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sunshine, things don't warm up much but at least it will be sunny and we'll keep everything in what would be normal for march but a little weird for may. temperatures in the 60s through next week and a little shot of showers coming in perhaps on tuesday. stay tuned! that's weather. here's traffic with jaclyn. >> hey, good morning. you know what else at 5 a.m.? we are tracking pretty light conditions. however, we do have a few slowdowns if you are heading over to the bay bridge eastbound, say out of san francisco over to oakland, you may experience some slowdowns on the lower deck which looks like caltrans has some overnight roadwork three left lanes closed at this time and looks like they will be re- opening those in the next 30 minutes or so. so we're starting to see yellow sensors light up our screen there. we'll take it over to 880 -- or excuse me, 580 as you make your approach towards 680, the headlights making their way westbound, 25-minute ride from 205 out to the dublin- pleasanton interchange.
back to you guys. this morning, the department of homeland security is close to announcing and expanded ban on electronics carried onto planes. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at sfo this morning where the ban could apply to all flights from europe to the united states. anne. >> reporter: yeah. that is a long time to be without a computer these days. this ban would apply to anything larger than a cell phone. it would mean that you would have to check those items laptops and the mini little i don't know what do you call them, notebooks. notebooks. those would all need to be in your checked luggage. u.s. officials began discussing it following the laptop bombing on a somali airliner last year. airlines working with the department of homeland security to discuss this issue but they have expressed concerns about the impact it could have on passengers, especially business travelers. currently the ban applies to people traveling from ten airports in eight countries in the middle east and north africa. but this expansion would be
huge. it would apply to all passengers leaving europe and the uk on any flight bound for the u.s. so the homeland security secretary is going to be on capitol hill today starting these discussions with lawmakers. live at sfo, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> how likely is this ban to be to pass? >> reporter: aviation experts said it's likely but no decision is going to be made today. so this is going to be part of an ongoing process. the director of the department of homeland security tweeted this morning that basically everything is going to be taken under consideration. but the main concern here is threats. and they are trying to thwart them as best as possible. >> thank you. the senate committee looking into russia's attempts to influence the presidential election meets later this morning a day after issuing a subpoena to the president's former national security adviser. lawmakers are seeking any documents related to the investigation which michael flynn has yet to turn over. president trump fired him in
the wake of his conversations with russia's ambassador. flynn is also under investigation for business dealings he had with clients tied to foreign governments. later this morning, the senate intelligence committee will hear from acting fbi director andrew mccain. national intelligence director dan coats and cia director mike pomp year today is the 23rd annual "bike to work" day. thousands will biking would work. jackie ward is live in san francisco with a look at where those biking can stop to fuel up. jackie. >> reporter: michelle, 100,000 people are expected to participate in today's "bike to work" day all nine counties joining in on this day. and they will all have energizing stations so we are outside the ferry building where they will have one set up at 6:30 a.m. but yesterday we spoke to a man treating this like any other day dr. paul carpenter and for the last 30 years he has been the department of kinesiology
in cal state east bay riding his bike to work. he rarely takes the shortest most direct route and averages 50 miles a day. >> people should give it a try. it's not as arduous as people think and with a bit of preparation anyone can get out and do a few miles. it's about getting out and being active and enjoying the day. and getting yourself moving. >> reporter: bike to work organizers say that more than one million people in the bay area live within five miles of their workplaces. that's what they consider an ideal distance for bicycling but according to the 2013 american community survey only 62,000 residents use their bikes as a way to get to work. so back out here in front of the ferry building, those energizer stations will have snacks, drinks and other stuff for people who are riding their bikes to work. they will even have what they are calling bike doctors on hand to give your bike a check- up. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. oakland's raiderettes are
sharing a settlement in the long running battle over wages. nearly 100 raiderettes will split a $1.25 million payout. two raiders cheerleaders filed a class action lawsuit claiming that the team failed to pay minimum wage and overtime. they also claim that the team did not reimburse them in expenses from 2010 to 2014. some women who danced for multiple seasons will receive more than $20,000. today is national mama's bailout day. it's an effort to reunite mothers with their children even if they cannot afford bail. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in oakland with more on that campaign. jessica. >> reporter: michelle, advocates are using mother's day as a way to highlight why they believe california badly needs bail reform. today here at the alameda county courthouse, advocates llgath for a rally and they say their whole goal is to reunite as many women in jail with their children as possible p again, you mentioned they are calling it national mama's bailout day campaign.
