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and i'm kenny choi. good morning. thanks for starting your tuesday with us. it's october 18. i'm anne makovec in for michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. later today, the city of san francisco is expected to cut business ties with wells fargo bank because of the phony bank account scandal. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in san francisco to tell us what's happening today. jackie. >> reporter: kenny, this morning we'll hear from supervisors john avalos and jane kim as to why they think the city and county of san francisco should break business relationships with wells fargo. so to recap for you, wells fargo employees opened two million fake accounts and now as decided in a recent settlement have to pay $185 million in fines. long-time ceo john stumpf resigned last week leaving 34- year wells fargo veteran tim sloan in charge. it's a move our state treasurer supports. >> we wanted to make sure that wells fargo puts itself back on the right course. they are making these positive steps.
the fact that he decided to resign, i think, is welcome news. you couldn't leave things the way they are. you don't want a major financial institution being stuck in the mud. >> reporter: jose cisneros the elected treasurer of the city and council of san francisco will be speaking this morning to speak about why severing ties with wells fargo is called the socially responsible thing to do and share resources in place to help those affected by bank fraud. that press conference will happening later on this morning at 10:30 from city hall. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. the presidential candidates are playing defense ahead of tomorrow's final debate. donald trump's wife is dismissing sexual assault allegations against him while hillary clinton's campaign deals with more fallout from her email scandal. hena daniels has the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: tomorrow hillary
tonight. >> reporter: hillary clinton appeared at a star-studded broadway fundraiser via video last night. >> we're in the final stretch of this campaign. and we need your help. >> this shows corruption at the highest level. >> reporter: and trump released a video message of his own on twitter accusing the fbi and state department of colluding with clinton. fbi documents released monday from the agency's probe into her use of a private email server suggests clinton's undersecretary patrick kennedy tried to get the agency to, quote, see their way to marking an email pertaining to benghazi unclassified in exchange for more personnel in iraq. >> any really, um, assertion that this somehow "tit for tat" or quid pro quo exchange in that manner is insulting. >> reporter: the development came on the say day donald trump's wife spoke to cnn and
defended her husband's 2005's comments to billy bush about women. >> i was surprised because that is not the man that i know. he was lead on like egg on from the host to say dirty bad things. >> reporter: campaigning in green bay, the republican nominee doubled down on rigged election claims. >> people that have died ten years ago are still voting. illegal immigrants are voting. >> reporter: despite trump's claims, some people say that voter fraud is rare in the u.s. hena daniels, cbs news. >> we are less than 36 hours away from the third and final presidential debate. you can see it live wednesday night stating at 6:00 here on kpix 5. investigators are on the scene of a crash in marin county. chp officials say that three people died when their car went into a ditch and crashed into a
tree around midnight on sir francis drake boulevard near the entrance of samuel p. taylor state park. >> roqui has been keeping us posted on how this is affecting our morning commute? >> thank you. though crash was blocking sir francis drake boulevard for two hours. it's now clear at 5:45. you don't have to worry that heading to the coast. but otherwise, if you want to avoid this area, just because you could take highway 1, as well. the sir francis drake boulevard there was a triple fatality near the taylor park entrance. it's reopened and you can move freely through the area. now to a new crash here southbound 880 after mission boulevard in fremont a multi- car crash. it's an eight-car crash. a lot of chaos on the road there. traffic moving at 20 miles per
hour southbound 880 to fremont. hot spot this morning, the altamont pass per usual north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass westbound will take you a long 40 minutes into north flynn road where it starts to free up a bit to livermore and then to the dublin interchange. looking at the bay bridge toll plaza a lot of cars trying to get into downtown san francisco right now. those metering lights are indeed on. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 24. and then expect about a 15- to 20-minute drive into downtown. roberta, i'm send it to you for the weather. >> roqui, did i see a spied there are? >> yes, that's icky. >> the longest living spider on the face of the earth. [ laughter ] >> let's check this. right now, very difficult to see because sunrise is officially at 7:22. can you see it? we have low clouds in the santa clara valley. no reports of local airport
delays as of right now. we'll keep you posted because of clouds rolling into the bay. temperatures 45 in santa rosa. one of the coolest temperatures we have experienced so far this autumn. good sleeping weather. temperatures pretty solid into the 50s. satellite and radar you see the clouds gathering at the immediate seashore around the san mateo coast and those clouds i was just now alluding to in the santa clara valley, right there you can see that patch over the valley. that will wipe way and we'll see ample sunshine today and temperatures up a couple of degrees from yesterday. with the sunshine, count on 60s, a string of 60s through moss and montara beaches. 68 san mateo to 69 sunnyvale. low 70s in atherton and woodside area. 70 morgan hill. 73 gilroy. eastern portion of our bay area, towards brentwood, tracy, discovery bay, mountain house,
