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for profit art school in the country and one of the largest property owners in the city, occupying 40 buildings. the head of the planning department admits they have allowed the academy a few breaks when it comes to the permitting process. and the city attorney says it has to stop. >> here you have a politically powerful entity, one that has vast economic and political resources at its disposal that is treated differently than the average homeowner or business owner. >> reporter: the fines have been piling up unpaid for almost 10 years. they are potentially in the millions of dollars by this point. in the meantime, the academy is working on an environmental impact report that's already five years late. the planning department has set a deadline of july 1 for the university to fall in line. >> has the university responded to this yet? >> you know, the university is not saying much. the university has lawyered up
at this point. the lawyer says that it is trying to work with this city, that it is making moves to make sure that it is following the law. but it seems sort of surprised at this point as to how quickly it came up. there are some allegations that this is politically motivated by the city attorney. we are going to hear more from him later on this morning when he officially announces a lawsuit. >> thank you, anne makovec live this san francisco. -- live in san francisco. thank you. a chance of thunderstorms. a live look now from mount vaca. clouds out there, roberta. >> layers and layers of clouds. because of those layers, we have significant delays at sfo yesterday. so far they are not reporting in but we'll keep on top of that to see if there's any local airport delays. good morning, everybody! let's go ahead and get right to it. our live hi-def doppler radar. i want to point out something to you. even though we don't have a raindrop in sight here locally, look at all the activity out towards the high sierra. keep that in mind because watch this, yesterday our futurecast -- this is where i get our
computer models. i crunch all the data together and come up with a loop for you so you can see what's going to go on. at 10 a.m. it has that same line from the sierra over our inland areas from fairfield to santa rosa the possibility of a thunderstorm developing right there. and as we advance it we see the light showers move towards san francisco. so this is just an outlook for you today. again, a scattered shower certainly possible. any kind of rain we get will be minimal accumulation. we have mostly cloudy skies over san francisco. looking due east towards the port of oakland, san francisco sporting 54. east of the bay bridge, 58 degrees. the winds are under 10. temperatures today will be relatively mild pretty much where they should be for this sixth day of the mon of may. 50s at the beaches with that light shower possible. we have better chances of thunderstorms to the south and to the east of the bay. it looks like our high is topping off at 67 for an outside number. north bay you have a chance of a thunderstorm at any point of the day and when we do have a thunderstorm, it could it
contain cloud-to-ground lightning and also small hail. 67 in windsor. the forecast coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. we are going to talk about highway 4. reports of an accident westbound near willow possible blocking two lanes. we'll get more on that as soon as they arrive on scene. let's go live to the bay bridge. traffic is backed up to the maze. our approaches are still looking good. it is "friday light" here only 14 to 15 minutes to go from the may see into san francisco. so you'll get there pretty quickly through here and no delays on all approaches to the bay bridge right now. looks like we see a few flashing lights off to the right side agoura point past the coliseum. no accidents but a little slushish northbound but traffic still moving from 238 to the maze this morning. taking a look at traffic through the south bay we haven't had any troubles this morning along 101. still 13 minutes from 280/680 to 237. you might see some slightly
slower speeds traffic filling in around 280/680 connector. fairly quiet with free flow conditions to the peninsula and 101 good to san francisco. north 280 in the green no delays as you work your way out of san jose. the california supreme court will decide whether governor brown's plan to reduce prison population will appear on the november ballot. the initiative would make it easier for nonviolent offenders to get paroled. but opponents say that brown changed an existing ballot proposal, the petition process should have started over again. the state supreme court justices have 90 days to decide. the state assembly has approved a bill that would allow landlords to ban tenants from smoking medical marijuana in rented homes. assemblyman jim wood a democrat from healdsburg introduced the measure. california law already allows landlords to bar people from smoking tobacco in rented units. the bill will now go to the state senate. to campaign 2016. with california's primary just over 30 days away, hillary clinton wants all the voters
here to keep her in mine. so she is heading to oakafor an event today. kpix 5's kiet do is live at the elementary school where clinton will talk politics in just a matter of hours. >> reporter: good morning. this is not some big high dollar private fundraiser here at la escuelita in oakland at the elementary school. it's an organizing event where she is will go expected to talk about the economy and national security. now, mrs. clinton was in east l.a. yesterday and it's another sign that she is focusing her attention on california where the june 7 primary is a month away. 100 protestors outside, it was mostly peaceful. half a dozen people who were trying to disrupt the event inside were kicked out though. clinton tried to appeal to latino voters by reminding them. donald trump's plan to build a wall -- by reminding them of donald trump's plan to build a wall and repe -- repeal some of president obama's executive orders. >> i need you to work hard.
