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ordinance that would raise the city's minimum wage to $15 in two years. it would also increase to $13.75 by next year. this is a compromise between two dueling measures all on the november ballot. one ballot measure called measure bb wouldn't raise the minimum wage to $15 until 2019. the other which is measure cc would raise it to $15 by next year. berkeley's minimum wage is still below what workers get in emeryville and oakland. san francisco's is set to increase to $15 in 2018. >> we all feel for working people because it's hard in our expensive city to survive unless you have a decent wage. >> the berkeley city council just announced it will vote at this surprise meeting during their summer recess yesterday. if this proposed ordinance passes today the city will have voters to reject bb and cc on the november ballot. lisa chan, kpix 5. a driver caused a big mess
in san francisco this morning. he slammed into a muni bus shelter. this happened around 3:00 near stockton and sacramento in chinatown. police say most of the damage was on the sidewalk but there was a lot of glass and debris. the driver was not seriously hurt. no word yet on what caused him to crash. there is a crisis with the staffing at the san jose police department. kpix 5 uncovered it's so bad officers are sleeping in rvs to make it to mandatory overtime shifts. kpix 5's maria medina is live outside the san jose police department to tell us what city leaders said when we brought in to their attention. >> reporter: some of them actually had no idea. it was our kpix 5's kiet do who broke the story. he discovered at least a dozen police officers sleeping in r rvs. they are working 17 hour shifts many of them live as far away
as reno. so they say their only solution is to sleep here so they can make their shifts. voters passed measure b in 2012 that cut salary and benefits and that led to a mass exodus of police officers. today these officers are working overtime because of that. our mayor had no idea that these officers were sleeping in rvs. kiet do brought it to his attention. and he says there is a solution. >> we need to get support for measure f so we can restore this police department so we don't have officers working multiple overtime shifts in the same day. >> reporter: measure f would essentially, uhm, increase pay for new hires and that would attract new recruits according to the mayor. that measure will be on the november ballot. if you are wondering if it's legal for these officers to be sleeping in these rv's, they are doing it on city property so it's legal. we also spoke to the union president.
and he says he knew these officers were sleeping in these campers but he didn't want to say anything about it for safety reasons. maria medina, kpix 5. let's check with roqui for a look at our morning commute. >> we have a grass fire along the eastshore freeway westbound 80 right at the ashby exit. i know we have live look out here right now. you can see crews are out there with chp trying to handle the situation. we'll keep you updated as it develops. also here's a look at the map to get a liv picture. the off-ramp is closed due to a grass fire. out of tracy 30 miles per hour but we have a crash westbound 580 at grant line road two cars in the center divide causing a delay. dublin interchange altamont pass to the dublin interchange will take but 20 minutes. bay bridge metering lights are on. carquinez bridge to the maze
westbound will take you about 20 minutes into that toll plaza traffic and also if you are headed from hayward to the peninsula, 880 to 101 westbound will take you just about 15 minutes. so looking good. "ro," i was so cold in the berkeley area yesterday. >> you were cold in the berkeley area? yeah. okay. so in the mid-60s there yesterday. you know what, roqui, if you were cold yesterday, probably will be equally as chilly today. temperatures even going down today. good morning, it's 6:04. owe figures sunrise in 31 minutes from now. but not going to see it. we are shrouded in a deck of low clouds and fog so deep, about 2400 feet deep this morning, it's producing some heavy drizzle here around the rim of the bay and also around the seashore. you can see the layers of clouds in the distance there. visibility not so much of a problem this morning because it's more high overcast. numbers 50s and 60s out the door.
