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critical condition. take a look at the video posted on twitter after this shooting. it was cell phone video shot by another passenger. police say this all started when the guy asked -- when they asked this guy to put out a cigarette. then they asked him for his identification. they say he got confrontational and aggressive. >> started reaching for his waistband at that time. one officer said tase him. he went to tase him at the same time, um, he was tased, we're not quite sure of the timing, he shot himself in the stomach. >> reporter: now, officials say before that, he had threatened to jump on the tracks to commit suicide. the investigation is under way. police were wearing body cameras. those cameras were rolling so that footage is now being reviewed. coming up in the next half- hour, we'll hear from a witness who saw how this all went down. live in oakland, anne makovec, kpix 5. need to get out of a traffic ticket but can't afford it? now there's some help
available. kpix 5 reporter kiet do joins us in san jose with more on the state's brand-new program. good morning, kiet. >> reporter: good morning. it's called ticket amnesty designed to help people who are have fines and penalties that are spiraling out of control. 5million people have had their licenses suspended because they got a traffic ticket they couldn't pay and hundreds of thousands of court files on top of that. the amount of unpaid traffic tickets in california is more than $10 billion. legal aid has been calling it a civil rights issue because it affects poor minority drivers. critics say it's a vicious cycle because without a license, offenders can't get to work to earn money to pay off the fines which result in more fines. >> people have parking tickets and i know that it's like overwhelming because some of them don't have jobs. with that, i mean, it helps out
a lot. >> reporter: the amnesty parameter only applies to tickets before 2015. all fines will be reduced by 50%. if you can prove you are low income then fines are reduced up to 80%. this does "not" apply to reckless driving, dui or "parking tickets." the court will start sending out letters october 1 to all those to whom it applies. it lasts for a year and a half and ends march 2017. live in downtown san jose, kpix 5, kiet do. let's check in with liza battalones. i don't think people are getting speeding tickets. >> not fast enough at the bay bridge toll plaza. westbound very slow now from at least the 880 overcrossing with those metering lights on. it's a 20-minute drive time between the carquinez bridge and the maze. so we're not seeing any huge delays yet on the east shore freeway. mainly right here at the bay bridge toll plaza. those metering lights are on. also pockets of slow traffic for north 101 as you make your way through morgan hill. it picks up in san jose and
then more brake lights approaching and passion the 280/680 interchange. meantime, the altamont pass that's going to be a very slow commute for you this morning. no reports of any accidents just the usual very heavy traffic from mountain house. stays slow on 205 approaching the altamont pass. mass transit is in good shape regular service for bart this morning following the police action last night at the west oakland station again no delays for the bart system, ferries, caltrain or the altamont commuter express. liza, i'm taking a look at your traffic cameras and what i'm looking at is, boy, it's darker later, isn't it? this is our sfo shot right now. taking a look towards the airport and you can barely see it but it is overcast there. so figures sun-up at 6:40. clouds lining the coast and the bay and light drizzle. temperatures 51 degrees in santa rosa to 61 degrees in throughout the tri-valley and in san francisco. it's in the low 60s in oakland. if you take a look at this
slate here, you'll see that temperatures are close to normal in san francisco and oakland. but well below average in our inland areas. we will have a stiff breeze today west 20 to 30 miles per hour, 70s at the peninsula, up to the low 80s towards morgan hill, about 85 in gilroy as well as brentwood to the east. upper 70s in san ramon today. temperatures again inland areas below average. partial clearing in stinson beach with a wind gust up to 45 miles per hour towards the evening commute. and up to breezy conditions and 58 in cloverdale. the labor day holiday weekend forecast less than 10 minutes away. san francisco police officer is under investigation after a woman accused him of rape. the woman said the officers raped her at her home last month after dinner and drinks. uc-berkeley police are
looking into a woman's report that she was sexually attacked at a campus library. the victim says it happened early yesterday morning and so far, investigators are not saying which library. time now 6:05. the family of a woman killed at san francisco's pier 14 is suing the sheriff and two federal agencies they blame for her death. on july 1 kate steinle walking with her father and a friend when undocumented immigrant juan lopez-sanchez allegedly shot her on the pier. the gun had been stolen from a car of an agent from the bureau of land management. juan lopez-sanchez was released from san francisco jail after the sheriff refused to turn him over to i.c.e. >> we're frustrated and here to make sure that a change is made so nobody has to endure the pain that my mom and dad and i go through on a daily basis. >> the sheriff says he can't
