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season is starting to move the live from the cbs bay area studios this is kpix5 news. ow. good evening, i get ready for a washout. our biggest storm of the season is starting to move into the bay area right now. good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken bastida. kpix5 chief meteorologist paul deanno has a look at our hi-def doppler tonight. paul? >> here's how heavy the rain will be by tomorrow morning. the national weather service issued a flood advisory for napa, sonoma and marin county for street and small stream flooding and it hasn't even started raining yet. heavy rain is likely overflight tonight and the rain will continue through the morning. where is that rainfall? light to moderate rain at times for the north bay all day long, but there it is still north of ukiah, but heavy rainfall looks poised to move in overnight tonight and stick with us the better part of tomorrow. when does it finally get here? scattered showers midnight tonight through the morning
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hours, not here yet. then driving to work tomorrow from the north bay, very, very slow from vacaville back to marin up to sonoma and mendocino and napa county it will be pouring and that is just the beginning of one of the most wettest days we've seen in about nine months. ever since el nino storms battered the bay area coastline earlier this year several homes in pacifica have sat on a crumbling cliff. the city of pacifica just announced thno choice but to tear them down. >> the city blamed the building were on for neglecting the properties. it says the homes are at risk of falling to piece over the eroding cliff and are threatening public safety. tonight the coastal apartments at 310 espalanade remain fenced off yellow tagged declared uninhabitable since january when el nino storms battered the police officer and called the cliffside to fall apart --
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battered the bluff and caused the cliffside to fall apart. the city of pacifica will officially announce the need to demolish the homes at a press conference tomorrow morning. veronica de la cruz, kpix5. breaking news out of hercules tonight, in the last hour we learned police are talking to a person interest of in a deadly hit and run. this happened at a condo complex on glenwood just after 5:00 tonight. a witness told police a man was dragged under a gray or silver car. it was driven by a woman. bystanders stopped the driver long enough to get the man out from under the vehicle, but then she took off. o danger >> usually this is a pretty quiet neighborhood and to have any kind of a vehicular homicide like this appears to be intentional. >> police are not sure if the victim and the woman know each other, but they believe that
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there is no danger to the overall community. uber defied the rules and put self-driving cars on the road here in the bay area. tonight the state is laying down the law and that's not all. there's more trouble. joe vazquez explains from san francisco. joe? >> reporter: liz, tough day for uber. just as they were trying to explain that they didn't believe they needed a dmv permit to put a driverless car program on the streets of san francisco, one of their cars was caught on camera running a red light. >> we were on a busy surge street. >> reporter: jessica felix was driving a passenger in her cab south of market this morning and saw a volvo marked uber with the same contraption on top as a self-driving car. what happened next was caught on her dashcam. >> all the cars stopped at the red light. uber just kept going, very surprised to see a car continue on. >> reporter: you see the light change. the taxi stops. then a couple seconds later the uber goes right through the red light. a pedestrian was well into the
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crosswalk. >> it's just neglectful. >> reporter: the red light run happened in the middle of a dramatic day for uber. hours early the company announced it was beginning a pilot program to begin picking up passengers with driverless cars in san francisco and they decided to do it without the green light from the dmv. "we understand there is a debate over whether or not we need a testing permit to launch self-driving cars in san francisco. we don't believe we do." the dmv disagreed and late this afternoon shut the program down. as for the red light incident, uber says this car was not part of its driverless pilot program, that there was a driver and he has been disciplined and essentially that the incident makes uber's entire case about autonomous vehicles. "this is why we believe so much in making the roads safer by building self-driving ubers." they're using it to bolster their point that we shouldn't have human drivers. >> exactly. they don't care. it was too early to put those cars on the road whether or not it was the driver or not.
