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and i'm kenny choi. a north bay high school is closed today after a studens killed and another was seriy injured in a shooting... po good morning. it's thursday, may 26. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. a north bay high school is closed after one student was killed and another seriously injured in a shooting. police were called to fairway drive in novato last night for reports of a shooting and stabbing. they believe the crime happened in a nearby open space reserve. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live at novato high school with more. >> reporter: the high school is closed today because people are beside themselves and so many questions on this investigation. no arrests have been made. police have not talked at all about a motive. all we know is that at 5:30
authorities got a call about a high school student who was stabbed and shot at fairway drive. they took that teen to the hospital and searched a nearby area and found a second teenager shot dead. the only description they have is very vague. three hispanic men. neighbors say they also saw a white sedan speeding from the scene. >> we have a crime where someone was murdered with a handgun and a knife. so armed and dangerous, absolutely. we don't know the reasoning or what brought these individuals together. was it a chance encounter or planned? that's what we'll find out. >> reporter: this is the letter that the principal sent to parents. the principal of novato high school said that the school is working very closely with law enforcement and they are going to have counselors on campus through next week. the school was already closed tomorrow for a teacher in service and then it was going
to be closed on monday for memorial day. so the principal told parents to keep an eye on their kids over the next few days, this long weekend now, as they -- everybody tries to process this in their own way. hoping for more information on the investigation this morning. live in novato, anne makevoc, kpix 5. police in vallejo are looking for a teenaged girl who was violently abducted on an overpass to i-70. pearl pinson was taken at 7 a.m. yesterday at the 780 overpass. witnesses saw her bleeding screaming for help and being dragged by a man with a gun. the 15-year-old pinson never showed up for school yesterday. investigators believe the man on the left, 19-year-old fernando castro, kidnapped her. right now, it's unclear if the pinson knew her attacker. it is a big time for bay area sports fans as the sharks have earned a spot in the stanley cup finals for the first time in the 25-year history of the franchise.
they beat the st. louis blues 5- 2 last night to win the western conference championship and after the game fireworks went off in downtown san jose near s.a.p. center. now, as you can imagine, tickets for the sharks in the finals are in short supply. season ticketholders, corporate partners and suite holders will have access to presail opportunities starting athe 10 a.m. after that they go on sale to the general public at 1 p.m. the nba champion warriors posted this congratulatory message on twitter. it shows steph curry holding up a bobblehead of himself wearing a sharks jersey. coming up in the next half-hour dennis o'donnell will have highlights from last night's historic win in san jose as well as player reaction. steph curry and the rest of the warriors will hit the court at oracle arena tonight for a do-or-die game 5. golden state is coming off a blowout game 4 in oklahoma city. they trail three to one in the series. if the warriors win the series
goes back to oklahoma city for game 6 on saturday. and game 7 would be back here in oakland next monday. time now 6:03. liza battalones has the traffic report. >> fremont will be the big hot spot still. we have the five-car pile-up and the a "sig alert." lanes will be shut down for 30 minutes. southbound 880 near mowry avenue. one-hour delays being reported. one car is on its roof. it's backed up beyond 92 almost to 238. so save yourself time. take mission or take bart to the fremont bart station. that park lot normally fills up at 6:30 in the morning. now, the rest of the bay area, the bay bridge toll plaza leaving oakland heading into san francisco not sure if we have chopper 5 back up and out over there. we hope to have those pictures
later this morning. in the meantime we'll move on to the bay bridge commute where westbound traffic is beginning to crowd up at the toll plaza. do keep in mind that bart is a great alternative to waiting in those delays on 880. the ace train is running about 10 minutes late this morning on train 3. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." here's roberta. i just happened to roll in from the shark tank, liza. >> thanks for joining us. [ laughter ] >> hey! congratulations! give it up for our san jose sharks. go ahead! >> whoo! >> 25 years. >> wahoo! >> look very carefully. do you see people out there partying? they are in san jose this morning. [ laughter ] >> good morning, san jose! waking up to teal blue skies. actually it's really gray out there right now but it will be sunny and bright. we'll have teal blue skies later today. temperatures pretty much close to where they should be for this time of the year. we'll have clearing all the way back to the beaches. highs 50s a few low 60s. otherwise 70s common around the
