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i was watching the game, too. i watched. >> how could you not watch our oakland a's battling it out for other teams in the world series? right? what did we have, zobrist, results, lester, billy beane we love you but not so much today. what a game. i think it was really one of the best world series i have ever seen. >> probably. >> plus it had a little bit -- weather is involved in everything. we had a 17 minute rain delay last night. >> and i saw you also posting on facebook, the radar picture of the rain coming into ohio. >> after the game was over severe thunderstorms rolled into cleveland. i'm glad they got the rain in. we another chance right here in the bay area early sunday when many of us will still be sleeping with that extra hour of sleep. a need a light jacket out the door this morning.
40s and 50s. winds increase later today at 15 relatively calm. temperature-wise, well, onshore we are going to have numbers in the 60s and 70s but off the coast we have a high surf advisory in effect for today through tomorrow. some of these swells 20 to 27 feet which obviously means we will have some sneaker waves. we'll have dangerous rip currents. just stay out of the water. temperatures onshore 70 degrees in san francisco. slightly above average. 70 in half moon bay backing through rockaway beach. low 70s common across the peninsula. today we jump up to 75. that's a good outdoor weather in morgan hill. around the rim of the bay, low and mid-70s. north bay, good morning, sonoma, you will top off at 72. your full forecast coming up at 18 after the hour. here's roqui. >> thank you. our hot spot of the morning in san leandro this roadwork on northbound 880 is causing people to drive at just 5 miles
per hour in the area. that's right after 238 in san leandro. now, this should be going on until about 6 a.m. that's an hour or so. so we'll see if they stay on schedule. but as of now we are suggesting you go ahead and take 580 instead and avoid it altogether but here's a look at the nimitz freeway live, 238 in san leandro to the maze right now look at that, 35 minutes. so that's very heavy traffic already and it's just 5:02. let's take a look at the altamont pass coming off 205 in tracy. at 52 miles per hour, if you head through into north flynn road you're driving at about 35 miles per hour. so this is actually supposed to be our hot spot our usual hot spot but it's looking pretty good north tracy boulevard to the altamont pass will take you up to 24 minutes. on to the dublin interchange here some slow commuter traffic altamont pass to 680 will take you about 14 minutes. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. when traffic gets especially bad on bay area highways many of us think, oh, it's worse in l.a. but a new study shows that we're living a lie.
maria medina is live in sunnyvale with more reporter: kenny, traffic running smoothly now but in just a couple of hours, that story is going to completely change. this is one of the hot spots that made that study highway 101 through sunnyvale and mountain view, also making the list is highway 237 in milpitas and 280 in downtown san jose. so what makes these so horrible? well, a new study says that there are mega-commuters in this hot spot. basically, drivers are spending more than 90 minutes in their car one way. even more surprising in the study is that it says there are more mega-commuters in silicon valley than in los angeles. >> i used to live down near the l.a. area and it's just about as bad here as it is down there. >> it's pretty bad. between 3:00 and, let's say, 8:00, you can't get anywhere. >> reporter: all right. according to the study, among the silicon valley drivers
here, more than 5% are mega- commuters. and that's one whole percentage point more than los angeles. so what is the problem? according to the study, they say it's because of affordable housing. more people are living outside of silicon valley and commuting in so they can find affordable housing outside our region. live in sunnyvale, maria medina, kpix 5. in just a few hours, crews will start digging through a crime scene at sonoma state university. a body was discovered on the campus yesterday. kpix 5's anne makovec is live on the scene with details. anne reporter: a disturbing discovery and a real mystery at this point. a body found in the wooded area here behind me. this is off of parking lot m. you can see that the sonoma county sheriff's department has part of this parking lot blocked off and they are expected to be back here to comb this area at 8 a.m. a landscaper made this
discovery yesterday afternoon of a partially buried body found in this wooded area. officers say that given the condition of that body, it seems like somebody who died recently. and today they hope to find out more. >> crime scene investigators will come out with our violent crimes detectives and they will start slow methodical unearthing and to make sure they don't disturb the crime scene, and collect enough evidence to try and solve what happened. >> reporter: as to who this might be, no clue at this point. no links to any missing persons in the area. so we don't know how long this area of the parking lot is going to be blocked off. but again, the search begins at 8 a.m. live in rohnert park, anne makovec, kpix 5. new information on the massive apartment fire in oakland. the "chronicle" reporting that former tenants of the building sued the owner before the fire. they claim that they were driven out by dangerous conditions to make way for the new complex. the building was under
