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26-year-old ricardo colindres is accused of shooting his ex- girlfriend in the head last month in pacifica. she was 8 months pregnant at the time. she delivered the baby sense then and they are both okay. >> we just want the public to understand that this guy is armed and dangerous. he is unpredictable and we are after every active looking for him. we are going to chase down every lead we get. >> this is a new photo of the silver 2003 toyota corolla colindres may be driving. he is known to hang out in brisbane. some good samaritans are credited with stopping an attempted hit-and-run. police say that the driver of the red car struck a bicyclist on market street near fourth yesterday. then tried to drive off. witnesses surrounded the woman's car blocking her until police arrived. the cyclist is expected to be okay. bart has given the go-ahead to a plan that's supposed to make its trains run more quietly. custom rail dampers will be installed on some loud sections. track. they are between the daly city and balboa park stations and
near the west oakland station. let's see how bart and the rest of the commute is going. gianna? >> bart is on time with 46 trains systemwide. no delays right now. keep in mind though for this weekend if you are planning oncoming into san francisco on sunday for "bay to breakers," bart will have a 6:00 a.m. start so early trains on sunday. caltrain will also be providing four extra early trains as well for folks heading into san francisco. they will have three southbound express trains heading to san jose after the race. so you have options if you don't want to park in the city over the weekend. the rest of mass transit looks good. ace train and muni metro are clear. by the way, closures bay to breakers will be in place howard and main where most of the races start. those are the starting corrals in the area. it goes all the way to great highway at lincoln so again you will find street closures in the area. it's "friday light" at the bay
bridge this morning, no delays accidents or incidents off the freeway. carquinez bridge to the maze about 20 minutes. an easy ride coming off 580 as well as well as the nimitz. past the metering lights your cycling quickly clear into san francisco with no troubles. south 880. hayward from 238 we have some slightly slower speeds but nothing too bad as you head through there. in fact, delays only to about union city. past that you're okay as you work your way towards fremont and taking a look at the san mateo bridge it's easy 14 minutes between 880 an 101. no troubles on 101. if you have an early flight at sfo, no troubles getting there. 18 minutes to go northbound 101 from 92 to the 80 split. but hopefully it will be a beautiful weekend. >> it will be a great weekend for "bay to breakers." you were mentioning that, gianna. do you know what a ghost runner is? >> no. >> a ghost runner is somebody who jumps into the race without
registering. so they don't have the registration number and more notably they haven't paid the money. i haven't done that. [ pause ] >> don't look at me that way. let's take a look at your "bay to breakers" forecast for this weekend. low clouds overcast and cool. this is perfect running weather. 60 degrees during the run which steps off at 8 a.m. have a great time, 50,000 people will participate at "bay to breakers" this year, the 104th annual "bay to breakers," the longest running race in the world. overcast conditions out the door this morning. it's so mild in comparison to recent mornings. it's 63 degrees in redwood city. 57 degrees apiece in san francisco and 60 miles to the south in san jose where the winds at this hour and in the north at 6 miles per hour at mineta international airport. 6-mile-per-hour winds in san francisco. so barely a breeze at this hour until you head to concord and fairfield southwest at 24 miles per hour. stiff sea breeze later today out of the west 10 to 20 miles per hour.
