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to clinch. good morning, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. crews are fixing the sinkhole that turned one family's car ride into a rescue mission. kpix 5's anne makovec is live where the ground gave way and crews are still patching up the problem. >> you can see mission street is closed between new montgomery and 2nd street. there's the sick hole. it is 12 feet by 5 feet wide and nine feet deep. repairs are set to begin again at dawn. this hole opened up at 5:30 last night and the car partially fell in. there was a family inside and rescuers told them to just stay put until they could secure the precariously stuck car so it wouldn't fall in. >> what was the reaction when they were told you have to stay in the car? >> they were shocked! they would tell someone to stay
inside a clearly dangerous situation. reporter: crews towed it away. now they have to figure out the cause of the sinkhole, possibly a broken sewer line. it was built in 1875. >> old system there, anne. what other factors will they be looking at? >> reporter: at any recent road repairs if that might have played a factor. perhaps things were patched up well. they are also going to take a look at what kind of contracting work may have been done. how the age of the sewer line is a factor. >> thank you, anne makovec in san francisco. 5:01. what's happening with weather? >> ilike looking at the reporters out there on live reports. she looks beautiful as usual. the banner tape was moving. the winds are up to 10 miles an hour. inland up to 16 miles per hour.
when you do weather you see things through different eyes. it's overcast. temperatures in the 40s in the north bay. 54 redwood city. that's the scene. that's the deal. that's our satellite and radar. you see the clouds stacked up and just hanging very tight to the immediate seashore saturating the bay even the central valley socked in. partial clearing at the coast with 60s. you will feel the difference around the peninsula up to 83 degrees in los gatos, 82 san jose through santa clara. east bay 85 in brentwood. i know you felt it was warm yesterday. today again ample sunshine in concord in the low 80s. 60s at the immediate seashore and stinson beach and bodega bay with a pretty good wind out of the southwest 10 to 20.
80 napa. clearlake 85. pollen report coming up. time to check the roads right now. we are accident-free on 580 but there's extra volume westbound towards 680 this morning from the altamont pass. we are seeing the usual slow- and-go conditions westbound out of tracy to greenville speeds probably around 35 miles per hour through there. no major delays connecting to 680. golden gate bridge looks good no delays out of marin. easy ride into san francisco. san mateo bridge a great start. free-flowing 880 to 101. roadwork on the lower deck of the bay bridge out of san francisco to the east bay. use mass transit. everything is on time. no delays. a sinkhole in san francisco at mission shut down between 2nd street and new montgomery. use folsom, howard or market to get around it.
right now, no delays on 880. nimitz clear northbound into downtown oakland, southbound no delays into hayward. that's a look at traffic. back to you. new this morning, golden gate ferry is getting a $2.2 million boost from the feds. the grant will go toward upgrading two ferries and landing facilities. changes will include new ramps, floats and other terminal improvements. the ferry boat renovations will be completed over several years. the university of california is expected to vote today on a new policy that aims to protect student athletes. it would nearly triple the number of student athletes who would be guaranteed financial aid to continue their studies in the event of a career ending sports injury. san francisco is the site of a battle between oracle and google. testimony started yesterday with a case with billions at
stake. oracle says google infringed. google is claiming fair use. oracle wants $8.8 billion in damages. the warriors can advance to the next round of the nba play- offs if they can beat the portland trail blazers if they can tonight. >> steph curry will get the mvp. kiet do reports. >> reporter: strange to be quiet at "roar-acle." looks great in gold. all the seats are decked out in strength in numbers yellow t- shirts. everyone gets one with a rally flag. the franchise operating at its peak. stratospheric levels of achievement. the team coming off a lot of momentum and it will be tough for portland. yesterday at oracle another historic moment on top of so many this season as curry received the mvp trophy for the
second year in a row. it was an earnest speech. he won the second mvp with unprecedented unanimous vote something never done before and the trophy ceremony came after a big win in portland. he had been resting for two weeks because of a bad knee and gave a stunning performance monday night. oh, my goodness, curry stored a historic 17 points in overtime another league play-off record with portland now down 3-1 in the series and heading into oracle arena tonight draymond green didn't mince his words. >> i trust our team to come out ready to go and close the series out. it's not -- of course i think they're done. it's team for to us close the series. >> reporter: all righty. tip-off is 7:30 tonight. the first 3,000 fans coming
