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good morning. it's tuesday, november 17. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm maria medina. security at large sporting events is a top concern following the deadly attacks in paris. kpix 5's kiet do joins us live at levi's stadium where today the fbi will lead a large-scale training exercise in advance of february's super bowl. >> reporter: good morning. it's going to be a huge training exercise here at the stadium put on by the fbi. we are talking about s.w.a.t. teams, bomb units, hazmat and medical teams from law enforcement agencies all over the region here. all told that's more than 100 people. it's the most visible sign yet that the bay area's largest law enforcement event is coming and that the paris attacks are on everyone's minds. we still have 82 days until the super bowl but the nfl has already begun ramping up security this past weekend. in justin herman plaza in san francisco the site of the super bowl fan village, more security cameras have been installed and metal detectors are starting to appear everywhere. >> gates -- >> there are going to be secure check points around the entire area. there's going to be 24/7
security. >> reporter: at levi's stadium the 9ers have begun testing the state-of-the-art bag scanner at home games. it quickly scans for things like weapons and alcohol. with five containers operating at once it is supposed to speed up the process. about that big security training exercise, everyone meets here at 11:00 it starts at 1, ends at 4:00. they had invited the media to watch and then couple hours later last night they changed their minds citing security concerns. live in santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. today secretary of state john kerry met with the president of france. they discussed how best to respond to last week's terror attacks that killed 129 people in paris. jonathan vigliotti reports. reporter: in a show of solidarity, secretary of state john kerry met with french president francois hollande in paris this morning. the u.s. pledged to stand by france as the country grieves for dozens of people killed in last week's terror attacks.
>> we're absolutely committed to increasing our efforts in every degree possible and thoughtfully, carefully. >> reporter: kerry's visit comes as france intensified attacks against militants responsible for the carnage. they reportedly bombed the group in syria destroying a command an training center in raqqa. france has invited the u.s. and -- has urged the u.s. to join an international coalition along with russia against isis. despite russia's loyalty to syrian president bashar al- assad. >> i believe it was exceptionally difficult to convince the russians to abandon assad and i think it would be harder to convince the assad government and the moderate opposition to come together. >> reporter: authorities across europe have conducted more than 150 raids as they search for suspects connected to the terror attacks. among them, 26-year-old salah abdeslam who allegedly drove attackers to the bataclan
concert hall. the alleged mastermind behind the operation abdelhamid abaaoud is in syria. jonathan vigliotti cbs news paris. >> today, the french president plans to introduce a bill to extend nationwide state of emergency in his country. it would give police and the military greater search and arrest powers for the next three months. word that one of the terror suspects was disguised as a syrian refugee is prompting concern back here in the u.s. 27 governors say they don't want syrian refugees resettling in their states. all of the governors are republicans except for new hampshire's maggie hassan. president obama set a goal to bring 10,000 more syrian refugees to the u.s. during the current budget year. congressional republicans are trying to figure out how to block that plan. >> most of these refugees are women, young children, as you heard they are investigated for years, usually closer to two years. the question here in washington is whether virtually no risk is
a risk worth taking. with 4 million syrian refugees one in a million could pose a problem. >> here in california, governor brown released a statement saying he will work with president obama to ensure any syrian refugees coming to california are, quote, fully investigated in a sophisticated reliable way. meanwhile, paris's landmark the eiffel tower is open to visitors again and it's lit at night by the colors of france. the tower had been closed for two days after the attacks. among the eiffel tower's first visitors was a student from san jose. >> really happy that all the monuments are slowly starting to open up again. everything is slowly going back to normal. >> security at the 116-year-old tower is even tighter than before. the computer hacker group known as anonymous is joining the fight against "islamic state" terrorists. [ non-english language ] >> anonymous has declared a cyber war telling isis, we will hunt you down! the group's specific plans are not clear but some believe they