all in the low 70s, a gentle breeze late day west 5 to 15. high 60s, low 70s in the tri- valley. now north bay numbers stacking up from 65, a bit windy late day stinson beach. otherwise low 70s common in napa, sonoma, glen ellen, occidental, healdsburg, as well. 70 cloverdale. we will have 90s back here in the bay area. i'll pinpoint days to expect it, that's coming up in about 48 after the hour. gang? jury selection has finally begun in the high-profile murder trial of antolin garcia- torres. he is accused of kidnapping and killing sierra lamar who was 15 when she was last seen in the morgan hill area more than 4 years ago. she has never been found. the prosecutors have charged garcia-torres based in part on evidence found in his car. this is a death penalty case. potential jurors were told that the trial could last 6 months. a bay area man is facing charges for trying to set off a bomb outside of a police
station in colorado. court documents say david ansberry tried to set up a homemade device with his cell phone several times but it never went off. this happened in a town called needer land two weeks ago. they say the 64-year-old was staying at a hotel near the police station for about two weeks. employees who worked there were shocked. >> jaws on the floor. i think all of us together exclaimed, you know, of all the people, i would not have suspected this one. >> investigators arrested him this weekend when he tried to get off a plane in chicago. they are trying to determine the motive. a former novato police officer will not serve jail time for exchanged lewd messages with an 8-year-old. 36-year-old michael ramirez of rohnert park was sentenced to three years of probation yesterday. he also has to spend 90 days on house arrest or perform 300 days of community service. prosecutors say that ramirez was sending lewd messages back
and forth with an 8-year-old girl in texas whom he met online. >> wow. as californians prepare to vote on prop 64, which would legalize recreational marijuana, the city of san jose is looking to update its laws on sales of medical pot. kpix 5's sandra osborne has more now from city hall. reporter: good morning. that's one of the more controversial measures of this proposal that they are talking about today. whether or not to allow home delivery service of medical marijuana within the city of san jose. now some people especially those with certain illnesses say this could be a game changer. we have seen a few people reach out to city hall saying that because of certain illnesses, they are unable to get out and about to the dispensaries as they need for some of their medical marijuana. now, of course, with this proposal which will be discussed during today's city council meeting, there are lots of proposed stipulations, as well. now, first of all, only the 16 permitted collectives could deliver cannabis. deliveries would be likely limited to only certain hours of the day. drivers would need background checks from the san jose police department along with some
other possible rules about gps tracking, maybe even cameras in those delivery vehicles. now, the proposal would also change some of the current cultivation laws allowing two collectives to maybe use the same cultivation site or even have more than one cultivation site available to them. it's something again that's going to be discussed today, potentially very controversial meeting is scheduled at city hall at 1:30 this afternoon. reporting live in san jose, sandra osborne, kpix 5. cr rain "quiet zone." the city council voted last night.. as the lead agency city leaders in san rafael are moving forward to try to create a train quiet zone. city council voted last night to act as the lead agency to pursue the zone. a quiet zone is a stretch of tracks where trains are not allowed to blow horns. it would stretch from downtown san rafael to novato. still need approval from the city and smart train board. a san francisco supervisor will introduce a bill today that would require property
owners to give building access to allstate licensed internet providers. supervisor mark farrell says that tens of thousands of people in the city have been denied access to different service providers. that's because some property owners have deals with providers, meaning they make money when tenants sign up with those companies. farrell says competition between providers will result in faster and cheaper service. 6:11. vice president joe biden says he is optimistic that the technology to prevent cancer is almost here! how nasa is providing support. >> and students may soon get to sleep in a little later in one bay area county. >> it is some great sleeping weather right now. we have dipped all the way down to 45 degrees in santa rosa. coolest start to your day, it's going to pan out to be a warmer day. >> and here's a live look at the golden gate bridge. a nice commute into san francisco. but we do have a new crash in novato. we'll tell you exactly where it is when we come back. clos ed captioning for this newscast is sponsored by "living spaces furniture." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
