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and i'm frank mallicoat developing news in san jose. where police are investigata dr d good morning. it's friday, april 8. i'm michelle griego. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:00 right now on this friday. we begin with developing news in san jose. police are investigating a drive-by shooting near a food truck about 11 p.m. last night near east william and east 10th street near san jose state university. investigators say a man in his 20s was taken to the hospital and is being treated for life- threatening injuries. new ammunition this morning for critics who say short-term rental sites like airbnb are making the housing crisis even worse. jackie ward is live in san francisco with a new study. >> reporter: good morning. we're in pacific heights, a neighborhood that has a lot of airbnb rentals listed on the website. but we don't know obviously which properties are registered with the city after a report discussed by the board of supervisors last night, it may be safe to say that a lot of these properties may not be registered. so of course, if you want to rent any part of your home,
through businesses like airbnb, you have to let the city know. it's a law that's been in effect for two years now. but here's the problem. just last month, airbnb says it had over 7,000 unique hosts in san francisco. the city has received a little more than 1600 registration applications. prop f would have required airbnb to help crackdown on unregistered rentals but it was rejected by san francisco voters in november after the company launched an $8 million ad campaign. >> we tried to deal with the proposition is give airbnb and other companies some skin in the game. we say to them, if you list a unit that isn't registered or that is illegal, you can be fined. >> reporter: supervisor david campos is vocal about finding a remedy. he said this report makes it clear that businesses like airbnb can't self-regulate and that the law needs to be amended.
both the city and airbnb have agreed that they are really trying to help out the middle class renters. airbnb wants to focus on the middle class people renting out their properties in 48 days to make extra cash. in pacific heights, jackie ward, kpix 5. yahoo is done with the fight. big names in tech are reportedly bidding for the company. kiet do joins us live with more. news of a possible sale? >> reporter: yes, good morning. tongue the list of potential buyers is verizon. verizon has reportedly hired several banks which means they are serious about this. now, according to a report by recode, a leak shows the revenue forecast falling by 15% to $3.5 billion with earnings falling by 20% this year. now, verizon is said to value yahoo's core business at $8 billion. recode said, quote,
the financial situation at yahoo is dire. now, ceo marissa mayer's efforts to reboot the company into a content provider by launching a video web service portal fell flat and stock was down 20% this year. if the acquisition by verizon goes through, verizon would replace mayer with top executives from aol. and if mayer is ousted, she could end up with a severance package worth $110 million. google was reportedly also interested but only mainly as a way to gobble up the audience and block out any rivals. after all this reporting about yahoo's potential sale, the stock police fell by .49, dropping 1.34% and ending the day at 36.17. first round bids for yahoo ar due on monday. we'll see how the opening bell rings in new york today. live near sunnyvale, kiet do, kpix 5. let's check the roads. >> no. liz has nothing going on. [ laughter ] >> actually here's something going on! for the first hour it was really quiet. he's right. now suddenly we have a string of issues on 880. so 880 is our tough spot from
san leandro down to fremont. two separate wrecks now both in the southbound direction. i mentioned that earlier one at decoto blocking one lane. another is at auto mall parkway. all this is causing a big backup from 92 past auto mall. around the same time in san leandro, a truck hit a pole northbound 880 at davis street. not much of a delay, not sure about lanes blocked but heads up in that area. bay bridge metering lights are turned on about the usual time a little after 5:30. traffic is slightly lighter than normal. usually they back up to the maze. it's approaching there but not quite yet at 6:04. that's your latest drive to work. here's julie with the forecast. we are tracking some showers on hi-def doppler this morning. not a lot of rainfall just yet. we'll see showers increase as we make our way throughout the day. turning to hi-def doppler, most of the rain is as to however south where we are seeing
scattered showers to the north bay, showers toward evergreen this morning. then towards the peninsula, still in the south bay though mountain view los altos palo alto all seeing light rain woodside redwood city. we'll continue to see just scattered showers like this throughout the day today. futurecast shows though no real widespread rain until we hit the evening commute and could see pockets of heavier rain for the compute and certainly more showers throughout much of the bay. overnight tonight, rain spreads through for most of us and continues through saturday morning. then we remain unsettled true the weekend. temperatures outside in the upper 50s pretty much areawide and most of us are dry for the morning commute with the exception of the south bay. showers today mainly for the south bay until we reach that evening commute. cooler temperatures continue t and unsettled through the weekend. details on your weekend forecast just ahead. back to you. >> thank you. today and tomorrow caltrans is scheduled to make a significant move in removing the old bay bridge span.