peninsula jumping up to 80 in los gatos. san jose and santa clara, in the 70s. east bay in the 80s. 76 benicia. we'll have sunshine in stinson beach but southwest breeze up to 20 miles per hour. otherwise 80 today in santa rosa and in napa. far reaches all the way up into 82 degrees in cloverdale. memorial day weekend we have that forecast coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. new this morning, the "associated press" is calling out sfo for security breaches but the airport sees things differently. it says that there hasn't been a single one all year. kiet do is live at sfo with more. >> reporter: good morning. looks to be some good old- fashioned journalism by the "associated press" doing what they do best and that's digging up the dirt. and now trying to make sense of what appears to be a puzzling
response by sfo. and so according to that report by the ap, the airport says this were zero security breaches last year but the ap through their own investigation of federal documents found in 2015 there were 3 breaches. and from 2012 to 2014 there were 2 in each year. making the total from 2004 until february of this year 41 perimeter security breaches. it begs the question, what is a breach? the ap found last year at sfo a woman walked past a vehicle exit gate on to the tarmac and tried to flag down an airplane. also last year, a man drove past the gate and got to an airplane. but the airplane insisted those incidents were not security breaches. the airport pushed back against the ap refused to share its own numbers responding to the ap's public records act request saying, you asked by sfo's own count how many perimeter breaches has the airport had since the start of 2004? the pra does not obligate the city to answer such questions. here's a roundup.
top four biggest airports in california. since 2004: effort to live at sfo, kiet do, kpix 5. >> how is sfo defending itself? >> reporter: so they say that they have beefed up some of the security perimeter patrols also added some new lights and cameras. also added a electric gate that slides open and closed mechanically. >> thank you. meanwhile texas is leading the effort to reverse the obama administration's new transgender bathroom suggestion in schools. the "order" requires schools to allow students to use facilities that match their genter identity or lose federal funding. 11 states have sued the government challenging the policy. >> the obama administration is creating new laws outside the bounds of the constitution, making the kind of changes only congress can make. >> texas's attorney general says he is willing to take the case all the way to the u.s.
supreme court. as the presidential contenders try to win over california voters, hillary clinton's emails during her time of secretary of state are back in the spotlight. >> we'll check in on the national spelling bee. >> good morning from the kpix 5 weather center. the unofficial start to summer is around the corner and we have the forecast. >> a long start to the nimitz commute a "sig alert" in place. an accident involving five cars along the nimitz south 880 in fremont. i'll give you alternates coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
it will be sunny, brighter and warmer today. we have the full forecast and the holiday outlook as the news continues. a man is facing charges for a dangerous stunt at the "hollywood" sign. he climbed the famous "hollywood" sign waving a flag that said, i'm back! when he was done, he climbed down into the waiting arms of the lapd. turns out the man is one of the guys behind a youtube channel featuring outrageous stunts. the race for the white house continues in the bay area today. democratic front-runner hillary clinton will hold two local events. the first one is in downtown san jose. she will speak to supporters at parkside hall at 1:30. then at 4:15 she will be at the hibernia building in san francisco. a new poll from the public policy institute shows that bernie sanders is eating into clinton's lead among likely democratic voters in california. she now leads by 2% which is a statistical dead heat. this comes as clinton tries to
put her campaign back on track after a critical report about her email scandal. more now from hena daniels. horses hillary clinton burned aside the latest chapter in her email saga yesterday when she gave this interview to a local univision station in l.a. >> it's not an issue that's going to affect the campaign or my presidency. >> reporter: an internal audit released by the state department inspector-general wednesday found clinton failed to get legal approval for the private email servinger she used during her time as secretary of state. it also concluded -- the report also concluded i.t. staffers who expressed concerns about the setup were rebuffed. >> it's the same story just like previous secretaries of state, i used a personal email. many people did. >> reporter: the development provided new fodder for donald trump, who continues to criticize her character. >> she's as crooked as they come. she had a little bad news today. >> reporter: for a second night in a row, trump's rally had protestors outside clashing with police.
