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passengers, racism, sexism, islam phobia. homophobia, transphone yeah, xenophobia are prohibited in the bart system at all times. it finishes with the word i can't say on tv so i'll paraphrase it. get your stuff together. >> aren't we all blunt right now? i mean, we are at a time when we are blunt. >> there's so many things right now so get your [ censored ] together is not so mean at this current situation. >> reporter: someone posted the signs after a confrontation on bart went viral online. a woman was riding home from work when a passenger accused her of being a terrorist. [ yelling ] >> you are breaking breaking the law. >> this is going on facebook. i'm telling everybody. >> this woman is a terrorist from the middle east! terrorizing the -- [ censored ] -- probably get deported. [ censored ] [ censored ]
>> reporter: the confrontation came just two days after donald trump was elected. the southern poverty law center says there have been nearly 900 reports of hate crimes in the 10 days following the election. almost 100 of those cases took place in california. >> it's getting all other people the power to say anything they want because the leader now is allowed to say everything that's offensive. >> reporter: bart didn't make the signs and didn't sign off on it. they took down the few posters found on trains along the richmond to millbrae line. >> we should all get our crap together and just get along. >> reporter: bart says they cannot prohibit free speech. but threats will not be tolerated. bart will soon make their own profanity-free sign and will soon post them on the trains. live at the west oakland bart station, i'm da lin, kpix 5. new at 6:00, dozens of rail tankers filled with flammable gas have finally been moved off the tracks in sonoma county.
but the fight over future shipments is still as fiery as ever. northwestern pacific left 80 cars on the tracks near schellville for months before finally moving that liquid petroleum to local refineries for use in the winter fuel blend. the smart train authority owns those tracks. it's been feuding with the railroad over transportation and storage of hazardous materials along the line. both sides are now asking the feds to decide whether smart has the authority to regulate those shipments. a plan to cut airplane noise from santa cruz to san mateo just got the green light. local congressional representatives signed off on shifting the controversial flight path into sfo from the south. its current track takes planes over capitola. the change would move it to the west directly over santa cruz. the plan little relief to people on the peninsula, where three separate flight paths converge over menlo park. but the committee is recommending that planes not be allowed to fly any lower than they already do. the faa still needs to look at
the environmental impact of the changes before taking action. nearly 100,000 state workers won't strike on monday after all. this afternoon, seiu local 1,000 called off its planned one day work stoppage and headed back to the bargaining table. the union represents 59,000 state workers from administrative and custodial services to educators nurses and toll workers. the state is offering them a 12% raise over four years. the union is pushing back demanding more money, lower benefit contributions and equal pay for men and women. san jose's police chief trying to calm fears. he says his officers will not enforce federal immigration policies. kpix 5's maria medina with his message for immigrants. >> reporter: the police chief said his department has heard concerns here in san jose and he wanted to send a message, they won't get involved. >> the san jose pd has not and will not enforce federal immigration laws. it is simply not our mission or
our role. >> reporter: that's chief eddie garcia's message to undocumented immigrants. his officers won't get involved with immigration enforcement. >> i don't think families should be separated. >> there's a lot of fear right now a lot of uncertainty about what might happen in washington, dc. >> reporter: he wrote a letter to undocumented immigrants just a few weeks ago saying we have your backs. as fear spreads throughout the bay area. >> i don't pretend to know exactly what the next president might decide to implement. but based on the campaign rhetoric, there's been a lot of fear. >> reporter: standing next to the chief and other community leaders today the mayor and chief reiterated the city's stance on immigration to try and calm fears. >> and we are united in this city about maintaining our policy of ensuring that our police department is not engaged in immigration enforcement. >> i and my officers are committed to maintaining active community involvement to reassure the trust that we have worked so hard to achieve.
