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out what prompted the attack. danielle nottingham reports. reporter: hundreds of mourners filled roseburg's stewart park well past midnight holding candles and saying prayers for the victims. >> we need love and compassion and healing. >> active shooter at ucc. >> reporter: several people were killed others wounded when a gunman identified by authorities as 26-year-old chris harper mercer opened fire in a classroom. the incident sent the small campus into lockdown. >> we weren't even notified. i found out from my dad calling me. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news, the suspect who died in a gun battle with police, had four guns including a rifle and body armor. he allegedly also blogged about violence including the recent on-air murders of two journalists in virginia. his father was visibly distraught when questioned by reporters. >> obviously, it's been a
devastating day. devastating for me and my family. >> reporter: president obama prayed for the victims' families. >> my god bless the memories of those who were killed today. may he bring comfort to their families. >> reporter: authorities have searched mercer's apartment complex as well as the college campus and parking lot as they tried to determine a motive. danielle nottingham, cbs news, roseburg, oregon. >> the gunman lived in southern california before moving to oregon. seen in a photo on his sister's wedding day, law enforcement says he had enough ammunition for a prolonged gunfight when he opened fire on campus yesterday. >> he had mental problems and he was -- he had anger problems and he took medicine for them. investigators are focusing on the suspect activity. a myspace page apparently
belonging to miles an hourer is has a photo of him holding a gun. there are photos of the irish republican army with descriptions glorifying the movement. according to his stepsister he was born in england and moved later to the west coast. >> he meant a lot to me but it's just -- [ pause ] >> all he ever did was put everyone before himself. he wanted everyone to be happy. no matter if he was sad or mad he would always try to cheer up everybody. >> our sister station in l.a. also spoke to a former neighbor who described the 26-year-old as someone who kept to himself. 5:02. a teen from the east bay may go in front of a judge today after he was accused of murdering his entire family. kpix 5's anne makovec is live with more on the evidence that pointed authorities to that 16- year-old boy. anne. >> reporter: i'm here at the family's home behind me in benicia. you can see the lights are on. there's a dog barking inside
and plenty of cars outside. but the 16-year-old son who lived here is in jail this morning now waiting to be arraigned. 16-year-old nolan buchanan was led out of class yesterday and arrested in the deaths of his family. officers say he shot his dad, his 8-year-old half-brother and his father's fiancee in their cabin in el dorado county last month. then set that cabin on fire. investigators say the teenager lied as soon as he was told of their deaths. >> he told the officers that his father -- his father's fiancee molly and his 8-year- old half-brother had driven to the greenwood cabin and that he had stayed behind. >> reporter: officers found evidence though to the contrary. they impounded a white pickup truck they say that nolan was driving. they also found his dad's wallet, his fiancee's purse and a gun in a park near the family's construction business. nolan will be charged as an
adult. anne makovec, kpix 5. 5:03. >> beautiful shot. we love that in the morning. >> those heading into work, go back home! that would make your job easy. [ laughter ] >> that would make for "friday light" for sure. you know, some people work outdoors so they are definitely going to want to know the weather. it's going to be gorgeous, not too hot, not too cold, just right for most folks. here's your current conditions out the door this morning. clear skies, cool temperatures, temperatures in the upper 50s for the most part. 51 santa rosa. 58 livermore. 57 in concord. a look at your weather headlines. you couldn't ask for anything better. clear and cool to start. then sunny and warmer with highs in the 80s and yes, we do need rain so don't worry. it will return. by the end of the weekend we are going to see showers maybe not in the bay area we'll talk more about that coming up but
