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contact with this student so that they can get them tested as soon as possible. so listen up here. uc berkeley officials say the infected student was on campus and classrooms and around the city between august 24th through the 29th. specifically, berkeley public health officials say this student rode the ac transit bus -- 25, a bus on monday, august 24th, twice. >> that does not sound good. buses, they are pretty small spaces. so i hope no one else gets sick. >> reporter: the concern public health officials say the measles can stay airborne for up to two hours in a space making the risk of spreading to a larger group more likely. because of strict rules there's very little they can tell us about this affected student -- infected student rather. now once exposed, you may experience a facial rash or fever, anywhere between seven days and 21 days of being
exposed. so again, health officials here are urging you to go to the doctor if you experience any of those symptoms. reporting live in berkeley, cate cauguiran, kpix 5. thank you. president obama continues his climate tour up in alaska today. hiking one of the region's melting glaciers there. the visit comes just a day after the president called on other nations to take swift action and reverse the effects of global warming. he said the world's response will have long-term implications. >> we're not acting fast enough. i've come here today as the leader of the world's largest economy and its second largest emitter. >> mr. obama said he recognizes america's role in creating the problem and our responsibility to help solve it. all right, it is 5:301 and i think we are all awake. because -- >> coffee, coffee queen. >> of liza. starbucks run come on. that was sweet. >> very sweet. >> thank you very much. >> you're welcome. >> we thank you. >> that's right i know
everybody's thing now. so i -- yeah. chai latte. the super large one. >> decaf for roberta believe it or not. she doesn't need any more caffeine. >> we want to get every on out the door this morning, as you are heading on out. temperature-wise, we do have a layer of low clouds and patchy fog lining the immediate seashore and 60 degrees at half- moon bay. upper 50s in mountain view, while the temperatures appear mild, they are averaging about three degrees cooler than just 24 hours ago. good morning fairfield at 62 degrees, winds are all under 5. we'll be rotating to the west 10 to 15 miles per hour later today and it's going to be much cooler than yesterday from just shy of 70 in pacifica to 70s around the central bay. i have the full forecast in less than ten minutes. hey there everybody. we're going talk about this roadwork once again slowing down traffic if oakland. westbound 580 near 35th avenue so it's between that point and the maze. right lanes are shut down until
5:30 this morning. it is causing some delays for the commute approaching the bay bridge toll plaza area. once you pass the construction zone traffic breaks loose and moving well westbound 580 continues -- 8 # continues light across the bridge into downtown san francisco. the san mateo bridge, no eastbound roadwork overnight. so all lanes are open for you as you make the commute between hayward and foster city. chp cleared out the earlier accident we had on 237 and highway 4 just a little bit of slow traffic leaving antioch, guys? thanks so much. passengers still will not be able to get a lyft or uber at mineta san jose airport. new rules were supposed to take effect today on a trial basis. the pilot program would require drivers to get a business license and be fingerprinted but the "mercury news" reports they don't have plans to participate under the rules. here in the bay area expensive housing is seemingly
everywhere you turn. so today, the san jose city council will consider some new rules to help out the renters out there. kpix 5's reporter kiet do joins us live this morning with that proposal. some welcome news for a lot of folks. >> reporter: yeah, absolutely. good morning. you know the average rent in san jose right now for a one bedroom apartment? starts at around $2,300. it has gone up by $1,000 or 77% in the past six years alone and so tonight, the city council is looking at ways to try and dramatically slow that down. with a proposed apartment rent ordinance. among the ideas to reduce allowable rent increases to 4% a year. the city is also looking at a good cause eviction rule to protect tenants. now rising rent has forced a lot of people to move out of san jose and into outlying areas with long commutes. landlords and property owners argue it deprives them of money for maintenance and upkeep and discourages new development. the current ordinance doesn't allow rent control on any building built after 1979. >> we are not doing enough to
make sure there's affordable housing for everyone, our homeless population is far too large. >> reporter: the city counsel sill will be voting on this on staff report this afternoon. if it passes, staff will start running the numbers to see if it will work for everyone and some kind of change to the law could come as early as december of this year. today's vote takes place at 1:30 this afternoon in city hall. we're live in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. okay thanks so much. the state of a mobile home park in palo alto is up in the air after the owner broke off negotiations for a potential sale. for three years the buena vista mobile home park has been facing closure, about 400 people live there. the owner stopped talking with the city as well as a nonprofit offering to buy the property. accused their landlord of housing discrimination. the rentes of the apartments say the property owner banned them from the common space because it was being used by families with children. they say the landlord also made sure there were no play areas
and changed the common space so it wouldn't be used for gatherings. the plaintiffs are getting a total of $370,000. santa clara county leaders taking action after the valley medical center expansion project. the county hired turner construction shortly after voters approved the project back in '08 but delays had pushed the completion date from 2013 up three years to 2016. and now it's backed up again to 2017. county says construction on the 49ers' santa clara stadium was a big factor. >> the minute that the levi's stadium project offered an incentive for early completion, turner, who was the general contractor there, pulled many of its subcontractors in our project, we believe got neglected. >> a spokesman for turner construction denied the company favored the stadium project and said county officials are to blame for the delays.