more than a dozen local and national groups will post bail for as many black women as possible who would otherwise spend mother's day in jail because they are unable to afford bail. the campaign is supporting california's bail reform act. if passed the legislation would eliminate the requirement for nonviolent offenders to post bail. supporters of the bill say thousands of people remain in jail because they can't afford to post their bail. according to state data, 63% of those end every in county jails have not been convicted of a crime and are being held awaiting trial. >> money bail is a problem because it targets poor people p it targets people of color and it puts us in a position where we cannot fight our cases. >> reporter: of course, there is opposition to that bill. some of the opponents say it's similar to a controversial new jersey plan where there have been reports of offenders
committing crimes while out on free bail. now, the alameda county public defender will join those people here at the alameda county courthouse. that rally for those women in jail begins at 10:30 a.m. live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. oakland police are looking for the man who reportedly tried to kidnap a 10-year-old boy. it happened outside the boy's home near 45th and broadway. this was around 9 a.m. on tuesday night. the man reportedly walked up to him and grabbed him. the boy was able to break free and ran inside for help. the suspect ran off according to authorities. there's not much of a description other than he had a large build and he was wearing a gray hoodie and jeans. time now is 5:07. some south bay students are preparing to save lives. the program that will have them ready to jump into action at a moment's notice. >> and why more and more singles are seeking the perfect match. you're taking a hard look in the mirror. >> hm. big chill on the bay area.
numbers today manage only mid- 60s in the warmest spots. and even a chance of rain coming in later in the bay area. we'll talk about that in the forecast. >> and a few new hot spots, an accident along southbound 680 causing some slowdowns. we'll have the details and what that backup looks like coming up. ,,,,,,
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california governor jerry brown is planning to reveal his hi, welcome back. look, the transamerica pyramid with clouds in the background, a chill in the air. temperatures 10 degrees below average. but we'll have good news for the weekend. but first, ladies and gentlemen, michelle griego! thank you for that introduction. california governor jerry brown is planning to reveal his revised state budget proposal at 10 a.m. it will launch a five-week sprint to the finish line for state lawmakers who face a june 15 deadline to pass a budget. some south bay teachers are on a mission to instruct every student in the santa clara public school system how to save lives. >> cabrillo middle school is this week's "cool school." ♪[ music ] >> reporter: listen carefully to the sound. [ yelling ] >> basically tells you, like, if you are pushing hard enough or if you need to push harder. if you click you're pushing
hard enough which is about 2 inches deep. >> down, down, down ... >> reporter: instead of teaching mouth-to-mouth cpr, school administrators have implemented a hands-only training course to all 940 students at cabrillo middle school. >> they are willing to cross that line to be able to help someone who can't help himself and knowing that you don't have to do mouth-to-mouth and just pressing hard and fast. >> if there's ever an emergency, like, i know what to do, i'm prepared and i know how to potentially save someone's life. >> you also have the music staying alive. >> it's the tempo of the song, one, two, three, four. >> ah, ah, ah, ah, staying alive, staying alive. >> reporter: staying alive is the goal. and to instruct all 15,000-plus students in the santa clara public school system and for the students to share that knowledge with friends and family. >> how practical physical education instruction is from taking care of yourself and
other people and to all the way to saving their lives. >> keep going! don't stop! >> reporter: not too long ago, christa a custodian from the district collapsed at work when one of the parents jumped in to help. >> we became friends and so he calls me his lifesaver and i call him life saved. and we kind of have a friendship now as a result of that. >> i'm just very fortunate to be alive and cpr and rapid response by a parent at the school and the santa clara fire department saved my life. >> this all started with a student project about 10 years ago and now it's blossomed into this district program thanks to andy scott and dedicated teachers there. >> that's a great skill to learn. and never too young to save a life. >> yeah. and now you know that song "staying alive" and now you can do that. >> now i know that, thanks. very educational, kenny. hat's cool about your school
? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we may feature your school on the show. time to see what's trending . time check 5:14. let's check the roads with jaclyn. >> good morning. and we were tracking an earlier accident on southbound 680 near sunol. looks like a guy was changing his tire and got hit. so emergency crews on the scene. they have cleared those lanes. and speeds are back at the limit. you may see flashing lights in the area. we are tracking slowdowns from tracy to livermore, westbound 580 sluggish as you make your way on over to 680. but we're in the yellow, no signs of red just yet, 24- minute ride as you head over to the dublin-pleasanton interchange there. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, looking pretty good, quiet. in the green still under 20
