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time he. >> project home update, what this oakland couple did to go from a ten on the sidewalk to a permanent two bedroom apartment. here comes the harvest festival. we are live with the preview of the big return. good morning. it is friday november 12. i am amanda starrantino. >> i am len kiese. good morning. we'll be staying warm through the weekend. as for how warm, we'll turn things to the expert. good morning. we are looking at 60s and 70s, beautiful weather with that sunshine. that will continue as we look to our weekend. temperatures are a little bit warmer as we look ahead to our weekend. in the meantime this morning, good friday morning, we are looking at mainly clear skies we are the 40s d 50s. grab that jacket first thing if you are heading out. here is what you can expect, locations getting dense fog, a quarter mile in concord, near
zero in petaluma, a mile and three quarters in napa. through the day, highs in 60s and 70s. chp issued a fog advisory for the benicia bridge. if you are taking 680, things might be murky as you head across the span. so far that's really our only hot spot and we are not seeing a lot of brake lights. it is friday so hopefully traffic won't be too bad. right now we are not seeing major delays towards the dublin interchange. travel times look good in the altamont pass. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. we got new video of a mother and baby reunited after the girl was abducted last night in pittsburg. a different woman found the 1- year-old in the parking lot of an apartment complex she manages. there had been an amber alert after the child was taken in a
carjacking around 6:00 p.m. apparently the baby was in her car seat in her dad's running suv. her father stepped out to talk to another man. a woman came asking for a cigarette before she got in the suv and drove off with the baby inside. the amber alert was issued and four hours later, a woman found the vehicle with the baby still inside. the baby was safe. the suspect though is still on the loose right now described as a woman in her 30s with a tattoo on her face. police are reviewing surveillance video trying to find that woman. back to you. new, a reward offered in the killing of a toddler in oakland. the oakland chinatown chamber of commerce is putting up a $10,000 award for tips leading to the arrest in the shooting of jasper wu. he and his mom were heading
home. three kids were in the back seat and as they reached downtown oakland a gun shot hit jasper who was in his car seat. all adults who want the booster shot can get one. >> california health officials were alarmed by recent case count so now they don't want to be restrictive. justin andrews is live at the cvs in oakland with latest from state leaders. they have a big message this morning. >> reporter: they do. it says "do not turn a patient away who is requesting a booster shot." those are words from the state public health director. the message is really a looser interpretation of cdc guidelines. if you live in california, 18 and older, you are eligible to get the booster as long as it's been six months since the second dose of the pfizer or moderna, two months if you got the johnson & johnson shot. dr. fauci confirmed we could
see a winter surge unless more amicans momebehie latest decision by state health leaders. under cdc recommendations only adults 65 or older can get booster or people 18 and older who live or work in high risk settings or have underlying medical conditions. we wanted to know how doctors feel about the pivot from cdc recommendations. >> unfortunately in the last two and a half to three weeks we have been seeing numbers come up. if we have an average flu season this year on top of a swell of cases which i am pretty sure we are going to see, that could stress our healthcare system. >> reporter: doctors telling us this gives another layer of protection going into the holiday season. justin andrews, kpix5. >> thank you, justin. according to the cdc, majority of californians stilt need a booster. 34% of seniors have gotten one
and 14% of adults overall. investigators are trying to figure out what caused a deadly apartment fire in brentwood. it started around 1:30 yesterday inside a unit on nanc insi family members identified the victim. he is known as jesse. his son william was also in the apartment. his still in the hospital. a historic church in fremont still covered in red paint. nearly a week ago vandals were caught on camera defacing mission san jose in fremont. we are told the building requires a special painting process and can't simply be scrubbed clean. police are still trying to track down the vandals. over the past three years on project home we have profiled dozens of unhoused bay area residents. >> andria borba set out to track some of them down and has an update i think we are all
pleased to share. >> reporter: we have some good news to report about a homeless couple we met in 2018. their story may be a sign that billions in federal and state dollars that are pouring in to help the homeless are starting to take effect. >> we pick our keys up for our ver seen th sopy. nt.ha >>on't feel le al. houseless they were about to pick up keys to a permanent two bedroom home. >> it's overwhelming. a lot of weight is gone. a lot of anxiety. >> reporter: it's been a long journey. >> we have been out here about four years. >> almost five. >> reporter: we first met up on 77th avenue in east oakland living in a creative collection of tents complete with a kitchen, pantry, functioning shower, even cable that went in and out with each passing bart train. looking back they say, it