could include taking down pro- isis social media accounts and hacking isis bank accounts. and be sure to stay here with kpix 5 for continuing coverage of the terror attacks in france. we also have 24-hour coverage online at cbssf.com. time now is 6:05. let's check in with gianna. pretty busy morning out there. >> it is busy. we still have this major traffic alert along 580 in fact let's go live to chopper 5 right now and show you how bad this backup is. it's a struggle. westbound 580 right at hopyard is where the gravel spill is. three right lanes shut down at 11:30 last night. the damage is done. it's a sea of cars. our mobile 2 stuck in the backup says in some spots it's eight miles an hour. pretty much backed up into livermore. then you have this big rig fire reported westbound 580 right at north flynn. that has two lanes shut down. so you have a break past that but because this is extending so far it's causing major delays out of the altamont pass
this morning so jumping to our maps right now let's show you how bad it is on the drive times there. so that big rig fire is westbound 580 at north flynn. two lanes blocked there backed up into tracy. and we are seeing drive times at about 47 minutes right now. also new problems reported in oakland. more on that coming up am first here's roberta. >> i hit that at 2:30 this morning. it was backed up. 606 out the door this morning, this is the scene, this is just beautiful! we have our live weather camera looking out from san francisco in an east direction towards the bay bridge. we have clear skies. the winds are flat after a blustery day again yesterday. right now 38 degrees in santa rosa to 52 in san francisco. numbers you should expect today, warmer day than yesterday. 60s beaches, 60s peninsula. good morning san jose at 65 degrees throughout the santa clara valley. mid-60s from danville through blackhawk and from san francisco at 65 degrees to santa rosa at 68 through
guerneville and occidental. meanwhile approaching 70 in cloverdale. rain and when you should expect it, details at 18 minutes after the hour. tonight, the oakland city council will vote on a measure to track illegal guns and reduce gun violence. a proposed budget amendment would provide updated technology and staffing for gun tracing efforts. it would also launch a new program for police to respond immediately to reports of gunfire including through shotspotter technology. the vice mayor of oakland has secured a million dollars in funding already. we are hearing from the man who ran on the field during sunday's raider game at the coliseum. apparently exposing a security flaw. he was tackled by a minnesota vikings player and then police put him in handcuffs. 23-year-old man's name is frankie he is espinal. he said he was not drinking and it was just impulsive. >> i was just pumped about doing it. it happened. it wasn't planned. i was just having fun. pretty athletic guy so i just
popped down real quick and it was kind of easy to get to the end zone, yeah. >> he says he was standing alone in the end zone for about 3 to 5 minutes before breaking and running. there he is. the nfl had heightened security at all stadiums before this incident. the main undercover agent in the trial of raymond "shrimp boy" chow is setted to testify today. chow a former chinatown gang leader is accused of racketeering and ordering at least one killing. today the judge will clear the courtroom before the testimony starts. that's because the identity of the undercover agent needs to be kept secret. reporters will still be able to hear the testimony in a nearby room. we have learned a tour bus company had troubles prior to a crash in san francisco that injured 20 people last weekend. records show that the state fined the company city sightseeing for a number of violations in 2007. the company never paid the fine, eventually closed down, then later reopened. >> it appears to be intentional and certainly flagrant. and to know that they serve
over 1.5 million people over the last five years, um, you would expect that a tour bus company would find it in their interests to ensure that their paying customers, um, were as safe as they could be. >> and as for the bus that crashed, the license plate on the bus doesn't match the list of vehicles on file with the state. sources with the state puc told kpix 5 this bus came from new york and was not checked by the chp during the last round of inspections in september. going to take you out live to berkeley. it's berkeley city hall where some of the city's homeless population is staging a sleep- in. they are spending the night in tents on the lawn to protest a new proposal being considered at tonight's city council meeting. the proposal would limit how much the homeless can carry with them by banning personal items like shopping carts that take it up more than 2 square feet --that take up more than 2 square feet. supporters say the restrictions are necessary to keep the homeless from blocking the berkeley sidewalks. but protestors say more new laws will only hurt the homeless people.