we have an enhanced marine layer. this marine layer is not going to scrub out of the coast at all today so therefore the highs there only in the 50s. being enhanced by that right there that area of low pressure and it's a deep marine layer going to affect our temperatures. they will be coming down and you will feel the difference inland. 50s, 60s no sunshine at the beaches today. 69 degrees apiece in redwood city and los altos. low 70s in sunnyvale and san jose. eastern portion of our bay area outside number 74 degrees. we'll have the sunshine in brentwood, tracy and also oakley and discovery bay, byron. 67 degrees in danville and blackhawk. and then we have 60 in stinson beach but again, blustery winds to 20 off the seashore. low 70s in napa and in sonoma glen ellen as well and then we have that ample sunshine in clear lake at 81 degrees. we still have the weekend forecast which does feature a chance of showers. we'll talk about that coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. new this morning, a man and
a dog were killed in a fire at a concord home. a woman was also hurt in the blaze. the fire broke out on tanninger circle around 8:45 last night. firefighters say the garage and a car parked outside were on fire when they arrived. it's not clear where or how the fire started. the damage is estimated at $120,000. also in concord, a student could be expelled after a fight with a teacher. cell phone video shows the teacher at the school trying to subdue a 15-year-old student from the video looks like the teacher does not punch back. he wrestles the boy to the ground. concord police say the student was suspended and will probably be expelled. police say the boy punched the teacher in the face after a heated exchange between the two. firefighters in orange county rescued a woman who had been trapped in her car for 14 hours after a car crash. investigators say that she drove off an embankment and down in a remote canyon on wednesday. her husband got worried when she never arrived at her
destination. he says that she managed to call him early yesterday using her gps to give him her general location. >> the reason they found her was because chp had pinged her phone and came back to a cell tower in the area and usedded a helicopter to search for her. >> her injuries are not life- threatening. reuters reports that u.s. immigration officials are planning a month long series of raids. they will deport hundreds of central america illegal immigrants. according to reuters, the raids would take place in may and june and serve as the largest deportation sweep targeting immigrants this year under the obama administration. raids in january sparked the detainment of 121 people mostly women and children. at the phoenix airport, a computer glitch has put quite a bit of luggage in limbo. over 3,000 checked bags have missed their outbound flights since yesterday morning due to a screening malfunction.
but the tsa says it's been testing the system all night and it should work smoothly for today's flights. it's unclear how many of the airport's 16 airlines were affected after the glitch struck around 7 a.m. and many travelers felt out of the loop. >> they have to do the bags manually. that's all they said. >> very stressful because i hope that everything that i packed is still in there after people have hand checked it, number one, and just that it gets there on time. >> airport officials are urging travelers to pack their carry- on bags with what they need for the next few days should problems persist. travelers could get relief from long security lines this summer. the tsa is about to hire hundreds of people to work at the checkpoints. congress approved a plan yesterday to shift $34 million to increase the number of officers. >> we have a significantly larger population of travelers this year than previously and it's grown substantially. >> the tsa plans to hire more than 700 by june 1. even that may not be enough to fix the
long wait. that's because many checkpoints are already operating at full capacity. time now 6:07. the white house weighs in on the bathroom debate affecting transgender students and the obama administration's stance will affect public schools from coast to coast. >> and drivers in northern california encounter a digital road sign with a shocking offer! >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. we have showers in the weekend forecast. i'll tell you which day to expect them. >> and from the traffic center, good news to report. it is "friday light" on the roads. i'll have your drive times coming up. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
vaca. looking at official sunrise, wow! that's gore just. that's as good as it gets in many locations. the full forecast is coming up. a volcanic eruption in costa rica caught on camera. it sent up a cloud of ash, gas and rocks 30 miles east of the capital san jose. the ash spread across the nearby valley. and people in parts of spain are ordered to stay indoors and shut windows because of a fire at a major tire dump. it spread a huge cloud of thick, black smoke across an area south of madrid this morning. classes at one school were canceled. drives on nearby roads are being urged to close their car windows. investigators say it appears that the fire was intentionally started. president obama is taking a stand in the bathroom debate affecting transgender students. hena daniels has details on the letter going out today to all
