tv Today in the Bay NBC September 8, 2015 5:00am-6:01am PDT
i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm sam brock. we start with a look at your weather and we thought the dog days of summer were over, kari, but definitely not right now. >> no it's going to be hot for the next few days and temperatures continue to ramp up today. it is now 57 degrees in the north bay and the peninsula is at 60 degrees. after a cool start this is where we're headed today. 101 south bay, east bay 96, peninsula 94, 103 tri-valley, san francisco 96 and the north bay 98 degrees. mike is track ago bart problem right now. that's right. we thought we had everything run nothing service as the transbay tube opened this morning. now bart just givesorelays system wide, that's all they say, we're getting more details from them but there may be an issue with the transbay tube, stick with us and college that bart schedule because things are changing second by second. if you are choose to go drive we're looking at a backup over on the right for those cash lanes over at the bay bridge. no issues on the approach.
bart now reporting a major delay system wide, we are still getting more detail on that. the latest i can tell it's possibly due reopening and first service through that transbay tube. we're getting more issues on that. a build just starting for the tri-valley. breaking news now, shattered glass and shell casings, a san francisco bus stop the scene of an overnight shooting in the city that sent two people to the hospital. >> that was one of just two overnight shootings in san francisco. it happened at the bus stop on the corner of 24th and mission streets. hours earlier someone was shot near the corner of fulsome and cesar chavez. >> "today in the bay" stephanie chuang live in san francisco this morning. do we know if there is a connection between the two shootings? >> reporter: nothing solid. police are working on that. we do know they were close in time and place. a few blocks and three hours apart from one another. the most recent run happened around midnight, right by the 24th street bart station, police
say they're looking for two people responsible for shooting two men waiting at a bus stop on that corner. investigators say the intended target was a man in his 20s, shot in his groin area, while an older man in his 50s shot in the chest was likely shot by accident. san francisco police canvassed the area marking the evidence and examining two cars that were also struck by bullets. what is critical here in the investigation is the security camera footage. there are at least three cameras in the area that belong to muni, bart, as well as the city and investigators are hoping they will show what unfolded and who is behind that shooting. the first shooting had happened just around 9:00 last night, a few blocks away in front of a home. that victim was sent to san francisco general hospital. the good news in awful this is all three victims in both shootings are expected to survive. live in our san francisco newsroom, stephanie chuang, "today in the bay." now to a developing story n just a few hours the coast guard
will head back out to look for wouter van lier. he has not been seen in more than 24 hours. >> investigators say that he was camping with his wife on angel island near tiburon and then disappeared. chuck coppola live in tiburon. >> reporter: not exactly dressed for the elements, boxers and a t-shirt. the missing man, wouter van lier is the founder of can deed consultancy in san francisco. he is 42 years old, he is 6 feet tall, weighs 190 pounds, has brown hair and blue eyes. he, his wife and two friends were camping, reportedly on a leased boat docked on angel island. he was last seen headed toward a restroom on the docks around 1:00 a.m. sunday morning. >> he was last seen at about 1:00 in the morning on his boat where he was spending the night with his wife and two friends. did he a limited underwater search with his boat a parked at
the dock and no trace of him so far. >> reporter: search dogs were brought in and will resume searching this morning along with search teams from marin, couldn't costa and san mateo counties as well as the coast guard. reporting live in tiburon, i'm chuck coppola, "today in the bay." it is 5:04. it will likely be a rough start to the school year for students at paens la skoochlt their counsellor was killed in a weekend boating accident. michael harris just started a new job at menlo school as a counselor. he was with his girlfriend and three other people when their small boat was hit by another boat on the water near catalina island sunday. their father, peter harris, is well known in the bay area, he is a former 49ers ceo and was a fixture at member low school. michael harris' brother david said michael wanted to give back to the community. >> i think he understood that his calling was in helping people who he could identify with growing into stronger leaders and stronger people. >> michael and both of his
brothers attended menlo school. three south bay correctional deputies charged with the death of an inmate are going to face a judge for the first time later today. >> "today in the bay's" kris sanchez joins us in the studio. kris, any chance we will hear from them today? >> reporter: today is the day that they would have the first chance to say how they plead to the charges against them. they include murder, conspiracy and assault under the color of law enforcement. now, usually lawyers and judges do most of the talking at an arraignment, but we also get our first look at the charging documents which often include some of the details of the alleged crime. the three correctional deputies, matthew farris, jereh lubrin and rafael rodriguez have been behind bars since their arrest on thursday. they are accused of beating a 31-year-old inmate to death in his cell on the sixth floor of the main santa clara county jail. michael tyree had already served his sentence and was in protective custody there while waiting for a spot to open up in a mental health facility. now, while sheriff laurie smith