bernie sanders spoke of his attacks on the presumptive republican nominee. >> billionaires are not going to run this country. people will. [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: a campaign official told cbs news the clinton camp will begin airing ads in california tomorrow. she is counting on a win in the delegate-rich state next month to lock up the democratic nomination. hena daniels, cbs news. a scripps national spelling bee includes all kinds of sweet moments. the youngest speller on stage offered the best of all. >> do you have a favorite word? [ child saying extremely long unknown word ] >> the 6-year-old [ non-english language ] says he doesn't feel threatened by competitors twice his age but he may need more
practice to beat them. he misspelled a word yesterday but a crowd still gave him a standing ovation. he deserves it. >> yeah. he certainly does. he spelled that word correctly by the way. a san jose middle schooler is ready to trump the competition at the final round today. [ spelling ] >> that is correct. >> well done. rutvik gandhasri advanced after spelling his way to glory in the preliminary stages yesterday. and another bay area contestant of san ramon competed, too. but just missed the mark on her written test. okay, as a mom i brag a little bit but my kids that was one of the longest -- it's the longest word in the english dictionary the -- my father-in- law taught them how to spell that so they know how to spell that word. they did a little better than
mom, right? you were in a spelling bee. >> yes. >> districtwide or -- >> this one, i can't remember because i was so young but i remember i misspelled a word engine. [ overlapping speakers ] >> i was happy with mississippi. [ laughter ] >> i remember that. >> yeah. >> so we are going to be the griego kids at the scripps national spelling bee in the future? >> anything can happen! >> good goal. it's a busy commute. i mean, a lot of folks are going to be late for work this morning. clocking in at one-hour delays, so if you normally take 880 leaving hayward towards fremont, we have a long backup for you. an accident involving five cars, two left lanes still shut down. but it looks like chp is making some progress. at one point, one of those vehicles was on its side. they have corrected that. but still, two lanes are shut down. traffic is backed up beyond highway 92. so set aside extra time perhaps take mission boulevard to save time this morning.
or take bart. right now, bart is on schedule. we have had a great morning so far for the bart commute. highway 92 heading across the san mateo bridge, that's been trouble-free in terms of accidents. you can see right here the delays in that westbound direction. those are the taillights you're looking at so it's going to be a brief delay approaching and passing the toll plaza, 18 minutes leaving the hayward area bound for foster city. it's a typical morning for the altamont pass. not looking at one-hour delays but it's still slow for westbound 580 backed up from the 205 interchange approaching the livermore valley. the morning rush will cost you 22 minutes between the carquinez bridge and the maze. you will hit the brakes at the toll plaza from the 880 overcrossing traffic flowing well still across into the bridge into san francisco across the bridge. marin county south 101 a breeze leaving highway 37 in novato with no delays approaching the golden gate. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic."
here's roberta. >> i'm just loving this view. this is our live weather camera from mount vaca. and our cameras are perched about 2800 feet on the mountaintops so you can see down below, the valley with low clouds and fog. it looks like a blanket. that's how far inland we have the surge of the marine layer. right now, 48 degrees overcast in santa rosa. it's 56 with a gray slate in san francisco. cloudy in oakland at 54. mid-50s in redwood city and throughout the tri-valley. clouds will scrub out and we'll see sunshine all the way back to the beaches. we'll have teal blue skies especially over the san jose area. west and southwest winds around 10 to 20 miles per hour. an area of high pressure will build in. we have a little pressure gradient, so breezy conditions.
but definitely as high pressure strengthens, a warmer day for all of us. plan your day according to futurecast especially if you want to pack a lunch eat outdoors get the kids ready for recess out the door we have to think about that dressing in layers. the clouds playing tag with the san mateo coast, scrubbing out of santa cruz. ample sunshine in capitola. temperatures responding today to the sunshine up to 60 in monterey, 79 in sacramento. still late day thunderstorms in the forecast in the high sierra back in through yosemite at half dome. 80 fresno, merced and modesto. sunset at 5:52, although we're shrouded in deck of low clouds and fog. sunset at 8:22. a warmer day on tap as we begin to slide towards that unofficial start to summer. 60s at the coast, 78 san jose. that's spot on for this time of the year. 76 to 80 in napa, glen ellen and sonoma.
