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the scene on the investigation and the shooting that could be related. anne. >> reporter: two people a man and woman very bad shape this morning in the hospital. you can see this intersection behind me is blocked off in berkeley. this is the intersection of tremont and prince. very close, though, to the border with the city of oakland. police got a report of gunshots fired here at about 1 a.m. and when they got here they found a man collapsed on a nearby porch. he had been shot several times and soon after, a woman who had also been shot was dropped off at alta bates medical center. police say this shooting was targeted. it was not random. they cannot say yet though if it is connected to a shooting on nearby delaware that happened yesterday. that happened in broad daylight. a man walked up to another man outside of a liquor store near san pablo avenue and shot him then took off running. he is still on the loose this morning. and police have not been able to release any sort of suspect description in this case either
as they continue their investigation. they say that this intersection will be blocked off until about 7 a.m. live in berkeley, anne makevoc, kpix 5. tension along interstate 80. the gun violence that's plagued the freeway is back. as kpix 5's andria borba shows us, the frightening encounters can happen in daylight. reporter: another day, another shooting on eastbound i- 80. this latest incident happened in the thick of the rush hour commute when a green toyota pulled up alongside a woman driving near fitzgerald and a passenger in the back pointed a gun at her and then fired multiple rounds in the air. >> you got to look out. you never know. >> reporter: the woman wasn't hurt. but it's the latest in a series of shootings on the freeway. look at this map. each red dot represents an incident, university avenue, vallejo and the others between san pablo dam road and appian way. >> a lot of people say it's [ -- a lot of people say it's gang-related. i'm not sure. >> reporter: detectives say the
shootings are in fact gang- related. nine people have been injured since october. officers say two of them were innocent bystanders caught in the crossfire. two weeks ago someone shot the driver of this car, who then drove off the freeway and died. drivers tell kpix 5 they don't feel safe anymore. >> not so much after another one of the that's scary. i go to school and i take the hilltop exit for school every day. so that's really concerning. >> reporter: once again, the chp is asking for your help if you saw anything. call them to help with the investigation n pinole, andria borba, kpix 5. it is 6:02. time to check the roads with gianna. how we doing? >> we have a trouble spot in san jose. a big rig and car, car may be overturned. chp is on scene one lane blocked. delays approaching the scene. busy on the northbound side of 101 out of san jose. so give yourself a few extra minutes.
northbound 280 no troubles. guadalupe parkway holding steady in the green with no delays. another trouble spot northbound 101 right at ellis. we had an accident, a tire stuck in the road. so there's some activity there in the two right lanes. chp working to clear that over to the right side of the roadway. and bart delays continue about a 10- to 15-minute delay between lake merritt and fruitvale. that's some earlier track maintenance in the east bay direction. the rest of mass transit no delays to report. not the case at the bay bridge, though. metering lights are on. you're backed up to the maze and seeing delays coming off the eastshore freeway as well as 580. but sunny skies ahead! here's roberta. >> people have been behaving better on the roads. >> it seems like it. let's hope it stays that what i. >> the weather is behaving better, too. no rain in the forecast, too. nothing but sunny skies and warmer turbulence. we're looking due east over the bay bridge towards the port of oakland and we can ee seen all
the way to mount diablo once the sun comes up. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. unlimited visibility today. the coast is clear. we have the storm track now well to the north of the bay area. so bottom line is, high pressure building in. it will dry out the air mass and the temperatures will respond. average high san francisco 62. but forecasting 68 degrees. 60s into the sunset including ocean beach. 60s, 70s common around the peninsula today. then 74 degrees in morgan hill. 76 degrees in gilroy. we'll have a north wind that's more of an offshore component east of the bay. 75 in brentwood. 76 degrees towards discovery bay and 60s and 70s north of the golden gate bridge. good morning, petaluma. you will see highs today of 70. in the far reaches of the north bay abundance of sunshine, 75 windsor. rain back in the forecast. we'll have more at 18 minutes after the hour. campaign 2016. the recent primaries proved make or break for two republicans and on the democratic side one candidate
