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where the game is happening later today. >> ie, can today.can you feel the excitement at 4:30 a.m.? >> reporter: it's unbelievable to think here we are, we were here for the nba season opener which is nearly 6 months ago. now people are still trying to pick up their championship gear from 2015, they are waiting for that banner to drop and now, number 73 is all that anyone is talking about. that's what they're going to be here to cheer for. that's because the warriors have already tied the record with the bulls' team for winning 72 games but coach steve kerr was a member of that team and gotten razzed by former teammates. everyone wants to take it to this game that will make new history with win 73 but it will cost you a lot and that's preventing people from being here tonight. >> it will be good to have kids
from the inner city to be able to witness that historic moment but because of the prices it won't happen. >> reporter: standing-room-only tickets, no seat, $400 each. that sounds steep enough, right? but that's until you hear that some tickets are upwards of $16,000. so the warriors are expecting yet another sellout crowd of 19,500-something fans to be here. they are saying that there may still be a few tickets left on warriors.com and they say be wary of third-party ticket vendors who may selling fraudulent tickets. jackie ward, kpix 5. if you can't make it out to the game catch it on the big screen in alameda. the alameda theater and cineplex will show it free of charge. tickets are available on a first come, first served basis only at the box office at the theater on central avenue. there's a 2-ticket per person
maximum. >> that's a good option considering tickets are going for $1,000 to $13,000. have you been to a game this year? >> no, know the this year. but i wanted to. >> that's okay. you can get a good seat in front of the tv screen. >> for free. >> that's our option tonight. >> yeah. >> weather should not have a big influence on the became i'm thinking. the whole indoor thing. a's are playing today. as we look toward the bay bridge, we have mostly clear skies to start out the day in san francisco. and readings are a little chillier than yesterday morning in the low 50s. a few places upper 40s. san jose 49, santa rosa 48 degrees. futurecast shows next chance of rain coming in, in 24 hours. we'll have a light cold front coming through with a quarter inch of rain. today mostly sunny as the day wears on. readings in the mid-60s with 65 in redwood city. 67 in san jose. sunshine and 65 in san rafael.
66 at concord. extended forecast, things heat up, sunny friday through tuesday. numbers top out on sunday with the warmest readings 80. a warming trend this weekend. trouble spot eastbound 580 at north flynn road. it may be closer to grant line. delays in both directions in the area. two left lanes closed. injury accident with a vehicle on the roof. counter-commute. on our sensors we are seeing delays both directions. past that, traffic is clear westbound to 680 the dublin interchange no delays between the top of the pass. 15 minutes this morning. over to the south bay so far traffic has been pretty light. you are though starting to see some extra volume northbound out of morgan hill this morning along 101. but everything is still holding steady for your drive times. we are in the green which means
speeds above 55 miles per hour. and so far, so good at the bay bridge. quiet. things are easy free-flowing out of oakland into san francisco. all approaches are clear as well including the eastshore freeway, 880 as well as 580. a quick look at the san mateo bridge looks good both directions. that's the morning drive. back to you. >> thank you. muni has spent millions to make its rides more reliable and starting next weekend, you might feel the difference. part of the muni forward campaign muni will boost of frequency of bus running all night the fourth phase of the muni forward campaign which seeks to make transit less crowded and connect neighborhoods left in the lurch palo alto police have released a sketch of a man who exposed himself to a girl. he was wearing a black sweatshirt and bluejeans and exposed himself to a 7-year-old girl who was playing near
ohlone elementary school. the man started to touch himself and made eye contact with her. police are boosting the presence by the school. a town hall will be held this evening regarding a shooting on thursday near shotwell and 19th street. the police department's town hall meeting will be at 7:30 this evening at the union local hall on 18th street. malia cohen has introduced a resolution to the board of supervisors asking the state attorney general's office to start a civil rights probe into the police department. new this morning one of the bay area's most famous techies is giving back and the results could change the game for cancer research. kpix 5's kiet do is live at stanford university on the partnership that's bound to save lives. kiet we are just a couple of hours away from the official announcement where tech mogul sean parker will announce his $250 million grant to fight cancer in a way that's never
been done before. it has big names involved including "stanford medicine." it will create the parker institute for cancer immunotherapy in san francisco. it took parker three years to convince the major players to sign on but now the top 6 cancer research centers including stanford and ucsf are on board as well as pharmaceuticals like merck, bristol-myers squibb and genentech. currently cancer research is siloed it scientists and companies protective of their work. the institute would help academics negotiate with industry to bring the therapy to the patient and to the market faster. the institute's ceo jeff blue stone said having lived in a world of individualized solo research i can say that the thinking is different. it's about how we can all do something bigger and better together. immunotherapy is one of the major advances of therapy's treatment to attack cancer cells. parker has asthma and allergies and has family members with auto-immune disorders. that's a preview of the big
announcement. expect the official word to come today. kiet do, kpix 5. protestors plan to protest in front of city hall today at noon. they are protesting conditions that are inevitable about skyrocketing rent in the area. rent in san jose went up by 54% between 2010 and 2015. protestors say that they will end up on the streets if the city doesn't do something. the tents have to go the order from san francisco mayor lee. but it seems the city can't keep up with the growing number of homeless encampments. one reason, homeless advocates are raising money on "go fund me.com" to buy and distribute tents for those living on the streets. >> it's all they have. they are exposed to the elements. >> the mayor's office says there is still room in city shelters and that more space is coming in the next few months. gunshot fire road officially has a new name.
