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good morning, it's monday, october 5, i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone, i'm frank mallicoat. time now is 6:00. a san francisco police officer is recovering from serious injuries after he got caught between two cars. kpix 5's cate cauguiran is live to explain what happened. >> reporter: frank, they are clearing out the scene here in this neighborhood, they just took down the crime tape, two cars were taken away by told trucks in for evidence, we do know that the police officer certainly had a lot on their hands, just based off of the call that we heard this morning. >> [ screaming ] >> [ inaudible ]
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>> reporter: that whole thing started when officers got a call around -- about a car burglary in this neighborhood near that intersection of mirabella and co-so, when officers got unseen, one officer got out of his car to look for the suspect when the suspect drove into the officer pinning him with the car. he tried to maneuver out of the area but another police car showed up in the suspect ended up hitting that car in an effort to get away. he felt and officers arrested him without incident. police say there may have been to other people involved, they were detained from this area. but as you can see behind me, mirabella avenue, very difficult to get around here, a pretty narrow street. as for the officer who was injured, we are told he sustained injuries to his leg as well as may have suffered broken ribs but is going to be okay and in stable condition. reporting live in san francisco, cate cauguiran, kpix 5. today students and staff will return to a community college in oregon less than a
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week after a shooting rampage on campus. however, classes will not be in session. chris martinez has the latest from roseburg. >> reporter: members from law enforcement will be on hand at umpqua community college today fall as the campus reopens to students and staff. the semester had only been in session for four days when tragedy struck adding the college to a string of schools rocked by a mass shooting. >> we did not want to be part of the sandy hook club, but we are now members. the senior members are taking care of us. >> reporter: people in roseburg flocked to churches throughout the city sunday to pray for victims and show support for survivors. dozens of worshipers at new beginnings church of god heard pastor scroggins share his story. 18ear-old lacey scroggins was in the classroom last thursday when chris harper mercer entered and began shooting. >> and he said "get up, get up", and she was froze to the floor. she played dead. he crossed over lacey and shot the next one. >> i'm doing well and i'm
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overwhelmed by the support that i've gone from everybody. >> reporter: over the weekend military veteran chris mintz thanked well-wishers from his hospital bed. he was shot several times as he tried to stop harper mercer i'm taking more lives. a white house petition is circulating asking president. obama toward mintz the medal of freedom. chris martinez, cbs news, roseburg, oregon. >> the shooter gave the student a flash drive, officials have not said what is on that drive. students are returning to school in tuolumne for the first time since a shooting plot was foiled there. four students from somerville high school were arrested over the weekend. sheriff's investigators say they had a list of students and staff to shoot. the four have contest and an assembly will be held with the student body to talk about what happened. 6:03 your time, san francisco's 30th annual fleet week definitely today, the
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biggest attraction in the sky, the blue angels, the navy flight demonstration squadron, they arrived in oakland yesterday. >> they take it to another level and fly an extremely close formation in a very dramatic way. so, it takes a lot of practicing those specific skills to make it look as good as they do and make it as precise as they're able to do it. them up before yesterday's arrival in oakland the blue angels delighted the crowd at the air show in san diego. fleet week picks up today at san francisco's waterfront, can't the blue angels and maybe leapfrogs during your show scheduled throughout friday and the weekend, live music, ship towards takes place, sunday and monday a lot of men in uniform will be walking the streets of san francisco . >> very true. roberta's favorite time of year, gianna. >> i heard. i think it's all of our favorite time of year. traffic will get busy on the weekend especially friday through sunday so keep that in mind. it is busy on the east sure