>> reporter: and the mexican consul-general says they are not sure what's going to happen when donald trump becomes president next year but they want to be prepared. he is advising any undocumented immigrants who want advice to go to the consulate. maria medina, kpix 5. a lawsuit being heard in san francisco claims the government should share the blame for kate steinle's death. steinle was shot to death on pier 14 last year with a gun that had been stolen from a federal ranger's patrol car days before. the suspect, an illegal immigrant recently released from jail. the steinle family filed a $25 million wrongful death claim against the city and the feds claiming they are all liable for kate's death. the government wants case thrown out arguing that the theft of the gun and the shooting that followed were two separate acts. no word on when the judge might issue a ruling. richmond's mayor is backtracking after boasting about the city's crime rankings. on wednesday he said richmond is no longer on an fbi list of the 12 most dangerous cities in
northern california. but it turns out the city did not make that list only because the police department did not send in its crime data on time. today the mayor sent out an email with the actual figures. from 2014 to 2015, richmond's rate of violent crime was up nearly 13%. homicides increased by nearly 91% to a total of 21 last year. so if richmond was included, it would be the fifth most dangerous city in northern california. the mayor tells the east bay times, at least we can feel good until we're proven wrong. new at 6:00, california's marijuana industry has a problem! the banks won't do business with growers and dispensaries. kpix 5's melissa caen explains what the state treasurer is doing about it. >> reporter: basic problem in the cannabis industry is facing right now that they are unable to bank. right now, places that grow and sell medical marijuana can't use a bank for the money they make. >> the basic problem is that this is still a schedule 1 illegal drug. >> reporter: as long as it's
illegal under federal law, banks regard marijuana businesses as untouchable. oaksterdam university trains people to go into the cannabis business. >> now, imagine if you have to run payroll, you have to run a business, you have to pay rent, you have to pay your bills. you have to pay your taxes. but you can't write a check. you can't use a credit card. >> reporter: that's not the only problem. >> extraordinarily dangerous to be moving around so much cash. you turn into a target. >> reporter: today, state treasurer john chiang announced a working group that will meet to figure out how banks can work with the marijuana industry without fear of federal prosecution. >> i'm really excited that our treasurer has decided to bring together a working group on banking. >> reporter: the working group includes the california bankers association. we reached out to the association and a representative told us, really, there is no state fix. the best we can do is advocate for change at the federal level. >> marijuana is not the kind of thing that ought to be legalized.
>> reporter: jeff sessions is donald trump's nominee for attorney general. >> clarity that good people don't smoke marijuana. >> reporter: his nomination is any indicator of federal policy, this new working group will have a lot of work to do. melissa caen, kpix 5. >> the state treasurer sent a letter to president-elect trump looking for guidance on the issue. apple stores ransacked again and again. the unusual security move to protect bay area. >> this prime bay area parking garage too dangerous to stay open. the crucial safety closure leaving drivers scrambling. >> criminals stealing your credit information while you pump your gas. why a fix that could protect you has just been delayed for years. >> mainly sunny and clear skies throughout the bay area today. a little breezy but also a little bit warmer. coming up, which one day will feature 70s and which other day
in fact, the one in burlingame hit three times last month alone. only on "5," kpix 5's emily turner found out what apple is doing about it. em. >> reporter: yeah, allen. you know, there's a very clear pattern and they are repeating it. in fact, this store right here behind me has been robbed twice. burglars have gone through the doors and stolen everything on those first two tables. >> look over your left shoulder. you see those two guys? >> they were here earlier. >> reporter: 'tis the season for holiday shopping and at the many rina district -- at the marina district apple store it's guarded. apple stores all over the state have been robbed. >> i'm shocked to the point that they are getting away with it. >> reporter: there have been at least eight bay area robberies of apple stores. many of them with the same m.o., seen here in surveillance video from san francisco's
marina district. men in hoods grab whatever merchandise they can before running away during the evening rush hour. it's also happened in corte madera, burlingame and three times in berkeley. >> what's been happening in around the city for several years now, we've been successful on identifying some people involved in those incidents and making arrests. but this is a new target. right at this moment. >> reporter: officially apple doesn't comment on its security measures. but our sources say a.m. has contracted with a company out of l.a. to provide security for stores most at risk. the move may be out of place in apple's culture. but the customers we talked to today are grateful these guards are here. >> oh, yeah. yeah. that's the last thing you want to do is -- >> reporter: back out here live, you see the security guards are still here, as long as we have, all day today. in fact, the two times that this store has been robbed it happened around 5 and 6:00 so right about this time. and they're glad that they're here. also, important to note, no one