we have to turn out the vote on june the 7th [ screaming ] ! >> reporter: back here at la escuelita elementary school where the doors open at 2 p.m. in previous events around the bay area we have seen lines start forming well before then. the event starts at 4 p.m. and you are encouraged to take bart. live in oakland, kiet do, kpix 5. >> does she have plans to stay in the bay area afterwards. >> reporter: yes. so she is heading into san francisco for a private fundraising event that starts at 7 p.m. it is sold out with senators barbara boxer and dianne feinstein in attendance. >> thank you. as for the republicans, it seems that the gop leadership is still having a hard time getting behind their presumptive nominee. house speaker paul ryan says he is not ready to endorse donald trump just yet. >> i'm just not ready to do that at this point. i'm not there right now. i hope to and i want to but i think what is required is that we unify the party. >> in a staple, trump said he
is not ready to support -- in a statement trump said he is not ready to support speaker ryan's agenda but hopes to work together in the future. people aren't happy with this tweet from donald trump yesterday. it reads, quote, happy cinco de mayo. the best taco bowls are made in trump tower grill. i love hispanics! a bay area man just got some help from the president. president obama reduced the sentence of jacob george colebrook of richmond yesterday. he is serving a nearly 20 year federal prison sentence for cocaine possession. the president set the release day for 2018. he is the latest in nearly 300 sentences the president has reduced since taking office. a man is now charged in a fatal shooting at an antioch convenience store. 34-year-old thomas williams, jr., of oakland is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and wounding a clerk monday at the quick stop on tregallas road. williams was charged yesterday with murder and attempted
murder. a big rig driver is dead after his truck ran off a highway and crashed near an apartment complex in stanislaus county yesterday off highway 99 in turlock. investigators say the truck collided with several vehicles in the parking lot and came just feet from hitting the building. >> where it happened was right directly in front of where my son sleeps. >> this is always something that we have been concerned about. but having it actually happen, it's very scary. >> one other person was hurt and trapped for a while inside a truck that was hit by the big rig. time now 6:08. technical glitches continue to plague the oakland police department and it could be putting city residents in danger. >> and that wildfire in western canada has forced evacuations in three more communities. we'll have more on the fire's path of destruction. >> and from our kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. i have put together a computer model so you can see where and when we have the potential of thunderstorms. >> and we are getting word of
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♪ the oakland police departm's troubled radio welcome to your friday at 6:12. looks like we're looking at angel island and alcatraz. visibility is limited due to clouds and fog. we have have the friday forecast featuring thunderstorms coming up in about 4 minutes. the oakland police department's troubled radio system failed again. it has a rocky history at times leaving officers unable to communicate during emergencies. then during the radio glitch, opd's computer-aided dispatch system went out for three
hours. officers and firefighters used the database for addresses, phone numbers and information to respond to calls. during the outage, dispatchers had to write down incidents on paper. as far as the radios, opd says it went to a backup countywide system and everything was working within 40 minutes. one councilmember says that's not good enough. >> for me to hear that our radios are off and on sometimes is really -- it sets back public safety and holds back our police officers if they have no confidence in the previous radio system. >> the city council approved joining the countywide radio system in 2014. but the full transition has not yet been made. evacuations continue in western canada as a massive destructive wildfire continues to spread. so far, more than 80,000 people have fled fort mcmurray, alberta and surrounding areas and so far there are no reports