san francisco-based uber is about to launch a new feature. it's called destinations geared toward making it easier for part time drivers to pick up passengers during commute hours. it's geared toward making it a little easier for part-time drivers to pick up passengers during commute hours. it enables virtually anyone to be an uber driver. they just enter their destination and an algorithm selects passengers going in the same direction. destinations is being rolled out in the bay area for the first time. time is 6:10. a volatile situation in minneapolis after police are accused of shooting a handcuffed man. details on the case leading to massive street protests coming up. >> reporter: tech shuttle stops like this one in soma will have their fate decided by the board of directors today at the mta. big companies are all on alert. >> from the kpix 5 weather center we're monitoring the winds because it was downright blustery yesterday. i'll tell you just how hard the winds will blow. >> and from the traffic center,
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information on the case and that officer's name. about 50 people were arrested. the future of tech buses that bring san franciscans to and from jobs in silicon valley is now in the hands of transportation officials. jackie ward joins us live from san francisco with more. the mta is expected to vote on whether to approve the shuttle program. >> reporter: that program is the permanent version of the pilot program that was set in place back in august of 2014. that's when the sfmta began monitoring things like a limited number of shared stops for things like timing of stops and ridership numbers. today the board will consider a proposal to extend the program with some changes beyond its anticipated expiration date of january 31, 2016. the shuttle serves tech giants and have been been causing controversy for a while now. [ chanting ] >> we are the people!
>> reporter: opponents say the tech companies are openly disregarding the laws set in place for city bus stops as well as causing rent in the stop areas to skyrocket. and they are posing an increased cancer risk and environmental impacts but a deputy city attorney says the sfmta found a way for muni and the tech buses to coexist and there's no proof that the shuttles are causing displacement. so today the hearing and followed by the vote will all start at 1 p.m. at san francisco city hall. jackie ward, kpix 5. a marin county salmon institute is being evicted from the place it's called home since 1973. san francisco state university owns the property that houses the continue rob salmon institute which -- tiburon salmon institute which raises salmon. the two sides couldn't reach an agreement over safety and finances so the institute is out by september of next year. it costs about $4.5 million to run an ad during the super bowl telecast this coming february but a bay area
business could get a 30-second spot for free. ♪[ music ] >> did you think these were cigarettes? it's my tacos. >> the san francisco company called chubbies makes short shorts. in a contest by mountain view- based intuit it was voted as one of the three to get a free ad on the super bowl 50 telecast. >> we are 18 to 30-year-old guys and every, single one of those people is going to be watching the super bowl. >> the winner will be announced in january. my question is, would you ever wear those short shorts, frank? >> no. i'm more the baggy kind of guy myself. >> i'm a lady of chubb nation. >> are you? >> yes. >> you want to explain? >> just check it out on facebook. [ laughter ] >> that's all you have to do. >> we'll leave it there. >> you are not hip! [ laughter ] >> i'm sorry! i like baggy shorts. how's traffic? i'm going to save you. in fact i wish i could save
commuters on the altamont pass. from chopper 5, we have a big rig still smoking there on the shoulder. they shut down two right lanes westbound 580 at north flynn. this big rig at one point was on fire. again, hopefully the fire is mostly out there and you can see though we still have some smoke there causing a distraction and again big delays there for your altamont pass commute this morning. this happened about 45 minutes ago so you're seeing a backup build through there. we did have another traffic alert not too far from there. westbound 580 at hopyard with a gravel spill that's now been cleared but again that's causing a backup so here's what it looks like. 8 miles per hour in some spots. 6 miles per hour in other spots. backed up well into tracy at this point as you come away from 205. as far as your drive times go, now we're looking at about 48, 45 minutes. so it is improving a bit probably because those lanes are now open westbound 580 at hopyard but again it is causing a big backup there this morning. use alternates if you can. avoid the area also. westbound bay bridge backed up
