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slowdowns. and we're tracking a travel time clocking in about 20 minutes. that's the motorcycle crash that has a lane blocked. northbound 880 near 92. over to the bay bridge toll plaza, doesn't that look fun? that backup stretches to the foot of the maze and beyond along the eastshore freeway. it's creeping along the stretch. in the yellow 20 minutes from the maze into downtown san francisco. ha t's a check of your traffic; over to you. thanks, jaclyn. 6:00 straight up. good morning, everybody. rise and shine! wipe the sleep out of your eyes. it's fuzzy. we have gray conditions from the coast to the bay peninsula to much more inland areas. and in addition to that, it is
breezy outside. we have some winds up to 21 miles per hour. this is the scene looking out from mount vaca. this is one of the only areas i could pick up some clear skies. otherwise, overcast with areas of drizzle in throughout the tri-valley. oakland at 56. we have cloud cover back through alameda into berkeley and piedmont. meanwhile, the winds 17 at san francisco. west wind off the ocean to hayward at 20, lighter winds at santa clara valley, 14 san ramon valley, 13 antioch, 26- mile-per-hour winds at this very early hour in fairfield. consistent winds 10 to 20 increasing 20 to 30 towards sunset. here's a widespread deck of stratus moving inland 50 miles. no clearing at the coast or bay today. san francisco average high 65.
today 62. 57 degrees at rockaway beach. socked in in half moon bay at 58 through colma into daly city. 50s, 60s and 70s today. 77 in brentwood with sunshine through discovery bay. we'll have some partly cloudy skies throughout the tri- valley. pal degrees bodega bay no chance of sun there. showers back in the forecast. we'll talk about that coming up at 18 after the hour. fremont police are talking to witnesses who saw an officer- involved shooting yesterday afternoon. it happened at a shopping center on mowry avenue. the officer ran after a man who was seen threatening people with a metal pipe in the south parking lot. when he caught up to him, witnesses say that there was a confrontation and the suspect was shot. >> the officer was chasing the young black man and he was telling him to stop drop it.
stop. drop it. i'm like -- >> the suspect was responsive when he was taken to a trauma center. his current condition is unknown to us. oakland city council votes on a proposal to create a department whose sole purpose is to prevent violence. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in oakland on just how the plan aims to protect people. jessica. >> reporter: michelle, it's a growing debate at city hall. should they create a new department separate from law enforcement totally separate from the police department on reducing those violent crime rates? now we know oakland has dealt with this for quite some time. oakland has the highest per capita homicide rate of any major city in california. two council members want the city to create a department headed by a chief of violence prevention. the department's plan would be to bring gun violence down by 80% in three years. but a report from the city administrator's office says it
would increase administrative expenses. the mayor has already set aside an additional $1.5 million for 50 new police officers. but gibson mcelhaney says it's not enough. >> where was the advocacy from this mayor? these are the tools we need for dramatic results. they have been silent on that. >> reporter: currently city violence prevention programs are run by the department of human services. the folks who are backing this idea of a new department want human services to focus on other issues such as homelessness. oakland has had 88 homicide last year. today, the city council will take up the issue possibly today voting on whether or not to create this entirely new department to try to reduce violence in the city. reporting live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. white house communications dr. mike dubke is stepping down. he turned in his letter of resignation two weeks ago but
announced it this morning. he is denying any turmoil in the administration and says he is resigning for personal reasons. meanwhile, there is new information about possible ties between the trump administration and russia. cbs news confirms trump's son- in-law jared kushner discussed setting up a, quote, back channel for communications between the trump transition team and russian officials. president trump is defending kushner saying jared is doing a great job for the country and that he has total confidence in him. this morning, there are accusations that a texas lawmaker threatened to shoot one of his colleagues. it reportedly happened when protestors crashed over the state's sanctuary city bill. hena daniels has the latest. >> we are legal and here to stay! >> reporter: the drama happened on monday as they rallied against the sanctuary city bill signed into law by governor abbott this morning requiring local police departments to enforce federal immigration laws. [ screaming ]