of deaths or injuries. as hena daniels reports, it shows no signs of slowing down. >> reporter: neighborhoods in fort mcmurray are still smoldering reduced to ashes with any evidence of life clouded in smoke. >> there's nothing there. there's so many homes, they are gone. >> reporter: at least 49 fires are burning across the area incinerating more than 1,000 homes. nearly 90,000 people have been evacuated, not knowing when they can go back or if there's even a home to go back to. >> still up surrounding the city and we are doing our very best here. >> reporter: this person had two dogs. one dog is with her in this evacuation shelter but lost her other dog buddy. >> my husband tried to get it. he had fire behind him but he didn't die in the house. >> reporter: a community volunteer put buddy in a box for the family to bury wherever
they end up. hena daniels, cbs news. >> cooler temperatures are expected but low humidity and strong winds are still major factors. we already paid here in the bay area but now new york will also have to pay a plastic bag fee. the new york city council voted 28-20 to begin charging a nickel for bags. some new yorkers oppose the measure saying they use the bags to line their trash cans but lawmakers say the tax will severely reduce the amount of plastic pollution the bags create. some of us just want a little extra leg room on a plane ride. others, the kind of luxury that costs $38,000. this cozy flight from new york to mumbai is being called the world's most expensive ride. they charge $38,000 for one way. but you have a personal butler and the chance to craft your own in-flight menu. best of all, a bathroom where you can actually breathe. you get your own one and it comes with a full height shower. >> it looks like a mini
apartment, doesn't it? >> yeah. basically a private plane, right? >> well, yeah. it looks like it. but $38,000? yeah, you can only dream. all right. let's check the roads. how's it looking? >> powerball winnings for that flight for sure. all right. it is getting busy out there. we have reports of this accident on highway 4 so you typically use westbound 4 out of bay point into concord, two left lanes blocked at willow pass. there are injuries involved. there is a lot of police presence as well so possible police activity. we'll get more details on that and try to confirm that best wound four at willow pass two lanes -- westbound 4 at willow pass two lanes blocked. it will take time to get through there hillcrest to 242. on 242 to 680 no problem. we have some brake lights along 580 altamont pass to 680. 15-minute ride making it to the connector at the dublin interchange but the bulk of the delays are out of tracy usually on the westbound side. it's moving a little slow through there.
again at 680 no troubles connecting over there. 680 looks good. southbound easy ride from 24 to five five -- from 24 to 580. no delays. bay bridge toll plaza metering lights are on backed up to the foot of the maze. it is lighter than usual through there. here's roberta. good morning, everyone. our live hi-def doppler radar not putting any rain showers here in the bay area right now. but we can see clearly that we do have some rain showers around the placerville area some thunderstorms and you can see the lightning strikes to the north of reno and also within the state of california. so i want to keep a watchful eye on the line of showers because our futurecast computer model does illustrate that we could see the potential of those showers moving into the fairfield area concord, clayton and walnut creek back through the tri-valley by 10:00 this morning with this right here, possibly a thunderstorm that pops and any thunderstorm could contain that cloud-to-ground lightning and small hail as
this goes west. light rain showers anticipated at noon in san francisco and look right there at san jose 101 into morgan hill, the potential of a thunderstorm, as well. we are going to keep the weather unsettled all afternoon into our saturday before the air mass begins to stabilize on sunday just in time for mother's day. meanwhile, this is the scene looking out towards san jose under a mostly cloudy sky. so far no reports of delays at mineta international airport, oakland or sfo. temperatures are mild as you get ready to kick-start your friday into the 50s. area of low pressure is to the south of us. we are seeing the wraparound moisture in a counterclockwise fashion. random thunderstorms possible today, warming sunday. satellite and radar this is the area of low pressure digging to the southeast, precipitation is lifting to the north and traversing to the west. so meanwhile, as that happens, all the rain is moving from our inland areas towards the coast. that's where we had the best potential of thunderstorms inland. and with all the thunderstorms and the moderate rainfall in the tahoe area today and