ive aimed at the technology to prevent cancer may not be too far off. the cancer moon shot task force is an initiative aimed at improving treatment and accelerating research into the disease. vice president joe biden says that more and more organizations are getting involved. >> we found out that there are other areas that were incredibly important. for example, nasa is now involved. why? because radiation when it's used to kill what's left over from whatever the tumor is excised it does enormous damage, more damage than the cancer. so there's new technology. nobody mass better technology than nasa in how to deal with radiation, because that's what all our astronauts are
constantly bomb barredded with. vice president joe biden says that the collaborative effort will allow scientists to accomplish in five years what would have taken ten. some surprising findings on the quality of life among university of california employees. an occidental college survey found 45% of the nearly 3,000 employees went hungry at times more than 70% of female workers suffering food insecurity. and 80% said they had to choose between food and paying rent. that study tracked uc workers in clerical, administrative and support services, some of whom have college degrees and make more than 20 bucks an hour. some students in marin county may soon be able to sleep in. the novato unified school district is looking into whether lack of sleep is causing student performance to slip. they are considering proposals to start middle and high schools at 8:30 or 9 a.m. >> a lot of these students say their alarms are going off at 4:30, 5 a.m. and we expect them to stay
energized and focused and full of enthusiasm. >> the downside a later start would also mean a later end to the schoolday. that could affect sports programs and other after-school activities and after school jobs. the nation's largest seniors group is making a generation field old. >> it's true. [ laughter ] >> it's because of an aarp cover featuring luke perry. check it out. you may remember him as bad boy dylan mckay from the hit tv show beverly hills 90210. perry celebrated the big 50 last week. if you are one of the fans freaking out over the cover, it may help to know that perry was only 24 when and playing a teenager when 90210 premiered in1990. but aarp?! this guy?! [ laughter ] >> 50 years old, right? i remember i was in middle school and i would see all these girls writing, jason or luke. and i had no idea what they are
talking about. finally got into -- [ overlapping speakers ] >> he never looked so good before. >> i don't think any of you know that on this set this morning but that's okay. i have heard about aarp. that's all. >> well, hey, my friend's mom just turned 60 and she looks amazing. >> i believe it. >> i'm just saying. i just hope to get there. speaking of getting there, let's talk about traffic. we did have some trouble earlier. >> we did. that's now been recovered. let's move over to novato. southbound 101 after alameda del prado it's a motorcycle versus a van with a deer. cars are crawling through the area at 15 miles an hour. over to the golden gate bridge, here's a live look at that. looking good in both directions. 580 in san rafael to the golden gate bridge will take 14, 15 minutes. now, a different story here.
the bay bridge toll plaza, those metering lights have been on since 5:36 this morning. the maze to downtown westbound will take you 22 minutes and then expect about a 20- to 30- minute drive through the eastshore freeway to the maze, as well. now, on to our hot spot of the morning. the altamont pass causing some trouble of course coming off 205 at just 8 miles per hour so extremely slow conditions in that area from north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass. it will take a long 47 minutes. but it frees up through livermore on to the dublin interchange. now over to the sir francis drake boulevard, at samuel p. taylor park entrance, a fatal crash happened around midnight. and it did kill three people that were in the car as you can see the damage is there. the road is now clear and open. perched precariously atop the transamerica pyramid
looking at the bright lights. oakland estuary, good morning, everybody! this is our live weather camera. we see at this particular time clear skies from this particular view but we are noticing some clouds drifting into the bay. coastal low clouds. so we'll call it partly cloudy at the immediate seashore but notice santa rosa with the clear skies, all the way down to 45 degrees. it's now 48 in redwood city. one of the coolest temperatures there so far this autumn and oakland at 54. mid-50s, san francisco. 50 in livermore. clouds gathering at the immediate seashore. these clouds have tried to filter into the bay. we see a patch of some stratus next to the san jose area backing through los gatos, saratoga into the alum rock area. clouds wipe away. we'll have ample sunshine and a couple of degrees warmer today in comparison to 24 hours ago. you're going to notice a big jump in the temperatures. you will feel the difference on wednesday. and then by the end of the workweek, we are back to 90 degrees away from the bay. futurecast, lunch hour, go
ahead and pack a lunch and eat outdoors. make sure you have a sweater or maybe even a light jacket. temperatures today still slightly below average. here's your wednesday. and what do you think? that is what an offshore flow looks like. the coast is clear. lots of clear skies through the bay into our inland areas. same on thursday. satellite-radar, storm to the north of us, storm track to the south. smack in between, we have a dry weather pattern setting up today through the weekend. so unseasonably cool temperatures will continue today although warmer than yesterday. we'll see seasonal highs return tomorrow. mid-60s in monterey bay. we have clouds around the eureka area. sun-up at 7: 22. 11 hours of daylight hour.