had a very big night. don champion is on the campaign trail and has the latest on who is perking up and who is feeling crushed over last night's results reporter: donald trump continued his winning streak last night with primary victories in north carolina, illinois and florida. >> we're going to win, win, win and we're not stopping. >> reporter: trump's win in florida earned him 99 delegates alone. it also ended marco rubio's campaign. >> while we are on the right side, this year we will not be on the winning side. >> reporter: in ohio, trump fell to the state's popular governor john kasich. in missouri the race between trump and ted cruz is too close to call. and the democratic side hillary clinton trounced bernie sanders picking up big wins including here in florida and now more than ever clinton is eyeing a fight with the gop front-runner. >> our commander-in-chief has to be able to defend our country, not embarrass it. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: even though he is still trailing in the delegate count, sanders believes he can
win the nomination. >> you do not have to accept the status quo. we can do better! >> reporter: the candidates now turn their attention to states like arizona and utah, which hold primaries next week. don champion, cbs news, miami. most presidential hopefuls are take a breather today, but john kasich is the only one of the pack campaigning today. he is holding a town hall at villanova. in less than two hours, president obama will announce his pick for the supreme court. a judge from the ninth circuit in san francisco reportedly one of the final three contenders. obama and his team finished vetting candidates earlier this week. the justice would replace justice antonin scalia who died last month. supervisors in san francisco will discuss a plan today to reimburse businesses affected by super bowl activities. although the game itself was held in santa clara in february, san francisco hosted a lot of super bowl-related events causing street closures and major gridlock. supervisor aaron peskin has
proposed a super bowl 50 impact fund to help businesses that suffered. a new poll shows many san franciscans don't seem happy with where their city is headed. a chamber of commerce survey suggests homelessness is their key complaint. 51% called it an issue facing the city up quite a bit from last year. and fewer residents are looking favorably on the city's police department. this is a clear drop from last year and how many people were satisfied with officers' effectiveness. as for the city's direction, most people said it was heading in the wrong way. a huge jump from last year only 34% of respondents had that feeling. 49 bay area school champion spellers are studying for the bay area spelling bee michelle on the hot seat. we have a word for you. >> i like this. >> you're good at it. >> it's a russian word. >> okay. >> okay. >> so it has to have a k in it. [ laughter ] >> it might.
i -- we'll leave it at that. your word is check-a. >> it's a noun. secret police. [ spelling ] >> c-h-e-k-a. >> maybe there's a c in there. >> let's find out from a star spellinger. his name is [ non-english language ] from san jose. of the spellers compete in e [ spelling ] [ c- >> c-h-e-k-a. >> put your hands together for my co-anchor! >> hit that one out of the park! [ laughter ] >> free road trip to russia
now! well done. you can see all the spellers compete in the oral bee on saturday at noon on kbc cw 44/cable 12. live streamed on our website, cbssf.com. here's a cheer for rashik from his classmates. [ chanting ] >> cute. time now 6:09. accusations of rampant sexual harassment at bay area restaurants and the a star chef is squarely in the middle of the scandal. >> oh. and an east bay high school decides whether to get rid of a mascot whether a controversial history. it's all coming your way. >> the luck of the irish be with you with lots of sunshine in the march 17 forecast but we'll tell you when rain is returning. >> and you might need a little