first a check of the roads. "friday light." >> "friday light" for 101 in the south bay. we start off in santa clara. silicon valley driving looking good for north 101 approaching great america parkway. the taillights you're looking at would be the commute direction where everything is moving well. we have delays this morning for 680 in dublin because of this big rig which stalled out. it's a tractor-trailer sitting out there in the slow lane delaying the traffic in the northbound direction so expect backups now for northbound 680 approaching alcosta. as we go to a live picture of the dublin interchange, west 580 is also going to be slow now leaving the altamont from beyond the 205. we'll have more "kcbs traffic" in a few minutes. a castro valley man is in custody accused of killing his mother and stepfather in their homes. the bodies were found monday morning at the chet woodcrest mobile home park. alameda county sheriff's investigators believe 33-year- old steven thompson used a blunt object to beat them both
to death. the motive is unknown. more trouble at santa clara county's main jail. another case of alleged abuse against an inmate. this time the fbi is investigating. sources say the abuse came to light during the sheriff's investigation of the death of inmate michael tyree last month. three guards are charged with beating him to death. in the latest case the inmate survived but the sheriff asked for the fbi's help to investigate. >> our willingness to bring in an outside agency, i hope, really demonstrates the transparency that we have been committed to providing to make sure that the public has a high degree of trust in what we're doing. >> the sheriff has come under attack by the president of the correctional deputies union lance scimeca who posted a video online criticizing the sheriff for looking into past and present complaints. he is on administrative leave over allegations he sent racist messages to other deputies. uc-berkeley is taking heat over claims that custodial workers were cheated out of
overtime pay. as kpix 5's cate caugiran tells us, some of the criticism is coming from cal students. >> public institution you expect more out of it. >> reporter: students here aware of the labor dispute. >> we come here to learn. it's disappointing to see this. it's disheartening. >> reporter: the focus this time on performance first building services a company contracted by uc-berkeley to provide custodial services during sporting events like football games. workers told the "l.a. times" the company didn't pay minimum wage and issued employee checks under two different names to avoid paying overtime. >> identify with workers knowing we are not getting paid well i like to would frustrate me. >> reporter: these new allegations are fueling outrage. >> the university has enough funds to be able to pay these workers decent wages. and i think it's a little outrageous. >> reporter: cate caugiran,
kpix 5. 5:07 on this friday. still to come, the old bay bridge is coming down. how caltrans plans to pull it off. >> and it's slow traffic along 680 in dublin a big rig stalled out delaying that commute. i'll have details with "kcbs traffic." >> and we're looking at warmer >> and we're looking at warmer weather today but so
good morning. welcome back. time now 5:11. clear skies, clear and cool out the door. sunny and warm today. i have details coming up. thank you, julie. 5:11 your time. hurricane joaquin pounding the bahamas with torrential rain and winds with uncertainty about the storm's next move. cities up and down the east coast are getting prepared. andrew spencer has more. >> reporter: nothing has shown the immense power of hurricane joaquin like what it has done in the bahamas. as joaquin essentially parked over the country as a category 4 hurricane, forecasters expected it to drop 10 to 20 inches of rain through friday. it's a long trip from the long island of the bahamas to the long island of new york but crews there are already getting ready digging up sand to build dunes hopefully keeping the potential storm surge from flooding the area.
all along the coast cities are preparing for worst case scenarios. at marinas in baltimore, for example, folks are getting their boats up out of the water. >> our biggest worry here in this location is the rise of the water. better to be high and dry than ride it out on the water. >> reporter: others take down and strap down everything else. officials in south carolina keep their eyes on the storm track getting prepared and urging residents to do the same. >> we're all over the city and ready to respond whenever the rain falls where it falls. >> food, water, milk, bread, ice. just the essentials that can help you sustain comfortably as you can be for, you know, couple of day period if necessary. >> reporter: in north carolina, officials have gone so far as to kick tourists off of ocracoke island. mandatory evacuation orders forced visitors to leave. i'm andrew spencer reporting. >> california will launch an investigation of volkswagen's cheating of emissions tests.