has been injured so far in these robberies. but in the most recent one in burlingame, i have been told that the robbers did start to rough up and put hands on some of the employees and customers so it's possible they are escalating. apple and police running security and not taking any risk. emily turner, kpix 5. a man arrested in the killing of a san francisco city worker made his first court appearance this afternoon. the victim's wife and two children were among the people walking into court today. 27-year-old jermaine jackson was shot to death in the mission district on wednesday morning as he worked to remove graffiti. today the accused gunman's attorney got a week delay in the arraignment saying he wants to do his own investigation. and he says his client michael higginbotham will plead not guilty. police have caught a man accused of kidnapping a uc- santa cruz student who was hitch-hiking. officers caught up with jose calderon ortiz in a traffic and probation stop near uc-santa cruz. they say he offered a female student a ride from a bus stop
on the uc-santa cruz campus early yesterday morning but then wouldn't let her out of the car. the victim managed to escape with minor injuries. police say ortiz was under the influence and was smoking marijuana during the ride. a lot of people in oakland are going to need to find a new place to park when they head back to work next week. kpix 5's don ford on the safety issue force, the city close a big downtown garage. >> reporter: the clay street garage next to the oakland city hall is closing. the city says it is seismically unsafe and a recent study says it will fall during an earthquake. these green notices tell everyone that today is the last day of business. [ beep ] >> after today it's closed, yeah. >> i guess it's a good thing. i don't want to be here when the earthquake hits. >> we don't want it falling down on people. >> reporter: it was built 55 years ago. prestress concrete and steel beams both bolted and welded together. but time and technology have advanced in the last 50 years. today you can see some age
wrinkles, some surface cracks and ancient stairwells. ed rogers say he heard about the closure this morning. but not really. [ inaudible ] >> i'm deaf. >> reporter: you're reading my lips? >> yes. >> reporter: what will you do after it closes? >> i would say there's a parking garage about a block up here. >> reporter: ed doesn't think the closure will be too much bother. city has three public parking garages nearby. the giant citycenter west garage, the oakland citycenter garage, and the dazzle garage in the basement of 250 frank ogawa plaza. now another study this time to determine if it makes more sense to demolish it on fix it. in oakland, don ford, kpix 5. gas stations are considered one of the riskier places to use debit and credit cards. now a plan that would have made them more secure has been
delayed. liz cook joins to us explain. >> reporter: chip enabled credit cards are supposed to cut way down on fraudulent transactions. but most stores still don't have the technology in place to process them. now gas stations are getting three more years. that's a concern to some who say gas pumps are one of the more likely places a crook might use a stolen card or install a skimming device. now gas stations were supposed to be equipped with chip card readers by october of 2017. but visa and mastercard the companies that make the rules had decided to give them until 2020. security experts say the reason? money. >> most gas stations when they make this change they actually have to break concrete. they have to change the entire pump in order to update those old magnetic stripe readers to chip readers and that costs $30,000 or so. >> many banks have also missed the deadline to upgrade their atm machines to accept chip cards. the changeover to chippewas supposed to be pretty much
complete by now [chuckling] but experts say it will likely take another three or four years possibly longer. even so, fraudulent atm transactions are down. however, other types of fraud are increasing. either way, consumers are usually not responsible for fraudulent purchases made with their credit cards provided they notify their banks quickly. >> keep a close eye on your account. >> yes. when in doubt, use your credit card. got to be careful. >> also could use cash. >> cash is king. there you go. that's much easier. >> who carries cash? >> i know. >> but that's a good tip. >> thank you. ♪[ music ] caltrain is getting into the giving spirit with his dazzling holiday train decorated with 70,000 lights. it makes the journey this weekend to collect toys for the good girls and boys stopping at nine stations between san francisco and santa clara. santa, rudolph and frosty will
all be on board. for a full schedule of the holiday train, visit our website, cbssf.com. saw a little snow in that video. blustery day on the bay otherwise. look out at the golden gate bridge from berkeley. the winds not stopping people from getting out and enjoying a little bit of that sunshine. and check out the whitecaps coming into san francisco. boaters have been navigating those choppy waters all day. ♪[ music ] >> none in the forecast? >> not here. >> unfortunately. >> in hawaii, yes. >> snow level at mauna kay yeah is 11,000 feet and above 11,000 feet they will get two feet of snow this weekend. hawaii gets more snow than california. how about? crazy. a blizzard. snowing in hawaii. a little milder today with that breeze coming in off the -- off land as opposed to the ocean. mid-60s for some of you. take a look at the weather map:
. 65 in oakland. san francisco 62. fremont 61. livermore 60. antioch/pittsburg bay point oakley brentwood not that wet recently. you will stay dry through the weekend in the delta. your next chance of rain is next thursday. we stay dry because of that big high. if the high pressure system was over the bay area we would have 75 or 80 not the mid-60s. watch the clouds. it's almost like a ring. cloud cover around the ridge and some rain is making it as close as crescent city, weed, yreka we're seeing some showers in far northern california. they will not make it here. that next front that gets here on monday will move through without a drop of rainfall. so for tonight, breezy this evening. breeze relaxes overnight. but it will be clear and seasonably chilly. couple of degrees milder than
the past couple of nights, 40s in fremont and san jose not the 30s. santa rosa 39. the warmest day for the next week will be tomorrow. how warm? heading up to napa first off lucky you, second off,70 in napa. livermore, tri-valley, warmer 65. san jose 63 with sunshine. san francisco 62. even pacifica 60 tomorrow. it will be cooler with some more cloud cover coming up sunday but a very pleasant weekend to get outside. play a little basketball. basketball season for the kids. why not get outside and have a little game of "horse" with them? 60s inland, low 60s near the bay. the front arrives on monday but no rain. cooler air, no rainfall. tuesday mid-50s. wednesday mid-50s. our next chance of widespread rain, not until next friday. so this is the time of year when we're supposed to be wrapping up the rain chances. mother nature says i'm pulling the u-turn, no rain the first week of december. >> well, it will come. >> it will. >> we have a whole month. >> we do. rainy season just beginning.
homecoming.. for the cast of "full house" last night we told you the san you could call it a sort of home coming for the cast of full forecast [chuckling] >> last night we told you the san francisco victorian made famous on the tv show was sold to the show's creator. kpix 5's jackie ward there now. she is a big fan and you have tonight's "a" list for the houseguests and a plan for this property, jackie? >> reporter: you have no idea. the adrenaline has left my system after a fun day.
a lot of the cast had never been to this house. ever since the show creator purchased the house the cast has some big plans for it. >> i'm going to work here as the gardener. it's going to be great. i'm going to wear chance. it's going to be fantastic. >> he is wearing them right now. >> don't pan down. >> no, it's upsetting. >> it's really cool. i mean, the house is much different inside than outside in the real house. >> reporter: nearly 30 years passed since jeff franklin close this as the backdrop for what would become his hit tv show. >> it will be great to be able to actually shoot here and, you know, and freshen up our shots of the house. >> reporter: because the last time crews shot here was 1987. franklin says he doesn't have plans to shoot episodes inside the house. but it will go through some remodeling. >> seismically retrofit it and replace the infrastructure in the house so that will be next
and then i will figure out what to do with it because i'm not going to live here. >> reporter: even after all these years, "full house" and now "fuller house" is proving its longevity and popularity from one generation to the next. >> one of the best sights to see in childhood, nostalgia brings back so many memories and something everybody can relate to. >> i always wanted to be able to get here, i always wanted to be cool. >> reporter: that's what jeff franklin counts on. >> we like the nostalgia but we also think we're doing a show that people can now enjoy for what it is. [ singing the theme song ] ♪[ music ] >> reporter: the barricades now are just being put back. the fans just left a little while ago. and for all of you "full house"
and "fuller house" fans, season 2 of "fuller house" drops on netflix a week from today on december 9. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> jackie, we're going to challenge you to sing that song. >> reporter: i can do it! i got it. even my photographer knows all the words because we have heard it about 35 times today. >> i want you to record it and put it on our facebook page. >> reporter: oh, um -- maybe. maybe not. i think i got go. sorry! [ laughter ] coming up in the next half- hour donald trump's phone call that could risk a diplomatic dispute. >> plus, one year after the mass shooting in san bernardino, several first responders reflect on the chaos including a father and son team who faced their first life- threatening test together. >> and a former nfl player shot and killed in an apparent road rage incident. a man confesses to pulling that trigger and is released and walking free. ,,
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memory of each person who died. the san bernardino county health inspector and his pakistani wife carried out the attack last december. the fbi thinks they had become radicalized inspired by the "islamic state." they died in a shootout with police on the same day. in addition to the 14 people killed, 22 had injuries. one woman whose pelvis was shattered is still trying to recover after several surgeries. >> i have accepted a new level of, you know, just that everyday pain that's just kind of a new normal. >> investigators have conducted hundreds of interviews and have not made any arrests directly linked to that attack. first responders who witnessed the aftermath in san bernardino are also still recovering. reporter crystal cruz talked with two of them today. >> reporter: on december 2, a team of officers found syed farook and his wife and then trailed them from redlands back