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somebody needs to be held accountable for this. >> reporter: so this is the big question tonight. will uber break its pattern and actually follow this new order saying it can't put its program on the streets? well, they haven't responded. so it's actually not clear. reporting live joe vazquez, kpix5. only on 5 we have learned oakland firefighters had been in the ghost ship warehouse before it burned. despite reports to the contrary, the question tonight how could they not have noticed what was going on? one man tells us he was watching a band perform inside the warehouse two years ago when firefighters came in. he said they were friendly, checked things out. however, officials have said there are no records that the fire department was ever there. cbs5 also confirmed with the promoter of the 2013 event that firefighters were indeed inside the building and they even spoke with derick ion almena,
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the man renting the warehouse. >> i'm not exactly sure when, but sometime in the middle of the show i think pretty early on the firefighters showed up inside the building walking around at least downstairs. i believe they were upstairs, but i forget. >> video also shows police poking around in the warehouse october this year. the mayor says the city is developing ways for city employees to properly report dangerous living conditions. we reached out to the oakland fire department for comment but have not heard back. tonight musicians are banding together to give back to the arts community in oakland. kpix5's emily turner was there. >> reporter: there have been fundraisers for the victims of the ghost ship fire almost sense the fire itself, but tonight is the biggest one raising a significant sum that will go to the victims' families and also to the community and potentially make changes there. ♪[ music ] >> reporter: 20 artists, four hours, one very significant cause. >> it's going to be somber in
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moments and i think that's important, but we don't want it to be a wake. we want it to be a little bit more celebratory. >> reporter: tonight's benefit concert at fox theater in oakland sold out, 2,800 tickets. 100% of ticket sales and merchandise go to the gray area foundation for the arts adding up to almost $300,000 for its fire relief fund. >> here we are now. it's about $680,000. [ cheering and applause ] >> and we're only going to continue to grow it together. >> reporter: all but one of the artists on stage is local and a special graphic design was created by an oakland artist to give those here who mourn and celebrate a banner to rally under. local artists hopped in line alongside folks who had only heard of the tragedy but still wanted to pay tribute. once you add in tonight's earning the gray area foundation overall will have
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raised close to $1 million, money many hope will not only help, but also make change. >> the immediate concern is to make sure the victims and people affected are taken care of, but beyond that i think it's important to try to solve the problem of there not being a place for artists to, one, live, but to also perform and show their art. >> reporter: emily turner, kpix5. yahoo, the victim of what they call the largest hack in history, more than 1 billion accounts compromised, and tonight bloomberg is reporting this could actually pose a threat to national security. according to bloomberg, 150,000 government and military employees including the fbi and the cia are among the victims. now the hack happened back in 2013, but it's just coming to light now. the cyber criminals stole sensitive user information including names, dates of birth
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and encrypted passwords. >> if you're an intelligence agent, you don't want to sort through a billion names. that's a pain in the neck, but if you're a criminal, you can make money. >> this is worth millions of dollars to some lucky russian. >> this is separate from an attack in 2014 that. one comp pleased half a billion user -- compromised half a billion user accounts. the biggest tech titans paid a visit to donald trump today, but where was the ceo of twitter? tonight we found out why he never showed up. the untold stories behind a terrorist attack. >> you might have a hard time finding this during the holidays, what's to blame tonight for a nationwide shortage of whipped cream. (my hero zero by lemonheads)
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paid him a visit today. at t a dozen of the biggest power players in tech visited tru tower. kpix 5's betty yu reports: e y was conspicuously some of president-elect donald trump's sharpest critics paid him a visit today. at least a half dozen of the highest names in tech visited trump tower. president-elect trump kicked off the much anticipated meeting by calling the group of sill con valley a listers amazing. he also took credit for the tech stock market bounce post election. >> i want to add that i'm here to help you folks do well and you're doing well right now and i'm very honored by the bounce. they're all talking about the bounce. so right now everybody has to like me at least a little bit. >> reporter: trump's tone was complimentary. >> i won't tell you the hundreds of calls we've had asking to come to this meeting. >> reporter: trump sat next to peter teal, his most high profile supporter from the valley during his campaign. his three adult children were
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also there. among the tech elite including the ceos of facebook, tesla and apple. the media didn't get to stay for the whole meeting which lasted more than 90 minutes. san jose based cisco's ceo was at trump tower and a spokesperson called the meeting informative and productive and said the group talked about critical matters related to job creation and innovation. noticeably missing from the meeting was twitter ceo jack dorsey who was not invited. tech expert russell hancock is head of joint venture silicon valley. >> there's irony there. on the other hand, you can't fit all of tech around a small table in a conference room in manhattan and let's remember twitter actually is not a profitable company unlike the other companies that were around the table. >> reporter: there's been bad blood between twitter and the trump team. during his campaign trump officials wanted the company to create a custom emoji to go with his nickname for hillary
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clinton crooked hillary, but the company did not agree, though there is no proof that this had anything to do with twitter's absence today. in san jose betty yu, kpix5 news. today: tonight governor jerry brown getting fired up to battle donald trump on climate change policies. today he spoke before thousands of scientists in san francisco at the american geophysical june conference. while donald trump has sent mix -- -- mixed signals. >> whatever washington thinks they're doing, california is the future. >> governor brown wants to reduce emission standards with a goal of 50% renewable energy by 2030. you might call this a first world problem. there is a nationwide whipped cream shortage and tonight we're learning there is a serious reason behind it.