wasn't fun. >> we could feel them at night. >> walk by other people's houses and you see them in the house. >> yeah. >> you gotta just keep walking because you ain't got no place to lay down. >> reporter: about a year ago an offer came to get them off the street. they were among first to move into one of 67 new trailers at operation home base, a trailer park for homeless seniors set up by city of oakland. when we visited them there in 2020, they were thrilled with the new amenities. >> running water. we don't have to go to the fire hydrant and get water in our water jugs. >> reporter: it took a year and a half but the program eventually led to emergency housing voucher and then a housing fair and now permanent housing. the wilsons aren't the only success story. >> half of the folks who started here have moved onto
permanent housing. >> reporter: the executive director of housing consortium for east bay that runs operation home base. >> seeing someone sign the lease and get their keys is the most joyous time for anyone in this work. >> reporter: the biggest help this year, he says, $5 billion in federal emergency housing vouchers for homeless that guarantees subsidized rent for life. >> without the voucher, their opportunities for getting into permanent supportive housing would be extremely limited. >> reporter: even billions of dollars can only do so much. >> the waiting list continues to get longer and longer. >> reporter: heads up everyone home, nonprofit that over sees among other things alameda county's point in time homeless count. >> take a look at the car. >> reporter: in the last count in january 2019 before covid the group tallied 8,000 homeless in the county, half in oakland. for the next count in january
2022, andrews predicts numbers are likely going to be much higher. >> it's our estimation that considering all the circumstances, economic down turn, that there is going to be a spike in homelessness across the nation. >> reporter: they know they're among the lucky ones. we caught up with them packing up and moving out of their rv at operation home base. then we followed them to their new apartment in san leandro. >> what does this moment feel like? >> i've got goose bumps, every time i walk in. >> reporter: her favorite room, the kitchen. >> we both like to cook. we haven't had a stove or oven in the trailer. >> reporter: their advice to friends still living on the street, be patient but stay focused and don't give up. >> it's in your head from the time you come out to the street, you think about this
day right here. >> reporter: the wilsons have another piece of good advice. don't stop working when you are houseless. they advertised yard cleaning and house cleaning on next door and were recently voted neighborhood favorites in oakland. andria borba, kpix5. >> big congratulations to them. see all project home reports on kpix.com. it is 5:10. still ahead on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. >> a fall tradition makes its big return. we are live with the preview of the san mateo harvest festival hoping to bring a boost to business. >> super excited about that. we are looking at 40s and 50s, mainly clear skies with patchy dense fog as we kick off our friday. through the afternoon, daytime highs above average with upper 60s in san francisco, low 70s in oakland, 73 san jose as well as for concord. weekend forecast including the seven-day forecast is coming up. if you are ready to hit the
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sateevent center with what we can expect from the show this year. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is a big day for vendors, organizers, people who really mark this festival as a start to holiday shopping. you see people are already starting to set up and we do have liz with the festival, a representative of the festival. how exciting is it to be back? what can people expect? >> we are so excited to be back. this is an annual tradition. we see a lot of families who come every year. people can expect to see everything under the sun. we've got decor, jewelry, delicious food. everything is hand made in america. that's what's really cool. you will not see something that's mass produced. you know you are supporting small businesses and independent artists. >> i know the last year and a half or so has been very difficult. how difficult really has it been for organizers and also
the vendors? >> it's been hard. this is their livelihood. we have folks who maybe do 20 shows a year, so they go on the festival circuit. being cut out of events and shows was detrimental for them. it was hard for us too. we had half of our shows that were basically canceled. we are slowly rebuilding but feedback has been really positive. >> i know covid is still with us. what protocols can people expect? >> masks will be required. all vendors have hand sanitiz ing and things like that. >> what items can people expect especially if they're doing that holiday shopping? >> we've got a lot of great holiday decor, ornaments,
wreaths. we've got garden design, yard art, really beautiful jewelry. you can find gifts for everyone in your family. we have a kid zone socially distanced. we have stations for kids to do arts and crafts. >> a lot to expect. it starts today and goes until sunday, 10:00 to 5:00 and tickets can be bought online or at the door. >> looks like a bunch of fun stuff. thank you. let's turn things to mary lee. it should be a beautiful day to head to the harvest festival. it's going to be fantastic if you are heading out there. in san m apartment teo with that sunshine, highs in upper 60s. a live look, you can see coit father and we have 40s and 50s as we start our day. it's a little bit chillier
