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destinatio a big blast of winter weather causing all kinds of problems as traveler head to their destination this week across the country. >> i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. all three bay area major airports are getting ready for the holiday rush. sfo, that paint, and plus san
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jose and oakland, this he are expecting an increase in traffic. and if you're planning on flying out, bad weather elsewhere could delay your plans. marly hall has more on the travel nightmare that could affect millions of americans. >> the storm is moving east. dropping snow in ohio. and a layer of ice on parts of western virginia. and holiday travelers are getting worried. >> it is going to be a very interesting week. >> reporter: according to aaa more than 43 million people will travel this thanksgiving. the bad weather already canceled hundreds of flights in the southwest. forecasters say air travel will be tricky along the east coast over the next few days. cbs news travel editor peter greenburg said to avoid delays, people flying need to try to leave early. >> some airlines are incentivizing by calling on the phone saying if you leave today, not tomorrow, we will give you a $50 bonus. get out now because it will get bad. >> reporter: most people will drive. big cities like pittsburgh are prepping streets ahead of the
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storm. some are choosing to get off the roadways and hit the rails. >> the railroad is a little bit more immune to some of the weather conditions that can make driving or flying or other modes of transportation a little built more of a hassle. >> reporter: forecasting conditions may improve just in time for an easier trip back home. marly hall, cbs news. >> the winter storm has blamed already for 11 deaths and lawrence karnow is following that system. what is the latest? >> it is some kind of storm. what bad timing with this system. as it is sliding now to the eastern seaboard. it looks like it will bring with it lots of heavy rainfall. and some freezing rain. and lots of snow on the backside of this system. it is working its way right along parts of the atlantic states there. and more to come. look at all of that snow that is now developing into western parts of new york and very heavy snow, and maybe upwards of a foot of snow there and more to come. and out of sfo, no delays to be reported today, just some high clouds outside and across the country, not looking at delays
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just yet. rain in atlanta and 46 degrees and sunny in denver and rain in houston and rain in new york. likely to see some snow. something to think about, too. the strong winds on the backside of the storm system, could cause some problems with the macy's day parade. that's the latest from here. back to you. one man remains in critical condition after a shooting that sent seven people to east bay hospitals. gunfire erupted in east oakland about 6:00 last night. police say two shooters sprayed bullets at a group of men at a birthday celebration near 96th avenue and olive. a woman in the area says she might have been killed if she hadn't ducked when she heard the shooting. >> i was trying to run back in the store. when i did that, i heard the gunshots and i hit the ground. and the bullet went straight through my pony tail. >> right through your hair? >> yeah. >> murders are significantly down this year. and so there is signs of progress, but obviously, stuff like this shows we still have work to do.
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>> oakland police are asking for help in solving the case. no word on suspects right now. or a possible motive. >> a growing san jose memorial for a 3-year-old boy hit and killed in a cross walk. but our report shows that it is one of three pedestrian deaths in the past couple of days. >> michelle, it hasn't been two days since the 3-year-old died at this intersection. when another fatal accident happened last night, bringing the total to 24 auto pedestrian fatalities in san jose for the year. >> a memorial is growing, and so is the statistics that put it here. >> it is high. and we are concerned. so we are asking drivers to drive cautiously and pedestrians when you're crossing the street to use caution. >> three deadly accidents involving people crossing the street in just two days. last night, a woman was killed crossing near monterey road and san jose avenue, when police say she was hit by a vehicle. the driver who hit her stayed and cooperated with investigators. >> the pedestrian appeared to
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be transient and was crossing the road in between the intersections. the driver of the vehicle did say she was wearing all dark clothing which made it very difficult to see her crossing the street. >> reporter: sunday night, a 15- year-old girl was killed near highland and white road after she was hit by a vehicle. san jose police say in both cases, the two victims were crossing the street, where they weren't supposed to. >> but that wasn't the case for little elijah. >> the little kid just died on the side of the road just crossing the street. it is wrong. >> reporter: the 3-year-old was in a stroller and in a cross walk. when he and two others were hit near washington elementary school. the little boy died. the two others are recovering. >> that is sad. i feel like it isn't right. it is hard. >> we don't know what is causing the rise in these auto/pedestrian fatality, but we are concerned. and we are going to be looking into that. >> now, traffic investigators are handling these incidents. as for the death of the 3-year-
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old, police say the driver and the pedestrian both had the green light, but the driver was supposed to yield to those crossing the street. reporting live in san jose, kpix5. an almeda county murder case has stopped authorities for decades but this morning they announced two new arrests in the cold case. relief today for family members of 43-year-old steven renger. and authorities announced the arrest of 58-year-old cheryl drays and 58-year-old william devinecini and they are believed to be the suspects responsible for stabbing wrecker to death. >> we look at every case. and things change as a matter of time. and things in 2013 weren't available to us in 2010. and in 1990. things like science changes. >> a motorist found the body near the entrance to a park.