just by switching to progressive. so you'll be bringing home the bacon in no time. sorry. get a free quote at progressive.com. good morning. your time check on this "hump day," 6:13. looking out towards sfo, we have nothing but clear skies and we're looking at mineta international airport. yes, we are. clear skies there, as well. no reports of local airport delays. we have your full forecast coming up. changes are on the way in the san lorenzo school after they voted to change the mascot. the rebels can keep their name but for now, the image of a confederate figure will have to go. the board voted unanimously in favor of the change. but some students it's not offensive. >> i think it should stay because it's tradition. a lot of people want to
graduate with it. >> it's not offensive. >> while the mascot is no more, the board could not agree on whether san lorenzo high students could still call themselves rebels. they will remain rebels. that will be considered later. the vallejo man accused of shooting and killing a richmond police officer in court today. robert vega's defense team asked the judge for more time to review the evidence this week. overs arrested for shooting gust vegas last month. he is also charged with kidnapping his son shortly after the shooting. the child's mother is vegas' daughter. a star bay area chef is in the middle of a sexual harassment scandal. two former servers are suing him several managers as well as his restaurant group. kpix 5 reporter mark kelly read the lawsuit and the details are pretty explicit >> right on the waterfront in san francisco. reporter: that's chef michael chiarello talking about his san francisco restaurant coqueta on cbs news. that restaurant and its chef are in hot water with what
different lawsuits. the 20-page sexual harassment lawsuit claims one time he said a new sandwich looked like a woman's under parts. and when it came to labor laws they said defendants routinely required plaintiffs and class members to work through their rest breaks. >> it needs to stop. >> reporter: evelyn shan's nonprofit forward together is not involved with the restaurant suit but her group studied sexual harassment in the restaurant industry and their findings were startling. >> two-thirds of women and half of men who work in this industry reported sexual harassment. >> reporter: they never worked at coqueta, but former restaurant workers say that at restaurants they worked, sexual harassment happened. >> touching the tush . the, you know, remarks there. pimped out is probably more what it felt like. >> reporter: they have stories
of feeling pressured to work 12- hour shifts in high heels and all in a male-dominated pressur cooker environment. >> a lot of male dominance especially in the back of the house. >> reporter: the chef is speaking out against the allegations toward him writing in part that the allegations are not only upsetting to him, they are also against his core beliefs. the suit also alleges that here at coqueta, chiarello told his managers only to hire women that would sleep with him. chiarello calls these allegations unfounded. mark kelly, kpix 5. new video this morning capturing the moments following an emergency landing at van nuys airport just outside los angeles. fire officials say faulty landing gear forced the pilot to make a hard landing. the plane was on a medflight and was transporting a patient to ucla's medical center. no one on board was injured.
an absolute mess today for commuters in the washington, dc area. the region's metro subway system shuts down all day for emergency inspections in response to a fire on the tracks that led to major delays throughout the system on monday. a lot of federal employees can work from home or take unscheduled leaf. it's the first time in history that the system shut down for nonweather relate issues. let's check in with gianna for a traffic alert. >> we do. actually was quick. chp just opened lanes south 280 near bird avenue with a big rig and vehicle accident. that vehicle turned over. injuries were reported. all lanes open south 280 near bird avenue. but we have some delays behind it as a result. northbound doing okay. northbound 280 a better choice than 101. if you look at our drive times, northbound 101, 280/680 to highway 237 in the yellow
meaning slow-and-go conditions 15 minutes there. no delays though north 280 or northbound guadalupe parkway. rest of your commute we have double trouble along 101. north 101 at shoreline an accident there at ellis in the clearing stages. northern 111, 101 to the 280 split, no problems. half moon bay into san mateo, easy ride between 280 and 101, five minutes. bart back on time. they just cleared delays. they had them between fruitvale and lake merritt. everything is on time systemwide. no delays. 880 bogging down a bit northbound into downtown oakland. southbound into hayward. here's roberta with the forecast. do you like the longer days? >> i do. it makes me feel less tired. >> i like the longer days, too.
