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roxanne has details on the investigation and the chaos after the crash. >>reporter: at this vigil on the quarter with a tour bus was heading delius sanchez says she survived the crash with a bruised forehead and busted lip. she says when i woke up we were all stuck in the mass of metal. 53 old grandmother of five was one of 13 people killed. her brother says he was told she died instantly. >> i told her to be careful in the last time i talked to her was on wednesday. she was a happy person. >>reporter: the bus crashed near palm springs on the payback -- way back from la in a plowed into the back of a semitruck on the interstate rate >> the speed of the bus was a significant when it hit the back of the trailer the trailer itself entered about 15 feet into the box. spent most of the
victims were unrestrained and therefore were flown through the air and ended up sustaining facial trauma. >> the past past three we can expansion -- x inspections. and maintenance crew slowed traffic on interstate before the crash and the buses operated by you as a holiday, and la-based were company. a construction project starts in san francisco today and crews are building transit lanes. we're live in san francisco. >>reporter: van ness will look drastically different over the next few years. traffic has been picking up over the last few hours and it will do so more so because this is a heavily traveled corridor. the first that will have this bus rapid system. left look at the artist
renderings, these changes go into effect from market to lombard on van ness and buses will drive down the middle lane . bus stops in the center median . they will be replacing street life and adding pedestrian lights on the sidewalk and removing and replacing water and sewer pipes and a bunch of trees will be replaced and major traffic impacts. they will be eliminating left turns. the traffic will filter onto franklin and box streets which the tax shuttle buses have done public issues during the morning commute. back at your life you can see the first changes that we will notice for the two lanes from van ness to broadway one of them left turn optional and they are both going to turn into left turn only lanes.
a bathtub is going to be moved to one block north. he will see the changes start moving from the north to the south along the quarter and the whole project will be finished by 2019. six 6:03 am let's get a check on the roads. >> let's start with cupertino we reported the tree blocking the two right lanes that it is officially cleared. thank you to caltrans to has been working all morning trying to get it out of the way. some slowdowns near the scene southbound 280 before will road and cards are moving at 15 and cards are moving at 15 miles per hour but once you get through it is clear. will high wind advisory issued by chp on the bay bridge. look at the toll plaza the traffic is backed up to 6:03 am and amazed to downtown will take you 20 minutes.
over to a new crash in san francisco southbound 101 after the 80 split a solo car crash after the turn of the 80 freeway panel causing delays. that is a look at the traffic over to roberta. your time check 6:04 am, we have built our life radar at the top of the mountain and we did this so we can get a great perspective view of incoming systems and this is what we are picking up, little bit of light precipitation around sacramento , but with that in mind look at this, and air low pressure that is pressed up against the northwestern college -- quadrant of the state and it is a slow mover, it is a secondary system lifting from southern california and producing thunderstorm activity. i would like to draw your attention to the way from the
storms but over to this over the pacific ocean the screen is a slow mover and it is going to move into the north bay before lunch. we are not going to see any rate across the metropolitan area until the evening commute. this is our life weather camera looking to the east of the estuary of oakland under mostly cloudy skies and temperatures are mild almost balmy as he stepped out and start the work week. winds are another side, 19 viral per hour in san francisco winds have flattened after gusting to 31 for 13 mile-per- hour throughout the tri-valley and seven in napa as opposed to 80 miles per hour. we will see the rain developed today. san jose you may not see rain as the system falls apart as it goes up against the bay
area and temperatures 61 to 72 lingering showers tuesday morning at this time and we try at tuesday night into wednesday and we set the stage for a bigger soaker and more powerful one on thursday through friday which has is of rain saturday and sunday. we'll keep an eye on it. the coast guard says phillips 66 refinery is partially responsible for the oil she and pablo bay at the refinery is saying not so fast a probe by the coast guard was unable to determine if it came from the refinery terminal or an oil tanker print the agency said that would be responsible for the cost of responding to the spill. 56 is rejecting the finding saying that tests show no problems. prominent leader of the 1960s civil rights and antiwar movement has passed away tom hayden died last night.