the county voted to change it to sunrise fire road in response to a high-profile homicide. three drifters allegedly shot and killed a 67-year-old yoga instructor on that road last year. presidential candidate donald trump is slamming the republican party. this time, over colorado where all 34 delegates went to ted cruz. the rnc, the republican national committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this kind of crap to happen. >> trump says the delegates election process at colorado state gop convention over the weekend was rigged. he says it's the result of establishment republicans working against his campaign. meanwhile, a high school student in maine says faculty members ridiculed him for wearing a donald trump baseball cap. >> i like hats. i like the slogan and i like donald trump. >> carter mullen says one school employee took his make america great again cap and
held it up in a classroom. the school district has reminded faculty members to be respectful of varying viewpoints. 5:09. california's snowpack is the deepest in five years but it's not enough to sustain us. what's being done to help. >> and a zika setback lawmakers shortchanged the president's plan to fight the zika virus so what happens now? >> what happens now is we get mostly sunny skies for the bay area but things will be changing by tomorrow. we'll have the forecast in a few minutes. >> and we still have troubles on 580. we'll get a look at your drive time in just a few minutes. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
they're back in the saddle again. the angels, gene autrey's old team taking on the a's. on the other side of the bay hunter pence's birthday. seem him skateboarding around? tell him happy 33rd. a member of congress is criticizing recent water releases from two major reservoirs in upstate california. doug lamalfa says water levels at oroville and shasta should be allowed to rise after we have more water after years of drought. >> i think they could have
releases but i think they could have been maybe at 60 or 40% of what they're releasing and let the lake come up. >> the army corps of engineers orchestrates the water releases as a flood control pro causing. president obama is expected to move forward on a bill approved by the house yesterday to combat the zika virus. the development comes just days after federal health officials warn the administration that the virus is scarier than first thought. don champion has the latest from new york reporter: reporter: the house approved measure provides financial incentives to companies developing treatments for the zika virus. but president obama says the measure does not go far enough. the administration wants $1.9 billion in emergency funds to combat the virus. in a statement tuesday night the president called the house measure a small step forward saying it's ultimately insufficient on its own. >> everything we look at with this virus seems to be scarier than thought. >> reporter: the development comes just days after federal
health officials sounded the alarm. the virus is linked to the birth defect microcephaly. now researchers say there's growing concern zika goes after neurological tissue in adults. >> it seems the virus is attracted to nerve tissue or brain tissue. and so we worry that in humans, that this virus may destroy nerve tissue or attack brain cells. >> reporter: cbs affiliate wbz tv in boston spoke to this 46- year-old landscaper who didn't want to be identified. he came down with zika after traveling to brazil last month. >> rash, lot of redness all over my body, itching a lot. probably got to 110 temperature of fever. >> reporter: the mosquito that spreads the virus is currently present in about 30 u.s. states. health experts say they don't expect widespread outbreaks in the united states. they warn we need to be ready! don champion, kpix 5.