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good morning, everyone. many of the sharks' previous play-offs appearances ended in disappointment with the hockey world saying, same old sharks. but san jose finally shed that moniker last night. the shark tank ready to see something they had never seen before. early first period, joe they want misses, but joe pavelski picked up the loose puck, scores his play-off high 13th goal of the post-season. 1-0 san jose. it was 2-0 third period, ward with his second goal of the night, 3-2 and the tank has the finals in their grasp.
3 hemorrhage 0. -- 3-0. then it's 4-0 and you can put the game on ice! the sharks win 5-2 to win the series and after 25 years they have finally broken through to their first-ever stanley cup finals. >> pretty cool feeling. obviously, it's our first time here so it's, um, it was neat to get this done at home. the fans have waited 25 years, we have waited 18 years or so. so it's a great feeling. >> it's huge for the people who have been here for so long. it's unbelievable. makes our job a lot easier for us. so just excited four wins away from winning so we are excited about that. baseball the giants win 4- 3. the a's lose 13-3. and cleveland now leads that series three games to two over toronto. the big story tonight, the golden state warriors, they have to win to stay alive. that's where our sportscast will emanate from. i'm dennis o'donnell.
where last year a couple of people got past the perimeter security fence and on the tarmac but the airport says that's not a security breach! >> from the kpix 5 weather center, good morning, everybody. the marine layer streams at least 50 miles inland this morning. i'll talk about the effect on your thursday. >> and it's a messy commute on 880 where there's still a "sig alert" in place in the southbound direction. i'll have details. good morning, it is thursday, may 26. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:30. police in the north bay will be combing an open space preserve this morning hoping to find something that will lead them to the attackers who killed a student and seriously hurt another. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is live at novato high school which is closed today while students and staff deal with the loss of one of their own. anne. >> reporter: this is not the type of community that you would see these things in normally. so it's kind of the real shock to people. at this point, there's such a lack of information, a lot of rumors going around among high
schools students, no arrests have been made. police haven't said anything about the motive in this crime. but it is a real shocker. one student is dead and another in serious condition. at around 5:30 last night officers got a call about a high school student who had been stabbed and shot near the end of fairway drive. so they took that teenager to the hospital and started searching the open space areas nearby. that's where they found a second teen who was shot dead. the only description they have of the suspect, very vague right now. three hispanic men. neighbors said they saw a white man fleeing from the scene. >> i was worried about it because we hike here. it's quiet back here. we never have trouble so it's odd it happened here. >> reporter: this is the letter the principal sent to parents of kids that go to novato high school that they are working with law enforcement closely and counselors will be on campus through next week.