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free bound -- we have an accent, number two lane blocked come already seeing backups beyond highway 4, you'll need a few extra minutes, pack your patience, westbound sluggish as you head toward the maze, and backed up at the bay bridge, metering lights are on approaching the bay bridge also bears logo right now. if you're heading along 880 this morning or plan to catch 880, so far it's a lot better, northbound doing well, we had some really delays near marina for roadwork that is cleared. traffic moving along nicely in both directions through the nimitz. want to get past that portion, past 238, that's when you see brake lights heading into hayward and across the san mateo bridge that particular bridge looks pretty good heading into foster city. here's roberta. good morning, everyone. as you head out the door this morning, i don't remember the weather in the past 20 years the weather been so conducive for fleet week. we don't have the problems with the low ceiling and fog, blue
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angels able to get on up in the sky today and we will see quite a show as they practice their manure -- maneuvers. are looking out toward that water that is calm, when down 5 miles per hour, temperatures in the 50s and 60s, santa rosa jumped him to 57 degrees, had dipped down to 53. numbers will be spot on , numbers approaching 70 in pacifica, 70s around the peninsula, jamming up to 80, 81 degrees in gilroy. upper 70s in morgan hill in the eastern portion of our bay area, number stocking up to 80 in black hawk, danville, pleasanton and all the way into the brenda wood, tracy and discovery bay area, 60s beaches, northbay 70s, 75 in the sonoma, then reaching the 80s toward the winter area. we have the full forecast coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. >> thank you. governor. brown has vetoed three bills aimed at tightening restrictions on drones. the bills would have banned
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drones over schools in session as well as prisons and jails. it would have also given firefighters immunity for disabling hobbyist drones. time is running out for the governor. to send those sent to his death, he has until wednesday to decide on a controversial bill that would legalize physician-assisted death for terminally ill patients. supporters of the bill were inspired by the story of brittany maynard, the uc berkeley graduate moved toward into and her life last year. heavy storms and flooding expected again today in south carolina. the coast guard and local agencies have made hundreds of rescues including a woman and her 15-month-old baby here. they were trapped in fast- moving floodwaters near charleston yesterday. rainwater totals over the weekend ranged from 14 inches to 2 feet of water. so far at least five storm related deaths have been reported in south carolina. still no sign of an american cargo ship lost during her co-, the ship's last known location was near crooked island in the bahamas on
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thursday when it sent out a distress call, the same area where debris was found on saturday. a coast guard crew recovered a life ring from the ship called el faro. search teams found a 225 square mile debris field from that ship. >> we are out there looking for anything that may give us an indication of where the ship may be or where it happened, or those savers that were aboard a life raft. >> 33 people were aboard the ship, 28 were americans. the ship was heavily loaded with containers and had set off from florida last tuesday headed toward puerto rico. today, benicia teen charged with killing three family members is expected to be arraigned in el dorado county courtroom. 16-year-old nolan buchanan is accused of killing his father, his father's fiancee and eight- year-old half-brother. prosecutors believe he shot them at their cabin in the sierra foothills last month
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before burning the cabin down. newly released surveillance video shows a violent home invasion in san francisco. the images from last monday show a man struggling with an armed robber in a garage on la playa street. the victim finally managed to snatch the handgun from the robber who was then able to run off. san francisco police hope someone will recognize the suspect in this video. time now, 6:09. the shooting rampage at an oregon community college has reignited the gun control debate and some of the leading presidential candidates are now laying out their plans. >> reporter: the warriors are playing san jose tonight, and yes, they brought the championship trophy with him. i'm kiet do, we've got a live report coming up. >> i am going to be so there. no, we are here right now in the kpix weather center. good morning, we will talk about blue skies for the blue angels. angels. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,n
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care for your car. good morning, 6:12. welcome back to kpix morning news, taking a look out toward san francisco, at least the skyline as seen from oakland. temperatures are universal, into the 50s and low 60s. we've got the forecast minutes away. details are emerging about four firefighters terrifying experience during the valley fire. they took shelter in a metal garage last month when flames overtook them on cobb mountain. they struggled to get their shelter blanket out, the heat is so intense, plastic covers melted and force one firefighter to share a blanket with another. all four men suffering second- degree burns but all are expected to recover. today, hillary clinton plans to unveil new gun-control proposal. she vows if she is elected president she will use executive power to strengthen background checks on gun buyers. should also expand background