construction when the fire erupted on monday near lake merritt completely destroying the complex. federal investigators are trying to determine the cause. later today we expect to learn more about the sinking millennium tower. san francisco's city attorneys holding a news conference to announce a major legal development. last week, we found out the building's owners are facing violations for reportedly making unauthorized repairs. the city inspectors say the work happened without the necessary permits. the owners say they thought the developer got the permits. since the tower was built 7 years ago, it has sunk 16 inches. in san francisco, the search for a new police chief is now down to 3 contenders. the "chronicle" reporting that acting chief toney chaplin is one of the finalists. chaplin has been leading sfpd since former chief greg suhr resigned in may but the police commission has not officially released the names of the finalists. mayor lee makes the final decision. investigators in iowa say a
man who shot and killed two police officers has a history of racial provocation and confrontations with police. scott michael greene was taken into custody just hours after yesterday's ambush killing in the des moines area. investigators say less than three weeks ago, greene argued with officers who removed him from a high school football game where he displayed a confederate flag near black spectators. mike pence paid his respects at memorials to the two murdered iowa officers. the indiana governor and his wife brought flowers and comforted officers. >> we just arrived in iowa, karen and i just wanted to come by and assure these officers and the families of the fallen of our condolences and our prayers. >> the victims are identified as sergeant anthony beminio of the des moines police department and officer justin martin of the urbandale police department. five days to go and it's a
full-court press for hillary clinton and donald trump in the final days of the campaign. here's reed binion. >> reporter: a trump rally in florida ending with a bang wednesday. the fireworks contrasting a somewhat more restrained than usual donald trump. >> we have to be nice and cool, nice and cool. right? stay on point, donned. stay on point. >> reporter: trump now at 47% support in the sunshine state according to a new cnn-orc poll just behind clinton's 49%. he is also trailing clinton by 4 points in pennsylvania. but trump is gaining ground in other key states. he is ahead in nevada at 49% to clinton's 43%. and topping clinton by 5 points in arizona. with polls tightening, clinton's closing argument is a warning. >> what would it be like to have a president who pits people against each other? we really don't have to guess. we just have to look at everything he has said and done. >> reporter: team clinton more than doubling its television
ads spending in the final days including nearly $5 million in additional air time in the toss- up state of florida considered a must-win for trump. clinton also buying ads in several blue states in an effort to protect the so-called blue wall of defense. on the republican side, the rnc is also purchasing air time in florida and several other states spending $2.9 million in its first ad buy supporting trump. i'm reed binion reporting. california voters will not be allowed to take photos of their marked ballots for this election. yesterday, a federal judge in san francisco refused to lift the state's ban on so-called ballot selfies. a new state law will allow photos of ballots to be shared but it won't take effect until january. and remember, we'll be on air starting at 4:30 wednesday morning. we'll have the latest results and complete analysis of the vote in our special campaign 2016 after the vote coverage. today a bay area congressman seeks solutions on
a tomorrowic that's angered many california veterans. the subject national garden listment bonuses the pentagon wants back. john garamendi will discuss steps congress can take to resolve it. the meeting starts at 9:00 at 549 merchant street. a protest is planned in mountain view today in support of the native american activists opposing the dakota pipeline in standing rock. protestors will be out in front of citibank on san antonio road around 4 p.m. they are calling on the bank to stop funding the pipeline. here's a live look this morning from wrigley field. the chicago cubs the world series champions. reaction from the fans and the best moments of the game ahead in about 10 minutes. the 108-year drought is finally over for the cubs [chuckling]. >> so awesome for them. time now 5:10. a view of salmon like we have never seen before. we'll take you to the russian
river under water viewing tank. next. >> and if epipens are too expensive for you there's a generic you can buy. but there's a problem. we'll look into why next. >> from the kpix weather center, dark outside now but we know we have clear skies. sunshine today, but rain and its arrival. we'll pinpoint the timing coming up. >> and if you are heading from san leandro to the maze, that's going to take you 30 minutes right now. why? we'll tell you about some roadwork causing some trouble on the nimitz freeway coming up. ,, ,,