county is considering getting another company to finish that project. later this morning, san francisco congresswoman pelosi will highlight the city sequinned garden to college initiative. it's to help all public school students go to college. it's the first of its kind in the nation. today pelosi and lee will be at monroe elementary school to meet first graders. just getting going on a tuesday. cameras are rolling when a protest gets nasty. details on what sparked this violent confrontation between a driver and a cyclist. >> and health experts reveal how to battle a cold. why they say sleep is the best remedy. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning everybody. it's the first day of september and temperatures going down. i'll share with you the coolest day of this workweek. >> and we've got a new accident now blocking at least one lane of traffic, this is in novato southbound 101 approaching roland. details on that ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
great day. this morning, a layer of low clouds and fog and otherwise lots of sunshine today. cooler than on monday. we'll get it all together and we'll have your complete forecast it's coming up in just about six minutes. roberta i'm glad you made it through that. that was well done. all right, it is -- 5:11 on a tuesday. hey with no cure for the common cold, the next best thing is learning how to avoid it and the answer lies in your bedroom perhaps. researchers tracked the sleep patterns of people for a week using fit bit and after a week they injected them with the cold virus. officials say there was a clear amount of zs that seem to set people up for their immune system failure and six hours seemed to be the tipping point. >> people that are chronically sleep-deprived, say getting five, six hours of sleep a night for a long period of time are the ones that have the rundown immune system and particularly vulnerable. >> we are in deep trouble folks. the study found people who slept six hours or less were four and a half times more likely to catch a cold.
the extra hour didn't seem to help much either. bottom line shoot for seven hours or more every night. >> i think roberta needs to listen to that. the end of long-term solitary confinement may be in sight. the case challenges long-term confinement in state prisons. a major announcement on the case will be made later this morning. and some cases like at pelican bay, prisoners have been in isolation for more than ten years. 5:12 your time. police are looking into a disturbing incident in san francisco. it involved an angry bicyclist and a terrified driver. more now from kpix 5's joe vasquez. >> that type of behavior can't be tolerated in our city. >> reporter: san francisco supervisor mark feral took a close look at the video from friday night. a woman in a zip car surrounded by a large group of bicyclists from critical mass. as the woman decides to drive off, a bicyclist begins to
smash her windows several times with a u-shaped bicycle lock. >> i think it's ridiculous the behavior that happened that person should be held accountable. you don't want to be too quick to condemn an entire group or organization that's been very peaceful over the past few years. >> reporter: the american who posted the video didn't respond to our request for an interview. but we noticed he or she has many video postings of rudeness on the road. this little girl gets hit by a car drivers who apparently wasn't watching where she was going. then there's the bus driver who refuses to let a disabled man on board. and yet another scene where a driver and some cyclists get in an argument. the driver lurches toward one of the the cyclists almost hitting him. that last event was also at critical mass. which has always had its detractors who say local officials encourage this sort of behavior by letting it go on. >> well, what city government allows to go on is a group of bicycle riders.