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and happening today john f.kennedy in fremont will remember coach john webb, the 76-year-old died early saturday morning on interstate 680. chp says webb was actually trying to direct traffic after a crash when he was hit by another car there. and webb coached at the high school for over 40 years. coached the football team. and was considered an institution there. tonight, the memorial will be held on campus. it starts at 6:00. also today, san francisco supervisors taking on the issue of replacing parking meters in the city. sf matt wants 5,000 new meters and they want 10,000 more, and some supervisors though are afraid the additional meters will then replace free parking. last year, the city collected more than $53 million from parking meters. today's meeting starts at 2:00. the u.s. supreme court has agreed to settle a birth control health care dispute under the health care law. the issue, could religions use religious objectives to deny
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contraception coverage for employees. lower courts are divided on the matter. the justices will review two cases where companies withheld birth control coverage. president obama is in southern california, right now, wrapping up a three day west coast swing. his stops today include dream works animation in glenndale and a fundraiser at the los angeles home of marta kaufman, creator of the tv series "friends" and there is a stop in san francisco that was not completely friendly. >> what i would like to do -- >> no, no, let me finish. >> how about this. they don't need to go. >> an immigration activist heckled the president, during the speech yesterday. and hugh hong, a recent uc berkeley graduate is an undocumented immigrant from south korea and told kpix why he confronted the president. >> i cannot celebrate thanksgiving week with my family members because of my immigration status. i told him, please, use your
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executive authority to halt the petition for all undocumented immigrant family members across the country. >> hong said he did not consider it rude to interrupt the president's speech. it is a youtube video that millions have watched in just a week and now the oakland-based startup that created it is dealing with more than all that internet fame. it may be headed to outer co. kpix5 petty -- headed to court. kpix 5 reports it is an issue between the bay area company and beastie boys. >> a charming youtube video that sells toys. and takes on gender stereotypes and the company is taking on its first real opponent which happens to be boy, the beastie boys. >> the oakland based startup goldy blox rewrote "girls" changing lyrics to girls not doing the dishes and laundry and then coding and building
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space ships. and as creative as it is, make no mistake, your video is an advertisement that is designed to sell a product. when we tried to simply ask how and why our song "girls" had been used in your ad without permission. you sued us. the complaint states that because the lyrics poke fun at the original song, it is a parody, making it fair use. >> i think it is ultimately unlikely to be considered a fair use. >> copyright law expert charlie ochoa says the court may not rule in goldy blox favor because the video is an ad. >> we will look to see, this is something where they could have gotten a license from the copyright owner to use the music and/or to use the music with altered lyrics. in order to make their point. >> betty nu, kpix 5. >> the beastie boys letter also says the band members made a conscious decision not to use their music to sell products. we did reach out to goldy blox. the company was not available
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for comment. a major breakdown today, in the troop withdrawal agreement between the u.s. and afghanistan. what that could mean for american soldiers deployed to the area. >> this is to me one of the dirtiest dark secrets of hollywood. >> the hollywood reporter blowing the whistle on what animal rights groups are calling a very serious problem. it is plaguing the movie industry. and has for years. coming up. ,,,,,,
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about at least 10 haitian migrants were killed overnight and these grainy photos show about 100 more clinging to the hole of a capsized boat near the bahamas. the overcrowded 40-foot boat hit ground, and then flipped over, throwing dozens into the water. and the u.s. coast guard and