minutes from the maze to downtown san francisco. here's a quick check of some other bay area majors. your ride heading out of antioch, along highway 4 looking good and interstate 80 the eastshore freeway moving right at the limit. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you, jaclyn. we are starting out with mostly cloudy skies around the bay area and the winds not as bad as they have been. but still, when you have an ocean breeze that's so cool and a 15-mile-an-hour wind, it's bone-chilling! at least by california standards. as we look out over aquatic park and the bay shoreline, and the numbers right now, 55 degrees at concord and 53 degrees in san francisco. this morning we are beginning with readings mostly in the low 50s. by the time we hit sun-up just after 6 a.m. afternoon highs doesn't get much better. mid-60s in the warm spots in much of the bay area and here's why. low pressure that's up in the gulf of alaska is keeping things mighty cool and not just for the short term. this is going to be with us for the next seven to 10 days and that ocean temperature 48
degrees unusually cool. futurecast shows that we get a few low clouds today. so things are not looking too terribly sunny and tomorrow morning, a return of low clouds. this is the futurecast for tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. now, the day goes on tomorrow and finally will pop the low clouds, we'll see more sun. the cold front goes through and then saturday morning not bad. the point of this is to say that today we are going to get clouds and then and chance of showers next week by tuesday. maybe. clouds today, more sunshine into the weekend. today will be partly cloudy and cool. a little more sun on friday and on saturday, won't be warmer. then rain on tuesday, at least a chance. we shall see. heading out of the bay area, partly cloudy skies today, west-southwest winds at 20 and clouds around. temperatures at the airport 66 degrees. rain seattle as per usual up there in fungus corners.
in chicago, partly cloudy skies. in los angeles, sunshine and 71. new york 62. back in the bay area we are going to be looking for numbers chilly. but not too terribly bad with readings improving as we get into the weekend. in the extended forecast, we are going to be looking for numbers to be mostly in the mid-60s. not just today and not just tomorrow but all the way through the early part of next week. and then again on tuesday there's that chance. i'm not going to put any rain in on tuesday because it's a long way between now and then. suffice it to say between now and then, it will be chilly, not a lot of sun today, more sun as we get into the weekend and then next week, we'll continue cool and maybe a little wet. now, the pride of denver, the newscasters since the age of 11, here's michelle griego. >> i love this, brian! you can come back anytime! trending today, could the rock become the president? the actor says he would seriously consider running. he talked about it in his new "gq" cover issue. the topic first came up about a year ago but he says he has
been thinking about it ever since. he promises he would bring better leadership. it's unclear which party he would go with because he doesn't identify as either democrat or republican. a new relationship trend is going global. it's called sologamy. it's within someone marries himself. -- it's where someone marries himself. >> i choose you today. >> meaning me. >> they call themselves that because they are tired of people asking why they're single. the movement is going viral and now companies are trying to capitalize. the man in san francisco created a website called, i married me.com. >> something that's becoming more and more understood and more and more accepted. it's not just something that is a phase or fad. >> on the website, you will find sologamy kids with a wedding band, daily affirmation cards and vows. and finally trending today, huck the roof dog. he is making his rounds on
social media after neighbors captured these pictures. he apparently found his favorite spot on top of the house in texas. his owners posted this note, do not be alarmed. huckleberry is living up to his name and jumped to the roof from the backyard. we always have an eye on him from the house. he will not jump off unless you entice him with food or a ball. the reason he sits up there, apparently there's a dog across the street he could only see from the roof. makes sense to me. and i'm dennis o'donnell. coming up, the giants loaded the bases twice yesterday again, the mets but! did they light up the scoreboard? and the a's inching closer and closer to that .500 mark. the latest from the coliseum when we come back. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good morning. a live look at your ride headed along i-580. this is from 205 out towards 680. just under a 30-minute ride. headlights westbound as you head out to the dublin- pleasanton interchange there. we are starting to see a few brake lights for drivers out of antioch along westbound highway 4. we will have a full check on traffic coming up. first here's sports. good morning, everybody. the giants have lost 133 consecutive games when trailing after eight innings. so the comeback kids? they are not. buster posey homered for the thirst straight game but