into oracle get a car flag. not looking good for portland at this point. now, go, "dubs," at this point. live at oracle, back to you. >> at this point. >> how much are the tickets going for on the resale market? >> reporter: the stadium itself is sold out but you can get them the nose bleed seats for $7,500 on stubhub. courtside seats are still available. $4,850. >> i think it's better on the couch. thank you, kiet. steph curry did have a few special guests at the mvp ceremony kiet was talking about. four young members of the nonprofit girls, inc. it works to inspire and empower young girls of color. the mvp hand-picked the organization as part of president obama's my brother's keeper initiative. >> the opportunity for us, it was like a once-in-a-lifetime thing that we got that we were chosen to do. >> especially hearing curry's
speech motivated me to keep pushing in life and stay in school. >> it was an honor to just like even be in the presence of the warriors. >> it was really amazing. >> thank you! >> the four girls were chosen out of the thousands of members of the organization. >> cool. happening today, california's day of the teacher. there are events around the state to celebrate and thank educators and in many places teachers are also rallying for everything from affordable housing to healthcare funding to school funding. this year's theme is california teachers leaders of learning. san francisco voters will have a chance to decide in november whether to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote. the board of supervisors voted yesterday to put the measure on the ballot. if voters approve they could vote in future elections for local races and ballot measures only. turning to campaign 2016, experts say bernie sanders' west virginia primary will do little to slow downhill hill on the way to the democratic
presidential nomination. but sanders still holds on hope and vows to fight on. he won yesterday's primary in west virginia 51-36% over hillary clinton. republican donald trump won west virginia and nebraska. some gop leaders continue to shy away from supporting him. >> a big win for bernie sanders and donald trump, who seem to be getting a boost from dissatisfaction of voters with various things in the american economy, specifically, though, things like trade and trade agreements. and that's something that really hurts hillary clinton. >> next up for the candidates primaries in oregon and kentucky next tuesday. time now 5:09. they may look traditional in the way they are dressed but this couple picked an unusual backdrop for this prom picture. >> and is it the cure for wrinkles some people have been waiting for? it's called second skin next. >> good morning. it's going to be warmer today but wait until you see the
graves county. cars buried in the rubble. several power lines down in the area. the twister that did the damage was caught on camera. >> look at that! >> the tornado seemed to slice through part of town kicking debris into the air. police say that none of the injuries are life-threatening. in southern oklahoma damage from another tornado stretches for miles. homes are destroyed, two people killed. may is prime season for tornadoes in the area and there's a chance for severe weather again later this week. a tornado did inspire a magical moment though when two colorado teens posed for a prom picture. charlie and allie took shots at the dance but it was this pick with the tornado in the background that has gone viral. the severe storm actually delayed the start of prom by 45 minutes. now charlie is modest about the kodak moment they shared as mother nature went wild. >> another prom picture. >> but one with a huge tornado
in it. >> i didn't think it would get that much attention. i thought it was cool. we catch weird nature stuff like that all the time. but this one, the public liked it, i guess. >> allie is calling the picture a once-in-a-lifetime experience. >> the calm before the storm. investigators are looking into whether music legend prince died from an overdose. yesterday, detectives revisited the singer's paisley park home. as part of the probe investigators have interviewed a minnesota doctor who saw prince twice in the month before his death and prescribed him medication two days before his death. the beauty market is always looking for the latest fountain of youth to fight aging. now some say they have found t an elastic second skin. >> yes. >> first put on an invisible cream with a polymer in it then put on a catalyst and the two creams produce an invisibility plastic coating that mimics younger skin.
>> i don't see why you couldn't put it on every morning and wear it like any other makeup. >> i don't see why you can't, either. the second skin was developed over nine years. [ chuckling ] >> it was tested on more than 100 people. it could protect source and hide skin diseases. it hits the market in a couple of years. no word on how much it will cost. that's something i would try. >> i heard one doctor calling it the spanks for the face. >> it is. spanks for the face. why not? the [ laughter ] >> time now 5:15. gianna, you think you would try it spanks for the face? >> i'm in. why not? no surgical procedure, no needles. i wonder how expensive. still a few more years. wish it was sooner. on the roads, we have a live look here in san francisco. there is a sinkhole causing problems shutting down a main street in san francisco, mission closed between 2nd street and new montgomery through there. so you have alternates in the area.