as well 27 minutes now carquinez bridge towards the maze. metering lights are turned on at 5:30 this morning. you're backed up into the maze at this point. so slow-and-go conditions there. westbound port chicago this accident reported. lanes blocked with injuries. we have a big backup there as you work your way along highway 4 this morning almost to antioch at this point. slow-and-go conditions speeds dipping under 25 miles per hour in some spots. better news southbound 242 at solano that accident cleared. more coming up in a minute. here's roberta. your time check now it is 6:19. taking a look at the clock there, official sun-up is still a good 30 minutes away and we're already seeing a glimpse of what's going to be a day with sunshine, warmer than yesterday. right now numbers from 38 degrees in santa rosa to 51 in oakland. it is now 40 around the tri- valley where the winds are calm. so the temperature has been going down. we have a little bit of a wind that's mixing up the atmosphere, the temperatures in the upper 50s to mid-50s now in
the san francisco area northwest breeze at 8 miles per hour. it is now the north-northwest -- out of north-northwest at 4 miles per hour in vallejo, 5 in napa. winds will pick up 5 to 15 miles per hour this afternoon with the sunshine and the warmer conditions. you can tell that the storm track is well to the north of the bay area because you see where the clouds are drifting. we are under the influence of this huge dome of high pressure. that's diverting the storms well to the north of the bay area but we are seeing the rain showers throughout the pacific northwest. that low just will not make it here because it's bouncing after that huge ridge of high pressure so it's going to remain sunny and mild all week. temperatures mid-60s in sacramento. it is currently 10 degrees in truckee. that's the coldest temperature i have seen so far this autumn season. going up to a high of 51. 40 degrees right now in monterey bay. sunrise at 6:52. by the time it sets tomorrow, temperatures will be in the 60s at the beaches, mid to highway 60s around the bay to nearly 70
inland. we will top off at 72 degrees in our inland areas away from the bay wednesday through saturday. and then it looks like on sunday, monday the dry weather pattern will continue. at this particular time we are looking at a chance, a chance of rain on that big getaway day next wednesday. we'll keep you posted on that. but don't go away we'll be right back after this brief time-out. ,,
good morning, everyone. you got patriots, you got the panthers. and then the bengals. all undefeated. monday night football last night bengals a 10-point favorite against the houston texans. a monkey with a gopro riding a dog. really? i hope the monkey used his camera on this play. bengals leading the 4th quarter
until hopkins makes the one- handed catch. the only touchdown of the game. texans pull off the upset 10-6. after the game jj watt took a shot at the bengals' redheaded quarterback andy daulton. >> our goal is to come out here and make the red rifle look like a red rider bb gun and i think we did that. >> wow! >> ouch! that hurts. 15th ranked cal basketball boasting two of the top freshmen in the country. ivan rabb and jaylen brown. bears leading 22-15 against santa barbara. the senior wallace with 24 points. second half it's now 20-point cal lead. brown gets the steal, brown scored 17 in his second college game. bears win 85-67. that's going to be a fun team to watch as they slowly move up the college basketball ranks. hey, big night tonight. the golden state warriors they are 11-0, could they make it 12- 0? they host the toronto raptors. our sportscast will emanate from there this evening. see you there.
thank you, dennis. play of the day, worth another look. monday night football, bengals, texans, 4th quarter the backup quarterback tj yates throwing up a floater and deandre hopkins somehow the one-handed snare. great catch, better yet, it was the game winner! houston handing cincinnati its first loss 10-6 the final and that's your play of the day . s has ceived countless for his achievements o off the field -- but the next one c top them all. reporter ad libs it is now 6:26. willie mays has received countless awards for achievements on and off the field but the next one could top them all. >> reporter: and we're live here at levi's stadium where in just a couple of hours a huge security training exercise will get under way. ,, ,,
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on whether to accept syrian refugees as a number of his colleagues take a controver stand. governor brown weighs in on whether to accept syrian refugees as a number of his colleagues take a controversy shea stand. >> and a firsthand look at the tornado that ripped roofs off homes in the central valley. >> good morning, everyone. weave less wind in the forecast, details in a couple of minutes. >> and we have a big rig fire causing major delays through the altamont pass plus big bart delays. details coming right up. >> thanks, gianna. good morning, everyone. it's tuesday, november 17. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm maria medina. it's 6:30. security in large public gatherings is taking on renewed importance after last week's terror attacks in paris. kpix 5's kiet do is at levi's stadium where today the fbi will lead a large-scale training exercise in advance of the super bowl.