we should be 74 degrees and actually -- actually we should be 84 in san jose, instead today 77. 60s around the beaches today, 70s around the peninsula jumping up to 82 degrees los gatos through saratoga. east of the bay you will see some of the warmer numbers but still well below the average high of 91, 92 in brentwood to 84 degrees. low 80s in throughout the tri- valley. yeah, you can turn off the air- conditioning and throw open the windows. 70s common around the carquinez strait. north bay 60s blustery in stinson beach, west wind 10 to 20. through the 70s in throughout san rafael, terra linda, kentfield, all the way into petaluma and in novato. napa and sonoma also in the mid- 70s then we jump up into the 80s and even 91 degrees in ukiah. we have lots of doings going on this weekend including the good guys nationals show. gosh, i saw a lot of cars arriving in town in pleasanton yesterday. they are just spectacular! just beautiful automobiles.
expect temperatures in the mid- 80s all weekend in the east bay in pleasanton. more activities going on this weekend. we'll have the weather forecast for the 49ers and raiders games coming up next time around. a former novato police officer pleads no contest to a stalking charge in court this week. 35-year-old michael manuel ramirez admitted to sending lewd images to a minor. he was arrested and accused of making those online exchanges with a texas girl. ramirez is expected to return to court in october for a sentencing. he faces more than 3 months in jail. this morning, we are hearing from an officer who saved a blind man from his burning home. the fire started wednesday night in downtown pittsburg. when officers arrived, there was so much smoke, they had trouble getting inside. they tried to break some windows, but they were final able to knock down the front door. >> as soon as that door opened there was a huge plume of smoke
that was just caught behind it that came out. i remember my eyes burning a little bit but honestly everything just happened so fast you don't have time to think about that stuff. just saw something needed to grab, grabbed it and pulled it out. >> they were able to give the unconscious man cpr and rushed him to the hospital. one of the officers was also sent to the hospital and had to have surgery for a cut. both are expected to be okay. 6:07. today defense attorneys for the man accused of killing sierra lamar will return to court to try to get evidence excluded from the trial. antolin garcia-torres is charged with kidnapping and murder in the disappearance of the morgan hill teenager in 2012. yesterday, the judge denied the defense request to move that trial out of santa clara county. the judge said there is no evidence the defendant would be unable to receive a fair trial there. time now 6:07. the presidential contenders are zeroed in on the topic of race as accusations of bigotry keep flying.
>> and a san francisco-based company has uncovered a big vulnerability in apple's iphone. >> from the kpix weather center, happy friday, everybody! good morning to you. you can anticipate a much cooler day today but i'll talk about your weekend forecast. >> and we'll keep you updated on that grass fire on westbound 80. but there's a new crash in oakland. we'll tell you where it is. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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decks. it has one of the longest spans in the united states. clouds and cooler temperatures and the effect it will have on your weekend, that full forecast is coming up. violent clashes between turn i authorities turkish officials and kurdish rebels. militants have been key in the fight against isis in both iraq and syria. this morning, the candidates for president are in a war of words to try to win over minority and undecided voters. we have 74 days until the election. and as brian webb reports, the rhetoric is ramping up. >> reporter: hillary clinton is accusing donald trump of releasing a radical fringe within the republican party. >> he says he wants to make
america great again. his real message seems to be make america hate again. >> reporter: in reno yesterday, she slammed trump for spreading what she says are racist lies and conspiracy theories. >> of course there's always been a paranoid fringe in our politics a lot of it arising from racial resentment but it's never had the nominee of a major party stoking it encouraging it and giving it a national megaphone until now. >> reporter: trump beat clinton to the punch on racism claims. >> hillary clinton and her donors and advisers pushing her to spread smears and her lies. remember these three words, shame on you!! >> reporter: besides bashing clinton, trump is clarifying his policy on immigration. he said to anderson cooper last night it would be impossible to
deport all of the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants living in the united states. >> no. there's not a path -- at last no path to legalization unless people leave the country -- well, when they come back in, if they come back in, then they can start paying taxes. >> reporter: trump will court hispanic voters today in las vegas. brian webb for cbs news. >> hillary clinton has been careful to distinguish between trump and traditional republican leaders. kpix 5's political analyst melissa caen says there's a good reason for that. >> reporter: she specifically said bob dole didn't act like this. the two george bushes didn't act like this. what you are seeing there is a "subtle" appeal to republicans that she might have turned off had she sort of lumped this all together and said republicans are racists. she said trump is one way, these other republican presidents have been a different way. >> trump insists his first priority as president would be