crews will begin lowering the second 504-foot truss span. people can watch the activity on caltrans' website, which will have a live stream. caltrans is urging people not to rubberneck while driving on the new span. the police chief is waiting for tasers to be approved for the san francisco police department. another officer was involved in a deadly shooting. this time, officers shot and killed a homeless man who had been living in a tent in the mission. when city crews tried to move him off the sidewalk, he pulled out a knife. arriving officers tried to subdue him with beanbags. they say he charged and they fired. it happened on shotwell street around 10 a.m. yesterday morning. a witness saw it all go down outside her window. >> as soon as the rifle shot, i feel that the second gun then shot. they were shooting simultaneously. >> she said she saw the homeless man on the ground the whole time she said he never appeared to threaten the officers.
that shooting is once again putting the chief, chief suhr, on the hot seat. [ chanting ] >> fire chief suhr!! >> he is already under pressure for his department's use of deadly force after the shooting of mario woods in december. woods was armed with a knife and was shot after beanbag rounds didn't subdue him. a chp motorcycle was intentionally run over in sacramento. he pulled up behind a disabled truck in the center divide to offer help. that's when police say the truck driver backed into the officer at least once. >> he stopped to paining sure that the vehicle isn't out of gas or that something is not wrong and when he pulled up behind the vehicle, that vehicle intentionally ran him over. >> the suspect is accused of stealing another truck before he was caught nearly 50 miles away in fairfield. the injured officer is out of
surgery and recovering. president obama returning right here to the bay area today. this time the fundraising swing will be in the city in san francisco. two big fundraisers for the democratic national committee will be held at the intercontinental hotel and at a private home. and in the race for the next president, republican front- runner donald trump has canceled a trip to southern california. he was set to appear today at his golf club in rancho palos verdes. instead he will be campaigning in new york. no official word on why he made the change. but it comes as trump and his advisers try to regroup after finishing a disappointing second in the wisconsin primaries. curtain number 2 in the republican place that man there ted cruz schedule ford two rallies in southern california on monday. his campaign says the events will take place in orange county and san diego. time now is 6:08. north bay sheriff's deputy is accused of excessive force over a confrontation with a teenaged girl. we'll have the newly released footage of the incident. >> the coast guard is called in
when a california man's marriage proposal goes bad. >> we're tracking scattered showers this morning. rain for most by the end of the night. details on what to expect for this weekend coming up. >> and we have three separate wrecks that we're watching right now along a stretch of 880 in the east bay. we'll show you how it's affecting your morning commute after this break. ,, i want to show you some cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups.
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>> don't touch me! >> video just released shows the deputy taking down a teenaged girl. you can see 19-year-old gabrielle lemos looked pretty beaten up after the confrontation. this is a picture of her. the full video is 35 minutes long. it comes from the night of her high school graduation party in june of last year. kpix 5's andria borba walks us through what happened. reporter: the body cam video begins here as deputy marcus holton investigates why a truck is stopped and running in the middle of a rural road in petaluma. and why there was yelling. in the truck is carly and according to sonoma county, the deputy was concerned about a possible domestic violence case. that's carly's mother and sisters including gabrielle. she is in the braids. the yelling between the deputy and the family goes on for several minutes. >> everybody calm down, calm down right now! >> no!! >> reporter: as another deputy arrives, the verbal confrontation continues for several more minutes with the family demanding a female officer.