but again, right now it causes problems this morning as folks go to work in san francisco. use howard, folsom or market as an alternate. anne makovec is live at the scene and will continue to bring us more information, updates, throughout the morning. elsewhere on the roads if you are heading into san francisco later on, don't forget giants are in town. first pitch 12:45. a day game. so you'll see delays along the 280 extension and on the bay bridge heading into san francisco. right now we have some slight delays on 580. folks headed towards 680 dublin interchange. so extra volume no accidents or incidents. that's the good news. but east of there "super commuters" are experiencing their usual slow-and-go conditions westbound 580, 205 and a break at the dublin interchange. easy out of marin county this morning. no troubles along 101, southbound or northbound. in fact, we also checked santa rosa conditions now and traffic looks good along 101 so if you are traveling south of there heading into san francisco you shouldn't have any delays
toward the golden gate bridge. most of our bay area bridges are very quiet right now. that's true of the san mateo bridge and dumbarton bridge out of the east bay towards the peninsula traffic is very light right now. in fact, san mateo bridge only 13 minutes to go between 880 and 101. no troubles on 880 itself. bay bridge starting to load up a bit. we're seeing extra volume and so far traffic is okay across the upper deck into san francisco. that's your morning drive. roberta, i did have to use my windshield wipers this morning. >> you had localized drizzle. it was more of a thin overcast over the bay bridge. it was overcast. once you hit the coast you pick up a little bit of drizzle. where am i this morning? [ laughter ] let's look at the embarcadero. all lit up for our golden state warriors. temperatures 49 degrees in santa rosa, 55 in oakland. winds up to 16 miles per hour out of the southwest. we have thin overcast
temperatures going up inland. stronger west and southwest breeze. and we do have the potential of rain showers next week. we'll get to that seven-day forecast of here's dave. necessary napa this morning reporting 48 degrees. he says he could see some stars poking through the very thin cloud layer. let's look at it with our futurecast. so you can play along at home and try to figure out, we'll have sun in your neighborhood right there. some clouds still hanging out towards pacifica into the sunset district by lunch hour. inland sunshine and temperatures warmer inland away from the bay. tomorrow we see the return of the marine layer early. high pressure key component but it's very weak. so temperatures not topping off in the 90s. but getting there in ukiah at 88, sacramento, stockton into davis, 87 degrees. we have a chance of a thunderstorm in yosemite today. otherwise 91 degrees in fresno. today's highs average around the seashore. san francisco about 3 degrees
above average. san jose the average high 75, but instead flirting with 80 degrees backing through willow glen into santa clara all the way into alviso. east bay 85 towards discovery bay and brentwood and 78 in santa rosa. pollen report, olive trees are coming into play. the pollen still medium to high. i don't know, it's one of the worst allergy seasons in recent years. here's the extended forecast. we have additional warming on thursday. cooling down for the weekend in the 70s. daytime baseball madison baumgarner on the mound for the good guys. skies clearing and temperatures of 64 degrees. always take a jacket to at&t park. >> and your gloves. [ overlapping speakers ]
the wait is finally over. i'm pumped about this. soup dumplings. >> after months of delays the first d int a -- din tai fung is opening in the area. >> it looks good. >> many customers waited for more than an hour just to get their name on a list only to find out that they need to wait another two or three hours to eat. they had snacks. for them it was worth the wait. and they have some advice if you plan to partake. >> put a hole in the dumpling and drink the soup. >> dip it in the sauce and you need the spoon to catch the soup and then you bite into it very carefully. >> the restaurant does not take reservations so be prepared for long lines even months after the opening.
customers are known to wait hours at other din tai fungs and even after they have been open a while. >> good to wait. good morning, everybody. how much does an nba mvp trophy weigh? i know. you? you? you? hey, i got the giants bats. was last night the night they finally woke up? >> love it, vern. what's cool about your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com. we may come and feature your school on the show. ,,,,
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hey, good morning, everybody. nba up top. steph curry a back-to-back mvp. only 10 others can say that and he got his award yesterday. look at this. each of these, 10 pounds. curry could do curls with them. first unanimous winner in nba history after he dropped 40 off the bench against portland on monday. 17 in overtime. his head coach says his confidence is one of the reasons he became the league's best and that confidence was on displace monday night. >> he was 0 for 10 from the three-point line last night he
made his 11th and shimmied down the sideline. i said luke, is he shimmying? he is one for 11 from three! so you better believe yourself when you're shimmying at 1 for 11. gregg popovich up against it in san antonio game five against oklahoma city. russell westbrook off the -- came flying in! we're done here. the thunder 3-2 series lead after a 95-91 final. westbrook scored 35. game 6 thursday in oklahoma city. that will do it for the highlights. we'll at the you that the giants 4-0 losers to toronto last night. the a's roughed up in boston 13- 5. see you later. the play of the day from the stanley cup play-offs. washington at pittsburgh and the first goal wins the game. [ play-by-play ] >> scores!!