they don't -- at no point -- do we sit there and tolerate riding into on coming traffic and violence or anything like that. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix 5. street ambassadors have a new job to do on san francisco's famously crooked street. >> right on the sidewalk please. >> their duties will include watching trouble and keeping tourists moving on almost bard. last week a tourist from thailand was robbed and shot in that area. the russian hill neighborhood has seen a surge in crime recently as well as traffic. >> yesterday, we had the help of the police officers. it was just a little old me today. >> the ambassadors will be on duty every day from noon until 7:30 at night until november 1st. all right, let's take a check of traffic. yesterday it was busy at this hour, how we doing on a tuesday? >> we're getting a little bit of a break this morning. no major accidents for most bay area freeways. good morning frank and maria. hi everybody. we're going to start off though with the minor accident it was just cropped up. this is in the novato area,
southbound 101 approaching roland that's an accident in the clearing stages blocking the right lane but traffic still doing okay approach asking passing the traffic sent -- approaching and passing the traffic sent. right here 101 wide open at the golden gate bridge. so drive times for marin county are still holding steady. with no big delays and the quick 14 minute drive between 580 and the golden gate bridge. this is as you travel south on 101. the rest of the commute has been okay. 580 approaching and heading across the richmond-san rafael bridge. still in good shape. very early and not too many people making that commute. the bay bridge drive, traffic volumes are up just a bit. but still no big brake lites for the drive -- lights for the drive out of oakland heading into san francisco. the roadwork we had on 580. that's been cleared up a few minutes early. westbound 92 is fine. so both the san mateo bridge and the dunbarton bridges are good options now for the drive out of the east heading towards the peninsula. so again, no major accidents for most bay area roadways. highway 4 very slow now leaving
antioch. in stretches approaching pittsburg but it brachs leek in the -- breaks loose with no big delays for 680 approaching the walnut creek interchange. now to roberta. strength in numbers, good morning everybody. at 5:16. we have people already up and about and reporting weather conditions in and around our microclimates. and this is really important to me this morning. because i like to see just how far inland the low clouds and fog has spread. dave in napa says it's overcast there. antioch is clear according to jerry wilcox. george in san francisco has overcast skies and a little bit of drizzle around the city as well. and in san rafael linda mather is still seeing some stars that are visible there. thanks for the reports on this early tuesday morning. the first day of september. we're looking out towards the bay bridge and there it is again. can you see it? look between the two towers which stand about 525 feet high. and you can see the morningstar otherwise known as venus. it's rising in the east right before sunup. and sets in the west. as the sun goes down.
all right, temperature-wise, we're in the 50s and 60s out the door this morning. we do have a more extensive deck of low clouds and fog lining the immediate seashore. some clouds to the north of us as well. that's all associated with an area of low pressure due north. meanwhile, all eyes on this right here. over the weekend, it made weather history. three category 4 hurricanes all at the same time in the eastern pacific. now the one we've been keeping eyes on is this one. it's ignacio. and it's making a turn away from the hawaiian islands so certainly good news there. we'll keep a watchful eye on that as it just causes some buffeting winds to the east and the south shores of the hawaiian islands. otherwise, jimena is on-deck. now this is that area of low pressure causing a little bit of cloudiness to the knot of the bay area. -- north of the bay area. if i move out of the way you can actually see the hurricanes out towards hawaii. we have high pressure. it will build back in but not after a couple of days. this area of low pressure is spilling some cooler air mass into the bay area. so temperatures going down today. and tomorrow before we rebound with warmer and seasonal
