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showed. >> an alameda county supervisor hit and killed by a car. this morning, her trail blazing legacy. later, attacked in her tahoe kitchen. how this bay area woman survived being malled by a bear. good morning. it is thursday november 4. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am len kiese. good morning. first let's start with a live look outside. we are waking up to some showers but the bay area is already bracing for the sunshine. >> we will start with mary lee on that friday eve forecast. >> yes. >> we did see showers over night. we did. much needed rainfall over night and already even still picking up some showers out there on high def doppler. it's all because of this cold front moving across our region. on high def doppler you see showers for parts of the east bay, tri valley, peninsula, south bay. you see a wet start for livermore as well as for parts of the peninsula and even the south bay in san jose catching
wet weather. scattered light showers out there and also a little bit drizzle in spots. as we head through the afternoon, some sunshine in the afternoon with daytime highs in mid to upper 60s. you see on futurecast through the day, here is noon, already starting to see clearing. here we are in the afternoon with that sunshine. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. we do have wet roads out there so people need to be safe and careful on the roadways. >> definitely. on days like today we get a lot of crashes, lots of reports of trouble spots. we've got one specifically blocking lanes and causing brake lights. this is 880 south bound near the colosseum. all this red is on our censors, speeds down to 20 miles an hour. this is south 880 not far from 66, not far from the colosseum and traffic is sluggish. two lanes are blocked until further notice. once you pass that, things look better. you can see slick surfaces in
both directions. taking a live look at oracle park this morning where it is the end of an era. buster posey is reportedly retiring. >> according to the athletic, he is expected to make that announcement today. joycelyn moran is live from oracle park with reaction from fans. i am sure it is mixed, joycelyn. >> reporter: i think we can all use a buster hug this morning. it is a sad day in the bay but buster posey has given us so many memories, i know giants fans will remember forever. his most recent was against the dodgers, home run against the dodgers in game one. he is a three time world series champion, seven time all star. for many he is one of the greatest catchers of his generation. buster sat out the 2020 season citing family reasons as he and his wife adopted newborn twins.
he came back and was an absolute key part of the season. fans love him on the field but off the field they love him as well. he and his family dedicated a lot to pediatric cancer. he is coming off one of his best seasons and while fans may not be ready to see him leave the game, they're grateful. >> buster, thank you so much. you have made me as a giants fan so happy over the years and just being able to hold on even though we had really tough times. best of luck to you and thank you for all you have done for us. >> what a way to end his career after the 2021 season, a historic one for the giants and even though many fans may be sad, i know fans are grateful as well. >> joycelyn, thank you. definitely a legend in the bay area. >> so many memories but you know when it is time. thanks. i am anne makovec at the
live news desk. it is time for britain to start welcoming in the world's first pill to treat covid-19. regulators just gave it approval over there. this is a pill you would take at home twice a day for five days if you have mild to moderate covid-19. the point is to keep ou the hospital. we've been talking about it for a while in the united states as regulators look at this antiviral pill. basically the main benefit is it will reduce caseloads on hospitals and help curb out breaks in poorer countries that have healthcare systems that are easily overwhelmed. the manufacturer has committed to sending the pill around the world to some of the poorer countries. that hasn't happened yet and a lot of regulators are waiting for approval including in the u.s. we are going to keep an eye on that. looking live to chase
center where tonight comedian dave chappel will be at the chase center for a documentary screening amid controversy following a joke about the transgender community. >> the fall out came after his latest net flix stand up special the closer. justin andrews is live in the newsroom. tonight's show is sold out. >> reporter: it is indeed though the backlash has been building for weeks once people began to speak out about phobic and trans folkic they say, a lot started to unfold. >> trans lives matter. >> reporter: those were protesters and net flix workers who walked off the job. the employees say he's gone too far. he is known for direct commentary and sharp edge humor but they demanded the documentary be pulled and wanted better support for transgender employees at the company. net there olympics is keeping the documentary on the
streaming service and it is not sitting well with some lgbtq communities and organizations. some fans are saying it is simply comedy and entertainment. chappel addressed the backlash and said he would be willing to meet with people. the screening of untitles gets underway tonight at the chase center. he will be giving live performances too along with some special guests. >> you mentioned he would be willing to meet with the people. it will be interesting to see if that happens while he is in town. >> reporter: absolutely. we'll have to wait and see. >> thank you, justin. tributes pouring in for an alameda leader. beloved district 3 supervisor wilma khan was hit by a car and killed while walking her dog. a memorial has been set up to honor her. people stopped to pay respects at the scene. her career in public service spanned 30 years starting with election as alameda supervisor
in 1994. she eventually became the first asian american majority leader in california state assembly before returning as supervisor in 2010. >> she wasn't someone to be lightly pushed over or pushed around. she was someone who was tough and it showed. >> a true hero and dedicated public servant serving all of us. >> khan is survived by her two children and two grandchildren. alameda police say a driver involved in yesterday's crash is cooperating with the investigation. happening today, hearings slated to begin to discuss the status of the seismic retrofit on san francisco's sinking millennium tower. updates are on the table today after days of limited work on a fix for the sinking tower restarted but structural engineers worry that the project could run into trouble when new equipment is connected to the building's weak foundation.