probably pulled his hair out in his 6th. no out justin ruggiano brings home a run on a sac. fly. christian arroyo gets cut down at the plate for the second out. then michael moore strikes out. they get just one run with the bases juiced! but tied at 3 in the ninth, a bases-loaded situation arroyo into the gap for a three-run triple. breaking news this morning! the giants rally in the ninth and win a baseball game. 6-5 the final. no need for a nap at the coliseum when you have cotton candy. angels 1-0 on the a's in the fifth. but the a's have a any tool in the toolbox. you can see the pour tool. chad pender. second basement. two-run shot made a winner of andrew trig. the a's are just two games below .500. they have won two straight ear ris. a high school city
championship. 2-0 the final lowell wins over washington, their 20th straight city title. >> warriors don't play tonight but the spurs and rockets do. and if the spurs win that game, that means the game one of the western conference finals would be sunday in oakland. so stay tuned for that. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. ♪[ music ] all right. let's check out the play of the day. major league baseball rockies and cubs at coors field. let's take a look. [ play-by-play ] >> wide to right, what a play! >> rockies right fielder carlos gonzalez getting a tip of the hat from his pitcher from a driving grab. rocky get the rare shutout in denver thanks in part to that play of the day. the rules on carry-on electronics on airplanes could be changing. we'll hear what some passengers have to say next.
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♪ to more doubts about the white house's explanation for his dismissal. weather ad libs traffic ad libs emerging details on the fire of fbi director james comey led to more doubts about the white house's explanation for his firing. >> good thursday morning. we are starting out with clouds and we'll finish are clouds, too. unusually cool temperatures only in the 60s today and chance of rain. we'll have details with weather. >> thursday morning commute, starting off a little sluggish. we are tracking some slowdowns due to an accident along 680. we'll have the details and the backup coming up. good morning, it's thursday, may 11. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's start with a live
look at sfo this morning where new restrictions on international travel could leave some passengers without their electronics during flights. kpix 5's anne makovec reports on the anticipated changes live from sfo this morning. anne? >> reporter: there is talk of banning anything larger than a cell phone from being in the cabin of any trans-atlantic flight that is bound for the u.s. so the department of homeland security secretary is heading to capitol hill today to discuss that with lawmakers. the current ban is in place since march applying to people traveling from 10 airports in eight countries in the middle east and north africa. this expansion applies to passengers leaving europe and the uk on flights bound for the u.s. airlines have been working with the department of homeland security to discuss this for several weeks. but they have expressed some concern about the impact it
could have on passengers especially business travelers. >> eight hours i'm interrupted by phone and be able to just be connected to your laptop to do what you need to do i think is a great option. >> it's necessary for safety. i wouldn't disagree. i want to be safe when i'm flying. that's number one. >> reporter: u.s. officials begin discussing this following the laptop bombing on a somali airliner last year. now, while the dhs secretary is going to be on capitol hill today, no final decision on this is expected for at least a few weeks. live at sfo, anne makevoc, kpix 5. >> when could this ban go into effect? >> reporter: like i said, the decision won't be made for a few weeks. and then after that, we're not sure. but, you know, when they took the first block of countries with the ban in place in march there was a lot of criticism
about not giving airlines enough time to prepare. only 96 hours. so it would be more than that given the larger scale involved here. back to you. >> thank you. happening today, cyclists from around the world will look to make their commutes count. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in san francisco with more on "bike to work" day. >> reporter: kenny, it's turning out to be a refreshing start to the day for "bike to work" day. i don't have a head lamp so it was a little too dark for me to get out and bike to the station this morning but one man we know does it every day. and he has been doing it for the last 30 years. we're talking about dr. paul carpenter. he works at cal state east bay. and he is a professor of kinesiology there. he says after being in a minor motorcycle accident in the '80s he said he would give his bike a try and he kept it going from there. >> i rarely take the direct shortest route. i enjoy being out on the bike and it's also training because i take part in competitive events, long distance events.
