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a huge mess was left behind where rogelio chavez was arrested a week after he broke out of santa clara jail. authorities used tear gas in the house and tactical team members tore down the ceiling to find him. his friend karla fernandez lives at the home and is in custody for helping a fugitive. >> she is very responsible person. but she had a few incidents that were challenging for her. >> next, week santa clara county supervisors decide whether to spend $300,000 on new cameras for the part of the jail where chavez and other inmates managed to escape last week. there is growing fear of deportation among undocumented immigrants in the u.s. but san jose's top cop says not in my city!! kpix 5's maria medina live at sjpd headquarters with what chief eddie garcia plans to announce in just a few hours. good morning, maria. >> reporter: good morning, brian. yeah. the top cop here is expected to announce the long-standing position on immigration and the san jose mayor is going to join
him and i can tell you just a couple of weeks ago he told undocumented immigrants, quote, we have your backs. and he basically went on to say that they won't allow the police department to get involved in federal immigration enforcement and that the mayor is prepared to go to court to block any federal activity that he believes is unconstitutional to undocumented immigrants with criminal records. this is in response to president-elect donald trump's promise to deport millions of undocumented immigrants with criminal records. >> a lot of students are scared. now, they don't know what the uncertainty is for today and tomorrow. they don't know if tomorrow they are going to need to pack and go back to mexico with their parents. >> reporter: we saw it protests at bay area schools against president-elect trump's promise. meanwhile, county supervisors here in santa clara have said he is willing to spend millions for undocumented immigrants who face deportation to get them free legal services and just
yesterday, governor jerry brown appointed the first latino attorney general in the history of california. all right. so that press conference is scheduled at 11:00 just in a few hours again with the police chief, the mayor and several city leaders including the mexican consul-general. live at sjpd, maria medina, kpix 5. president-elect donald trump holds more meetings today as he continues to fill out his administration. last night he held a victory celebration sounding like he did on the campaign trail. we have more. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: president-elect donald trump kicked off his thank you tour in ohio last night emphasizing his victory over hillary clinton. >> we won in a landslide. that was a landslide! >> reporter: in cincinnati the crowd was mostly silent as mr. trump addressed lingering divisions. >> we are going to come together. we have no choice. we have to. and it's better. >> reporter: he became fired up when he unveiled another cabinet pick retired general james mattis. >> we are going to appoint "mad dog" mattis! [ applause and cheers ]
>> as our secretary of defense! [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: in the past mattis has said that responding to political islam is a major security issue facing the country. he is expected to face a tough challenge in getting senate confirmation since he retired three years ago, not seven, as the law requires. cbs news. during the ohio rally he pledged to build a wall between the mexico and the u.s. >> we are both taking a breath. >> yes,er. >> one of us is going to say let's check in with roqui. >> you do that. >> over here, brian. over here. [ laughter ] okay. let's head to menlo park where we have a car fire to tell you about causing some visual distractions on southbound 101 before willow road. now crews are on scene to get it cleared out. not causing many delays. let's move to the san mateo
bridge. from hayward to foster city 880 to 101 will take you just 15 minutes. keep both hands on the wheel. on the nimitz 238 in san leandro to the maze will take 16 minutes. now let's move to mass transit. we have been updating you all morning long on this bart situation. now we have an update here. bart delay is still recovering on the richmond lines and they are delayed 10 minutes now from richmond, fremont, and millbrae. also ace train the vta shuttle buses serving the afternoon ace trains will run 15 minutes earlier due to the pac-12 championship. roberta is so excited about it at levi's stadium. so keep that in mind. ace trains 1 and 3 are on time. muni and caltrain are on time. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. mvp for colorado! ralphie the buffalo! good morning, everybody. [ laughter ] >> 6:04. taking a look at our live weather camera, it's friday! we just made it! december 2, looking towards the bay waters, which have a little