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this is brent burns after getting hit with a high stick but the black eye didn't bother his vision last night in new york. burns scores the first of his two goals and cutting the rangers lead to 3-2. but the rest of the game was a nightmare on madison avenue. jimmy vessey scores. his first nhl goal, second new york goal in 20 seconds. rangers win. sharks up for the first loss of the year. they ain't going any 2-0 folks. indians trevor bauer started game three of the alcs last night in toronto despite cutting his finger last week fixing his drone. true story! the cut opened up during the game and bauer left in the 1st inning. bottom of the sixth of former channel 5 internal joe biagini gives up a single to jose ramirez scoring mike napoli making it 4-2. but biagini still a 0 e.r.a. in the post-season. cleveland won, they lead the series 3-0 games. cardinal patrick peterson warmed up in a dinosaur costume after losing a contest with teammates. arizona's johnson scores the
october 18. i'm anne makovec in for michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. there could be more trouble for san francisco-based wells fargo. its home city is expected to cut business ties with the bank because of the fake account scandal. jackie ward is live in san francisco with the details. jackie. reporter: the city has already ended some business contracts it had with wells fargo. but supervisors john avalos and jane kim want to take it a step further. so later this morning they will describe what they are calling a resolution to cut business ties with the bank, this after it was revealed that wells fargo employees had created two million fake accounts. supervisor campos explained his disgust on the bank's behavior. >> allow something like this can happen in the united states after everything we have seen with banking institutions tells that you our federal government is not doing enough. >> reporter: the hits will keep coming for wells fargo. california its home state is also the country's largest issuer of municipal bonds but last month the golden state banned wells fargo from
underwriting state debt and administering the state's banking transactions for a year. we'll learn more about it at a press conference at 10:30 a.m. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. it's looking like winters in parts of the high country. isn't it beautiful? an early snowstorm hit the sierra nevada. snow started falling in the mountains on sunday and continued all the way through yesterday afternoon. as you can see, kids are out enjoying it building snowmen and sledding. but roberta says it is going to be warming up in the sierra today. that's the great thing about this past week. we have had so many variety and here. >> we had rain, the winter feeling. now it's warming up. >> i wish we could take a look again from the yosemite conservatory. they sent us some video yesterday of the waterfalls. flowing freely! that's really unusual for this time of the year. it's usually all dried up but because of the recent
california rains, boy, it caused havoc on the roads but not so much for nature around the state. just glorious. then the snowfall in the high sierra up to 6" at north star yesterday. it should melted today with temperatures in the 50s. right now looking out towards the bay bridge looking east, temperatures coolinger than yesterday. santa rosa the coolest temperature i have seen for your area this autumn at 44. redwood city, you are at 48. it's 50 in the tri-valley. mid-50s oakland through san jose into san francisco. all right. here's the deal with clouds at the seashore, they will wipe away today. we see the stratus next to san jose, as well. no reports of any local airport delays due to the low clouds. temperature up a couple of
degrees compared to monday. 60s along the seashore all the way back through moss and montara beaches. 60s, 70s at the peninsula. santa cruz in the low 70s. 70 in campbell, morgan hill, san jose as well, warmer at mineta international airport and levi's stadium. 60s at the rim of the bay and further inland, into the low 70s. it will be 72 degrees in pittsburg towards antioch. 60s, 70s common in the north bay. warmer weather 90s. we'll talk about the days you can expect that. right now let's send it over to roqui. >> thank you. 6:34. pockets of slowing southbound 880 after mission boulevard. a three-car crash is now an eight-car crash. as you can see, causing some delays all the way into stevenson boulevard there and
then it's slow into oakland. traffic moving at 16 miles per hour blocking the right lane so we'll keep you posted as to when crews can move all that out of the roadway and traffic recovers in the area. in novato, southbound 101 after alameda del prado a motorcycle versus van versus deer causing trouble here. traffic backed up past 37 and it's inching its way through the area at just 15 miles per hour. but if you are headed to the golden gate bridge, here's a better story. looking good in both directions. authority are trying to figure out if an attack on two vallejo police officers is connected to the shooting of a toddler. police say that 41-year-old adam powell was covered in body armor when he targeted two officers at starbucks yesterday. he ran off when his rifle apparently jammed. officers chased after him and shot him. and now the suspect's family says his 2-year-old son was shot about 5 hours earlier at