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checks for sellers at gun shows and banned domestic abusers from buying guns. she would also push for repeal of legislation that shields gun makers and tailors from most liability lawsuits. vice president joe biden could make a decision on a presidential run in the next week. people familiar with his plan tell cbs news he's leaving toward entering the presidential race. on saturday night he gave the
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>> reporter: good morning, we are live here at sap center, miles away from oracle the arena but this is still golden state territory. the championship team will be suiting up for the first time since their big win at the end of last season. the last time we saw the team was at media day last week where the off-season was short and sweet, just how they like it. many team members spend the time visiting schools, volunteering and doing community service, for steph curry, it was a busy summer with the birth of his second son, ryan, and balancing work and home life. >> the guys, including myself, have had a summer to get away from the game and refresh our minds and bodies. so, i don't think, you know, fatigue or the short turnaround from during the summer was going to have any effect on us and we are going to be ready to go. >> reporter: you can see the trophy here in san jose at city
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hall starting at 11:30 this morning. tipoff for the preseason game here at sap center at 7:30 tonight. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> based are playing in about two or three weeks for keeps, october 27. can you believe christmas is out, halloween is out, it's that time of year. >> 11 fridays left before christmas. >> oh, goodness. that will stress anybody out. >> christmas is on a friday. let's check the roadways. that your shopping started, people. westbound 80 as you work your way nearby noe valley rd., we have reports of an accident blocking the number two lane, the vehicle lost its tire, flipped over to the right side of the runway, it'll take a few minutes to toe that car out of lane, already caused a backup well beyond highway 4 at this point, it's business as usual, westbound sluggish as you work your way toward the bay bridge, i it's from the cartoonist bridge to the mains, maize batch of 580 them all
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approaches are slow and the metering lights are on. sluggish on the incline as well. southbound 880 has been troubling as well, along nimitz freeway it is improved near marina because of an earlier roadway issue, things are slow southbound as you had passed to 38 toward hayward, sluggish as well into fremont. once you get across the san mateo bridge, 14 minutes between 880 and 101, that is bearable. taking a look at traffic on the south bay, northbound 101, seeing break lights as you work your way toward them story and mcleish, also northbound guadalupe bay park, we are seeing yellow indicating sensors dipping below 48 miles an hour, 380 as you head into san francisco, traffic is clear. early flight to capture at sfo, no problem at all, they'll only take you 19 minutes this morning. and, taking a look at the dreaded pass, 26 minutes altamont pass stop and go conditions coming away from 205, busy there all morning long, sluggish as well as you
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catch the dublin interchange, antioch also slow as you work your way westbound from the antioch bridge into pittsburgh. here's roberta. >> gianna, i thought for sure you would be talking about those limited edition steph curry bobbleheads that they are giving away to the first 10,000 fans showing up at sap in san jose as the warriors play host to the raptors. i'm all over that. good morning, here's our live weather coverage looking out for levi stadium and minetta international airport. the planes are lined up, no reports of any local airport delays pretty temperatures in the 50s and 60s, clear skies and winds are calm under 5 miles per hour. we do have some low clouds gathering near the cinema and santa cruz coastlines, otherwise wind pretty much all day out of the southwest 10 miles an hour. sunshine and warm conditions by midweek. kickstart with this, our satellite radar, this is one energetic area of low pressure,
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have not seen anything like this in such a long time coming yesterday alone it produced thousands of lightning stripes -- strikes throughout the san joaquin valley area backing into kings canyon and high sierra, precipitation still falling around the california mountains and deserts, otherwise that area of low pressure will eject. here are the clouds gathering at the sonoma coast at this hour. notice by tonight in the evening hours, we will see the clouds work their way underneath the golden gate bridge and slip into our inland areas. otherwise in between, ample sunshine today and tomorrow and mild conditions. high pressure over the eastern pacific and with the departure of that area of low pressure it will not its way into the bay area and by midweek we will see the warm-up kickstart through friday, perfect conditions for fleet week right here in the bay area. low 80s at the state capital today, 86, one of the warm spots around the state in ukiah, mid-60s with a lingering shower in the greater like tahoe area, here is your sunup and sundown, 60s and 70s for the most part, away from the