public school districts in the u.s. reporter: while not bound by law the tone of the letter is forceful. the obama administration will recommend that all public schools allow transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms of their own choice. in excerpts of the letter obtained by the "new york times" the white house says, quote, the desire to accommodate others' discomfort cannot justify a policy that singles out and disadvantages a particular class of students. failure to comply would put the schools at risk of losing federal funds. [ chanting ] >> reporter: the guidance comes in the same week the justice department took legal action against the state of north carolina over its law limiting the use of public restrooms to the gender on a person's birth certificate. >> they created state sponsored discrimination against transgender individuals who simply seek to engage in the most private of functions in a
place of safety and security. >> reporter: in response, state governor pat mccrory filed his own lawsuit. >> we believe a court rather than a federal agency should tell our state what the law requires. >> reporter: the fight is now spilling over into other states. texas lieutenant governor dan patrick is calling for the resignation of the fort worth school superintendent for approving a bathroom policy that accommodates transgender students. >> this is social engineering and political correctness run amok! >> reporter: similar public school bathroom policies are up for debate this week in michigan, florida and georgia. hena daniels, cbs news. >> today's letter comes in response to questions from school districts and colleges across the country on how to best serve transgender and nontransgender students. donald trump is disavowing his former butler after he called for president obama to be killed. anthony senegal wrote on facebook that the u.s. military should have shot the president for being an enemy agent during
his first term in office. the 84-year-old told cnn that he simply is fed up with the president. the secret service will conduct an investigation. a missing world war i era cannon is back in its rightful place but the mystery of its disappearance is not yet solved. someone stole the one-time cannon from the veterans memorial hall at richmond sunday. a man called police yesterday saying he had bought it from someone, not knowing it was stolen. investigators are trying to find the seller. a digital road sign had people doing double takes in solano county. someone changed it to say free hookers ahead. the photo and video has been posted on social media and shared with running jokes. but caltrans isn't laughing. the department hires independent contractors to put up the message boards. they say that when something like this happens, it costs all of us. >> you don't want to waste taxpayer money when we have to send someone out to correct it or, you know, just having to
take care of something that shouldn't happen. use your talent elsewhere. >> the sign is changed back. if you see something like this, call 911 and report it as vandalism. a competition empowering injured veterans has closed. >> never stop fighting and do all you can to lift up everyone around you. >> prince harry made closing remarks last night. hundreds of athletes from more than a dozen countries faced off in a variety of sports and gathered in orlando for the closing ceremonies. the "invictus" games, the competition's founder, prince harry handed winners their medals. very cool. >> yeah. time now 6:16. let's check traffic. >> it looks good out there. drive times in the east bay typically around this time we'll seal maybe 11 to 12 minutes hillcrest to 242 but
it's only 9 minutes on 4. so "friday light." clear towards 580 from the caldecott tunnel. a different portion of 580 near the dublin interchange, altamont pass to 680, 15 minutes connecting to 680. traffic is good both directions. you will see delays east of there but this is typical. if you are a "super commuter" it's lighter than usual westbound 580 out of tracy. 30 minutes southbound 680, 580 to 101. elsewhere let's go southbound and look at 101. stop-and-go out of morgan hill. past that you're clear until you get to 280/680. speeds down to 42 miles per hour. stays sluggish to about 880 then no delays north of there. traffic looks good all the way into the peninsula. and if you are going to take 280, you're in the green as well with an 11-minute drive time from 101/680 to highway 85. golden gate bridge off to a great start. we haven't had any troubles out
of marin this morning. 580 into san francisco -- or rather 580 down 101 towards the golden gate bridge toll plaza is 14 minutes for your drive time. we have a backup at the bay bridge. they turned on the metering lights but it is "friday light." so you're going to squeeze through there with no problems. 21 minutes off the eastshore freeway. carquinez bridge to the maze. most of your areas in oakland on the nimitz freeway look good, northbound clear. traffic clear towards downtown oakland from the coliseum. that's traffic. hey, roberta. >> hey, gianna. do you have any superstitions? >> yeah. i actually canceled a dentist appointment today because i have triskaidekaphobia. >> triskaidekaphobia. yeah. it's friday the 13th! and it even looks like a friday the 13th. it's gloomy, we have a deck of low clouds and areas of fog. look at the ship. it just left the bay. oh, that's fun. i'm on whale watch this morning. did you hear about the whales in the bay? amazing! okay. out the door this morning, we have temperatures in the 50s and 60s. it is really mild and the winds