disappointed this weekend! the recreational season kicks off saturday, after all. but recent tests have sparked one warning. the recreational season for dungeness crab kicks off saturday. test have sparked a warning. it's not a good idea to eat the guts of crabs caught north of point reyes. they tested for domoic acid which can make people sick. but the meat itself is safe to eat. commercial season opens up november 15. the general public can now get a unique view of pacific salmon swimming upstream. the sonoma county water agency has completed an underwater viewing room with 8 windows along the russian river. it's part of a $12 million
project that included an inflatable dam, intended to help the salmon with their migration. >> this is one of the future projects in the bay area where you can go underground under the river and get eye to eye with the salmon. >> you need to sign up on the sonoma county water agency's website to do that. there's an alternative to the epipens that's hundreds of dollars left but patients don't know about it. the generic version is the epinephrine auto injector. it contains the same medicine and is effective. but one local doctor says that the reason many physicians are not prescribing it is because of marketing. >> it's like kleenex. we don't say facial tissue. when i think of an epinephrine auto injector i think of epi- pen. there are many providers who
think epi-pen or generic equivalent who don't realize that the pharmacist can't substitute it. >> doctors say if your pharmacy doesn't carry the generic brand you can ask them to order it. the manufacturer of epi-pen made headlines this year when he raised the price nearly 400%. it is 5:16 right now. roqui has a check on the roads. >> let's head to san leandro where we have some trouble going on due to some roadwork that's been out there. it's supposed to clear around 6 a.m. but we'll see about that. all right. northbound 880, right 238 in san leandro there's roadwork causing cars to drive at 12 miles per hour. last report was 5 miles an hour. so we'll keep an eye on this. avoid the area because the drive time between 238 and the maze is a slow 25 minutes. but on this end, looking good in both directions. this is the nimitz. moving to the altamont pass, traffic here off 205 at 46 miles per hour so not too bad
as you head into livermore here where it frees up. north tracy boulevard to the altamont will take you up to 25, 27 minutes right now. and a live look at the dublin interchange, slow commuter traffic altamont pass to 680 will take you 15 minutes westbound. now let's take a look at mass transit throughout the bay area. bart, ace, muni, caltrain, all on time. so that's good news on top of tomorrow very good baseball news as well, roberta. to you. >> i'm just as surprised how spunky you are this morning after staying up so late watching that game last night. congratulations to the cubs. good morning, everybody! we have clear skies. we'll have blue skies later today. right now our temperatures are averaging a couple of degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. still a cool start to your day however. 47 degrees in santa rosa. it's in the high 40s in redwood city and livermore. 56 in san francisco. some of our weather watchers checking in this morning. linda in fairfield reports 44 degrees. steve in los altos says it's clear. san francisco, good morning to
you, george, 56. here's what you need to know on this thursday. it's going to be a pretty autumn day with temperatures slightly above average. seasonal highs friday and saturday and a chance of early- morning showers on sunday morning. satellite and radar, the clouds are associated with an area of low pressure providing a little bit of light rain around the northwestern part of the state of california according to this particular sleet imagery from goes west ten. we have a huge dome of high pressure encompassing the west coast that's going to provide us with dry weather. however, that storm to the north of us is generating some very high surf and, in fact, our swells are anticipated to build 20 to 27 feet along the huge highlighted area that does encompass the entire coastline of the bay area. here's our futurecast. and at lunch hour today, clear skies. tomorrow morning at this time a
little stratus off the coast. otherwise mostly sunny skies. by saturday morning we start to see the return of the marine layer. by saturday night increasing clouds from a secondary system albeit weak, it will produce a slight chance of rain showers. san jose lunchtime today in the low 60s. your afternoon high temperature 67 degrees. your afternoon high will top off at 72 at mineta international airport. i'm going with warmer conditions around the rose garden district, alum rock 75 through willow glen. upper 60s in san francisco. upper 60s at the bay to the peninsula. 70s away from the bay outside number 77 in the gilroy area. west wind at 15. here's your extended forecast. warmer conditions on friday. saturday we cool gently from that approaching weak system with the minimal chance of rain showers early sunday. and speaking of sunday, it's our favorite time of the year where we dial our clocks back one full hour. we say favorite time only because we get an extra hour of sleep to get ready for the raiders game on sunday night.