conditions just in time for the holiday weekend. 96 today in redding and low 90s state capital. mid 90s in fresno. low 80s really dry conditions in the high sierra. 70 monterey bay. 88 yosemite. a look at the extended forecast and temperatures 60s beaches and 70s bay side. 70s few low 80s around the peninsula and up to 91 degrees for the warmest location in cloverdale. west winds to 15. cooler on wednesday and thursday. play ball. cody martin on the mound for the good guys, angels in town. only 12,000 people last night. we want more people there tonight. and i'll be there tomorrow for sunny gray. >> all right, both teams beat us last night. >> no, no, a's won last night. >> the a's won last night? i stand corrected. >> yeah. >> surely. >> i need a new phone. okay. >> all right. tom brady facing a judge again fighting his deflate-gate suspension and the patriots' quarterback isn't the only one feeling the pressure in the courtroom. >> kpix 5's ken bastida shows
us how all eyes were on the artist whose sketch of brady drew major criticism last time. >> reporter: it was back to the drawing board for sketch artist jane rosenberg. her original drawing of an unrecognizable brady sparked a social media fire storm and spawned a slew of internet memes. some saying it looked more demonic than dreamy. her new attempt? a little more like it. >> i think i'm happy right now that it's over. i do -- i get the relief. it's hard to feel feelings with all the mikes in my face. >> reporter: so nervous she did a practice sketch of tom brady which helped since she had about four minutes today to capture the quarterback's essence. >> this is a nightmare. [ laughter ] i couldn't see him. i started squirming in my seat. and moving from side to side. and i was like on the edge of my seat. hardly sitting on it to try to get a look. but and then his lawyer stood up. >> reporter: meanwhile, attorneys for brady and nfl commissioner roger goodell made
the final plays before a new york federal judge. the patriots' quarterback is looking to get out of a suspension tied to the deflate- gate scandal. >> we tried our best to reach a settlement which we did not reach. >> reporter: in may, the nfl suspended tom brady for four games without pay. a report found that brady and the patriots likely knew that the footballs were deflated below the league minimum for the afc championship game. >> and that was ken bastida reporting. the judge expects to rule on the case this week. >> yeah but here's the deal. either side could appeal the ruling and process that could take months and of course the season kicks off a couple of weeks. >> that's right. >> week and a half. ling and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming -- the and i'm dennis o'donnell, coming up everybody is talking about the presidential race that's over a year away. we have the pennant race right now. the giants and dodgers went extra innings last night from dodger stadium. highlights coming up. >> and thank you dennis and what's cool about your school? e-mail your nominations right here, firstname.lastname@example.org and we might come out and feature
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6th inning. tied at 3 apiece and ethier -- deep to right. marlon byrd at the wall. he leaps did he get it? no. the dodgers lead 4-3. here's byrd in the ening again. this gay is money folk -- guy is money folks. that was his third run batted in of the night. bottom of the 9th inning. runner on third. sergio romo struck out jimmy rollins. romo pumped at the time but the giants would lose in extra innings and now they are four and a half back of the dodgers in the west. the a's were ensured. down 3-0 in the 3rd when jake moe lynn ski doubles to left and run one scores. two runs score. three runs score. the a's win their third straight. they got a winning streak going on. 11-5 is the final. serena williams trying to become the first woman since steffi graf in 1988 to win all
four grand slams in the same year. first round match. receive' yea won the first set 6-0 and was leading 2-0 in the second set when her opponent retired within an ankle injury. she came into that with that injury. so she did not last long. probably wasn't going the beet serena anyway. by the way, serena keeps winning and her sister venus keeps winning? we're going to have a slowdown between -- showdown between sisters at some point. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. thank you dennis, time for the pod on a tuesday. we have your play of the day. great catch, making a fantastic leaping catch to bring back a home run. back up stretch. right over the southwest sign. and yeah, pulls it right back into the park. look at that. he's way up there and full extension and robs the home run. the rays won the game too 6-3. nice catch right there your play of the day.