>> there's nothing here -- >> if i want a woman cop here, i can have a woman cop here! >> reporter: 8 minutes and 40 seconds in deputy holton takes down gabrielle as she walks away ignoring his orders to stop. >> all you're doing right now is escalating things. >> reporter: she walks away ignoring his orders to stop. >> leave her alone. >> no. no. >> leave her alone! [ screaming ] >> don't touch me! >> you mother [ censored ] >> reporter: that's deputy holton right there. his body cam fell off during the confrontation. and as gabrielle is loaded into the back of the cruiser, you can see the blood on her face. deputy holton can be heard panting and explaining what he thought happened to another deputy. >> what? >> i don't know. i mean, i'm driving down the road, this car stopped right there. i heard some yelling. mom's yelling. >> mm-hm. >> and saying that, um, there's some type of a fight.
>> reporter: andria borba, kpix 5 >> the video was released after it became public record. early on in the clip, some of the women yelled, you cannot touch me. and now the physical contact that followed has this video in the spotlight. on facebook, her lawyer, wrote, here's the video of a sonoma county sheriff's assault on an innocent girl. share far and wide. well, a once-in-a-lifetime moment goes terribly wrong for a fresno man here. the man had to be rescued from a cliff on a rock thursday morning. he was face timing his girlfriend at the time and he was proposing to her on facetime when he realized that, oh, i think i might be stuck here! a helicopter rescued him and his girlfriend said yes. the man was billed for the helicopter ride and fined for trespassing. so their honeymoon is over. [ laughter ] >> before it began. >> going to be kicking around
town. >> good thing she said yes. that would have been a bad day. >> getting a lot of pub. >> how do you get there to begin with? that's crazy. >> these are questions i'm sure she is asking. [ laughter ] >> and many more to come. >> and her parents. >> right. [ laughter ] >> sure you want to marry this guy? the roads are okay except 880. that's the hot spot this morning. it's because of this crash right here. we think it's still blocking a lane. you can see a good sized bub right now. the 6:15 in the morning we already have a traffic jam growing in fremont. southbound 880 the exit around decoto road. you can see the delays right there beginning to build as far back as highway 84. this accident right here looks like it's clearing. northbound 880 at davis. no delay between san leandro and oakland even with the wreck still in the chp reports. here's a look closer to the airport. northbound traffic is moving fine right now, 16 minutes between 238 and the maze. southbound not too bad either. all the way toward 92. if you're traveling through the altamont pass, livermore valley
or sensors are picking up a delay but not much. it's definitely "friday light" across that stretch. no delay out of tracy and then some few-minute delays in fact between the altamont pass and the dublin interchange. a few brakes closer to 680. san mateo bridge, some slight delays along the southbound 880 corridor to 92. then on the bridge, everything is moving fine over the flat section and the high-rise. that's "kcbs traffic." let's go to julie with our friday check of your forecast. thank you, miss liz. we are tracking a couple of showers in the south bay this morning. most of the rain is still well to the south of the bay bay area. a couple of scattered showers around san jose and areas in the south bay as you can see here. santa clara, evergreen now dry. off to the west portola valley light rain there towards los altos, mountain view, sunnyvale expect rain. not heavy rainfall just a couple of scattered showers for the morning hours and mainly in
the south bay. right now temperature-wise we are mild, pretty much areawide with current temperatures in the 50s for most. satellite perspective showing where the rain is coming from. area of low pressure off baja that's spinning shows showers up from the south. so we'll start in the south bay. and see them kind of fill in towards the evening commute and then overnight tonight. we see the influence of this second area of low pressure that's going to increase shower activity overnight. most of us should see some rain by tomorrow morning. futurecast paints a pretty picture. toward the end of the evening commute showers spreading north. rain fills in overnight. 2 a.m. saturday morning, it continues for the first part of the day saturday. second half of the day on saturday, scattered showers possibility of a few thunderstorms slight chance and mostly south of the bay but i'm going to mention it just in case. through the weekend we remain unsettled saturday and sunday chance of scattered showers. don't cancel outdoor plans. it's not going to be that
significant. high temperatures in the mid- to upper 60s areawide so significantly cooler than what we saw just two days ago. sunrise 6:44. sunset 7:40 this evening. and we are looking at the extended forecast. temperatures will be staying in the 60s for the next few days with unsettled scattered showers through the weekend. and we dry out monday and tuesday for the first half of the week. and then we see in our next round of rain, it's moving in wednesday on into thursday. back to you. time now 6:19. the notorious killer of a bay area college student could walk free any minute. why that's got former governor arnold schwarzenegger taking heat. >> and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, one of the busiest days in bay area sports history! yesterday, sharks were in town, so were the a's, the giants and the warriors. could golden state bring the road to the nba finals through oakland? we'll tell you about it coming up.