professed sorrow, disappointment and disgust one of the correctional deputies on the right-hand side of your screen, rafael rodriguez, professed his innocence from behind bars. he spoke with a mercury news reporter from the santa rita jail in dublin saying he never touched michael tyree and that he was only in tyree's cell for saerch. now, a day after the arrest people rallied outside the jail where tyree died and where the three deputies worked to demand that the district attorney prosecute the trio to the fullest extent of the law. today at the arraignment is also the time when the judge could set up terms of release. the three men have been behind bars since their arrest. outside the santa clara county where they worked for their own protection. we have filed paperwork to have cameras inside that courtroom for that hearing. we will learn later today whether that will be allowed. sam and laura. >> thank you very much. a bay area woman is reportedly set to receive almost a half million dollars in a wrongful arrest lawsuit. service police pulled her over at gunpoint back in 2009 when a
license plate reader misidentified her car. they treated her as a high risk felony suspect. the city examiner is suing -- excuse me, the examiner cite city documents indicating a $495,000 settlement still in the works in that case. the woman who ditched police, jumped off the bay bridge then hitched a ride home is now under arrest. erlynn sanchez-edwards was arrested in oakland. police say she crashed a stolen car on the bridge last month. officers say she tried to get away by jumping off the bridge, sanchez-edwards then swam to shore, went back to the bridge and apparently hitched a ride home. police believe she was i intoxicated at the time. she is facing several charges. a look at your weather. we kind of know what's in store, it's going to be sweltering. >> another hot day across the bay. as you head out the door now it is comfortable, in the lower 60s
across the bay, but here is a look at those highs this afternoon, the ac will be cranked all the way up. 98 degrees in san jose and 98 in palo alto, soma 96 degrees, even in san francisco we are talk being 90s here and over 100 degrees for the north bay, ukiah 105, brit wood 104 and liver wood 103 degrees. this heat lasts for a while. a little bit longer than just the workweek. i will show you that coming up in the full microclimate forecast. let's see how the roads are moving. >> the roads are doing all right it's the railings we are concerned with, behind me there's the oakland coliseum bart station. as we get back to the map we're talking about the system wide delay reported by bart, major system wide delay. turns out it's standard procedure that they run the trains slowly once they've reopened the track in this case it's the transbay tube under the bay. that's what the major delay is for. they have to run those trains a
little smoother, once the all clear is given we expect that delay to recover. within the hour should be no major issue. so far they have net yet to give us the all clear. everything else is moving smoothly. the south bay, peninsula and the southbound 101 sneer san rafael, no delays. coming up, hundreds ever thousands of people hit hard by the recession getting a chance. plus how does a $50 tablet computer sound? not from apple, either. plus we have got more than a year to go but presidential hopefuls are campaigning like the election is right around the corner. and their latest stops include some strategic spending. the picnics and parades are over
-- and now - prside decision 2016, the picnics and parades are over, now presidential candidates getting down to business. still a lot of story lines yet to emerge, like will vice president joe biden run. >> that's a pretty big shoe that can drop. who can challenge donald trump and how is carly fiorina going to fair? tracie potts is live in washington, d.c. tracie, candidates focusing on two key areas today. >> reporter: exactly. you mentioned fiorina she is out in the big leagues now with the best of them at a number of labor day events in new hampshire yesterday. as for joe biden we don't know what his decision is yet but we do know if he decides to jump in this race he has a pretty good
head start. >> you need to run. >> thank you. >> vice president joe biden in pittsburgh, a uniontown leaving no question what kind of democrat he is. >> organize, or nice, organize. >> in iowa hillary clinton is working hard to hold on to her lead, talk being raising the minimum wage for workers who earn tips. >> that is a recipe for exploitation particularly of women and we're going to end that form of wage theft. >> reporter: in new hampshire bernie sanders who is overtaking clinton's lead there was the star of the milford parade, his focus, money. >> to create an economy that works equally. >> reporter: republicans swarmed new hampshire down playing political parties. >> whether we are republicans, democrats, or independence together the world needs america. >> reporter: but even here. >> i love joe biden, he is a good man. >> reporter: everyone is wondering will joe run. let me tell you why we said that he may have a head start.
in our new nbc poll in iowa if the election were to be held today, joe biden would beat donald trump in iowa by 5 percentage points. hillary clinton would lose to trump by four. >> so interesting to see how it's all go to play out. i wish we had a crystal ball. it's 5:14. lawmakers are returning to capitol hill after the month long summer recess and critical issues will be up for debate. the government runs out of money on september 30th. also needing to be resolved, half a billion dollars going to planned patient hood. congress must vote this month on whether to approve or reject the controversial iran nuclear agreement. the republican controlled congress is likely to pass motions disapproving the deal, though president obama appears to have enough support to veto. microsoft going to court. they are going to try to convince a judge that data stored overseas is not subject to american law. >> it's part of microsoft's efforts to protect your data from prying eyes.