that's when classes will resume here on tuesday. in the meantime, the principal said as we have this long weekend that parents should keep an eye on their kids as they process what's happened. anne makevoc, kpix 5. less than two hours, five east bay mayors will hold an emergency meeting to discuss 28 freeway shootings in the area since november. >> anytime you can get five mayors to agree on something is a good start. >> recently eastbound i-80 near the cross of highway 4, a shooting left one person injured. in a letter to governor jerry brown local leaders are asking for two things, an upgrade to the existing highway camera system to include data storage so images of crimes can be saved for prosecution and to install cameras at on- and off- ramps. four people have died as a result of the shootings. normally you're lucky if you can see one or two blue whales in the monterey bay but
what about 30? a monterey whale watching company captured this picture of dozens of blue whales over the last few days. the surge of activity has to do with the food they eat. now that el nino weather is winding down, krill is in full bloom. >> we get these strong northwest winds whipping up the nutrients and that's what causes these krill to bloom. and krill are the snickers bars of the monterey bay. pretty much anything eats them. >> if you want to see them get to monterey fast. experts say blue whales can travel up to 200 miles a day and won't stick around for long. time now 6:33. not really talking about whales but sharks today, huh? >> absolutely! >> big story. >> it's in the headlines in all the local newspapers. sharks sleigh their ghosts ? >> that's awesome. >> took 25 years to get this. >> did you steal this from the boss' desk? >> i did! >> mr. cohan, you will get your newspaper shortly after the newscast. usually i get it from the
newspaper guy but i beat him to the hot chocolate stand this morning. i was waiting for him. i wanted a newspaper from the "mercury news" as well because i'm going to save it as the season ticketholder for 25 years, i'm saving this! and savoring the moment. let's take you to the shark tank right now. very carefully. you see that person? you see the other one? they are still out there partying. they are celebrating the big win that just takes the san jose sharks all the way to the stanley cup finals. now, it should begin on monday. we wait to see who we play, tampa bay on pittsburgh. 48 degrees this morning in santa rosa. 51 in san jose. all the way in between everybody in the 50s. we have gray skies. we'll have lots of sunshine today. even the coast will clear out. 50s and 60s there. 70s around the peninsula. it will top off at 79 in campbell. san jose to santa clara 76 to 78 degrees which is spot on for this time of the year. we'll experience a breeze southwest at 20 east of the bay. all the way up to 83 in brentwood and tracy and byron
and discovery bay. 80 santa rosa. blustery around the immediate seashore and the north bay beaches. 64 stinson beach. 80 napa. talking about low 80s in cloverdale. memorial day, the holiday is right around the corner. we have that forecast coming up at 48 minutes after the hour. >> i'm a big-time sharks fan, good morning, roberta. hi there, everybody. since 5 a.m. we have been reporting to you the "sig alert" where lanes have been shut down in fremont. finally board that all lanes have been reopened. -- finally word that all lanes have been reopened so everybody is off to the right-hand shoulder but really the damage is done. still clocking in at one-hour delays from highway 92. very slow traffic. mission boulevard the alternate is crowded, as well. take bart if you can. that's the best alternative to waiting in the delays. right now all bart trains are on schedule. highway 92 going to be crowded in the westbound direction. those are the taillights you're looking at. eastbound moving well.
and at the bay bridge toll plaza, the metering lights are on. that morning rush has you slow from 880. that's a look at "kcbs traffic." >> thank you. construction work may have contributed to that crane crash that killed a mother -- train crash that killed a mother and daughter in san leandro. pg&e was doing work near the crossing on tuesday when the train slammed into the mother's suv. the construction forced two lanes into one. >> the likelihood is that car was stopped, that car likely was trapped in traffic never had a chance to even see that railway arm unless she were looking in the rear view mirror to see it coming down behind her vehicle. >> investigators say that signs were posted warning drivers of the changes. amtrak expects to get computer data next week that should help piece together what happened. new this morning, the "associated press" found that sfo is still struggling it security breaches. the airport tells a different story. kpix 5's keit do is live at sfo on concerns that the airport is
denying it has issues with trespassers. kiet. >> reporter: good morning. the "associated press" is calling out sfo for what looks to be word play and semantics. sfo says by law we don't have to tell you anything. according to a report by the "associated press" the number of security breaches here according to the airport is zero. but that's not what the ap found. according to their their investigation of federal records in 2015, sfo had three breaches. and from 2012 to 2014 there were two in each year. so total from 2004 until february of this year, 41 perimeter security breaches. and so it raises the question, what exactly is a breach? the ap found back in 2015 at sfo a woman walked past a vehicle exit gate on to the tarmac and tried to flag down an airplane. also last year a man drove past the gate and then reached an airplane. here's a puzzling part. the airport insisted they are not security breaches and, in fact, pushed back against the "associated press" by refusing to share its numbers. the airport responded to the