to build a border wall and deport criminals who came to the u.s. illegally. if you have an iphone apple wants you to update your software as soon as possible. the cupertino company noticed spyware in its operating system. san francisco-based citizen lab reports the phones can be compromised with the tap of a finger. apple says they fixed the patch and there shouldn't be any problems on the update. just a couple of hours, builders of all ages will burst into san francisco's westville center. >> a new lego store is opening in stores. it's the first lego store in the city and to kick it off shoppers can construct a project with a master builder. the store opens at 10:00. the first 400 customers will get free gifts depending on the purchases. >> my 8-year-old daughter's
room is legoland. don't tell her this story! >> when you vacuum? >> when i step into her room, that's a problem. >> barefoot step on one of those legos, they hurt. we have been organizing you know, that never lasts. [ laughter ] >> i used to build elaborate things with legos. i love legos. >> i can build a bed but that's about it. >> that's good. >> i was never -- well, i think they were developed after my time. [ laughter ] >> no! >> my kids weren't in them. they were into pokemon. >> the card game. >> some things never get old. so how are the roads? >> well, let's start right now with your bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights came on about 5:30 so traffic is backing up in the toll plaza right now but otherwise, we are looking clear on the san mateo bridge. 880 to 101, hayward to the peninsula, westbound will take you about 15. then a look at the bay bridge. golden gate bridge into san
francisco up to 15 minutes. let's head to roberta with the weather. >> thank you. thank you so much. good morning, everyone. the damage is done due to this layer of low clouds and fog and even some heavy drizzle there morning. and sfo is now reporting delays on some arriving flights over one full hour. it's actually one hour and seven minutes. temperatures across the board right now, 50s and 60s. it's now 61 degrees in redwood city. okay, so we are going to have a fluctuation of the wind today. first off the wind out of the west 10 to 20 bringing in that cooler air mass all the way into our inland areas. our air quality will be decent. it's going to be great. okay, it's going to be good. but what we have are the recipient of that southwest wind across the santa clara valley. we'll have a bit of a haze that's all due to the smoke, the particulate matter, from the two fires that continue to burn to the south of the bay area. morning drizzle and clouds line the coast. no clearing there today. we will see the clearing around the bay and some seasonal temperatures but below average in our inland areas.
this marine layer is so impressive this morning it's roughly about 2400 feet deep. that's deeper than it has been all week long. it's very expansive and extensive. and it's producing some heavy drizzle around the coast into the bay. you may even need your windshield wipers. a couple of areas of high pressure over the western pacific, double barrels of high pressure. but they are going to stay put so not really the dominant weather feature over the weekend. this will be that upper level trough just grazing the state going to keep us on the cooler side. 87 degrees state capital today. 76 all weekend in the high sierra. kick-starting the morning's roughly around 34 degrees so be prepared for that. 60s monterey bay pebble beach and carmel. there's your sunrise and sunset. by the time we realize these temperatures, we'll shave off about 2 minutes and 16 seconds of daylight hours. 60s beaches, 60s across the bay today. 70s around the peninsula. 78 in san jose when we should
be around 84 degrees. 70s tort north of the golden gate bridge. 80s to the east. outside number 84 degrees in brentwood although in the far reaches all the way to 91 in ukiah. there's your weather forecast for the weekend. meanwhile, tonight, right here on kpix 5, we have the 49ers hosting the green bay packers. it's going to be interesting to see colin kaepernick lead the 49ers with clear skies. i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, you might have been asleep last night and missed this. a sensational play kept a no hitter a live for the giants but for how long? the finish and reaction coming up. >> and are you ready for some football? well, get ready to weigh in on the 2016 san francisco 49ers. go to cbssf.com/votenow on your tablet or smartphone. and let us know what you think. ,,,,,,
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good morning. drama at dodger stadium last night. trying to avoid a sweep of trying to pitch a no-hitter and trying to convince the manager to let him stay in the game. tom hanks is sully sullenberger, coming to a theater near you. no hid bit almost lost early for matt moore. bottom of the second denard span robs it, look at the running catch. top of the 4th, giants leading joe panik deep for the first home run in over two months for him. two-run shot giants up 3-0. bruce bochy let him stay despite the count of 119 pitches. denard span robs hernandez with a diving catch. now, one out away. l.a.'s cory seeger a bloop hit, you got to be kidding me! that's it?! that breaks up the no-hitter.