>> technology companies were caught badly off guard by some of the revelations from edward snowden and others showing how much the government does happen tap into your every day court and they are showing up in court more often saying no. microsoft says the u.s. government cannot ask for e-mails that microsoft stores in ireland because the u.s. government has no jurisdiction there. law enforcement ought to go to irish courts. now, the data that police are looking for relates to drug sales and the individual e-mail questioner has not been identified. he might be a bad guy but microsoft says in this search warrant that's not relevant. what relevant is those e-mails are on an irish server in ireland. microsoft lost the first case, this is an appeal this week. one is thinking of the server as a file cabinet, the file cabinet is in ireland not subject to american laws or is e-mail more like an electronic record and
then the u.s. government can demand companies turn over their records with a warrant. amazon reportedly going to release a $50 tablet in time for christmas, something you can use for e-mail or watch amazon movies and buy stuff from amazon. apple going to go the other way reportedly showing off an enormous ipad is that may cost as much as as a macbook. let's get a check at your markets before the bell. landon dowdy is live at cnbc world headquarters. good morning. >> yes, first day of business and wall street will look to recover some of the ground lost last week. futures point to a slightly higher open. the do you and nasdaq suffering their second worst week of the year. look for data on inflation, u.s. exports and the consumer. the dow falling 273 points friday to 16,102. the nasdaq losing 49 to 4684. scott, back over to you. >> all right. thank you much.
sam, more business news coming up in 45 minutes. i'm curious also the ipad you mentioned, how big do ipads get before they become -- >> they just got done making it smaller. they are like you are probably tired of a smaller one. >> thank you. they are back, speaking of which a lot of americans who lost their homes seven years ago during the real estate bust are returning to the market. they are being called boom err range buyers back and forth and experts say they are going to be an important part of the real estate markets in the years to come. 7.5 million homeowners went through foreclosure or short sales during the bust. 700,000 of them now have the potential to get a mortgage again. all right. what about the college students? they love to eat. remember the freshman 15? what do they order the most compared to people who are not in school? this video is giving it away. i thought pizza, but, no, it's grow zen yogurt.
scrub hub found college students are 162% more likely to order frozen yogurt than everyone else, waffle fries are second on the list. >> that was grub hub. >> you better have it quickly delivered i would think, especially in the days coming. >> froyo sounds good, especially when it's sizzling outside. you may want to head to the nearest shop and get some nice cool ice cream, frozen yogurt. as we take a live look out at the bay bridge, look at that, it is nice and clear and after yesterday's heat it is coming down. we will start out with some cool and clear conditions this morning and then it warms up once again. let's take a look at all of the temperatures now. 57 degrees in the north bay, 61 degrees in the south bay, a high of 96 degrees today in the east bay and tri-valley up to 103. 96 in san francisco, the north bay 98 degrees and 101 today in
the south bay. a heat advisory is in effect. that will be effective from 11:00 until 7:00 this afternoon and during the hottest times of the day you want to make sure you drink lots of water. heat-related illnesses will be possible. you want to drink plenty of fluids and try to take air conditioned breaks if you can, especially if you work outside. not much of a wind today to help us out, either, and it is going to be blowing offshore for most of the day and then later on this evening it will allow us to cool down once again as it turns on shore. this hot weather lasts through the rest of the week but then some changes this weekend. we will see the on-shore flow return, a sea breeze, cooling temperatures and clouds, but unfortunately the humidity may be going up. we see the temperatures dropping, but not by much. especially after having a week with highs over 100 degrees, 98 degrees really isn't that much cooler especially in the tri-valley, 93 degrees on sunday.