>> the cdc says 40 states have reported travel-related cases of zika and in puerto rico more than 300 people have contracted the virus from mosquito. experts warn as summer approaches, hundreds of thousands of people in puerto rico could be infected. tens of thousands of verizon workers on strike this morning after a contract dispute. they say verizon wants to freeze pensions, ship jobs overseas and make it easier to fire people. talks continue and verizon swears service won't be affected for customers. it trained 10,000 nonunion workers in case of a strike. it is 5:15 right now. >> road are busy. hot spot on 580 eastbound where we have an injury accident with a vehicle stuck on its roof. you have fire crews on scene, chp and tow crews trying to clear this out. you have delays in both directions. east 580 right at grant line slow-and-go conditions on eastbound side stays sluggish
past the accident. westbound delays 205/580 connector stop-and-go to greenville. past there, traffic is fine towards the dublin interchange. no delays on 680. extra volume oakland to san francisco. so far no metering lights. things are quiet as you work your way across the bay bridge this morning. no delays heading into san francisco. nimitz quiet 238 to the maze 16 minutes. no troubles northbound. southbound so far, so good. extra volume near hayward but traffic moving at nice speeds there. later on that might change. angels and a's day game 12:35 first pitch and, of course, tonight, everyone has their eyes on this one oracle grizzlies and warriors going for win number 73. 7:30 tip-off so busy on 880. use mass transit if you plan to
head out to the game. 40 trains on time. no delays on mass transit. san mateo bridge, there is a wind advisory across the san mateo bridge right now so a bit gusty both hands on the steering wheel use caution in the span on the dumbarton and benicia bridge. highway 4, speeds above 55 miles per hour. 7 minutes hillcrest to 242. no delays westbound out of antioch, ptsd, it's clear towards the eastshore freeway. lane changes on the golden gate bridge now three commuters lanes on southbound side, no delays. rain probably coming in within 24 hours. we are looking from high atop -- from high atop -- mike, take this full so we can see it, michelle and kenny can see
this. i'll be amazed if you figure this one out. >>mount vaca? >> did someone tell you? >> very knowledgeable. >> could i be more in awe of you than you already can? >> no, you can't. >> yes, i can. >> [ laughter ] 53 in concord, high atop the site at mount vaca, the highest spot in solano county. we have a weak cold front coming into the central bay area. a few clouds to dispense with this morning. it's that next system that's upstream that will bring us some rain by tomorrow morning at this time. futurecast shows clouds pop, sun comes out and it looks like a fairly clear day today but look what comes from the north overnight so that by this time tomorrow morning we are looking at widely scattered light rain around the bay area just in time for the morning commute tomorrow. today looks dry. this weekend looks warm. so here's what we're expecting. partly cloudy, mild skies today
with mild temperatures -- mild temperatures today. next showers thursday. sunny warm weekend ahead. out of the bay area, down 5 or 99, partly cloudy skies in the great valley and the same in the mountains where temperatures will be in the 40s. nice drive on highway 1, too. overnight light showers. sunrise 6:37 a.m. this morning. tonight we'll be down into the 40s. today we'll be into the 60s. chance of showers tomorrow morning and then this weekend numbers skyrocket into the mid- 70s inland and it will be nice around the bay and the shoreline, too. so after this little bit of rain plenty of sun to bring the flowers out, gang. >> thank you. the stars hit the red carpet in l.a. last night for the premiere of "captain america" civil war. >> chris evans returns as "captain america" facing off against his now enemy ironman played once again b robert --
robert downey, jr. it >> oh, man. i'm so impressed. but every movie that they make, this happens and every movie police out bigger crowds and more enthusiasm. i mean, i think marvel is taking over the world. >> the film opens nationwide may 6. you wonder what i see in your future? possibility. >> the first trailer yesterday for marvel's dr. strange. initial impressions show it will be a much darker movie than the previous films. it starts benedict benedict. did you the video of a goalie who wants to run away and hide? the big story with the giants coming up. ,,
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good morning, everyone. rocky's rookie trevor story is the story of baseball. hit seven home runs in his first six games. but the real story last night was the trevor that plays for the giants. colorado rocky mountain high. i have seen it rain fire in the sky, hunter pence two-run shot gave the giants a 3-1 lead. but trevor brown subbing for buster posey, he hit two home runs last night. trevor brown has three hits this season. they are all home runs. the other trevor, he was 0 for 4 with three strikeouts, courtesy of jeff samardzija. giants 7-2 winners. mike trout and the angels spent yesterday afternoon with the wars before taking on the a's last night. bottom of the 7th. semien connects his second home run. nice catch by the fan. a's 4-1. top of the ninth, the lead is going, going, gone. angels come back to win 5-4.