bit of a ripple there this morning. we'll have a small craft advisory in place and outside the gate a gale warning in effect 20 to 60 nautical miles out. otherwise, we have some gusty surface winds this morning out of the north that's mixing up the atmosphere so therefore it's not as chilly as it was just 24 hours ago. but nonetheless, we have now dipped down to 38 degrees in santa rosa. high 40s in livermore. 50s in san francisco. and due east across the bay bridge into oakland. all right, let's take a look at wind speeds now 28 at sfo. 23 in san francisco. lighter winds in oakland but once you hit the bay bridge and you're traveling due west you're going to have a head wind. meanwhile, we have 12-mile-per- hour winds in novato, slighter winds in the pleasanton and livermore areas. 16 san ramon. 20 fairfield. you get the feel here. it's blustery and we are going to see the winds blow during the afternoon. north 10 to 20 with an occasional stronger gust. temperature-wise, pretty much where we should be for this time of the year a little over
60. san jose just one degree shy of average high. 63 in oakland through grizzly peak. 50s and 60s at the beaches today through moss and montara beaches. 60 in los altos. also in san jose. into the beautiful neighborhood of willow glen. then we whip around to the eastern portion of our bay area. with the afternoon breeze, 50s and 60s. by the way, livermore today will be your 8th consecutive day of not reaching 60 degrees. wow! cool day. okay. north bay numbers from 58 and blustery winds in stinson beach. all the way to 61 degrees in petaluma. napa, sonoma, glen ellen, all low 60s. and we have lots of sunshine in the far reaches of the north bay but you're going to see the increasing clouds first. we'll talk about the day when to expect that and the cooler weather that's coming up at, what, 18 after the hour. >> we'll be here. thanks, roberta. a vigil today to mark a year since the deadly police shooting in san francisco that prompted big changes.
last december police shot mario woods shortly after woods allegedly stabbed someone. the san francisco city attorney's office says officers were justified when they opened fire. but video of the incident sparked protests. that led to the departure of greg suhr as well as proposed changes in the department's "use of force" policy. today's vigil at 3:30 at martin luther king, jr. park. that vigil comes as vote looms over a proposed memorial at the site of another controversial police shooting. alex nieto was shot and killed in san francisco's bernal heights park nearly two years ago. the 28-year-old was carrying a taser in preparation for his job as a security guard at a nightclub. the proposal to install a memorial at the site will be voted on, on december 13 by the board of supervisors. some environmentalists are aren't pleased with the long- term water conservation plan just released by state officials. under the proposal, water use limits would be customized for urban areas.
but critics say it's not fair that while farmers use 80% of the water consumed by people, they are not facing significant slashes in allotment. california's $47 billion agricultural industry grows nearly half of the fruits, nuts and vegetables produced in the u.s. one of the bay area's sweetest transit traditions will soon be under way. >> you will get an idea of what we mean by that when you see this. the caltrans holiday train begins its bright journey from station to station this weekend. >> kpix 5's anne makovec is live in san francisco. [ loud music ] >> with the band behind her and lots of lights. >> reporter: what a great assignment this morning. i'm totally getting in the holiday spirit. we have the salvation army band behind me. [ drowning out reporter ] >> reporter: you can see this caltrain that's all dolled up with tens of thousands of holiday lights here. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: no [ indiscernible ] from what will eventually be the stage when this train makes
its way down the peninsula stopping at caltrain stops and holding a show for 20 minutes. the goal being to collect toys for toys for tots. i'm here with [ indiscernible ] one of the elves. ♪[ music ] you have been an elf here for how
long? >> about 10 years. >> reporter: what does this bring to your holiday, your part in this? this extravaganza? >> the best thing is seeing the kids at the station. they are so excited to see the train come n they are excited to see santa. they are excited to see the snow. and their faces are irreplaceable. >> reporter: so you have been doing this for 10 years. you must have seen it grow exponentially. >> yeah. we have seen huge crowds at the stations these days sometimes thousands. it's exciting to see that. >> reporter: how does santa allow to you have time off from your work at the north pole at this very busy time of year? >> well, santa knows that we have only so many elves. so we really appreciate the help from the community in
bringing additional presents so we can give them out to the kids. >> reporter: the big fundraiser for toys for tots, you guys get a lot of toys? >> quite a few toys, thousands every year as well as funds to help