sunset tonight at 7:18. it's still dark now. official sun-up at 7:18. clear skies looking out toward the bay bridge now. winds about 5 miles an hour. milder this morning than 24 hours ago. 41 livermore. you do need the light jacket heading out of santa rosa. wind speeds calm. will increase today out of the north up t 15 miles per hour. north-northeast component. winds 6 in the napa valley area. here's what you need to know on this "hump day." no clouds in the sky. more sun this weekend gradually warmer temperatures. fog in southern california. but we have the clouds to the north of us. that's you can see the wind particles. jet stream well to the north over the dome of high pressure. we are not going to see that
dome break down until sunday. 23 degrees. visibility down to three- quarters mile in truckee due to patchy fog going up to 50 there. your tahoe report, squaw valley, go! meanwhile, your sun-up today 7:18. sets at 7:18. smack in between, 60s and site of. your pollen report does suggest that the count is medium to high. speaking of highs, let's go ahead and take a look at the high temperature for your thursday. topping off at nearly 80 degrees. rain returns by monday. have a great day. after a cal basketball coach is fired for sexual harassment, new indications that the scandal may go deeper than we first thought! >> coming up in sports, the sharks trying to stay within a reach of the division crown and a shattered gaels team tries to pick up the pieces at the n.i.t. coming up. ♪
heartbreaking loss to gonzaga, in the conference tournament championship game, the gaels have to settle for the third trip to the n.i.t. they haven't reached it since 2013. the head coach looking to keep the team focused in moraga. saint mary's was in control for the majority of the game up by double digits. the aggies were able to battle back final seconds the gaels up by 2 and they tie it up for new mexico state. now two seconds left in the game. critical mistake. the aggies fell and the new mexico state coach can't believe they didn't have a foul to give. both free throws made and saint mary's gets by new mexico state 58 -5. 58-56. the gaels will face the winner of georgia and belmont. the sharks, the bruins at the tank. goalie james reimer wearing his new custom swedish mask. second period sharks down by one. burn with the 26th goal of the year. ties the all-time record for most goals in a season by a shark and it's a tie game. third period, the slapshot to put san jose up 3-2. the sharks
beat the bruins by that score, arizona point within the ducks in the pacific division. the warriors are back in action tonight. they will wrap up their home stand against the knicks. and that's your wednesday morning sports. we're going to hoop it up again. hour play of the day boston at indiana. the pacers turn it around a would-be turnover just in the nick of time. >> he has the right idea. he had the right idea. [ buzzer ] >> oh!! turner falling back -- >> that was turner scrambling for the lost ball getting to ellis former warriors scored just before you heard the clock run out. the pacers beat boston 103-98. that's your play of the day. months after protest halted a plan to bring more luxury housing to the east bay a new
his assistant was fired for sexu i'm kiet do. we're live in san jose where the city is trying to make it affordable to rent an apartment by revamping rent control rules. >> cal's head basketball coach is under investigation after his assistant was fired for sexual harassment. >> sunny and warmer today but not the warmest day of the workweek. i'll tell you when to expect that. >> your morning commute in full swing. i'll have your top traffic
trouble spots coming up. good morning, it's march 16. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. police are on the search for a gunman who shot two people. kpix 5's anne makovec is live in berkeley on this investigation and another shooting police believe could be linked. >> reporter: all three people shot over the past 24 hours are all in very bad shape this morning in the hospital. this is very close to the border of berkeley and oakland but we are in berkeley. you can see the intersection of tree month and prince here behind me blocked off for this police investigation. they got a report of gunshots fired here at about 1:00 this morning. when they got here, they found a man collapsed on a nearby porch shot several times. soon after, a woman who had also been shot was dropped off at alta bates medical center. police say that this shooting was targeted. it was not random. they cannot say yet though if it is connected to a shooting on nearby delaware that happened yesterday.
that one happened in broad daylight. a man walked up to another man outside a liquor store near san pablo avenue and shot him then took off running. that suspect is still on the loose. there's no description of the suspect. we're told a spokesman is going to be on the way to the scene to give us more information hopefully soon this morning. live in berkeley, anne makovec, kpix 5. new details about sexual harassment scandal that cost a cal basketball coach his job. uc-berkeley fired assistant coach yann hufnagel after a seven month investigation found he reportedly had trapped a sports reporter in a garage and talked about sex. the report also states hufnagel repeatedly sent that woman text messages of a sexual nature. after the woman turned him down he is accused of denying her access for information she needed to do her job. she was later fired.