the as' third one run loss of the season. southwest is offering hot deals on flights and michael roach might want to get away. he kicked the ball into his own net! he is a goalie for a tahiti team trying to clear it and instead, kicked it off the side of his foot and in for a goooooooaaaaal! okay. tonight is history night. at our 5:00, 6:00, 10:00, 11 lock 11:00, all our sports will come from the oracle arena. the warriors go for the record. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. play of the day from the nba, oklahoma city at san antonio. the thunder's dion waders would be impressive. two-handed jam. but the spurs went on to beat oklahoma city 102-98. you hear that? yeah, this is about as quiet as oracle arena will be all day.
spokesbox: ♪ go paperless, don't stress, girl ♪ ♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪ and new documents being revealed this morning... abt p no known motive for homicide has east bay residence asking for answers. >> new documents being revealed this morning about the decades long relationship between the clintons and the trumps. >> rain on the way for the bay area. we'll have details coming up. >> delays on 580 plus busy at
the bay bridge. all that coming up. >> good morning, it is wednesday, april 13. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. investigators are trying to dig up leads in a shooting early sunday morning that left a scientist dead. the victim is brian bowls, he has been living in oakland for a year. he was shot and killed around midnight at richmond boulevard in oakland park neighborhood. >> there are families and kids, not a lot of traffic, people ride bikes and throw balls in the street. >> neighbors are concerned because one of the stumbling blocks for investigators is that the motive may not have been robbery because bowles wallet was still on him when emergency crews arrived. opd investigators are hoping someone has surveillance video of the suspect or suspects. new this morning, one of the bay area's best known techies is donating millions of dollars to support cancer
research. kpix 5's kiet do is live at stanford on why the partnership in the works is unlike any other. kiet reporter: reporter: good morning, you could say this is a classic sillicon valley approach to fighting cancer bring together the best and brightest minds and then fund it with a ton of cash. tech mogul sean parker putting in $250 million of his own fortune and now some of the top cancer researchers in the country are involved including stanford medicine. this quarter billion dollars development from parker will go to create the parker institute for cancer immunotherapy based in san francisco. it's relatively new and immunotherapy attacks your immune system to attack cancer cells. parker says current treatments may extend a patient's life by a couple of months but is looking to cure cancer. he said, this is very early days for cancer immunotherapy and that most of the breakthroughs are still to come. we have a proof of concept this works in certain cancers and
now the hard work of expanding immunotherapy to many cancers begins. currently the institute would help the academic world negotiate with industry to bring the therapy to the patient and to market faster. it took him three years to convince players to sign on but now top six cancer research centers are on as well as pharmaceuticals. so this is a lofty goal getting all the top minds of immunotherapy on the same page. we are talking about 40 different labs and 300 researchers trying to work together. the warriors are preparing for a game they may never forget. if they beat the memphis grizzlies tonight they break the nba report 73 wins set by the bulls. >> kpix 5 reporter jackie ward is live in oakland at oracle where history could be made later today.