support the program. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: elf number 3, thanks for being with us this morning. you can find out more about the caltrain holiday train on our website, cbssf.com. we're going to have for you there the website for caltrain which is will tell you about the stops tomorrow and sunday night. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. ♪[ music ] time now 6:10. the camera is rolling when a car suddenly swerves off a bay area freeway. >> and with finals fast approaching at u.s. colleges, you won't believe how northern california students are preparing. some of them, anyway. that's next. >> good morning from the kpix weather center. we do have a tad warmer conditions today. but wait until you see which
day this weekend hits near 70! >> and here's a live look at the nimitz freeway in both directions looking pretty good. but coming back, we'll have updates on mass transit and your bay area morning commute. don't go anywhere. >> closed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by "living spaces furniture" ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
a frightening accident on 101 is caught on camera. our live weather camera looking , looking towards the east bay mount vaca. it's a chilly end to the workweek. 30s in the north bay, 40s and 50s in the east bay. we do have official sunrise at 7:08. we're going to see it today. the warmest day of the weekend is coming up. traffic and weather coming up. a frightening accident on 101 is caught on camera. look to the right of the road and you'll see a car there
moving along and then all of a sudden, it verse right off the road. kpix 5's viewer alex fletcher sent thus video of the accident. this is around 3:30 yesterday afternoon in petaluma. and we have not heard about any serious injuries. the football world is morning the loss of a former nfl player and usc trojan killed in a road rage incident in louisiana. joe mcknight was shot and killed following an argument at an intersection in a new orleans suburb early yesterday morning. the suspect remained on the scene and is in custody. the 28-year-old mcknight was once considered the best high school running back in the country. he spent time with the new york jets and the kansas city chiefs after leaving usc in 2009. and former teammates are stunned. >> he was one hell of a football player but even one hell of a better human being. a great person and always trying to bring out the best in people.
just a great guy to be around and we'll miss him. >> it's going to be hard to forget someone like joe mcknight. >> police say they expect the man who shot mcknight will face charges. abalone hunters won't be allowed to take home as many next year. thepopulation is down so state officials are considering reducing the limit by as much as half. the season could also be cut short. it starts in april. starting today, fisherman can crab along a 50-mile stretch that was previously off limits because the area from point reyes to near sea ranch has safe levels domoic acid. officials stress crab fishing is not allowed further north between salt point and humboldt bay. college is stressful. you remember your college days, don't you >> it's been so long. >> exams and all that stuff. >> it gets stressful but some
sacramento students are getting a break from the pressure. at american river college, puppies are lending paws to distressed and an adult coloring book program will soon be at their fingertips. many think it's a great idea but others say it's creating a real problem. >> i have a concern about bringing these things on campus because i do think we have a tendency to baby our college students. >> stress is real and some students are looking for ways to manage that stress and we are trying to be creative and flexible in a way that helps them manage that stress so they can succeed. >> a major concern is the cost. the college says the coloring books and crayons will be donated and not paid for by taxpayers. as for the puppies, their four- legged companionship is free provided by the spca. everyone needs stress relief, right? >> yeah. but i mean, you know, suppose your wife is -- i'm just out of -- >> where is this going? >> is going into labor. are you going -- do you have a
coloring book? >> i keep coloring books on my coffee table in my living room. it's fun. >> why not. >> bring your dog to work to provide a little bit of relaxation. [ simultaneous speakers my son at the university of oakland, he is a sooner go boomer sooners and we'll do facetime with the dog to settle him. he is a 4.0 student, too. so it works. whatever it takes. it works. we have the dogs at the airports now. >> right. >> settle people down. >> i'm all for the dogs at the college. >> i'm all for the coloring books. >> and brian bringing his dog to work. >> where's the bus you just threw him under? [ laughter ] good question. let's look at the south bay. the only problem in the south bay is a 14-minute drive on northbound 101. otherwise looking good. san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city, that will take