we our life in the newsroom with a look back at his life. >>reporter: his wife barbara williams says he died at ucla medical center in santa monica and complications from a stroke he suffered a year and half ago. he will be remembered as a journalist turned activist will become a politician. in 1960 he interviewed dr. martin luther king jr. during a protest in the democratic national convention in la. he said that change the course of his life. in 1982 he was elected to the california state assembly and later served in the state senate. >> i feel that i have tried to live a life of consistency and i've always believed a more decentralized system was more participants -- with more participation in decisions that affect your life is the way to go. >>reporter: he was arrested and charged as one of the chicago eight in 1968 when he went before a jury the group is not
at the chicago seven per the eighth defendant black panther cofounder bobby steele was sentenced separately. the black pepper was founded in oakland 50 years ago. hayden was 76 years old. 15 days until the general election in the presidential candidates are focused on trump's claims of a rigged contest to the republican nominee is questioning the accuracy of the polls showing hillary clinton with a lead among women. >> i really think those polls are very inaccurate when it comes to women. i think we are doing better with women than men . >> some people are sore losers and we just have to keep going. >> recent polls show a number of pivotal state slipping away from trump yesterday obama was in the battleground state of nevada urging voters to punish the republican party for what he called the enabling of donald trump's behavior. >> you finally get him on tape
bragging about actions that qualify sexual assault in the poll numbers go down assembly that is a dealbreaker. what took you so long? >> trump continues campaigning in florida today as early voting gets underway and clinton will be in new hampshire for a rally with massachusetts senator. elizabeth warden. >> donald trump and clinton are expressing concerns about the proposed merger with at&t and time warner. regulators would have to sign off on the $85 billion deal announced saturday. at&t centers its business on wireless and internet service for the merger would allow the company to expand into programming and gain access to time warner channels like cnn, tnt and hbo. 6:09 am, frat parties are at uc berkeley after sexual assaults prompted a temporary ban. the new guidelines aimed at keeping students safe. an arrest made in hit-and- run crash that left a horse seriously injured in the east
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later today.. suspende on smith will be your time check 6:13 am we take you to san mateo with the winds on the blustery side looking a little light now on the south 10 to 20 miles per hour. that will be the case today with the with rain developing it is traffic and weather together in four minutes. later today suspended
oakland raider aldon smith will be arraigned on a probation violation. the light maker is facing dui in hit-and-run charges from incident last year that he was on probation for a previous dui and weapons charges. after the crash the 49ers released him and he later signed with the raiders the last november the nfl suspended him for violating the league's substance abuse policy. a horse named chet is getting another chance at life as he recovers from hit and run your concord. she had suffered a broken jaw after a driver slammed into the horse trailer that he was riding in on october 4. police arrested 32-year-old casey naranjo over the weekend connection with the crash. chances owner says he has a long road to recovery but he will get to retire from his workhorse life and enjoy his days taking it easy. uc berkeley frat parties are back on but with new rules. the calgary , system recently
submitted parties after there were two reports of sexual assault earlier this month. over the weekend fraternity and sorority leaders met and agreed to lift the ban and came up with a set of guidelines to help them keep parties from getting out of hand and include limiting who attends parties and educating people about the meaning of concerns. other things we are working on it to make parties were controlled so that they are not open and members who are not educated on consent or who are not as educated on alcohol and sexual assault prevention and entering our parties and causing issues print they also plan to encourage partygoers to watch out for each other and if they see something to speak out. the city council housing and economic development committee is meeting about the housing crisis. community that the committee members are trying to pass the moratorium on rent increases. the committee has been studying the issue for six months for
this is the last time they will meet before making recommendations to the folk out there. the nba season is almost over here -- here and the warriors will face the -- have the mvp players. curtis picking oakland native damien miller to win the mvp. in the spirit of election season kirk compared to rats to a third-party political damage -- candidate. on winners have him as second favorite behind westbrook at the warriors regular season kicks off tomorrow at oracle arena. sunbaked fans. >> kevin durant was at the kanye west concert last night. my friend got him on camera in the mosh pit. >> he will need to rest up. >> exactly what it will be so loud tomorrow night.