>> that's called study death. the first goal wins the game in overtime. penguins with a goal that won the game and won the series sending the penguins to the eastern conference finals. ♪[ music ] good morning, "dub nation." game 5 tonight against portland. time to lock in. >> a huge sinkhole opens up in the middle of a city street in san francisco. coming up, the effects on your morning commute and what they are going to do about this thing. ,,,,
the brush around a sinkhole opens up putting a family and an suv in danger. the repairs under way. >> clear the brush around your house. more on the important inspections that start today's. >> we are forecasting warmer weather today. but wait until you see what's in store for the weekend. >> and from the traffic center, we have delays at the bay bridge, details coming up. >> good morning, everyone. it's wednesday, may 11. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. crews are repairing a sinkhole that nearly turned one family's drive into a disaster. kpix 5's anne makovec is live where the ground collapsed and a family had reason to panic. anne, what's the latest? >> reporter: the sinkhole is still here. this is mission street between second and new montgomery. that hole is 12 feet by 5 feet wide. it is 9 feet deep. repairs are set to begin again this morning at dawn. the hole opened up at 5:30 last night. and the suv partially fell in.
there was a family inside. and rescuers say they had to be strategic about how to get them out. >> people had to stay inside to make sure the weight didn't distribute unevenly where the car would fall further into the hole. >> reporter: it was a very precarious situation but crews eventually got ropes around the vehicle and pulled it out towed it away. they now have to figure out what caused the sinkhole. it looks like it was possibly a broken sewer line. it was a brick sewer line down there that dates back to 1875. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> how long will the road be closed? >> reporter: the road is going to be closed through at least today so at least until tomorrow morning's commute. it will affect both morning and
evening commutes. the mayor of san francisco is calling for $17.5 million to fund a program to reform the police department. mayor lee's proposal is in response to protest the and calls for police chief greg suhr to be fired. the incidents include the fatal shootings of suspicious and text messages sent between some members of the police department. four journalists may have been injured in one of the san francisco protests. they happened friday during protests in support of the "frisco five" hunger striker. demonstrators swarmed san francisco city hall and some caused damage to the building. the sheriff's department is looking into the matter. >> two alameda county sheriff's deputies are charged with the beating of a suspect. luis santamaria is shown with deputy paul weiber hitting a
suspect with batons. stanislas petrov had a concussion and broken hand in the november incident. the charges are assault under color of authority, battery with serious bodily injury and assault with a deadly weapon. the alleged offenses happened in a san francisco alley following a high-speed chase. san francisco district attorney george gascon says that it took six months to file charges because his staff had to collect medical records and enhance the surveillance video. oakland is making sure its weeds and brush don't spell trouble in a fire. crews are starting their annual vegetation inspections next week to prevent fires. officials say the rain we got this winter helped spur the growth of plants ones that could serve as a tinderbox if a fire hits the oakland hills. crews say inspections happen once a year but homeowners need to be in compliance every day. time now 5:33. so roberta, tomorrow is national "bike to work" day. >> yeah. >> are we going to have good
weather? >> it depends where. drizzle and overcast at the coast. inland, overcast but no rain in the forecast and temperatures in the low to mid-50s so i consider that good weather. i'd jump on my bike if i could. i'd have to start at 1:00 in the morning if i'm averaging 20 miles per hour. now how to get over the bay? [ laughter ] >> go around the long way. [ laughter ] >> i really would like to do it. it would be fun, right? okay. have a little gopro on your head. you would need a police escort if you are riding from pleasanton to the city at 1:00 a.m. on your bike. good morning, everybody. i hope you have that opportunity to get to work on your bike tomorrow. today if you are heading out on your motorcycle or your bicycle or just jumping in your car or mass transit, these are the numbers that will greet you in the upper 40s into the 50s. the winds are up to 10 miles per hour out of the southwest. we have a shield of cloud hanging very tight to the coast
this morning anywhere from point reyes into southern california coastside into san diego. our temperatures today partial clearing at the coast. santa clara valley low 80s. mid-80s east of the bay. 85 the outside number today. 75 in santa rosa. a full look at the forecast plus big changes for the week coming up. it would take me an hour an 50 minutes to bike to work tomorrow morning. i'm out. [ laughter ] >> checking the roads, let's go to the bay bridge. we have delays metering lights are on with the backups there so you can see slow-and-go conditions. as a result not quite to the maze but now how it goes if this is your usual commute for the morning so expect some sluggish conditions now off our approaches as well to the bay bridge. past the metering lights traffic is moving okay across the upper deck into s as we have been saying, a sinkhole in the city on mission street shut it down between 2nd street and new montgomery street.