6 p.m. against the denver broncos. >> it should be an exciting game. >> i know. >> we are both excited. >> derek carr! man of the year. >> michael crabtree! >> him too. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> we'll see. [ laughter ] in the sacramento area, more and more people are complaining about a smell that's not so pleasant. >> yeah. we learned all that trouble comes from bats going to the bathroom. little guys like these can be seen all over downtown sacramento. [chuckling] some bat rescuers believe a quarter million of them roam the yolo causeway. they often sleep in crevices between buildings, and the bay area may start to get them, too. about 12 species of bats live around san francisco. one rescuer says their mating season makes the smell stronger. >> and in the fall, when the males are starting to think about the females for the winter, that gets even a little stronger. so right now we might be noticing some of that in addition to their normal odors.
>> but experts say strong odors aside, bats do wonders in control the insect population. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, an epic world series ends with a bang. the party in chicago is still going on this morning. it might go into spring training! the unbelievable event that led up to the party coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
inside the stadium last night. ning, the chicago they have always won so many years before. they came so close to doing it again. breaking hearts again. if they were going to win it, this is how they were going to win it! >> wow. just a bit of reaction from inside the stadium last night. this morning the chicago cubs and fans are waking up world series champions for the first time in 108 years. the game stretched into a tenth inning following an unprecedented 17 minute rain delay. dennis has the highlights reporter: good morning, everyone. given the history, it is hard to imagine a more memorable world series. the magic of the game 7 captured all the drama, emotion and the 108 years of a drought unmatched in sports history. charlie sheen better known in cleveland as wild thing, check it out. game 7 top of the 6th, cubs leading 5-3 and there goes david ross a final game of his
career. and it's 6-3. it's now 6-4, bottom of the 8th, rajai davis used to play for the a's and giants. just tied the game. lebron is jacked. a 17-minute rain delay and then in the 10th inning, ben zobrist doubles in the go-ahead run. indians 8-7, two out and here's how it ended. >> here's the 0-1. this is going to be a tough one. the cubs win the world series! >> chicago wins a game for the ages. 8-7 in ten innings. they come back from a 3-1 series deficit to win their first world series title since 1908. >> it's really great for our entire cub-dom to get beyond that moment and continue to move forward because now we have an opportunity to be good for a long time without any of the negative dialogue. the burden has been lifted. it should have never been there
in the first place i don't think. but now we can move forward. >> the longest drought title now belongs to the cleveland indians. they have not won the world series since 1948. warriors and the thunder, remember kevin durant's old team? the thunder? they are in town tonight. and that is where our sportscast will emanate from. i'm dennis o'donnell. have a great day. south bay traffic worse than los angeles? the hot spots that made the list. >> and a body found on a college campus in the north bay. we'll tell you what investigators are planning to do here today. ,,
bodega bay is cause for concern for many locals. questions in morning as a body is found near sonoma state university. >> a boat stranded in bodega bay is cause for concern for locals. >> good morning from our kpix weather center in san francisco. it's the coldest start to your day but it's going to be a warmer afternoon. we're tracking rain. we'll tell you when to expect it. delays now at the bay bridge toll plaza. three metering lights are on. delays on northbound 880. why? we'll tell you. good morning. , it's thursday, november 3. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. once the sun comes up crews will start digging through a crimestein at sonoma state university. they are investigating after someone found a dead body at a crime scene in a parking lot. anne makovec is live with the details. anne reporter: you can see the crime scene tape here behind me and investigators will be out here this morning. they are trying to preserve the scene right now. this is right on the campus of sonoma state. so the search is going to begin
again at 8 a.m. a landscaper discovered it yesterday afternoon. a partially burled body found in a wooded area near parking lot m. officers say that given the condition of the body, it seems like somebody who died recently and today they hope to find out more as to who this person is. no idea. >> we have no suspicious missing persons that we are aware of. there's no links to anyone who has been reported missing. and so we have no idea who this may be. >> reporter: so this morning, crime scene investigators, violent crime detectives, will be combing the crime scene trying not to disturb it while they search for clues. obviously, a real mystery here in the north bay. live in rohnert park, anne makovec, kpix 5. the presidential election is just five days away. and this morning, the latest poll shows two battleground states are up for grabs. according to quinnipiac university, hillary clinton leads donald trump by just one point in florida.