in san francisco comes back down into the mid 70s by the end of the weekend. now mike is tracking some commute problems. we had some earlier delays through the dublin interchange but now it seems things are moving smoother near. 580 westbound. as we look at your map there is a slower drive for pleasanton down in toward livermore. we're spreading things out now towards 680. there may have been a crew or something going on, but everything seems to be sort tgself out, back to a typical tuesday build which should start kick nothing over at the bay bridge in the next few minutes. so far nothing unusual there. as we look at the rest of the area toward 880 and the coliseum a smooth drive, but at the coliseum station folks might be waiting a little extra for the bart. quick look at fremont, we will show you that volume of traffic starting to ease up a tad bit r bit southbound. no time to wait no time to spare. bay area firefighters ditch their broken down rig when they
booted off a group of african american women for laughing too when the napa valley wine train asked a group of african-american women to leave for laughing too loudly it out ranged a lot of people. this morning another tour group is offering a wine country trip and you can laugh as loudly as you want. on september 26 the bay area's mexican bus is going to become the wine soul train. it will stop at african-american
and latino-owned wineries specifically. >> wait a minute. now are they saying mexicans allowed and rowdy? 5:23. coming to the rescue if not by fire truck then by foot. that's what three east bay firefighters resorted to save a life. firefighters from brentwood station 52 had their rig break down, when they heard a call for help over the radio they knew they couldn't wait for a backup truck to arrive. they grabbed 40 pounds of gear and ran a quarter mile to help a person in cardiac arrest. >> we just happened to be in the area baek of the break down and decided to lend our assistance. >> it was something we did because we could help. >> while three firefighters gave the victim cpr an ambulance arrived to help. the patient was taken to a nearby hospital. here is something that will cheer you up or maybe bring you back down. as if giants fans weren't a little grumpy right now about seeing their team's hopes for the post season fade, they got
one more grumpy reminder yesterday, but you have to smile when you see that face. that's grumpy cat who flew out the first pitch ahead of the giants game at arizona. the world's best earning if not most sfa mouse cat got some help at the mound. the cat also god a diamondbacks jersey. the giants hole got deeper when they lost this game 6-1. it's "the jinx" of grumpy cat. certainly enough to start the week out on a grumpy note. >> he is smaller than i thought. coming up, an update to breaking news. a wave of violence in san francisco overnight with multiple shootings just blocks apart. now investigators think one of the victims was just an innocent bystander. and in court and accused of murder, three south bay correctional deputies face charges as protests continue over the death of an inmate. and a warm upcoming up across the bay area. now is your coolest point of the day no doubt. want to check in with kari hall
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=laura/2shot= and i'm laura garcia ca good morning on this tuesday. i'm sam brock. >> and i'm laura garcia-cannon. it's going to be a warm one this week. want to check in with meteorologist kari hall. summer is hanging on, kari. >> it will stay around for quite a while. i don't see much of a break as we take at this forecast. it is nice and cool at least to start the morning. it is 64 degrees in san francisco and the peninsula is
60 degrees, highs today in the north bay up to 98, 96 in san francisco, 96 in the east bay, peninsula 94, as you can see it will just be hot everywhere. i will talk more about that and a look at the weekend forecast coming up in a few minutes. let's check in with mike. hello, bay bridge toll plaza. this tuesday backup is starting in earnest for those cash lanes. we're look at a possible delay for the bart system. right now bart is reporting a major delay system wide as we look at your map the reason being once they put that transbay tube back in service they had to run trains slower in the area just to make sure everything was okay. that's standard procedure. we still have not gotten the all clear as far as that system and timing goes. we are looking at a slower ride across that tube and under the bay. a smooth drive for everywhere else on the roadways throughout the south bay. northbound 101 shot for san jose right around hill yer reports that someone dropped a propane tank in lanes. you certainly don't want to hit
that. i'm sure chp will get that cleared quickly. breaking news, a bus stop blast wdbj bullets overnight. now two people are injured and investigators say one of them just an innocent bi stander >> it was one of those two overnight shootings within blocks of each other in san francisco. latest happened at the bus stop on the corner of 24th and mission streets, hours earlier someone was shot near the corner of fulsome and cesar chavez. >> stephanie chuang joining us live. you mentioned earlier that there were a lot of cameras in the area. >> reporter: at this point police only know that these two shootings happened very close in both time and place. we do know the shooters are on the run for both shootings and investigators are saying they do have camera footage that they're looking at hopefully to track down these people who are responsible. the most recent one happened around midnight right by the 24th street bart station. police say two people planned to target at least one of the two