5:25. this tuesday morning, dozens of students over at cal possibly exposed to the measles and now one student is in isolation. we're live with the details coming up next. >> reporter: and rents in san jose over the past couple of years have gone up like crazy. now the city is thinking about rent control. rent control. i'm kiet do, we've got a ,,,,,,,
just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote at progressive.com. some disturbing new video allegedly showing a cop spitting on another man. how that department is responding to the allegations. plus, relief may be on the way for san jose residents, the new rules city council members
are considering. from the kpix weather center, good morning everybody. we have a cooler day on top but i'll show you when it will be the coolest. and it's rush hour at the bay bridge toll plaza. where traffic is beginning to stack up. those metering lights are on. more kcbs traffic still ahead. thank you liza and good morning everyone. it's tuesday, it's the first of september. fall is rice around the corner, i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning, i'm maria medina. deadly stabbing is under investigation at the former san jose homeless encampment known as the jungle. the victim was found last night near center and story roads. the man's name has not been released and the killer is still on the loose. thousands of people may have been exposed to the measles after a student at uc berkeley was diagnosed with the virus. kpix 5's cate cauguiran live on the cal campus where that student is now in isolation. cate, good morning. >> reporter: good morning frank. and now the city of berkeley and uc berkeley will be working to identify anyone who may have come into contact with the infected student but as you mentioned. that student this morning is in isolation. we know this case was confirmed
yesterday. but not before the infected student attended their first week of classes. uc berkeley officials say this student was on campus in classrooms and around the city of berkeley from august 24th to august 29th. we also know that that student rode the ac transit 25 bus twice on monday, august 24th. now the problem, health officials say the measles can stay airborne for up the two hours in a space making the risk of spreading to a large group more likely and health officials also say symptoms can develop anywhere between a week to three weeks of being exposed. and once exposed, you may experience rash or fever and the city is urging anyone who has these symptoms to go to the doctor immediately. now because of strict medical rules, uc berkeley and the city cannot identify who this student is. again, the priority though is to find anyone who may have been come into contact with this infected student. reporting live in berkeley, cate cauguiran, kpix 5.
all right. thanks for that. i don't know if -- i know it's only -- it feels like a friday here. you guys are a little giddy today. >> because you know yesterday, i sound like a little bump on my head. i said to all of the guys i have a bump on my head. frank said you're going to the vet today. have the vet look at the bump on your head. we apologize for that. >> they are doctors anyway. we move along. >> then i rolled on my back and you petted me on the tummy. this morning we have cloud cover stacked up next to the coast and into the bay. otherwise, temperature-wise we are into the 50s and into the 60s. and the winds are soft right now. but will be increasing later today out of the west 10 to 15 miles per hour. it's 64 degrees in novato and boy temperatures today are coming down in comparison to yesterday and pretty close to average in many of the locations from the coast to the peninsula. but slightly below average in our inland areas. 80s across morgan hill and into gilroy. 85 degrees in walnut creek and nearly 90 in fairfield.
north bay numbers from the 60s through the 70s to 85 in sonoma. we have that labor day holiday forecasts it's still coming up. liza? and it's still a pretty easy commute out there roberta. good morning everyone. the golden gate bridge drive, where southbound 101 still looking okay approaching san francisco. no delays leaving sausalito. the earlier accident we had in novato has cleared out. south 101 now all lanes open approaching roland. if you have to make the commute across the richmond-san rafael bridge, it's not too late to beat the delays, westbound traffic wide open with no problems to report to you between richmond and san rafael. take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's already stacked pretty much the 880 overcrossing with the metering lights on, that's your kcbs traffic. you still will not be able to legally get a lyft or uber at mineta san jose airport. new rules for ride sharing companies were supposed to take effect beginning today on the trial basis. the pilot program would require drivers to get a business license and be fingerprinted just like cab drivers.
but the "mercury news" reports that lyft and uber say they don't have plans to participate under those rules. the parents of san francisco's shooting victim kate steinle are taking legal action today and plan to file claims against the sheriff's department and two federal agencies. steinle was shot and killed on a san francisco pier back in july. the suspect is from mexico and had been deported from the u.s. numerous times. the case reignited national debate on illegal immigration. 5:34. the oakland police department is investigating one of its officers over a video of a confrontation that took place at a gas station. the men who shot it say they stopped to grab a drink not realizing a side show was going on nearby. that's when an officer approach asked started asking them -- approached and started asking thymicaes. they started -- them questions. they started filming. >> if i were to spit on the officer at that moment i would have gotten thrown on the ground and in cuffs and in the