back they are doing some cool things on wednesday. opening up a brand-new dog park and the revitalizing the whole neighborhood. it's not just the dog park. that will be some exciting things after the game tomorrow night to see the volunteer in the city. >> that's neat. that's why everyone loves them. let's take a look at the altamont pass because it's not looking good. coming from tracy onto the path that will take you 42 minutes from n. tracy blvd. to the past and you will be driving at 70 miles per hour test of our. it gets better to livermore onto the dublin interchange where you will see some slow traffic again. moving over to the golden gate bridge of having to marin into san francisco that will take you 14 minutes it looking good on both
directions. on the other side of the bay bridge we look at lots of traffic headed into the maze. the nathan downtown separatist that will take you 25 minutes also there is a high wind advisory issued by chp across the ban does the bridge to keep both hands on the wheel and drive safely and carefully and watch other cars around you. over to the san mateo bridge it slow down a bit 882 101 will take you 20 minutes and we have a high wind advisory keep both hands on the wheel and be aware. the winds are the second part of the story with a radar has been tracking precipitation. it is a very light system that is moving this way. this will fall apart at the seams it looks really impressive and it is to the north of us but all the activity is trying to lift to the north as the front sacks of the south. as it does so we are thinking
at this time san jose may not see anything except a few raindrops hit this is the secondary system bringing hundreds of activity into the high sierra and we're smack in the middle of both systems him and we are forecasting rain to develop it before the lunch hour into the bay. mostly cloudy skies east into the bright lights of oakland. the visibility is not hampered and are temperatures still muggy and into the 50s and low 60s. the wind isn't blowing out of the south and southeast and south southeast. 11 in oakland through and rebuilt and berkeley and richmond. let's take 19 in san francisco. we're not seen any reports of airport delays 13 and the tri- valley 20 in novato. occasionally a stronger gusts. satellite radar here comes the first system and a series of two double impact the bay area. it is a beautiful system and is curled up off the pacific northwest coast.
we are going to get sideswiped by the tail and as opposed into the bay. wind and some rain today by tomorrow morning this time some lingering light rain showers and tomorrow evening through wednesday is a good time to pick up debris and clean out the gutters for a soaker and bigger system upstream for thursday and friday. the rain slowly spreads itself. let's track it together by the early lunch hour talking about rate only over the santa rosa area this is an easy commute and metropolitan area been impacted but then again that san jose may be a drop or two through tuesday and then dry skies for wednesday. looking at a half an inch to three quarters of an inch of rain in the bay area. officials set up 7:27 am and by the time the sunset 60s and low 70s dropping by the 50s overnight. senate forecast friday on wednesday, bigger system and gusting winds on thursday and friday and that is a look at
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games second-quarter score the first of two touchdowns to be the raiders a 13, three lead. final minutes 56 yard gain, a touchdown to make a 26 and raiders went 33, 16 and may improve to five, two. kaepernick firing up the troops first levi start in a year against the bucs. that backing up his words early for the touchdown pass to sharon and it is a 14, zero lead. late first-half winston to shepherd for a 19 yard touchdown getting but a 17, 14 the. third quarter sums up the 49ers first seven games. currently, paul comes out recovered by the bucs in that was the day for the last three quarters for the 49ers blurs testability 3417 -- 34, 17.