experts hope the foundation issues d . we have been digging into the problems at the millennium tower for months. you can see our original reporting on kpix.com. students at san jose state university speaking out about housing insecurity on campus. student homeless alliance will be holding a news conference later today and they've been in discussions with the university about five demands over the past month. the alliance says they have hindered students from getting emergency housing while not supporting the voice of the students. it comes after san jose state started offering 12 beds for students struggling to find or pay for housing this semester. students get dining passes and can stay up to four weeks, sometimes longer. the alliance is looking for a one year extension of the program. 5:08. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> now that kids are getting vaccinated, will they have to start showing proof?
what public health officials are telling us. >> oakland can see more rvs parked around certain spots of the city. what's behind the move? >> it's a wet start. i am tracking light scattered showers as the cold front moves across our region. as we head through afternoon, get ready for sunshine. i will show you futurecast. with that rain, it brings wet roads and hot spots. i will i drop off and pick up my kids from school so, i can't work early. or late.
good thursday morning. i am tracking showers on high def doppler. this is a cold front that's pushing apart as it is across our region. you can see the tri valley with the wet start, livermore, peninsula, san mateo, red wood city. we did have showers push over san jose and now showers over the east foothills there. as we go through our day, get ready for some sunshine. >> thanks. kids across the bay area are getting vaccinated and we were there as some of the very first children rolled up their sleeves. the surgeon general just offered a personal endorsement for kids to get the shot. >> my wife and i will be taking
our 5-year-old son to t will b grateful we can more confidently send him into the world. >> looking live at san francisco now that children ages 5 to 11 are eligible, soon they will have to show proof of vaccination before entering public spaces like restaurants, gyms, large events like adults. in contra costa, mount diablo unified district is hosting a town hall to answer questions parents and school staff may have about the covid vaccine for kids 5 to 11. it is meant to offer education to families ahead of vaccine appointments opening for kids at county run clinics this weekend. for everything you need to know about getting your child vaccinated head to kpix.com and click the banner at the top of the home page. reservoir levels continue to rise after that atmospheric river slammed the state. this is what the reservoir looked like last year but it
just saw a sizeable 21-foot bump in the water levels. the additional water amounts to roughly 11% of the total capacity. at 5:30, we will have the latest drought monitor and what it means for the bay area. looking live toward marin where today the county's department of public works is warning public about possible seasonal tide related flooding. it says flooding may happen along shoreline areas and low lying roadways. on that note, let's get a check of weather and traffic at 5:14. we saw a little bit rain over night and it was still raining a little bit when i came in. what's it looking like now? >> people might need their windshield wipers especially in the tri valley as well as the peninsula. even a little bit drizzle along the coast and around the bay. it is definitely a wet start. watch for those slick conditions. here is high def doppler. you see exactly as front pushes across our region.