>> good morning. >> reporter: good morning. these law enforcement teams from all over the region will be here at levi's stadium in just a couple of hours. with the terrorist attacks on everybody's minds, super bowl security is taking on a new sense of urgency. >> reporter: it brauer law enforcement's biggest event in years. super bowl 50 and the week london celebration leading to it. >> obviously, what happened in paris has the whole world paying attention. >> reporter: the nfl and super bowl host committee have already ramped up patrols. >> the nfl stepped up security starting this weekend. you noticed a lot more detection, that will be stepped up many times. >> reporter: san francisco will host the super bowl fan village and tens of thousands of people at justin herman plaza. >> certain amount of nfl fanfest will be up and down market street for camera positioning so that we can have more eyes and more recording. >> there are going to be gates? >> there are going to be secure check points around the entire area. there's going to be 24/7 security. >> reporter: in silicon valley,
you can bet state-of-the-art technology like this will be in place for the big game. this machine was build by a palo alto-based security company. it speeds up the screening process. it has five containers that scan bags for things like weapons or alcohol. the 9ers are already trying out the system at home games. there's going to be a lot of activity and noise here this afternoon more than 100 people including s.w.a.t. teams and helicopters and hazmat will be staging here at 11 a.m. the event starts at 1 p.m. and ends at 4 p.m. this afternoon. they had invited the media to watch but then at the last minute they changed their minds citing security concerns. live in santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. this morning, in paris, secretary of state john kerry met with the president of france. kerry said the u.s. is determined to stand by france as the country grieves for the 129 people killed in last
week's terror attacks. >> absolutely committed to increasing our efforts in every degree possible and thoughtfully, carefully. >> russia's urging the u.s. to join an international coalition along with russia against isis. but that could be difficult because of russia's loyalty to syria's president. meanwhile, russia says it is sure a bomb brought down a plane -- a passenger plane in egypt last month because of its activity in syria. russia's security service said today they determined a homemade explosive device caused the plane to break up in the air. moscow says the explosives were produced outside of russia. isis has claimed responsibility. french investigators believe they know who masterminded the attacks. it would be abdelhamid abaaoud now in syria. investigators say ahboud suggested the concert as an ideal target. there were also electronic communications between him and
one of the paris attackers. paris police report 16 people are arrested and detained since sunday in relation to the attacks. word that one of the terror suspects was disguised as a syrian refugee is prompting concern here in the u.s. governor brown says he is willing to accept some refugees if the federal government can assure him they are fully investigated. more than 20 other governors will block them from resettling in their states. more now from cbs news' don champion. >> you have to leave or flee or you ended up -- you due under torture. reporter: jay abdo and his wife have been starting over. in 2011, the syrians were granted asylum in america. [ indiscernible ] [ crying ] >> reporter: they now live in california but if a growing number of republican governors have their way, other syrian
refugees won't be setting in their states. the opposition comes after news that at least one of the paris attackers got to europe by posing as a refugee. >> the safety and security of people of commonwealth of massachusetts is my highest priority. >> reporter: roughly 4 million syrians have been displaced because of civil war. on the campaign trail, most of the republican presidential hopefuls say they oppose refugee resettlement. >> there are genuine refugees that need to be cared for but they should be resettled in the middle east in majority muslim countries. >> yeah! [ applause ] >> reporter: jeb bush even suggested the u.s. should focus on accepting syrian christians, not muslims, which drew sharp criticism from president obama monday. >> they are being slaughtered in the country and but for you who? >> that's shameful. that's not american. that's not who we are. we don't have religious tests to our compassion. >> reporter: applicants are screened for more than a year by the department of state and homeland security.
don champion, cbs news new york. people in san francisco observed a moment of silence yesterday outside the french consulate expressing their support and sympathy. san francisco and paris are sister cities and they left flowers and wrote messages in a book of condolences. stay with kpix 5 for continuing coverage of the attacks in france. we have 24-hour coverage online at cbssf.com. authorities in stanislaus county said 21 homes were damaged by a tornado that hit denair. the national weather service has now classified sunday's twister as an ef-1 tornado. that means it had winds speeds of 86 to 110 miles an hour. one orchard owner said it uprooted nearly 200 trees. no one was seriously injured. >> you don't think of tornadoes in california. >> on an average we have one tornado within the state of california in the month of
november and 11 annually. >> wow. >> but you're right. we usually don't think california and tornadoes. good morning, everybody. out the door we have less wind, we have some cool temperatures, we have clear skies and you have to take a look at this. it's our live weather camera. it's perched atop sutro tower and we are looking at things we usually can't see because we're shrouded in a deck of low clouds and fog. you can see in the distance there mount diablo in the east bay could see the transamerica building, you can see for miles. right now, 38 degrees in santa rosa 40 livermore, 41 concord. it is now 53 degrees in oakland. temperatures will be warmer than yesterday plus you got to factor in a northwest breeze at 15. at times feeling like a cool autumn day. 60s beaches and mid-60s across the peninsula. good morning sunnyvale at 65. east of the bay climbing to 67 degrees in brentwood, tracy, oakley and in mountain house. numbers will span from 65 in san francisco through the mid- 60s in san rafael. terra linda, petaluma and to
novato and hello cloverdale! 68 degrees. that will be 67 in windsor. full forecast at 48 minutes after the hour. gianna, i got stuck in some of this, this morning. i'm not surprised. it's been a mess. major gravel spill westbound 580 at hopyard. now we have a big rig fire westbound 580 near north flynn that's got two right lanes shut down. you're looking live at chopper 5 right now. a plume of smoke still coming from the big rig. we saw flames just moments ago from the big rig as well causing major delays now. looks like you're backed up at least to central tracy. this is as you commute out of tracy into 580 through the altamont pass. no word yet on when the lanes will be open. expect big delays. use an alternate if you can. fire crews are still on scene. they are trying to work on that trouble spot there. it is carrying a load of cotton clothing so it may take time to get it out of lanes. on the maps, you can see our drive times, 27 minutes, that's because everyone is being stuck there at north flynn. past that things improve towards the dublin interchange. i want to let you know also about some major bart delays.