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but we found a sign at safey the cans are still on store shelves here in san francisco at least for now, but we found a sign at safeway tonight warning of a looming shortage just in time for the holidays. so what's the problem? kpix5's allen martin explains. >> tonight there is a national snortage of nitrous oxide also known as laughing gas, one of the key culprits, an explosion at this nitrous oxide plant in florida in late august. nitrous oxide pro memes the air -- propels the aerosol toppings from your whip cream. the full supply of ready whip is not expected to be up and running till february. >> authorities with the florida plant that exploded say they are prioritizing their nitrous oxide use for medical purposes. we have quite a reunion to share with you tonight. those twins who used to be joined at the chest saw each
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other the first time today since their separation surgery. the first thing they did was share a toy. the doctors and nurses brought the formerly conjoined toddlers together today in the icu at lucile packard children's hospital. erika and eva sandoval underwent the 18 hour surgery last week. both are doing well, no significant signs of complications, but the girls will remain in icu at least another week. the movie that tells the story of the boston marathon bombing premiers tonight in boston and it's a story that can only be told by bostonians. >> reporter: april 15th, 2013, is a day no american will forget. the mood tonight was surreal on the red carpet as the real life heroes of the boston marathon bombing embraced the actors and producers who insured their stories will not be forgotten. tonight was a night to celebrate a community of heroes who came together in the face
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of unthinkable tragedy. it's the untold story behind the hunt and capture of the boston marathon bombers before they could carry out a second attack in new york city. boston native mark walberg is both producing and starring in the film as boston police officer tommy saunders. >> we wanted to tell their story, share it with the world. it's so special. it's going to be a very emotional night, but i know people will be fill with an enormous sense of pride. >> reporter: the story of first responders, investigators and even civilians, many of whom joined walberg on the red carpet tonight and then the survivors like patrick and jessica downs who both lost limbs in the attack and are still very much recovering, but their compassion overwhelms their pain. >> so many people's emotions are tied up in this, not just ours. there are poor families whose loved ones were killed. >> reporter: it's an important story and one that the chairman, president and ceo of cbs corporation says had to be told. >> there are so many stories
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that the american public and the world doesn't know about, so many heros in this movie that it's really heart warming. it represents the city of, but it represents the country. >> reporter: and representing the people who suffered so greatly. director peter berg took all of that into account. >> the last thing we wanted to do was retraumatize anyone or interrupt anybody's process of getting better. >> it still manages to be really beautiful and respectful and reach me in a special way. >> reporter: that's the hope for everyone who sees patriots day, a message of hope in the face of darkness. leslie nunez credits the journalistic integrity of 60 minute producers for keeping the story line on track. patriots day premiers nationwide january 13th. >> you can watch the full movie trailer on our facebook page. search kpix. here in the bay area some
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wildlife drama caught on camera at a house in hillsboro. it's a little bit graphic. that is a mountain lion, yeah, the real thing, standing over a deer right on a guy's front porch. the next thing the big cat grabs that deer by the neck and drags it off into the night. that's what mountain lions are supposed to do. this is one of the closest encounters we've seen. there have been several sightings recently. a winter shock for people in portland, a thick blanket of snow covered the city. the roads were a mess. some people gave up and left their cars. tonight the city granted parking meter amnesty allowing people to leave cars overnight and pick them up when the snow melts. we've been talking about this rain a while now. i don't think anybody will be surprised by a lot of showers tomorrow, but still got to remember to be safe. >> absolutely. drive slowly. get up early and out the door early. it will be pouring, especially in north bay.