seeger is out after 133 pitches allowing just that one hit. more importantly the giants win 4-0 to avoid the sweep. they are within 2 games of the dodgers. as for moore he was happy bochy gave him a chance to try to finish the no-hitter. >> you know, i just reassured him that everything feels fine. i was more so just trying to get out of the dugout and get on the on-deck circle before they had a chance to do something like that. but i was trying to --i knew i was over 100 pitches heading back out there for the night. it didn't feel much different than any of the other pitches i threw. >> the giants lose that game. they are four games out. instead, they come back to at&t just two games back. a huge win. their biggest of the year. we have the 49ers and packers tonight on the big 5. i'll be facebook-ing sometime around 4:00 this afternoon. we'll see you from levi's stadium. all right.
going to be a big game. so what do you think? we wanted to know what you think. who should start out as quarterback for the 49ers? blaine gabbert or colin kaepernick? go to cbssf.com/votenow on your smartphone, tablet or computer. and we are going to put the live results up on the screen. you can see them there at the bottom. we'll have the final results coming up later on in our broadcast. >> what do you think? >> um -- >> i don't know anything about football. [ laughter ] >> i don't know. >> i'm okay with -- i will probably watch the game, though, i have to say. >> good. i'm going to quiz you next week. golden gate bridge could be getting new tech. we'll have details on proposed changes to the toll collection process. >> reporter: san jose police officers sleeping in rv right outside the department. why they say they have no other choice. we asked you to share pictus of your pets with us -- no'd like to introduce you to sof our furry friends here on t kpix morning news...
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trial of a stanford swimmer. berkeley's city council is lding a surprise announcement for the judge who issued a criticized rule in the rape trial of a stanford swimmer. >> berkeley city council is holding a surprise meeting this morning to vote on a new ordinance to raise the city's minimum wage. we'll have the details coming up. >> good friday morning from our kpix weather center where it's cooler today but this cooler air mass i'm going to talk about how it will affect your weekend. >> it's "friday light" on the bay bridge toll plaza as you can see. we'll have an update on the grass fire along the eastshore freeway coming up. good morning, it's friday, august 26. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm anne makovec in for kenny choi. kpix 5 was the first to tell you about a big problem at the san jose police department. the officers working so much overtime they are sleeping in r vs outside of headquarters. the mayor reportedly had no idea. kpix 5's maria medina live at the police department to tell us why and what happens.