and clinton is just 3 points ahead in north carolina. and that's exactly why both hillary clinton and donald trump will make appearances in those states today. both are scrambling to earn last-minute votes in crucial states along the path to victory. clinton continues to paint trump as being unfit to lead the nation. >> imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos, african-americans, muslims, pows. [ screaming ] >> trump inches to sharply criticize clinton as wrong for the job. >> if hillary clinton were to be elected, it would create an unprecedented and protracted constitutional crisis. >> trump is also touting his
improved showing in polls. as for the incumbent, president obama, he plans to keep campaigning for clinton through election day. volunteers in the bay area are pushing for last-minute votes. democrats and republicans are hitting phone banks across the country. the registrar's office is preparing for a busy election day. officials are going to pick up ballots earlier to get them counted sooner. >> all of our machinery here will be working 24 hours a day with staff counting until we go final. >> santa clara county has a record 875,000 registered voters this election. election officials are encourage everyone to take advantage of early voting this weekend. be sure to tune into kpix 5 on tuesday night for our complete campaign 2016 election night coverage. and, of course, we'll be on air again starting at 4:30 in the morning wednesday morning. we'll have the very latest results plus what it means for you in our special "campaign 2016: after the vote" coverage.
for anybody planning to take a stroll on a bay area beach, the coast guard is warning, watch out! today the waves rolling in could be 20 feet tall so coast guard crews are urging extreme caution if you get near the water. so be very careful. >> you were out on the water yesterday? >> it was like 5 to 8. >> we have an empty spot here. >> i didn't know that. i was just testing out the surf. [ laughter ] >> what was it, 5 to 8 yesterday, about that. it was head high over there. >> not too choppy, not too rough? >> um, conditions were decent. but i'm sure they are going to get a lot rougher this week. >> we want be mindful. unless you're experienced like kenny who surfs almost every day, don't go into the water. swells are already 13 feet and they will build today and tomorrow. when you have that kind of surf, you generally do have also the rip currents and you do have the sneaker waves. so never turn your back on
what, michelle? >> an angry ocean! >> outside now we have clear skies, temperatures we are into the 40s and 50s. i was comparing these temperatures to just yesterday's numbers and we are a couple of degrees warmer than yesterday. we have that high surf advisory posted for that right there, that huge highlighted yellow area. that's all our beaches. now, temperatures onshore today will be warmer than what they were yesterday from 60s and 70s at the beaches, rockaway beach at 70. low 70s common around the peninsula today to 75 degrees in morgan hill. and 77 in gilroy. around the rim of the bay the low 70s. but inland we go to about 75 degrees in pleasanton, also in alamo, blackhawk, low 70s in concord, clayton and walnut creek. also around the vallejo area, temperatures topping off in the low 70s. 60s and 70s common around the north bay. meanwhile our temperatures at 75 degrees in cloverdale. we'll see 72 in clearlake. we do have a big change for the weekend forecast. we'll talk about that coming up but first, let's send it over
to roqui theus. >> thank you, roberta gonzales. let's take a look at our bay area traffic. we had a serious problem in san leandro making your commute from 238 to the maze up to 30 minutes but now it's back down to just 15 minutes. this roadwork on northbound 880 has officially been cleared. they were laying down pavement and that's why it was so bad earlier this morning. here's a look live at the nimitz freeway. 238 to the maze will just take but 15 minutes out the door. another story here at the bay bridge toll plaza, those metering lights are on now. and traffic is starting to back up carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 21 minutes. and then expect about a 15- minute drive through the toll plaza. that's your traffic. michelle, to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. when traffic gets terrible on bay area highways, it's easy to think things are far worse in l.a. but a new study shows they have it better than we do. maria medina reports from sunnyvale. >> reporter: that's right.