>> reporter: as the crowd grew louder, republican representative the marin nadal hasan did i says he called ice on protestors claiming some had signs that read, i am illegal here to stay. >> he saw illegal. he hates them and wants them gone. >> reporter: that set off pushing and shoving among lawmakers on
the floor during which democrats say rinaldi threatened to shoot poncho fled the area var poncho nevarez after nevarez threatened his life. >> we have to hold politicians accountable. no charges were filed against any lawmaker involved. rinaldi is being protected by the texas department of public safety. hena daniels, cbs news. yesterday was the last day
of the texas legislative session. some lawmakers say that it was the result of several stressful weeks of hearings, debates and votes. new this morning, a hospital official in panama city confirms the country's former dictator manuel noriega cast dead. he died after several weeks from complications of brain surgery. today the pentagon is expected to test a new system that could shoot down a ballistic missile. it's in response to the recent threats from north korea. the intercepter missile will
be launched from vandenberg air force base in southern california one day after north korea launched a new type of ballistic missile. north korean state media says that kim jong-un is promising to develop more rockets. part of a new waterpark in dublin remains closed this morning. investigators are still trying to figure out how a young boy fell off a waterslide. it happened on saturday the day the park opened. state inspectors wouldn't go on camera but tell us they are
looking into how this occurred. they are also reviewing the manufacturer. >> this is not a custom slide made for the city of dublin. this is a slide that's part of an off the shelf slide. >> the slide was made by a company called whitewater west. it's unclear if there have been any other complaints about the slides. this is the pitch that led to the punched her around the world. the giants and nationals, the pitch cleared the benches. sandra osborne reports from the ballpark. >> reporter: kenny, fans are definitely going to be talking about this today as they head to at&t park for game 2 of a three-game series but let's go straight back to that video. i want you to see what happened in the 8th inning that led to those fireworks. the nationals a bruise harper [ laughter ] >> exchanging punters with giants pitcher hunter strickland after he hit him
with a 98-mile-an-hour fastball in the hip. both benches clear as harper throws his helmet and charges the mound. the two haven't faced each other since 2014 when harper hit two home runs off strickland. that was the national league division play-off. people here yesterday of course disagreeing on whether the pitch was intentional. >> my opinion i thought it probably wasn't. i didn't think it was hard enough to charge the mound. >> he hit him on purpose. >> reporter: strickland saying that that was not intentional. the giants manager, however, saying the whole thing was sad but he is glad no one got hurt. both strickland and harper were ejected. the nationals won the game. fans head back to at&t park today. they may be wondering what to expect as they watch game 2 of the series. live from at&t park, sandra osborne, kpix 5. it is 6:09. if you are in need of some vacation days, a new event, you will want to hear this. why some doctors say it could
be time to take the day off. >> oh, did somebody say day off?! we're going to take a day off from sunshine. hi there. we have may gray transitioning to "june gloom." and i'll tell you when to expect showers in the forecast. coming up. >> expect delays for your tuesday morning commute. we're tracking a couple of problems definitely slowing things down. it is slowing your commute down. find out coming up next after the break.
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conditions. the snag those skies will cause in your tuesday forecast. traffic and weather together in less than 4 minutes. the head of google may be working on a flying ship with a team working on a secret project at the nasa ames research center at a hangar. it's a luxurious air yacht. brin wants to fly friends and family around the world. he also wants to use it for humanitarian trips to deliver supplies and food to remote areas. he has uber trying to set up a network of cars by 2023. you have flying ships. you have jetsons meets peter pan? right? all at the same time. flying ships and flying cars. >> all right here in the bay area. >> all right here. >> and what happens when you you have low clouds and fog? >> visibility is low for the flying machines.