there are alternates in place. you can use folsom, howard or market. keep in mind it is affecting muni. the 14r will be reresulted as a result so plan for that. the rest of mass transit is on time. accident westbound 84 between ruby hills and pidgeon past east of 680. a big rig is involved. no word of injuries. bernie sanders has locked up another state in the presidential primaries. he won the democratic contest in west virginia yesterday beating hillary clinton 51-36%. sanders gained just five delegates on clinton who did little campaigning in the mountain state. on the republican side, donald trump won west virginia with 77% of the vote. he has no active opponents. trump also won in nebraska which had a republican primary yesterday. john kasich and ted cruz were still on the ballot in both states even though their campaigns are suspended. with trump and clinton so likely to be the party's nominees, those two are
focusing more on each other as potential opponents in november. they are doing it while visiting upcoming primary states. clinton compared herself with trump at a rally yesterday in kentucky. >> you could not imagine a more different vision for our country. >> and tomorrow trump will meet with republican leaders on capitol hill as part of an evident to unify the party which has been deeply divided by the trump candidacy. it's going to be a big night in oakland tonight with the warriors having a chance to advance to the next round of the nba play-offs. >> yes. kpix 5's kiet do joins us live from oakland. there's another honor for the ever popular steph curry. i see you have some t-shirts there and a basketball. >> reporter: yeah. i'm courtside. i have to tell you, man, these seats are so comfortable! you can get them on the resale market for $4,800. way out of my price range
unless roberta wants to buy my' ticket. it's cool to be here right on the floor. we are nine wins away from the championship. but not going to talk about tha right now. tonight is the chance to close out portland. the warriors are on a historical high with steph curry getting a second mvp trophy yesterday. did he so with a first time ever unanimous vote. an incredible record-breaking season gets more amazing with each day. the speech was classic curry understated, confident, humble, gracious and thankful saying that he and everyone within the organization are appreciating this moment and that it's a lot of fun to come to work. >> it's been a very fun year. obviously we've accomplished a lot and to um, obviously be in the middle of a play-off run and out here competing and driving for another banner. >> reporter: if you saw game 4 on monday, it was described by our very own dennis o'donnell
as perhaps the finest performance of curry's career and that's saying a lot. curry had been out resting his injured sprained knee for two weeks. came off the bench, spent much of the game shaking off the rest. the game went into overtime and that's when the human torch set portland on fire. 17 points in overtime. a play-off record. all that momentum plus the mvp recognition tonight plus being at home. it is not looking good for portland tonight. now, the game is sold out all fans get a strength in numbers t-shirt and a rally plastic and the first 3,000 people in the door get a car flag, as well. go "dubs"! live at oracle arena, kiet do, kpix 5. >> so back in november, kiet, during one of your live shots, i remember you went up for a three-pointer and you actually made it. do you think you can do it again? >> um, i'm thinking of not doing it so i can preserve the magic moment. >> oh, come on. >> i have the ball and clearance. i'm going to work on my jumper
after this. >> no. >> so let's do this. >> i don't like that. because i haven't seen it. i wasn't here when you supposedly hit that shot so you have do it right now. get up off that seat. get up off that comfortable seat. >> i'll take one shot right from the cold. i'm going to put the mic down. here we go. >> you can do it! >> air ball! fail! . >> reporter: i'll work on it. >> disappointing. it didn't even touch the rim. >> you practice. you practice. and we'll do some news. [ laughter ] >> kiet is going to practice. you can be living large like steph curry. his orinda home is on the market for about $4 million. the 4800-square-foot spanish hacienda has five bedrooms, a regulation sized basketball court. there's also a putting green
and outdoor kitchen and small vineyard. curry and his wife aisha paid about $3 million for it. that was in 2013. the curries bought another home last year in walnut creek for $3.2 million. >> wow. that's a beauty. >> gorgeous. seeing the word healthy on something we buy at the store makes us feel good, right? >> jill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com tells us the fda is worried that that label is being use too generously. good morning. >> reporter: that's right. good morning. the market also open after their best day in two months. the dow jumped 222 yesterday. nasdaq up 59. futures with a lower open. macy's earnings just came out and they are even worse than expected. sales fell 7.4% in the 1st quarter. and their forecast for the year is cutting back. consumers are cutting back on clothing purchases and fewer international tourists are shopping at its stores.