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shooting is discovered outside a popular peninsula hotel and the police are saying about a possible motive. known for his activism during the 1960 tom hayden passes away will look back at his major achievements. check busy week here with four days out of seven rain in the forecast. it headed into the north bay we have this crash reported earlier causing slowdown in petaluma with honey where it is. good morning it is october 24. time is 6:30 am. later today crews will get started on a big project in san francisco and they are transforming parts of the van ness avenue that is where an quibec is life with the details. >>reporter: this is a very heavily traveled corridor in san francisco runs from north to south and the city, it is 6:30 am now but it is not too crazy. as people filter in during the
commute it gets really packed around here. this is going to be the first area to have the past -- bus rapid system. these drawings were released of what it will look like by 2019. changes from market to lombard as buses running down the middle driving in the middle lanes that is supposed to drastically reduce bus traveling time. they will also be replacing streetlights and adding pedestrian lights on the sidewalk and removing and replacing trees, water and sewer pipes were basically the whole works will get a makeover. traffic impacts will be eliminating left-hand turns from them mass onto sidestreets and that will affect a lot of people specifically along franklin and golf street for the person is you will notice there are two lanes that turn left here from the van asked
onto broadway. one of them is a left turn optional late and they are both going to be mandatory left turns. he was see these changes dribbling from the north to the south of the project gets underway. it will be finished in 2019 and reduce commute time by 30%. will there be any changes to the shuttle buses? >> there already have been. the ones i take people from san francisco down to work in silicon valley prepared milk and lots of the lines onto the sidestreets specifically franklin but that is causing some major problems along those roadways because they don't have places for the buses to stop. a lot of cases they are to stopping in the middle of a late to pick people up or drop off. we will have some traffic trouble here over the next few years. the final stretch of the bike path in the bay bridge is open. caltrans opened the final
segment yesterday their minds from emeryville. cost millions of dollars and to crude 20 years to plan this. stretches for a half miles and gives drivers and walkers a panoramic view of the bay and the ports purposes owners at treasure island are hopeful for more customers. >> they are excited we will maybe have a variety of food and be bigger and i'm looking forward to it. i think it will be great. >> the city is offering a shuttle bus from the path to treasure island in case it gets too busy with cyclists. you may want to lay off the bike later on the week it will be dry but we would be have rain moving into the area. bigger soaker on thursday and friday. 47 days west in the area. not picking up any raindrops around the bay area right now. we pick up this year, mostly
cloudy conditions over the bay area and a bit of a wind that has fluctuated. . you are not picking up any rate as of now but looked upstream, very impressive. lots of rain heading into the northwestern quadrant. secondly we have a second system with thunderstorm activity and tropical moisture heading into the high sierra what i want to point out this is a leading edge right here of precipitation that promises to move into the northern portion of the bay area right before lunch hour. the cloud coverage and some wind in san francisco at 60 and it is 63 across the bay and oakland at the estuary the ways have been a bit problematic and we continue to blow out of the south 10 to 20 miles per hour right now 19 and separate testing -- san francisco. in a mile-per-hour wind in san
jose and 20 n. and nevada. the wind gusts will be up to 30 during the afternoon. temperatures in the 60s and low 70s a bit on the muggy site. -- side. we will talk about the big soaker later on. 6:35 am and earlier crash was reported causing slowdown is no clear to the shoulder pickup and 101 before petaluma before petaluma blvd., north the car crash is clear off to the shoulder causing backup into , toddy. cars inching through the area at 14 miles per hour. over to the flow traffic along the san mateo bridge. 880 to 101 slow 25 minutes and keep in mind that is a high wind advisory but not many places you can go with the win because the traffic is a stacked it over to the altamont pass traffic looking heavy coming off 205 to 12 miles per hour.
