grow on the straw and then on the wood chips and while they are consuming the fuel of the wood chips, they are also able to consume fecal e. coli. >> it might be a surprise to some people that we're not using more modern technology. >> reporter: this is the first time mushrooms have ever been used to protect water runoff but these enthusiasts hope it will become a new natural answer. in orinda, ryan takeo, kpix 5. >> east bay m.u.d. insists that e. coli is not an issue in the reservoir but that it supports the group's pilot project. looking for a way to lose weight? coming up, how some
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nutritionists say your home environment affects your waistline. >> well, the rain, rain has gone away, but the winds have taken its place. gusty night expected tonight in the bay area. details ahead. >> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the turkey bowl in san francisco is set. [ chanting ] >> trust me, they're not the only turkeys in this sportscast. >> they are knocked down but that's okay. >> and one more turkey. >> gobble, gobble, gobble! >> giant turkey gobblers. >> one on one before the head coach coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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cbs reporter melanie woodrow sh : the answer could be as easy as rearranging yr food storage. looking for a way to slim down? melanie woodrow shows us the answer could be as easy as rearranging your food storage. >> reporter: mother of two ingrid from glendale recently made a dent in her biggest battle. >> i have always been overweight. my whole life. >> reporter: looking to lose another 10 pounds, she agreed to let clinical nutritionist jennifer stop by. >> hi. >> hi. >> reporter: she says your house could be making you
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heavy. >> it's called obese-edemic environment. >> it means your environment can affect your waistline. >> this is our kitchen. >> let's take a look. >> reporter: she says banish unhealthy foods to the back of the cabinet. >> have more healthy stuff up front like the tuna, a little rearranging. how do you feel? >> i think it's great. >> reporter: rearranging applies to the fridge, as well. >> strawberries, fruit, excellent. >> reporter: bye-bye chocolate. >> chocolate wafer cookies, other chocolate here go to the back. >> reporter: make sure less healthy foods are off the countertop. >> seeing the foods makes us have cravings. >> reporter: it's not what you see and where you see it but how you plate it. >> in a dark dish you might serve yourself less because you can it with contrast. >> i had never heard that. >> reporter: snacking on the couch while watching tv might feel cozy but you're more likely to overeat and be less
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aware of when you're full. so she says, turn off the tube. >> another great tip is to keep your -- where you eat, the room where you eat, stress-free. you don't want to be thinking about the bills or work or clutter. >> reporter: one thing you should always leave in plain view your workout gear. >> i think it will not only impact me but my family. >> reporter: making for a healthy house and happy waistlines. melanie woodrow, kpix 5. >> nutritionists also say swap out clear containers for opaque ones. if you can't see the food, you're less likely to eat it when you're not hungry. >> i got one for you. go outside and walk up the hills of san francisco in the wind. >> don't be so obvious. you can exercise? what does that have to do with anything? that's a good tip. how windy is it? the answer is probably blowing in the wind especially at the de young museum tonight. that's where the kpix 5 mobile weather lab is. it's blowing around a little bit. the winds in downtown san
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francisco about 21 miles an hour. and i take it all back. there's not a pompom waving. [ laughter ] >> sometimes you -- you know, you have questions like is this -- do you guys do the news live? ladies and gentlemen, that's proof. north and east bay hills we have wind advisories tonight. it is blowing out there in santa rosa, gusts to 40 miles an hour. it's going to favor the north bay peaks and the gusts could be up to 45. power lines coming down, tree limbs coming down, maybe not the palm trees. south bay not as affected. the higher you go the more the wind blows and the winds out of the north-northwest at mountain view right now at 9 miles an hour. santa rosa 30 miles an hour sustained gusts to 40 miles an hour and you will notice higher elevations, now in the bay area, the numbers are mostly in the mid-50s and we are going to be looking for numbers to stay relatively mild tonight because of the winds that won't let things get that cold. by 8:00, we'll just be in the mid-50s with mostly clear skies
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and here's why it's happening. low pressure has exited central california. it's now heading to the southland where they have a few showers there in san diego county. high pressure building in close to that low pressure that's exiting means that it's going to be windy and then sunny. so to sum it up we're looking for things to stay windy in the north bay. hotter colors are mostly in the higher elevations and there's no elevations higher than the sierra where wind gusts will be 70 miles an hour where cambi brown is standing by. >> reporter: conditions at donner summit not terrible. in fact, take a look. we're looking at 19.6 degrees although with the wind chill, it is feeling colder than that. taking a look at wind speed we are looking at 1.8 miles per hour, 2.4. it's jumping quickly. in the last 20 minutes, 23.7 miles per hour is the peak. so really not terrible. we have just seen the gusts in the 20s for the past couple of hours or so although they are