comment on the pending litigation but he extends his sympathies to the family. the same sentiment was shared by i.c.e. and the bureau of land management. california's controversial "right to die" bill has passed a huge hurdle. arguments were heard on both sides but in the end, the assembly health committee voted 10-2 to advance the legislation. the bill is modeled after oregon's death with dignity act which became the topic of debate earlier this year when brittney menard moved from california to oregon to kill herself. the graton restaurant and resort will have a groundbreaking ceremony to kick off a $175 million expansion project. it opened about 2 years ago and draws large crowds. it's a home that's pulled out of the stone age and this morning you can put a bid in to buy it. if you have ever driven north on 280 by hillsborough you have probably seen the flintstone
house. mark kelly gives us a glimpse of what's inside. >> she said, um, i want to create a work of art within a work of art. >> reporter: and that is exactly what architect eugene did in 2007 when the homeowners appointed him to remodel the flintstone house. >> we created something that has never been done before. >> reporter: here's a rare peek inside. the kitchen looks pulled from the pages of a dr. seuss novel but whimsy is what the homeowner wanted eugene to create. >> there were no boundaries or limits. >> reporter: inspired to stretch his skills, eugene drafted these plans for a brand- new second home on the same land. that second building wasn't built. he said the plant department said it would draw tourists to the flintstone house, even more tourists. >> we knew it would attract a lot of attention more than the first building. >> reporter: second building or not, curiosity about the flintstone house never went away. now on the market for $4.2
million. >> that is a good price, yes. >> reporter: eugene says the flintstone home shouldn't just be sold to anybody. >> that person is not afraid to stand out from -- from -- from conformity, from -- from the usual everyday mentality of living. >> reporter: mark kelly, kpix 5. >> it was built in 1976. it's in great shape and could sell fast but i imagine it's a unique buyer. maybe dino is included. we'll find out. it is 6:08. a mysterious group is trying to overturn new rent control rules in one bay area city accused of using dirty tricks to do it. we'll tell you about that coming up. >> a study could change the debate about ecigarettes. the alarming results coming up. >> there's a change in your forecast. we'll have the details coming
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the lieutenant is the third police officer to die in the line of duty in illinois this year. the folks on wall street are hoping for some good news today after the stock market was down yesterday. today asian markets were down but not too sharply. europe made slight gains. here in the u.s. the dow and s&p futures are up slightly. the opening bell is about 15 minutes away. another study suggests so- called ecigs are not as harmless as they are promoted. california's center for environmental health says it tested 97 ecigarettes and other "vaping" products and more than half produced high levels of cancer-causing chemicals like formaldehyde. 7 had more than 100 times the allowable month. they will sue the manufacturers today. time is 6:13. it's been a month since the city of richmond approved the new rent control law but kpix 5's christin ayers finds out it
may be repealed. >> this is what -- this is what they -- this is what they told me. >> reporter: the encounters captured on cell phone video show richmond residents confronting signature gatherers at their doors and at grocery stores. the subject, richmond's new rent control ordinance. >> we have rent control now? >> sign this petition. >> only 10,000 people in the city of richmond -- [ simultaneous speakers ] >> you cannot -- >> so i might not be covered? >> yes. >> okay. >> so what we are trying to do is cover all the -- >> it doesn't apply to the whole city? >> so if i sign this, i'll have rent control? >> yes. >> no, no. nobody said they would have -- trying to take advantage of people. >> send out paid professional petitioners providing false information. >> reporter: richmond city councilwoman beckle says it's not exactly clear who they are. she thinks that people behind the petition are landlords and
lobbyists who have the money and manpower to repeal richmond' new law which she says protects voters from massive rent increases. >> without this ordinance in place we would have a lot of families that would be displaced. >> reporter: zack ware has seen the petitioners in richmond and said their tactics are alarming. >> this is a form of voter suppression. >> reporter: ware and other volunteers are handing out flyers like this one warning residents not to sign this petition. they hope to stop the petitioners from gathering over 4,000 signatures by friday which could push a vote on the rent ordinance back to 2016. in richmond, christin ayers, kpix 5. san jose once step closer to helping its renters. right now rent can be raised 8% a year. the city council is moving forward with a new proposal to lower the amount. it the would make it illegal for landlords to evict tenants so they can raise the rent. the average rent in the city is about $2,200 a month.