you are inching your way through into the vertebrate up around 30 miles per hour the n. tracy blvd. to the altamont will take you up to 49 minutes. flow conditions here. the bay bridge toll plaza extremely slow into downtown san francisco the maze to downtown will take you 30 minutes. the search for a government continues after a deadly shooting outside a hotel. police found the victim's body lying in an alleyway outside hyatt regency in burlington around 6 am yesterday. his name has not been released. police believe the victim was targeted that he was visiting a guest at the hotel. investigators not elaborate on what led to the shooting. oakland police are looking for a gunman who killed a man in east oakland could happen here bancroft and 56 avenue around 7 pm pay the victim died at the scene. seven men were injured in another shooting on east
oakland on saturday before midnight on bancroft avenue. when officers got to the scene they heard more shots nearby the officers were hurt but they did find seven victims who were taken to the hospital. one of the victims is in critical condition but investigators detained one person for questioning but so far no arrests. and leader of the 1960s antiwar and civil rights movement has died. tom hayden passed away last night. kpix5 jackie ward is live in the newsroom with a look back at his social activism and career in politics. >>reporter: he was 76 result when he passed away last night his family was by his side when he died. in the early 1960s it was a college student at michigan he began speaking out about the vietnam war. he traveled multiple times to capital of vietnam as part of the antiwar movement. the oakland based black panther party would support this
effort. in 1968 he would be charged as one of the chicago eight will create disorder outside the democratic national convention this group was later called the chicago seven when black founder code founder was charged separately. >> we have an intuition that vietnam was not the battleground for the future, it was selma, the campuses bringing an end to poverty project in 1982 would be elected to the california state assembly after a decade in a position he would serve as a state senator. for eight years and he later became the author and wrote several books on environmental and world affairs. he died at the ucla medical center in santa monica and 76 years old. thousands of babies die each year from sudden infant death syndrome but there is a new recommendation that could drastically reduce that number. doctors say sharing a room with a baby for at least the first
six months can cut the risk of sids by 50%. the recommendation is part of a new set of guidelines from the american academy of pediatrics. the academy does not recommend sharing same bed, the guidelines we want parents to place babies on their backs to sleep. we can see her and keep an eye on her and listen to her breathing and never let her sleep in the same bed with us, it's just too dangerous. but doctors say exclusive breast-feeding can reduce the risk of sids by as much as 70%. donald trump continues to question the integrity of the us elections but what happens after the votes are counted? melissa came will join us and discuss the rules for challenging election results. ,,
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muscular check this project on the road to rocky. it's been a busy morning. let's get a check on traffic. >> 6:43 am and we are busy. you are correct. look at the first map north that 880 this is a big rig versus a car in traffic is moving in the area at 18 miles per hour. it is still blocking a lane but we see some traffic on the southbound direction but it headed towards the 92 freeway that is the san mateo bridge. a look at the heavy commute into the peninsula. 882 101 particular slow 24 minutes and that is highly advisory as well issued by chp but you won't go anywhere far because traffic is so slow. let's take a look and petaluma southbound 101 before the boulevard a solo car crash on the off to the side we have some very slow-moving traffic in the area 12 miles per hour
inching through where the crash happened and the traffic is backed up into , toddy. over to the altamont pass 9 miles per hour your inching away overthrow into northland road at 25 miles per hour and you can breathe through livermore. northland boulevard to altamont pass will take you 50 minutes. if you want to avoid the traffic currently we have no delays to report. 's it indicates it is dry and the bulk of the day will be dry today with the rate sliding into the north bay but right now the north of the bay area right there you see a line of moderate rain showers poise and positioned right off the northwestern corner of the state of california. we have binding activity over the eastern foothills of the high sierra combined there but
rapidly growing south it progresses heard we are smack in the middle of two different systems we are mostly cloudy and we are breezy. it is balmy out the door. and monday for temperatures 58 to 63 in santa rosa and oakland at the estuary wind speeds according to weather watchers. 50 mile-per-hour winds venetia, 11 mile-per-hour winds in hayward, oakland as well back to the berkeley area where picks up to 12 the wind gusts 31 at the airport down to eight per night in san francisco, 10 throughout the tri-valley, and at the delta 16 in nevada these winds will blow on the south 10 to 20 today with an occasional stronger gust but this is beautiful. a cold center right here and noticed we are on the tail end of it here. the french it will be side swiped at saks of the