we have equipment problems on the fremont line. no third rail power between fruitvale and the coliseum. they are single-tracking causing major delays fremont line as well as the dublin line and bart is recommending other means of transportation. two alameda county sheriff's deputies say they are getting death threats since the release of video showing them hitting a suspect with batons and their fists. the deputies filed a "cease and desist" order to prevent their names from being made public. an attorney for the accused car thief stanislav petrov wants the deputies charged with assault. >> his face is swollen and his hands are swollen and it appears he has broken bones in both arms. >> the sheriff's department says the deputies are under investigation. the surveillance video is from thursday in a san francisco alley where deputies caught him after a high-speed chase that began in san leandro. investigators say a gun and drugs were found in his car. hundreds of sonoma county workers set to stage a one-day strike today.
they are members of a union which represents more than half of the country's employees. the contract expired at the end of october. the issues include pay and benefits. county offices will remain open today, though, but people can expect delays in services there. well, a much deserved honor for a bay area baseball legend certainly one of my favorites. >> oh, yeah. well, the white house announced san francisco giant hall of famer willie mays will receive the presidential medal of freedom this month. this is video of him and the giants meeting the president after their 2014 world series win. the say hey kid is the fifth on the all time home run list of 660 probably best remembered for the catch and over the shoulder grab in deep center field during the 1954 world series. willie is now 84. time now 6:40. investigators have serious questions about a tour bus company after a crash near union square including concerns about a so-called ghost bust. >> and the warmer ocean waters are driving these rare sea
a low level overall. here now is kcbs radio's ial reporter jas business news. the consumer price index rose a bit in october but inflation still at a low level overall. >> here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. inflation just hasn't really moved a whole lot over the past year. and the labor department says in october it was up only two- tenths of a percent. however, that was the rebound after declines the prior two months. now, if you just look at the core rate, which strips out gas and need, the gas prices have fallen big time over the past year. the core rate was up by 1.9%. that's close to the fed's 2% target when considering moving rates higher at its december
meeting. pandora is reaching across the bay for the latest acquisition. the oakland-based internet radio firm is buying key assets from san francisco's ardio, a 7- year-old firm that's going bankrupt to get approval of the $75 million deal. pandora says it will use technology installation lectual property and also -- intellectual property and some employees from ardio to create new features at pandora over the next few years. they are facing pressure from other companies getting into music streaming including apple music's launch this year. stock market got a nice rebound in yesterday kind of a flat start this morning. home depot and walmart trying to help out with solid earnings. let's check the dow, down 5. nasdaq is up by 1. the s&p is down by 1. back to you. >> thank you. kpix 5 has been looking into that company that operated the tour bus that crashed in
san francisco on friday and there are some red flags. more than a dozen people were injured friday after the bus careened out of control and became entangled in construction scaffolding. six people are still in the hospital, four with critical injuries. andria borba has more on the bus company's past. >> reporter: this is the moment friday's mayhem began. this is surveillance video from a hotel. while it's tough to see that blob in the middle of the frame is a bicyclist getting hit by an out-of-control double-decker bus. it wasn't until two blocks later slamming into a construction site at post and stockton after ricocheting off cars and pedestrians that the bus finally stopped injuring 20 people. a look at the records shows the state puc fined the company city sightseeing for a number of violations in 2007. but city sightseeing never paid the fine. the company eventually closed down and reopened under an employee's name. >> it appears to be intentional and certainly flagrant. and to know that they serve
over 1.5 million people over the last five years, um, you would expect that a tour bus company would find it in their interests to ensure that their paying customers, um, were as safe as they could be. >> reporter: we have also learned the license plates on the bus didn't match the list of vehicles on file with the state. that's called a ghost bus. and sources with the puc tell kpix 5 that this bus came from new york and wasn't checked by the chp in the last round of inspections in september. >> we need to make sure that our rules are followed. we need to make sure that the regulating agencies have done everything they can to make sure that ghost buses are not traveling on the streets of san francisco and around the state of california. >> reporter: in a statement, city sightseeing said they inspect their buses every 45 days and that the bus in question was last inspected on october 25. now, a preliminary investigation into the cause of the crash seems to point toward a mechanical failure of the