tomorrow, it looks like we could see some minor stream rising waters. so watch out for that possibility of flooding in the tahoe area. 6:08 asunrise. 8:05 is sunset. smack in between, 60s for the most part 50s at the seashore. here's your extended forecast including that important mother's day forecast. that's when we begin to settle down after several days of instability here in the bay area. monday through thursday, is the warming trend. 64 at the beaches on mom's day to 74 degrees away from the bay. great day still to go on outside and enjoy your mother's day brunch. >> yes. >> and for a baseball game, too, right? >> we're going to our family and you're going to brunch. >> yeah. >> and you're going furniture shopping. >> because six years ago i bought this dining table off craigslist when i was single and i think the wife wants a new one. >> your wife said no more. >> happy mother's day! >> of course. >> that's right. we hear at kpix 5 wanted to take some time to thank all the moms out there who make it
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under five minutes left sharks 3-2. but then! james neil scored. and he sent the game to overtime. in the first ot, the sharks' joe pavelski appears to score the game winner but the goal is waved off after review. they said he interfered with the goalie so we would play on. game goes all the way into a third overtime. the predators' mike fisher scores after the rebound to end it after 109 minutes, nashville winning 4-3 to tie the series at two games. >> just take us through the game winner if you would, please. >> i was so tired i almost forget. but it was a good play to get that going in the middle there. he got it through. kind of got the rebound and stuffed it home. giants starter matt cain allowed 8 earned runs in 4 innings against colorado. the reliever got only one out in the 5th inning as the
rockies teed off sending 17 men to the plate collecting 10 hits scoring 13 runs to turn the game that was 4-3 colorado entering the inning into a 17-3 blowout at the time. the rockies win 17-7. now, on a related note, matt cain and jake peavy are struggling. tim lincecum will try out today for over 20 teams in scottsdale. the giants right now looking like perhaps they could use a starter. it's going to be crazy weekend, sharks, warriors and lincecum trying out today. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you sunday night on game day. sinead o'connor -- and it sl about prince... the comments that sparked the dipsute. libs 6:25. a blast from the past. arsenio hall is going after singer sinead o'connor. it's all about prince. the comments that sparked the dispute. >> a kpix 5 dispute shows a big local university could have the
the disturbing allegations revealed in a new lawsuit. weathe a bay area school district is accused of failing to protect hundreds of students. the allegations in a new lawsuit. hillary clinton is coming to oakland in a couple of hours. a preview coming up. >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. we are tracking the potential of another round of thunderstorms for your friday. >> and i'll have the latest information on this accident causing big delays along highway 4. >> good morning, it is friday, may 6, i'm kenny choi.
>> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:29. one of san francisco's biggest landlords is accused of breaking the law and helping fuel the housing crisis. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live at one of the many of academy of art buildings throughout the city with details on the lawsuit expected to be announced today. >> reporter: it turns out the academy of art university owes the city of san francisco a lot of money, potentially in the millions of dollars, and continues to break the city's rules. this is one of the buildings in question behind me here. it's the cannery at fisherman's wharf which they say is being used illegally as academy of art classrooms or dorms. they are demanding it be returned to the affordable housing stock. for years the school has been piling up fines. here's what their lawyer says. >> our plan is to wrap all this
up in a resolution that is satisfactory to the planning commission. >> i think it's something that the city and county should be embarrassed about. >> reporter: that is the city attorney dennis herrera, who is filing a civil lawsuit against the university. he is expected it make an announcement about that this morning. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> there's a lot going on with this issue so what does it all boil down to? >> the main sticking point right now, nine buildings in question that violate a new city ordinance that regulates what residential housing can be converted. so it looks like the law would have to be changed completely in order for the academy to come into compliance. some other schools in the city though have had their buildings grandfathered in. so the academy likely is going to try to broker some sort of deal with the city. back to you. >> all right, anne. thank you. oh!! [ thunder ] >>