and now the "chronicle" is reporting that the head coach cuonzo martin may have known about the allegations long before it was reported. emails obtained by the "chronicle" reportedly show that martin knew that a female reporter had complained about hufnagel two months before cal athletics reported it to the university. this is the fourth high-profile sexual harassment case in cal since last year. take a look at this. drivers in trinity county are going to have to take a detour to get to around this washed out section of highway 3. it was closed monday night after mud slides triggered by el nino storms dissolved huge parts of the road. no word on when the highway will re-open. that might take a couple of weeks, don't you think? >> weather-wise we have a lot of sunshine. >> we'll have rain returning to the bay area late sunday. my favorite priest at st. charles in livermore said, hey,
can i have my procession outside? you don't want to lie to a priest. you have to give the straight forecast. right? [ laughter ] >> he will be able to have his procession outside on sunday for palm sunday mass. good morning, everybody. looking outdoors right now, this is our live weather camera. no lie. this is my favorite weather camera. >> it's beautiful. >> it is. >> like a postcard. >> it's from our transamerica pyramid looking due east and on a clear morning you can see all the way up to mount diablo when the sun is up which officially is at 7:13 this morning. we have a few wispy clouds. that's about it. 40s and 50s stepping out. you require a light jacket in livermore. 41 degrees. the coast is clear. clouds to the north. that's where the storm track is now. until that ridge of high pressure breaks down and allows the storm track to move back into the bay area, until then temperatures above average. 68 in san francisco. 70s across the peninsula into the santa clara valley. 76 in the gilroy area. 70s ease of the bay. north bay 74 in napa.
full forecast coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. let's jump to traffic. still busy at the bay bridge. metering lights were turned on about 5:30 this morning and you're backed up through the maze at this point. slowest delays off 580 about 30 minutes to go from westbound 580 through the maze across the upper deck into san francisco. once you get past the metering lights things improve heading into san francisco. and northbound 280 extension, starting to see a few brake lights as you work your way through there. taking a look at conditions westbound highway 4 through pittsburg stop and go through there you will see brake lights concord commute 242 down to 680. southbound 680 slow through walnut creek. looks like 880 near the coliseum still moving at okay speeds northbound you might see some slight delays heading into downtown oakland. southbound that's where the delays really start to fill in at least from 238 to the 84. 21 minutes to make that drive. san francisco's board of supervisors has voted to support dog owners fighting tough restrictions proposed for
the golden gate national recreation area. the rules would severely limit the number of areas where dogs are allowed. parts of the golden gate into the recreational area are in san francisco overseen by the park service. high-rise project has oakland, riled up but the plan is going. councilmembers voted 6:1 yesterday approving a high-rise complex on east 12th street. a third of the apartment in the 360-unit residential building will be considered affordable. san jose city council has voted in favor of a plan to convert a vacant downtown hotel in a housing for the homeless. the 49-room plaza hotel on south almaden avenue has been vacant since 2008 when it was bought by the city's redevelopment agency. some nearby businesses have expressed concerns about that homeless plan but the mayor sam liccardo says the hotel is a quick and efficient way to get people off the street. >> whether we build the housing or not, the homeless will be in downtown.