27 states have started a joint investigation already. the decision to conduct a separate probe means attorney general kamala harris can apply california's more strict environment laws. this follows revelations that volkswagen installed software enabling diesel cars to pass tests but exceed pollution limits on the roads. caltrans has secured the final permits to demolish the largest pier on the old bay bridge. with all the required agencies signed off, tower e3 of the old eastern span will soon come down. small charges will destroy the five-story, 20 million-pound tower and cause it to implode. >> the reason we are implode it will drop into the caissons, watertight structures that are hole low. >> caltrains has already started preparing for the implosion scheduled for november 7. and i would imagine they will have a couple of
cameras on that, too,.. >> especially on a friday! >> crack open a bottle of sham pan any. northbound big rig stalled out. looks like it is being cleared up from lanes. at one point we had slow traffic looks like a lot of that traffic is moving through the area. looks like chp cleared it up from lanes. westbound traffic will be slow from 205 approaching vasco but since it is a friday, it is lighter than usual, for 580 through pleasanton. no brake lights there. 18 minutes between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. there is roadwork at the bay bridge if the noncommute direction and at one -- in the noncommute direction and at one point overnight it caused backups. three lanes of traffic are shut down until 6:00 approaching the island this morning. the commute direction on the
toll plaza no big delays leaving oakland into san francisco. good shape for san francisco freeways no accidents in the city. southbound 880 slow in the san leandro area, approaching davis because of late roadwork. so expect delays traffic extremely heavy approaching davis down to 7 miles per hour. past that traffic does okay approaching the san mateo bridge. our first bart trains are out of the yard on time. no delays reported for the ferry, caltrain or ace trains. got a pretty impressive forecast today a little something for everyone in this forecast. checking in with your current conditions out the door, clear skies and temperatures in the 50s and 60s areawide. 57 in concord. 59 oakland. 59 out the door in livermore. 56 in san jose. your weather headline for today as promised, clear and cool to
start and sunny and warmer today. we are going to see temperatures in the 80s. a beautiful day to head outside. but a chance of rain is returning by the end of the weekend. so we'll get a little more rain before we're done. those are the showers that we saw over the last couple of days well off to the east. high pressure building over the pacific. as it does, so do our temperatures for today. and still nice for saturday. but saturday night into sunday, another area of low pressure drops down out of british columbia. and that's going to bring with it a chance of showers, cool blustery conditions for sunday. maybe lingering into monday. certainly more cloud cover. right now futurecast painting most of the rain to the east and the south of the bay area. but we are going to stay unsettled. a chance of showers throughout the bay saturday night into sunday could see a little snow in the sierra fingers crossed for that. we could use that. high temperatures today though beautiful. 85 in fairfield. 84 concord. 69 pacifica. 74 san francisco.
so again, sunny and warm today. transition day on saturday. sunday, chance of showers, but most of us really going to see cloudy conditions blustery cool. monday starting to warm back up partly cloudy monday, tuesday and we gradually warm as we move on through the workweek. >> thank you. well, how would you like to be one of these people? beach-goers at half moon bay got quite the treat when a humpbacked whale spouted in front of them. chopper 5 captured a pod of them in the water. warmer bay temperatures may explain why they are so close to shore. new evidence of just how smart dolphins are. a miami heat dancer says her iphone fell into the ocean while shooting a promo with dolphins in the bahamas. the dolphin retrieved it from the ocean floor and returned it to the woman. how great is that? >> that just doesn't look real. that's cool. 5:17 now. u.s. secretary of state general kerry appeared last night on
the -- -- u.s. secretary of state john kerry appeared last night on the "the late show with stephen colbert." how his experience in vietnam had him pursue the iran nuclear deal. >> friends of mine died which might have been averted which decisions were made by people in a position of responsibility i vowed if i was one of those people in a position of responsibility i would do what i could to young men and women in america were never sent to war unless it was a last resort. >> colbert has more political guests lined up next week. senator john mccain and former president bill clinton will be on the show. nobody is perfect but try telling that to one texas teenager. future college student anthony yuhn answered every question correctly on the s.a.t. and a.c.t. and he said he didn't study that much. >> i did look over some notes, um, in the time coming up to
the test. i had some vocabulary that i skimmed over. >> wow. well, he credits his brother and peers for pushing him to get better. >> smart. in a big way. 5:19 has a new plan against the competition. details on what they will stop selling on its website. >> i'm dennis o'donnell. tim hudson makes his final start. we have the highlights and the warriors will be without their head coach. who is going to replace him? answer coming up. >> now it's time to check your bay area job market report. here's cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger with more. >> reporter: next week is customer service week a time to celebrate the many unsung heroes of the workforce. as a front line of companies these workers are vital to almost every organization because they handle customer complaints, process orders and provide information about products and services. customer service reps are employed in nearly every sector of the economy and here in