back of a cop car for assaulting a police officer. >> i don't think that because he wears a uniform or he has a challenging job that he should be treated any differently. >> oakland pd releasing a statement saying an investigation has been launched into the officer's conduct. one of the men says he plans to file a formal complaint with the department later this week. a federal appeals court is looking into california's death penalty and whether it's unconstitutional. at issue in this case, the average wait time on death row. it's 17 and a half years. and the judge -- the judges have to decide if that's cruel and unusual punishment. kpix 5 and survey usa conducted a poll of bay area residents. 55% said they do not believe the long delays are cruel. as for whether they support the death penalty, 55% said yes, while 35% oppose it. california has executed only 13 people since capital punishment was restored in 1978. there have been no executions
since 2006 because of ongoing legal challenges to the state's lethal injection health odd. investigate so fares looking into what caused a fire that damaged three homes in san francisco. it started last night on clayton street. the fire department says five people were inside that home at the time. one man was brought to a hospital and his injuries inclear but he was able to walk out on his own. firefighters say this fire was more difficult and dangerous than most because something described as the chimney effect. >> because the fire started below and then it -- the fire wants to move vertically. and it comes up and made it difficult for units trying to get down there. >> handling that? >> well, we had an aggressive attack. we also got into the exposure building and started attacking it from there on the side too. >> it was four years ago two san francisco firefighters died battling a fire under similar circumstances. in the bay area,
outrageously expensive housing is everywhere you turn so today the san jose city council will consider some knew rules to help out renters. kpix 5's kiet do joins us live now with the proposal. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. san jose rent has skyrocketed. gone up by $1,000 or 77% in just six years alone. average rent in san jose now starting at $2,300 a month. and so today the san jose city council will be studying ways to try and slow that down dramatically with a proposed apartment rent ordinance. among the ideas, reduce allowable rent increases to just 4% a year. the city's also looking at a good cause eviction rule to protect tenants. now rising rent is forcing many to move out of san jose and into outlying areas with long commutes and landlords and property owners argue it reduces money for them and it discourages new development. the current ordy in and about dunce allow rent control on any building built after 1979. >> rent control is one of many
different ideas being looked at right now as a way of making sure that people can afford totive leer. >> reporter: the city counsel sill will be voting on a city staff report. if it passes, the staff will move forward start running the numbers doing the math and to see if this is workable for everybody. and we could see some kind of change to the rule by december of this year. the vote takes place at 1:30 this this afternoon at city hall. we're live in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. governor brown will sign a bill to require california businesses to give men and women equal pay for similar work. the state senate unanimously passing the bill yesterday. the legislation would also ban retaliation against women who discuss their pay or and about salaries of the colleagues. well, now that the kids are back to school it's time to hit the books for you and your money. >> yeah, let's chat about that. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger starts with one of the most misunderstood investments and that is bonds.
so let's go bonds 101 a.. tell us all about it jill. >> reporter: okay when you buy a bond, you are actually lending money to an entity. it could be a government, a state, municipality or a company. you make that loan for a set period of time. 30 days, up to 30 years. and you earn a fixed rate of interest and you get paid usually twice a year. now at the end of the term, the borrower has to repay the obligation in full. bond prices can fluctuate during the term. that's based on the general direction of interest rates. when interest rates rise, the value of your bond drops. >> but jill, aren't bonds safe though? >> reporter: not all bonds are created equal. so in addition to interest rate racing, there's the -- risk, there's the risk of default like we had a default in detroit or by a company or perhaps that the entity won't pay you back in full. that's what a lot of people are talking about with puerto rico. if you're talking about the u.s. government, that's unlikely. but if it's a shaky company, a
town or a region, the chance is real. now even if your bonds are paid if full, the promise -- in fall, the promise -- full. the promised interest rate can be worth less over time due to inflation right? but prices are rising, all of a sudden that fixed stream of income doesn't seem so good. the worst calendar year was 1994. returns were minus 2.9%. so yes, you can lose money in the bond market. but magnitude of the fluctuations tends to be smaller than those in stocks. this does not mean that you should avoid bonds. but you need to be very careful about the types of bonds that you put inside your portfolio. for more on how to position your bond holdings to weather the higher interest rates that are coming, you can go to jillonmoney.com. one more thing, when the markets are whimming around the stock market -- whipping around the stock markets, the bond positions can seem awfully comfy right about now. >> if we're buying bonds that means the market is probably not doing too well. so let's -- hopefully move the
other direction. jill schlesinger on a tuesday, thank you jill. it is now 5:40. what the e-mails contained and how the release could affect hillary clinton's campaign. >> let's take a live look at highway 880 much better than it was yesterday at this time. thinks are moving and we have an update on traffic and roberta has the forecast on a ,,
good morning everyone. your time check is 5:43 on this very first day of september. let's take a look at the uv index today. it actually -- wow that's not correct. it should be 9.16. that's very high. you need your sun block today. we'll have your full forecast coming up. okay thanks roberta. the state department has released more than 7,000 e- mails from hillary clinton's private server. more than 100 were censored because they contained classified information.