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bay, talk about temperatures approaching 80 degrees in pleasanton, danville and black hawk, working its way through brenda wood, and low 80s and cloverdale area into clearlake. that's the outside number, 70s around the bay, 60s at the beaches, 70s and blue skies for the blue angels. make it a great day, everyone. >> thank you. time now is 6:20. the pilot program allowing local corporate shuttle buses to use muni stops is complete. and the report gives an indication as to whether it will become permanent. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up there were six lead changes in the altamont pass changes in the altamont pass but who had the lead last? ,,
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good morning, the raiders were favored to win in chicago yesterday, looking for their third win of the year matching their total of all of last season, jay cutler returned after being sidelined last week with a hamstring injury, less than a minute to go, bears down one, jay cutler hits along the sidelines to get chicago into field-goal range, and two plays later, robbie gould from 49 yards out, it is good, the bears beat the raiders, 22-20, oakland drops to 2-2. aaron rodgers and the packers have had their own version of magic showtime lately, green bay had a six minute opening drive and half of it seemed to come on this play, rodgers to the fellow cal alum richard rogers, his only touchdown no pass, as for colin kaepernick, another rough day at the office, touchdowns, interceptions, sacked six times, the 49ers
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have lost three straight. the rockies scored seven runs in the ninth to come back and beat the giants 7-3. san francisco finishes the season 84-78 and the season also came to a merciful and for the a's, they lose in seattle 3-2, they finish with the worst record in the american league at 68-94. i don't have a lot of good news to report but, how about the gridiron football teams? you've got cal, they are 5-0, they went again and stanford now ranked 16th in the aap. college on the way up, local football teams pro wide on the way down. i'm dennis o'donnell, see you tonight. >> you've got it, cal at utah prime time, let's do a little more football, play of the day, all day affair, g-men in buffalo, straight out of the wwe, defensive end mario williams is going to say take that to new york running back rashad jennings, getting the takedown. you don't get two points for
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that, you just get the play of the day. buffalo on the short side of the score, giants win 24-10. that is your play of the day. governor. brown gives the green light to a plan eliminating loopholes from the state ban on ivory sales. i'm cate cauguiran live in san francisco where a police officer is recovering in hospital this morning after a burglary suspect and him with a car. car. we will have a listen into ,,,,,
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in a remote village lived raymond. his internal clock was off, so he'd wake people for breakfast at all hours. while most were annoyed by raymond, one man was inspired. to serve breakfast all day with freshly cracked egg, ham, grilled bacon and savory sausage. the loaded breakfast sandwich.
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the campus where a gunman
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killed nine people last week will reopen today, how students and staff are coping with the tragedy. and in the midst of a horrific wildfire season, millions of dollars intended to prevent fires is going on spend. from the kpix weather center, good morning, temperatures back into the 90s, i will tell you when. and if you plan on taking the east shore freeway this morning, look out, big delays also at the big -- bay bridge. >> good morning, i'm michelle griego. >> happy monday, i'm frank mallicoat. a turn of events in san francisco where a police officer was injured on the job. kpix 5's cate cauguiran joins us this morning with the latest development. >> reporter: within the last hour investigators wrapped up assessing the scene, there were two told trucks that took away two separate cars, one was the suspect, the other was a police officer badly hurt. this whole thing started because of the call of an
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attempted or glory. >> [ screaming ] >> help! help! >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: here's what we know, san francisco police say they first got a call around midnight about a car break in near mirabella avenue, when a officer got out of his car to patrol, the suspect ended up eating him between a car, then he hit another police car as that car was arriving to the scene but the suspect was not able to get away and police say two other people may have been involved in were detained on the scene. now, we don't know the identities of those two people or the suspect. as for the officer who was injured, police say he may have sustained injuries to his leg and may have broken some ribs