are under 10 miles per hour. but we are going to see a stiff sea breeze today out of the west. we have an enhanced marine layer. that's why we have the gloomy conditions over san francisco much of the bay area at this hour being enhanced by this area of low pressure right here temperatures 50s and 60s and later today not climbing much. tumbling out of the 80s into the 70s. still not bad inland but you're going to feel the difference and we have cooler temperatures and partly to mostly cloudy skies over the weekend. a chance of showers on saturday. mainly around the coast and the peninsula as this area of low pressure scoots closer and closer to the coast. and then again a stiff sea breeze 10 to 15 to 20 miles per hour. you can play along at home. you watch your futurecast and clock particular on by around lunch hour. san mateo coast still saturated with overcast conditions. we have delays at sfo on some arriving flights over one hour. and there's the precipitation. remaining offshore, i got to say we could get clipped by a couple of showers on saturday,
coastside. all right. today 80 inland at the state capital. beautiful 71 degrees in the high sierra. our sun-up is slated for 6:02. it's already bright and sunny in mount vaca. 8:11 sunset. smack in between, 50s, 60s beaches. cool with that breeze. you need a jacket. 50s, 60s around the bay to the 74-degree mark inland. same saturday and sunday then more sunshine around warmer next week. that's a look the your friday the 13th forecast. make it a great day. and i'm dennis o'donnell. could the sharks join the warriors in the western conference finalses ? highlights and reaction from the s.a.p. straight ahead. ,,
have you seen these before? it's called a compact disc. oh. looks like we're getting a facsimile. what year is it to you? it's old. you'd rather use newer technology? definitely. well, i've got something to show you. this is the 2016 chevy volt. it uses extended range electric technology. the prius hybrid uses battery technology developed 15 years ago. chevy expects volt drivers to get over a thousand miles between fill ups. it's got every technology there is. the prius actually belongs on the table. good morning, everyone from the shark tank where, for the first time in history, the golden state warriors and your san jose sharks are headed to the western conference finals at the same time.
now, the sharks, this is their tenth game 7 in history. joe thornton has been part of half of them. the sharks dominated the predators from the moment they dropped the puck. first employer play of the game joe pavelski his ninth goal of the post-season. they scored three in the first, one in the second and then in the third couture feeds marleau to make it 5-0 san jose. nashville's goalie not happy. sharks win 5-0. they advance to the western conference finals where they will play the st. louis blues. >> my first two years, we made it to conference finals, you think it's easy it's going to come every year, and it doesn't. so i think it makes you realize that you have to take advantage of the chances that you have. you have a good team. you have to take advantage of it. >> reporter: yeah. safe to say the media is on the bandwagon as the sharks welcomed all the bay area cameras into the locker room last night. they will drop the puck on the western conference finals
sunday in st. louis for game one. by the way, the warriors they will host oklahoma city, the thunder beating the spurs last night, game one of that series will be on monday. and little dessert for you to top off this forecast from the tank. the giants were winners last night, as well. they beat arizona. from the shark tank, i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great weekend. play of the day from the nba play-offs. san antonio at oklahoma city. here we go. after a turnover at the other end of the court, here's thunder's kevin durant finishing. the thunder beat the spurs 113- 99 to advance to the western conference finals and they will face the warriors. it is 6:25. details are emerging on some disturbing allegations against a police officer on the peninsula. >> reporter: and a stomach flu outbreak at an elementary school in downtown san jose has
skydivers return to earth a little more quickly than th had hoped... and visitors to san francis a group of northern california skydivers returned to earth a little more quickly than they had hoped. >> and visitors to san francisco are being treated to a spectacular show out in the bay. >> wow, that's so cool! good morning from the kpix 5 weather center. on this friday the 13th it's a gloomy start but wait until you see the chance of rain in the forecast for the weekend. >> no troubles getting to the golden gate bridge right now. but on sunday, that will change. i'll explain. good morning, it is friday may 13. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego.