south but that is the operative word, gradually. saks to the south and it will fall apart at the scene but as it may pick up a few raindrops and that is it. by tuesday evening into wednesday we will see some dry conditions. it will be ready tomorrow morning around the peninsula but this thursday and friday a soaker of a system is poised to move in to the bay area prison again this is the area of low pressure we are dealing with, slow-moving, we will get wet and the north bay, there is your lunch hour see how far north it is? at the the commutes a smattering of rain showers analytics the south and falls apart and list out in a northeasterly direction leaving us with light rain showers tapering off during the day to the evening into wednesday in stride and appears that we have heavy rain and fog. looks like pacifica model suggests an inch of rain and half inch to the north about six and 7 inch around the
central bay primarily to the west a quarter in hayward the surveillance the tri-valley and no rain across santa clara. today's temperatures into the 60s and the 70s with that gusty winds at time here is your extended forecast. the call and unsettled in tomorrow evening wednesday and in the potential for a bigger system will keep a watchful eye on that there's a very diligent to the brain the weekend that is your monday forecast. donald trump has created quite a stir by repeatedly saying he might not accept the results of the election but can he do that? >>kpix5 melissa came answers the question for us.>> there some internet debates, so much to unpack net debates. i think some people were surprised that he said he might not accept the results that was they got past the initial shock is an option? even james gordon waited.>>
trance that he might not accept the results of the election. honestly i didn't know that you could do that. i didn't know that you could just not accept things. >> of course trump and his heart does not have to accept the results but as a practical matter is talk about the ways to actually contested election results. the first thing you should note if there is no one way to objects to the national results to elections are done state-by- state so objections have to be done state-by-state it right off the bat it is complicated. >> complicated, sound like a lengthy process part of the same the election may be rate, can he ask for a recount or a revote can expect let's start with the revote. there is almost no chance that he is going to get a revote. revote is like a do over, second election that they there's almost no chance that any court would order that the u.s. constitution sets the date when we elect a president and courts have consistently said
that is the date it is in the constitution the only date we are not going to order another one. the matter what happens on election day those ballots are the ones we are working with. there will not be a do over election. trump can ask for a recount. the judge can order a recount. also if a boat is really really close some states will pay for a recount the taxpayer money. other than that the person who wants a recount generally have to pay for it. that's all we do in california. anyone who want to recap have to pay and pay in advance and it is not cheap. california statewide recount would cost several million dollars. so not a cheap alternative print after paying all that money the recount might not matter the dust because they are strict deadlines in a presidential election. this year any recount would have to be finished by december 13. if it is not been the results can be ignored. recount can be expensive and have to be done really fast.
this is not any defects expect let's turn back the clock a little bit. as a recount ever changed the presidential vote? that i found one example of this. in the 1960s presidential race between richard nixon and jfk the state of hawaii counted the votes and a certified them and said we are for nixon. democrats demanded a recount and it was a really messy situation that the end of the day kennedy ended up being certified the winner. the student change the outcome of the election for nixon would have lost any went but it does show that while recount a difficult they can be a powerful tool when a person does not want to accept the outcome of an election. >> we can only wait and see what happens. >> thank you. people in oakland have seen the rents rise faster than most places in the country. voters plan to do something about it according to the real estate site is a low.com the
the average price for an available rental in oakland as more than $3000. that is up about 70% since 2013 pay skyrocketing rents mean longtime residents are being forced out of their own city. >> i feel i am being pushed out. what you do when i'm making $10 an hour and i can provide for my family? said letters are being asked to address the issue on election day. supporters of measure jj said it would keep the landlord from excessively increasing rent. another measure called kk would raise property taxes in order to find a more portable housing. 60 1 pm. ,,
my mom marnie and then she died life. of lung cancer. so i have a personal interest in helping prevent smoking. i'm tom steyer, the co-chair of the yes on 56 campaign. every year, nearly 17,000 california kids start smoking. a third of them will die from their addiction. tobacco taxes reduce youth smoking. please. vote yes on prop 56. if we can save even a few lives, it's worth it.