ap's request saying, you asked by sfo's own count how many perimeter breaches has the airport had since the start of 2004? the pra does not obligate the city to answer such questions." the pra is a public records act request. how does that stack up to the rest of california airports? sfo 41. l.a.x. 26. sj c-21. san diego 4. sfo is defending itself saying it has beefed up patrols added new lights and security cameras and also electronic gate controlled mechanically. live at sfo, kiet do, kpix 5. >> what do you know about that woman who tried to flag down the plane on the tarmac last year. >> reporter: she said she was trying to get to guatemala to see her family. she says she was inspired by the stowaway who back in 2014 jumped on a flight from san jose to maui, stowed away and survived. >> thank you. the university of oregon is now trying to determine whether
multiple fraternities and sororities were involved in trashing lake shasta over the weekend. the university has already suspended one frat after piles of trash were left onslaughter house island. it took 24 service employees all yesterday morning and afternoon to clean up the mess. a 30-year park service veteran has been cleaning up messes like this since the '90s and says this one is one of the worst that he has seen. >> because there was so much personal property left here on the island this year, it was considerably more work. >> all together the clean-up could cost almost $20,000. that's all taxpayer money. time now 6:39. seat space on bart is at a premium so the agency is considering to help you if you can't find a seat. ,,
morning news." time 6:42. a ride across the microclimates, looks like today we'll have it going all way back to the beaches with highs in the 50s and 60s. peninsula highs in the 70s, santa clara valley home of your san jose sharks, 76 degrees. east bay numbers all the way up to 83 degrees in brentwood. we'll have a southwest wind 10 to 20 in stinson beach. and the 60s climbing through the 70s in mill valley to the 80-degree mark in napa and in santa rosa. hello, lakeport, at 79 degrees. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." charlie rose joins us now from new york city. good morning, charlie. >> reporter: good morning, kenny and michelle. ahead, john dickerson on fallout from the new report on hillary clinton's emails. plus the weight loss balloon that comes in the form of a pill. a closer look at the treatment that may soon be available in the u.s. also, this. we meet with athletes of the u.s. olympic training center to find out how they're coping
with zika concerns. and jetblue's ceo will talk about how long the tsa lines are, bag fees, and expanding to cuba. all that and more. the news is back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> thank you. "cbs this morning" starts at 7:00. cupertino-based apple may be on the verge of entering new territory. joining us now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. good morning, kenny. apple could be going hollywood. the financial times reports that the company was interested and considered a bid for time warner with senior executive eddie cue meeting with a top level executive at time warner last year and broached the topic of a possible merger. a takeover of time warner by apple. the talks though never got beyond the preliminary stage. never even reached the desk of
apple's ceo. they are going to expand beyond hardware after a revenue decline, the first in 13 years. good news on the job market. weekly claims have fallen for the second straight week. the labor department reports that initial jobless claims were down 10,000 to 268,000. and some rare good news for high-end retail. san francisco-based williams- sonoma topped earnings expectations in the recent quarter. its sales were up nearly 6% saw strong sales at williams-sonoma and at its west elm chain, as well. and that's sending shares of williams-sonoma higher. a lot of other retailers have not done so well so far in 2016. wall street has done very well over the prior two sessions. big gains back to back and we'll see if we can continue that winning streak today: the price of oil topping $50 for the first time since last
november. michelle and kenny, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. apple may be laying the groundwork for a new electric car. word around sillicon valley is that the company is secretly designing and building electric vehicles in these inmarked buildings in sunnyvale. -- unmarked buildings in sunnyvale. reuters say apple is talking to companies that build charging stations and hiring engineers with expertise in that area. new this morning, a solar plane that's big, bright and fuel free has landed smoothly. hundreds of people showed up last night to watch the solar impulse 2 land at the lehigh valley airport in pennsylvania. the plane which was in the bay area recently has 17,000 solar cells and weighs roughly 5,000 pounds. it's on an around-the-world journey that will end in abu dhabi in late july. time now 6:46. let's check the roads with liza. >> we finally have some better news to report for 880 in fremont. good morning, michelle and kenny. we are going to go straight away to fremont. 880 southbound 880 near mowry
we have that major accident involving multiple cars all lanes open but the damage is done. over one-hour delays are reported from 238 in the san leandro, san lorenzo area. traffic is bumper-to-bumper for several miles approaching fremont because of this accident. it was out there since 5 a.m. if you plan on taking bart that would be a great alternative for you this morning. bart is on time or even hop on mission boulevard. mission boulevard is beginning to crowd up still a better alternative to south 880. we'll talk about the san mateo bridge where it's been slow this morning. westbound traffic still crowded across the span with 23 minutes between hayward and foster city. east 92 still looking okay as with the dumbarton bridge westbound 84 a better alternate. the altamont pass is crowded.