as we look to right now and what you can expect, you can see the showers, that wet weather for tri valley, livermore. you can see spotty showers for peninsula, san mateo, red wood city, wood side. south bay, san jose you did have rain push in. you see spotty showers over saratoga, los gatos, east foothills. things are wrapping up so you see a wet bay bridge camera out there. temperatures are in the upper 50s to low 60s at this hour. here we go as we take you through the day. this is a quick moving weather system. we talked about this yesterday. by 9:00, you see the activity and the cold front to our east. we are looking at dry weather. clouds for the morning. as we head through your lunchtime hour, north bay will start to see clearing and sunshine first. through the rest of the afternoon all of us will catch that sun later today. this is 3:00 in the afternoon. looking at ghs, s along the coast, mid to
upper 60s for the peninsula. south bay, upper 60s, 69 in santa clara as well as for san jose, campbell, cupertino. inland east bay, upper 60s, upper 60s for the tri valley. 65 san francisco, 63 daly city, 68 alameda, san leandro and daytime highs in mid to upper 60s for the north bay, 67 in santa rosa and 64 in ukiah. as we look to our weekend, something new that's been popping up on weather models there is a chance to see showers for saturday and the better chance will be the north bay as well as for the coast on saturday. really, you are a little bit closer to a weather system to our north. the seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, drying out today, dry for tomorrow and again the chance to see showers in san francisco and oakland, not much in the south bay in san jose, dry
sunday and then we are looking at a series of weather systems as we look to next week. inland east bay, north bay, coast. for the north bay you will see that sunshine a little bit earlier today but all of us catching that sun as we head through our afternoon. it is dry friday, a better chance to see maybe a few showers for north bay and coast on saturday. otherwise we dry things out as we look to sunday but then catching that break and then another round of rain coming our way as we look to early next week. let's check with gianna. i hope people stay safe with the slippery slick conditions out there. >> i hope so too. give yourself extra time as you head out. we've got the wet weather which makes it a busy commute for sure. taking a look at traffic, 880 is one of our busiest spots. we have a crash with injuries. it is blocking at least the two right lanes leaving three left lanes open and traffic is backing up. this isn't far from the
colosseum as you head on the south bound side of the nimitz freeway of 880. once you pass that, things look better. we had earlier trouble spots out of hayward and that is cleared out of lanes. towards the bay bridge things are looking okay with no metering lights yet. we are seeing more volume, more cars hitting the road way as morning commute progresses. under ten minutes from the maze as you head into san francisco. once you are on san francisco side headed to the peninsula, there is flooding reported along parts of 280, south bound 280 near monterey boulevard. one lane is blocked due to standing water. 280 north around that highway 1 connector, flooding reported at the exit ramp. be extra careful especially if taking on and off ramps this morning. west 580 is busy out of tracy off of 205 to 580, that ride into livermore valley, starting to see brake lights and issues with a 49 minute travel time to
go from 205 to 680. that is an area where mary mentioned they're seeing wet weather. give yourself extra time this morning. a live look at oakland, you might see more rvs parked around the city. it is parts of a new step in helping the homeless population. city leaders approved a new policy that allow recreational vehicles and tiny homes on wheels to be parked on private property given the owners' approval. the hope is to get rvs off the streets while providing more affordable housing options. bart's general manager bob powers continues his listening tour to find out what is and is not working for riders. today the focus is concentrated on younger riders. powers is set to meet with students at sf state this afternoon to talk transit agency names and then he will stop at daly city's bart station to chat with students on their way home from school. i am so incredibly lucky to
be alive. no question. >> you can say that again. how this bay area woman survived a bear attack in her own tahoe kitchen. at 7:00, an exclusive interview with magic johnson plus dozens of hertz car rental customers say they were falsely arrested after the company reported rental cars from onarsd desppaying for the car. democrats did win some races in new york city. for mayor voters elected the brooklyn borough president and made who got a great discount at bracelets r us eric adams. he was heavy favorite and it didn't take long for him to be declared winner. victory was announced ten minutes after polls closed.
all east bound lanes are blocked from mission through middle ring con road and public works crews on scene say there has been damage to the road way. at this point, no word on when it will reopen but we will keep you posted. >> thank you. a bay area woman battling cancer says she's grateful to be alive. >> she was attacked by a bear in her own cabin. she's battling age 4 cancer and often goes to her family's cabin in tahoe vista. she says she's seen bears around but never imagined one would get inside. it happened early saturday when she heard banging in the kitchen and went to check it out. >> i could see the freezer door half open and food just flying. it was like in an instant oh my gosh, this is a bear and the next thing that happens is that
i am being torn apart. i am so incredibly lucky to be alive. i mean, no question. >> rose was badly hurt in the attack but fortunately is doing okay. >> yeah. >> you can see she got pretty beat up. >> we're glad she's good. she threw something over the bear's head to distract it. >> a quilt, yeah, quick thinking. crazy story. so glad she's okay. 5:25. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming to cbsn bay area. >> repairs to millennium tower has restarted but is progress being made? what we are expected to learn today. >> reporter: it's a sad morning at oracle park. san francisco giants catcher buster posey is reportedly announcing his retirement today. we'll have the details. end of year holidays may
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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, the question in san francisco's troubled tower making progress? why we could get an answer in a matter of hours. >> reporter: fan favorite catcher buster posey is reportedly retiring and fans aren't ready to see him go. we'll have the details coming up. hoping to get a flu shot. you might want to act fast. why bay area appointments are hard to get. a bond like no other, why a shared love of marathon running has a much deeper meaning for these two friends. good morning. it is thursday november 4. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino.