you know, traffic running smoothly right now, but soon here it's going to be a much different story. this is one of the hot spots that made that study highway 101 through sunnyvale and mountain view, also making the list is highway 237 in milpitas and 280 in downtown san jose. so what makes these so horrible? well, a new study says that there are mega-commuters in this hot spot. basically, drivers are spending more than 90 minutes in their car one way. even more surprising in the study is that it says there are more mega-commuters in silicon valley than in los angeles. >> it's very bad especially down the 101 corridor, 87, two two. there's no respite. everywhere you go, there's traffic. 280. >> reporter: all right. according to the study, among the silicon valley drivers here, more than 5% are mega- commuters. and that's one whole percentage
point more than los angeles. so what is the problem? according to the study, they say it's because of affordable housing. more people are living outside of silicon valley and commuting in so they can find affordable housing outside our region. live in sunnyvale, maria medina, kpix 5. >> where are these people driving from? did the study say? >> reporter: yeah. the study said san francisco obviously and alameda county and san joaquin county. >> thank you. residents in bodega bay are fed up with an abandoned fishing boat but officials say it's too expensive to move. neighbors say it wreaks of fuel. the vessel washed ashore back in september. its owner was running from the law and dumped it. it's been on the beach ever since. >> stuff like that doesn't usually happen here. everyone that came in would be like oh, have you seen the boat, heard about it? do you know the story? >> for now, it's going to stay put unless someone pays for it. samsung is now the target of a class action lawsuit over its exploding cell phones.
the problem has already prompted the company to recall its galaxy note 7 phones. the lawsuit contends the problem goes beyond that model and includes the s6, s7 and note 5. >> at one point my colleague put down the phone and said it's too hot to hold against my head and i put it down, plugged it in and that's when it caught fire on the desk. he knocked it off of the home desk and then it landed on the rug and caused a fire on the rug. >> the lawsuit filed by a firm in folsom seeks reimbursement and recall. samsung released a statement saying it doesn't comment on pending litigation. but it says the issues with the galaxy note 7 are isolated to only that model. sitting down to craft a comprehensive financial plan can be so intimidating that many of us stop right at the start. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger is here to help us get it done in a matter of minutes. so jill, the clock is starting. so how do we begin?
>> reporter: ask yourself three questions. number one, what is my biggest financial concern? now, this could be paying down your student loans or saving for a rental security deposit, maybe a car. or a longer term goal like saving money for a house and putting money away for your kids' education or contributing to your retirement. next, you have a two-part question. how much money do i have saved? and do i have any debt? this is where you're building your balance sheet that details what you own, your assets and what you oh, liabilities. very helpful if one of your objectives is to pay off your debt. list all the interest rates associated with those obligations and maturity dates. >> so once you have that figured out, what's next? >> do you track where your money is going? if yes, scour that cash flow and determine how much money you can allocate towards your goal and then automate that goal. right? just put that money away. if you don't track your money,
hey, just download an app, mint. you need a budget, digital, even your bank's tracking software. you have to figure out where you stand. finally, do you contribute to your retirement plan at work or your own ira or roth? this plan should help you start tackling the three pillars of planning success. paying down your consumer and then student loan debt, establishing that emergency reserve fund, and ultimately hopefully maximizing your retirement contributions. spend 3 minutes now and guess what, you don't have to think about the election. so that's good. and you won't need to do this in two months when you're starting to do financial resolution. >> baby steps is a good start. all right, jill schlesinger from new york city, jill, thank you so much. it is 5:41. the tension between cops and residents is at an all-time high across the nation. the unique way this cop is connecting with his community, next. ,,
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cartoons can finally settle down, after months in limbo. 5:44 on this thursday november 3. taking a look at our live weather camera featuring the bay bridge as seen from the transamerica pyramid. we are looking due east towards the estuary of oakland. it's going to be a pretty day with temperatures in the 60s and 70s. but there's a change in the weekend forecast you need to know about. we have those details. it's traffic and weather together in less than four minutes. thousands of cartoons will enter an art museum with a 10- year lease on beech street. they left soma after the rent was too high. but the beech street location is the right size to fit all the 7,000 pieces of cartoon art in the museum's permanent collection plus a classroom,