>> reporter: we are talking really long distance events. he says he competes in rides that are 900 miles long which means he likes to do a couple of 500-mile training rides to prepare so that's a 3 2-hour bike ride he told me. that kind of mileage is not what today is about though. organizers of the event are encouraging people to get out on your bike even if you are only commuting a few miles. so what they're calling energizer stations will be set up in all nine counties of the bay area. so up and down the peninsula and in the east bay. 26 in san francisco alone. and we are standing outside of the ferry building where one will open at 6:30 a.m. the rest are expected to open either at 6:30 or 7:00. in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. that's cool. we just saw somebody go on his bicycle right through jackie ward's live shot. they are starting already. >> everybody onset who rode their bikes to work today, raise their hand. [ pause ] >> no. >> i used to ride my bike to work. i used to bike 45 minutes to and back but not in san
francisco. this was in hawaii. the weather was a little warmer out there. >> kenny can do that for years and years. but it's a little different here. good morning. ann notarangelo my coanchor for a long time, she is watching and wishing she could come back. all is forgiven, ann. come home. [ laughter ] mostly cloudy skies around the bay area as we look toward the embarcadero. numbers now mostly in the mid- 50s. concord it is 55. san francisco 53. and in santa rosa, 50 degrees and here's how it looks high atop the west coast. chilly ocean breezes with a sea temperature of 50 degrees. combined with westerly winds coming in off the pacific and it's keister-freezing weather, ladies and gentlemen! today will be rather cloudy, north bay sprinkles are a possibility. sunnier but a little chilly on friday and saturday. so more sun tomorrow, more sun on saturday. today not so much and a chance of showers come in on tuesday. here's the forecast. numbers will be mostly in the low to mid-60s today.
a little warmer in the south bay. extended forecast we are going to be looking for readings to change not very much. but increasing sunshine a bit for friday, saturday and sunday. we'll cloud up again next week. so bundle up a bit today. jaclyn? thank you, brian. right now we are tracking an earlier accident and it's still causing delays. this is along southbound 680 as you approach highway 84. now, traffic is backed up to sunol at this point. it's not blocking lanes but emergency crews are on the scene. you will see flashing lights making your way through that stretch this morning and be prepared for speeds to drop below 25 miles per hour. that's the cruising speed. westbound 580 an earlier accident in livermore is over on the shoulder now. 25-minute ride from 205 out towards 680. the metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza and first reports of a crash, right near those metering lights. so do expect delays there. back to you.
acting fbi director andrew mccabe testifies before the senate intelligence committee today in place of his former boss james comey. the committee is looking into russian interference in the 2016 election. the white house has said comey's handling of hillary clinton's email scandal is the reason for his termination. democrats maintain that it's all a cover-up. they point to reports that comey had asked the deputy attorney general for more resources for the fbi's investigation into possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia. at least one republican house oversight committee chairman jason chaifetz wants the justice department to expand its probe into the events surrounding the 2016 election to include comey's firing. yesterday, protestors gathered outside senator dianne feinstein's office in san francisco calling for the impeachment of president trump in the wake of comey's dismissal. there's a push to make sure women who are in jail get to spend mother's day with their children. it's part of a campaign called
mama's bailout day. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in oakland with details. jessica. michelle, today advocates are using mother's day as a way to highlight why they claim california needs bail reform. they say their whole goal today will be to post bail for as many black women as possible reuniting them with their children, they are calling it mama's bailout day campaign. they will be gathered here at the alameda county courthouse. more than a dozen local and national groups will post bail for as many black women as possible who would otherwise spend mother's day in jail because they are unable to afford bail. the campaign is supporting california's bail reform act. if passed, that legislation would eliminate the bail requirement for nonviolent offenders. supporters of the bill say thousands of people remain in jail because they can't make bail. according to the state data, 63% of those in county jails