>> a lot of unsettled air could mean more thunderstorms today. one of our viewers sent this video in from oakley in eastern contra costa county. and this is a look inside a home in oakley that was hit with a bolt of lightning. a ceiling fan came crashing down even the foundation was damaged. all right. 6:32 right now. let's check the weather and see if it's going to wreak any more havoc on the bay area. >> that kept m busy. at 9:18 we saw lightning hit that home in the oakley area. very dangerous because it's cloud-to-ground lightning. it's dangerous for us as we roam around our day. but also for the potential of fire danger. as we look at our live hi-def doppler radar, look at all the activity lit up over placerville. as i zoom in, we have some lightning strikes. can you see them? around the greater lake tahoe
area. yesterday they were slammed with light to moderate rainfall and additional snow. you saw more lightning. these are cloud-to-ground lightning strikes. and all this activity according to our futurecast which was spot on yesterday wants to move in throughout our back door throughout the truffle all the way into fairfield traverse into san francisco between the morning hours and the early afternoon hours. we are going to be unsettled all day with the potential of a thunderstorm blossoming at any point of the day. live weather camera featuring san jose we see lots of -- i love this imagery. you have the low clouds and fog sweeping in over the valley. mid- and high level cloudiness. overall temperatures are mild in the 50s. later today we'll have highs from the 50s at the coast to the 60s inland. we'll have the full forecast coming up. on the roads, it is busy along highway 4 with a major injury accident near willow pass. it's two separate accidents. some pretty big delays as a result. two left lanes are completely shut down. injuries reported so a lot of
activity there on scene. drive times up to 30 minutes between hillcrest and 242 along westbound 4. a lot of those delays don't start until you get to pittsburg. you can see this is a live look at conditions near lone tree on 4 so still okay out of antioch. use an alternate if you can. busy but not bad at the altamont pass. doing okay to north flynn. then you see some okay speeds towards 680 to the dublin interchange where connecting to 680 shouldn't be a problem. ford is making a hefty investment in a palo alto company in hopes of bringing some tech smarts to the auto industry. this is the latest collaboration between detroit automakers and sillicon valley. ford is funneling $182 million into the software company pivotal. it's to help with their new app ford pass which allows drives to pay for parking and share their cars. the parent company of jamba
juice is leaving the bay area. they are moving to frisco, texas from emeryville. the company cites the high cost of doing business in the bay area. and texas is closer to regions in the eastern u.s., where the juice chain plans to expand. the move is expected to happen next year, affecting about 120 employees. only some were offered relocation packages. to campaign 2016. with california's primary right around the corner, hillary clinton wants to be sure that our hearts are not with bernie sanders. she is in oakland to sway us. kiet do is live at the elementary school where clinton will tackle some tough issues early this afternoon. kiet. >> reporter: yes. good morning. all quiet here at la escuelita elementary school in oakland but in a couple of hours, it will be swarming with police officers, secret service, bomb- sniffing dogs, metal detectors, the whole nine yards. this is billed as an organizing event but hillary clinton is probably going to attract people like she did yesterday
in l.a. it was a lively but peaceful event in east l.a. but it was also clear she is focusing her attention on california now that the primary is a month away. 100 protestors demonstrated on a scattered range of issues. inside six people were removed for disrupting the speech. she appealed to latino voters by bashing donald trump reminding about his plan. >> he has planned his first days in office to scrap [ non- english language ] and to finalize a design for a giant wall on the border. well -- >> boo! >> the best way to prevent that from happening is to make sure he never gets near the white house!! [ hillary clinton screaming ] >> reporter: back here in oakland doors open at 2 p.m. but we have seen lines form hours before then. the event starts at 4 and it ends at 5:00. if you're coming organizers want you to take bart. live in oakland, kiet do, kpix