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but is in stable condition this morning. reporting live in san francisco, cate cauguiran, kpix 5. the community campus and organ that was the site of a massacre last thursday reopens today. however, classes will not be in session. chris martinez has the latest from roseburg, oregon. >> reporter: members of law enforcement will be on hand at umpqua community college today at the campus where it is reopen to students and staff. dozens of worshipers at new beginnings church of god heard pastor randy scroggins share his daughter's story. 18-year-old lacey scroggins was in the classroom last thursday when chris harper mercer entered and began shooting. >> and he said,get up, get up", and she was froze to the floor. he crossed over lacey and shot the next one. >> i'm doing well and i'm overwhelmed by the support that i've gotten from everybody. >> reporter: over the weekend, military veteran chris mintz thanked well-wishers from his
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hospital bed. he was shot several times as he tried to stop harper mercer from taking more lives. a white house petition is circulating asking president. obama to award mintz the medal of freedom. chris martinez, cbs news, roseburg, oregon. telephone it has a stricter ban on sales of ivory. governor. brown signed a bill to close loopholes. the old law allowed the purchase and sale of ivory if it was imported before the 1977 state ban. the new law bans all elephant and rhinoceros tusks eared san francisco is the second largest market in the u.s. for ivory tree can't, one woman says elderly chinese people see ivory as a status symbol. >> my parents, they believe in it, they think it's a very valuable. >> i think it's a great thing. there is just way too much poaching going on and got to take care of it. >> violators could face fines up to $50,000 and possible jail time. there are still small exemptions to the law including musical instruments. 6:33. fleet week kicks off today, the men in uniform are here and
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you are delivering pretty good weather. aren't you? >> i can't remember where we've had every single day conducive for the flying of the blue angels. sometimes we have a bank of fog rolling inside the blue angels cannot get their planes in the air. that's not the case this week, delightful weather each and every day. right now of the bit of clouds gathering into the sonoma coast but otherwise look at san jose. okay, you can't tell but the skies are clear. once the sun does make an appearance he will be able to see it better. right now in the 50s and 60s and here's what we can expect today. appetite in san francisco, 70, spot on. 68 in pacifica, 60s at the seashore, up to the high 70s and low 80s from morgan hill to gilroy, eased out of the bay with sunshine temperatures pushing 80 degrees, brentwood, tracy, oakley, discovery bay through mountain house, black hawk, danville and in pleasanton, 60s at the beach with clearing of the skies, 70s in san mateo, 70s through sonoma, napa and glenallen, low
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80s in cloverdale. we've got the fleet week forecast coming up at 40 minutes after the hour. but right now, how was that 5k this weekend? >> it was a lot of fun, the bridge to bridge, thank you for asking. checking the roadways along westbound 80, accident in the clearing stages, on the right shoulder, out of lane but the damage has been done, slow and go as you work that westbound side of 80, coming along the bridge all the way to the maze, that's going to take you upwards of 40 minutes. give yourself a few extra minutes. also westbound 37 starting to see a few brake lights as you head over toward 101 this morning. antioch westbound backed up coming off the antioch ridge, brake lights all the way into pittsburgh. might use mass transit this morning, everything is on time, the ferries look good, golden gate bridge not bad, everything out of marion county into san francisco, westbound 92 starting to stack up, we are getting reports of an accident at -- road, two cars involved,
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28 minutes 880 to 101, looks like a 24 minute ride from the altamont pass. 6:35 now. a reported today on a pilot program to regulate corporate shuttle buses in san francisco, the buses which bring their employees to the silicon valley workplaces have drawn complaints from san franciscans. the report says the program has succeeded in addressing their concerns like added traffic influx transit buses, the agency now has to decide whether to make that program permanent. new safety concerns regarding the new eastern span of the bay bridge. the projects lead designer has told the caltrans the main cables are vulnerable to corrosion. these are the cables that run diagonally from the top of the tower. cables are incurred under the roadway and rainwater has been leaking into those anchorages. berkeley engineers say photos clearly show white rest, indications a zinc protective coating might be wearing off.