want breakfast but don't want to wake up early to get it? there's good news. mcdonald's just announced it will begin carrying its breakfast menu all day starting october 6. mark it on your calendars. egg mcmuffins, hash browns and biscuits will be available anytime. mcdonald's officials hope the change will boost a slump in sales. you know how many times i wanted pancakes at 6 p.m.? >> a dozen? [ laughter ] >> egg mcmuffins are great and around 10:30, 11:00, they shut down breakfast. >> sometimes it's a long drive and kids want breakfast get them some pancakes and you're on the road. >> i have no idea what you're talking about. i don't eat fast food, never had one. let's talk about the commute. bay bridge toll plaza, now it's a slow morning when the chp checking on reports of a live chicken. >> oh!! >> running across the lanes! the good news is the chicken
has left the toll plaza. but the traffic is still there. westbound traffic still delayed from the foot of the maze with the metering lights on and crowded up on the eastshore freeway westbound traffic slowing down through berkeley and emeryville approaching the bay bridge pay gates. the southbound commute on 101 is 14 minutes from 580 approaching the golden gate. all the roadwork we had north 101 is picked up out of san rafael. 880 in oakland good shape no big delays. north 101 slow through san jose approaching and passing the 280/680 interchange but 280 itself still rolling well passing downtown. no delays as of yet approaching the 237 interchange. now, the 92 commute that's still clocking in at 14 minutes between 880 and 101 in the
peninsula. so it's in good shape. the only bridge really with slow traffic would be the bay bridge at this hour. westbound traffic approaching the altamont pass, very long delays from beyond the 205 interchange. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." now to ro-ro. >> hey, liza. wait, don't go away here. i want to show you something here. here's your breakfast here. here's the egg without the muffin. okay? good morning, everyone. taking a look outdoors right now. we have overcast conditions, in fact, the marine layer so deep this morning we have been drizzling around the beaches and the bay. temperature-wise we dipped down to 51 in santa rosa. otherwise 61 degrees in livermore. winds will be increasing today. picked up a gust already this morning up to 31 at the altamont pass. otherwise, westerlies 20 to 30 miles per hour a strong onshore breeze gusts up to 45 around the seashore and higher elevations. it will be cooler today most notably the winds. and then we'll pick up those temperatures by the holiday
weekend. so we have the low clouds and fog stacking up at the coast. we have an area of low pressure to the north of us and that low going south pulling down the cooler air mass. we have a pressure gradient, therefore that increasing wind. now, meanwhile it's in the 50s going up to 86 in sacramento. 64 going up to 71 in monterey. 45 in truckee with the high today of 77. red flag warning in effect for the high sierra with extremely dry conditions. sun-up in a matter of minutes. 12 hours and 57 minutes of daylight unless you're at the beaches. partial clearing 67 degrees. 74 in oakland today. 78 in san jose through santa clara. 85 outside number ditto thursday. warmer by the holiday. make it a great day. >> thank you, roberta. it's now 6:19. the continuing effort to reduce gun violence, one bay area city is putting more focus on gun
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scoreless. 1-0 dodgers notice 7th inning and baumgarner hung that one to jack peterson who broke out of a slump making it 2-0 dodgers. now you remember matt duffy's great play? he does it at the plate, too. line drive base hit center field gregor blanco coming home. we have a 2-1 baseball game and the giants threatening for more. runners at first and second. brandon belt bid for a base hit turns into an inning ending double play. dodgers win 2-1 and that wraps up zack greinke's cy young award and there it is, 5.5 games out now with 30 loft. they will face clayton kershaw in the series finale today. ronda rousey known for beating women into submission inside the octagon now a marine based in north carolina is hoping to make her the belle of the ball. jarrod haschert posted a video to facebook asking the usc star to be his date. >> i don't know how to, like, hit him up and say, like, yeah i want to go with you and --