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101 looking good in the south bay. no traffic approaching great america parkway. 101 moving well the entire length of 101 between the silicon valley and the peninsula. i'll have more "kcbs traffic" for you still ahead. good morning, everyone. the warriors spend the off season celebrating their nba title but not everyone with the team enjoyed their summer vacation. >> to be honest, the last couple of months have stunk for me. it wasn't fun. it wasn't the summer thats of
envisioning with two back surgeries. >> steve kerr is recovering from back surgery. there's no timetable for his return. luke walton is now the head coach of the golden state warriors. tim hudson making his final start before riding off into the sunset. dodgers already had a 1-0 lead when kendrick singled to center and hudson would leave the game to a standing ovation in the 3rd inning. the dodgers would go on to win 3-2 but not even that could spoil hudie capping off a 17- year career. good for him. ben roethlisberger out with a knee injury. steelers playing the ravens, in overtime his replacement michael vick just crushed going forward on fourth and 2. and the ravens quickly got it within field goal range for kicker justin tucker from 52 yards out and how about that? sean harbaugh and the ravens get their first one of the season in pittsburgh. raiders fancy know you want to see oakland fans, i know you
want to see oakland fans win taking chicago right here on channel 5 on sunday. we'll see you with the "5th quarter" following the morning game. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. >> play of the day, we have rangers and angels playing. incredible catch. check this outfielder josh hamilton back and over the shoulder picks it up and, yeah, nice catch. it prevented a run. a run scored because someone tagged up. texas won 5-3. by the way, gave them a play-off berth. the play of the day. 5:25 your time. hackers strike again a data breach on t-mobile puts millions of customers at risk. who may be affected. >> plus, the latest on the gunman in the oregon campus shooting. we are live in roseburg with the details on what may have motivated that attack. >> a 16-year-old boy waking up in ,,,,,,,,,,
that was me, mom. [ laugh ] i thought you said, "that was me, mom." [ laughter ] a suspect is behind bars charged with a murder of a bay area family. the clues investigators found that helped lead to an arrest. >> a major change is coming to the state's sex education curriculum. what high school students will be required to learn under the new policy. >> sunny and warm the story today but a return of the rain is on the way. details coming up. >> traffic flowing well at the bay bridge toll plaza. but there is roadwork which may cost you time on the bridge. i'll have details. >> and good morning, everyone. it's friday, october 2. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. people in oregon and across
the country are coming to grips with yet another mass shooting on u.s. soil. >> the gunman killed 9 people on a campus of umpqua community college in the small town of roseburg, oregon three hours south of portland. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: good morning. this shooting has left this small rural community in shock. students describe terrifying scenes of hearing gunshots after gunshots and still there's no clear explanation why this attack happened. hundreds of mourners filled roseburg's stewart park well past midnight holding candles and saying prayers for the victims of thursday's mass shooting at umpqua community college. >> we need love and compassion and healing. >> reporter: several people
were killed others wounded when a gunman identified by authorities as 26-year-old chris harper mercer opened fire in a classroom sending the school into lockdown. sources say the suspect who died in a gun battle with police had four guns including a rifle and body armor. he allegedly also blogged about violence including the recent on air murders of two journalists in virginia. his father was distraught when questioned by reporters. >> obviously, it's been a devastating day. >> reporter: president obama prayed for the families of the victims. >> may god bless the memories of those killed today. may he bring comfort to their families. >> reporter: authorities have searched mercer's apartment complex as well as the college campus and parking lot as they try to determine a motive. they are calling on the media
not to use the suspect's name but focus on those who lost their lives instead. >> class canceled until monday. the hospitals that receive some of the shooting victims are holding blood drives today. live in roseburg, oregon, danielle nottingham, back to you. >> we did hear remarks from the president yesterday who prayed for the family but he also was frustrated. >> reporter: clearly frustrated and angry once again having to address the nation about a mass shooting this time on a school campus and used that time again to pass gun control legislation and urging voters to push for gun control. the president saying this is an all-too-familiar scene that we see too much and people are
becoming numb to this. something has to change. >> thank you, danielle nottingham in oregon. >> the gunman moved to southern california before moving to oregon. seen in a photo on a sister's wedding day police say he had enough ammunition for an extended gunfight when he opened fire. he spoke to a childhood friend who used to be his step cousin. >> he had mental problems and anger problems. he took medicine for them. >> investigators are now focusing on the suspect's online activity. a myspace page apparently belonging to mercer has a photo of him holding a gun. there are other photos of the irish republican movement. he was born in england and moved to the west coast.