have not been convicted of a crime and are held awaiting trial. one of the groups involved is called effie justice group. they put out a video advocating for criminal justice reform. >> mass incarceration is a human rights issue. it is a race justice issue. it is an economic issue. and it's a woman's issue. >> reporter: opponents of the bail reform bill say it's similar to a controversial new jersey plan where there have been reports of offenders committing crimes out on free bail. the alameda county public defender will be joining these groups here at the alameda county courthouse and that rally for these mothers begins here at 10:30 a.m. live in oakland, jessica flores, kpix 5. the next round of college grads is getting ready to enter the workforce. they might be wondering how to manage their financial lives. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger is here to explain how to take control and get off the parents' payrolls. so jill, how should grads start? >> reporter: we want to help them begin with a financial
plan. hopefully the first of many financial plans. and that's connected to cash flow. this is not a budget, okay? it's a process. it allows you to track what's coming in and going out. it's really a way to find the money to fund surveyor just financial goals. now, most banks offer apps to help you out. you can try mint, digit, or you need a budget. next build a balance sheet to understand what you own, your assets, and what you oh, liabilities. and, of course, we want to get you in the habit of checking your credit reports, annualcreditreport.com. if you find a mistake, do notify the credit reporting agency. stay on top of this because we need those errors to be removed. >> all right, jill. 70% of college grads have student loans so how should they manage that debt? >> reporter: well, i think we need a strategy, right? and it starts with that balance sheet i just spoke about. you're going to take the liability side which you oh, you expand it. so write down each loan, each college loan and have a
separate line item. it's interest-free. the payment amount -- its interest rate. the payment amount. and note whether it's a federal or private loan. this has a nice benefit and gets the kids wrapping their arms around what's out there, right? if you think it's going to be hard to meet your payments, please do. check out whether or not you qualify for a federal loan alternative repayment plan. go to studentaid.ed.gov for federal lines only. if you are making money, this is exciting, try to make extra payments towards the highest interest debt. work your way down and this will help you accelerate your payoff time. now, if you are heading to grad school, remember, you may be able to postpone or defer your education loan payments. be careful, though. examiners at the consumer financial protection bureau have found that some student loan servicers, they are acting on incorrect information. they don't know you have deferred it, right? so because of these errors a lot of students are spending time trying to reverse erroneous charges.
for more money tips for you 2017 grads and including, yes, retirement planning in your 20s, go to jillonmoney.com. >> always start thinking about retirement in that plan. all right, jill schlesinger this morning, thank you. ♪[ music ] 5:40. a man falls into a coma after a brawl at a bay area wedding reception. we'll hear from the owner of the venue. >> and a huge boost to the effort to put a stop to the string of shootings on east bay freeways. ♪[ music ] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
in just a few minutes. a wedding ends with a massive brawl that left one person in a hello, hi, welcome back. a view along the embarcadero toward the ferry building which has been standing there since 1898, good heavens. on this "bike to work" day, cloudy and cool, not bad for a bike ride. and more sunshine coming in
tomorrow. and the complete forecast in just a few minutes. jaclyn? i'll take it brian. thank you. a wedding ends with a massive brawl that left one person in a coma and another with critical injuries. now we're hearing from the owner of the facility where the reception happened. the fight broke out at the royal palace banquet hall on stevenson boulevard in fremont. [ screaming and cursing ] >> the crowd started brawling in the parking lot outside the hall. the bride said the owner agreed to provide seven security guards. the owner and his manager admit they could only hire two. but they say their security guards are only expected to watch the inside of the building. they say when one of the guards went outside, he got punched, as well. the men say the brawl was so big, even police had a hard time getting things under control. >> i completely agree, you know, that we had some security issues. but even though if we would have had seven or eight or 15 security guards inside the building, they were not meant
to be outside in the parking lot. you know, um, with this kind of fight. >> the bride blamed wedding crashers for the fight but the owner said the wedding party fought two days before the big day when it finally came to a head investigators arrested one man. the bride and groom didn't return our calls. state officials are trying to stop freeway shootings. the transportation department just pledged funding to install and monitor surveillance cameras along highway 4 and interstate 80. in the past year and a half, there have been 87 freeway shootings. this would be the first state funded project of its kind in california. the warriors are holding a giveaway to help fans show their support during their run to another title. >> the team is handing out warriors car flags today and tomorrow. >> that's right. golden state has declared tomorrow car flag friday. get a free flag at the warriors team store at oracle or in walnut creek. they are also available at dunk contest stores in san mateo and