good morning, everyone. the warriors were hoping to become just the second team in nba history to win 70 games in a single season. question is, did the spurs bring their a game? >> who's playing tonight. > warriors, spurs. [ laughter ] >> coach popovich did in fact play his full squad. 1st quarter, golden state off and running. barnes throws it down. he tied a season-high for him for 21 points. warriors up 11. 2nd quarter now, here's steph, three-pointer, 12 point game. and curry finished with 27. in the third spurs turn it over. andre iguodala finishes with a dunk. golden state wins 112-101, clinching the number one seed in the west and become the second team in nba history to win 70 games. willie mays pre-game festivities at at&t. giants and dodgers, down 4-0 in
the fifth, it's 4-3 now in the 6th and pagan plates two runs. giants lead 5-4. here's the big one. hunter pence way back, way back, way back! tell it good-bye! grand slam! the giants win 12-6. and they go 3-1 now to start the young season. there may be two regular season games left, but joe thornton had his play-off beard ready. sharks and jets tied at 4. final seconds, winnipeg scores the game winner with 10 seconds left. and the jet win 5-4. the other bay area team that played yesterday the oakland athletics, they had a four-game set to start the season in oakland against the white sox. they lost three out of four yesterday was the season finale. [ sic ] i'm dennis o'donnell. get ready for the masters coming up and we'll have post- round shows on saturday and sunday. have a great weekend.
one final play of the day on this friday. we hoop it up in miami. we got the heat got the bulls and one mighty dunk by josh richardson. here we go. f >> these a good dunk. that should be worth more than two. the heat beat the bulls 106-98. that's your play of the day. it is 6:25. a couple suspects take a break from a high-speed car chase to shake hands and take selfies. how it all unfolded. >> reporter: and a report released last night by the board of supervisors shows that a lot of property owners who rent their property through businesses like airbnb aren't registering with the city like many feared. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
parts to fix its aging flee and the agency is turning t unusual place for help. weather ad libs bart is desperate for parts to fix its aging fleet and the agency is turning to a very unusual place for help. >> and the once high and mighty yahoo just a shell of its former several goes on sale on monday. >> we are tracking some scattered showers on hi-def doppler this morning. south bay seeing a few sprinkles. most of us will, though, by the end of the day, details when and where coming up. >> and your hot spots, 880 in fremont, also getting crowded over at the bay bridge. we'll break down your friday morning drive. that's coming up. >> and the keyword there friday! good morning, everyone. it is april 8 on a friday. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:29. some are saying rules aimed at cutting down on illegal home
rentals in san francisco aren't working. kpix 5 reporter jackie ward joins us live in the city to explain why. jackie. >> reporter: it's a problem that's revealed this morning that a lot of prop f supporters are not surprised to hear. the board of supervisors in san francisco released a report last night that showed a lot of people who are renting out their properties or businesses like airbnb aren't registered through the city. that's illegal. people like supervisor david campos are now more than ever convinced that industries like airbnb can't be self-regulated. the city has received a little more than 1600 registration applicants but airbnb says more than 7,000 properties were listed as unique hosts as of last march. this lack of regulation is what prop f supporters wanted to correct. but last fall, before the election, assemblyman david chiu said the current short- term rental law was enough. >> we need time to law this to
go into effect. the measure prop f was too extreme. >> reporter: another problem the report points out since february 2015 just over a quarter of unhosted entire homeless [ indiscernible ] home alsoings appear to have been rented out for more than 90 days in violation of city law. the board of supervisors will try to modify the current law. details are being kept quiet. jackie ward, kpix 5. >> ie, how does airbnb feel about this new report. >> reporter: they recognize that there are issues. last week they said they wanted to crack down also on these people who are either renting out multiple properties or renting their properties out for more than 90 days. back to you. >> thank you, jackie ward. in the east bay a dental assistant is now behind bars accused of a sickening act in the exam room. alejandro saro is charged with child molestation, multiple counts.