time now is 6:29. police activity once again shuts down interstate 80 in the east bay. officers swarm the area on eastbound 80 near pinole valley road in hercules overnight. and you can see the smashed up car at the scene. the chp said one person was taken to the hospital but didn't go into detail. this is the same area where there have been a string of highway shootings recently. san jose police are looking into the stabbing death of a man on the east side after midnight this morning off story road near emma prusch farm park. the sjpd says that the victim was dead at the scene. no further details right now. happening today, in san jose, an elementary school is trying to stop the spread of the stomach flu. kiet do is live at horace mann elementary school on the serious steps in place to keep kids safe. >> reporter: these poor kids will be bouncing off the walls by the end of the day. that's because they will have to stay in their classrooms all day today including lunch and
recess. one of the many things the school is trying to do to limit the spread of the virus. now, volunteers and staffers have been wiping down and disinfecting every touchable surface using bleach and the students are being told to wash hands constantly and use sanitizer. this all started on april 29 when a student vomited in class. more than 90 students and six employees caught the stomach flu in the last few weeks. to limit contact, the school musical that was scheduled for yesterday and today was postponed. >> the principal thought it was better not to have community members coming in especially grandparents and young children coming to the play. >> reporter: is it looks like the rate of new infections -- it looks like the rate of new infections is slowing down. kiet do, kpix 5. >> we know they have an annual play there at the school. so were kids disappointed about the aladdin performance? >> reporter: yeah. they were a little sad, disappointed. with you it looks like it will be rescheduled for next week -- but it looks like it will be
rescheduled for next week. >> the show always goes on. thank you. a hayward man turns 100 tomorrow so a community came together for a special celebration in his honor. >> he has been a faithful customer of world fair donuts for decades. store owners say he stops in every, single day. and yesterday the store threw him a party with some cake, friends, singers and, of course, a lot of donuts. the donuts shaped as 100. >> that's the secret to a long life, daily donuts! >> they have to be kelly's donuts at world fair donuts in hayward. specifically! i have been there! you know, that place also is one of the biggest turner outers of lottery winners. [ laughter ] >> turns out lottery winners all the time. >> another reason to go. >> play today, right? on friday the 13th. why not. all right. on this friday the 13th, we are
off to a overcast start. it looks gloomy. we have some areas of drizzle along the coast and into the bay this morning. delays at sfo over an hour on some arriving flights. a blanket of clouds streaming onshore. that's what it looks like. it's enhanced by the area of low pressure. yesterday i was telling but 1,000 miles off the coast of. now it's roughly about 500 miles. so it continues to progress closer to the coast leaving us with temperatures into the mid- 50s and right around 60 degrees in pacifica. no clearing at the beaches. we'll see ample sunshine around the peninsula in the 60s and low 70s but definitely cooler as we swing around to the eastern portion of our bay area. 74 degrees in brentwood down from 84 experienced yesterday. it will be 70 degrees with the sunshine in walnut creek through clayton. 60 with the robust sea breeze out of the west 10 to 20 miles per hour into bodega bay. low 70s sunshine in napa and
sonoma and 80 lakeport. we have a chance of rain in the weekend forecast. i'll pinpoint which days to expect it but right now let's go to gianna. >> roberta, safe to say don't forgetter jacket today. >> right. >> grab your jacked out the door. san francisco by the golden gate bridge an easy ride from 580 down into san francisco. only 14 minutes. now, don't forget this weekend it is "bay to breakers," it starts on sunday morning. you will have a lot of folks going into san francisco participating. it starts at howard and main goes to great highway and lincoln a 12k so trying to get to the golden gate bridge like 19th avenue might be tough so do avoid the area if you can. try to do it after 10 a.m. when most of the racers have worked through there but a lot of folks expected in the city. they are making accommodations for racers for bart and caltrain on sunday bart starting at 6 a.m. so an early start caltrain with