to san bernardino. >> how egregious his actions were, it was pretty clear to me that he probably wasn't going to go down without a fight. >> reporter: the sergeant was right and riding shut gun with him that day his son officer ryan shulky. >> i said we are go, ryan, here we go. >> reporter: he was supposed to be off but jumped on the clock and into his dad's car. >> as soon as we stopped i could see syed get out and start shooting at the deputies who stopped further up from us. i jumped output my door open and started shooting at syed farook from the passenger door. >> reporter: it was ryan's first time shooting his weapon in the field. he had only been on the job in a year. >> as i was engaging syed i heard my dad saying get better coverage because all i had was the passenger door. that's one of the one things -- i couldn't hear the gunshots but i could hear him yelling at me. >> reporter: oddly enough, the shooting was the first for both men. >> 25 years my first officer-
involved shooting. i didn't have that protective feeling that you would think a father would have of his son necessarily because his actions when we pulled up he grabbed the rifled and got out and got into the gunfight without hesitation and i knew he would be. >> reporter: their thoughts are with all 14 of those who weren't okay. >> sad day for san bernardino because of what happened but also a very proud day for law enforcement in the way they conducted themselves and that responses to the entire incident. >> reporter: all the officers fired something like 400 shots at the shooters who returned about 80 shots. only one officer was hit in the leg and she is already back to, would. crystal cruz, kpix 5. he is not even in office yet but president-elect trump is off to a rocky start with china. he ignored nearly 40 years of u.s. foreign policy today by calling the press of taiwan, an island china claims as its own. today u.n. ambassador john
bolton became the latest contender to join the field for secretary of state but another big decision has been made. trump aides confirm he will nominate retired marine corps general james mattis for secretary of defense on monday. outrage today after a man accused of killing a former nfl player during a road rage incident was released by authorities. witnesses say it started as a heated verbal argument in new orleans between ronald gasser and former new york jets player joe mcknight. gasser pulled a gun, fired three rounds from inside his car. cell phone video shows the moments after mcknight was shot. he later died. officers questioned gasser and he was released. today members of the new orleans ncaa gathered in protest . >> we don't want individuals to think it's open season on young black men. >> the sheriff defends his investigation saying it is ongoing. mcknight played in the canadian football league this year and
was hoping to rejoin the nfl. police say he did not have a weapon. he leaves behind a son. style in the sky coming at a price. flight attendants now itching for a recall after brand-new uniforms made hundreds of people sick. >> paul was talking about. icy conditions more than 2 feet of snow. we're not talking the sierra. an unusual winter storm in hawaii. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
nine years. the labor department says the u.s. unemployment fell to its lowest point in nine years! the labor department says 178,000 jobs were added in november. -dropping the unemployment raid to 4.6%. experts say it's because many americans just gave up looking for work. wage growth is slower but still ahead of inflation which brings us to our nightbeat question of the evening. how would you grade obama's handling of the economy over the past eight years? you can head to my twitter page
right now add weigh in, let me know your thoughts at #veronicadlcruz. join us on nightbeat; come join us at 10:00 on our sister station, kbcw 44/cable 12. a rash of complaints spreading among american airlines employees. about 1600 workers say the company's new uniforms are giving them rashes and headaches. now the union is stepping in demanding replacements. in september american airlines released this video introducing the new design for its more than 70,000 flight attendants. pilots and gate personnel. >> we're taking a different approach with our uniform program and what that approach is, it's about our colleagues who wear them. >> so far, american has not agreed to a recall. but a spokesman says the airline is allowing some employees to wear the old uniforms and offering skin testing for workers with bad reactions. ♪[ music ] whether you sprinted there or whether you're crawling right now to get there you made
it to your weekend. i will have your weekend forecast and if you think it's chilly around here, wait until you see how cold it is in hawaii! so cold it's snowing. we'll have the pictures coming up. ♪[ music ] and coming up in sports, day 2 of tiger woods' comeback with former flashbacks of the old tiger. and the warriors head coach steve kerr has a few words for his critics. >> get off my lawn! >> and a political stance by the ncaa brings two athletes home to play the biggest game of their lives. we'll have the details coming up in a few minutes. ,,,,,,,,,,
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astra zeneca may be able to help. responsibilities at home or even get a job. and when you're that emotionally at least half of the sra students live with only one parent so many teens take on more responsibility at home and get a job. when you're that young it takes a toll emotionally and academically. sherry hu introduces us to [ non-english name ] who found his way to rise above. >> the basic format, i never