victims who were standing near the bus stop on that corner, a man in his 20s who was shot in the groin area. investigators say the other victim a man in his 50s who was shot in the chest was likely just in the wrong place at the wrong time. san francisco police spent hours marking evidence, talking to people and exam sning two cars hit by bullets. what investigators are leaning on is footage from security cameras owned by the city, muni and bart. they may have captured the double shooting and help police piece together what happened and who is behind t this was about half a mile and just three hours after the first shooting last night that happened on the 1400 block of treat avenue and that happened in front of a home sending one victim to san francisco general hospital. the good news in awful this is all three victims from both of shootings are expected to survive. live in our san francisco newsroom, stephanie chuang, "today in the bay." thank you very much. meantime a shooter on the run in cupertino this morning. deputies say a man was shot in the leg around 9:30 last night
near bond err licks drive and tuggle avenue. it's not too mar from mini eye school. the gunman took off. the gunman still has not been find. police are trying to figure out what led to a late night stabbing near the santa cruz beach boardwalk. two people were stabbed but we're told both should be okay. the stabbing happened on beach street yesterday. police closed off part of the boardwalk for the investigation. all this happened during one of the busiest days of the year at the boardwalk. labor day. so far no one has been arrested. now to a tense ending for the labor day holiday. wouter van lier vanished more than 24 hours ago. investigators say he was camping with his wife on angel island when he just disappeared. "today in the bay" chuck coppola live near angel island. the search will resume with the light of day? >> reporter: that's right and
will involve several search and rescue teams around the bay area. the missing man, wouter van lier of san francisco was spending the labor day weekend camping aboard a leased boat on angel island with his wife and two friends. search teams with dogs have been unable to find van lier since yesterday morning. he was last seen heading toward a restroom, that was around 1:00 a.m. sunday and the search will pick up again this morning. >> cadaver dogs on boats looking for him in the water. >> reporter: van lier is 42 years old, he is 6 feet tall, weighing 190 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. search teams from san mateo, marin and contra costa counties will assist the coast guard in the search this morning. reporting live in tiburon, i'm chuck coppola, "today in the bay." new details on an overnight brush fire that made it harder for people to get back to the
bay area from santa cruz. that fire started just after 10:00 last night off highway 17 right near summit road. the northbound lanes were temporarily shut down so fire trucks could get to awful those flames. after an hour crews managed to put it out. that fire burned half an acre. traffic is slowly smoothly. three south bay correctional deputies accused in the death of a mentally ill inmate will hear the charges against them today. >> a lot of attention and the reactions and ex weres. "today in the bay" kris sanchez joining us with how they fwhoe whether they will plead guilty or not guilty. >> reporter: we expect that they will plead not guilty as the judge reads those charges against them, charges that include murder, assaults under the color of authority and conspiracy. also at an arraignment hearing like the one today we usually get our first look at the charging documents which sometimes include more details of the alleged crime. the three correctional deputies, matthew farris, jereh lubrin and
rafael rodriguez have been behind bars since their arrest thursday. they are accused of beating a inmate to death in the santa clara county jail. michael tyree had already served his sentence and was just in protective custody while awaiting for a spot to open up in a mental health facility. sheriff laurie smith expressed sorrow, disappointment and disgust at the alleged crime, but one of the deputies, rafael rodriguez is professes his innocence from behind bars. he spoke to the mercury news in dublin saying that he never touched michael tyree and that he was only in tyree's cell to conduct a search. now, a day after the arrest people rallied outside the jail where tyree died and where the three correctional deputies worked to demand that the district attorney prosecute that trio to the fullest extent of the law. today the judge could also set up terms for release of the three. the three men have been behind bars since their arrest outside the santa clara county jail, though, where they worked and that is for their own protection. we have filed the paperwork to
have cameras in there so you can see them for yourself in their first court appearance. we will know later today whether the cameras will be allowed. either way, we will be there. laura. >> and also today the santa clara county bort of supervisors will hold a special meeting to discuss the legal ramification of michael tyree's death. that leegt will take place behind closed doors. it is likely the county will face some kind of lawsuit in connection with the inmate's death. the fate of two teens accused of murdering a paramedic in the oakland hills goes to a jury later today. jurors are expected to begin deliberations in the trial. both are accused of killing quinn boyer near his father's home more than two years ago. pros durts say it was part of a crime spree by a group of teens that included carjackings, robbery and two shootings. at 5:36 we move on to decision 2016. it's coming to san francisco today. republican presidential candidate ben carson will speak at the commonwealth club.