brakes. in union square, andria borba, kpix 5. bart passengers will have to pay more to park at stations. starting december 3 it will be $3 at millbrae. concord and north concord stations will go to $2. and it will be $1.50 at the coliseum station. 6:48. let's go straight to gianna. >> loss of traffic trouble this morning. bart right now we have major bart delays for the fremont and dublin lines. the problem is on the fremont line between fruitvale and the coliseum. they have no third rail power. it's causing single-tracking through that area and major delays for that equipment problem. bart is recommending using other means of transportation. so we'll keep you updated on that. we'll jump live to chopper 5 right now. we have a look at this big rig accident. we have had our eye on it all morning long. westbound 580 right at north flynn, you can see a lot of smoke still coming from that big rig this morning. it happened about 5:00 this morning. the big rig was reported on fire, eventually flames were
being seen from the big rig. two right lanes still shut down causing major backups now backed up to nagely road into central. slow westbound 580 through the altamont pass. on the maps, your drive times past that have really improved quite a bit. 18 minutes westbound 580 altamont pass to 680. that earlier gravel spill has now been cleared. so things are better if you are headed towards 680 this morning. not the case for the bay bridge. we have two central stalled vehicles reported one near the incline, one near the tunnel. also reports of debris in the road near the bay bridge. so that's causing some backups there, as well. metering lights are on. you're backed up into the maze now as you work your way towards the bay bridge. south 880 at mission boulevard, injury accident here with an overturned vehicle. the vehicle did land on its tires but tow crews now headed to the scene, chp is also there. no lanes blocked but a good backup as you work your way through there. let's get a look at the forecast with roberta. debbie downer! >> i'm just the messenger! >> you are.
[ laughter ] >> just turn 6:50. looking at our weather watchers. you know what's getting scary? like knowing their sleeping patterns. for example, right here 50 degrees steve, he is with us all morning long beginning at 4:30 a.m., and we thank you very much, steve! meanwhile, over here, this is going to be darrell at 6:20. he wakes up at 6:20 to check in at alameda. linda 41, linda just never sleeps! she just doesn't thanks for checking in and being part of our weather watcher program. out the door this morning, we have clear skies from the north bay in napa through the bay area. look at that! visibility is unlimited as we take a bird's-eye view towards the golden gate bridge this morning. 53 degrees in san francisco. it's 38 in santa rosa. good morning, concord, at 41 degrees. the winds have been relaxing out of the north at 7 in oakland, calm winds right now around the mountain view area. we have a bit of a breeze in novato out of the north and northwest at 12 miles per hour
and the winds are slight in napa. now, here's what you need to know today. the winds are dialing back. but they will increase this afternoon out of the northwest 10 to 15 miles per hour. so chilly mornings each day this week and above average temperatures beginning today all the way through saturday. sure, we have some clouds trying to drift in. all associated with an area of low pressure to the north of the bay area. but the jet stream is too far north, high pressure -- this is a huge strong ridge that's going to divert storminess well to the north of the bay area. it's going to keep us sunny and mild and dry all week long. 66 state capital today through redding. 49 in the high sierra, where currently it is 10 degrees in truckee! that's the coldest temperature there so far this autumn season. today temperatures in the 60s. below 70, barely. 69 in santa rosa. otherwise, it's a gradual warming trend on wednesday through saturday. next chance of rain computer models are now saying may be next wednesday and frank,
that's that big getaway day so we'll keep you posted. >> everyone getting ready for turkey day. 6:51 your time. warmer water in the ocean has led to the toxic algae bloom that forced the delay of the bay area crab season. now another possible effect. sea turtles swimming far from home. an angler on the san joaquin river in stocked posted a video -- in stockton posted a video on social media seeking confirmation. validation came from the turtle island restoration network in marin county. >> there's no doubt in my mind this is an eastern pacific green sea turtle. i have never seen anything like this in all my years of working with sea turtles which is some 30 years. >> that turtle apparently went into san francisco bay and is now heading east. the creature normally lives in the warmer more tropical waters of central and southern mexico. it is now 6:52. hundreds of protestors shut down a major interstate as anger over a police shooting has a new flash point.