he meant a lot to me. but it's just -- all he ever did was put everyone before himself. he wanted everyone to be happy. no matter if he was sad or mad he would always try to cheer up everybody. >> our sister station in l.a. described a former neighbor who described him as someone who kept to himself. a deadly wildfire at calaveras and amador counties is 100% contained. the "butte fire" burned more than 70,000 acres and destroyed 475 homes. the fire killed two people. the cause is unknown. the victims filed a lawsuit blaming pg&e this week. it is 5:34 on this friday. >> friday! >> here's our forecast. >> perfect forecast. it's the perfect friday forecast. >> all right. >> temperatures in the 80s. plenty of cloudscity of sunshine. rain returning which we need. we have a little bit of everything.
clear skies, cool temperatures as you head out the door. 57 concord. 59 oakland. 57 san francisco. 56 your current temperature in san jose. clear and cool to start but sunny and warmer today with temperatures up from 5 to 10 degrees for some spots inland. but a chance of rain returns saturday night into sunday with some blustery conditions by the end of the weekend. i'll have details on that coming up. liza, how are the roads? >> looking good out there. we have been watching the south bay commute along 101 northbound approaching great america parkway. traffic is doing okay for that northbound drive. still lots of room there on the freeway southbound traffic flowing well leaving santa clara bound for san jose. as we check on the bay bridge commute westbound is slowing down. bridge crews have switched on the metering lights and we know have a delay extending to the 880 overcrossing. do keep in mind for the eastbound direction there is roadwork approaching the island. three lanes are shut down until 6:00 this morning.
traffic is sluggish heading through the construction zone. again this construction zone is in the noncommute direction of the bay bridge eastbound 80. heading for 880 in san leandro we have late roadwork there causing some backups you see for southbound 880 traffic west 92 still flowing well at the san mateo bridge. that's your "kcbs traffic." now to michelle. a bay area teen accused of murdering his entire family could face a judge today. kpix 5's anne makovec is live with more on this case. anne. >> reporter: i'm outside the family's home in benicia where this 16-year-old suspect lived with the family he is accused of killing. you can see there are lights on there this morning. but the 16-year-old is waking up in jail waiting to be arraigned. this is the benicia teen who authorities say shot his family to death in their vacation cabin in el dorado county and burned the place down. nolan was arrested at his high
school yesterday. the el dorado sheriff said the teen lied from the beginning telling investigators he wasn't at the cabin when the family died. >> told his officers that his father, his fiancee molly and his 8-year-old half-brother had driven to the greenwood cabin and that he had stayed behind. >> reporter: but officers impounded a white ford pickup that they believe nolan buchanan was driving and they say his story didn't add up. >> inside the f-150 was evidence contrary to the 16- year-old's earlier statements. >> reporter: and officers found other evidence after the bodies were discovered. his father's wallet, gun, purse, ammo, the news has stunned neighbors. this woman did not want to show her face but she says she knew nolan as a respectful kid. >> a good family, a happy family. and i never thought this would happen. >> reporter: the family's lawyer didn't return our call but when we interviewed her one
week ago, she already seemed to brace for the worst. but that lawyer said there is a legal movement to protect the 16-year-old. and she said that's what we're going to do. we know that nolan buchanan is set to be charged as an adult. live in benicia, anne makevoc, kpix 5. california will become the first state in the nation to require lessons about sexual consent in their high schools. governor brown signing legislation requiring school districts to teach the "yes means yes" policy in place at state colleges. that policy says sex is only consensual when both people stated their willingness. by next year schools will include lessons on sexual violence prevention. more trouble at the santa clara county main jail. there's another case of alleged abuse against an inmate and this time, the fbi is stepping in to help investigate. sources say the abuse came to light during the sheriff's investigation and the death of inmate michael tyree last
month. three guards are charged with beating him to death. in the latest case, the inmate survived but the sheriff asked for the fbi's hope to investigate. >> our willingness to bring in and out said agency demonstrates the transparency we have been committed to providing to make sure the public has trust in what it is we are doing. >> the sheriff has come under attack by the president of the correctional deputies unions. lance scimeca posted a video online criticizing the sheriff for looking into past and present complaints. he is on leave over allegations he sent racially charged messages to other deputies. held experts are pinpointed -- health experts have pinpointed the legionnaire's disease. that outbreak at san quentin prison, two cooling towers had high concentration of the bacteria that causes the illness. the federal report blames the sludge build-up and a heat wave. 81 inmates and four employees got sick last month prompting a