cars season a retired neurosurgeon who spent his year at johns hopkins hospital gaining notoriety for successfully separating conjoined twins joined at the head. cars season currently second in the republican party polls though he trails donald trump by double digits. he will speak today at noon. you might say it's a political issue here, san francisco city leaders taking step to ease the housing cries. mayor ed lee is going to announce a flu affordable housing initiative later this morning. skyrocketing rents and new construction in places like the mission are forcing so many families out of the city. housing advocates have made many calls for the city to increase the amount of affordable housing options for low and middle income families. the end of burning man means the beginning of longer lines at the car wash. there are pretty deucy cars here. people returning from the desert party in cars covered in dirt and mud and vis inside and out.
workers are calling them ghost cars. it costs $100 for a burning man cleanup. that apparently is the going rate, that is compared to the regular $30 to $40. the car wash has more staff on duty this week to try to keep things moving. >> we will see about 500 burning man cars over the next week. >> it's a lovely reminder, you know, six months from now suddenly you will see a little bit of dust and be like, what? how is this still here? >> just a little reminder of where i was. the burners say no matter how much you scrub and rinse that dust feeling just never goes away. >> i would imagine allergies as well to go with it. memories of burning man. a safe week to wash your car. >> yes, it is. pretty sure there is no rain on the way here. >> no rain for quite a while. i was wondering why the line was so long at the car wash yesterday. that's why. okay. a heat advisory in effect today. it is going to be sizzling once again. all of the areas shaded in
orange, that's where the heat advisories are. this is where we're headed today. 100 guess degs in los gatos, burlingame 97, inner richmond and san francisco 92, 98 napa, brentwood 104 and livermore 103 degrees today. unfortunately we are not going to shake this heat anytime soon. looks like it continues through at least the workweek. i will show you the weekend forecast, it's coming newspaper a few minutes. let's check in with mike for that morning commute. it's tuesday and the day after a holiday for many folks, they're getting back to work in full force at the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights are on. look at your map, not anything major coming offer of the maze or down the east shore freeway but a good volume of traffic over that bay bridge. some of that volume may be addsed because of delays reported for the bart system right now, still waiting on that all clear as they run those first trains underneath the bay through the transbay tube and along the entire stretch where they did that weekend work. they're running slower, that's the reason for system wide
delays. looking at a smooth drive including past oakland and the coliseum. we do have a disabled vehicle west 580, watch for that distraction between castro valley. i want to take you back and show you the oakland camera. just a couple of minutes ago i did see a train come through the area, there was one scheduled for 5:25. i saw it at 5:5:35. 5:40. we will get a better idea today if san francisco streets are becoming safer for cyclists and pedestrians. a little more than a year ago police and the mta launched a safe street pilot program. it's part of the city's vision zero plan to end all deadly traffic accidents. safe streets is trying to improve public safety mainly through education. today program leaders will update the chamber of commerce on that how that progress is coming along. >> been doing that piecemeal. coming up next, one of the
greatest bay area mysteries solve and bird is the word. plus wall street back to work after a three-day weekend. boy, was it rough last week. a little better this week. we will take a look coming jup gone and not forgotten, offensive graffiti has been painted over but some in san francisco say the problem still there.
a trip to help those in need - turned tragic for an american teac a trip to help those in need turned tragic for an american teacher. 27-year-old dal i can't y a.j. illa was in nap pal when she was beaten to death and dumped in a river. this is a facebook memorial page dedicated to her. she was reportedly killed by another teach who are she met through a couch surfing website. police believe the motive behind the murder was purely money. her body has not yet been found. the anti-chinese graffiti in san francisco is gone but not forgotten for the residents of portola district. they painted over the hateful words that said no more chinese. the same words were found in five different locations in the same neighborhood. tommy luk lives a krot the street from the playground where the words appeared.