but the former secretary of state has maintained the messages were not seen as sensitive at the time. so far more than 13,000 pages of clinton's e-mails have been made public. well, a pair of new polls suggesting the front runners on both the republican and democratic side of the ticket, well they might be in trouble. cbs reporter craig boswell on the campaign trail in washington, d.c.. >> this was the summer of trump. do you believe this? how good is that for my ego? >> reporter: donald trump has had a successful run so far. but all of that could soon change. a new survey out monday morning shows trump is now tied in iowa with dr. carson. >> what comes up must come down. >> reporter: brad blakeman was a senior staff member for president george w. bush and now teaches at georgetown. >> people want to see more of donald trump in policy and substance. they've already got enough of the entertainment virginia. >> reporter: the moms have not been kind to hillary clinton either. a des moines register poll released this weekend shows clinton with 37% support.
a steep drop from her peak in may. craig boswell, cbs news, washington. >> questions this morning about who will pay for the big weekend mess on highway 101 in burlingame? drivers had to enter miles of gridlock and many were stranded if hours when a crew hit a transmission tower. it happened friday night at the broadway interchange. the big issue now, who pays for hundreds of thousands of dollars in overtime for pg&e crews to replace the big tower with two wooden ones? >> our customers will not be charged for this incident. we're going to be working with jafec construction to address all the irons and we're going our own investigation as well. >> caltrans says that stretch of 101 may have to be shut down again to allow for permanent remares. no date for that has been announced yet. it is 5:45. oil prices are skyrocketing again. they climbed over 27% in just the last week alone. and are holding now at about $47 a barrel. recent spike is the largest
percentage increase since august of 1990. things could change though when investors get some new data later today on oil stocks, manufacturing, and vehicle sales. but for the time being, gas prices are actually going down. in the city, the arch for a gallon of regular is $3.33. down almost a dime from a week ago. over in oakland the average is around $3.19. in san jose, the average is $3.16 a gallon. okay, it's 5:46. and we're all here. are we all awake? >> we are. >> i think we are. definitely. >> i paid $3.08 this morning. >> i paid $2.97. >> that a girl. >> you win. ding ding. >> i've seen it below $3 over in the east bay too. got to shop around a little bit. how we doing? >> okay we're doing pretty good out there. no big accidents on the roadways. however, we're keeping close eye on highway 24 getting first reports of a grass fire possibly started by an accident that's been out there. so this is eastbound 24 just beyond fish branch road on the frontage road there adjacent to the freeway.
this is all off to the right hand she woulder -- shoulder, the fire department is now on scene. we'll let you know if this affects traffic in the area. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights are on and traffic is already stacked up beyond the 880 overcrossings. so drive times are now up for the commute between oakland and san francisco. 880 is wide open this morning. a nice change from yesterday when we had that big rig accident. 880 looking good approaching and passing hegenberger. no delays just outside of the oakland airport. and heading for the san mateo bridge, we didn't have any roadwork overnight. so all lanes are open for you as you make the commute out of the hayward area bound for foster city but our sensors along the altamont pass are picking up very slow traffic. it's jammed up beyond the 205 interchange through livermore into pleasanton and it doesn't pick up until you reach the dublin interchange. that's where traffic does much better heading down the dublin grade. that's a look at your kcbs traffic. roberta. good morning everyone. we're going to go ahead and take a look at the live weather camera at bay bridge where this morning you can see if you look
very carefully, above one of towers there, the bay bridge, you can see venus. which is the morningstar. there it is. the second planet from the sun. and we can see it rising in the east right before sun up and we can see it setting right before sundown. marking the end of the day. this is the first day of september. and temperatures i've been noticing are averaging about three degrees cooler at this hour than 24 hours ago. 50s and 60s. we have a more extensive deck of low clouds and some areas of fog consisting of some localized drizzle. so when are we going to see the burn off today? it's going to be later than yesterday along the immediate seashore. here comes the lunch hour. 1:00 in the afternoon still filled in nicely here around the sunset district. and then you'll notice during the late afternoon hours we fill back in around the san mateo coast as well. so becoming overcast by the evening commute at the immediate seashore. we will have some partial clearing during the day around the daly city area. but that will pretty much be our cool spot around 67 degrees. now meanwhile, on satellite and radar, it does indicate that