temporary lockdown. hackers have accessed one of the three major credit bureaus compromising the personal information of 15 million people. anyone who applied for t- mobile's postpaid plan last month might be affected. t-mobile used experion to conduct credit checks on its customers. experion is offering t-mobile applicants two years of free credit monitoring and identity protection. amazon is going after two silicon valley giants to boost membership for its video streaming service. let's talk about that. jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com joins us live in new york on a friday. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. we just got a pretty disappointing jobs report from the labor department. it said the economy added 142,000 jobs in september. that's a lot less than expected. the unemployment rate held steady at about 5.1%. wages fell. the markets are in a holding pattern ahead of today's big
jobs report. yesterday the dow was down 12. the nasdaq was up 7. futures before that report were pointing to a much higher open but looking at the big board now, they are pointing to a lower open. so could be an interesting day for the markets today amazon is pulling the plug on sales of competing streaming services. the online retailer will no longer sell apple tv or google "chromecast." it's all because amazon wants to boost membership of prime instant video service and prime is not compatible with apple tv or "chromecast." amazon will continue to sell other streaming devices as long as they do support prime. frank and michelle? >> jill, a should in has some surprising findings -- a new study has some surprising findings when it comes to what's important to people at work. tell us about that. >> reporter: "show me the money" or boost health benefits. turns out in a new survey from glass door more people said
they want benefits and perks instead of more pay. >> i'll take the money. [ laughter ] >> more vacation time? >> vacation would be nice. >> jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com, have a great weekend. >> thank you. time now is 5:42. implosion plans. the old bay bridge is coming down with a bang. how caltrans plans to pull it off. >> and let's take a live look at highway 880 over there in oakland. things are moving along. we'll have traffic and weather coming up.
a little bit of something for everyone in this forecast. coming up. hurricane joaquin continues to gain strength. it's now a category 4 storm as it moves towards the u.s. yesterday joaquin battered parts of the bahamas flooding roads and bringing down trees and properties. forecasters expect joaquin to make a sharp right turn and head north today. the east coast will likely avoid a direct hit. but heavy flooding and damaging winds are expected. caltrans has secured the final permit to demolishing the large pier of the old eastern span of the bay bridge. kpix 5's andria borba explains how it will come down. reporter: what took years to put up will come down in merely an instant. >> it will only take six seconds for the implosion to happen. >> reporter: with all agencies including the army corps of engineers, noaa and fish and wildlife signing off, tower e3 of the old eastern span of the bay bridge will come tumbling down. >> had we, um, used another
method, a mechanical or traditional method, as it's known, we would have been in the bay for months potentially years, having a far greater impact to the environment. >> reporter: with a blast matt thrown over the top and a bubble curtain all the way around on the bay floor small charges between 21 and 35 pounds will destroy five-story, 20 million-pound tower and cause it to implode on itself into holes that already exist. >> the reason we are imploding the pier, it will actually drop into those caissons. they are watertight structures that are actually hollow. >> reporter: around the blast site, a carefully choreographed dance with traffic shut down on the bay bridge, boats at specified distances in the bay monitoring port traffic and watching wildlife to keep them away from the detonation. caltrans has already begun preparation work for the implosion, scheduled for
november 7. on treasure island andria borba, kpix 5. all right. hi. [ laughter ] >> hi! [ laughter ] >> i'm frank. how are you? it's good to see you. >> you didn't get the memo? >> i went with blue. >> i'm the only guy on the set. i should be able to wear what i want, right? >> no. we run things. >> thank you, liza. [ laughter ] >> pull me out of this one. >> we are going to talk about this morning's commute. we start off on this wonderful friday morning over at the bay bridge toll plaza where caltrans is busy. since overnight they have had a few lanes shut down eastbound 80 near treasure island closed until 6:00 this morning. so we just have a couple of lanes open. traffic is going to be slow for the noncommute direction eastbound 80. the commute though westbound at the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights are on and traffic is going to be sluggish from the 880 drive no longer light oakland into san francisco. once you pass this, traffic is okay across the bridge into san