four trains running into san francisco. we'll have three express trains into san jose after the race. so a lot of options if you are heading into the san francisco. all mass transit is on time right now. not wasting too much time at the bay bridge this morning. metering lights are on. backed up to about the maze but all the approaches not seeing any troubles so it's quiet out of oakland into san francisco. that's your morning drive. michelle? >> thank you. new details about the criminal allegations made against the san mateo police officer. we have now learned that officer noah winchester was accused of sexually assaulting multiple women while on duty. the investigation was launched last october. the department didn't explain why it took this long to bring charges. we're told the officer has resigned. the police chief released a statement saying, quote, these allegations which involve sexual misconduct are so repugnant to all that we stand for in law enforcement." even this crash couldn't stop skydivers from their hobby. their plane ended up nose down in a vineyard in lodi yesterday. they had engine trouble after
take-off and hit a truck on the way down. 18 people were on board including the pilot. no one was seriously hurt. in fact, after the crash, some of the passengers took another plane to go skydiving. some finger-pointing after a tesla model s car drove itself into the back of a truck. the owner had been showing off the car's features, then he says that he went into a restaurant and when he came back, the car was wedged under the back of a truck. tesla looked up the car's logs and concluded that the self- parking feature was initiated and blamed the owner for failing to cancel it. >> they are just assuming that i sat there and watched it happen and i was okay with that. >> the owner denies that he activated the self-parking feature. he wants tesla to take a harder look at the incident. a transgender teacher will get it stay on the job at a catholic high school in san francisco. gabriel bodenheimer worked at mercy high school for four years before he came out as a
transgender man. the "chronicle" reports an order of the sisters of mercy which owns the school has now announced its support for him. there is no official catholic teaching regarding transgender people. honoring a navy seal killed in iraq people are invited to line the streets near san diego today in remembrance of 31-year- old charles keither killed in an attack in iraq last week. following his death he was awarded the silver star and purple heart. he is the third u.s. service man to die in iraq since u.s. forces went back to iraq in 2014. a bay area psychologist is died in prison while serving time for molesting young boys. dr. william ayres died of natural causes at a facility in vacaville. he was 84. in 2013, he pled no contest to eight counts of lewd acts with a child under 14. before his arrest, ayres was a respected community leader in san mateo with a lifetime achievement award from the board of supervisors. today canada's prime
minister visits the city where a massive wildfire has done some terrible damage. justin trudeau will see the wreckage firsthand in fort mcmurray. 88,000 people were forced to evacuate the area after the blaze spread quickly a week ago. displaced residents are receiving emergency funds from the canadian red cross and private citizens have donated millions to relief organizations. >> it's incredible the amount of generosity and the coming together that people do, this is just what we do. >> the spca says about 600 animals, cats, dogs, birds and even reptiles, have been saved from the flames hitting the area. damage assess end in teams are evaluating the town. there's an unusual number of humpbacks in the bay. they may be following food sources like anchovie and schools of other fish. usually humpbacks travel outside the bay along the coast. experts are concerned now that the whales may head further
into the bay's shallow waters and get stuck. time now 6:38. a plan that supporters hope would revolutionize the restaurant city has been abandoned. we'll explain why. >> you may never win the nba mvp like steph curry but today you can feel like you did. >> and the market just opened up 10 minutes ago. let's check the big board right now. the dow is down 18 points. coming up later, we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. ,,
degrees. low 70s in santa clara and in san jose. swinging around to the eastern portion of our bay area, 6 7 danville. sunshine in danville and 10 degrees cooler than on thursday. hello, pleasanton, in the upper 60s. stiff west sea breeze today 10 to 20 miles an hour. stinson beach 60 degrees no clearing. we'll have the sunshine in napa in the low 70s swinging into sonoma and glen ellen. meanwhile, upstream we go to rohnert park at 67 degrees. low 70s in cloverdale. 80 in lakeport and we have a chance of rain in the weekend forecast. let's talk about it less than 4 minutes. time for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell joins us from new york. >> reporter: good morning, kenny and michelle. a former senior adviser to the romney campaign, we'll talk with him about the house speaker's approach to donald trump. what do women really think of