so the question is, are they going on the street or housed? >> the city is considering a similar project at a motel near santa clara university. as for the plaza hotel, if all goes as scheduled, potential tenants could start applying later this year. happening today, in san jose, it could soon get a lot harder for property owners to raise the prices on renters in the city. a new proposal goes before the city council today. kpix 5 reporter kiet do is live in san jose this morning with more. kiet. >> reporter: yes, good morning. san jose consistently ranks near the top when it comes to expensive apartments in the bay area. but big changes could be coming here to city hall. we have some major overhauls now under consideration at city hall later on today. now, chief among them the city wants to try and cap the amount of rent increases by tying it to inflation which in years past has been no more than 2.8% a year. right now the law allows landlords to raise it 8% a
year. the city wants tomorrow power tenants with information. owners would be required to report and update the rent of each unit and tell new tenants what previous renters had paid in the past. what's more, city leaders are also considering an anti- retaliation ordinance that would allow tenants to report code violations without fear of sudden eviction. to enforce all these new rules, the city would need to hire another 15 to 20 employees. opponents say it would be cumbersome and would constrict supply because nobody would move out. the average rent for a one bedroom in san jose doubled in the past 7 years and is about $2,400 a month. the debate takes place in an advisory committee meeting that happens at 6 p.m. tonight here at city hall. once it passes then it goes on to the full city council for consideration on april 19. live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. san jose sheriff laurie smith is proposing major changes at the county jails. this is video of a recent brawl that broke out there. the suggested changes include appointing a board of residents to carry out police oversight
and changes to jail employees' use of force policies. the changes come after a mentally ill inmate michael tyree was beaten to death by three guards. a homeless man in san francisco is going to get a six- figure payout. he helped police nab two dangerous jail escapees in a statewide manhunt. >> the amount of the reward to be paid to mr. chapman is $100,000. >> in january, matthew chapman spotted two men in this whole foods parking lot in the haight. matthew's reward, $100,000! >> the citizen informed police that he had known that these people were wanted and possibly matched the description. >> the orange county board of supervisors also approved a $30,000 reward for two target store employees in l.a. county. they called police after they spotted the escapees shopping there and the owner of this stolen van used in the getaway will get $20,000. >> if you see something, say
something, huh? paid off there! 6:38. as presidential primaries roll on, it's looking more like california could decide the fate of one race. kpix 5 political analyst melissa caen will join us to discuss the race coming up. >> and tens of thousands of californians are taking advantage of a program to help drivers with suspended or revoked licenses.
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the low to mid-70s. discovery bay at 76 degrees. meanwhile, north bay numbers with the north wind at 15 miles per hour. novato at 70. cloverdale 74. ♪[ music ] >> like the tunes. >> a little different. ♪[ music ] >> a little guitar riff at cloverdale. >> i was wiggling over here! [ laughter ] >> off camera. we have some new numbers in business this morning in a couple of key economic categories. joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. homebuilders are whistling a happier tune. they saw a big rebound in housing starts in february. the commerce department says starts were up over 5%. nice rebound after declines the prior two months but building permits were down over 3% so it might be tough to sustain that particular level of growth. also getting a report on consumer side inflation from the labor department. now, while overall prices were down by 2/10% in february from the prior month, if you strip out gas and food, and, of
course, gas prices have been down a lot, the core rate was up and over the past 12 months, the core rate was up 2.3%. that's higher than the feds' target of 2% which is also key as the fed wraps up a two-day meeting today. most not expecting a rate hike but stronger inflation along with the stronger job growth that we have seen over the past few months could push the federal reserve close to a rate hike later this year. oracle is topping earning expectations with strong growth in its cloud business much welcomed by investors after oracle made some big investments in the area in the past couple of years. stock market a little cautious ahead of that federal reserve decision. let's look at the big board. the dow lower by about 20 points. nasdaq down by 2. the s&p lower by one point. michelle and frank, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs news. time for a look at what's coming up later on cbs this morning. gayle king joins us on a