you 17 minutes between 880 and 101 and then a look at the nimitz freeway live on 880 northbound between -- from 238 in san leandro to the maze, a quick 16 minutes. over to the altamont pass, traffic coming out of tracy that's 205 to the altamont pass, you're moving at 24 miles an hour. and then speeds pick up to 33 miles per hour once you hit north flynn road. also keep in mind there's a high wind advisory across the altamont pass so keep both hands on the wheel and give yourself space between cars. the altamont pass to 680 will take you 16 minutes. now let's talk about mass transit. as we have all morning long, bart is still recovering from a ten-minute delay on richmond lines if you are heading to richmond, fremont or millbrae. and then ace train the vta shuttles this afternoon, that serve -- the buses that serve the vta shuttles will be running 15 minutes earlier due to the pac-12 championship game at levi's stadium. so if that's part of your commute, you will want to keep that in mind. make sure you schedule
accordingly. otherwise, ace trains 3 and 5 no delay. muni and caltrain on time, as well. roberta? >> so how's that bus doing, roqui, on the roads, the one i threw brian under? >> well, right now, it's stalled. [ laughter ] >> in the right lane. [ laughter ] >> this is a beautiful view this morning from the transamerica pyramid. we're looking due east a good 45 miles inland towards mount diablo. you can see it in the distance here. at the top of it it's 39 degrees and the winds are up to 13 miles per hour. we have gustier winds at the surface. now san francisco winds have been up to 19 miles per hour. 53 degrees. and because there's a breezy condition this morning, not quite as chilly as it was just 4 hours ago but santa rosa has now dipped to 38 degrees. the winds are lighter. 16 mountain view, 28 sfo, 10 across the bay in hayward. 23 miles per hour winds in san francisco. these are wind speeds right now looks like northerly at 16 in the concord, clayton and walnut
creek area bested by fairfield at 20. vallejo, benicia, martinez. all north-northeast winds, that's offshore 14 miles per hour. stratus offshore is associated with an area of low pressure well to the north of the bay area taking the course of a very vigorous jet stream that's just banking off the huge dome dom about here. but when you see these red lines here that's a reflection of our wind particle map so it gives you a good indication of the direction of the winds, coming from the north. when you see the lines tightly together, that's more of a pressure gradient between the low and the high and when you get that tight squeeze, that's when we pick up those winds. travel weather across the state today, 50s in throughout the central valley. 57 degrees along the seashore from big sur through pebble beach. 60 ukiah. we head to the mountains 31 degrees afternoon high and the high sierra. we are working a really good base up to 4 feet in the squaw valley area. saturday and sunday begins to warm gently in the mountains, but be mindful of your weather
forecast. snow is a possibility late sunday into monday for your trek back home. always carry the chains. 7:08 is your sunrise and it looks like today's temperatures maybe a degree warmer than yesterday but not approaching 60 in livermore for the 8th consecutive day under 60 degrees there. the warmest day of the week approaching 70 inland but then cooling off due to a cold front on monday through thursday with highs only in the 50s. that's a look at your friday forecast. don't go away. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,
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ripping the warriors. >> maybe i'm old school but i'm never gonna like that look girly basketball. i'm biased against girl basketball. >> well, at least cam newton loves girl basketball. warriors and rockets tied at 113 end of regulation. james harden no. in overtime, kevin durant to win it for golden state, no! but steph curry fouled out in double overtime and the rockets took advantage. harden hits from downtown. houston wins 132-127. they snapped the warriors'12 game winning streak. tiger woods was supposed to make his return to golf in napa last month instead delayed it. he traded a wine glass for some rum in the bahamas. woods feeling the heat of competition for the first time since 2015. and it was vintage tiger on the front nine of the hero world challenge. pretty tee shot led to one of four birds on the front, made the turn at 33. different story on the back nine. he went from sand to to sand. he hit the wrong way to get out of trouble and hooked his
driver on 18 into the drink. tiger double bogeyed two of the last three holes to finish with a one over 73. and he said he just got hungry over the back nine. we have thursday night football last night. the cowboys hung on to beat the minnesota vikings. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. it's 6:27. one man's criminal behavior could turn into an early christmas present for bay area wine lovers. we'll explain how. >> reporter: with president- elect donald trump set to be our president in just a few weeks, the message one bay area police chief has for him. ,,,,,, ♪ think of your fellow man.