>> okay. >> big surprise. we're tracking an accident along southbound 680. an earlier crash still out there blocking a lane. this is right near stoneridge and you can see that traffic is backed up beyond 580 at this point. they are going to be in for under a 20-minute ride 580 down towards highway 84. as you head along 880, we're tracking delays from 238 to 84, a 17-minute ride. both are slow. over in oakland things are looking exceptional for your tuesday morning ride. lots of space between all the vehicles out there. no delays as you as you make your way northbound from 238 to the maze. still in the green under 25 minutes. bay bridge toll plaza, as per usual crowds forming. right now it's about 20 minutes from the maze into downtown san
francisco. we are starting to see a backup on the eastshore freeway as well as highway 24 and 580. busy day out there for your tuesday morning ride. in the red for 580 and bart reporting 10-minute delays systemwide due to a track problem in oakland. so plan accordingly. hat's a check of your traffic; over to youlet's check in with roberta. it was so windy when i was out for a walk with my dog. >> you know, it's going to be equally as windy today if not more so. this is our live weather camera with mostly cloudy skies from san francisco looking due east. you have there the port of oakland and bay waters, where a small craft advisory goes into place about high noon today for the very blustery conditions. meanwhile, let's take a look outside temperatures 49 in santa rosa to 56 in oakland. it's in the low 50s in san
francisco. weather watcher time! we have four weather watchers reporting in. all in the 50s and overcast. west winds at 17 in san francisco. 16 sfo with one-hour delays on some arriving flights. blustery at the coast. high winds in the santa clara valley into fremont, newark and union city, also tri-valley. but we pick up the winds in the san ramon valley and in antioch, pittsburg, pleasant hill through the brentwood area. 26 at fairfield. calm winds in santa rosa. winds up to 30 miles an hour this avenue. we have a deep marine layer at 2,000 feet deep producing drizzle inland to 50 miles.
satellite-radar suggests troughs queued up to push into the bay area. this afternoon partial inland clearing to full on cloud cover overnight into wednesday morning. tomorrow at this time showers south bay east bay no measurable precipitation anticipated. the trough will mix up the marine layer. we'll see earlier burnoff on thursday through the weekend. sunrise 5:50. sundown 8:24. smack in between, today really a seasonal spring day. average high in san francisco 64, going with 63. average high in san jose, 74, that's what's in the forecast today. 76 to 78 through healdsburg. mid-70s in the tri-valley.
temperatures steady through thursday, warm friday through ing friday through monday. the talk of the town, the san francisco giants, how can you lose a baseball game and be the talk of the town? we have brawl ball last night. well, today, we will have gio gonzalez my brother from another mother our former a's player, he is on the mound for the nationals. the shark on the mound for the giants. 60 degrees. go giants. >> go giants, roberta. a new report from uc researchers says we should be taking more vacation time. >> of course. a recent glass door survey says that less than one in four americans use all of their vacation days. are you one in four, michelle? >> no! yes! [ laughter ] >> doctors at uc-davis says is bad for health. people who skip vacations have stress, anxiety and
relationship problems. >> better chance to recover and to get yourself going again. >> it's a top benefit according to employees but we don't have conversations about it. so people don't feel like they are empowered to take the time off that they've earned. >> yeah. many workers say their biggest reason for not taking time off is guilt. according to the report, millennial women take the least amount of vacation and feel the most guilty when they do. good morning. it was the most talked about base-brawl of memorial day. giants and the nationals. a word from the combatants in that one in a jiffy. hat's cool ab out your school? email your nomination to us at email@example.com and we may feature your school on the show. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good morning, everybody. let's face it. hunter strickland and bryce harper are not besties. harper took him yard twice in the 2014 play-offs. and admired his shot. the giants well, they did win the world series that year but that wasn't enough for strickland. facing harper for the first time since, he let him have it. 98-mile-per-hour fastball. it was on. both got a punch in before benches cleared. my favorite, michael morse michael morse, jeff samardzija just colliding. strickland and harper were eject. ninth ejection for harper. and look here, three players to restrain strickland and get him off the field. nationals won 3-0. to the clubhouse. >> what kicks in when you see them coming after you with the helmet in his hand like that? >> protect yourself stand your ground. >> it's been three years and they won the world series and i wasn't thinking about it. i wasn't happy.
just took it into my hands and tried to go after him a little bit. american league top of the screen that's where the warriors will be in that building in a week. a's were in cleveland in the stadium against the indians. bottom 4th, daniel mengden served up it to encarnacion second back-to-back. indians won 5-3. the a's have lost three in a row. so the a's go against the indians later on today and the the giants and the nationals, will there be fireworks at at&t park tonight? we'll see you later. play of the day game one of the stanley cup final penguins and predators in pittsburg. -- in pittsburgh. time game with three minutes left in regulation. >> hits one back and carried in -- scores!! >> penguins didn't have a shot on goal for 37 minutes until that one went into the net .