compared to yesterday morning. grapefruit size be that jacket if you are planning to head out the door. we are dealing with some patchy dense fog. let's show you the visibility. not just the north bay but parts of the east bay as well, down to a quarter mile in concord, near zero in petaluma and a quarter mile in santa rosa. today, mainly clear skies and patchy dense fog. through the afternoon, sunshine and mild temperatures. highs above average and a little bit warmer compared to yesterday. there is that strong ridge of high pressure, this dome of place. that is blocking any weather systems from coming our way. you see the storms in the pacific northwest and they are lucky enough to catch that rain. with that ridge really blocking any rain from coming our way we are looking at dry conditions over the next several days. of course we need the rain. it does not look like that is
coming soon. along the coast, mid 60s. peninsula, upper 60s in san mateo, low 70s red wood city. south bay 72 in santa clara, 73 san jose, campbell, 75 morgue on hill. inland east bay, 73 concord, pleasure an hill, low to mid 70s for tri valley. around the bay 68 in san francisco, 66 daly city, 71 in alameda as well as oakland, 70 for san leandro. north bay, low to mid 70s, 73 napa, 75 for ukiah. checking futurecast as we take you hour by hour, you see all the sunshine for today. again, a fantastic beautiful day ahead. as we look to tomorrow, temperatures are slightly warmer, still looking at passing clouds with sunshine saturday afternoon, more clouds streaming in for your sunday but looking dry for your sunday. here with he go with the seven- day forecast, you can see the
temperatures slowly on the rise as we look to san francisco, oakland, san jose for our weekend. then cooler looking to next week, more clouds stream in, temperatures dropping to below average, inland east bay, north bay, coast, slightly warmer for our weekend and then cooling it down as we look to next week. in fact highs in the 50s and 60s by middle part of next week. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. how are the roadways on this friday morning? is it friday light? it is. it will be interesting to see how the traffic patterns play out since yesterday was a holiday. kids were out of school and i wonder if people take advantage of that and make it a four day weekend. the bay bridge is not bad, easy ride as you head into san francisco. most bay area bridges are quiet. this weekend if you plan on commuting into the city, there is road maintenance at the toll plaza. that begins tonight at 9:00
p.m. and it extends until 7:00 tomorrow. plan for that if you are heading into the city this weekend orton item if you've got dinner plans. taking a look at traffic elsewhere, we are seeing a lot of green. good news on the roadways. it is foggy for your ride across benicia bridge so limited visibility will be an issue. keep that in mind if taking 680. san mateo bridge, pretty quiet between 880 and 101. so far things are moving nice at the golden gate bridge with no delays into san francisco. there is a broken down vehicle on the richmond san rafael bridge, not causing delays. castro street to 101, seven minutes. 580, 680 where traffic connects, if you are headed onto 680, you are clear. we are seeing extra volume but no brake lights. look at the travel time for altamont pass, only 26 minutes.
good news for commuters if you are out early this morning. a california man returns home for lunch to find out he is not the only one who is hungry. coming up at 7:00 hear from rapper travis scott's spokesperson following last week's concert tragedy. a look inside biden administration's plan to tackle america's urgent supply chain crisis. oprah shares details of
welcome back. giving a live look outside from sales force tower camera looking east, you can see treasure island. imagine going home for lunch to realize you are not alone and not the only one who is hungry. >> that was the case for one l.a. county man greeted by a family of bears caught ransacking his kitchen. >> hey! >> when john holden got to his home, he noticed his front door open and saw momma bear in his front yard. he ran past her to get inside to find her two cubs making themselves at home with a bucket of kentucky fried chicken he had left out. >> i see a bear in my kitchen eating my kentucky fried chicken. i was very concerned about my pets at the time so i guess i
wasn't thinking clearly. i just wanted to get in and make sure they were okay. i did everything i can to make noise to try to get them to leave. they were very stubborn. >> sadly his pet parakeet is gone but neighbors found his missing dog who ran out of the house when the bears came inside. he is like help! who are you? >> get these bears out right now. >> i wonder, there is more to the story. how did the bears get out? >> we'll answer that question. >> come on, john, we need more. 5:25. chaos on the golden gate bridge. the crash during an anti vaccine protest that left chp officers injured. >> reporter: state of california letting all adults get the booster shot. why health officials are making this major move. the popular trader joe's product being recalled this
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on kpix5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, chain reaction crash brought on by antivaccine protest. another warning over potential winter surge. what health experts are encouraging to make sure everyone stays safe. the day britney spears has been waiting for, the crucial decision expected in court. how would you like to work for the royal family? the job announced ahead in our live money watch report. good morning. i am len kiese. >> i am amanda starrantino.