there is a lot to get to. we will start with a check on weather and traffic. you may not be running outside this morning. there is still a little bit showers. >> watch for the slick sidewalks and roadways. we did have rain push in overnight and some locations are still getting the wet start. i will say this, i have been watching this really wrap up for us. high def doppler, just a few locations getting that wet start. now the tri valley as well as for parts of the peninsula and a few locations in the south bay as well. scattered light showers, a little bit drizzle as well. we will dry things out. we are looking at sunshine with highs in mid to upper 60s. as we take you through the day, here we are at noon. north bay, we are starting to see sunshine and then all of us seeing sun through our afternoon. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. people need to be extra
cautious even if it's not raining. you are dealing with slick surfaces especially on those on and off ramps. that's where we see crashes and some flooding this morning. if you are headed towards the nimitz freeway we have a crash blocking lanes south 880 not far from the colosseum. speeds are dipping down to about 17 miles per hour. 580 is open. use that as an alternate. if you are headed to the bay bridge, things are getting busy. no metering lights yet but slick surfaces and crowded on the upper deck heading into the city. 5:31, looking live at san francisco now. a fix for the city's sinking tower is up for discussion. >> a hearing is scheduled to talk status and safety at millennium tower's seismic metro fit. this is a story we have been following. justin andrews is live with the
latest. still so many questions about this one. >> reporter: it is. progress updates and reports from department of building inspection on the table today. keep in mind recently limited work restarted on the sinking tower but a structural engineering consultant believes it is time to put the brakes on the entire project. the engineer says the construction methods were making the problem much worse. he predicts workers may run into serious problems when new piles anchored to bedroom are connected to the weakened foundation. in 2017, concerned high rise owners in millennium tower hired the structural engineer consultant when they found out it was sinking more than a foot, barely seven years old and leaning northwest. the consultant also noticed extensive water damage in the garage. >> the building today is not in any imminent threat of structural failure. the question that has not been satisfactorily answered as far
as i am concerned is at what point is the point of no return? >> reporter: hearings get underway later this morning where we should learn more about what the plan is going forward. experts are hoping the foundation issues will also be discussed during that hearing. justin andrews, kpix5. i am anne makovec at the live news desk taking a live look at the chase center in san francisco where comedian dave chappel is set to appear after a big controversy recently over comments he made on his recent documentary that was aired on net flix that caused a lot of protests up and down the country. the comments were made in his special called the closer. today chappel will screen his untitled documentary and this is a tour across ten arenas throughout u.s. this is an independent film chappel produced but fresh off the closer controversy it is getting a lot of attention that
caused protests from net flix employees and trans advocates. they claimed they illegally retaliated against them for their criticism. at the chase center the tickets are sold out. no cell phones are allowed. people will have to lock away their phones for the performance but i am sure we'll be hearing about it. the end of an era, san francisco giants catcher buster posey is expected to announce his retirement today. it was first reported by athletic. >> joycelyn moran is live from oracle park with all the reaction from fans. >> reporter: if you go on twitter or social media, you will see a lot of sad faces. fans are not ready to see favorite catcher buster posey leave the game. he is a three time world series champion, seven time all star, was 2010 rookie of the year, 2012 national league mvp.