>> if somebody isn't used to it they shouldn't be in the neighborhood. >> today crews will put up the finishing touches at a cover up paint. at each location the words and letters were the same suggesting the same person or group was responsible. police hope surveillance video will help them catch the vandals. the american dentist who killed cecil the lion is back at work this morning. walter palmer returned to his dental practice? suburban minneapolis. he passed through a throng of media not surprisingly without saying a word on his way to work. he is essentially been in hiding since hunting and killing cecil the lion back in july. the protected animal's death sparked international outraj with palmer receiving death threats. he still believes that the hunt was legal. several zim bab want officials wants him expedited. a california squirrel found dead near lake tahoe reportedly tested pos sieve for the playing. the squirrel's body was found back in august but the test
results just koim back last week. humans can get the disease if they're bitten by an infected animal or its flees. california department of public health is also investigating two recent cases of human plague. the west nile virus is a persistent problem in the u.s. but it's not growing. the centers for disease control says about the same number of west nile cases are reported each year. it is the most common mosquito born illness in the u.s. human cases have only been reported in santa clara and solano counties so far one person in california has died of west nile but experts say less than 1% of west nile patients ever develop a serious illness. mystery solved in the east bay. a man admitting a way ward celebrity chick season his. we're talking about chip the can chicken who tried to cross the busy road at the bay bridge toll plaza before being scooped up by
chp officers. oakland contractor ken houston says chip was one of two hens he was dough may get to an edible school yard in east oakland. he stopped to check at a project near the toll plaza while in transit and somehow the birds got loose. the other hen still miss nothing action. houston says he has the documentation, he plans to pick up the bird this week and deliver it to the school where they promise chip will not fly the coop. i don't know. did you just have him in the back seat? so chip's sister is mia. wall street and investors back to work this morning after a three-day weekend. >> scott mcgrew for weeks, months we've been wondering what the fed will do about the interest rates. >> the fed starts its next interest rate meeting next wednesday, we're hoping friday's job numbers would give us clarity into what the federal open markets committee would do except we got kind of muddy numbers. unemployment rate fell to 5.1%, that's good, the number of new
jobs not as much as hoped, that's not as good. the feds can look at employment and the risk of inflation when deciding whether to hike rates, 5.1 falls right in the fed definition of natural unemployment, just the right amount of unemployment in a healthy economy, the right amount unless you are one of the unemployed. we're watching that will happen to jobs at good technology, a security company in sunnyvale has been purchased by blackberry. $425 million, significantly less than early investors had hoped, but it's still an exit. and necessary this morning says it has fix add problem that prevented people from changing the temperature on their thermostats remotely. you can still change it by walking up and twirling the dial. as we become more and more digital we are going to run into more and more problems where something that used to be incredibly simple becomes impossible because the computer won't allow it. >> you just get up and change
it. >> right. old school. >> old school mechanics. >> a long time you had to get up to change a channel on the tv. >> and put more coal in the furnace. scientists say that they know why smart phones negatively affect children's sleep. new research suggests that the light from the phone may lower sleep hormone levels in children. the effect was strongest in kids entering puberty. they had up to a 37% drop in melatonin when ex polesed to one hour of light before bed. experts say that the study does not prove that light causes adolescents to get less sleep, but it may affect sleep rhythms and keep kids up later. changes coming to the evening commute on the golden gate bridge. a live look at the beautiful bridge this morning. everything normal now. that will stay that way through the morning commute, but come this afternoon drivers head frd san frak(co to marin county will have an extra lane. the skpra lane will be added from 4:00 to 6:00 in the evening when the northbound commute is the heaviest. that equals four northbound
lanes two, southbound lanes. the lane allotment for the morning commute will stay the same. there's one transportation improvement that's going on. a san francisco supervisor says transportation on the whole in the city is pretty good but he has a plan to make it better. scott wiener wants to increase subway infrastructure city wide. he plans to talk to t the boardf supervisors later today that would allow the city to come up with a master plan for increasing subway infrastructure within a year. he says a better subway city will help the city deal with what he calls unprecedented growth. >> i don't know if we are going to break any records but it's going to be hot. >> we will be close to those records, i don't know if we will break them area wide, but there may be a few new records set as we go into the next couple of days and you will want to see this forecast. as we take a live look now, still dark and our days are getting shorter as we take a look from san jose we see skies are clear, one little star in
the sky there as the sunrises we will have mostly clear skies and our temperature now is at 61 degrees in san jose, livermore, concord, 65 degrees, and san francisco 64. not much of a wind out there now, it is all counsel. that's pretty much what he will wha we will see as we go through the day. the wind blowing offshore. as it turns on shore winds at 10 to 15 miles an hour later on this evening. here we are at 5:00, 6:00, 7:00 this evening and the wind only at about 9 miles an hour. if you are heading to the beach today a great place to cool off, but it's even going to be hot at the beach. pacifica up to 89 degrees today, half-moon bay at 86 degrees, winds from the northwest at 5 to 10 and then in santa cruz it will be 90 degrees today on the boardwalk. pretty much where we were yesterday. and the weekend clouds will start to move n we've been watching hurricane linda down by baja, california. into the next couple of days this may have a slight impact on our weather, could bring some
clouds, a little bit more humidity and maybe a slight chance of rain early next week. until then we have to deal with this hot weather and a cloudless sky. in the next couple of days we're talking about highs in the 90s and then dipping into the lower 90s this weekend, in the south bay 96 degrees on saturday, sunday 92 degrees. not much of an improvement. especially when we talk about the possibility of increased humidity. it is going to be hot these next several days. so try to stay cool out there. let's get a look at that morning commute with mike. we're starting off our report with the bart system, this is the fremont bart station you do see a train here but there is a system wide delay still reported by the bart website and the folks over at bart because of their reopening for that transbay tube. we're waiting for the all clear. we're seen trains run here pretty much on schedule. we're looking at the bay bridge toll plaza as we look over here, we do have your standard backup and metering lights on at 5:33 this morning. not unusual for a tuesday.