it's going to be another beautiful day. this week has been gorgeous. it's been so nice. we are looking at sunshine again. that's going to continue for our weekend with temperatures a little bit above average. a live look with mark hopkins hotel camera as we look to san francisco, mainly clear skies, patchy dense fog again for parts of the east bay and north bay. we are in the 40s and 50s so grab that jacket if you are heading out the door. let's check visibility, quarter mile. daytime highs today looking at mild conditions, mid 60s along the coast, upper 60s to low 70s around the bay and peninsula and inlandlow to mid 70s. you see that sunshine as we go through today. we'll have more on the weekend forecast and seven-day forecast coming up. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. we are dealing with dense fog. chp issued fog advisory for benicia bridge. if you are taking 680, limited
visibility can be an issue. parts of 101 near petaluma. we are keeping a close eye on that. traffic is moving at the limit. we have a broken down vehicle on richmond san rafael bridge, not causing brake lights. we are seeing a lot of green on censors. no metering lights yet at the bay bridge toll plaza, traffic moving nicely as you head into san francisco. it is looking good at the altamont pass. 580, 680, head lights heading west bound and things are at the limit. your travel time is not bad, 26 minutes 205 to 680. california health officials going against current cdc guidelines and letting all adults get the booster shot. >> this is as holidays are nearing and we are seeing recent rise in covid cases. justin andrews is live in oakland to explain the state's pivot on all of this. >> reporter: health leaders say
this boils down to safety giving us that extra layer of protection as we move into the holiday season. i want to remind you the recommendation from the cdc says only adults 65 or older can get that booster shot or people 18 and older who live or work in high risk settings or have underlying health conditions. the state is saying we are letting all adults get the booster. if you are 18 or older you can get the booster as long as it's been six months since your pfizer moderna vaccine or two months since the johnson & johnson shot. dr. fauci confirmed we can see a winter surge unless more americans are vaccinated. that is momentum behind the latest decision by state health leaders making it clear to healthcare providers not to turn a patient away requesting a booster shot. >> we are vulnerable to get a surge unless we get more people
vaccinated. >> i am fully vaccinated and even boosted. i feel very well protected. but i am not 100% protected and i don't want to get covid. >> reporter: local health officials telling us the state made the right decision. you will hear more from that health official coming up at the top of the 6:00 hour. justin andrews, kpix5. a live look at the golden gate bridge. it is back to normal but yesterday an anti vax protest led to a traffic mess. it wasn't the initial protest though that caused the longer wait. hours into the protest an suv crashed into a street sweeper that ended up hitting several officers and bridge patrol workers with protesters on the other side of the barrier. >> we heard a bang and then next thing i know i look and there it was. >> i appreciate people's right to peaceful protest or civil
disobedience or what not. it's a bummer that impacts me. tonight is my one night i get to have dinner with my kids. >> the injured officer is out of the hospital. a person was arrested for trying to stop his vehicle on the bridge. a school calling in counselors after a staffer was killed outside campus. we showed you citizen app video of the car crash steps from sherman elementary school. the principal confirmed zieman was killed. he attended as a child and was a long time staff member. the principal sent a letter to parents saying we are struggling to understand this tragic loss of life especially since he meant so much to so many students, families, and staff. he taught from the heart, patient, kind, always a positive role model. developing news, prosecutors and defense attorneys for kyle rittenhouse will return to the court house today without the jury present. they will finalize how jurors will be instructed when they
get the case next week. rittenhouse is facing up to life in prison, says he acted in self defense in shootings that left two men dead at a protest in kenosha, wisconsin last year. on the stand earlier this week he broke down while describing what happened. >> there were people. >> each side will have two and a half hours for closing arguments. prosecution is expected to ask the judge to allow the jury to consider lesser charges for some of the counts. jury deliberations are likely to start on monday afternoon. happening today, britney spears' conservatorship can come to an end. the pop star's father jamie has made medical and health decisions for his daughter for the past 13 years. it's the first hearing since jamie spears was removed as coconservator. lawyers have filed papers for the conservatorship to end. movie pass may be getting a
second act and a recall from trader joe's. diane king hall joins us live from the new york stock exchange. good morning and happy friday. good morning, len. happy friday. if you are worried your holiday packages might not make it on time, hold tight. officials at the u.s. postal service say it's ready for the influx of packages. it's added 92 new sorting machines and is hiring additional 40,000 seasonal employees. movie pass may be getting a sequel. it shut down in 2019 after hemorrhaging money. according to documents a new york bankruptcy court approved by by the original cofounder. he hopes to relaunch next year. if you bought chicken patties at trader joe's the company is recalling because customers have reported bone fragment in the product