wednesday live from new york. good morning. >> reporter: all right. frank and michelle, go ahead and fess up. wednesday is your favorite day. >> friday is my favorite day. [ laughter ] >> but we love you, gayle. >> thanks, michelle. thanks, michelle. [ laughter ] >> you know who your true friends are. >> good to see you, from a inning. >> thank you. >> thank you, frank. in about an hour, president obama will announce his supreme court nomination. jan crawford has more on who it might be. ahead, what the republicans will do after marco rubio dropped out. john dickerson and bob schieffer report. cities installing free wi-fi could it create a hacker paradise? and why fighting with your teenager or arguing with your teenager could be healthy. >> what? >> the news is back in the morning. >> what? >> good to hear. >> we'll see you at 7:00. >> michelle is nodding her head. >> i have a 16-year-old but we don't fight too much but yeah. >> she is a smarty pants. [ laughter ] >> she is a smarty pants. >> now we are going to show you
the best way to do it. >> okay! perfect. we'll be watching. have a good show. >> we missed you, too, gayle. bye! >> i'm here. i'm not leaving. [ laughter ] >> okay. traffic fines and court fees have been reduced for tens of thousands of californians and you every under an amnesty program to help low income drivers. more than 58,000 drivers benefited from cost reductions in the first three months of the 18-month program that began in october. an estimated 3.3 million traffic tickets are eligible for the program. >> yeah, sounds like a good deal if you got some tickets. check it out. as for those highways, let's toss it over to gianna and find out how we're doing. >> let's check out the bay bridge. it's a hot spot. no accidents just busy. metering lights on. so you're backed up well into the maze. we are starting to see delays off the eastshore freeway. drive times inching up 29 minutes carquinez bridge to the maze. past the metering lights it
gets more bearable heading across the upper deck into san francisco. your san francisco commute northbound 101 not bad from the peninsula. northbound 280 extension a few brake lights there. also a little sluggish westbound four out of antioch into pittsburg. eases up towards the eastshore freeway. but if you are connecting to 242 down to 6880 into walnut creek you will see -- 680 into walnut creek, you will see delays there. 880 looking good into downtown oakland. south of there brake lights. southbound 880, slow across the san mateo bridge. we are seeing 19 minutes now for our drive time to go from hayward to foster city this morning. taking a look at conditions along 580 westbound, not too bad out of the altamont pass. here's roberta. good morning. time for our weather watchers. across the bay area, looks like everybody is reporting pretty much 40s across the board and they are reporting the clear skies. this is a beautiful view from our kpix 5 studios looking out
towards the port of oakland. we have a few wispy high, thin cirrus clouds otherwise visibility is unlimited. look at that. isn't that gorgeous? sun-up at 7:18. by the time it sets we'll have realized slightly above average temperatures. a light jacket is required in the 40s and 50s with basically a calm wind upstream we go to napa, north-northeast winds at 6 miles per hour. winds will fluctuate to an offshore wind up to 15 later this afternoon. 6 degrees higher inland. the coast is clear. we have the stratus to the north of us associated with an area of low pressure but meanwhile the wind particles diverting the jet stream well to the north of the bay area reflecting off that huge dome of high pressure. 60s lit the match the interior portion of the state -- 60s throughout areas of the interior portion of the state. tahoe snow report today, heavenly -- you know what i
like doing? i like going from the california to the nevada side. visibility is amazing! alpine meadows just do it. can you imagine? four feet of fresh powder, spring-like skiing today. not too slushy at all. just really pristine conditions. locally 60s and 70s. topping off at 75 in santa rosa bested by 76 to the south in the gilroy area. also due east towards discovery bay at 76 degrees. here's your extended forecast. a string of sunshiny days each day. then saturday we begin to bump up the cloud cover until we become mostly cloudy by sunday night. not cloudy completely for palm sunday but we'll have partly cloudy skies in the 50s for the palm sunday processions. oakland running festival on sunday. hope to see you in oakland on sunday morning. i have been to a lot of races. this is one of my favorites. lots of crowd support out there. >> you do a lot of races. >> okay. very good. thanks, ro.
