tv KPIX 5 News Early Edition CBS June 1, 2017 4:30am-5:01am PDT
>> i'm michelle griego. let's say hi to karl and roberta and jaclyn. how are you? >> good. how are you? >> good, good, good! >> it's typical "june gloom" on the first day of june it's back and dense and expansive and widespread. yeah, give it to me one more time. [ foghorn ] [ foghorn ] >> there you go. >> give me a little cowbell. [ laughter ] >> going too far there. 50s across the board this morning. san jose of 0. we have satellite-radar suggesting from the sonoma coast all the way into santa cruz, very dense fog this morning marching inland 60 miles. low 80s away from the bay. we have the full forecast in just a couple of minutes. let's say good morning to jaclyn dunn. >> good morning. and right now, we are taking a live look at the golden gate bridge. and there's that fog "karl the fog" that roberta and kenny are
both talking about. we have a fog advisory in place for drivers across the golden gate bridge. please be careful allow extra space between you and the car in front of you and refrain from using those high beams. different story at the bay bridge toll plaza. it's clear. slight backup in the cash lanes. 13 minutes from the maze into downtown. we are tracking a crash northbound 87 at capitol expressway. more on that coming up. new this morning, deputies in contra costa county are investigating an officer- involved shooting. it happened around 11:00 last night near ellis road and pacheco boulevard. a vallejo officer was involved. it's unclear if the officer or suspect were shot. we'll update you. san francisco police race to figure out who killed a father of four. people living near the park where he was found are demanding information. kpix 5's joe vazquez shows us how officers are answering the question, are we safe? >> reporter: we want to hear your concerns. >> reporter: neighbors packed a community meeting in bernal
heights about a week after the stabbing death of geo alvarez. on may 25 a neighbor hiking at 5 a.m. found his body on the south side of bernal hill with multiple stab wounds. no arrests. alvarez was 33. a father of four. neighbors want more details. was alvarez murdered here in the park or elsewhere and his body dumped here? police said they couldn't answer those times of questions because they are worried about jeopardizing the murder investigation. >> we're looking into all possibilities. we don't believe it's random. we're looking at all facets of a homicide investigation. >> reporter: the victim's sister catherine broke down in tears as she addressed the community. >> nobody's safe. if he is out there walking the streets of san francisco, then nobody is safe because anybody could be his target next. >> being safe, those are just words. what are you basing that on?
convince me that we're safe. >> reporter: police say they don't believe hikers, joggers or anybody else is in danger because they don't believe the killer randomly attacked victim. they say they are increasing manpower here in bernal heights and working hard to find the killer. >> we do want you to know you are safe. we have enough patrols up there. i increased them before summer as i always do. but since the incident, you're going to see double the police there. >> reporter: oe vazquez, kpix 5. in alameda, friends and loved ones of two teens gathered at the intersection where they were killed in a car crash, candles and flowers form the cross on the corner where briana ortega and simon died monday. loved ones also honored them with chalk messages on the sidewalk. police say the 17-year-old were ride in a truck speeding down park street. the truck hit a minivan before hitting light poles and now some close to the victims want the driver of the truck held responsible. >> a lot of pain and anger
towards this person that was driving a lot. we're going to push it until it gets done. >> five other passengers had critical injuries when the cab of the truck ripped off. the driver is not facing charges. today president trump is expected to announce that he will withdraw the u.s. from the paris climate agreement. almost 200 countries side the accord in 2015. the only countries against the agreement syria and nicaragua. the president promised to pull out of the pact during the campaign because it will hurt jobs in areas where he won much of the vote. in the past, he called climate change a hoax. >> his denial, his statement that climate change is a hoax, is so absurd and so unbelievable and so outrageous that the grassroots -- um, governors, people around the world -- have galvanized. >> those of us in oakland, berkeley, san francisco, and in
the bay area actually recognize that climate change is a real threat. and that we have to act today. >> many bay area companies including apple, google, "salesforce" and adobe support the paris climate agreement. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell and 21 other republican senators are in favor of the withdrawal. a universal healthcare plan for california could save the state billions. economists at umass amherst find a single payor plan would cost california $331 billion per year. that's $37 billion less than the current system where millions of people are uninsured. to pay for it the state still needs to find $106 billion in tax revenue. researchers say the savings would come from eliminating insurance company overhead and controlling prescription drug costs. as the warriors and cavs prepare to play game one in the nba finals tonight police in los angeles are looking for the person who sprayed graffiti on
the home of lebron james. >> no matter how much money you have, no matter how famous you are, no matter how many people admire you, you know, being black in america is tough. we got a long way to go for us as a society and as african- americans until we feel equal in america. >> someone spray-painted the "n" word on the front gate of his home in brentwood. police have acknowledged they are investigating the incident as a hate crime. james and his family were not home at the time. cavs star and his teammates landed on tuesday night in the bay area and hit the floor out oracle arena yesterday for the first nba finals practice. meanwhile warriors acting head coach mike brown will face his former team for the title. brown of course coached cavs star lebron james and irving over two stints in cleveland but he says that this series