an 8-year-old girl said he touched her inappropriately during an appointment. he had several videos on his phone of other young girls' private parts. apparently, each instance happened after the girls had taken nitrous oxide. >> it's very disturbing. when you go to the dentist, you know, your child is already scared. to have this happen is frightening. >> the clinic is cooperating with police and takes patient safety seriously but officers believe more girls were likely victimized at saro's other workplaces. esteban nunez could be released from prison by the end of the day for the murder of a bay area college student. nunez was initially sentenced to 16 years for the 2008 slaying of luis santos a san diego state student but political ties defied that. nunez's father is former assembly speaker fabian nunez a political ally of then governor arnold schwarzenegger. on his last day in office,
schwarzenegger commuted nunez's sentence to seven years. a sacramento judge called it distasteful but said it didn't break any laws. new this morning yahoo could be bought by its rival. some of the strongest forces in tech are now lining up to bid. kiet do reports. >> reporter: good morning. i can remember eight years ago standing on this exact same street corner when microsoft made an unstate police ted bid to try to buy yahoo. there was a sense of righteous indignation here in sillicon valley making an offer to buy yahoo for $44 billion at the time. that was back in 2008. my, how the mighty have fallen. now, according to a report by recode, a leak shows the revenue forecast falling by 15% to $3.5 billion with earnings falling by 20% this year. now, verizon is said to value yahoo's core business at $8 billion. the financial situation at yahoo is dire.
recode said, quote, the financial situation at yahoo is becoming increasingly dire. ceo mayer's he was to reboot the company into a content provider by launching a web video portal fell flat and stocks dropped more than 20% this year. if the acquisition by verizon goes through verizon would replace mayer with top executives from aol. she could get severance of $110 million. google was reportedly interested but only mainly as a way to gobble up audience share and block out rivals. after all this reporting about yahoo's sales, the stock price was lower by .49 down 1.34% to end the day at $36.17. they are up by 2% now. stock price is $36.88 a share right now. kiet do, kpix 5. we had a little earthquake in sonoma county. >> 3.5 just northwest of geysers. we'll get you more information as soon as we get it but that's what usgs reports. so just a little tiny shaker. >> enough to wake up a couple
of folks in the north bay. south bay waking up to showers. we have a stray shower or two in the city right now. here's hi-def doppler. the bulk of the rain still well to the south but a couple of cells here one just to the east of willow glen. we have a little bit of light rainfall over santa clara north of sunnyvale. another one is heading towards south san francisco, brisbane, bayshore, sprinkles over the next half-hour or so. scattered showers throughout the day. evening commute more widespread light rainfall moves in. really fills in overnight tonight and into the first part of your saturday. then it tapers off with scattered showers tomorrow. current temperatures are in the upper 50s areawide. still a mild start out the door this morning. your headlines, showers today, mainly for the south bay at least the first half of the day. but we can't rule out scattered showers pretty much anywhere. cooler temperatures continue and we remain unsettled through the weekend. details on your weekend
forecast just ahead. but first, a check of the roads. you know, it's been a pleasant surprise, with those little pockets of showers, we often see more accidents than usual, it hasn't been the case. a live look at the bay bridge. spring break still for some. traffic is extra "friday light" in some roads. so the bay bridge not quite backed up to the maze where, by this time, it usually would be. an exception is 880 in fremont. this wreck is still there. it's southbound 880 closer to the stevenson exit. we have been getting reports of where the accident is. but anyway, it's in that area and you can see the backups now extend beyond highway 84. in fact, it's slow, we're seeing pockets of slowdowns all the way from highway 92 and a quick check of the richmond/san rafael bridge, where it's just beginning to slow down a bit in some lanes as you approach the toll plaza. that's "kcbs traffic." back to you guys. >> thank you. sex assault scandals at cal continue to grab headlights every lines and now the
university's assistant basketball coach has resigned. uc-berkeley intended to fire yann hufnagel after an investigation determined he tried to lure a female reporter to his apartment for sex. the investigation also found that hufnagel sent the reporter sexual texts for months. a controversial speaker prompted protests outside a northern california sikh temple. [ yelling ] >> protestors say the speaker, who is from india, spreads false teaches about their religion. things got hostile between protestors and the speaker's supporters. >> a guy that's one of the supporters came and he socked me in the face and then punched me again and then dragged me by the neck and threw me back. >> police officers were called in to keep the two groups separated. many are calling it one of the craziest car chases in los angeles history. [ yelling ] >> right there, the first connection with another car. >> !