harper is going to go out. and now we got a beef. >> fist flying at at&t park after a fastball nails a batter. the question this morning, did the pitcher do it on purpose? >> big backups in our state parks. what's likely to cause even more traffic jams this summer? >> it is extensive, expansive, widespread and producing drizzle. it is the marine layer! i'll talk about the impact on your tuesday. >> traffic jams over at the golden gate bridge. we're taking a look here and you can see traffic moving along just fine both directions but we are tracking delays for your tuesday morning. coming up in the first traffic report we'll have more on that. >> good morning, it's tuesday, may 30. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. all right. this is the pitch and the flurry of punches that everyone has been talking about. >> the vicious base-brawl between the giants and the nationals at at&t park cleared the benches. and it's a game fans for both
teams will never forget. >> kpix 5's sandra osborne is live in the ballpark this morning with the rest of the story. sandra. >> reporter: kenny, yeah, fans are additional going to be talking about that fight as they head back to at&t park. it's game 2 of a three-game series but first back to the moment in the 8th inning that led up to the fireworks. >> and the pitch. and he hits harper. >> reporter: that was a 98-mile- an-hour fastball from the giants pitcher. [ laughter ] >> reporter: hunter strickland hits the nationals' bryce bryce in the hip. he is not hurt. harper goes in not sure what his intention is exactly with the helmet before he throws it and the punches begin clearing both benches. the two haven't faced each other since 2014 when harper hit two home runs off strickland in the national league division play-offs. some now questioning if the pitch was intentional. strickland says it wasn't. or if harper was justified to charge the mound. >> if a guy hits you, holds a
grudge after three years, you do what you got to do. so yeah, i think he has every right in the world to go back at it reporter: the manager says it looks bad for strickland and harper, both ejected. yesterday the nationals won the game yesterday. by the way, the last time the benches cleared like that in a game with the giants, that was september of last year. the giants face off against the dodgers. live from at&t park, sandra osborne, kpix 5. >> so sandra, not too long ago. hey, have strickland or harper been ejected from games before? >> reporter: um, yes, for strickland this is his first- ever career ejection. however, for harper -- [ laughter ] >> -- this is definitely -- this is his ninth time being ejected from a game. as far as any punishment for all of this we don't have official word just yet but many think there will be a suspension in the future. the spectacular views at yosemite national park are hard
to find anywhere else in the world and good news travels fast. the park is now seeing a record number of tourists. people flock from all over to check out the massive falls created by this winter's rain. the crowds over the weekend made it a struggle for visitors to take in the sights. we wait for one hour and a half just to arrive to the falls from the point. it's the first time we have seen this in the national park. may typically kicks off a busy six months in yosemite. last year the park had a record attendance of more than 5 million visitors. >> i have been trying to get camping permits the entire year. they release a limited number of permits every month and it's hard to get. >> have you been there before? >> i did get one or two. so we'll be camping later in the year. >> you said at any time? >> no, so they release a certain amount every month and
that's for later on so they are going to release some probably mid-june for october and beyond. >> they do that same thing for climbing half dome and in 20 years i have only been accepted once so they had a heat wave and they canceled the climb. i'll still waiting to hear. it's very difficult. especially when you do have the record water flow for the waterfalls this season as we have but we also have a flood warning that remains in effect for the merced river at yesterday's check-in we were at 9 feet. flood stage is 10 feet through yosemite. so we'll keep a watchful eye on that. out the door we have gray skies right there over the bay waters small craft advisory in place. condensation on the camera lens is drizzle associated with the deep marine layer at sfo and that's the culprit causing delays of one hour on some arriving flights. 40s in santa rosa. 50s in san francisco and san jose where the winds have been slight all morning but around