>> would you totally go? >> i would go, fersure! do i set up a time and place, like never been kissed, and like show up and have him wait there is until the clock runs and like be i'm here! >> don't bump ronda rousey while she is dancing with her beau. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. today's play of the day, how about some baseball. cleveland and toronto blue jays, second baseman comes all the way out, catches the ball. impressive catch. toronto is red-hot in the a.l. east. they win again beating the indians 5-3 thanks in part to the play of the day. 6:25. pg&e looking to raise rates. how much more you can expect to pay if the hike is approved. >> reporter: bart service was shut down for hours after a
charges filed against three california sheriff's deputies in connection with the chase involving a stolen horse. >> if you have some old unpaid traffic tickets that are costing you a lot, what the governor wants to give you, a big break to cut the fines by half or more! we have the details. >> commuters long delays approaching the altamont pass. details can "kcbs traffic" coming up. >> it's windy at the altamont
pass this morning. how kind did i? i have details straight ahead. >> it's wednesday, september 2. i'm maria medina. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it's 6:30 on your wednesday. /woman reportedly shot himself at a bart station. kpix 5's anne makovec explains from the west bart oakland station. >> reporter: the bart system is on time all back to normal after being shut down for about 3 hours last night. the man who was shot is in critical condition. this is some video that a passerby posted on twitter right after the shooting. police say the trouble started when they asked this guy to put out a cigarette, then asked for his id. they say he got confrontational and aggressive and reached for something in his waistband. they tased him and he then shot
himself. we heard from a witness. >> turned back and heard him yelling they shot me. he went cold. the police sit there for a minute and then there's blood everywhere and one of the cops started yelling, um, he shot himself, and he just said that two or three times. >> reporter: officials say before that happened he had threatened to jump on the tracks to commit suicide. police were wearing body cameras. they were rolling so that footage is now being reviewed. the west oakland station was reopened at 11:40 p.m. live in oakland, anne makevoc, kpix 5. today, a judge is expected to decide whether to allow certain evidence in a high- profile kidnapping case in vallejo. matthew muller is charged with kidnapping denise huskins in march. vallejo police originally said she faked the entire thing. but later they found evidence on a cell phone linking muller
who her disappearance. muller's attorney will attempt to have that evidence thrown out claiming police did not have a search warrant for the phone. maybe you see and heard t the government helicopters that have been flying all over the bay area this week. the chopper belongs to the department of homeland security. it's going to be buzzing around the bay throughout the weekend. the helicopter is on a special mission to collect data that homeland security wants in case of a nuclear disaster. >> is homeland security security measuring radiation around the bay area? >> that's not ideal. >> no? >> i guess it's good they are measuring it, but why?! >> we're looking at natural background radiation that is naturally occurring from the ground and from the air. and we're measuring those background levels. >> all that data collected will be used for base measurements. homeland security can then compare those levels against fallout from a dirty bomb attack or a nuclear meltdown. it is now 6:32.