donald trump? >> patriot. >> clown show. >> hate monger. >> idiot. >> success! >> crude with narcissistic personality disorder. [ laughter ] [ applause and cheers ] >> our all female focus group on trump and hillary clinton and the virtual reality revolution. behind the scenes view of "cbs this morning" like you have never seen before! the news is back in the morning. so we'll see you right at 7:00. >> okay. that sounds pretty good. see you at 7:00, norah. >> thank you. cupertino-based apple is very much a big chunk of money in a different -- investing a big chunk of money in a different kind of business. here's kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: it's all china for apple. it's investing $1 billion into ride hailing service didi the leading ride hailing service in china. apple is doing this for a number of reasons. one, two inspire chinese consumers to use its apple pay system. it's not widely used in china. it could dovetail well with chinese consumers using didi as
ride. also, apple has its secret car project titan that it's working on. that could be a natural partnership with didi further down the road and also apple looking to get in the good graces of regulators in beijing who recently shut down apple's online books and movies services. apple's iphone sales in the 1st quarter in china were down by over 25%. now, this comes as a very big blow to uber, which is also trying to grow its business in china. it's been losing money doing so because didi has been discounting its rides rather heavily forcing uber to do so and now that didi has a whole lot more money coming from apple it will make it tougher for uber going forward. the commerce department is reporting retail sales in april were up 1.3%. that was stronger than expected. and that's providing a little bit of help for the stock market. now, department store chains have not been part of that. we have heard from macy's, kohl's and today j.c. penney and nordstrom with weaker sales. the stock market trying to get to positive ground as we head
into the final day of the workweek. let's check the big board. new this morning... no-go... for the no >> back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. new this morning, no go for the no tipping experiment at joe's crab shack. the chain is getting rid of the policy at 14 locations because customers said it doesn't encourage good service. it's been testing it since august at 18 restaurants including the one in san francisco. the chain says it lost up to 10% of its customers during the time. time now 6:46. let's get a check of traffic. gianna, is it still "friday light"? >> you know, it is in some spots westbound san mateo bridge no troubles right now. we are seeing extra cars. chp a possible injury accident on the east side of the san
mateo bridge on the high-rise. more on that coming up. right now traffic is moving through there. southbound 880 "friday light" for the most part. speeds down to 46 miles per hour so you're moving coming away from 238 into hayward, heads up a broken-down vehicle not too far from the toll plaza. that may slow you down. bridge looks decent. metering lights are turned on this morning. your backup is to the maze. it's lighter than usual, clear across the upper deck of san francisco. traffic quiet south 101 towards the golden gate bridge so your commute into san francisco is pretty easy. a few more cars in the south bay northbound 101 coming away from capitol expressway to 880 past that though traffic is
clear across the peninsula. no delays toward sfo. how about the forecast? >> did you say sfo? >> i sure did. >> sfo is now reporting delays up to 1 hour and 4 minutes on some arriving flights due to this, it's a gray slate from the peninsula through the coast into our inland areas to the north to the south all points in between right now with the cloud cover. temperatures are in the 50s from santa rosa through oakland but 63 degrees very mild in redwood city. hayward 55 and overcast. napa 50 degrees and cloudy. ron in concord thank you for waking up with us at 53 degrees. that's an enhanced marine layer. it's so deep this morning, at least 1500 feet deep. drizzle at the coast. it's 500 miles off the coast. no clearing at the beaches today. maybe just a hint of sunshine
at best. otherwise cooler today. you will feel the difference inland. from the 80s into the 70s. this area of low pressure is spinning closer to the coast. it's 500 miles off the coast compared to yesterday when it was 1,000 feet off the coast. it's a deep marine layer cloudy at the coast in the afternoon maybe a peek of sunshine at best. that's precipitation. i got to put a slight chance of rain in the forecast for saturday at the coast and the peninsula. otherwise, 80 full sunshine today stockton, davis, sacramento, merced, modesto, 92 degrees in fresno. gorgeous in tahoe at 71 degrees. there's your sunrise and sunset and smack in between today, 50s, 60s beaches. a robust sea breeze out of the west 10 to 20 miles per hour. so you will require a jacket at the beaches today. 60 in oakland and alameda.