5. later today, california senate candidate kamala harris will give the keynote address at the santa clara county democrat dinner in san jose. harris has been meeting with democrats across the state in preparation for june 7 primary. arsenio hall is suing an artist for claiming he gave drugs to prince. hall has launched a libel suit against sinead o'connor over a facebook post. in it, she said investigators should talk to hall about just who supplied the deceased singer with drugs. o'connor went a step further saying arsenio hall drugged her. hall says she is lying and is seeking $5 million in damages. the gilroy school district is accused of putting hundreds of students in danger. the mother of a student says that a teacher preyed upon her daughter and the school did nothing. >> the district failed to report the abuse as required. >> because they failed to take meaningful action, many more children were harmed. >> the lawsuit filed against the school district claims that
school leaders learned that douglas le sent sexual text messages to celeste benn's daughter years ago. police arrested hum for allegedly posing as a woman online to get hundreds of boys to send him nude photos. benicia complained in 2014. a district board member says that they didn't fire le because they didn't believe he committed a crime. he resigned after his arrest. the search is on for a missing pleasant hill teen. 17-year-old kelsey dahl was last seen during a school scheduled break on wednesday. investigators say she may have left the school with her boyfriend voluntarily. she was last seen wearing a light blue hoodie and black pants. 6:38. big things are brewing at a world famous bay area beer company. details on the plan for expansion. >> a special tribute is planned for giants legend willie mays
good morning. i'm lining up live hi-def doppler. i'm going to back it up to see what's going on in the bay area as well as the greater lake tahoe area. first you see that line of activity in the form of yellow and orange? i'm highlighting that right there. that is a line of heavy showers from yuba city into san andreas and moving towards the bay area. meanwhile upstream we go and there's lightning in the greater lake tahoe area. thunderstorms again today. we'll talk more about that in less than four minutes. the week is ending with
some disappointing news regarding jobs in the u.s. joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> good morning, kenny. good morning, michelle. the april jobs report in from the labor department. the gain of 160,000 was weaker than expected after expecting 200,000. that's well below the pace that we have had over the past several months. the labor participation rate was also weaker. but the unemployment rate staying steady at 5%. one really key piece of news that is good, wage growth was stronger than the prior month a gain of 2.5%. that's key going forward as we look for job creation to probably slow down the pace that we have had but have wages come up just a little more. they have been weak for the past several years. tech earnings are in focus today. several companies are getting hit on their results. that includes action camera maker gopro, mobile payment site square and also cyber security firm fireeye. go pro saw a 50% decline in its
revenue in the 1st quarter. and it's delaying the launch of its karma drone until the holiday season. the company says it's making some tweaks that's not going to just be a drone. the quad copter is seen as key for gopro's future after camera sales have fallen off for the company. yelp, though, is providing some good news. company had a very good quarter. it saw more users on its mobile app and that's key for the company and shares are up in the early going. stock market down following the job report but it's since coming back now. and we're pretty flat. let's check the big board. dow down by 5. nasdaq positive up2. the s&p is flat. shares at square are down by 16%. yelp meanwhile is up by 14%. kenny and michelle, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. it is 6:44. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this
morning." >> gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning. >> reporter: it's 6:44 gayle time on wednesday -- no, it's friday! i'm looking forward to friday. hi, kenny, michelle. good to see you guys. donald trump responds to paul ryan's announcement that he cannot support him yet. we'll talk with former bush chief of staff and drew card and republican strat it's frank lund and we are in canada with the wildfire. terrible situation there. and norah is in orlando where lucky girl she is going to be talking with prince harry later today. she will preview the "invictus" games and ahead of mother's day, we are going to take a look at homes who overshare on social media. who are these creatures? the news is back in the morning. [ laughter ] >> we'll see you at 7:00 on the dot. kenny, you're laughing a little too loudly. [ laughter ] >> oh, okay. >> it's friday. >> i got to tone it down a little bit. >> it's friday. >> i hope you enjoy your weekend, gayle.