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and i'm brian hackney in for kenny choi. the good morning, everyone. it's friday, december 2. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm brian hackney. kenny choi is off today. the chief of silicon valley's largest police department is standing by his community and against president- elect trump. kpix 5's maria medina is live in san jose with what chief eddie garcia is expected to announce today. maria. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. yeah, the police chief and several other city leaders a message for president-elect donald trump. you can't tell us what to do when it comes to immigration enforcement. in fact, the mayor of san jose wrote a letter to undocumented immigrants just a couple of weeks ago telling them, we have your back. now, in that letter, he basically says they will not allow the police department to get involved in federal immigration enforcement and that he is prepared to go to court to block any federal action when it comes to unconstitutional activities according to him. now, this is all in response to president-elect trump's promise that he is going to deport
millions of undocumented immigrants who have criminal records. >> i don't think families should be separated. [ crying ] >> they might be deported because of crime. >> and you? >> i might be either in the orphanage or adonald by people that i don't want to be adopt by. >> reporter: you wouldn't go with them? >> no. >> reporter: would they let you go with them? >> no. >> reporter: and that was a student in san jose who he interviewed just a few weeks ago and we have seen protests at bay area high schools against president-elect trump's promise. meanwhile, county supervisor here in santa clara has said he is willing to pay millions of dollars to help undocumented immigrants who face deportation with free legal services and just yesterday, we saw the governor appoint the first-ever latino attorney general in the history of california. you know that, press conference is scheduled at 11:00 again with the police chief and the mayor of san jose and other
city leaders including the mexican consul-general. live at sjpd, maria medina, kpix 5. today michigan's elections board will consider president- elect donald trump's request to block a hand recount of all ballots cast in the state that he won. green party nominee jill stein demanded the recount lawyers for the trump campaign shade she didn't have enough votes to come close to winning so it's not necessary. a recount is already under way in wisconsin which trump won by 22,000 votes. and in pennsylvania, a hearing is scheduled for monday on stein's push to secure a court ordered statewide recount. today in tennessee, residents forced to leave their homes during a historic wildfire will get a few hours to check damage on their properties. the chimney top fire has killed 11 people and injured dozens more. the mayor of the hard hit town of gatlinburg says leaking propane tanks and fallen power lines are key concerns right now. the flames have pred more than 17,000 acres -- spread more than 17000 acres. communities in atlanta face a
major clean-up following powerful storms that even included tornadoes. workers at action tire in this warehouse district say that very little time to make a run for it, once they heard the sirens. security camera footage shows the storm as the people rushed inside. >> seconds later we ran inside and then poured down rain and shaking and windows were vibrating and we were like, are we okay or what? >> the national weather service says in total three tornadoes touched down in the atlanta area on wednesday. >> see, that's why they get so upset with us because they see our forecast near 70 on saturday inland. they go what?! >> how do they say it? >> waaa?! >> yeah. no kidding. we don't have to deal with a lot of that here. >> no, but we'll have colder conditions beginning in early next week. good morning, everybody! this is our live weather camera. what a spectacular day it's
going to be today. wall to wall sunshine, great visibility, really good air quality, refreshing temperatures. right now, blue skies looking out from our kpix 5 studios towards the bay bridge towards the estuary of oakland. 51 degrees in san jose. oakland at 52. cool spot santa rosa at 38. otherwise not as cold this morning due to the increasing winchester. right now, san francisco is an offshore wind at 23. almost 30-mile-per-hour winds at sfo so you know we're seeing stronger gusts there. across the bay inland san ramon at 16. upstream to vallejo 14-mile-per- hour winds. 20 in the fairfield area. these winds will be blustery during the afternoon out of the north to 20 miles per hour. 50s 60s along the immediate seashore backing through moss and montara beaches. coolest location around daly city. upper 50s and low 60s. including palo alto, foster city, belmont. 60s in san jose.
still shy of 60 in livermore for the 8th day. north bay numbers in the 50s and 60s. saturday nearly 70 but a big change for your sunday. that forecast at 48 after the hour. it is 6:36. let's head to the south bay where we have a big rig crash in the santa clara san jose area on northbound 101 before trimble road and it's a big rig versus four cars in the area. not too many delays but blocking the two left lanes. tony hayward a live lookin hayward 880 to 101, we'll keep an eye on the san mateo bridge. high wind advisory across the span of the bay bridge. here's the toll plaza right now that traffic backing up towards the maze and already a heavy commute from the maze to downtown. we have an update good news on bart. all trains are on time now.