really had access to technology. for my birthday i was given an action. i got an ipod. >> reporter: it wasn't until the 6th grade when [ non- english name ] got his first ipod. >> maybe web development. >> reporter: even though he didn't grow up with computers he is hooked now. more than a hobby, it's his salvation. >> i saw technology as a gateway and i made it to not have to be at home dealing with the problems that i struggled with. my dad left my family and that had a big impact on my family, mother, sister. we fell into depression. >> reporter: he said ever since he can remember his dad was a gambler. >> i was supposed to spend quality time with him and instead my quality time was sitting around with him as he threw dice and cards with his
friends and then i realized that he -- he preferred money or gambling over us. >> reporter: abel took care of his mother an sister and it took its toll at school. >> i couldn't make it through a class because of all the emotions just rushing in. >> that's a lot of pressure for a 13, 14, 15-year-old boy growing up in east oakland. he saw his grades dropping. we saw him not coming to school. we saw him just more disengage. really worried us. >> reporter: so his teachers and adviser at the high school stepped in to help him open up and find his way back. along the way, he discovered a passion for computer science. >> let me know if you need help. >> when his life circumstances reached a new low, i think only place he could really go was up. >> if i see a problem i don't
see it as something that's gonna stop me from continuing but as a challenge for me to find a solution to overcome it. >> reporter: with a newfound confidence, abel is on a mission to share what he found. >> what positive could we do. >> now i want to teach my peers in my school to code since i saw the importance that had in my life and i wanted to share that impact with other students. >> am i worried about his success? no. but the road is going to be challenging. it's going to be difficult. >> thank you. >> just like, you know, every other young man of color coming out of east oakland. >> reporter: you can help students like abel rise above. to support sra, go to our website, cbssf.com/sra. for students rising above, i'm sherry hu. weather time, so is the
picture behind me from north dakota, montana? maybe the sierra nevada? folks, this is hawaii! the snow level at mauna kea is 11,000 feet which is obviously very, very high but not only has it snowed in hawaii, it will snow an additional two to three feet coming up this weekend. it is a veritable snowstorm on the big island above 11,000 feet in elevation. parts of mauna kea will have more snow than the sierra nevada by the end of this weekend. back here in the bay area, it is not as chilly as it has been. san francisco and oakland a fine friday night clear and 60. livermore and concord 54. san jose 56. santa rosa 49 degrees. your current temperature. downtown ice this weekend in san jose, lots of sunshine. should be a beautiful weekend if you want to head out and skate with your family. 63 degrees this weekend. the sunnier choice will be tomorrow though. overnight tonight san jose you will drop to 42. redwood city 42. san rafael 44. and santa rosa 39 degrees.
you felt the breeze today. it was a 62-mile-per-hour wind gust at the top of mount diablo. that wasn't everywhere but it was certainly windy out there. it stays breezy tomorrow. winds are offshore. onshore coming from the ocean. the opposite of that an offshore wind which even this time of the year can keep temperatures somewhat elevated and that will happen tomorrow. daytime temperatures will stay about 5 degrees above average tomorrow because of that offshore wind. big strong ridge of high pressure look at that big clockwise swirl wrapping around the high pressure. so that's the wind. now let's look at the cloud cover wrapping clockwise around the ridge, as well. slamming storms in the pacific northwest. but we just get a glancing blow and that one chance of rain we were talking about next monday as the front moves through we get the front but we're not going to get the rainfall because of that ridge. san francisco tomorrow should be a beautiful day outside. mid-60s for much of the afternoon. 5:00 we'll have clear skies and 59 degrees. temperatures tomorrow running above average for new concord, 6 degrees warmer than normal.
but it won't feel that warm out 65. san jose and oakland 63. san francisco 62. beautiful day in los gatos high of 65. half moon bay 62. hayward 62. antioch will hit 68 tomorrow. mid-60s in the tri-valley. pleasant hill 65. benicia 66. alameda you will hit 62. novato 68. and 68 degrees in windsor. saint helena beautiful main street there 70 degrees with sunshine tomorrow. cool, cloudy sunday pleasant. monday cooler still. the front arrives, no rain. but the cooler air does get here tuesday and wednesday with highs only in the low to mid- 50s. our next widespread rain chance not until next friday. that's weather. we have sports coming up next. ,, ,,,,,,,, ♪
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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. we need to make sure that we have a beautiful place for our children to live. together, we're building a better california. so h well, day 2 of tiger woods' return to golf was much better than day one. how good? not one blemish on the scorecard. he finished in under three hours. 12th hole this is the tiger woods his fans want back. the tee shot comes within a foot from the hole in one. he tapped in for birdie.