they say they have no other choice. >> reporter: yeah. michelle, you know, it was our kiet do who wondered why there were r vs parked outside the san jose police department. that's when he discovered a dozen officers sleeping in campers because of mandatory overtime. they are working 17 hour shifts and many of them live as far as reno because they can't afford to live here in the bay area so they say their only solution is to sleep in those campers. now, if you remember, it was back in 2012 that voters approved measure b. that cut benefits and pay of those officers. and now there is a staffing problem here and the only solution is to work overtime. now, the mayor had no idea that these officers were sleeping in campers. kiet do brought it to his attention. and he says there is a solution. >> we're not going to retain and recruit officers. we're going to keep on sleeping
in a parking lot until we can get measure f across the line and certain negotiations to get over the line, as well. >> now, measure f would boost salaries for new officers and he says would then attract new recruits. that measure will be on the november ballot. now, if you are wondering if this is legal, if it is okay for officers to be sleeping in these rv's, it is on city property so it is okay. now, we also spoke to the union president. he says he knew this was going on but he was hesitant to say anything because of officer safety. live at sjpd, maria medina, kpix 5. >> you mentioned measure f will increase pay for new officers. what else can you tell us about that measure? >> under measure f former san jose employees would actually get the same benefits that they got before measure b if they want to return to work for the city and about 1300 employees are eligible. back to you. >> thank you. police trying to figure out
what happened to a man found dead in east san jose near highway 101 and 280. the body was found near herald avenue about 8:30 p.m. last night. the man had visible injuries. police are still looking for suspects. a local judge who caused controversy will no longer hear criminal cases. santa clara county judge aaron persky made the decision himself. starting next month, he will be moving to civil cases. judge persky has faced criticism for only giving a former stanford swimmer a six- month jail sentence. brock turner could have faced up to 14 years in prison for assaulting an unconscious drunk woman outside a frat party. critics want judge persky off the bench completely. his new role may not be permanent. judicial assignments rotate every year. today in a surprise meeting, berkeley city council takes a vote on the minimum wage wage hike before locals
get their say at the polls. lisa chan on the push to clear up the confusion ahead of the november election. but this seems more confusing. >> reporter: it is a little confusing. this special meeting during the berkeley summer recess was just announced yesterday. it will be voting on a new ordinance to raise the city's minimum wage to $15 in two years. it would also increase to $13.75 by next year. up to $15 by 2018. this is a compromise between two dueling measures on the november ballot. measure bb wouldn't raise the minimum wage to $15 until 2019 while measure cc is more aggressive raising it to $15 by next year. the ballot measures have divided the city council as well as labor leaders and small business owners. in daly city, one business owner told us he and his wife can't afford employees at all. >> in order to have employees today, you have to have workers' compensation insurance, you have to have all
kinds of other things that add to the price of whatever you pay the employee. >> which is why some say there needs to be a state law. in march, governor jerry brown announced a deal that would bring the statewide minimum wage to $15 by 2022. the ordinance the berkeley city council will be voting on this morning is considered a compromise between the two measures bb and cc. if it passes, voters are asked to reject both measures in november. live in the newsroom, lisa chan, kpix 5. it is 6:35 right now. before we listen to weather, roberta, we have to remind everybody to go online and weigh in on the 49ers this year who is it degree. >> cbssf.com/votenow. >> the shoulder injury prevented kaepernick from the first game against the houston texans so the big vote is on. i think they decided they are leaning towards kaep for tonight but we want to hear what you have to say. >> if you are a raider fan you
don't have this debate. it's derek carr all the way. >> you could be a football fan and weigh in. >> i voted. again, it's cbssf.com/votenow vote. we'll have the result coming up before 7:00. >> do you really want to see this again? if you do then vote for kaep. right? >> what's wrong two that? >> i just say the if you want to, go for it. [ laughter ] >> is that all you got? we'll see tonight, right? >> hopefully his arm is better. let's just say his arm needs some rest and hopefully it gets better. >> shoulder. >> yeah. roberta has been trying to get our weather forecast in gear morning. >> we have a great 49er forecast. just go with her. just go with her right now. [ laughter ] >> 49er game time temperature 67 degrees falling to the low 60s for the 49ers tonight. are you going to scold me later? [ laughter ] >> this is yerba buena island and treasure island. we have a layer of low clouds and fog. heavy drizzle, as well.