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hollande today... saying ths stands with france through also secretary of state john kerry met with french president francois hollande today saying the u.s. stands with france during this difficult time. he pledged to work with french and russia forces fighting isis in syria. the mastermind is on the loose. news that one of the attackers may have come into europe as a syrian refugee is creating terrorism concerns in the u.s. in a video that surfaced yesterday isis allegedly threatened to attack washington, d.c. dozens of governors say they will try to prevent syrian migrants from settling in their states.
arrests in minnesota during protests over a police shooting. hundreds of protestors shut down an interstate near downtown minneapolis. witnesses say jamar clark was handcuffed when police shot him over the weekend. the main undercover agent in the trial of raymond "shrimp boy" chow is set to testify today. chow a former chinatown gang leader is accused of racketeering and ordering at least one murder. the judge will clear the courtroom to keep the agent's identity secret. some of berkeley's homeless spent the night in front of city hall to protest new rules up for a vote in tonight's council meeting. one would ban large personal items like shopping carts from the berkeley sidewalks. opponents say new laws won't help the homeless people get the help they need. i'm kiet do at levi's stadium where in a couple of hours law enforcement teams from all over the region will be coming here for a training exercise sponsored by the fbi. we are talking about s.w.a.t. teams, bomb units, hazmat and medical teams from law enforcement agencies all over the region here. all told that's more than 100 people.
it's the most visible sign yet that the bay area's largest law enforcement event is coming and that the paris attacks are on everyone's minds. we still have 82 days until the super bowl but the nfl has already begun ramping up security this past weekend. in justin herman plaza in san francisco the site of the super bowl fan village, more security cameras have been installed and metal detectors are starting to appear everywhere. >> there are going to be secure check points around the entire area. there's going to be 24/7 security. >> reporter: at levi's stadium the 9ers have begun testing the state-of-the-art bag scanner at home games. it quickly scans for things like weapons and alcohol. with five containers operating at once it is supposed to speed up the process. about that big security training exercise, everyone meets here at 11:00 it starts at 1, ends at 4:00. they had invited the media to watch and then couple hours later last night they changed their minds citing security concerns. expect no, sir an activity.
-- expect noise and activity. live in santa clara, kiet do, kpix 5. from chopper 5 we see a big rig fire in effect. you see a lot of smoke coming from the big rig westbound 580 north flynn. two lanes completely shut down and lots of smoke. traffic backed up into tracy. bart delays fremont, major delays for equipment problems on the fremont line. use other means of transportation for the fremont and dublin lines. good morning, everyone. currently 38 degrees in santa rosa. it is 39 degrees in livermore. it is in the low 40s in concord and meanwhile, good morning, san jose, at 44 degrees. we are looking towards, boy, look at that clear sky out there! from our mount vaca cam, that's just how far you can see visibility is unlimited. temperatures today across the bay area in the 60s from the coast through the bay into our inland areas. the extended forecast, calls for a string of sunshiny days each and every day all the way
through the weekend. today's the beginning of a gradual warming trend. we'll top off the in the 70s tomorrow through saturday. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com good morning to our viewers in the west. it is tuesday, november 17th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news, russia shah confirms a terrorist bomb brought down a passenger jet in egypt. it vows revenge. dozens of new raids in the search for suspects in the terror attack in paris. we begin with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90