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>> the problem is that when you have corrosion, you have loss of metal, and eventually in an earthquake it might be enough to damage the cable enough that it could collapse. >> caltrans releasing a statement saying in part, corrosion protection is an issue on every steel bridge. it is not at all unique to the bay bridge. all cables that holds up on bridges are vulnerable. the man suspected in a high profile vallejo abduction is due in court today for arraignment. 38-year-old matthew muller of south lake tahoe faces a kidnapping charge. he's accused of breaking into a couple's home in march, restraining the man and abducting the woman who turned up safe two days later. at one point, vallejo police thought the whole thing was a hoax. san jose fire investigators are looking into what caused a four alarm plays at a san jose shopping center. yesterday morning's fire destroyed the cho center
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market, one of the employees was visibly upset when he spoke with kpix 5. >> maybe i can find another job. yes. but not now. i'm now very, very sad. >> fire also temporary closed several nearby stores which are expected to reopen today. it also forced evacuations of the few homes at a mobile home park. meanwhile tens of millions of dollars earmarked to prevent wildfires in california remain unspent. the sacramento bee says property owners pay more than $300 million through a fire prevention see. but the fiscal year has ended and more than $40 million is left over. some say the state is holding onto it to fight a class-action lawsuit filed by critics who say the fee is any legal tax. storms are expected to continue today in south carolina after a weekend that saw more than 20 inches of rain in some places and led to the deaths of at least five people.
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as don champion shows us, multiple rescues. >> reporter: you could not mistake the look of relief on this mother's face. she and her 15-month-old baby were rescued from fast-moving flood waters by the coast guard near charleston, south carolina sunday. in much of the area, anywhere from 14 to 24 inches of rain fell over the weekend. some roads were no match for all of that water. >> we haven't seen this level of rain in the low country in 1000 years. that's how big this is. >> they just made a mistake. there he goes. >> reporter: even though drivers were urged to stay off roads, some people ventured out. the man behind the wheel of this pickup eventually had to be rescued when his truck got washed away. it was one of hundreds of water rescues in the state over the weekend. in colombia, the capital of south carolina, a dam break flooded major thoroughfares, at least five storm related deaths
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have been reported in the state, this morning, a flash flood watch remains in effect in many areas because even more rain is in the forecast today. don champion, cbs news. >> water levels are so high that officials in south carolina have closed a 70 mile stretch of interstate 95. 6:40 on this monday, the scenic views make mount diablo a popular destination for bicyclists but the ride can be dangerous. how park,,
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6:43. taking a look at our weather watchers, currently temperatures in and around our microclimates in the 60s. he will take a complete look at the news continues. >> thanks, roberta. onto business, san francisco's- based twitter has named a permanent feel. >> here is financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: twitter doing the expected and naming cofounder jack dorsey as its permanent ceo. dorsey has been in that post on an interim basis since july, when then ceo stepped aside. there has been some question over dorsey taking this role because he's also the ceo of mobile payment from square, which is reportedly getting ready to file -- naturally investors would want dorsey to remain ceo of that company. that is the plan right now. dorsey expected to revitalize twitter. the company has been struggling. it has not been able to grow its user base, it has had struggles keeping users engaged for longer periods of time, compared to other social networks like facebook.
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that matters when it comes to advertising dollars. the company's stock has fallen about 25% since costello stepped aside. tesla is on pace to beat its goal of delivery of 50 to 55,000, delivering 11,580 cars in the third quarter. most of those the model s, but the first model x getting included, the crossover signature series was debuted recently. that car is expected to juicy sales even further in the fourth quarter to meet tesla's goals. stock market looking pretty good in the early go after big gains on friday despite that weak september jobs report. dow up 160 points in the early going, nasdaq up, s&p gaining 20 points and twitter shares are moving by about a half percent in the early going of the dorsey news. michelle and frank, back to you. >> thank you. the golden state warriors quest to win back-to-back world
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titles starts tonight in san jose. >> pretty exciting. tonight's preseason contest is the team's first game since the nba finals in june. kiet do is live at sap center where the warriors tipoff against the toronto raptors. kiet? >> reporter: good morning. the warriors will be shown the lot of love to san jose tonight, the first 10,000 fans through the door getting a bobblehead of steph curry wearing a san jose sharks jersey because, why not? the world champion golden state warriors will suit up for the first time since the big win last season. the last time we saw the team was media day where they said the form of the off-season was short and sweet, just how they like it. many team members banded visiting schools, volunteering in doing community service. for dramont green, winning the championship was amazing but so was the wedding of teammate andre iugodala. >> going to andre's wedding was the most fun i've had in a long time. so, that was pretty amazing. i mean, it was, you know, really the first time all of us have really been back together