macy's also owns bloomingdale's. the number of job openings rose in march a sign that the labor market is still strong even though there was a slowdown in april. the fda will soon reevaluate what constitutes healthy when it comes to food labeling. they will reassess the nutrition content claims. they allow the use of the word healthy on certain package but has to meet specific criteria. >> jill, donald trump now the presumptive gop candidate. we hear that he has inspired a new app. what's this all about? >> reporter: trump's wall. that's the name of the app. it's now in the top 5 on apple's app store. the goal is to build a wall. it's not on the u.s./mexico border, it's in front of the white house. while you're building you will hear some trumpisms, like it's "lyin' ted" and if the wall falls over, you can probably guess, trump will tell you, you
and you may not know what i'm talking about, but, uh. the yogurt made from your milk, is delicious. mmmm, yoplait. hospital. police say a 28- year-old m developing news in a small massachusetts town where several stabbing victims are in the hospital. a 28-year-old man crashed a car at a home in taunton and stabbed two people inside the house. an 80-year-old died from her injuries. then arthur darosa allegedly crashed a stolen honda into a macy's and stabbed at least two people there before killing a 56-year-old at a mall restaurant. an off-duty cop then shot and
killed darosa. >> there was a pregnant lady who came out holding her stomach. then a guy was stabbed in the chest. >> it appears that but for the actions of the deputy sheriff, there may very well have been other victims. >> police are trying to determine a motive for the attacks. stoned driving is becoming a bigger problem across the country. a new aaa study found that deadly accidents in the state of washington have doubled since marijuana was legalized in 2012. but coming up with a test is going to be more difficult than a breathalyzer test used to detect blood alcohol levels. >> biologically, cannabis and alcohol are different. i think policymakers trying to do the right thing are trying to establish something like a .80 for cannabis. there's not science to support it. >> since people react to marijuana differently it's tough to come up with fair and consistent drug driving guidelines. east bay m.u.d.
feels confident our drought is over. this view from chopper 5 shows why the agency is certain. east bay m.u.d. says that the san pablo reservoir and many others are 93% full. that's why the agency has called off the water shortage emergency. east bay m.u.d. was able to suspend the 25% surcharge for customers and ending mandatory restrictions on water use. so our water conservation has helped and also the rain that we have had. >> lake del valle is still closed to swimming. swim at your own caution because of the algae bloom. there's still the other side of the coin there. but the lake is so full! you want jump in. it's so full. it looks wonderful. >> a mission street closure between second and new montgomery. they have activity there.
they are going to be working on this throughout the day. use alternates. use howard, folsom or market instead. and again anne makovec it live at the scene. we'll have more information coming up. there is a reroute for 14-r for muni so plan for that. if you are taking bart no delays. no mass transit delays. let's go to the freeways. bay bridge had an accident here with at least one lane blocked. they managed to move it over to the parking lot. things are moving okay as far as traffic goes here. we have our typical delays backed up to the maze. elsewhere, westbound 84 between ruby hills and pidgeon pass a big rig accident here possible injuries. chp is on scene. this is jus east of 680.