buster has given fans so many amazing memories. buster sat out the 2020 season for family reasons as he and his wife adopted newborn twins. he came back this last season and was an absolute key part of the 127 win 2021 season. it hasn't been just about what he's done on the field. fans love him off the field as well. he and his wife have dedicated much time to pediatric cancer. >> his resiliency and just seeing him behind the plate and seeing his whole career. that's to me what i will always never really sought the spotlight and he will be retiring without a farewell season. i know many fans are sad and can use a buster hug but as they say, he is a forever
giant. >> 34 and retiring. we're all going to miss him. good luck to him in the future. thanks. flu season is here but the vaccine to protect you against the virus may not be. >> health experts are warning this flu season may be severe and the pandemic may be to blame. supply issues with flu vaccine is forcing pharmacies to turn families away across the bay area, even those with appointments. some people are having to wait weeks to book a time slot and health experts say this year's flu season may be severe since last year's pandemic precautions made flu season nearly nonexistent. >> levels of antibodies in the population have gotten lower than usual. so that means we have less immunity going around. if the virus circulated again, more people could get sicker. >> last month, cdc warned about
flu shot shortages with shipments of supplies about syringes and needles as demand goes up. in l.a. strict covid rules in effect starting today. if you go to indoor bars, concerts, sports arenas, wineries, you must show proof you are fully vaccinated. the city of l.a. has those rules and more. proof of vaccination required in indoor restaurants, coffee shops, gyms, movie theaters, spas, salons. >> something that we need just so we can feel safe. >> i think it is great. i feel more protected. it's one way to just sort of start attempting to beat this thing. >> customers can show qualifying exemptions but restaurant owners say it can be difficult to enforce the new rules. latest drought monitor just dropped and here is a live look. it doesn't appear there is much
change from last week's slight improvement. much of the east bay remains in exceptional drought level. 5:38, time for money watch and a look at the latest jobless claims report. diane king hall joins us live from the new york stock exchange. good morning. how is it looking? good morning. it is all eyes on the job market. fewer americans signed up for unemployment benefits last week. according to labor department 269,000 people filed for weekly jobless claims. yesterday payroll processor adp says more than half a million jobs were created in the private sector in october. that was better than expected. break through blood test for more than 50 types of cancer being developed. currently typical screenings only cover five types of cancer and can only screen for one at a time. it is wide ranging but costly. current price is $949 and it is
not covered by insurance. many adults getting help from the bank of mom and dad. according to a recent survey nearly 28% of adults between 25 and 40 are receiving financial support from parents. it is not just millennials. more than half say their parents helped them at some point with things like buying a car or allowing them to live at home rent free. >> those are some good parents. sounds like work and play. >> yeah, 40% of travelers plan to incorporate work into holiday vacation this year. nearly three in four plan to add an extra day thanks to remote options. multitaskers said they were twice as likely to boost a travel budget. i am fore warning you. i will be out for thanksgiving and new york stock exchange is not coming with me. >> give us those numbers again.
40% of people say they want to incorporate work into their holiday vacation plans. >> yes. >> who are these people? >> i mean, come on, take a break. >> take a break. take a breather. thank you so much. >> enjoy the turkey. >> you don't want to do the news on thanksgiving morning? we'll be here. >> we're here all the time. 5:40. coming up on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> shocking testimony inside a courtroom. drama growing in the holmes trial. >> california growers taking a massive financial hit. what they say is to blame for the huge dip in business. high def doppler, we ever the wet roads, the cold front pushing in overnight. you can see spotty showers still on high def doppler at the moment. i will let you know what you
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anyway. after reviewing company documents denot see basis for enormous revenue projects theranos was making. still clients put a combined $384 million into theranos and he invested 6 million of his money. >> defense is trying to portray investors as sophisticated investors. they should have found due diligence and were advised in writing that it is highly speculative and they're taking a big risk here. >> mosely says he relied on a fortune magazine cover about homes and theranos to make his decision. investors ultimately lost their money. cbs news projects phil murphy has won reelection as governor, nearly edged out his opponent. >> if you want to know what the future looks like folks come to
new jersey. if you want to understand where america is heading, look to new jersey. >> the communications director though tweeted last night it is irresponsible of the media to make this call when the new jersey secretary of state doesn't even know how many ballots are left to be conducting. even with a loss the race was much closer than many thought it would be coupled with a win in the governor's race it added up to a strong election day for republicans. backlog of ships still offer the coast, lawmakers are trying to figure out how to ease the bottleneck. growers are unable to ship pistachios, wall nuts, almonds, cotton overseas. >> one of our members lost over 7.5 million in sales because of