>> i will. i will. but i always say mothers who overshare, they do it with the best of intentions. just saying. >> they do. that's why you can't get too mad but i have always been told i undershare so i need to get on board. >> dads sometimes overshare, too. i have a 2.5-year-old. i always post pictures. >> let me tell you this, condition any. no potty training pictures. kids do not like that. >> good advice, gayle. thank you. >> see you at 7:00. the russian river brewing company plans to expand to a second location. according to the "pressdemocrat," the santa rosa- based craft brewery plans to build a second brew pub in windsor. they are known for pliny the younger beer available just two weeks every year. it is 6:46. let's check traffic again. gianna has details been aaccident causing big delays on -- an accident causing big delays on 4. >> reporter: westbound 4 at
willow pass lanes are blocked, the two left lanes down for the count as crews work to clear it. two separate accidents in the area. so it's causing major delays there to railroad at this point. we are hearing of 45-minute drive from railroad to 242 the hillcrest portion to 242 taking about 33 minutes. so big delays still doing okay out of antioch but again brake lights around railroad. that's where it begins. brake lights at the bay bridge, metering lights are turned on around 5:30 this morning. you're backed up to about the foot of the maze at this point. looks like our approaches starting to take a hit. westbound 80 carquinez bridge to the maze, 29 minutes now. westbound 580 itself also seeing a backup this morning. we are seeing a few brake lights out of san jose. no accidents. that's the good news. but slow-and-go conditions. northbound from capital spread stop-and-go, pretty much to looks like just past 880 at this point. your going to see a few brake lights as well as you approach 237. 15 minutes from 280/680 to 237. but the rest of the south bay is quiet. no delays along 280 or 87. of course, this could change
with the chance of thunderstorms in the forecast. we do have thunderstorms right now in the high sierra. just turning 6:48 on this tgif. it's friday! let's get to our live hi-def doppler radar and when you see the green on the screen, that's some light rain showers. when you see the yellow, that's more moderate. and when you see the orange that's the possibility of a thunderstorm. i can see some lightning strikes that are popping up north of reno. zooming in, this is the cluster of some heavy rainfall that can contain thunderstorms. our hi-def doppler radar is placing all this activity to gradually slide into the west direction. there are more lightning strikes just popping up. futurecast, what i have done is gotten these computer images. i have pretty much edited them together so you can see when we are anticipating some light rain or the potential of a thunderstorm from the tri- valley lifting into the concord through santa rosa. that could be a thunderstorm blossoming through the morning
hours. watch the clock, here's your lunchtime in the city of san francisco. you may need that umbrella. look at all this activity as it continues to pop into the inland areas. and then again hit-and-miss scattered showers throughout the day today. let's just say it is an unstable forecast for your friday into saturday. a lot of instability in the atmosphere. ray, good morning to you, he is our weather watcher in the mountain view area. he says it's 58 degrees heavy cloud cover. let's verify that with this right here. sfo, mostly cloudy skies. delays now one hour 17 minutes on some arriving flights. temperatures really mild as you kick-start your friday into the 50s. a random shower and thunderstorm in the forecast for today. a warming trend for mother's day. here's your satellite-radar. i love this. this is the cutoff area of low pressure. now, it is digging to the south into the east but the precipitation is lifting up to the north and then traversing to the west. now what's going to happen is, as that cutoff continues to move to the south, the rain enters our back door from the east then moves due west.
that's really unusual for us. usually it comes from the north to the south but we have heavy rain in the lake tahoe area. we are expecting some minor rises in the stream. so the potential of flooding there this weekend. there's your sun-up and by the time it sets tonight, we are anticipating today's temperatures pretty close to where they should be for this time of the year. 50s, 60s. here's your forecast for the weekend. finally stabilizing by mom's day on sunday. it's a warming trend on monday through thursday. make it a great friday. cue the music. today's the fourth annual metallica night at at&t park but yesterday the group behind the hit song enter sandman spent the day at the beach. the guitarist and others joined the players for a clean-up at ocean beach. they posed for pictures with fans. this afternoon, san francisco will dedicate a cable car to baseball hall of famer willie mays. it's trolley number 24, the jersey number he wore when he played for the giants in new york and san francisco.