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royal bohemian defense force worked together in the rescue. it is not clear whether the mig grants were headed to the bahamas or the u.s. hollywood defending itself against allegations of animal cruelty. according to the hollywood reporter, the american humane association guaranteed that animals were not harmed during filming is not always credible. for example, this tiger nearly drowned on the set. that came directly from an animal monitor on the set. and peter jackson's, the hob it, is also accused of mistreating some animals. >> this is to me, one of the dirty dark secrets of hollywood. by not reporting these incidents, by deciding on their own that they can deal with it internally, and not bringing it to law enforcement, they're complicit in this. >> makers of the life of pie and the hobbit deny the alices and the american humane association says it has a safety record of 99.98% on its movie sets. the afghan president seems to be backing out of a tentative security agreement, reached between the u.s. and
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afghanistan. he is bringing new demands the table. as cbs reporter alfonso van marsh report, the turn of events could affect the withdrawal of u.s. troops in afghanistan. >> afghan president hamid karzai is refusing to sign a security agreement that would keep about 8,000 troops in afghanistan after the official pullout next year. he told the u.s. national security advisor susan rice that the u.s. must stop the u.s. military raids on afghan homes and show more support for peace talk with the taliban. rice met with karzai on monday. >> if the agreement is not signed properly, what i said to the president we would have no choice, we would be compelled by necessity, not by preference, to have to begin to plan for the prospect that woe will not be able to keep our troops there. >> reporter: some afghans oppose the plan, saying the country doesn't need america's help in fighting the taliban. karzai is going against the
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grand council's elders who talked about the deal last week. and postponing the agreement politicians say will cause more instability. >> this is not what we want tore the nation. >> karzai says the agreement can wait until after april when he is out of office. the two-term president is wary as being perceived as giving in to the u.s. >> the president karzai blames the u.s. for the collapse of the peace talks last year in qatar and demanding the release of 17 afghan prisoners at guantanamo bay. and stocks edged higher today after the government reported a strong uptick in home building last month and with thanksgiving this week, trade is expected to be light but the dow is looking pretty good up 42 points. another day of trading tomorrow. macy's thanksgiving day parade may be without its big balloons come thursday morning. the forecasters say that the pre-winter storm threatening to bring a lot of wind and snow and icy conditions to new york and other parts of the east
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coast, such conditions could be too dangerous for the balloons on the trade route. uncle sam, kermit and company, and emergency officials will make the call based on actual conditions come thanksgiving day morning but you can't have the parade without the balloons for crying out loud. >> kung fu panda with 30 to 40 mile-an-hour gusts? he would end up in new jersey. >> and around the bay area, we are looking at a mixture of sunshine and a few clouds outside. looking like a very nice afternoon. as high pressure is starting to break down a little bit. but still leaving plenty of sunshine behind and some dry weather. out the door we go. the temperatures, starting to warm up nicely now. and 61 degrees in livermore. 10 degrees cooler in san francisco. 51. and 60 in san jose. throughout the afternoon, we will continue to see more of the clouds. and a mixture of sunshine. some mild temperature, and then tonight, a lot of clouds going to be moving overhead. not as cold and it looks like some changes for thanksgiving. in fact there is a slight chance we could see some showers. high pressure beginning to