produced between august 16 and september 29. return it or throw it out. >> throw that out, in the trash can. might never be royal. we know the song. >> yes. >> but i hear there is a chance to post like one. >> i know. >> what's this about? >> uk's prince william and kate middleton looking to pick a lucky person to help manage their social media accounts. they'll assist in managing and create content and promote engagements and special events unofficially being prominent in the courtesy or proper bow couldn't hurt either. >> i am not competent there but i want to know about the pay, is it posh and prop? >> maybe like this. it better be. we need some posh pay. >> where do i apply? >> that's the perfect job for
you. you would kill the social media game. >> i would love it. fun and a bit of royalty too. i like it. talk about getting the best of both worlds. why some of the newest electric cars on the road are also some of the oldest. getting nasa experience. what the space center is about to launch this morning. 40s and 50s with mainly clear skies and patchy dense fog especially for parts of the east bay and north bay. we head through the afternoon, sunshine and daytime highs three to six degrees above average with upper 60s in san francisco, low 70s in oakland. your weekend forecast and your seven-day forecast, coming up. 5:38. we will take a live look outside from our sales force camera looking at the pyramid. we'll be right back.
good morning and happy friday. we are looking at patchy dense fog in spots especially for parts of the east bay and north bay, a tenth of a mile in fairfield, near zero in petaluma. we are going to see clearing and sunshine, daytime highs about five degrees above average. we are talking 60s and 70s.
mid 60s along the coast. low to mid 70s inland. i will have more on the seven- day forecast coming up. i am anne makovec at the live news desk. police are looking for the woman who abducted a 1-year-old girl. luckily a happy ending to report in this case in pittsburg. there had been an amber alert in effect after the child was taken in a carjacking at around 6:00 last night. about four hours later, a woman found the 1-year-old girl named mona in her car seat in the stolen vehicle. she was safe and unharmed. it was in the driveway of an apartment complex. the woman then called police. >> they were blocking the driveway and it was just sitting here. it was weird because they heard a baby scream, crying. then they looked and flashed the lights. the baby was in there, door was open, and they got the baby out. >> here is what investigators say about how the abduction happened. the baby was in her dad's
running suv. her father stepped out to talk to another man. a woman came up asking for a cigarette before she got into the suv and drove off with the baby inside. the suspect is still on the loose. police described her as a woman in her 30s with a tattoo on her face and they're reviewing surveillance video of the scene. a california company you may not have even heard of has become second most valuable auto maker in the u.s. rivian, an electric vehicle maker backed by amazon and ford, shares are up 57% giving market cap. they've delivered a total of 150 electric pickup trucks mostly to employees. electric cars are growing
popular but some can't bear to part with their old classics. >> matthew converts classic cars into electric rides at his garage. modifying gas guzzlers helps the environment especially since more than a million cars in uk end up on the scrap heap every year. >> scrapping cars is not a good thing to do. it's fairly well flown that half of a car's lifetime co2 output is during manufacturer. >> converting a car with used parts from crashed electric vehicles it set you back at least 30 grand. a ribbon cutting ceremony will be underway to introduce new visitor center called the nasa experience. organizers say the new site deepens the center's roots in the bay area community and offers immersive steam environment to showcase stories from the aims community over
the 81 year history. 5:44. good morning. it's friday. >> i'll just stop right there. >> that's all you need to know. >> that's it. >> it's friday. we have a great weekend ahead of us. what's it looking like? >> it's going to be beautiful. get ready. we are looking at sunshine. a live look as we look north at the trans america pyramid in the 40s and 50s as we start our day. it's chilly, definitely colder compared to yesterday at this time. mainly clear skies with patchy dense fog in spots. we'll show you this on current visibility, down to a quarter mile in concord, about a tenth of a mile in my hometown in fairfield. we are dealing with dense fog especially for parts of the east bay and the north bay this morning. today's forecast, mainly clear skies, patchy dense fog. as we head through afternoon,
sunshine and mild conditions with highs above average for this time of year. let's walk you through the day in san francisco, upper 60s in san francisco, a beautiful day with sunshine. east bay shoreline in oakland, 71 for a high with the sun. in the south bay, pleasant conditions, 73 with plenty sunshine. here is the reason why, we are looking at dry quiet conditions, high pressure in control for us and this really blocking any weather systems from coming our way. the pacific northwest, they are lucky, getting that rain but that ridge is really blocking rain from coming our way over the next several days. i know we need the rain. it was great to have earlier in the week. now we are looking at quiet conditions, settling into that dry weather pattern. if you are heading to san mateo, got that festival going
on, it looks great. 72 santa clara, 75 morgue on hill. inland east bay from concord pleasant hill 73, low to mid 70s for tri valley. 66 daly city, 71 alameda, 70 san leandro. north bay, low to mid 70s, 75 for ukiah. checking futurecast as we take you hour by hour, you see sunshine as we head through today. saturday, a few more clouds, passing clouds, temperatures slightly warmer for your saturday. for your sunday, a few more clouds. we will still be dry for our weekend ahead with above average daytime highs. excuse me. san francisco, oakland, san jose, you see above average daytime highs friday and into our weekend. there we go with the cool down as we look to middle part of next week, dropping to below average with more clouds.