let's check in with roberta. >> we knew it was going to happen. i knew it was going to happen. anytime we have low clouds out there and some areas of fog, delays at sfo up to 1 hour and 4 minutes on some arriving flights not good. this is the scene looking towards sfo. it is a gray slate and when that ceiling lowers, it lowers the visibility on approaching flights for the pilot. so you can anticipate the delays one hour and 4 minutes. temperature-wise 51 degrees in santa rosa to 61 degrees i livermore. cool conditions and blustery west winds 20 to 30 miles an hour at the coasts today with the 60s. 70s and sunshine along the peninsula up to the low to mid- 80s across the santa clara valley, 85 outside number in gilroy and to the east in brentwood. otherwise 80 degrees in walnut creek. again, west winds pretty blustery late day up to 20 gusts up to 45 towards the evening commute in stinson
beach all the way to andrew bogut through the 70s today in kentfield all the way up to novato. the labor day weekend is coming up. good morning. it's feeling like rush hour at the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic is slow from the foot of the maze already. those metering lights are on and drive times are up now between the carquinez bridge and the maze. if you are leaving solano to contra costa county take the carquinez bridge this morning avoid the benicia bridge. there is an accident delaying traffic southbound traffic 680 at mount hermon with a motorcycle accident in the left- hand lane. north 101 in san jose, the 280 commute still looking great. no major delays altamont pass usual delays extending to the 205 interchange. it doesn't improve until you reach pleasanton. that's a look at "kcbs
traffic." getting a traffic ticket is bad enough but many drivers simply can't afford it when extra charges are tacked on. kiet do has more. >> reporter: good morning. the governor signed this into law to help people out of what he called a, quote, hell hole of desperation. this is a low income people who are buried under a mountain of court fines and penalties. we are talking about nearly 5 million people in california who have had their licenses suspended because they got a traffic ticket they couldn't afford to pay and then hundreds or thousands of dollars in court fines piled on top of that. it is estimated the amount of unpaid traffic tickets in california is more than $10 billion. legal aid groups have been pushing for this calling it a civil rights issue because it affects mostly poor and minority drivers. critics say it's a vicious cycle because without a license offenders can't get to work attorney the money to pay fines which result in more fines.
>> sounds like a great way to get your name off a list you don't want to be on and gives the state the money which it needs for roads and bridges. so sounds like a good idea. >> reporter: the amnesty program applies to tickets before 2013. all fines will be reduced by at least 50%. if you can prove you are low income, then fines can be reduced up to 80%. it doesn't apply to reckless driving, dui or parking tickets. courts will send out letters to people who qualify starting october 1. the program only lasts for a year and a half. it ends march 2017. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. pg&e customers are facing a rate hike. the utility company is asking permission to collect an extra $2.7 billion. between the years 2017 through 2019 the average monthly bill
would rise about $4. state regulators will review the question and it's up to the cpuc to make a final decision. new proposal would require video recordings of all gun sales in san francisco. the plan is intended to reduce gun violence. right now there's only one gun shop in the town. and the general manager says this could drive his store out of business. he said he already hands over surveillance video to police when asked. >> what we don't do is voluntarily give private information to the police department voluntarily. we just don't do that. people are very private about their information. >> the goal here is not to run anybody out of business but from my perspective the public safety of san francisco residents comes first. >> supervisor mark farrell says the city attorney is reviewing the proposal. could be introduced later this month. san quentin prison is slowly restoring services to inmates in the middle of an outbreak of legionnaire's disease. at least six inmates were diagnosed with the illness dozens more have symptoms.
so they are being monitored. the prisoners spend more time out of cells and have access to hot meals instead of individual boxed meals to keep disease from spreading. three san bernardino deputies faced charges after being seen on video hitting a suspect in april. he led police on a chase and tried to escape on a stolen horse. 7 other deputies won't be charged because they didn't know if there was a threat when they arrived at the scene. >> when these other officers are running up, what they hear on the reporting and i'm not going to get into the details i'm going to leave that to the court they hear something the other officers are yelling. >> the three who are charged could spend up to three years behind bars if convicted. all ten deputies are on paid administrative leave. 6:38. a construction worker survives an explosion at a south bay work site and video of the
blast is adding to safety concerns that a major development project -- at a major development project. so much for happy hour. state lawmakers considering taxes on certain alcoholic drinks. >> the market opened up about 10 minutes ago. good news after some rocky days the last couple of weeks. dow is up over 200 points,,
80s in los gatos. palo alto mid-70s. sunny but windy today east of the bay. danville at 81 degrees. outside number mid-80s in brentwood. west winds at 30 miles per hour in stinson beach. 67 degrees with slow burnoff. breezy in novato and in san rafael. and downright windy today at saint helena at 83 degrees. all eyes on wall street again today. u.s. markets are already making a recovery. here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. we like that word recovery. it means good things today. but certainly was an ugly day again yesterday on the stock market dow down 470 the third biggest drop of 2015. the market is coming back this morning as overseas markets notably china were calm today. a lot of that selling over the past couple of weeks on wall street is precip dated by big plunges in the shanghai in
china. decent news on the u.s. economy this morning. labor reporting worker productive was higher in the 2nd quarter the highest pace since the end of 2013 but in a further sign that paychecks aren't keeping up with hiring, labor costs were down by more than 1% in the 2nd quarter. private payroll tracker adp says there were a gain of 190,000 jobs in august better than what it said in july and economists are expecting the labor department on friday to report a gain of 220,000 jobs. if we see enough of a gain the fed could raise interest rates this month. let's check the recovery and the big board dow up about 180. nasdaq up 50. the s&p is up by 19. back to you. >> finally some welcome news. thank you, jason. >> absolutely. >> all right. we'll take it. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." gayle king joins us live in new
york city. >> reporter: here we are, getting ready for the big show. hi, frank, hey, maria, good to see you both. ahead we are outside chicago where a massive manhunt is under way. police are still looking for the three suggestion respects involved in the deadly shoot -- three suspects in the deadly shooting of a cup. plus more on the kentucky county clerk who won't issue any marriage licenses. the history making nfl coach how she got some of the toughest guys to listen. how do you that? the news is become in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. so maria, i'm going with you, first what do you do to get frank to pay attention? i have heard from other sources it can be difficult. >> give him the evil eye like i do with my kids. give him the little evil eye. >> listen to frank go wow. frank, i'm just trying to help you. >> all right. i will be tweeting you right after we get off the air.