his home in suisun city. the family says it was an accident. police are investigating. a man is in jail accused of a deadly hit-and-run in san leandro. it happened yesterday at the true world foods distribution center. authorities say one of the employees approached a man when he was stealing wood pallets from the parking lot. they got into a fight and then police say that man used his pickup truck to run over and kill the employee. police arrested that man after a chase in oakland. a search set to resume shortly for a small plane believed to be missing in the rugged mountains southwest of lake tahoe. that search is focused on an area of el dorado county. the sheriff's department believes pilot tyrell kramer is the only person on board the plane which was headed from idaho to the sacramento area. >> excellent survivalist, he's lived in idaho and cold climates for long, long time. he is a great pilot, over 25, 30 years backcountry experience. so if anybody can make it, it
will be him. >> that plane is a cessna. it was reported missing saturday night in rough weather. it made the search efforts very difficult over the weekend. this afternoon, city council members will consider a plan to allow deliveries of medical marijuana in san jose. kpix 5's sandra osborne joins us live from city hall with details. reporter: good morning. it's sure to be a very controversial meeting today but for people with certain illnesses, they say having a home delivery service for medical marijuana could be a game changer for their lives. we're talking about especially people who are home-bound who say they have a very difficult time getting out to a dispensary multiple times a week for their medical marijuana. this is just one of the proposed changes for the city of san jose to be discussed today. but city workers say this is the biggest proposed change. still, home deliveries, of course works face heavy regulation. as of right now, only the 16 permitted collectives could deliver cannabis. deliveries would likely be limited to certain hours of the
day, drivers would need a background check from the san jose police department, along with other possible rules they will be discussing about whether or not they need gps tracking or even cameras in some of the delivery vehicles. now, the city council will also be talking about the current cultivation laws and whether or not the collectives should look at maybe having additional cultivation sites or even sharing some of the cultivation sites. that will be discussed at today's meeting at 1:30 this afternoon. live in san jose, sandra osborne, kpix 5. oakland's mayor says it's not a done deal that the raiders will leave town. yesterday nevada's governor signed a bill to help fund construction of a football stadium for the team in las vegas authorizing a 1% hike in the hotel tax in vegas to fund a public contribution of $750 million to the stadium. but the total cost could be $2
billion. casino mogul sheldon adelson and the raiders would also contribute. >> we know this is the beginning of a long approval process but thanks to our legislature, now everyone knows what we all know, that las vegas is the perfect place for an nfl team called, the las vegas raiders. [ applause and cheers ] >> oakland mayor libby schaaf had this to say: i will continue to work to provide the raiders and other nfl owners a viable responsible stadium option to consider in oakland regardless of the nevada lawmakers' decision. >> now, any team that wants to move has to get approval from 24 out of the 32 nfl owners. and according to mike florio of pro football talk, that won't happen for at least another six to nine months. politics now. hillary clinton has a lead in the polls with three weeks to election day. the latest cbs news poll shows clinton ahead of donald trump by nine points nationwide in a
four-way raise. one of silicon valley's most powerful tech places made a big contribution to donald trump's campaign. billionaire investor peter thiel recently donated $1.25 million to trump. now some in the tech industry are calling for startup accelerator y combinator to cut ties with thiel a part-time partner. but the company says they are not going to fire someone for supporting a major party nominee. time is 6:40. a high school football team using colin kaepernick's protest as inspiration to create "change" in their community we'll have their story straight ahead. >> and despite the objections of some community members a naked female statute being unveiled tonight outside a bart station. ,,