one of seven birdies on the round. he was looking at his first bogey of the afternoon on the 16th but saved it with this. it's been a last since we saw that tiger fist bump. he shots a 7-under 65 and six back of the leader. he was asked how his body felt after two full rounds. >> feels better than it did wednesday and thursday. which is a very good sign, a very good sign. i don't know why. i'd like to know. made a couple of bucks but i think that maybe my only hitting ball one instead of three might make a difference. to basketball. warriors 12 game win streak was snapped but there is good news. steve kerr was named coach of the month for october and november. the warriors went 16-2 during that stretch and so far, they are 0-1 in december but it's still early. right? last night before the warriors loves to the rockets, charles
barkley ripped golden state again saying, quote, they play girly basketball. steve terror's response today was priceless. >> -- steve kerr's response today was priceless. >> it's getting to the point where i feel like if the whole team walked in front of charles's house, he would just yell get off my lawn. that's how i feel about it. [ laughter ] to the nfl. >> the raiders placed a quarterback on season injury reserve with a hamstring injury. on tuesday oregon fired a coach who took over for chip kelly four years ago. kelly may return to eugene. the coach urged kelly to make the move but the 49ers head coach declined. >> i think chip has a challenge in his mind to make it right in the nfl.
it was an awkward conversation but let him know if he wanted to consider this. i think he wants to make it right now so i think he wants to win at that level. >> avaya stadium hosting women's soccer national championship this weekend. vern glenn on two local high school stars who are glad the ncaa took a political stand and got the tournament moved closer to home. >> reporter: the north carolina tar heel women in its final practice in san jose before the game of their lives. but why san jose? usually the event is held in north carolina. but because of the state's law, the ncaa moved seven championships to other states. for two bay area tar heels, darcy mcfarland on the left and annie kingman, no problem. >> we were both excited and i think that was just a little extra incentive for to us get back here. >> the pressure is on. i mean, like my mom says you lose friday, don't come back
home. >> reporter: the california connections don't stop there. [ indiscernible ] who won 22 national championships as head coach spent his younger days in oakland. mcfarland's mom mary lou was almost a part of his first title in 1982. >> i actually recruited her mother to come play for me when she was a track athlete at the university of north carolina back in the day and she blew me off. >> i don't go through life with regrets but maybe that's one that would have been really cool if i had. >> reporter: her older sister kelly won a national title at carolina in 2012. now it's time for what's her name? >> bug mcfarland? explain? >> so, um, that is the nickname that my parents have given me and that my family calls me. >> reporter: darcy will graduate in december and play soccer in europe next year. after that a job at microsoft awaits. in san jose, vern glenn kpix 5. thanks, vern. unfortunately, we have some bad news on that game.
earlier today at avaya mcfar lend left the semi final game within an injury. a goal in the second half, the mountaineers win 1-nil and will face usc in the finals on sunday. they are not playing girlie soccer, i don't think, out there. >> get off my lawn? >> the raiders game is on pix on sunday. >> and "5th quarter" will following. >> maybe tiger is playing so well because he is playing by himself. >> who knows? it's a mental game. we'll see how he does in the peaks and valleys of the game. >> three hours is like nine holes for most of us, half a round. go to our facebook page and see jackie ward sing the "full house" theme song. >> she did on our facebook page. see you at 11:00. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
announcer: it's time to play "family feud"! give it up for steve harvey! [captioning made possible by fremantle media] steve: how are y'all? how are y'all? how's everybody today? i appreciate that. thank y'all. thank you very much. i appreciate you, man. thank you, folks. i appreciate it. well, welcome to "family feud," everybody. i'm your man, steve harvey... [cheering and applause] and we got a good one for you today. returning for their third day with a total of 20,620 bucks from san francisco, california, it's the champs, it's the hundal family. [cheering and applause] and from birmingham, alabama, it's the fitzpatrick family. [cheering and applause]
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