>> a couple of robbery suspects led police on a bizarre pursuit for hours yesterday afternoon. the driver started doing donuts in the middle of hollywood boulevard. it didn't end there. minutes later, the suspects were blocked by a tmz tour bus. one of the men threw what appeared to be a hamburger at the bus. then eventually the men pulled over in south l.a. the driver sat on the car hood and waited. he and the passenger took selfies. the men even hugged strangers and gave them handshakes before they were arrested. bart's fleet of trains is so old, the transit agency is reportedly using ebay to find some replacement parts. that's the according to kcbs radio. bart has used the online auction site to replace parts of the trains that have failed. the system has been plagued with breakdowns and electrical problems the last couple of months. but new train cars are now being tested and will eventually replace that aging fleet. according to a new kpix 5/surveyusa poll, 46% of bart passengers still rate the
quality as excellent or good. as for the train's half billion- dollar bond issue that could be on the november ballot, 50% would support it but that wouldn't be enough to pass since it needs a two-thirds majority vote. time now 6:39. california police could soon have a new way to fight impaired driving. why critics say the plan has some huge holes. >> the warriors making a little history with win number 70. the eye-popping prices though a number of people are paying to watch their games. coming up next.
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low 60s at the coast. inland near 70. places like antioch and brentwood upper 60s as you head in through danville, san ramon, vallejo 66. 62 daly city. 66 stinson beach. 70 for the warmest spots. we are going to see some scattered showers throughout the day and we'll time that out for you coming up in just a bit. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." >> charlie rose joins us now from new york. good morning. good morning. we'll ask senator lindsey graham why he is now supporting ted cruz after being an on you spoken critic. more from my interview with bernie sanders. this one of the most powerful global leaders in finance is in studio 57. we'll talk with imf managing director christine lagarde about sanders' call to break up big banks. and we saw hillary clinton jump on to the new york city subway yesterday. so we'll look at how political
photo ops in presidential campaigns can sometimes backfire. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> i guess that piece you did on jordan spieth didn't affect his game much. >> not at all. did you see him yesterday? >> oh, my god. the guy -- >> 66. >> and -- >> he is in a great pairing today with the amateur champ who is a really interesting guy named i think bryson -- something like that. >> great weekend of golf. >> are you going down? >> a bad month for a retail chain in san francisco. >> kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks has the latest on that and the drama at sunnyvale based yahoo. >> reporter: good morning, frank and michelle. yahoo is looking for a whole lot of green as it extends its bidding process by another week
to april 18 according to recode. so far, verizon and google are reportedly close to making offers for yahoo's core web business with verizon reportedly looking at an $8 billion offer. that's about $2 billion less than what yahoo is looking for in this process. now, according to bloomberg, if verizon does get yahoo, it would name its aol boss tim armstrong as the company's ceo sending marissa mayer packing. yahoo shares are higher on this latest news. san francisco-based gap is looking to turn things around but so far, the start to the spring selling season got off to a tough start. same-store sales across its three major chains down 6%. gap was down 3%. banana republic fell by 14%. and old navy down by 6%. gap shares are down in the early going. the overall market is looking at a rebound after heavy selling yesterday. looking good so far. let's take a look at the big
board. dow is up 116. nasdaq up 29. s&p up by 24. shares in gap are down by 10%. frank and michelle, back to you. >> i would call that a good friday unless you work for gap. >> reporter: all things aside, overall the market looking better. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. the good news just keeps coming for palo alto-based tesla. in the weeks since the company introduced its model 3 vehicle, the electric carmaker has booked 325,000 reservations. the car has a base price of $35,000. >> put your money down? >> not yet. >> you're eyeballing it. >> i want to. i'm looking. >> sweet. warriors fans paid big bucks to watch the team beat the san antonio spurs in their quest to make history. >> go to a warriors game or buy a tesla? median ticket prices last night for the game were $442 per ticket but some fans paid a lot more than that. we met up with a family from australia just to see the game. they flew in and they said their tickets cost more for the
game than their flights. >> we paid $1,000 per ticket. >> more than our plane fare. >> crazy fans. the warriors need to win their next three games to set the record for the most wins in a season at 73. they got two against the grizzlies, one more game against the spurs. and some play-off ticket for the warriors will go on sale to the general public today beginning at 2 p.m. single game tickets will be available for the first three home games of the opening round. tickets will only be available online at the warriors's website. >> can you imagine? you come all the way from australia? >> three kids there, five grand just to get in and five grand to get in. >> one of the favorite players is steph curry. >> bodega bay is from australia. the roads are okay. it's a friday. we are cruising along.