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good morning. time check for you now happens to be 6:43. taking you on a free ride across bay area. we'll have sunshine at the beaches. in the low 60s from pacifica all the way back to montara. good morning, san mateo. you will top off at 68 degrees. 60s, 70s common around the peninsula and swinging into the santa clara valley. milpitas in the high 60s. east bay numbers a little bit warmer than yesterday. but still unseasonably cool. walnut creek, concord, clayton, all in the low 70s. north bay numbers in the 60s to low 70s. hello, sonoma, at 71. and with a northwest breezy wind 10 to 20 miles per hour. windsor 73 today. a seattle high school football team is using colin kaepernick's protest against the united states, they are "taking a knee" during the anthem this season. the players have met with the seattle police department to talk about race. and they published a list of
concerns online including academic inequality in their own school district. >> if you go up north, you will have like a engineering program, but when you come down here, we really don't have that. >> by the way, the team is undefeated this year at 7-0. the new report brings great news to los gatos-based netflix. >> let's check in with kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> good morning. netflix is being cheered on wall street crushing expectations in its 3rd quarter earnings revenue up more than 30%. and it had big gains in new subscribers. 370,000 new subscribers in the u.s. over 3 million globally. that's key for netflix as it saw very weak subscriber growth in the first half of this year. as a result the company is getting cheered big time by investors and its shares are surging higher by 19% in the early going. inflation showing a little bit
more life. the labor department says that consumer prices in september rose by .3% due to higher energy prices. that lifted the overall cost of inflation higher. still, inflation short of the fed's 2% target and that's something that the fed is considering when it comes to its next rate move. stock market off to a very good start this morning. >> anne and kenny, back to you. >> thank you, jason brooks from kcbs radio. hyundai is recalling more than 84,000 cars in the u.s. there's a problem causing some airbags to malfunction. that recall includes genesis coupes from 2010 through 2016. no injuries have been reported because of that problem. time now is 6:46. let's check traffic with roqui. >> thank you, kenny. yeah, we have a traffic alert
now in hayward. let's move to the san mateo bridge just before the toll plaza if we can pull up this map. westbound 92 before the toll plaza about a mile. it's a four-car crash blocking the two left lanes. crews are out there trying to clear the situation. but because it is a traffic alert, that means it will take 30 minutes or more to completely clear and it of course is causing some backups. traffic moving its way towards the san mateo bridge at just 17 miles per hour. and currently, um, we are seeing some delays on the san mateo bridge, as well. 880 to 101 westbound will take you all the way up to 40 minutes to get across the span of the san mateo bridge. southbound 880 in fremont, after mission boulevard this multi-car crash involving eight vehicles is still causing some trouble here, as well. cars moving at just 17 miles per hour. and traffic is backed up to stevenson boulevard and then it's slow into oakland. that right lane is still currently blocked. another area of trouble
southbound 101 in novato. this motorcycle versus van and deer is backing up traffic and it's backed up to atherton avenue. heading to the golden gate bridge, it's looking good into san francisco. >> good morning, everybody. it is this. it is our live weather camera. we are looking from the transamerica pyramid. we are looking east. low clouds are gathering around the lip of the bay. low cloudiness not obscuring visibility. so far no reports of any airport delays. and boy, where we have the clear skies, the temperature has now dropped, plummeted, to 43 in santa rosa. that indeed is the coolest temperature so far this a tomorrow season. it is 48 degrees in redwood city. livermore great sleeping weather there this morning at 50. mid-50s in oakland and in san jose. let me get out of the way. becky duke our weather watcher in san carlos reports 48
degrees there this morning and she just says, brrrr. that sums it up. satellite-radar, there you have the swath of the clouds gathering next to the coast this morning. we also have this patch of cloudiness in throughout the santa clara valley trying to lift into the tri-valley. all this is going to wipe away with a breezy wind out of the northwest 10 to 20. that's an offshore component reflecting the sunny skies and the drier air mass. temperatures going to jump as a result on wednesday. and by the end of the workweek, we are back into the 90s. albeit low 90s. still 90s out towards the delta. here's our futurecast. lunchtime today, skies are relatively clear. we do have nothing but this, this is our wednesday morning at this time and what do you see? what do you see? absolutely nothing. that's what an offshore flow looks like. high pressure will be nestling in from the west. as it does so it diverts the storm track to the north.