vta shuttle bus update. the buses serve the afternoon ace trains will be 15 minutes early due to the pac-12 football championship at levi's stadium so plan accordingly. trains 3 and 5 are on time. muni on time. and caltrain on time. that's your traffic. i'll send it to you. >> the high school football player accused of sexual assaulting a 15-year-old girl is back home this morning. yesterday, the kpix 5 spoke exclusively with the teen who says she was attacked. during the de la salle football game in concord on november 18, the teen was released yesterday because there wasn't enough evidence to charge him but they are still investigating. a year ago today a husband and wife went on a shooting rampage in san bernardino county killing 14 people. 22 other people were injured on december 2, 2015. county employees had been taking part in a training session paired up with a
christmas lunch. and that's when farook and his wife tashfeen malik opened fire. they were killed in a police standoff later. for survivors, the lasting images of the massacre are all too clear. >> it's just the amount of love and community support that i get. we have all received that, you know? [ crying ] >> that's incredible. >> san bernardino county employees will hold a moment of silence at 10:58 this morning to mark the time when the first 911 call was placed. >> wine lovers will have a chance to get some accessories at a big discount this weekend. the former owner of "premier cru" in berkeley recently admitted to bilking his customers out of millions of dollars over the years. wine glasses, racks, display cabinets and much more will go up for auction tomorrow. you can get a sneak peek at the items up for bid starting today at 10:00. and switching gears the most colorful caltrain of all
will soon make stops at bay area stations. >> the holiday train starts its journey this week. anne makovec is live in san francisco with more. >> reporter: i love the lights. >> it's gorgeous. i'm not alone. i have all my friends here. frosty, rudolph, elf number three. everybody is getting ready for a big weekend. let me show you about the train and we'll talk with our elf a little bit. several stops will be made between caltrains and santa clara tomorrow night and sunday night. now, each stop there are going to have pictures with santa, the salvation army and celebration at each stop and they are also going to collect toys for tots. so we have gary here. he has been an elf for the past 10 years. ♪[ music ] >> what does did bring to your holiday to be part of this. >> it's really exciting to see
the kids when we pull into the station. they are anticipating santa and all the characters and see the snow coming down and the expression on their faces is marvelous. >> reporter: you have seen this grow a lot over the years. >> yeah. we get as many as thousands of kids at some of the stations now. ♪[ music ] >> it's impressive to see. >> reporter: santa let our elfs off his normal duties, normal december duty to come and be here part of the train. but you know, the question is, it's been a rough year for a lot of people 2016. more naughty or nice this year on the list? >> i think it will be nice. it's always toys for the kids. santa really appreciates the help of the community bringing toys. there's only some of us elves to make the toys so when people can bring unwrapped toys that can be given to kids, santa really appreciates that. >> reporter: okay. so that's the key if you are coming out to one of the
caltrain stops. bring an unwrapped toy. get all the information on our website, cbssf.com. quick on "links and numbers" for the caltrain holiday train. thanks for being with us, gary. back to you guys. ♪[ music ] time now 6:41. an arrest is made in the shooting death of a san francisco city worker. we'll hear from the young father's family about a promising life cut short. >> and almost 75 years after the attack on pearl harbor, a survivor from the bay area pays special tribute to those who were lost. ,,
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gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning. we'll talk with kellyanne conway about the heate lved in between time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." gayle king joins us from new york. good morning, gayle. >> reporter: good morning to you michelle. happy friday. we'll talk with president-elect trump adviser kellyanne conway about that heated exchange she was involved in between trump and clinton campaign
strategists. it's been all over the news this morning. we'll ask her about the carrier deal and cabinet positions. and scott pelley is getting up early. he is going to join us at the table. why? got a preview of his "60 minutes" conversation with house speaker paul ryan. also how many climate change is fueling a fight between an oil industry giant and descendants of john d. rockefeller. a casino in las vegas betting on chinese tourists. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. so think about this. a drink at a casino where you have a drink with a chicken foot in it. hm. yum. >> think about that. >> i'll see you later. >> thanks, gayle. [ laughter ] there's more devastating drinks news this morning. big jolt of coffee enthusiasts everywhere. the big boss at starbucks is stepping down.
that kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks has more. >> reporter: you can't blame starbucks shareholders if they are nervous this morning after starbucks founder and ceo howard schultz says he is stepping down as ceo just focusing on being chairman. long-time executive kevin johnson will take over schultz' role. it's not the first time he stepped down. back in 2000 he pulled back from the business and the company's stock plunged after that. eventually it recovered but then again craters in 2008 during the financial crisis. schultz came back and starbucks stock soared higher going from $5 to $57 right now. the stock is down a little this morning. there's some decent news on the job market. the labor department says we had a gain of 178,000 jobs in november. pretty much in line what economists were expecting to see. now, they were not expecting to see the unemployment rate drop to 4.6%.
that's a nine-year low. it's not all good news. fewer people are looking for work that led to the decline. hourly wages down from the prior month. stock market is off to a mixed start this morning but this time it's the other way. blue chips down, dow down 27 right now. the nasdaq is up 10. s&p higher by 2. two tech companies to watch today pandora and ebay each of them are surging higher in the early going. brian and michelle, back to you. jason brooks from kcbs radio, thank you. the man arrested in the murder of a city worker will make his court appearance today. michael his inboat thom will face a judge this afternoon. he was arrested in vallejo in connection to the shooting death of jermaine jackson. three father of two whats doing his job painting graffiti after
the 25th and vermont streets in san francisco. jag son's aunt said he was devastated. >> we thought it made it out of this mess. >> jackson was an apprentice with the department of public works since 2015. he was expected to graduate from the program next year. 12 minutes before 7:00 on this friday. it's time for a bent metal update. here's roqui. >> you and these intros. i love it. thank you, brian. it's now 6:48. let's head to the richmond/san rafael toll plaza where traffic is slow but across the span, to the west end there, right before the west end, westbound 580 before the west end, two- car crash and this is blocking the left lane. also having debris in the road, as well. crews are trying to clear it out for you but as you can see in that area traffic is at just 15 miles per hour. let's head now to the south bay in the santa clara-san jose area. it's northbound 101 before trimble road. it's a big rig and four cars blocking the two left lanes. crews are out there trying to clear it out. but as you can see, traffic
moving at 17 miles per hour. so that's definitely going to cause delays on northbound one into san mateo. from the san mateo bridge from hayward to foster city, you will have a slow commute of 22 to 25 minutes between 880 and 101 and then a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, you have a high wind advisory still in effect across the span there so make sure you drive slowly. the maze to downtown 24 minutes. >> i was working feverishly. i was trying to pull up a picture from the live weather camera at the observatory atop mauna loa. that's on the big island of hawaii where it's currently 30 degrees and snowing. it's snowing on the big island right now! they are expecting up to a foot of snow there. meanwhile as we head to the lower 48, this is our live camera looking past our kpix 5 studios looking over the embarcadero looking east toward the port of oakland, visibility is unlimited. we have wind-swept blue skies. 38 degrees santa rosa. it's 49 in livermore. it's 53 in san francisco.
otherwise redwood city now into the 40s. san jose in the low 50s. not as cold this morning as 24 hours ago due to this right here it's an offshore wind. 23 san francisco. 28 sfo. 16 mountain view. there is san ramon. 14-mile-per-hour winds in vallejo. 20 in fairfield. you get the feeling for this, it's a blustery morning going to be a breezy day today. the coast is clear. high pressure is building in diverting this area low pressure right here well to the north of the bay area banking off that huge strong ridge of high pressure. and when i use my wind particle map you can see these lines here of red, that gives you a good indication of where the winds are coming from. they are coming from the north. they are going to be transporting more cooler air mass into the bay area. but when you see a tight squeeze on these lines, that gives you a good indication that we have a pressure gradient between the low and the high, therefore the wind. 50s in the central valley. 50s monterey bay. 31 degrees currently, 16 on the south shore going up to 31.