the rim of the bay, i have been clocking winds from 16 to 20 including hayward. back through the san ramon valley at 14 to concord at 17. 13 antioch. 26 in the fairfield area. 11 in vallejo. robust onshore "pushhhh" associated with this expansive widespread deck of low clouds and fog roughly 2,000 feet deep pushing inland at least 60 miles. don't bank on any sunshine at the beaches today in the 50s. 60s in san francisco and throughout much of the lip of the bay. 70s will be common around the peninsula back through san jose. which typically we should be at 74 this time of the year and bingo that's what's in the forecast. we should be in the mid-70s throughout the tri-valley. bam! that's what you have, as well. so seasonal late spring day, may gray. transitioning to "june gloom." full forecast at 48 after the hour. but let's send it over to a busy jaclyn. >> and it's busy out on the
roads. we are tracking delays along 101 if you are heading to the south bay, we'll continue to see the traffic building up along northbound 101 from tennant t cochran. it's 15 minutes, no accidents. an earlier crash southbound 680 near stoneridge, traffic is backed up beyond 580. it's 20 minutes from 580 to 84. over at 880 that doesn't look any better. so that would not be your greatest alternate this morning. 22 minutes in that southbound direction. and san mateo bridge getting pretty crowded as well as the richmond/san rafael bridge. you can see this is backed up over at the toll plaza. headlights on the left side of the screen moving in the westbound direction from the parkway to the west end of the bridge an 8-minute ride. bay bridge toll plaza, 26 minutes in the red just what you expected to see around this time of morning on a tuesday
morning commute. that's a check of your traffic. >> thank you. two people are dead and several others are injured after a violent high-speed crash in alameda. from "skydrone5" you can see the silver pickup truck crushed. alameda police say there were 7 people inside when the truck came careening down park street around 8 a.m. yesterday. it clipped a minivan, flipped and continued to tumble. an employee at a nearby restaurant rushed to help the woman in the minivan. >> she was shaking. shaking, crying, really scared. >> authorities haven't released the marches of the names of the victim, a man and woman in the truck. children were also injured. tiger woods is apologizing to everyone over his dui arrest. he says medication is to blame. he says he has had an unexpected reaction to prescription drugs when he was
arrested early yesterday morning near his house in jupiter florida. woods is still in recovery for his fourth back surgery. he will be off the pga tour for the season. today oakland city council votes on a proposal that would create a department focused entirely on preventing violence. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in oakland with>> reporter: michelle, it's a more.growing debate at city hall. should they create a new department separate from law enforcement totally separate from the police department on reducing those violent crime rates? now we know oakland has dealt with this for quite some time. oakland has the highest per capita homicide rate of any major city in california. two council members want the city to create a department headed by a chief of violence prevention. the department's plan would be to bring gun violence down by 80% in three years. but a report from the city administrator's office says it would increase administrative expenses.
the mayor has already set aside an additional $1.5 million for 50 new police officers. but gibson mcelhaney says it's not enough. >> we just believe that the mayor's stated goal of 10% is too low. too slow and not franks firmive and not worthy of the crisis that we're in. >> reporter: currently city violence prevention programs are run by the department of human services. the folks who are backing this idea of a new department want human services to focus on other issues such as homelessness. oakland has had 88 homicide last year. today, the city council will take up the issue possibly today voting on whether or not to create this entirely new department to try to reduce violence in the city. reporting live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. the wings of freedom tour will wrap up its last day in livermore today. there will be different planes from world war ii on display. you can schedule a flight that will cost between 400 and $3,000. the event starts at the livermore airport at 10:00.
a new world record in the book. >> some volunteers in internet. created the largest american flag made out of blocks. it was 7,000 competed. a local high school graduate wanted to use his love every legos and blocks to honor this country. 6:40. still ahead a big solar eclipse project. how you can be part of google's new megamovie. >> the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. as we take a look at the board, the dow is down 25 points. coming up we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks.