secondary to the south. temperature goes up, humidity goes down, fire danger increases. unusually cool today. but by tomorrow, the temperatures warm. 70s at the state capital. 53 in the high sierra. sun-up at 7:22. by then -- [ coughing ] -- temperatures in the 70s by lunch hour, outside number 71 degrees towards mineta international airport. 67 rose garden district. [ scratchy voice ] >> 70s inland. winds to 20. so a bit breezy and then there you have it. the warmest day this week will come with that 90-degree mark on friday. make it a great day. somebody get that girl a glass of water. [ laughter ] >> okay, guys? today a 55-foot metal sculpture of a naked woman will be unveiled at the san leandro bart station. even before its debut, the work of art has received criticism as being obscene. it is intended to celebrate the female form. the sculpture was created five
years ago for the "burning man" festival. time now 6:50. drastic action at uc-berkeley after more students come forward to say that they were sexually assaulted. >> reporter: a couple of supervisors in san francisco have had enough with wells fargo and they have a plan to cut business ties with the hometown bank. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
nearly three weeks after police shot and killed "alfred olango." "."police get back get bac this on there is some big protest erupting overnight near san diego nearly three weeks after police shot and killed alfred olango. [ yelling ] >> demonstrators say that they clashed with el cajon police when officers tried to take down a memorial for him. a nearby restaurant asked officers to take it down because it was disrupting business.
police arrested three people. olango was shot and killed by officers last month after he pointed a vap at the officers. ive things to know at the :55. iraqi and kurdish forces made gains on the first day of a major offensive against isis in the city of mosul. the largest remaining isis stronghold in iraq. the u.s. is providing air and ground troops for the operation. it is expected to take months to complete. the presidential contenders are gearing up for their third and final debate. donald trump campaigning in colorado today while hillary clinton is not campaigning. she is in las vegas. she is ahead of trump by 9 points heading into the debate. see it tomorrow at 6:00 right here on kpix 5. uc-berkeley suspending social events at fraternities and sororities in the wake of two more reported sexual assaults. two cal students say they were attacked in separate incidents at off campus frat parties over the weekend. jury selection continues
today in the trial of antolin garcia-torres. the man is accused of killing sierra lamar. garcia-torres is charged with abducting and murdering her in 2012. the trial is expected to take six months. three people are dead after a car wrapped around a tree in marin county overnight. that crash reported just after midnight on sir francis drake boulevard near the entrance of samuel taylor state park. the cause is end investigation. i'm jackie ward in san francisco. laterth morning we'll hear from both supervisors john avalos and jane kim as to why they think the city and county of san francisco should break the business relationship it currently has with wells fargo. so to recap for you, wells fargo employees opened two million fake accounts and now as decided in a recent settlement have to pay $185 million in fines. long-time ceo john stumpf resigned last week leaving 34- year wells fargo veteran tim sloan in charge. it's a move our state treasurer supports. >> we wanted to make sure that wells fargo puts itself back on the right course. they are making these positive steps.
the fact that he decided to resign, i think, is welcome news. you couldn't leave things the way they are. you don't want a major financial institution being stuck in the mud. >> reporter: jose cisneros the elected treasurer of the city and council of san francisco will be speaking this morning to speak about why severing ties with wells fargo is called the socially responsible thing to do and share resources in place to help those affected by bank fraud. that press conference will happening later on this morning at 10:30 from city hall. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. . time now 6:57. we have a lot to update you on here in the traffic center starting with the chp issued traffic alert in hayward. we have westbound 92 before the toll plaza, this four-car crash is blocking the two left lanes and because it is a traffic alert, that means it will take 30 minutes or more to get it
completely cleared. so crews are trying to clear it for you now but as you can see, traffic is backing up on 880 as well at just 10 miles per hour headed to the san mateo bridge. from 880 to 101, across the span, it will take up to 42 minutes. also, very slow here southbound 880 after mission in fremont due to a multi-car crash. roberta, to you. >> take a look at the rim of the bay right there. you see all those low clouds, they are sweeping in from the west. we will have those clouds wipe away and we'll have the abundance of sunshine. right now, santa rosa is at 44. it's 48 in redwood city. yes, you need a light jacket out the door this morning. satellite-radar picks up those clouds off the coast and into the bay but again, those will wipe away and we'll have ample sunshine in the 60s and low 70s, warmer today in comparison to yesterday. but not as warm as it's going to be tomorrow. look at that jump in our temperatures. northwest winds set up late day today offshore 10 to 20. notice the temperatures
climbing to 90 extremely dry by friday. scientists have suspected for years that a glow existed on mars. now they have pictures to show it. these photos taken from the maven spacecraft giving us the first look at that night glow. it comes from chemical reaction that settle close to the surface at night releasing extra energy that comes out as ultraviolet light. >> mars appears to me all the conditions required for life or to have met them at the surface in the past. >> scientists say maven's out of this world pictures brings us one step closer to knowing whether we can live on mars. basically, mars is nothing but a great big night light. >> it's gorgeous. >> the same components of a glow worm. >> love that. captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org
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