just to say hi. >> okay. >> and give you the evil a. >> that's gayle. >> have a good show. 6:46 now. a new twist in the dispute between santa clara county and the contractor that's working on the new valley medical center expansion. as kpix 5's len ramirez reports, county released video of an explosion during work on that long delayed project. >> couldn't pay me enough. >> reporter: the video shows workers activating a steam pipe system for the first time at the valley medical center construction site. you hear loud banging noises followed by workers' growing concerns for their safety. >> joel, maybe you should step out for a minute. >> reporter: they tell one worker to get out of the underground vault where the pipes come together.
he comes up. [ explosion ] >> get out! >> reporter: the system blew up in their faces. the crews yell and pull the worker to safety while 200- degree steam rushes out from the blown pipe. >> hey,get back! >> the worker could have been killed. >> reporter: the worker survived with minor injuries but santa clara county officials say the explosion shows faulty design and safety practices by turner construction. the general contractor that designed and built the system. >> certainly a concern they are not paying attention to the details. >> reporter: the county says the steam system has yet to be redesigned and rebuilt and is one of many problems adding to years of delays on the construction of a new bed building. >> we are prepared to just lock them out of the project. >> reporter: turner construction said in a statement safety is its number one priority but the company refused to comment on the explosion saying it's already given the county a full report. in comments yesterday a spokesman accused of the county of trying to divert attention
way from its own mismanagement. project. >> the real thing is to find a path forward and stop blaming turner and subcontractors. >> reporter: turner construction has less than a week to respond to the county's concerns and outline how it will get this project back on track. if the county isn't satisfied, new contractor could be working here by this time next week. in san jose, len ramirez, kpix 5. >> that incident happened a year ago. they say they just got the video from a worker this week amid the county's threat to fire turner construction. the worker seen in the video is no longer at the site. he stayed on the job for another month after he returned. the traffic app wave is getting help from someone very familiar. stephen colbert incoming host of to cbs late show is lending his voice to the app for this month. >> keep left. good idea. i'll just put my turn signal on
and to save time i will leave it on for the rest of the drive. >> our producer said it would distract him. >> it might. >> may not end up where you want to go but you'll be latching. as for the late show, stephen colbert begins next week. >> i think the app is a great idea. he is a funny guy. recognizable voice, too, right? let's talk about this morning's commute. where you're going to be sitting in delays -- if you plan to make the 101 commute in san carlos an accident clearing north 101 just before holly. two right lanes are shut down so expect those backups, you can see our sensors along 101 picking up some of those delays right now. it would be a good idea to take an alternate. the san mateo bridge is the crowded. no accidents. we just checked in with the chp. just a lot of folks making that westbound commute so expect sluggish traffic in patches all the way across the span as you make your way towards foster
city. the bay bridge toll plaza that is been backed up already for the last 30 minutes or so. it's been delayed from the foot of the maze. the eastshore freeway is also slow now through berkeley and emeryville with a 28-minute drive time between the carquinez bridge and the maze in oakland. so that's the big hot spot this morning would be the bay bridge. 680 traffic recovering from earlier problems. that southbound drive very slow leaving the benicia area. use the carquinez bridge, i-80, instead as your alternate. and bart is on time this morning. operating with regular service. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." now to roberta. rise and shine, good morning at 6:50. our weather watchers see things i can't see in san francisco. we have people all around. you could become a weather watcher for us here at kpix 5. 58 degrees right now in the north bay. 60 in the south bay. let's see who is checking in this morning. peggy in petaluma reporting the