jackie. reporter: i think i'm about 10 hours too early to be here or my math is off. it's more than that. it's like 14 hours until game time. you will get this shirt, not on our grand. a fan won a t-shirt contest and it's on every seat. all fans will get one. this will be the consecutive sellout streak. right now it's at 174 consecutive games and they are expecting another sellout tonight so this will mark the third consecutive regular season with 41 sellouts. ticke prices are up. draymond green wants to buy some tickets and give them to underprivileged kids in oakland. >> what i said i meant. give these kids a chance to witness history. >> reporter: coach kerr says this is the time and place to
make history. it's the last game of the season, 19,596 loud and passionate fans will be here to cap off the season with 73 regular season wins. game time at 7:30. they will welcome the memphis grizzlies. the seat i'm in right now is actually still available. if you go to warriors.com it will take you to ticketmaster.com. this seat is one row behind the grizzlies' bench going for a mere $4,737. some may see that as a bar ban. from oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> it would be great if she could watch the game. >> they are going to invite her to move at a certain point. >> thanks for the publicity. >> but good-bye. how are you this morning? >> very good. how's the weather looking? >> good. we are going to get more sun today than yesterday and we have a warm weekend ahead but between now and then, we have
light rain showers moving into the bay area. that will be something we'll contend with tomorrow. meantime let's head out. beautiful view of the bay bridge as we start out things on this wednesday morning. the readings are mostly in the mid-40s. 52 in san francisco. 53 in concord. and 55 degrees at oakland. and here's how it looks. we have a weak little front moving through this morning. we'll get some cloud but no rain not until tomorrow morning when showers will split south after midnight tonight. here's what we expect. partly cloudy skies, mild today. next shower chance coming in, in 18 hours around midnight tonight. and then this weekend looks completely different. sunny and warm with temperatures approaching the 80s inland by sunday. so enjoy the sun today and the warmth this weekend. so smooth sailing in the weather department. will you let's get a bent metal update. here's gianna. >> i which we're could say smooth sailing in traffic but not so much. bay bridge just put on the metering lights at 5:29 this
morning. traffic is stacking up not to the maze yet. eastbound 580 at grant line they had all lanes closed temporarily but they have opened two lanes so traffic is starting to move. but very slowly on that eastbound side. westbound taking a hit, as well. busy for "super commuters" out of tracy. you will see a lot of brake lights to greenville maybe past there and traffic is better once you hit 680 and you make the connector to the dublin interchange. new reports of an accident south 101 in the doyle tunnel. it is blocking lanes. looks like there's at least one vehicle involved. no delays as far back as the bridge just yet. so far the golden gate bridge is clear as you work your way southbound out of marin into san francisco but be advised once you get past there you will see some activity and lane blocked into the doyle tunnel. south 242 at 680 sluggish for an accident here. looks like we're seeing some slight delays along 242 making that connector over to 680.
wind advisories for some of our bay area bridges. i'll have that coming up. san jose state has hired a chief diversity officer to ensure racial bullying never happens again on its campus. kathleen wong lau has accepted the new role. she will head the university of diversity equity and inclusion. the school saw the need for a chief diversity officer after an african-american student was victimized because of his race. in 2013, the student's suite mates allegedly tried to place a u shaped bike lock around his neck. when the encounter came to light there were protests on campus. in february of this year, the tree suite mates were convicted of misdemeanor battery. financial news now. american apparel is cutting many jobs but it's still promising to make its eye- catching clothes in the united states. >> jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com has that and more. >> reporter: good morning, kenny and michelle. oil prices are rebounding that russia and saudi arabia could
be working on a deal to freeze oil production. the dow was up 164. nasdaq up 38. american apparel is laying off hundreds of workers and could move some of its manufacturing outside of los angeles. so far about 500 workers lost their jobs. the company though says their clothes will still be made in america. they emerged from bankruptcy in february. facebook launched and app to let users chat with companies like with friends. north carolina's governor is changing part of a controversial new law critics say that discriminates against the labor day community. they will hold off on a plan to add 250 jobs in the state because of that new law. kenny and michelle? >> we hear google wants to help you find you time. explain that. >> a new feature on google calendar will ask you about what kind of goals you have so it could be anything from
chilling out, sleeping, meditating or just working on a new project. so look at your schedule and find the best time that you could do it. schedule it in and if a conflict comes up google will automatically reschedule which means you're not getting off the hook. >> thank you, jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com. to campaign 2016. the california's primary will matter for the first time in decades because all the contenders have their eyes on our state. candidates on both sides of the aisle are trying to woo unregistered voters just in time for the june 7 primary. a win in our state could mean a major comeback for ted cruz or bernie sanders. >> this is their chance to determine our nominee and so there's a tremendous amount of excitement. >> for many years california has been just an atm but now they are here for our votes not just our money. >> donald trump has hired a man
to direct his campaign in california. trump and clinton weren't always on the out. documents from the clinton presidential library revealed their ties. they show in 1999, bill clinton dismissed a trump bid for president saying the political process will sort out the wheat from the chief of staff. years later dump -- or trump donated to clinton's senate campaign. the rival's daughters were friends and the clintons were invited to trump's wedding to melania. >> politics is a bloodsport. there's a lot of debris on the superhighway of political life and their friendship has been thrown under the bus. >> despite some high points, the ties between trump and clinton may have been shaky even in 1996 when the clintons decided not to send trump a birthday card. time now 5:40. she was on her way to visit family when she ended up with an empty gas tank and lost in the mountains. next, how she survived nine days in the wild. and let's take a live look at 880 in oakland.