isn't about getting revenge on the team that fired him twice. >> i'm not looking at this as, you know, cleveland fired me twice. a time to get back at 'em or is there any extra incentive. no. i just want to win! >> just win, baby! >> i don't care who it is. i just want to be part of a winning program and be the last team standing. >> tip-off for tonight's game one is at 6:00. so saying all the right things. >> yeah. i can't wait. 6:00. >> we're all making plans already on how we're going to spend our day so we are right there right then to watch that tip-off. >> are you going to be there or watch -- >> no, i can't. i have too much work to do tonight. i'm going to be with my boys and we'll be watching it at home. but what a night it's going to be. we have been waiting for this for nine days since the warriors last played. let's head out. give you a look at what to
expect this morning 4:37. we have overcast skies at sfo. you can anticipate delays on arriving flights because it's just so foggy. it is now 60 extremely mild in san jose after reaching a high yesterday at 74 degrees. it's 52 degrees at this early hour in santa rosa. 50s at the rim of the bay. visibility down to one mile in half moon bay. otherwise it's kind of like a mid- to high level overcast in our inland areas so visibility not a problem. we are picking up a breeze that's mixing up that area of low clouds and fog inland, as well. but we are totally socked in at the coat from the sonoma coat all the way into santa cruz this morning. and locally marching inland towards the tri-valley bumps up against the dublin grade. but it will spread further to the east and to the for the as the morning progresses. calm winds in novato and in san rafael. otherwise the winds at 3 in san jose. 17 in the fairfield area. winds pick up later today 10 to
20 and will be variable. temperatures today across the board from 60 at rockaway beach and you will enjoy some sunshine. we'll have the clearing a little earlier today bayside, as well. mid-70s around the peninsula topping off at 77 degrees in downtown san jose so slightly warmer than yesterday. 80s to the north in santa rosa. mid- and high 70s around the tri-valley to the low 80s in throughout fairfield. full forecast is still coming up featuring the weekend outlook but right now let's send it over to jaclyn. >> good morning. and that crash we were talking about along 87, it is now blocking one lane this is right near the capitol expressway and it's not causing much of a backup yet. we are seeing some slowdowns in that southbound direction. northbound, still in the green. we'll keep a close eye on that for you and let you know how that's shaping up for the morning ride. very foggy throughout. this is a look at the golden gate bridge. we have a fog advisory in place for drivers across the span. please be careful.
we are getting report of an overturned vehicle along sonoma mountain road. that vehicle blacked out now and no someone in it but it could be a big problem with those foggy conditions if another driver comes up on that and doesn't see it so please take it easy out on the roads this morning. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. 4:40. a historic landmark along the california coast is in bad need of repairs. why the future of the pidgeon point lighthouse is now in jeopardy. >> plus, deadly crashes involving teenagers are up 10%. what's likely causing the spike in fatal accidents. ,,,,,,,,,,,,e of wow savings.
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it's unclear if enough funding can be gathered to fix this lighthouse. the pescadero landmark has been closed for years with several pressing repairs never made. kpix 5's kiet do shows us the lighthouse's rich history and just how state officials could give it a new lease on life this week. >> reporter: for generations, the pidgeon point lighthouse helped countless ships navigate the foggy coast. a rare lens with 1,000 glass prisms helped sailors see the light beam more than 20 miles out at sea and steer clear of the coast. but now the once majestic lighthouse that saved so many lives needs help itself. one of the tallest lighthouses on the west coast is now fenced off, closed to visitors. that's because large chunks have been falling off in recent years making the area unsafe. it's gotten so bad, the rangers wouldn't let us climb the stairs to the top. the paint is peeling. it needs a new roof and the rust is everywhere. >> the pidgeon point lighthouse
is a national treasure and an iconic landmark on the san mateo coast part of our history and our heritage. and it really demands to be preserved and restored for generations to come. >> reporter: six months ago the california state park foundation suddenly told state leaders it was giving up after having raised only $3 million of the $11 million that is needed. the superintendent says they are now in a transition period as they mull over options on where to find another $8 million. kaiser optimistic. >> fail sewer not an option here. we have a his -- failure is not an option here. we have a historic landmark that deserves to be restored. it's a priority and we'll do what it takes to restore it. tomorrow all the state park commissioner will get a tour of the facility and then the day after that, on friday, they will vote on the general plan to try and revamp and revitalize the lighthouse and then after that, is the big push to try and find those millions of dollars to get that project going. at the lighthouse on the san