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nudge its way eastward and a couple of weak weather systems working its way toward the bay area and the first one bringing the high clouds and the next one behind that, the cutoff low. and that's where would could squeeze in a couple of scattered showers. it looks like it will stay dry through tomorrow. a busy travel day and a dry one outside. not a bad day to get out if you can. 67 degrees and sunny in fresno. and 63 degrees in the monterey bay. and 63 degrees in sacramento. and i think around our bay, we will see a lot of clouds, continuing to stream across our skies, and the computer model showing you on and off throughout the afternoon and more of the clouds tonight. not a cold night. tomorrow, it looks wike we like we have more clouds. and then on thursday, the cutoff low will spin up the coastline with a couple of scattered light showers. it doesn't look to heavy but on thanksgiving day we could see a couple of raindrops. >> the temperatures mainly in the 60s outside. a little bit cooler out to the coastline but still a nice afternoon. and then tomorrow, going to be very similar. maybe a couple more clouds coming our way and a slight
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chance of showers, into thursday and a return to dry weather as we head to friday and saturday and a much warmer weekend. and by the way, sunset time tonight, 4:52 and sunrise tomorrow, 7:03. a chance of scattered showers and a lot of people traveling tomorrow and i think it will be nice and dry. >> by the way, that is good. >> thanks, lawrence. >> thank you. coming up, it is considered an in valuable piece of american history. why this rare book is expected to sell for more than 10 million bucks. coming up. >> and kpix5 is looking for a veterinarian to appear on tv. to nominate a vet you know, just e-mail pets @ kpix .com and we will narrow down the top five and let you vote on our pet expert. ,,,,,,
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"the bay psalm book" was translated fro book lovers, you have a rare opportunity to own the first book pribted in-- pribted in america. the baseball book was translated from hebrew and published in 1640. it was done by the puritans out of the massachusetts bay, colony. one of the remaining copies will be auctioned by soth by's in new york. and the estimated value 15 to $30 million. >> if they only knew back then what they were making. >> right. tony and stephie are cooking up turkey, bolognese. >> i love the smell of basil. >> i thought you were eating. >> i could try a little piece of fresh basil once in a while. it is good for you. gives you clean breath, i hear. >> and it does. >> and we browned the turkey a little bit. sauteed it with white onions.
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>> once it was brown, we put in the tomato paste. the tomato paste covers everything and then add the sauce and then 5-10 minutes, it comes together and it reduces down. >> we will add some cheese here. >> when you add cheese, a little bit of pasta water because the cheese will take out any moisture. >> nice and spicy with a lot of red pepper. >> go ahead. >> is that all right? >> perfect. >> regular pepper and a touch of oregano. >> put that on top. and this is what we meant with the color. isn't that beautiful? >> one more scoop. and now we will finish this sauce. >> with a doll lop of cresh ricotta. >> almost done. >> no we're not. >> there we do. >> bye, everybody. >> time to eat. >> -- there we go. >> bye, everybody. >> time to eat. >> are you hungry? i am. and how much would you pay for your favorite athlete and why derek jeter is auctions himself off for nearly nine
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turkey. but there you see what it is something you will probably do before you serve up that thanksgiving turkey. but there is a hidden danger of washing the bird. wait until you see what happens when you turn off the lights. that story and much more coming
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up tonight. at 5:00. and finally you can hang with the yankees captain derek jeter for a day but you got to have $90,000 to do it. >> that's the opening bid. he is trying to raise money for the foundation which supports healthy lifestyles for low income youth and the highest bidder gets to spend time with jeter but gets an autographed glove and watch the game in his suite. >> that's going to do it. have a great afternoon. ,,
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>> hope: oh, aly, just right there on the table is perfect. thanks. >> thorne: the place is looking great. >> eric: like old times, huh? >> thorne: happy, mother? >> eric: she'll be here tomorrow. you can be sure of that. >> rick: all right! we're here on duty! put us to work! >> hope: no, no, no. you are the guests of honor. you relax. >> rick: tomorrow, not tonight. >> caroline: um, i don't mind being the guest of honor tonight. >> hope: good! now teach your fiancé how it's done. >> rick: all right, all right, all right, all right. >> caroline: thank you for this. >> hope: oh, of course. and thank rick for finally making an honest woman out of

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