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many in the city ask, why housing costs are so high. a panel will try to tackle that at 12:30 this afternoon at the san francisco planning and urban research association center on mission street. we are getting an update on bay area home prices this morning along with new consumer spending report. >> joining us with details kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good morning. those home prices just keep rising. here in the bay area, and across the country. the and the s&p kay schiller report says in march bay area prices were up 5.1% from a year ago, up 1% from the prior month. on a national level, prices rose 5.8% from a year earlier. that was the strongest annual gain in almost 3 years. big reason for all this just not a lot of homes for sale. the supply of homes at historically low levels that's resulting in many bidding wars
and in that keeps driving prices higher. consumers ramped up their pace of spending in april. the commerce department reports that spending rose 4/10ths of a percent the strongest gain in four months. weak consumer spending really dragged on overall economic growth in the 1st quarter. that's expected to be a little better the 2nd quarter. this report certainly points in that direction. it did help that paycheck were up 4/10ths of a percent in april. stock market off to a flat start. the tech sector getting a boost from amazon whose stock hit $1,000 for the first time. let's check the big board. dow down about 20 points. nasdaq up about 6. the s&p is down by 2. michelle and kenny, back to you. >> jason brooks from kcbs radio thank you. elvis presley old jets just sold for nearly $500,000. the lockheed jet star had been sitting on a runway in new
mexico for 35 years. it sold at an auction in los angeles. the plane was custom built for him including gold hardware, red and velvet seats and red carpet. the auctioneers say they have to disassemble it to ship it to the unknown winner of the auction. >> of course red velvet. >> and shag carpet. >> they need a new engine. >> that wasn't the hound dog [ indiscernible ] >> i don't think so. >> wonder what the name of that one was. >> we'll check into it. >> interesting. >> blue suede shoes? >> okay. right now, we are tracking your tuesday morning commute and it is definitely slow out there for drivers heading along 680. what a mess. look at the dublin-pleasanton interchange. you're in for delays and really on a break southbound 680. speeds below 15 miles per hour due to a motorcycle crash
southbound 680 near stoneridge, under 20 minutes from 580 to 84. if you are taking 880, that's in the red as well along that southbound direction there. we had an earlier crash near 92. that is likely what is keeping it slow. plus the two big morning commutes at 23 minutes. san mateo bridge "slow, stop, go"! it is jam-packed. we have seen some activity, police activity, over on the right side of your screen there. you can still see the flashing lights. and we will check in with chp to find out what's going on but there's a crash there. the bay bridge toll plaza a 26- minute ride, better grab an extra cup of coffee as you make your way into san francisco this morning. we are tracking delays on many "bay area majors." i know big surprise. but compared to yesterday, we never saw the metering lights on the bay bridge toll plaza. bart still tracking delays, systemwide 10 minutes all due to an earlier track problem in
oakland. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. i'll send it over to you, roberta what do you have your in your hand? >> jaclyn, kenny, michelle, take a good look at this. the golden state warriors just came to our studios and left these with me for us. this is the exclusive nba finals shirt. it's called all gold everything. they go on sale at 8 a.m. exclusively at warriors.com. but they brought them over here for to us go ahead and share with all of you and i just got to tell you something right now. this is the only gold you're going to see all day in most areas of the bay area. we have gray skies from the coast through the bay area into our inland areas. this is live our weather camera. at this particular time, picking up condensation in the form of drizzle at the beaches and even a good 45 miles inland. we do have at this time delays at sfo one hour on some arriving flights. look at the raindrops on the camera lens. that's all associated with that deepening marine layer roughly
now about 2,000 feet deep. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. weather watcher time! these are great reports. these reports are from people that own weather stations and check in with me so you will know what it's like perhaps near your neighborhood. right now orinda bill suggests 54 overcast skies. concord cloudy so says ron. darryl yee in law enforcement says it's 53 and paul breezy in the mid-50s in brentwood. winds have been pretty breezy around the immediate seashore. 18 oakland. 17 san francisco. 16 sfo. west-northwest 16 half moon bay, 14 throughout the san ramon valley. 17 concord, clayton and walnut creek. 13 antioch. 26 fairfield. you get the feel for it? it's going to be breezy to blustery today with those winds 20 to 30 late day with this very robust marine layer that's pushing onshore. it's marching a good 50, 60 miles inland. we do have that condensation being reported in throughout the tri-valley. also to the north in santa rosa. only some partial afternoon
sunshine at best but the temperatures are actually quite seasonal although they feel cool and then i am upping the shower chance for wednesday. let me show you why. rain positioned to push into the bay area. futurecast clearly illustrates we're pretty cloudy during the midafternoon hours. only partial clearing at best. then the clouds gather and intensify overnight. and there's that chance of a scattered shower throughout the bay area with the passage of a trough on wednesday. clouds scour out by thursday our may gray transitioning into "june gloom." "june gloom" at the beaches. sunrise today at 5:50. temperatures in the 50s, 60s and 70s. numbers are where they shoulder for this time of the year. average high in san jose 74. 75 and bingo that's where you're at. 50s, 60s and 70s.