that's going to affect our temperatures today. they are coming down due to an upper level trough that enhanced that marine layer. 60s and no clearing at the beaches today. 70s around the peninsula. up to 81 degrees in morgan hill. 83 in the gilroy area. you notice the closer we get to the lip of the bay the temperatures drop into the 70s around union city, newark and fremont. but the farther inland you go, the temperatures rise. 84 degrees will be our outside number in brentwood. tri-valley in the low 80s. typically you should be 90. and to the north, take your pick, you want 70s? head to the coast. 70s common around santa rosa into kentfield, sausalito and tiburon. 70s in sonoma and napa. 60s at the coast. the weekend forecast something you really need to know about that and the event the weather will affect. that's coming up. but rocky, who is your pick for
tonight? >> oh, i don't know. i have to get more acquainted with our 49ers. but good weather for the game? >> oh, great. >> i'm assuming bad traffic into the game. so keep that in mind. let's take a look at some updates right now. ashby avenue off westbound 80 that was shut down earlier because of a grass fire. it's now open. so that's good for eastshore freeway commuters. and also there's a new crash here in pittsburg westbound 4 at willow pass road a two-car crash there causing some delays. cars driving all the way down to 20 miles per hour. and then also southbound 880 in oakland at 16th avenue there's a big rig and truck on the shoulder now but still cauing some minor delays. nimitz looking bad in the commute direction but 238 to 80 northbound will take 20 minutes. the golden gate toll plaza could be a thing of the past. something is being tested out
as a replacement for the plaza. since tolltakers were eliminated in 2013, the toll area isn't really needed. the gantt try would have lasers and other equipment to take the tolls. if all goes well it could disappear from the golden gate bridge in just a few years. the golden gate bridge is launching crisis text line to reach out to anyone who is thinking of jumping off the bridge. officials say the number of young people showing up at the bridge is at an all-time high. anyone can reach the new texting line at 741741. san francisco police released new video of a violent robbery. they are hoping to generate some leads into this case. the video from august 2, the taxi driver is blurred but you can see one of the suspects sit there is in the front seat. police say the driver picked up the group of four people at market and mason at 4:30 a.m. those suspects then asked the driver to take them to the
bayview. when they arrived, police say one suspect used a stun gun to attack the driver. that driver had his wallet and credit cards stolen but he was not seriously hurt. search-and-rescue crews continue to dig through the rubble in italy looking for any survivors from a deadly earthquake. we now know at least 267 people have died and hundreds of others are hurt. drone video shows the destruction of one of the hardest hit towns amatrice. as you can see many of the buildings are completely gone. time now 6:40. nearly 7 million californians may soon be automatically enrolled in retirement savings plans. the plan straight ahead. >> and tourists looking for peace and quiet at lake tahoe are encountering an aggressive pest instead. ,,
let's close the voting... ta look at your screen... a majority of viewers back to our kpix 5 snapshot question. who do you think should start as quarterback for the 49ers tonight? 77% going with kaepernick. it sounds like the 49ers are probably leaning toward having him be the starting qb. could be exciting. >> yes. it will. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." anthony mason joins us from new york. good morning. >> good morning, michelle. coming up accusations of prejudice and racism are dominating the presidential campaign this morning. we look into the rise of the so- called "alt right" movement. police, a unique approach to fighting superbugs. you will meet the dog that could save lives by smelling the dangerous drug-resistant bacteria. >> and a preview of my sunday morning conversation with barbra streisand. why she doesn't really like performing. the news is back in the
morning. we'll see you at 7:00. >> she doesn't like it but we love it when she performs. >> we love it. >> yes. we do. we know she doesn't like siri saying her last name wrong, either. [ laughter ] >> no. [ laughter ] >> all right. anthony, can't wait to see that. sigh at 7:00. -- see you at 7:00. let's go ahead and check in with kcbs financial reporter jason brooks for the interest rates later today. >> good morning. >> reporter: good morning. janet yellen will be take the stage in jackson hole, wyoming, in about 15 minutes. all eyes will be on what she has to say about the feds' plans for lifting interest rates once again. she won't detail that specifically. it's going to be the clues that she provides and her confidence in the economy. we have seen very strong hiring in june and july, the housing market has been strong, too. and many analysts on wall street are expecting at least one more rate hike this year possibly in september if we get a good enough jobs report in august. now, the economy will have to