upper 60s mountain view into the santa clara valley. high 60s, low 70s east of the bay and to the north. here's your extended forecast. just a slight chance of a shower on saturday. otherwise, on sunday, some very mild conditions inland. we bump up the temperatures inland on monday through thursday, we keep it overcast along the seashore. it is a 104th annual "bay to breakers" run a foot race around the city. a good 7-mile run. 60 degrees overcast conditions couldn't ask for better weather for "bay to breakers." have a great weekend. >> roberta, what did kenny call it? the naked race? >> the naked race. >> clothing optional. >> yes. the chp has now confirmed that it was a shooting that shut down interstate 80 in the east bay overnight. a man was driving on eastbound 80 near pinole avenue valley road in hercules around 10:30. someone drove up next to him and started shooting. he was hit twice in the leg then crashed into the center divider. he is out of the hospital. this is the same area where there have been a string of highway shootings in recent months. this morning, the warriors are giving fans a chance to see
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shooting his ex-girlfriend in the head in pacifica. 26-year-old colindres clinched has been on the loose since april 27. she delivered the baby and they are both okay. crews will repair a sinkhole in san francisco sometime tomorrow. the ground gave way tuesday on mission street by new montgomery. an suv got stuck in the 12 by 5- foot hole. crews are replacing a sewer main that's more than a century old. we are live at horace mann elementary school in downtown san jose where the school is taking action to try to contain a stomach flu outbreak that sickened more than 90 children and 6 staff. volunteers and staffers have been disinfecting and wiping down nearly every touchable surface including doorknobs, bathrooms and water fountains and later today the kids will be forced to stay in their classrooms all day including lunch and recess. this all started on april 29 when a student vomited in class. the school sent out notices as required by law but the virus
had already begun to spread. the annual musical performance aladdin is postponed until next week. >> it's a school. kids get sick. and think the school is working hard to keep it contained. >> and the good news it looks like the rate of new infections is starting to slow down. we're live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. good morning from the traffic center. eastbound 92 high-rise of the san mateo bridge two lanes blocked due to a motorcycle accident. chp on scene. it's the noncommute direction so once you get past that no troubles towards hayward this morning. westbound slow conditions 22 minutes now between 880 and 101. the rest of the bay area bridges not too bad. in fact, safe to say "friday light" on the bay bridge right now. your approaches a little sluggish but traffic is okay heading into san francisco on the upper deck and lower deck,
as well. westbound 80 towards the dublin interchange no troubles through the altamont pass connecting to 680. this is east of there. you have your usual slow-and-go conditions coming away from 205 making that connector on the 580 itself. but again once you get over the hill in livermore traffic is nice. no delays right now good news here southbound 680, 580 to 101 at the sunol grade is pretty good. you finally brought us good news. i brought you some low clouds and fog but there's low clouds and fog streaming inland 50 miles. numbers in the 50s except redwood city at 63 degrees. hey, today i wouldn't bank on clearing at the beaches. only mountain mid-50s in pacifica. 50s and 60s around the bay. yes, san francisco you need a jacket today. high 60s around the peninsula with the sunshine upper 60s in san jose and in livermore. 69 off to the north in santa rosa with partly sunny skies.
we'll be partly to mostly cloudy on saturday with a slight chance of peninsula or coastal showers, a slight chance, and then lots of sunshine on monday through next week. but, you know, i want to back up and talk about "bay to breakers." 60 degrees, overcast skies, perfect running conditions for what kenny calls the naked race. >> the naked race. >> not endorsing it. >> it's going to be a very crowded weekend in san francisco as runners gather for the annual as roberta mentioned "bay to breakers" road race. the actual race flown for zany costumes or lack thereof is sunday. today and tomorrow there will be a "bay to breakers" expo at pier 35. it will feature fitness and technology gear. and nutrition. just want to make it clear, i have a 2.5-year-old daughter so not endorsing people to go naked. it would shock her if she sees all that stuff. >> check it out. the costumes are fun. >> they have a costume contest actually. >> yeah. i like the guys go around
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