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napa and sonoma county still raining. this is still not the actual storm. that said up to an inch of rain today in the showers ahead of the actual storm and there is the storm to our north and west. speaking of snow, up to 3 feet of snow in the sierra and the heavy rainfall finally working its way toward us. the flood advisory has been issued in sonoma, napa and marin county. windy at the beach along the coastline. the diablo range in the east and south bay, also our coastal mountains get above 2,000 feet in elevation we're talking wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour tomorrow. so wet, windy tomorrow, almost here. livermore 57, san jose 50, concord 59, warm ahead of this weather system. it's been kept to the north by a big strong ridge of high pressure and this low pressure
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system isn't here yet. the low isn't here yet, so the rain isn't here yet. that changes tomorrow morning. futurecast, we'll stop it many times, first up 7:00, 8:00 tomorrow morning in the north bay, not raining yet in san jose, but pouring in the north bay. stop it again just after lunch. i think this is the wettest hour in the day, top to bottom some rain, powering rain in vacaville, concord. all that heaviest rainfall pushes south. it's the evening commute along 280 and 88, just sloppy in the afternoon. rain is -- 880, just sloppy in the afternoon. rain is finally gone. how much rain are we talking? in just a matter of a couple hours, 1 1/2 inches in the east bay, double that for the santa cruz mountains and north bay. the worst of the storm is tomorrow morning in the north bay. the central bay, san francisco and oakland 11:00 to 3:00 and
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the south bay your worst is 3:00 to 6:00 tomorrow. we're wet and windy, all this stuff happening tomorrow and not a drop of rain for the rest of the seven-day forecast. we're sunny but chilly across the board, very wet tomorrow morning starting in the north bay. >> thank you, paul. tonight you'll hear from the bay area winner of survivor. >> here are tonight's guests on the late show with steven -- steven -- stephen colbert. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ think of your fellow man.
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adam won $1 million. where is the next home of the raiders, las vegas, oakland? how about los angeles. tv day looms for one team and the sharks found -- d day looms for one team and the sharks found themselves on the right side of the ball. we'll drop the puck next. ,, what you gone do? ,, lift up your head and keep moving or let the paranoia haunt you? everybody lack confidence, everybody lack confidence i keep my fee-fi-fo-fum i keep my heart undone
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about los angeles??? today the nissan sports report coming up next on kpix5. >> it's an oakland fight over who gets the raider. what about los angeles? today nfl owners unanimously approved a final tenant lease contract between the san diego chargers and the rams to share that new stadium in l.a. chargers have until january 15th to decide whether to move. if they say no, the raiders will have another option to consider. think about that. as for the raiders on the field, they can clinch their first playoff spot in 14 years with a win sunday in san diego. far cry from two years ago when oakland started the season 0- 10, but derek carr doesn't want to look far ahead when the raiders just have to do up with thing to get -- do one thing to get to the postseason. >> just win, baby. >> starting 0-10 was not fun. it makes these moments so awesome. it makes these moments really
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cool to already have 10 wins. i know for our team, we want to beat the chargers because if we don't, we're still hoping and wishing. >> raiders and chargers sunday here on the big 5. tonight the sharks went overtime the second straight night, these kids making quite the sacrifice to keep the sharks in ottawa. another three minutes left, show scars and tied 3-3 -- san diego scores and tied 3-3. then the goal for the win, san jose wins 4-3. they have won nine of their last 12 games. this guy jacked out of his mind to see no. 20, st. mary's and kentucky. coasts to coast layup foul. st. mary's win 73-51, improving to 7-1. you know the gaels are not the highest ranked bay area
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basketball team. you know who that might be on the men's side? >> that would be the warriors. >> that would be san francisco state. >> yeah. >> never heard of the place. >> ken is a hall of famer at san francisco. >> as are you, two hall of famers. >> thanks for pointing that out.
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as a supervisor at pg&e, it's my job to protect public safety, keeping the power lines clear, while also protecting the environment. the natural world is a beautiful thing, the work that we do helps us protect it. public education is definitely a big part of our job, to teach our customers about the best type of trees to plant around the power lines. we want to keep the power on for our customers. we want to keep our community safe. this is our community, this is where we live.
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we need to make sure that we have a beautiful place for our children to live. together, we're building a better california. tomorrow morning at 4-30. michelle griego and kenny ci will have all the news you need.. to start your day. good night.
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