wow, out over the eastern pacific, we have hurricanes lining up. that are going to broad swipe the hawaiian islands. otherwise this area of low pressure is pulling down some cooler air mass for today. and tomorrow. and thursday. and so as this low inches its way closer, by the midweek, those will be the coolest days of this workweek. then we rebound for the holiday with warmer conditions. meanwhile, no 90s in stockton. davis and also in the sacramento area. we will see some clearing of the skies in monterey bay at 70 and 81 in the high sierra. there's sunup at 6:40. by the time it sets temperatures coming down the comparison to yesterday. 70s peninsula and all the bay up to the mid and high 80s in the inland areas. outside number today is 91 in cloverdale. have yourself a terrific tuesday. awesome. thank you so much roberta. david letterman made a stop in san francisco yesterday but you may not have recognized him. roberta doesn't like this. that's him in the dark
sunglasses with the thick beard. he co-own it is indy car racing team which is why he was in town. the championship series wrapped up in sonoma on sunday. >> this has taken up a lot of interest and time. and attention and without it i don't know what i would have been doing. you start in florida and you end in california. and to be in it at the end is all you want. as long as you got a shot that's all you want. is tremendous -- you want. is tremendous. it was very exciting. >> well, when asked if he'll watch next week, dave said yes he'll be in the front row with his family. >> the voice is familiar, the face not so much there. check out the new coffee or cold brew as it were. only available in new york on the day of the premiere, you can catch the late show with stephen colbert beginning next tuesday night september 8th right here on channel 5. and right here on channel 5. and we,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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again, all lanes are open and traffic is beginning to slow down through the area down to 49 miles per hour. i'll have a more -- more on this and the complete look at your drive into work still ahead. thanks liza. family and friends of tv reporter alison parker attended a memorial in virginia. hundreds showed up last night including colleagues at wdbj and virginia's governor. they shared memories including parker's love of dance and theater and her exuberant personality. parker and adam ward were shot to death last week during a live report. a teen under arrest after two high school football players collapsed following a game last week. the two junior varsity players were rushed to the hospital in el dorado county and it happened on friday night. one is still in the hospital. sheriffs investigators say they got a tip the stimulant adderall may have been involved. >> we're after the truth and we're also after the safety and security of our kids. and how do we support that in this whole process as well.
>> investigators say a 17-year- old was arrested suspected of supplying drugs to minors. but so far, there's no positive link between the drug and the medical emergencies. a man shot inside a san jose nightclub is suing singer chris brown. brown hosted the party where the shooting happened. it happened in january at the fiesta nightclub on monterey highway. five people were wounded. one victim palabra lee filed a suit saying brown should have used metal detectors and searched for weapons. los gatos teen is con fezzing yesterday. but he says it happened accidentally. investigators say the 17-year- old told them he and some friends went to loma prieta elementary school late on sunday night to smoke pot. they left a cardboard box to keep warm. when they left the boy put the remaining ashes in a trash can and the flames started spreading from there. the school is back open this morning. and pg&e now facing a $5,000 fine -- $50,000 fine for safety issues at its metcalf substation in south san jose.
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damaged three homes in san francisco. it started around 8:30 what's night on clayton -- last night on clayton street. the fire department says five people were inside the home at the time and one man brought to the hospital. his injuries unclear at this time but he was able to walk out on his own. firefighters say this fire was more difficult than most because of something describabled as the chimney effect. >> because the fire started below and then it -- the fire wants to move vertically. and it comes up and made it difficult for units trying to get down there. >> what did you do handling that? >> well, we had an aggressive attack. we also got into the exposure building and started attacking it from there on the side too. >> four years ago two firefighters died battling a fire in san francisco under similar circumstances. the parents of san francisco shooting victim kite steinle will take legal action today and plan to file claims against the sheriff's department and two federal agencies. steis