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♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪ working to contain a rough parts five things to know at the :55. firefighters in canada are still working to contain a wildfire raining through parts of alberta. the burn zone is now larger than the city of chicago.
the fire has forced more than 80,000 people from their homes. rain this weekend could help the firefighting efforts. today a star-studded memorial is planned at longs city hall to honor prince. long-time prince collaborators will take part in a free concert this evening. faith evans and others will perform. l.a. city hall has special significance. the late musician's diamonds and pearls music video was shot there. donald trump continues to struggle to build unity within the republican party. house speaker paul ryan declined to support him yet as the party's standard-bearer saying trump still has to prove himself. voters in west virginia and nebraska hold their presidential primaries tuesday. hillary clinton will visit oakland today after spending yesterday in southern california. the democratic front-runner is holding an organizing event at 2:00 at la escuelita elementary school in oakland. after that, she heads to a sold- out fundraising event in san francisco. a gilroy mother is suing her daughter's school district.
she says the district learned two years ago that a teacher had been sending sexually explicit text messages to her daughter. the lawsuit claims school officials ignored the danger and kept the teacher on the job. i'm anne makovec outside one of the 22 buildings in san francisco that the city attorney says the academy of art university has illegally turned into classrooms or dorms. now the city attorney is planning on filing suit. this okay takes already scarce housing -- this, of course, takes already scarce housing in san francisco off the market. the university is the largest for profit school in the country for art schools. and one of the largest property owners in the city occupying 40 buildings. so the head of the city planning department has admitted they have allowed the academy a few breaks when it comes to the permitting process. and the city attorney says it's finally time to stop. >> here you have a politically powerful entity, one that has vast economic and political
resources at its disposal that's treated differently than the average homeowner or business owner. >> the fines have been piling up unpaid for almost 10 years. in the meantime, the academy is working on an environmental impact report that is already five years behind schedule. the planning department has set a deadline of july 1 for the university to fall in line. anne makevoc, kpix 5. delays continue along highway 4 westbound at willow pass. we have had two separate accidents major injuries in fact chp saying 7 people were transported to the hospital. so big delays as a result. you're backed up to railroad. give yourself a few extra minutes, 45 to 50 minutes from railroad to 242 this morning. metering lights are on at the bay bridge. backed up into the maze. a little slow off the approaches. but "friday light" you look okay across the upper deck into san francisco. rhianna at s.a.p. center tonight at 7:30 so expect delays this evening for 280, guadalupe parkway, 85 also as well as 880 towards downtown san jose. and rockies and giants also
tonight at at&t park. first pitch 7:15. you will see some delays also on 280 extension, use bart. that's a great way to get to the ballgame on caltrain. that's a good choice, as well. the rest of the bay area is "friday light" with no delays along the nimitz freeway. traffic clears as you work your way along the san mateo bridge with no delays hayward into foster city. as i fire up our live hi- def doppler radar, something tells me i am going to be busy in the next couple of hours. look at the activity on the screen. lightning, thunder, lots of snow in the high sierra. and that right there, that's a band of some heavy rain and the potential of thunderstorm into the central valley. computer models place it over the bay area, in the east bay by 10 a.m. live weather camera looking out towards mount diablo. okay who stole the mountains? [ laughter ] >> the mountain is gone! low clouds and fog, layers of clouds out there temperatures into the 50s. we have delays at sfo on some arriving flights over an hour. temperatures today with the mainly cloudy sky and chance of a light shower and the potential of a thunderstorm. 50s, 60s, up to about 67
degrees. you're looking at san jose at 67 degrees. the numbers pretty uniform across the board. and dry on sunday. >> finally. >> looking forward to it. thanks for watching kpix 5 news this morning. the next local update is 7:26. is at 7:26. >> but first we want to wish a happy mother's day to all the moms out there. and we leave you with a few photos of the crew here at kpix 5 along with the moms very close to our hearts. have a great day. >> happy mother's day. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com
♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, may 6, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump and house speaker paul ryan square off over endorsements and the republican agenda. powerful party leaders refuse to support trump as their nominee. unstoppable flames force massive air lifts for thousands of people in canada. the exploding wildfires described as hell on earth. and world class heroes wounded in war come together through competition. norah o'donnell is in orlando for the invictus games. >> we begin with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. they all said you're the nomine t