let's play ball! or brawl ball. it's the washington nationals, they are in town as game 2, we have gio gonzalez on the mound for the good -- oh, bad guide! he is my brother from another mother and a former a's player. the shark for the good guys. make it a good day. what do you think about the shirts? >> love them. >> can you give us one? >> i get one. you said. all right. [ laughter ] >> we have witnesses! google and uc-berkeley want you to help document the next solar eclipse. they are calling it the eclipse megamovie project. they want to collect more than 1,000 pictures from people across the country. they will put them together to create a continuous view of the eclipse across the united states. it will happen on august 21. why the director of
giving people options based on their budget is pretty edgy... kind of like this look. i'm calling it the "name your price tool" phase. whatever. i'm jessica flores live in oakland where the city council is set to take up and vote on a proposal to possibly trade an entirely new -- create an entirely new city department separate from the police force to handle violent crime in the city. in 2016, the city saw 88 murders across oakland. council members want the city to create a department headed by a chief of violence preventionthe department's plan
would be to bring gun violence down by 80% in three years. . but a report from the city administrator's office says it would increase administrative expenses. the mayor has already set aside an additional $1.5 million for 50 new police officers. but gibson mcelhaney says it's not enough. >> where was the advocacy from this mayor? these are the tools we need for dramatic results. they have been silent on that. >> we need to have an entity to deal directly with this particular issue. >> reporter: currently city violence prevention programs are run by the department of human services. take up the issue possibly today voting on whether or not to create this entirely new department to try to reduce violence in the city. they meet tonight at 6:30 on whether or not to create this department. reporting live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. it's time for your "final 5. the u.s. is testing a new missile defense system today. it's because of recent threats from north korea. military officials will launch
the interceptor missile from vandenberg air force base. north korea's latest test happened yesterday. the country has launched 9 missiles so far this year. new video showing a massive explosion in iraq. it happened outside a popular ice cream shop in baghdad. authorities say at least 15 people have died. isis is claiming responsibility. white house communications director mike dubke is stepping down. he turned in his letter of resignation about two weeks ago but just announced it this morning. he is denying any turmoil in the administration. he says he is resigning for personal reasons. tiger woods apologizing for his dui arrest. it happened yesterday near his home in florida. woods says that he reportedly had a reaction to his prescription drugs. woods is recovering from a fourth back surgery. a lot of people talk about the bench-clearing brawl. giants pitcher hunter strickland hit bryce harper with a 98-mile-per-hour fastball yesterday. they last met three years ago when harper hit two homers off
strickland. >> 98 miles per hour? well, traffic is definitely not going that fast along 680. southbound direction, nor should they, we are tracking delays speeds dropping below 20 miles per hour as you approach 580. and we continue to see those big delays along the san mateo bridge westbound direction just under 40 minutes from hayward to foster city. expect those slowdowns to start along northbound 880 heading through oakland and over at the richmond/san rafael bridge and the bay bridge toll plaza, starting to see the backup. for your tuesday morning commute. drive safe. it looks like at this particular time we are picking up a few raindrops, that's the condensation all associated with that very deep marine layer. 2,000 feet deep delays sfo some some one full hour. we are in the 50s from santa rosa to oakland. and including redwood city blustery winds will continue today. 20 to 30 late day. temperatures seasonal, no
sunshine at the beaches. 50s partial clearing everywhere else. 60s up to about 78 degrees. we have a trough blowing through on wednesday with a slight chance of a shower. thursday, we begin to clear and we have a warming trend friday through monday. president frank underwood is back. >> that's right. the new season of house of cards dropped on netflix early this morning. the wildly popular netflix original starring kevin spacey and robin wright is now in its fifth season. as with previous editions and seasons, season 5 was released all at once for easy binge watching. it's been 15 months since the last season. >> house of cards. >> house of cards. >> yeah. >> i'm not on that show yet. i'm waiting for "game of thrones" to start. >> the big show i'm waiting for is thursday! the warriors final! >> this is a brand-new uninhabitable shirts. >> thank you so much! >> and these you can buy them
starting at warriors.com at 8 a.m. >> warriors nba finals thursday! whoo! go "dubs"! >> thanks, "ro"! >> thanks warriors! captioning funded by cbs good morning to our viewers in the west. tuesday, may 30th, 2017. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news, a shakeup at the white house. communications director mike dubke is out. >> a heated fight over immigration at the texas state capitol. lawmakers get in a shoving match and threaten gun violence after one calls immigration enforcement agents on protesters. plus tiger woods blames a reaction to prescription drugs for his holiday weekend dui charges. we'll look at his struggles to overcome personal and professional setbacks. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. this is the grownup world now. if he cannot handle his job he