inability to fulfill timely commitments. >> the holidays might look different this year. small businesses have spent months crafting a new strategy to ensure they have plenty stock on hand from treats to toys. >> many of our distributors are sending letters right now that they are no longer taking orders until january. >> supply chain crisis tonight at 7:00 on kpix5. it's a good time to be looking for a job. >> companies are rolling out the red carpet to attract new talent as more people leave the workforce with the holidays quickly approaching, companies are scrambling in a war for workers. some are handing out higher wages and sign up bonuses to attract new hires. amazon is offering up to a $3,000 signing bonus for temporary workers and average starting wage of $18 an hour. companies are also beefing up perks including tuition assistance, student loan repayment, paid time off for
volunteering, even pet insurance. new video of a stunning sight in the skies. take a look. this time lapse video caught aurora borialis lighting the starry skies over alaska. some say watching these northern lights dance is like the holy grail of sky watching. so beautiful. >> that's on my bucket list to see it in person. >> i think it's on a lot of bucket lists. it's absolutely incredible. i can only imagine what it is like in person. >> i will say this, it's always been a dream to be proposed to with the northern lights in the background. i said that to my boyfriend. >> if anyone is listening. let's talk about our weather. it is a wet start to our day. we are looking at the showers that did push in overnight with this cold front and still looking at a few spotty showers at this hour on high def doppler. you see just a little bit activity still lighting up our
radar screen. things are really wrapping up for us. let's zoom in and especially for santa cruz mountains, diablo range getting that wet weather. as we look closer for parts of the south bay down 101, morgan hill, san martin, gilroy getting those showers at this hour. let's show you the live look with our bay bridge, you can see the slippery roadways out there as we look to our bay bridge cam and temperatures running in the upper 50s to low 60s. it's going to be a dry afternoon for us. again, things are wrapping up. this is a quick moving weather system so this afternoon we will catch a bit of clearing and sunshine. daytime highs are a little bit cooler compared to yesterday, in the 60s for many of us, low 60s at the coast, inland in the upper 60s this afternoon. let's time it out on futurecast. here is 9:00 a.m. you see the activity to our east with the cold front. we are looking at the clouds
this morning. as we head through your lunchtime hour, the north bay will start to see sunshine first and as we head through the rest of our afternoon, all of us catching that sun as we head through today. daytime highs 62 in pacifica this afternoon and along the coast. 66 san mateo, 69 red wood say. inland east bay, topping in the upper 60s, tri valley, upper 60s this afternoon. around the bay 65 in san francisco, 63 daly city, 68 alameda as well as for san leandro, 67 in oakland and daytime highs for the north bay, you will see sunshine first this afternoon, 67 santa rosa and topping out in ukiah at 64. this is something new that our weather models are starting to
pick up on. there is a chance to see showers saturday, especially the better chance will be the north bay and coast. seven-day forecast san francisco, oakland, san jose, drier today and also for your friday. there is that chance on saturday for san francisco and oakland, not so much for san jose on saturday. dry sunday and then more wet weather as we look to next week. inland east bay, north bay, coast looking good today and tomorrow. again north bay and coast, you have a better chance of possibly seeing wet weather on saturday, dry sunday, and then looking at weather systems next week. we have daylight saving time ending this weekend and that means by next week at this time sunrise and sun set will be an hour earlier. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. i know we've got those wet roadways so people need to be extra cautious. >> that means an extra hour of sleep this weekend. loving that. you mentioned all the rain in the south bay through morgan
hill, san martin. that's where we are seeing brake lights and delays as you work north bound especially out of san martin, north 101 into morgan hill. there was an earlier crash on the south bound side of 101, they just cleared this off the freeway so things are looking better south bound. dealing with a lot of wet weather in that area as mary mentioned. there are slick surfaces so keep that in mind. west bound 80 into richmond this is causing brake lights, west bound 80 near cutting boulevard at least one lane is blocked due to this
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5:55. welcome back. good morning. we are looking live outside from sales force tower looking west, a foggy morning and some scattered showers too. we'll have a look at your forecast. new, new york city marathon is sunday marking the race's 50th year. >> among the 33,000 runners will be a pair of friends with an uncommon bond. more than four years ago, cane was fighting for his life when doctors found cancer in his liver. when he needed a transplant, his friend stepped up donating 60% of her own liver to him. >> she saved my life. that's what's so great about the opportunity to run and
publicize the incredible bravery and generosity and love of sarah kate and the opportunity to be a donor. >> sunday the pair will celebrate their recovery by running the marathon. the race will raise money for american liver foundation and hope to raise awareness about organ donation. >> i will not ask you for a liver but will you do a race with me? >> i would do a race with you and give you part of my liver. i would. i am that kind of guy. >> i lucked out. in our next half hour on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, new vaccine rules affecting 100 million workers nationwide. getting answers to the progress underway on san francisco's tallest hearing. what to expect on today's hearing on the millennium tower. giants fans are reacting to the news that buster posey is reportedly expected to announce his retirement today.
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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, end of an era. buster posey is expected to say good-bye to baseball. we are live with the big announcement just hours away. comedian dave chappel has been in hot water for weeks. he is set to be in the bay amid controversy. where he is performing, next. she was someone who was tough and it showed. >> an alameda county supervisor hit and killed by a car. this morning, her trail blazing legacy. attacked in her tahoe kitchen. how this bay area woman survived being