now we will move to the map and show you approachx[kp for thos speed sensors. an easy drive. the focus coming off of the maze and berkeley curve. not a crash, a disabled vehicle, southbound 101 around sir francis drake. toward whipple we do have a crash at the off ratcheted that many affect folks down toward hayward. southbound 101 had the first brus. things are calming down. some are hitting their stride, others struggling to keep up, the latest on the race for the white house coming up next.
it's back to work for congress -- following a month-long summer break and happening today, back to work for congress following a month long summer break and critical issues are up for debate. if lawmakers cannot agree to a temporary funding plan the government could shut down starting october 1rs. also on the agenda, whether to defund planned parenthood and the controversial iran nuclear agreement. decision 2016, the fall campaign season officially underway, candidates are getting down to business. right now they're focusing on iowa and new hampshire. tracie potts has the latest from washington, d.c. >> reporter: vice president joe biden in pittsburgh, a union town leaving no question what kind of democrat he is. >> organize, organize, organize. >> in iowa hillary clinton is working hard to hold boston her lead, talking about raising the
minimum wage for workers who earn tips. >> that is a recipe for exploitation, particularly of women, and we are going to end that form of wage theft. >> reporter: in new hampshire bernie sanders who is overtaking clinton's lead there has the star of the milford parade, his focus, money. >> to create an economy that works both all equals. >> reporter: republicans swarmed new hampshire down playing political parties. >> whether we are republicans, democrats or independence together the world needs america. >> reporter: but even here. >> i love joe biden. he is a good man. >> reporter: everyone is wondering will joe run. but the vice president may if he decides to jump in this race have some success in eye wachlt our nbc poll there shows he would beat donald trump in that state by 5 percentage points. tracie potts, nbc news, washington. a 57. republican presidential
candidate ben carson will speak at the commonwealth club in san francisco today. he spent his career at johns hopkins hospital gaining notoriety in 1987 for successfully separating conjoined twins at the head. cars season currently second in the republican party polls, though he trails donald trump by double digits. carson will speak at the mark hopkins hotel today at noon. coming to the rescue, if not by fire truck then by foot. that's what three east bay fare resorted to save a life. firefighters from brentwood station 52 had their rig break down. when they heard a call for help over the radio they knew they could not wait for a backup truck to arrive. instead they grabbed 40 pounds of gear and ran a quarter mile to help a person experiencing cardiac arrest. >> we just happened to the area because of the breakdown and decided to lend our assistance. >> it was something we did because we could help. >> they sprung into action. while the three firefighters gave the victim cpr an ambulance did arrive to help and
eventually that!a]nç patient wae ton a nearby hospital. >> always amaze to go see the heroics there. coming up at 6:00, not full speed ahead just yet. transbay tube is open but trains are running slow. mike inouye has an update on a major bart slow down. plus breaking news in san francisco, bullets fly at a busy bus stop. at least one of the victims in the wrong place at the wrong sometime. a camping trip turns into an all out search for a man who vanished near angel island. and facing a judge the critical day in court for the correctional deputies accused of murder. "today in the bay" starts right now. a very good tuesday morning. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm sam brock. we are going to check your forecast with kari hall in just a minute. first we want to get right to business with mike inouye he is tracking major delays on bart. >> good morning. now, the transbay tube had reopened as we were told after the weekend work but we do -- here is the bart station in fremont. we see a train here, folks are embarking and disembarking just
fine err right here. we will look at the oakland station, we just saw a train arrive and it just started. we do have delays reported system wide largely bus of that transbay tube. they run the trains slowly through the areas when they have had any major closure like they did all weekends for that stretch. they are still running trains on manual mode that means a slower train. so far no update when they will have it back up to speed. they had hoped by 6:00. we do have the bay bridge metering lights on and that's causing more slow down as well. also a little sluggish because it is going to be hot out there. >> as you head out make sure you grab a bottle of water. stay hydrated in this heat. one thing working for us, it is cool outside right now. 53 degrees in the north bay and san francisco 63 degrees, but check out these highs today. 98 degrees in the north bay, south bay 101, men's la 94, east