680 itself not bad. drive time okay southbound 5 five to 101, 34 minutes right now. westbound 580 sluggish out of the altamont pass. >> did you say you had localized drizzle this morning? >> i did on the way from the coast. >> did you have to use your windshield wipers? >> i did. >> so that was along the coast. i have not seen it this foggy at mineta international airport in quite some time. so far not reporting any kind of airport delays there but we'll keep you posted on that. mild temperatures, santa rosa down to 49. 55 oakland through alameda. here's the swath of low clouds and fog that continue to stack up next to the seashore penetrate the bay trying to march inland at least a good 40, 50 miles. overcast inland. clouds extending to the california/mexico border. on this "hump day" we have thin overcast along the inland areas but it's pretty deep around the
coastside. going to take a while to see clearing. let's see when you may see that clearing. here's your lunch hour. everybody cleared out except the golden gate bridge. cloud clearing briefly before they roll back in and move onshore overnight. your satellite-radar high pressure it is right there. it is providing us with a dry weather pattern through the weekend. but it's a weak highridge. we are going to have an area of low pressure take an inside track over the weekend. we'll see additional cloud cover on saturday and sunday. 87 today in stockton, davis, sacramento. currently 54 with overcast conditions in sacramento 66 in the high sierra, 60s from the mountains to the beaches in monterey and carmel. sun-up at 6:03, sundown 8:10. we should have a minute and 53 second of additional daylight available to us today as the days are getting longer as we
slide towards summer. 64 pacifica, 83 fairfield, 84 antioch, 85 degrees in brentwood, byron, tracy, mountain house, upper 70s in san jose. that's above average. typically 75 degrees. pollen report medium to high. it's the worst ever. here we go. warmer day for your thursday before we have that inside slider cool us down over the weekend. make it a great wednesday. an animal expert sometimes says that in alaska it takes guts to survive wintertime and one moose has the courage but also a very sweet side because this guy plays the wind chimes. [ moose plays wind chimes ] >> a woman caught this moose in the act after she heard them outside the cabin with no wind. video of the moose who likes to strike a few notes is going viral. since the woman is 10 miles from a national park it
traveled a long distance to play the chimes. probably gets a little food, too. time now 5:52. a warning to parents this morning. a popular toddler's shoes that light up being blamed for a fire. ,, on his legendary quest, jack created a breakfast worth waking up for. the triple cheese and hash brown breakfast burrito. with provolone, cheddar, pepperjack, and a crispy hash brown. then he announced it to the world in the most legendary way. ah-hem. ♪triple cheeeeeese!
a federal judge says no to the merger between office depot and staples. staples was planning to acquire office depot for $6.3 billion. but the federal trade commission says the merger would have given the two companies too large a share of the office supply market. staples released a statement saying it's extremely disappointed at the decision but it does not have plans to appeal at this time. walmart is suing visa. it says that the credit card company's method for chip debit cards is not secure enough. walmart filed a lawsuit in new york supreme court saying that visa lets customers use just a signature to verify transactions with chip debit cards and that payments using p.i.n. numbers are safer. it also is less expensive for the retailer. no comment from visa. kids live the light-up sneakers -- love the light-up sneakers. but one pair lit up on fire. the parents think the lithium battery that powers the shoes may be to blame. it was in the back seat of a
car while it went on fire. >> i'm glad my son wasn't wearing it at the time. >> the smaller the wire, the more likelihood that you're going to have problems with the wire and fire. >> check the shoes often and never leave them in the car. a huge sinkhole is now open on a san francisco city street. that's going to affect the morning commute. we'll tell you about the family that ended up in a precarious situation because of it coming up. >> reporter: and good morning, warriors fans! we are 13.5 hours away from game 5 with portland tonight. let's do this! ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,
(group chatter) dude, dude, dude. this is bad. i think we're stuck. we're going to have to talk to each other or something. nooo. i don't like this elevator. (group surprised and laughter) how did that feel? was it fun being stuck? i do not like getting stuck! so, the nissan leaf s only gets 84 miles on a charge. the 2016 chevy volt gets an estimated 400 miles or more on a full charge and a full tank of gas. how's that for not getting stuck? and i'm kenny choi. today, the warriors can adv one step closer to ach dream of back-to good morning. it's wednesday, may 11.
i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. today the warriors can get closer to the dream of back-to- back nba titles. kpix 5's keit do is live at oracle arena where a special settlement is planned to honor the newly crowd mvp. [ bouncing ball ] >> reporter: darn you for falling me out on my last report. now let's see if we can do it. >> that's not a three-pointer but we'll take the layoff. [ laughter ] >> we want to see the three. >> reporter: i'll do the three later. don't you worry about that. you take care of business in the studio. i'll do it out here. a win tonight will send the wars into the western conference finals and so it is t-shirt night tonight. everyone gets one of these strength in number of t-shirts with a rally flag. yesterday it was a photo op for the ages steph curry getting a second mvp trophy next to the one he got last year by making 403 three-pointers the most in history. that helped push