welcome back on this wednesday morning. mostly cloudy skies around the bay area but it's going to be nice. plenty of sun later in the day and then chance of rain heading south. all roles in the military are open to women. ray mabus made a third visit to a major marine corps base to explain the issue to the service members since secretary of defense announced all combat positions will be open to women. >> color doesn't matter.
gender doesn't matter. who you love doesn't matter. it's only can you do the job as a marine. >> marine corps leaders had sought to keep certain infantry and combat jobs closed to women citing studies showing combined gender units are not as effective as male-only units. carter and mabus overruled them. an incredible story of survival in the arizona wilderness. ann rogers lost her way near a mountain range in gila county during a drive to visit county. the 72-year-old woman ran out of gas and spent the night by the road with her dog and cat. the next day she went out to search for help. she survived for days on food in her car but eventually had to eat desert plants. on the ninth day, help finally came. >> that air rescue police copter landed and i sat down and cried. >> rodgers says she did lose some weight and got a few
searches. >> nine days. >> wow. let's check traffic. >> it's been busy on 580 eastbound at grant line. vehicle upside-down still slow backed up to north flynn. they opened two lanes. two right lanes moving better but two left lanes shut down. nine miles per hour on the flip side. that's the westbound side of 580 where you're seeing delays also for the morning drive. so some spectator slowing on top of an already busy commute making it troublesome to work your way through there. the good news is once you get past all that mess there everything is better heading towards the dublin interchange. if you are going from the top of the altamont pass towards 680 right now that's only 15 minutes for your drive time looking good. noticing the pattern at least the portions with the express lanes along 580 have really made a difference in the morning commute. westbound 80 carquinez bridge to the maze 21 minutes now.
you have the metering lights turned on at 5:29. slow-and-go conditions backed up to the maze. so busy off 580, as well. 880 though not doing too bad. we have another accident in san francisco. it's on 101 southbound as you make your way into the doyle tunnel there coming off the golden gate bridge. traffic backing up because there's at least one lane blocked so we are keeping an eye on the golden gate bridge and once you get through the span over towards the toll plaza traffic is moving okay but you might slow down a bit as you head into the tunnel there. south 880 out of hayward looks like we are seeing slower speeds for the morning drive sluggish down into union city. not quite to fremont. if you are cutting over to the san mateo bridge, right now traffic is quiet. 13 minutes between 880 and 101. we have wind advisories for some of our bay area bridges. that includes the san mateo bridge, benicia bridge and dumbarton bridge. 880 at the coliseum quiet.
angels taking on the a's today at the coliseum first pitch at 12:35. busy on 880 later on and, of course, tonight, warriors and grizzlies at 7:30. busy on 880. use bart. >> starting to see a few slow- and-go conditions as well out of antioch into pittsburg. >> that's a look at traffic. let's check the forecast. hey, brian. how come i never get to play just that camera game? >> well, that's a good question, gianna. you will be next up. >> thank you. >> where are we looking from in this shot, gianna? >> that's the bay bridge. >> very nicely done. now you're part of the game! [ laughter ] >> 50s in the area. chillier than yesterday at this time. not a huge deal. sun-up at 6:37 a little over an
hour from now. sunset tonight 7:44 p.m. we should see sunshine. something wicked this way comes, not that wicked, a cold front coming through tomorrow with showers by tomorrow morning. today is nice. futurecast bears it out. a cold front in the bay area tomorrow morning. and it will probably moisten up in the morning commute for thursday h today looks okay. so to sum it up, rain arrives just after midnight tomorrow morning. sunny and warmer for friday and saturday and sunday and monday. numbers near 80 degrees by sunday inland. for us today, it's looking good. san francisco 60. concord 66. san jose 67 degrees. oakland 64. down in the south bay the numbers are mostly in the mid- 60s today plenty of sun for
cupertino, morgan hill 6le. 68. extended forecast calls for sun, some clouds today and then a few light showers tomorrow morning around this time. and then by the weekend, things will warm up right into the mid- 70s, make your plans now. kenny, michelle? >> sounds good, thank you. it is a mystery that has fascinated people across the world for centuries. >> and now an underwater robot is hoping to unlock the secrets of what lies in the depths of loch ness in the uk. initial findings show there's no nessie in the water. earlier this year a fisherman said he saw a trench and cave under water to fit it but the robot which uses sonar imaging to map out the area found no