be doing better in the second half than it is because in the first half this year, it was very weak. the commerce department revised growth in the 2nd quarter down to 1.1% which matches the game in the next quarter. corporate profits fell for the sixth time in six quarters. on the bright side of things consumer spending was at its strongest pace in six quarters. wall street off to a good start. usually we see caution ahead of a key speech but right now the dow is up by 80 points. nasdaq up 18 and the s&p is higher by 8 in the early going. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. california is one step closer to offering a new retirement savings plan. the measure would apply to nearly 7 million private sector workers who don't already get a retirement plan through their job. employees would contribute three% of their earnings into an ira which would be managed by the state board. the bill needs one more vote in the senate before it heads to
the governor's desk. >> all right. it is 6:46 on your friday morning. and rocky has been keeping an eye on our traffic. luckily it's running smoothly out there. >> i believe they call that "friday light" out here. let's check the nimitz. we have some backups. northbound 880 at 29th avenue, in our last report we had a crash on 16th avenue and that's still affecting the southbound direction, as well. this is a two-car crash in the left lane blocked here. so cars moving just at 16 miles per hour. 238 to 80 northbound, very backed up 30 minutes. westbound 4 at willow pass road a two-car crash. cars moving at about 17 miles per hour. this is in your pittsburg area. saratoga avenue in san jose a car on the shoulder not too many delays. last but not least the bay
bridge toll plaza. "friday light" looking good. the maze to downtown will only take you about 12 minutes. it looks beautiful. >> it's a beautiful day. it's always beautiful when it's friday. good morning, everybody. our live weather camera this time around features sfo when we have 1 hour:-minute delays on some arriving flights. layers of clouds and drizzle along the coast into the bay this morning. peninsula is experiencing some drizzle. temperatures into the 50s and 60s. it's now 60 degrees in oakland. good morning to john miller. he is our weather watcher in santa rosa. you could tell he is ready for friday. wahoo! the giants won a game. thanks, john, yes. they are only 2 back of the dreaded dodgers now. thanks for checking in. he says it's 57 degrees there in santa rosa with the overcast skies. air quality is going to be better today in santa rosa and throughout the entire north bay. in fact, everybody is the recipient of a really good vigorous west wind 10 to 20 clearing out the atmosphere.
but the santa clara valley you have more of a southwest wind 10 to 20. that lends you to more of a haze in the atmosphere due to the fire that is continue to burn out of control to the south of the bay area. so we are kick-starting your friday with some areas of drizzle. sunny and seasonal around the bay but unseasonably cool and mild inland due to that right there. this marine layer is deeper than it has been all week long. roughly about 2400 feet deep. it's expansive and extensive reaching inland at least a good 50, 60 miles past the tri- valley. so wife a couple different ridges of high pressure right there. we are under the influence of this upper level trough that breezed through last night encouraging that cooler air from the marine layer to work its way all the way inland. today 76 in the high sierra. cool all weekend long in the mid 70s. kick-starting in the low 30s. so plan accordingly for your hiking plans. 63 in the beach in monterey bay with poor air quality due to
the spoke -- due to the smoke and the haze. our numbers inland 84 in brentwood. here's your extended forecast: tuesday only high 70s inland areas. we are televising san francisco 49ers against green bay packers. you want kaep there as qb. we heard you. we have raider nation action tomorrow night. clear skies 65 degrees. have a great weekend. bit of a buzz kill for lake tahoe vacationers. yellow jackets are all over the area. a lot of people mistake these things for bees but experts say they are more yellow than bees and much more aggressive. there's no repellent that works on them. so the best thing to do is keep traps nearby. >> yellow jackets will travel a quarter mile or further for food and water. and so that makes a search area very large. >> and if you think you have
come across a nest, don't try to treat it yourself. stay away and call vector control to come and take a look. time now is 6:51. a decision just came in on a beach wear debate that's caused a huge uproar in france. >> san jose police officers sleeping in rvs and the mayor had no idea. his reaction when we told him. sharing photos of themselves with their furry friends... here are just a few... five things to know at the - were ,,,,
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he rescue operations continue -- rescue operations continue in central italy two days after a devastating earthquake. the effort has been complicated by hundreds of powerful aftershocks. hundreds of people died when the magnitude 6.2 quake hit. many more are missing or injured. france's supreme court will rule today on a controversial "burkini" ban in some parts of the country. it's a full body swimsuit worn by muslim women. opponents say it's a violation of religious freedom. the 2016 presidential candidates are trading jabs over racism. at an event in nevada yesterday, hillary clinton accused donald trump of ushering hate into the mainstream. the republican nominee has been courting minority voters and says clinton is a bigot. lawyers for the man accused of killing sierra lamar will ask judge to exclude evidence from trial today. there was a denial of a change of venue motion.