no new accidents, just a lot of traffic. slow from beyond the 205 interchange, stays heavy in patches through the livermore valley. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." here's roberta. she made her way in from the shark tank last night! [ laughter ] >> good morning. congratulations to the san jose sharks advancing to the stanley cup play-offs which begin on monday. we have a blanket of low clouds and fog that has surged inland at least a good 50 miles. this is the scene from mount vaca looking over the layer of clouds which is now causing delays at sfo over one hour on some arriving flights. numbers have been steady the 40s and 50s as you get ready to begin your thursday. we do have a bit of a breeze this morning, currently the wind is out of the west- southwest at 6 in san francisco. also in san jose. san ramon is up to 14 miles per hour. these winds will be fluctuating in the fairfield area to the west and southwest right now at 14 miles per hour.
winds will increase about 10 to 20 miles per hour during the afternoon hours. we are kick-starting our day with localized drizzle from the coast to our inland areas all generating condensation associated with the marine layer. gradual warming today. pretty much through the holiday weekend. so we have this area of low pressure that's been hanging very tight to the coast. it's now digging to the south ejecting to the east taking its precipitation with it. high pressure is now building in. as it does, it causes this pressure gradient. can you see those wind particle lines very close together? that's why we are generating that breeze during the afternoon hours. but the bottom line, high pressure the ridge builds and we'll have a warmer day today and the weekend. all right. you want to plan your lunch hour? watch our futurecast tick on by. clouds very close to out coast at lunchtime and through 1:00. this is the san mateo coast. you notice santa cruz is clearing out all the way to capitola. we will have ample sunshine for the beaches all the way into our inland areas. thus a warmer day.
60 today through carmel and monterey bay. 79 through sacramento, stockton, merced and modesto. 60s in the greater lake tahoe area with instability so chance of a thunderstorm in the forecast all the way through half dome. today's numbers 60 in pacifica, 71 berkeley. 72 concord, clayton and walnut creek. spot on as far as averages are concerned across the santa clara valley. temperatures up on friday, bested by saturday. it's a sunny forecast all the way through the holiday on monday. enjoy your thursday. controversy over a mobile home park will be the focus this morning of a federal court hearing in san jose. at issue is buena vista mobile home park in palo alto. the landowners want to sell it to developers who will raze the park for development. they say it's key to the development plan and wants the property owner to pay to help tenants get new housing bart has a plan to make sure shorter passengers don't
go swinging when trains take off. it's considering a proposal to install more hanging straps that help riders keep steady. i could use that. they cost $8 each and if the plan is approved bart would pay $300,000 to add 50 more straps to each car. here's something that can eventually be a new wave in transportation. a model of a transit elevated bus may debut at the china beijing international high-tech expo. the passenger compartment rises far above over vehicles [ chuckling ] on the road allowing cars to pass underneath. the idea is to increase the use of road space. developers say it has the same functions as a subway but cost of construction is much cheaper. time now 6:51. 11 states are challenging the obama administration over new school bathroom policy. we'll have the latest on the dispute. >> reporter: and a teenager is killed in a double shooting. the suspects still on the loose. we'll have the latest coming up.