as primary elections move west, california's june primary could actually be in play especially for the republicans. >> and here to talk more about it is our political analyst, melissa cain. good morning. >> good morning. >> california may actually play a big role in the elections. what's different about this year? >> reporter: there's so many candidates. 2012 mitt romney had this thing in the bag by april. he had the delegates he needed. he was done. this year, with 3 candidates splitting the votes three ways, there doesn't appear to be a sort of person who is the front- runner who is going to render california irrelevant. the more discord there is between these three men, the more important california stays and becomes. >> it would be nice if our votes county for a change. they all cam here for monday. >> donald trump has been a freight train knocking everyone down. the lost in ohio to kasich, is that a big deal? >> maybe. just a few minutes ago, we learned that he is not going to
participate in the final republican debate that has been scheduled and so that may indicate a little dissatisfaction with what's happening right now. look, ohio did not kill the trump nomination by any means. it did throw cold water on it. he could still get the delegates he needs to win the nomination. no question. it won't be smooth sailing. he is heading into a slog of these smaller elections where ted cruz is actually poised to do well but it's not going to be an easy go from donald trump here on out. >> what's next for clinton and sanders? >> a lot of people trying to write bernie sanders off. he will stay in. he will win some elections. a couple of states look good for him. he needs to win big. with proportional delegates, you have to win by a large amount. he needs to win big in big states like new york and, of course, california. we may be in play for the
democrats too. >> let's go back to the republicans. donald trump is ahead of everybody. he could get into the convention with more delegates. they could say, you know, you're not our kind of guy and bring in, say, a speaker like paul ryan or anybody. >> that is true. they could -- if he has the majority of delegates, they could change the rules. if he doesn't have a majority, then we know that a lot of delegates can become inbound and vote for whoever they wish, as well. so even if it looks like it's in the bag, never never quite -- primaries are a party function. the party giveth and taketh away. >> thank you. it is 6:52. one of the nation's biggest transit systems totally shut down for an entire day. the reason behind the disruption coming your way. >> and we have new information on an early-morning shooting in berkeley. what we just learned next.
♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪ are inching closer to securg tial nominations. five things to know at the :55. donald trump and hillary clinton are inching closer to securing presidential nominations. trump added to his lead with primary wins in four states yesterday causing marco rubio to suspend his campaign. clinton defeated bernie sanders in four states with missouri still too close to call for both parties. this morning, president obama will announce his nomination for the supreme court vacancy. a judge in the ninth circuit court of appeals based in san francisco is reportedly among the top contenders. president obama will unveil his pick in just over an hour from now at the white house. service to the nation's second largest subway system is shut down today due to safety concerns. officials in washington, dc made the decision to inspect all cables on the system
following a tunnel fire monday. the shutdown is expected to last until tomorrow morning. and police are looking for the gunman in yet another shooting on interstate 80. it happened around 5:15 yesterday evening. nobody was hurt. this is at least the 8th shooting on i-80 in the east bay in just the last four months. the vallejo man accused of killing a richmond police officer is expected to make a plea today. robert vega is charged with shooting officer gus vegas last month and charged with kidnapping his son after the shooting. the child's mother is officer vegas' daughter reporter: i'm anne makovec live at the scene of a shooting in berkeley early this morning. you can see this intersection is still blocked off right now. a man and woman were shot near the white car. soon after the woman was
dropped off at a hospital. police don't know yet if this is connected to a shooting on nearby delaware that happened yesterday in broad daylight. a man walked up to another man outside a liquor store near san pablo avenue and shot him. then took off running. he is still on the loose this morning. but police say all of these shootings were targeted. >> it does not appear to have been a random incident. this is our 7th shooting for the year. not counting yesterday's. no homicide this year, one last year. berkeley is still a very safe place to live. >> but again, the suspects in both cases still on the loose. and all three of the people who were shot are in critical condition this morning. live in berkeley, anne makevoc, kpix 5. traffic heating up. word of a vehicle fire westbound 80 at mcbryde just reported by chp. elsewhere bay bridge metering lights are on backed up into the maze. looks like the san mateo bridge loading up 25 minutes now to go
between 880 and 101. curtner northbound accident blocking lanes busy on guadalupe parkway. 13 minutes between 85 and 101. north 101 out of the south bay busy, as well. the golden gate bridge though looks lovely. >> you're speaking of the golden gate bridge. take a look at this. do you like this? this is bainbridge. what about this one? okay. over here. this one over here? >> no, i don't like that one. >> we like that. >> golden gate bridge. look at the flag on the fly. i think i like the bay bridge better. isn't that pretty? i know i am the master of my weather buttons. i really am, right? [ laughter ] >> like none other. also in gilroy, warmer on thursday near 80 degrees. rain by monday. >> let's go play for noon.
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