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since the championship, and, it was in cabo, i have never been to cabo. >> reporter: you can see the trophy in san jose today at 11:30 at city hall. tipoff for the preseason game is here at sap center at 7:30 tonight. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> we like to see some of those pictures from cabo. >> i don't know. might get you in trouble. time for traffic on monday. how are we doing, gianna? >> that looks like a fun wedding. not doing too bad in some spots, want to look out for delays on the san mateo bridge where we have an accident near cooperator over toward the right side of the road but causing a backup, across the bridge, 880 to 101, david stacked up, our other hotspot, backed up well into the maze, a couple of accidents coming off the east were freeway, slow right around -- pretty much berkeley westbound 80 as you head over into oakland, toward
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the maze, 43 minutes for the drivetime. elsewhere if you're working your way across the san mateo bridge this money, this is what you have ahead of you, if you break lights near the toll plaza, in fact sluggish on the westbound side across to 101, 101 not doing too bad at least the portion between 580 and the golden gate bridge toll plaza, that will take you 40 minutes on the southbound side of 101 into san francisco. westbound 37 slow and go, speeds dipping to 7 miles per hour in some spots. give yourself a few extra minutes. westbound 4 out of antioch pretty sluggish all the way into pittsburgh. want to hit the eastern shore freeway commute, you will have break lights there as well. a few good and bad spots, 101 business as usual, starting to bog down a long san jose, guadalupe, earlier problem near taylor now cleared, 85 not doing too bad, highway 17, northbound, a little sluggish as well. here's roberta. i was in southern
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california watching the weather watchers and they got nothing on my weather watchers, not only do my weather watchers have rain gauges, very vital, but they also get up early in the morning and check in with us right here on kpix on our morning news. george san francisco 60, stephen los altos, 60s, mid 50s says kathy investable, and daniel yee, thank you for that photograph, 63 degrees, we now have official sunup taking place as we take a birds eye view of the sky love -- skyland san francisco, 61 degrees. notice the skies, only a few clouds gathering near the sonoma coast, otherwise the wind today less than 10 miles an hour out of the southwest, warmer by midweek. loving this right here, this area of low pressure is so energetic, have not seen anything like this in quite some time. the same system that provided us with lightning strikes over the weekend, getting contra costa and salama counties, it produced 1000 lightning strikes in the san joaquin county area as well as high sierra's for
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now that low is trying to slide out to the east, high pressure builds in, as that happens temperatures will go up by wednesday through the weekend. until then, boy, talking bout temperatures 70s and 80s in the central valley which is below average. we still have some lingering showers through the high sierra's, with the departure of that area of low pressure. currently in the 50s, going up to 71 in monterey bay. sunup 7:09, sundown 6:47. we are losing 2:21 off the daylight hours a day compared to yesterday, each day losing two minutes. 70s around the peninsula, near the 80 degrees today and throughout the brentwood area, outside number will be 81, that will be in cloverdale. mid-seventies at the bay, mid 60s at the beaches, there's the warm up until we are back into the 90s on saturday and sunday. it's fleet week and if you are going to be in the city by the bay, temperatures mid-seventies, lots of blue skies for the blue angels. great day.
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mount diablo, a popular place for a local bicyclists. >> but, as kpix 5's john ramos reports, it can be dangerous. >> reporter: riding a bike up the mountain can be a challenge which is the name of the actual race held there. but there are also times when the greater challenges staying alive. >> when you're doing the downhill you want to be careful coming into the corners because you never know what's around the corner. >> reporter: the problem is vehicles passing slow-moving bikes on blind curves. they move into the oncoming lane right into the path of cyclists always feeling downhill, often at an unsafe speed. it has caused deaths and injuries including an accident just last week were a woman swerved over to avoid having to drive alongside a cliff. experienced cyclists coolest say the danger has become a familiar part of the ride. >> when you're going into corners, you can't become you've got to assume that
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something bad can be around the corner. >> reporter: after a grown number of complaints, park management is continuing to take action. you have posted warning signs and tell drivers entering the park not to pass on corners. but, safety advocates say what is really needed is a double yellow line on curves to drive home the point. >> it's the yellow line. that's what we need. we need no passing on corners indicated on the road. >> reporter: and then on wednesday the parks department announced it had found the money for new signs, double yellow lines, and a safety study. >> is it frustrating that they take so much to do a study of something that everybody already knows? >> isn't it? that's bureaucracy and government at work. >> reporter: of course, the biggest challenge of this mountain may be to get everyone, cars and bikes alike, to slow down and show a little patience. on mount diablo, john ramos, kpix 5. >> there have been three had on accidents involving cars and bicyclists since mid-august. time now is 6:52.