♪ i got the discounts that you need ♪ ♪ safe driver ♪ accident-free ♪ everybody put your flaps in the air for me ♪ nnual g-7 five things to know at the :55. president obama continues his visit to japan today meeting with world leaders at the annual g7 summit. one of the big issues on the table, how to avert another global economic meltdown. tomorrow, the president makes a historic trip to hiroshima but won't apologize for the u.s. bombing japan with an atomic bomb in the '40s. 11 states are suing the government. an order requires schools to allow students to use bathrooms that match their gender identity or lose federal funding. texas's attorney general says he is willing to fight the order all the way to the supreme court. today democratic presidential front-runner hillary clinton is holding a pair of rallies in the bay
area. the first one is at parkside hall in san jose at 1:30 this afternoon. at 5:30 clinton will appear at the hibernia building in san francisco. bernie sanders is campaigning in southern california today. the warriors will try to keep the dream of back-to-back titles alive tonight in oakland. golden state hosts the thunder in game 5 at oracle arena. and the thunder dominated games 3 and 4 in oklahoma city taking a three games to one series lead. it was the first time the warriors lost back-to-back games all season. >> reporter: mayors from five east bay cities will hold a meeting in an hour to discuss freeway shootings. the group of mayors is expected to ask for state funding for safety upgrades including surveillance cameras with a recording capability. cameras at freeway on- and off- ramps. >> i'm anne makovec live in novato where two high school students were attacked one has died and no arrests have been made yet. the investigation under way
this morning. at about 5:30 last night, authorities got a call about a high school student who had been stabbed and shot near the end of fairway drive here in novato. they took that teenager to the hospital and searched the open space area nearby. that is where they found a second teenager who had been shot dead. the only description of the suspects vague, three hispanic men. neighbors say they saw a white sedan speeding from the scene. >> someone was murdered with a handgun and knife, so armed and dangerous absolutely. we don't know what happened. was it chance? was it targeted? that's something we'll find out. >> reporter: novato high school is closed until tuesday. the school is working closely with law enforcement, counselors will be on campus next week when classes resume. and the search in that open space area is going to resume this morning with search dogs.
live in novato, anne makevoc, kpix 5. and if you are heading for the nimitz, traffic delays continue. we had that big accident southbound 880 approaching mowry. all lanes are open. but take a look! traffic is backed up for over an hour from highway 238. take mission as an alternate. or take bart, no delays. 580 approaching and passing the altamont pass, going to be slow going. westbound traffic you can see all the room there approaching 680 no delays approaching the dublin interchange. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, unfortunately, it's going to be a slow morning for oakland commuters. the backups extend beyond the 880 overcrossing. [ laughter ] >> and roberta, did you just roll in from the shark tank? >> just about, right? that's our home for the last 25 years, right? our game together was like 20 years ago. >> that was so much fun. >> nachos, extra cheese. i remember that very vividly. [ laughter ] >> people are still partying out there. they are still celebrating the
sharks win where currently in san jose it's 54. 50 in santa rosa. everybody will clear out today to teal blue skies. 60s at the coast. 70s at the peninsula. low 80s inland. warmer on friday. and then additional warming takes place over the weekend as we slip slide into memorial day weekend. >> roberta it is not a dream of course. the san jose sharks have reached the stanley cup finals after eliminating the st. louis blues. there may be some tickets available to the general public starting at 1:00 this afternoon. dick's sporting good stores are opening early today at 7 a.m. roberta will be there! game one monday against the winner of tonight's game between pittsburgh and tampa bay. get out there early because roberta will buy everything. >> i love this look you have going. >> it was falling from the
ceiling so i just came right to work. >> can i be your plus one? >> go sharks and warriors!! good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday may 26th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." hillary clinton pushes back after a state department report says she violated policies with her personal e-mail. also, protests at donald trump rallies were more violent. a new round of devastating twisters roar across the plains. we're in kansas where the massive tornadoes leveled homes. and can an inflatable balloon inside your stomach help you lose weight? the medical innovation easy to swallow. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> she's as crooked as they