we have a couple of hot spots out there. no breaking traffic news to slow you down. they just cleared a stall so that's what's causing a backup this early in the morning so it is slow right now all along the flat section but now they cleared it hopefully things will start to pick up again soon. but again you may want to consider the dumbarton if you are trying to choose between the two bridges right now. also, another slowdown is this one in fremont. we continue to mention it. southbound 880 at stevenson. still there and the backup continues to grow, unfortunately, it's backed up to alvarado niles as you approach union city. we'll show you travel times in the area. 24 minutes between 238 and decoto road and heavy past that. once you get past the accident then we finally see traffic start to pick up. by the way, oo he is east still looks clear from the carquinez bridge to the maze. a look at the south bay, 101 beginning to see a few slowdowns, break lights past capitol expressway near alum rock and then slows through sunnyvale and we want to show
you one more live look at traffic coming into and out of san francisco which looks good for now but there is a giants game at 7:15 p.m. that is "kcbs traffic." and julie brought out her hi- def doppler. >> i did. just for you, liz. [ laughter ] let me give you a little bit of rain. here's hi-def doppler radar this morning. we can see we do have some showers just a couple of stray showers left over in the south bay north of sunnyvale and then one passed through san jose. it's heading towards santa clara near alviso. we do also have showers on the peninsula. san mateo, belmont, crossing over the bay into the east bay. showers this morning very light and scattered, not major downpours, just sprinkles on the windshield as you head into work. temperatures mild into the mid- to upper 50s for most folks. not a rainout. area of low pressure off baja is funneling up some of those showers from the south to the
north. so the south bay going to see the best chances of rain today. all of us could see a few stray showers. tonight we start to see the influence from this next area of low pressure. that will increase shower activity overnight tonight for most of us. futurecast paints a pretty good picture. scattered showers until later on this evening. then it fills in. in the morning commute we should see more widespread showers for the south bay. and then really filling in overnight tonight and into the first part of your saturday. tapering off saturday with a chance of a few thunderstorms mostly south of the bay. and then unsettled weather continues on through sunday. drying out by the time we enter your workweek. high temperatures today are mild topping out in the mid- to upper 60s. peaking near 70 for the warmest locations, a big difference from wednesday when we saw 90s. sunrise this morning 6:44. sunset 7:40. and your extended forecast shows unsettled weather with temperatures into the 60s through the weekend. then we dry out monday and
tuesday. and another chance of showers returns by the second half of your workweek. >> a lot of rain coming away. thank you. if you get caught driving under the influence, you could have to go through a lot more than just a roadside sobriety test t mark sayre on the new way cops could test for a lot more than alcohol. >> slow down! reporter: right now, if an officer sees you driving erratically you can be given a sobriety test. fail it and you get a test for drugs and alcohol. you have your blood or urine tested. now a state senator wants to take the ability to detect drugs in a driver's system out on the roads of california. >> sadly, we have become a nation of self-medicating careless people. >> reporter: the test would use a saliva swab and hand-held machine like this one to check for six common abused drugs including marijuana, cocaine and pain medications. >> what this legislation is seeking to do is give the police an additional tool and ascertain whether someone is impaired by a drug, which at
this point there is no field test for. >> reporter: but legal analyst steven clark says such a test could be problematic. the accuracy could be challenged and people with prescribed medications could hauled away to jail. >> the question for many people is, is this test going to cause too many people to be arrested that weren't doing anything illegal? >> reporter: the proposed legislation will only allow officers to use the swab after a driver has first failed the standard field sobriety test. the legislation will get its first hearing at the state capital on april 19. reporting in san jose, i'm mark sayre, kpix 5. >> according to a study by the national highway traffic safety administration, in the past five years, drug driving arrests rose more than 20% nationwide. in the last five years. we'll be right back. stay right there. cutting edge technology. this is a vhs tape. push that tape in and hit play. this is a flip phone. have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile.