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expecting the wind gusts to pick up later on into the evening. we spoke to one tow truck driver who is expecting to be very busy tonight. for kpix 5, i'm cambi brown. >> i know we're not exactly overwhelming you with these wind velocities but believe me the gusty winds tonight, and we have a sunny weekend ahead. it will be dry through midweek but don't be lulled into a false sense of security. it will be gusty especially in the north bay. rainfall, the other factor, so we get this rain that sweeps through, what did that do to the rainfall season? not much. i mean, but it's early in the season. santa rosa is only at 29%. elsewhere about half average. but you know as well as i do that if you have been around the bay area any amount of time that you can start slow and end with a lot of rain at the end and it's too early in the season to draw any conclusions. pinpoint forecast though, we do know this, going to be sunny over much of the northern half of the state. overnight lows tonight will be in the upper 30s and low 40s. and for the pinpoint forecast temperatures where we should be. this is the time of the year when livermore and san francisco have the same average
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daytime high of 62. and that's about where livermore will be tomorrow, 65 degrees. mid-60s does it for much of the bay area. 67 kentfield, 64 rohnert park in the far north though 67 will do it for st. helena. dry through midweek. the next chance of rain in the bay area, maybe by thursday. in the meantime, sunshine and i promise, wind! dennis has sports coming up. you ,,
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nelson was 17-18 for 355 yas and fourtouchdowns last week against, a rematch, ts time in the c for the right galileo high school quarterback kyle nelson was 17 of 18 for 355 yards and 4 touchdowns last week against lowell. today a rematch. this time the city semifinals with the right to go to the turkey bowl a week from today. if you can, friends in the stands, enemies on the field. 3rd quarter, tied at 22, lowell's when lou takes it right up the middle 15-yard touchdown to put the cardinals on top. but the lions would roar back. kyle nelson who accounted for 41 touchdowns during the regular season hit jackson for the score. galileo scored 24 unanswered points to beat lowell for the second week in a row, 46-28,
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hold the yams, please. >> as a city guy you always think about playing on turkey day. >> since i was in 6th grade i wanted to play. i'm going to make the best of it. [ chanting ] in the other semifinal lincoln hosting michigan, end of the 4th quarter, tied at 12, mission could not punch it in. huge goal line stand by the mustangs to send it to overtime. lincoln inside the 5, fumble, the left tackle justin lee falls on it and that is a game winning touchdown. lincoln beats mission 18-12 to advance to the title game. we ain't playing on these -- >> yeah! [ screaming ] [ chanting ] [ singing ]
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back to the grassroots, elizabeth, do you remember your fight song in high school? >> sipping it now. >> i don't think we had one. >> were you the homecoming queen? you had to be. >> no. i wasn't. >> really? wow, that's a shocker. [ laughter ] turkey bowl a week from -- >> gobble, gobble, gobble. >> we're on fire here! jim harbaugh is 3-0 as a coach on monday fight football. he will get a chance to make it four straight when the 49ers play the redskins monday night. >> turn out the lights the party is over ♪ >> you grew up with howard and dandy don and frank. was it a huge deal in your household? >> it was. if we could stay up that late. that was always the, you know, the -- when we would argue and lobby to try to stay up. ♪ the party's over >> my dad would lay on the floor and we would have our
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heads on his -- under his arms and watching the football game and then somewhere along the second half 3rd quarter, 4th quarter, we would fall asleep and he would carry us up to bed. so wonderful memories of that. >> yeah. those really were the days. that's before the nfl network and before the payback. that was great stuff. fifth quarter monday night 49ers and redskins here on channel 5. the big game is saturday at stanford. but this year, it appears to be big game in name only. the cardinal are favored by 4 touchdowns. and you can see why. cal is the big underdog. the bears are winless in the pac-12 allowing over 44 points a game and cal fans have let first year head coach sonny dykes know the honeymoon is over. >> guys on the message board said to have four personalities that have arguments with themselves. you can't take that stuff too seriously. i'm on twitter for recruiting and that kind of stuff.
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i don't get that i'm going to kill your kids but i get, you know, i get stuff from time to time that i'm not that excited about. >> man, he is up on the coach already. shooting sports is one of the toughest parts of the television profession. just ask touchdown dave. >> it's kickoff time. >> it's a cell feed and you know what's about to happen. >> are they going to run him over? >> sports in texas gets knocked down but never stops rolling even finishes the stand-up. >> knocked down but that's okay! [ laughter ] this is football time right here. >> yeah. great stuff. and this just in. manny ramirez junior is going to be going to usf. >> wow! >> from an arizona college. >> how about that? >> power of the dons. >> love it. ,,,,
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