50s. 60s every 63 in alameda. this photo looks interesting. that's becky duke. thank you for sending in that photograph of the nearly full moon. it's now waning about 80% full at this hour. can't see anything out there much this morning because we have overcast skies. at sfo right now, we do have delays one hour and 4 minutes due to low clouds and fog and drizzle. 52 degrees in santa rosa. today cooler, also going to turn windy southwest winds 20 to 30 miles per hour, gusts at 45. area of low pressure north of the bay area is butting up against the huge ridge of high pressure causing a pressure gradient with a west wind 20 to 30 gusts up to 45 as high pressure nestles in with the passage of that low. we'll see warmer conditions for
the holiday. 86 in sacramento today. sun-up at 6:40. today cooler at the beaches, 80s inland. same thursday and then we begin to warm up saturday through tuesday. have a great day. >> thank you. happy hour may soon get a little more expensive. the bill is being proposed by an east bay assemblywoman that would tack on a nickel when people order cocktails at a bar. it's estimated it could bring in $140 million or more in its first year. the money would help fund programs for people with developmental disabilities and that has some people scratching their heads. >> where's the correlation or how did someone decide we'll get five cents on every mix drink? why not ice cream, yogurt, soup? >> since it is a new tax it requires a two-thirds majority vote by lawmakers for approval. it is 6:52. up next a standoff over same- sex marriage in kentucky. what's next if this county
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village. he was chasing them on foot. a woman being summoned to court. she refused to give a wedding license to couples in kentucky. she is defying the supreme court's order to fulfill her duties or resign. the graton resource casino has a groundbreaking ceremony this morning at the sonoma county can seen more for expansion. it opened less than two years ago in rohnert park a hearing today in a high- profile kidnapping case in vallejo. matthew muller charged with abducting denise huskins. police said she faked it but later found evidence on a cell phone linking muller to her disappearance. her attorneys will argue that evidence was obtained illegally. i'm anne makovec live at bart in oakland which is now reopened after a man was shot here last night and is in critical condition this morning.
this is video shot by another passenger right after that the shooting. now, police say the trouble started when they asked this guy to put out a cigarette then asked for his identification. they say he got confrontational and aggressive. >> started reaching for his waistband. one officer said tase him. he went to tase him at the same time he was tased we are not quite sure of the time frame yet show the himself in the stomach. >> officials say that before this he had threatened to jump on the tracks to commit suicide. the investigation is under way. police body cameras were rolling. that footage is being reviewed. the west oakland bart station reopened at 11:40 last night after being closed for more than 3 hours. live in oakland, anne makevoc, kpix 5. again, bart is operating normal service this morning with no delays for the bart system. there are huge delays for north 101 in san carlos an accident blocking two lanes. backups at the bay bridge toll plaza into the macarthur maze.
very slow through berkeley and emeryville on westbound 80. take a look at 37. it is very crowded now leaving the mare island vallejo area bound for novato. dear san jose, where did your sunshine go? you know, it was clear there until 10 minutes ago now it's cloudy due to a seabreeze bring in low clouds. temperatures cooled to 52 in santa rosa. 62 in livermore. big notable feature today increasing winds out of the west 20 to 30 miles per hour especially along the seashore in the 60s there. partial coastal clearing in pacifica. much cooler today into the mid- 80s. gusty winds up to 45 miles per hour later this evening. ditto on thursday. cooler friday but less wind. and then warmer for saturday through the holiday on monday. >> before we go, we have a little birthday shoutout in walnut creek. he is a big time viewer and the father of a good friend of mine, john, 91 years old today. happy birthday, john.
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