he is charged with kidnapped and murder of the morgan hill teen. a vote on a minimum wage hike will be taken on berkeley city council today. it would raise the minimum by $15 in 2018. the measure up for a vote is a compromise between two competing measures on the november ballot. kiet do first brought you this story in san jose. he discovered more than a dozen officers sleeping in rv's right outside the department and they say they are doing it because of mandatory overtime. they are working 17-hour shifts and many of them live far away because they simply can't afford to live in the bay area. so they say their only solution it to sleep in these campers. now, if you remember, back in 2012, voters passed measure b that cut salaries and benefits of these officers leading to a mass exodus of officers and that's why we're here today. now, the city is expected to vote on a state of emergency. that would put a few dozen detectives back out on the streets as one solution. >> we need to offer our
officers more money. there are many things i think we can do. declaring an emergency won't get police officers out of their mobile homes. it's going to exacerbate the problem. >> reporter: the mayor didn't know they were sleeping in campers until kiet do told him. another solution is passing measure f on the november ballot to increase salaries for new officers and attract recruits. if you are wondering if it's legal for these officers to sleep in these campers, it's on city property so it is legal. live at sjpd, maria medina, kpix 5. roqui theus in the kpix traffic center. time now 6:57. it is "friday light" all except the nimitz freeway. northbound 880 at 23rd avenue, a two-car crash there blocking that left lane. cars driving all the way down to 10 miles per hour. you can see that live right now look at that traffic in your
commute direction there. that commute will take you northbound about 30 minutes. take a look at the south bay. travel times looking good yellow and green here but tonight, 7:05 kickoff for the 49ers game against the packers, there will be traffic along 101 and the 237 so expect major delays there. but otherwise, it should be a fun evening, right, roberta? >> friday night is always fun! [ laughter ] >> good morning, everyone. this is our live weather camera looking out towards the bay bridge where we have layers and layers of clouds. some pretty heavy drizzle as well and a direct result, delays over one hour sfo. temperatures kind of in the 50s and 60s. later today, talking about numbers 60s beaches, 60s around the bay, 70s peninsula. yes! unseasonably mild inland. only 82 in throughout the tri- valley. only 75 in santa rosa. mid-70s in san jose. outside number is 84 degrees. that will be in brentwood. and you'll notice this benign weather pattern each and every
day coolest day on tuesday. day in the park one of my favorite, favorite annual charity events takes place this sunday. it's an event raising funds for terminally ill children and their family for camp arroyo temperatures in the mid-80s. hope to see you there. it's a good day. >> don't forget the 49ers host the packers tonight at levi's stadium. you can catch the game right here on kpix 5 starting at 7:00. and i have to correct myself earlier we said that -- i said that kaepernick won our poll. he did indeed not win! who won. >> blaine gabbert won the poll!! >> i was surprised. i don't know why you even had me reading sports stories. [ laughter ] >> it was hard to see in small print. >> it's early in the morning. >> it's going to be a fun game. i'll have an extra beer because of this. [ laughter ] >> all right. i'll have one with you. so before we go, though, we want to leave you some more pictures of our furry friends. thank you so much for sending in the pictures. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com
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