francisco. 20 minutes between the carquinez bridge and the maze. and something to watch out for in san francisco, we are getting reports of a small fire that's visible from 280. so as you travel northbound on 280 approaching the cesar chavez exit you are going to see this off to the right-hand side. no lanes of the freeway are affected. it's more of a visual hazard as you make that commute on northbound 280. expect delays even bigger delays than usual on friday with the giants playing at 7:00. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." here's julie. thanks, liza. starting off clear and cool this morning as you head out the door temperatures slightly cooler than yesterday thanks to the clear skies. 57 in concord and oakland, 57 san francisco. 55 in san jose. so here's what to expect as we head on over the next 24 hours. there are changes -- really the next 48 hours. right now high pressure is building. as it does, our temperatures warming up into the 80s today with plenty of sunshine. but another area of low pressure dropped down out of british columbia saturday night
into sunday bringing showers to the region. shower chances for the bay area right now the weather models painting most of the rain to the east and the south of the bay area-proper. but i think we could zoom so scattered showers in the area. certainly cloudy and blustery, breezy on sunday. going to feel cool very different than what we are going to see today. and here's what we're going to see today. temperatures well into the 80s inland, up 5 to 10 degrees for some spots. 85 fairfield and livermore. 84 concord. 77 in oakland and fremont. 69 your high today in pacifica. 74 your high in the city. sunrise today 7:06. sunset 6:51 this evening. and here's a look at that extended forecast. again, really a lot of changes in store so today, sunny, mild, temperatures in the 80s. tomorrow transition day slightly cooler a few more clouds especially the latter half of the day and then sunday chance of showers around the bay. breezy blustery certainly cool. monday, we begin to gradually warm. going to keep some clouds around for a couple of days.
but temperatures gradually warming into the workweek. back to you guys. a new film offers movie- goers a different kind of terror especially folks prone to vertigo. "the walk" depicts phillip's 1974 tightrope walk between the world trade center towers. camera angles reportedly cause some viewers watching to vomit. one man telling kpix 5 it was hard to watch but he still couldn't look away. >> my stomach was in a knot. my stomach was in a knot and i said, oh, my, i can't believe he is doing it again. i wanted to see him do it again, but i also wanted it to be over. >> sounds good. previews were held in some theaters last night to be released next weekend. it will be available in 3d and imax theaters. another bay area library shut down ,,,,,,
the next round of rain coming up. and heading for san francisco freeways, everything is looking good, still "friday light" this morning. but expect longer delays than usual. we have the giants playing at at&t, 7:15 is the game time. expect longer delays for the 280 extension and along the embarcadero. i'll have more friday "kcbs traffic" for you still ahead. arson investigators are looking into a fire at a planned parenthood center in southern california. wednesday night's fire at the facility in thousand oaks came just six weeks after another arson attack there. authorities say so far there's no evidence linking the attack to the ongoing debate over federal funding for planned parenthood. palo alto's downtown library will be closed today so pest sniffing dogs can check it out for bedbugs. the city is inspecting all four libraries after bedbugs were found last week on furniture at the mitchell park library. more were found at the rinconada branch this week and
both were temporarily closed and treated and will be reinspected. library officials think a visitor is to blame. >> since we found it on the furniture on a chair, it's likely brought in by somebody sitting in the same seat all day long. >> bedbugs are not known to transmit diseases. but their bites cause you to itch. the woman who were -- women kicked off the napa valley wine train are suing for $11 million, a million per woman. all of them are black except for one white woman and they were laughing and having a good time on the august train ride and a manager asked them to quiet down. or they would be removed. they were later escorted off the train and yesterday, the women filed a racial discrimination lawsuit. >> in my wildest dreams never did i imagine that our annual trip to napa would end up with us being kicked into a dirt lot in the hot sun to waiting police officers. >> two of the women say they
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the small town of roseburg, oregon is in shock this morning after a mass shooting on a college campus in their town. the gunman killed nine people yesterday, seven others were injured. the shooting rampage took place on the campus of umpqua community college three hours south of portland. we have the latest. >> reporter: candlelight vigil honoring the victims of thursday's shooting rampage at umpqua community college. according to state police, the 26-year-old man was killed in the shootout with officers but had enough ammunition for a prolonged fight. his father spoke to reporters thursday night asking for privacy. >> obviously, it's been a devastating day. devastating for me and my family. shocked. shocked is all i can say. >> reporter: students describe the horror as the gunman went room to room firing. >> you could hear the people -- you could hear them moving and crying. >> i was terrified. i have never been more terrified for my life ever. >> reporter: the father of one of the victims told reporters what he