workshop and bookstore. you can visit the new museum this spring. in marin county, an elderly man wasn't sure where to spend his time after his wife died but eventually, he found peace at a public library. he decided one day to return the faye because simmer spent so many days reading papers at the larkspur branch, he reasoned, $2 million was about the right pricehe divided the money between the three public libraries in . were were weremarin county. employees say they will use it for educational programs and new technology. and the larkspur branch director plans to buy more books for zimmer's favorite section. >> we'll put more programming in books that he would approve of like mysteries. [ laughter ] >> before zimmer died last summer he also made sure seniors in san rafael didn't go hungry. so he donated to whistlestop which offers meals and transportation. . this week in san francisco some lucky techies are playing
videogames like never before. >> because the virtual reality developers conference is now under way and games with virtual reality show what's possible with these sleek headsets. some flashy cameras are stealing the spotlight. one has 21 cameras to record a 360-degree picture. a supporter says the device can help you appreciate moments from a new perspective. >> let's say you want to see your wedding. it's one thing to see what you and your wife was doing. but what about the reaction of the crowd, your friends and family? >> conference organizers are confident vr will go mainstream but that's probably 10 years away because of obstacles. in a seattle suburb one man in uniform is trying his best to connect with his community. and officer craig decided a good way to start is riding a skateboard. so he put on a helmet and headed to a local skatepark and day by day he started making
small talk with the kids who hung out there. along the way he bonded with adults he arrested. knew the community in bellevue, washington says they are glad he tried a novel approach to building trust. >> numerous times he took me to jail and i remember every time he would always try to engaging me and tell me good things and -- to encourage me and tell me good things and up lift me. >> you don't see cops in the community having fun. usually just arresting or pushing people. >> he spends time teaching music to children at a local youth center. he is a good trombone player. >> cop of the year. >> i thought that was amazing just numerous times he was arrested. that cop had really great conversations with him. inspired him. numerous times. >> let's go skate after you get out of jail. [ laughter ] >> it's important for them to create good bonds with the community. >> yeah. >> great job. >> that's cool. >> and he has some skills.
>> yeah. >> on that skateboard. >> and the trombone. let's check the traffic. we have a new situation here. westbound 80 at the 780 connector a four-car crash blocking the left lane right now. cars driving in the area at 11 miles per hour so definitely causing some delays there. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. carquinez bridge along the eastshore freeway to the maze will take you 22 minutes and then once he get to the toll plaza, that should be about a 15- to 20-minute drive into downtown san francisco. moving over to the peninsula commute from hayward to foster city along the span of the san mateo bridge will take about 15 to 20 minutes, as well. so not too bad on the peninsula commute. and another story here at the altamont pass, we have cars driving at just about 20 miles per hour coming off 205 in tracy. north tracy boulevard to the pass will take you 33 minutes. it frees up through livermore, at the dublin interchange. live look at the slow traffic
here altamont pass to 680 will take 15 minutes. mass transit throughout the area, currently no delays to report. so that's good news. i'll send it to you. >> all right, roqui. thank you. i was trying to figure out if there's any kind of fog out there right now. golden gate bridge fog-free. in fact, we have clear conditions all around the bay area. but our temperatures in comparison to 24 hours ago, a couple of degrees warmer. we are going to pan out to have a warmer afternoon, as well. yesterday at this time it was 44 degrees. still you need a jacket out the door. upper 40s in the tri-valley and redwood city. otherwise san francisco and oakland in the mid-50s. here's what you need to know for this thursday. it's going to pan out to be a pretty autumn day, lots of blue skies, unlimited visibility. seasonal temperatures today friday and saturday. then we do have increasing clouds saturday night leading to a chance of rain overnight into sunday morning. this right here is cloud cover all associated with a completely different area of low pressure. it is producing some rain
showers off the northwest coast of california. satellite and radar this one supplied by goes west 10 indicates the low is there. high pressure is here. and this area of high pressure is encompassing the entire west coast providing us with this dry weather pattern. but with this current system just lurking off the seashore, it is generating some high swells and, in fact, national weather service has issued a high surf advisory in place today through tomorrow morning. we are talking about swells as tall as mountains. 20 to 27 feet. so obviously when that you have kind of swell, it will produce sneaker waves and rip currents. be mindful of that at the beaches. here's our futurecast. you can see the clouds all associated with that area of low pressure just off the coast of the bay area at this time. friday morning at this time, again pretty much cloud-free. then we see the return of the marine layer early saturday morning. the second system rolls in producing some cloud cover overnight on saturday. sun-up 7:38.