inland east bay, north bay, coast, slightly warmer for our weekend with a few more clouds for our weekend and then much cooler, talking 50s and 60s as we look to the middle part of next week. let's check with gianna for a look at traffic. there are locations getting that dense fog. how are things shaping up on the roadways. you mentioned the area on 101 in the north bay and that's where we are getting a couple trouble spots in. if you are taking 101, limited visibility could be an issue. we have a couple things to look for, a crash involving two vehicles, all the activity is to the right shoulder. chp is headed to the scene. we are getting word of a broken down vehicle on the flip side north 101 at railroad avenue. we'll keep a close eye on that. it is friday and also the day after the holiday. we are not seeing a lot of cars. we'll see if brake lights start building behind that. if you are headed to the
benicia bridge, there is limited visibility. chp has issued a fog advisory for that ride across the benicia. this weekend, starting tonight, there is road work scheduled for bay bridge near the toll plaza. it begins at 9:00 and extends until 7:00 saturday morning. plan for that if you are headed into san francisco over the weekend or at least tonight into tomorrow. dublin interchange is looking good, no delays. traffic is quiet in and out of the altamont pass, 29 minutes 205 towards 680. good news if you are traveling there. bay area bridges are quiet. south bay travel times are looking good, clear on 101, 85, 280, 87. going to chase center, heads up, using public transit, tonight is the last game of an eight game home stand. you can connect to muni express
using bart and it is your event ticket and event pass to get can ride share or take your bike. have fun. tomorrow, people around the world will celebrate being good to one another. >> in solidarity with world kindness day, an artist is spreading his talent to make all of us a little happier. his mantra is kindness. through vibrant colors and walls ape across the country. >> when people walk by, i want them to feel joy. i want to pull them from their troubles. >> acts of kindness don't only make others feel good. research shows being kind makes all of us happier and healthier. >> it's shown to lower blood pressure, reduce social anxiety, boost immune systems. there is research showing that helpful people are healthier
and live longer. >> in honor of world kindness day, an artist and collaborator are taking their mural. the piece will go up for auction on nft platform and half of the money will be donated to kindness.org. >> i love that. >> it is pretty bright too. >> spread some cheer. >> that's right. 5:51. next, adele takes center stage. a behind the scenes look at her special performance airing on kpix5. a special k-9 team in san mateo. how the therapy pups will be helping other officers in need. today drew chats with addison rae and keke palmar. that's today at 2:00. a live look
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in my heart reaching a fever pitch and bringing me out the dark ♪ finally i can see you crystal clear ... you just got an early look at adele's one night only special airing this sunday on kpix5. >> the grammy sat with oprah to discuss how it came together. >> being in l.a. as well where i sort of had to recover, you know, from everything that happened in my life over the last years, perfect. >> it will look really elegant and then i will tell a load of fifthy jokes. a whip lash. the one night only special airs sunday night at 8:00 on
kpix5. san mateo police department became the latest to add police k-9s. the therapy pups are there to comfort and help officers and others who have experienced trauma and also help with community outreach. this summer as you see, the department added an 8 week old golden doodle. after a contest, the pup was named rookie. i like it. welcome to the force. it's a case that's rocked the bay area. this morning, the $10,000 push to catch a killer. you can get a covid booster no matter what risk category you are in. we are live with the timely announcement. harvest festival is back. we are live in san mateo. we'll talk to one artist and we'll tell you what you can expect especially if you are looking to get started on holiday shopping. let's take you outside
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