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the 2016 presidential candis continue to make their caseo voters in the northeast. ted cruz and joh five things to know at the :55. the president candidates campaigning in new york. front-runner donald trump holds a commanding lead. meanwhile, bernie sanders and hillary clinton continue to attack each other's qualifications to be president. president obama will land in the bay area this afternoon for a series of democratic fundraisers. the president touches down at sfo around 1:30. then he will head straight to the intercontinental hotel in san francisco. he will spend the evening at fundraisers scattered around the city. and a manhunt under way in washington state for a violent felon. 28-year-old murder suspect anthony garver broke out of a mental facility wednesday with another patient who was recaptured. the state hospital says he escaped -- he has a history of
safety and security problems. the demolition of the old bay bridge continues today. they will lower the second 500- foot trust on a barge and will explode the foundation. today csu officials will join faculty union representatives to announce a new salary agreement. the pay increase will affect 26,000 staff members across 23 csu campuses. union had threatened to strike unless the deal was reached. i'm jackie ward in pacific heights this morning where a lot of airbnb rentals are listed. of course we don't know how many of those listings are registered but after a report released by the board of supervisors last night, it is safe to say that a lot of these properties may not be registered. so as many as you know if you want to rent any part of your home out to the city, you have to register it. it's a law that's been in effect for two years now. but here's the problem. just last month, airbnb says it had over 7,000 unique hosts in san francisco. the city only received a little
more than 1600 registrations applicants. the city has received a little more than 1600 registration applications. the proposition would have required airbnb to crack down on unregistered rentals but it was rejected by san francisco voters in november after the company launched an $8 million ad campaign. >> we tried to deal with the proposition is give airbnb and other companies some skin in the game. we say to them, if you list a unit that isn't registered or that is illegal, you can be fined. >> reporter: supervisor david campos is vocal about finding a remedy. he said this report makes it clear that businesses like airbnb can't self-regulate and that the law needs to be amended. both the city and airbnb have agreed that they are really trying to help out the middle class renters. those who rent their properties about 48 days out of the year. in pacific heights, jackie ward, kpix 5. a final check of the roads. san mateo bridge quickly improving after that earlier stall. but 880 is still a mess between hayward and fremont heading southbound due to an earlier
crash. and just another reminder the san francisco giants take on the l.a. dodgers first pitch at 7:15 p.m. you could see traffic at the evening commute. >> a few scattered showers out there this morning. hi-def doppler showing just a few stray showers still in the south bay. just to the south of san jose. will le glen, santa clara getting sprinkles. also some on the peninsula passing through the bay over to the east bay. expect scattered showers just from time to time throughout the day more rain spreads in later on this afternoon and evening. >> and before we go, frank, this is your last day with us. >> i know. >> it's a hard morning for us. you have been here five years. you and i have been partner this is crime for four. >> my anchor wife. >> we're going to miss you so much. >> i want to thank whoever gave me this cold so i couldn't speak most of the week. but some would say i have been doing that for the last five years anyway. so hey, you know what? i'm a kid i grew up in walnut creek, went to miramonte and cal worked in new england for a long time and i got to come home and work in my backyard.
it's been a pleasure and privilege. and i hope to see you around town sometime soon. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org ♪ into good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, april 8th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." after questioning her qualifications, bernie sanders admits that hillary clinton has a sterling resume. and lindsey graham is here to defend why he is picking ted cruz over donald trump. >> breaking news. pope francis issues a ground-breaking guide to love, sex, and marriage. one of the leading figures in global finance, christine lagarde, is in studio 57. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. people are saying the tenor of this campaign has changed and