meanwhile san jose, by lunchtime today, temperatures gradually inching their way up into the 60s. then forecasting afternoon high at mineta international airport the official reporting station in san jose at 72. i'm going with 75 degrees in the rose garden district. also in willow glen into cupertino and campbell. 60s and 70s around the bay today, 70s inland. here's your extended forecast. slightly warmer on friday. we cloud up on saturday night. and remember on sunday, we set our clocks back one full hour to get ready for that raiders game on sunday night. that's your forecast for today. don't go away yet. we'll be right back after this brief time out. ,, with a break like this, we could do a cast or surgery.
whichever's faster. surgery means recovery time. a cast will get you back out there right away, but it's bulky. and can it take a beating? how did you break it again? roller derby. hip-checked. there's a rematch next week. snarling clementine has to be there. that's me. okay. so what color should the cast be? orange. orange is good. yeah, i like orange. it's kinda my thing. at john muir health, we know how big the little things can be. john muir health. be heard.
good morning. rise and shine! daylight saving time in most of the you have states begins in march and reverses in november. that would be this sunday. >> here's a look at the san mateo bridge. traffic is slowing down into the peninsula. we have a new crash to report west of the high-rise. we'll tell you about it coming up. talk about high expectations. facebook says that its revenue
soared by more than 50% in the last quarter and profit tripled. mostly because of mobile advertising. shares fell on the news because the pace of growth isn't sustainable. facebook also says that for the first time more than a billion people use the social media network every, single day. uber is trying to make it easier to find your friends. you can search for them. all you have to do is type in your friend's name from your contact list and the app will automatically find their location and send them a request. if they accept then uber will come pick you up and take you to them. the update is available in the next couple of weeks. nordstrom's says it will continue to sell ivanka trump's fashion line. a shopper started a petition asking the department store to take the line out of its stores. she says ivanka supports her father's campaign which is ultimately disrespectful to women allegedly. nordstrom officials said, it is not taking a political position. it goes on to say, its customers can make their own choices.
if you want to cash in on shopping deals ahead of the holiday rush, you're in luck. major retailers like walmart and amazon both started promoting black friday deals. you can take advantage of them now. according to a national retail federation survey, this year holiday gift sales in november and december are expected to top $55 billion. that means the average person will spend about $935 on everything for the holidays. well, it's no secret, south bay traffic is bad. well now a new study says it's worse in one major city. that city coming up. >> and a body is found on the campus of a north bay university. coming up, we'll tell you the few clues we have in this murder mystery. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
in just a few ho good morning, everyone. it's thursday, november 3. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. in just a few hours, crews will start digging through a crime scene at sonoma state university. a body was discovered on the campus yesterday. kpix 5's anne makovec is live on the scene with details. anne reporter: a disturbing discovery and a real mystery at this point. this is a small quiet campus in rohnert park. they don't city a lot of activity like this. but officers have been on scene here all night. they have part of the parking lot behind me blocked off. they are making sure nobody can come in and disturb this scene before they have the chance to find more clues. investigators will be back out here at 8 a.m. a landscaper made this discovery yesterday afternoon of a partially buried body found in this wooded area. officers say that given the condition of that body, it seems like somebody who died recently. and today they hope to find out more. >> crime scene investigators will come out with our violent crimes detectives and they will start slow methodical