a security check in on one of the mall stairwells and they ran off before police arrived investigators say they were starting to rub them all. five things to know the 55 federal investigators try to figure out what led to a tour bus crash in palm springs yesterday. 13 people were killed when the bus went into a tractor-trailer on interstate 10. investigator state the buses traveling significantly faster than the truck rear-ended. that antitrust subcommittee will hold a meeting about the biggest proposed media mergers in history. over the weekend at&t announced a plan to buy time warner. regulators will need to approve the deal. secular clinton and trump are stepping up their efforts in key states and clinton campaigns with massachusetts senator. elizabeth warren in new hampshire today while trump holds more events in florida. a cbs news poll shows clinton leading trump by three points in florida and virtually tied in
the the usually red state of texas project today is your last chance to register to vote in california. you can register to vote online or pick up paper registration forms and libraries the dmv or the county election office. those forms must be postmarked no later than today. smith is scheduled to be arraigned on probation violations today. the suspended oakland raiders linebacker is accused of drunk driving while already on probation for a previous arrest for the august 2015 incident led to his release from the 49ers. i live alone van ness in san francisco where work is set to begin today on the bus rapid transit system. they released the drawings on the quarter and what it will look like when the project is completed. in 2019. from market to lumbar buses running down the middle.
bus stops in the center median will be replacing streetlights added pedestrian lights and removing and replacing water, sewer pipes and trees. there will be some traffic impacts and eliminating left turned from van ness onto sidestreets and a traffic will filter onto franklin. you can see the first changes we will notice to left-hand turn with one of them left-hand turn optional and it will become mandatory. we will see changes from the north to south along that napster eventually it is supposed to improve the commute by 52%. live in san francisco kpix5. 6:57 am let's take a look at your roads, west bend 80 before powell street a two-car crash off to the shoulder, actually it is blocking the left lane. causing some backups all the way into crockett. a
small commute -- slow commute a 30 minute commute into downtown semper cisco from the maze and a traffic is backed up through the maze at the moment. high wind advisory as well and a high wind advisory in san mateo. northbound 880, a big rig versus a car causing delays at headed into downtown oakland but a look at the san mateo bridge 880 211 will take you 27 minutes. very heavy conditions. such a beautiful sunset last night and this morning some clouds and no rain as of yet according to the life radar the bulk of your date will be dry with rate moving into the north bay and far reaches by lunch. and gradually all of that to the south and then falls apart. the northwestern quadrant of the california impacted by the heavy rain. that is our skyline
looking out from san francisco towards oakland we are currently mild in the 50s and 60s and it is monday at the door and a bit of wind. south winds 10 to 20 struggle costs at time temperatures 60s and low 70s to a 10th of an inch in locations today and we will have light rain overnight tonight through tomorrow morning and a break tomorrow night into wednesday and the more rate thursday and friday. this weekend a proud moment for comedian bill murray. >> wasn't about the cubs headed to the world series. >> we look at each other look who we are. we are all here. what a break that we are here in this place right now alive. it is pretty good. >> he was presented with the mark twain prize for american humor at the john f. kennedy center for the performing arts on sunday night. the former ghost buster did not want to outshine the teams with the we honor the cubs by wearing a blue tie.
it looks nice. have a great day everyone. good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, october 24th. 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." the newest presidential poll gives hillary clinton a double digit lead. donald trump heads to florida, telling voters not to believe the polls. a horrifying casino bus crash kiss 13 in the california desert. the bus ended up 15 feet inside a big rig. the truck's driver reveals what happened at the moment of impact. and thousands of soldiers received cash bonuses to re-enlist during the iraq and afghanistan wars. now, the california national guard is ordering them to give that money back. >> but we begin this morning with a look tt