if you are heading to the high sierra, lucky you, pristine weather over the weekend, even warmer mid-40s to 50. but keep an eye on the forecast. we could see some snow late sunday and you will need to carry the chains. 50s, 60s locally today, maybe a degree or two warmer than yesterday. but the big warmup on saturday, only to cool by sunday due to increasing cloud cover. it's a cold front which highs next week only in the 50s. that is your friday forecast. all righty, thank you, roberta. bay area man who survived the attack on pearl harbor in 1941 heading back to hawaii75 years later. lou conter doesn't neat a newsreel to know what happened on december 7. he was right in the middle of t >> we took the bomb down on the starboard side number 2 turret five decks into the forward magazines and blew them up. that's where you see the blast. >> along with his family,
search teams are still finding more bodies after the largest ive things to know at the :55. on this friday morning, search teams are still finding more bodies a largest wildfire to hit ten city in 100 years. 11 people have died and others are unaccounted for. the inferno destroyed or damaged hundreds of homes in the resort towns of gatlinburg and pigeon forge. president-elect donald trump will nominate james mattis for the defense second as trump kicked off his rally in cincinnati. he vowed to build the wall, bash the media and took jabs at hillary clinton much like he did on the campaign trail. today marks one year since
the san bernardino massacre that's when syed farook and his wife tashfeen malik went on a shooting spree killing 14 county employees. a moment of silence at 10:58 will mark the time of the first 911 call. in san francisco today, a vigil is planned to mark one year since police shot and killed mario woods. he is the stabbing suspect killed in the bayview. the department ruled the shooting justified but witness videos parked an outcry that contributed to the forced resignation of chief greg suhr. starting today, fishermen can catch dungeness crab from point reyes up to salt point near sea ranch. >> reporter: i'm anne makovec live in san francisco at the caltrain station where the holiday train is all lit up here behind me. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: it's ready to roll this weekend. [ loud music ] >> reporter: i have a lot of friends out here.
rudolph, frosty, gary the elf and the conduct and the salvation army band. these are all part of the celebration this weekend. basically, the train will stop at all caltrain stations between san francisco and santa clara. they will put on a little show. you can take pictures with all of my friends here. and they only ask that you bring a new unwrapped toy for toys for tots. this has been going on for about 15 years. the real holiday tradition for people here in the bay area. find out more about it on our website, kpix.com click on "links and numbers." thanks to all of our guests this morning. i'm anne makovec, kpix 5. 6:57. let's check traffic this morning. starting with the richmond/san rafael bridge, we have a two- car crash right before the west end of the bridge and that's westbound 580 as you can see cars moving in that area at just 9 miles per hour so very slow commute if you are planning to use the
richmond/san rafael bridge this morning. let's head now to the south bay between the santa clara san jose area. northbound 101 before trimble road, this was reported as a big rig crash but now it's just a four-car crash in the center divide. a lot of residual backup on northbound 101. traffic at just 14 miles per hour. if you are heading across the span of the san mateo bridge, here's a live look at that slow commute from hayward to foster city. that will take you 25 minutes between 880 and 101. and a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza high wind advisory across the span, the maze to downtown 24 minutes. roberta? whatever you're doing, stop and look at this. it is glorious! this is why we live in the bay area. pristine conditions. visibility unlimited. great air quality. refreshing temperatures. that's the view this morning at the golden gate bridge. temperature-wise 38 degrees santa rosa. 48 redwood city. 50 livermore. in the 50s in san francisco. winds have been problematic
this morning picking up to 23 at sfo and also in san francisco. 16 in san ramon. also 20-mile-per-hour winds in fairfield. the winds will continue to blow today out of the north at 20. a brisk day but a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday. 58 to about 63 degrees. that will be the warmest location if you want to call it such. approaching nearly 70 for probably the last time this year in our inland areas. and then much cooler air mass on monday through thursday. the holiday spirit going strong in golden gate park in san francisco now that these lights are glowing bright at the tree. people gathered for rare bay area snow and make crafts. santa claus showed up to chat with kids and their parents. >> well, i know, isn't that nice? >> yeah, very pretty. >> i can't believe it's almost christmas. >> there's so much going on this weekend. thanks for watching. the holiday train and the
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