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search crews may be getting closer to finding a ship that vanished during hurricane joaquin. a san francisco police officer is recovering in hospital after a burglary ,,,,,,,,,,
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my name is jamir dixon and i'm a locate and mark fieldman for pg&e. most people in the community recognize the blue trucks as pg&e. my truck is something new... it's an 811 truck. when you call 811, i come out to your house and i mark out our gas lines and our electric lines to make sure that you don't hit them when you're digging. 811 is a free service. i'm passionate about it because every time i go on the street i think about my own kids. they're the reason that i want to protect our community and our environment, and if me driving a that truck means that somebody gets to go home safer, then i'll drive it every day of the week. together, we're building a better california.
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kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. five things to know at the :55, umpqua community college reopens today following last week's shooting massacre but classes will not be in session. the community came together in prayer yesterday to remember the nine people killed. classes and event start again next monday. the coast guard continues to search the caribbean sea for a missing cargo ship. the ship was caught in the form ship -- the ferocious winds from hurricane joaquin, searchers have found what appears to be uses of container along with a life ring.
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28 americans, five others were on board the ship. the u.s. supreme court reconvenes for a session today, the justices are expected to take on high profile cases in with abortion, birth control coverage, public employee unions and affirmative action. the supreme court session usually runs until late june or early july. get ready for fleet week underway today in san francisco, the annual event starts with a disaster training exercise, you can catch the blue angels and the navy leapfrogs during an air show scheduled friday drought the week. today, students return to school in tuolumne for the first time sensation plot was foiled. for students at the somerville high school were arrested over the weekend. sheriff's investigators said they have a list of students and staff to shoot. i'm cate cauguiran live in san francisco for a police officer is recovering after confronting a burglary suspect just based off of this that call, we could tell officers had a lot on their hands.
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>> [ screaming ] help! help! help! >> [ inaudible ] >> reporter: the whole thing started when officers got a call about a car burglary in the angel site heights neighborhood, when an officer got out to look around, the driver drove into the officer pitting him against a car. he tried to maneuver out of the area but another police car showed up in the suspect ended up hitting that car in an effort to get away and he feels. officers arrested him without incident. police say there may have been to other people involved. they were detained on scene. as for the officer, he is in stable condition and suffered injuries to his ribs and legs. live in reporting san francisco, cate cauguiran, kpix 5. taking a look at the roadways, 280 northbound near saratoga, watch out for an accident blocking lanes all the way to 101 680, also northbound
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101 out of san jose into the peninsula, bay bridge back up, new accident reported barton -- use instead. i need a sound effect here. everybody take a look at this. oh. officials at the area, clear skies, good morning, temperatures as you head out the door in the 50s and 60s, wind under 5 miles per hour, will increase to about 10, that's about it, out of the southwest. 60s around the beaches to 70s around the bay, 70s high peninsula then we reach out to the low 80s well inland. similar conditions for tuesday, then high pressure strengthened by mid-weekend that will result in a warming trend each and every day as we approach sunday and of course all of the big activities for fleet week begin on friday. right? >> yes. >> we have the tour boats. what is that? >> friday. i'm not sure. look that up.
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>> we have all of the details on our website. two maybe officers two maybe officers downstairs will good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, october 5, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." torrential flooding only seen once every thousand years. the deadly downpour forces hundreds of rescues in south carolina. the coast guard confirms minutes ago that a cargo ship with dozens of americans on board sank in the bermuda triangle. patrick kennedy is in studio 57. his famous family fuming over what he talked about on "60 minutes." but we begin with a look at your world in 90 seconds.


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