trench and no monster. >> i'm very interested in the subject. and i'm a keen analyst of the photographs and a student of the phenomenon but i don't think there are any large animals in the loch ness. >> researchers plan to go through more of the images from the robot in the next few weeks and, of course, no matter how state-of-the-art the equipment is and no matter what is revealed, there will always be a sense of mystery around loch ness. the next big earthquake, officials warn of what could happen to the waterfront. what officials want done to lessen the risk coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. we start off today not just with a blue screen but with partly cloudy skies and finishing with number in the 60s. plenty of sunshine later. >> busy on the bay bridge right now as you work your way out of oakland into san francisco. metering lights are on. we have a couple of hot spots. wind advisories on the san mateo bridge and dumbarton. plus delays continue along 580. kenny. port of san francisco officials say our seawall will be in rough shape should an earthquake hit. they are now pushing for major repairs saying that the three- mile waterfront would shift quite a bit in a quake. they believe it would causing cracks along the embarcadero that might shut down muni's train line and do damage to traffic lanes for cars. the port says the best possible
fix involves the process called jet grouting. >> it would be arthroscopic surgery versus open-heart surgery. mixing cement with the soils basically takes a loose sand and makes it a sandstone. >> the injections ensure that the ground would be stable in case of a massive quake if it strikes. it will cost between $2 billion ands 3 billion. if you have never seen a sinkhole in action, here is your chance. look at this video showing the moment a sinkhole swallowed a chunk of roadway. the 12-foot by 15-foot section of the street collapsed into a sewage line on monday. the sinkhole is about 20 feet deep. and it's unknown what caused the damage but official believe recent storms are to blame. the topsy tops program returns to the sonoma raceway where high school students can drag race against uniformed cops in cruisers and also a chance for the officers to talk with teens about safe driving. it starts at 5:00. the oakland museum of
california has a unique new exhibit opening this week. it's all about marijuana. workers are putting the finishing touches on the exhibit called altered state. marijuana in california. traces the history of pot over the years. a measure to legalize recreational use is expected to be on california's november ballot. the exhibit looks at how the state should approach legalizing the drug. >> we are interested in giving californians a place to have good conversations about the issue especially as we lead up to the vote in november. >> the exhibit will open to museum donors tomorrow and then open to the public starting on saturday and it runs through september. a prominent part of san francisco's super bowl city exhibit will live on in a new place. the giant gold 50 sculpture has been purchased by the active 2030 club in santa rosa for $300. one reason for buying the 12- foot-tall sculpture santa rosa is the 50th chapter of the
club. we're at oracle arena this morning where more than 19,000 fans will pay a hefty ticket price. the warriors are trying to make history. >> reporter: and one of the most well known high-tech entrepreneurs is doing something unheard of. spending a quarter billion dollars to create a cancer fighting dream team. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,
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. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table.
and i'm michelle griego. a potential game-changer in the fight against cancer... top minds in the field are coming together for a first-of-its-kind collaboratio good morning. it's wednesday, april 13. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. the top minds in the cancer field are coming together for a collaboration. kpix 5 reporter kiet do is live at stanford just one of the bay area organizations taking part. reporter: good morning. we are just a couple of hours away from the official announcement where tech mogul
sean parker will announce his $250 million grant to fight cancer in a way that's never been done before. it has big names involved including "stanford medicine." this quarter billion-dollar donation from parker would go to create the parker institute for cancer immunotherapy in san francisco. it took parker three years to convince the major players to sign on but now the top 6 cancer research centers including stanford and ucsf are on board as well as pharmaceuticals like merck, bristol-myers squibb and genentech. currently cancer research is siloed with scientists and fiercely protective 6 their work. the institute would help academics negotiate with industry to bring the therapy to the patient and to the market faster. the institute's ceo jeff blue bluestone said: immunotherapy is one of the major advances of therapy's treatment to attack cancer cells. parker has asthma and allergies and has ly