burlingame but only while supplies last. warriors acting head coach mike brown discussed what it means to see such passionate fans all over the bay area. >> it's amazing seeing, you know, a ton of different cars some of them have two or four flags flying on their cars. but seeing those go down the street, it really gets you in the spirit of what we're doing and we appreciate the fan support all the time. >> we love the warriors. the "dubs" are waiting the winner of the rockets and spurs series. if san antonio closes it out tonight, game one is sunday at oracle. otherwise the western conference finals will likely start next tuesday. brian hackney is a huge basketball fan, right? >> yes. >> warriors fan. >> oh, yes. >> should be harder for the warriors to bring out the broom in the concern conference finals. the spurs and rockets are pretty good. >> that's the nature of the futures. you're up against tough teams and sweeps are so boring. >> you want it to go to game 7, right? >> why not? >> well, i always say get it
over with. >> no, no. >> i would say get it over with get the wins, let's do it. >> get it done. let's take it over to traffic. we are tracking problems for drivers heading out on the roads this morning. a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza here in the red, making your way from the maze into downtown san francisco, that's because we have an accident just past the metering lights. it has one lane blocked so that's definitely causing some delays. we're also tracking a couple of problems on 680. if you are heading in that southbound direction, you'll be tapping on those brakes all the way from sunol boulevard to highway 84. this is all due to an injury crash. emergency crews remain on the scene. give yourself some extra time or you can always use 880 as an alternate, which is good and at the limit. westbound 580 from 205 towards 680, 30 minutes. highway 4 in the green 35 minutes from antioch to
hercules and the eastshore freeway still looking good as you make your way over to the toll plaza. then it's "slow, stop, go" into san francisco. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. i think it sounds like a good idea to check the forecast as we have a few clouds in the bay area. the winds have abated a bit at least but it's going to be a chilly day in the bay area. the coolest day of the week a little bit of fog and low clouds near the shoreline as we look toward coit tower and angel island in the distance and alcatraz. concord right now 55 degrees. there's oakland at 57 and livermore 53 degrees. san jose has 56. this morning, there will be clouds around and temperatures no better in the early going than the low 50s and from there, they don't improve much. that's because we have this big area of cold low pressure that's over the gulf of alaska. it's sunk the jet stream to the latitude of the bay area. and with a cold ocean breeze, cold ocean temperatures, combination means that we are going to be 10 to 15 degrees
below average. and after this, by tuesday, that low is going to sink into the pacific northwest and spread at least a chance of showers in the early going next week into the bay area. we'll stay tuned on that. in the meantime for today it will be partly cloudy and cool. a little more sun for tomorrow. and for saturday. and then a chance of rain on tuesday. yup. afraid so. heading out of the bay area today, san francisco at the airport partly cloudy and west- southwest winds at 20. the high will be 66 degrees with partly cloudy skies. rain for seattle and chicago has partly cloudy skies. los angeles plenty of sunshine in the southland. and in new york, partly cloudy and 62 degrees. high temperatures today, 58 in san francisco. 6 degrees below average there. concord well behind its average reading of 75. just 66 for concord today. san jose 68. oakland 60. we'll do the rest of it by the numbers in the south bay, the best we'll do is mid- to upper 60s. still pleasant enough. over by the shoreline, 56 at
half moon bay and 57 at pacifica. over in the east bay today we'll be in the mid-60s for the most part with increasing sunshine as the day goes on. but we'll have to wait for t north bay cool, low to mid- 60s. right along the shoreline will be only in the mid-50s and up north, temperatures low 60s from ukiah to lakeport and clearlake. saint helena today 66 degrees. the extended forecast we are going to be going with the usual low clouds along lot shoreline with increasing sun in the afternoon. and more sun for friday and for saturday and for sunday. but the early part of next week as that low approaches we'll cloud up again and a sprinkle or two on tuesday. that bears watching and maybe wednesday temperatures will get a little bit of a bump. so all in all, not too bad. michelle? thank you, brian. time now 5:49. hundreds of bay area drivers are getting rebates on red light tickets but they won't be getting all their money back. >> and it was a cold reception for the education secretary as
apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo. hello, hi, welcome back. we are starting out with cloudy skies in the bay area. out the door the numbers in the low 50s but take heart, we'll recover into the low to mid-
60s. but more sunshine is on the way for the weekend. more coming up. a lot of brake lights if you are heading out on the roads right now. we are tracking a couple hot spots including the bay bridge toll plaza. the usual slowdowns plus some accidents. details coming up. the u.s. education secretary got the cold shoulder as she delivered the commencement address at a black college in florida. >> i am honored to become a wildcat. [ booing ] >> students at bassoon cook man university in daytona booed and jeered betsy devos as she took the stage. the university president even threatened to kick them out and mail them their diplomas if they didn't show her respect. many graduates responded by turning their backs to her during her speech. one student was removed. devos offended some this year when she called black colleges the real pioneers of school choice. those schools were only created because black students weren't allowed to attend white
schools. after a national search the oakland school board picked a city native and long-time employee to serve as superintendent. tyler johnson tramel is now the district's interim deputy superintendent. she was selected from dozens of applicants and is the finalist. she will help steer the district through its budget crisis. and ac transit will keep buses running to oakland hills schools. last night, board members voted to approve a funding extension for another year. the transit agency did not give specifics about the extension but says ousc contributed money and made changes to schools' schedules for efficiency. hundreds of drivers fined for running red lights in fremont are getting refunds. they were given tickets. now nearly 600 drivers will get back about $150 which is the city's portion of the revenue. earlier this year kpix 5 found that the yellow light timing was shorter at two intersections on mowry avenue leading to an increase in red
light citations. the city started sending out the rebates yesterday. hundreds of visitors are flocking to yosemite a record snowpack creating an amazing show. all that snow is melting and creating massive waterfalls. in fact, some areas that have been dry for years are now seeing temporary falls. they only come about when there's enough water. officials say you can see them for about another month. time now 5:55. in the next half-hour, james comey is breaking his silence. the fbi director's first comments since his firing. how president trump is did he sex offenderring the decision and the rare reaction from russian president vladimir putin. >> reporter: and if you like using your laptop on an airplane, you might want to enjoy it while you can. the rules could be changing. we'll tell you what flights they would apply to next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, [ whistles ]
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documents from the former national security adviser. how president trump is slamming his as the russia meddling probe pushes on a senate panel subpoenas documents from the former national security adviser? >> how president trump is slamming democrats to criticized his firing of the fbi director with their own words. >> plus, where the u.s. is considering expanding a ban on carry on electronics. >> good morning, it's thursday, may 11. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. we are tracking traffic and weather. jaclyn? >> reporter: good morning. do you guys know anybody who is going to bike to work today? >> no. [ laughter ] >> well, couple of people in our newsroom do. >> yeah. coworkers of ours later on this morning. >> we should all go and shake their hands afterwards! >> give them a high five. >> big hug. >> it's the 23rd annual "bike to work" day in the bay area. so if you would like to do that, you can participate in that. we are tracking some slowdowns for drivers making their way
through the south bay. accident northbound 101 near 680. two-car accident, speeds drop below 20 miles per hour. that's their cruising speed. tracking delays southbound 680 right at highway 84 an injury crash traffic backed up beyond sunol boulevard inching closer to 580 at this point. so if you would like to use 880 as an alternate route, still moving a little bit quicker but starting to see more cars join the thursday morning commute. 880 still moving well in both directions making your way through oakland. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you, jaclyn. good morning to you on this fine thursday morning. we have mostly cloudy skies to begin the day and that's how we're going to finish the day, too. beautiful san francisco bay and beyond, which is an estuary. we'll explain later but concord right now 55 degrees. oakland has 57. and in san jose, it's 56 degrees. here's how it looks from high atop this west coast. low pressure deep cold low, oh, unusual for this time of the ye