mateo coast, kiet do, kpix 5. hopefully they can get it restored. looks like in its prime it was beautiful. >> it still is beautiful, don't you think? from those drone pictures -- >> yeah, yeah. >> but i mean, for something that was built in the 1800s, it's doing well. i was seeing those pictures from home last night on big hd. it's like wow. we need to take advantage of our area a little more and visit our own lighthouses from pidgeon point to point arena all the way into the santa cruz area. boy, when you can see them. those lighthouses serve a vital importance here in the bay area for letting us know when we're totally socked in. i don't know if you can hear it this morning. they are responsible for the foghorn out there. [ foghorn ] [ laughter ] >> i'm so easily amused. [ foghorn ] [ laughter ] >> okay. so it's totally socked in at the golden gate bridge this morning. we have localized drizzle around the bay bridge due to the overcast skies. good morning to you in santa rosa at 52 reporting clear
skies there. but we do have the clouds invading the bay and streaming east a good 60 miles. dave in napa this morning is our faithful weather watcher with his copilot there. that's yeager. reporting at this very early hour 50 degrees and clear skies. so let's see if dave is spot on this morning. this is our satellite and radar. you see the clouds right there lining up from sonoma into santa cruz streaming into the tri-valley 60 miles. but look at that clear slot. thanks for your report, dave. you're spot on this morning with the clear skies. wind speeds right now much lighter than 24 hours ago. 11 in antioch, 17 in fairfield, increasing later today to 20. the trough passed through producing .04" of rain in the east and south bays but as it continues to slide to the south, high pressure is building in. but that weak cold front mixed
out that marine deck of stratus except around the immediate seashore. now, by tomorrow we'll see less fog, more sunshine, warmer conditions. we start a gradual warming trend today through the weekend. official sun-up at 5:49. today 60 at the beaches with the sunshine. we'll have the clearing around the bay today into the mid- to high 60s. 70s will be common around the peninsula and those temperatures are typical for this time of the year. a couple of degrees above average in san jose. pretty spot on in the east bay from 70 to low 80s. 80 in santa rosa on this very first day of june. 59 to 82. that's the temperature span cool spot half moon bay. otherwise you see the gradual warming a dip on sunday before we rebound with summery conditions on monday and tuesday. take it away. >> thank you. right now, we are tracking a pretty slow ride for folks making their way out of tracy heading into livermore. we don't have any accidents. this is the typical slowdowns. the clouds are developing for your thursday morning commute.
speeds drop below 25 miles per hour. once you get past livermore things pick up. here's a live look. there's your "diamonds & rubies" if you can see it. a little harder to see it today but we are still in the green tracking 25 minutes from 205 towards 680. 880 heading through oakland, as you can see, traffic is doing just fine in both directions. if you see flashing lights, it's fruitvale heading over to the bay bridge toll plaza no major backups just yet. we are seeing a few cars in the cash lanes but it's still in the green 13 minutes completely different story over at the golden gate bridge. it is foggy. please be careful out on the roadways this morning. back to you guys. according to a new report deadly crashes involving teens are up 10%. we have a report on how teens are more likely to drive distracted. >> reporter: dashcam video shows what happens when teens drive distracted.
here, one teen looks at her phone for six seconds before going off the road. laura carney knows the dangers. in the summer of 2003 her father was killed by a teen driver who witnesses say was using a cell phone. >> he was someone who really embraced life and, um, that's why when he was gone, it was just such a huge loss. >> we see a 15% spike of deadly teen crashes in the summer. >> reporter: a new report from aaa shows 16- and 17-year-old drivers are three times more likely than adults to be involved in a deadly crash. >> they are more likely to take risks including speeding, distraction and not wearing seatbelts. >> your dad missed your wedding? >> yes. and that was a big part of why i became an activist. >> reporter: laura a magazine copy editor wrote about her story in good housekeeping including how she found her father's bucket list. it contains 55 items he was never able to do like traveling
to exotic places and running 10 miles. laura recently accomplished the run and want to complete the whole list. >> doing this bucket list for me feels like i'm able to remember how valuable life was for him. >> if you could know that you have saved at least one life in your work in your dad's memory would that give you some peace? >> yeah. i mean, what really is gonna give me peace is when i see the numbers go down, when i find out that this thing that killed my father isn't getting worse anymore. >> reporter: cbs news, new york. >> aaa says that speeding plays a role in nearly 30% of fatal crashes involving teen drivers. police have released dashcam video of the moments before tiger woods was arrested. in it, a very unsteady woods struggles to perform a field sobriety test. he stumbles and appears shaky on his feet. police found the golfer asleep at the wheel of his car monday morning in florida. he was charged with dui and says he had an unexpected reaction to a mix of
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good morning. welcome to a brand-new month. it is june 1. typically, temperatures along the coast would be in the 50s. that's where we will be on this first day of june with highs in the upper 50s and no clearing in half moon bay or daly city. but we'll see some sunshine towards ocean beach. 70s peninsula, 70s and low 80s across santa clara valley and
into the east bay. 80s in discovery bay. we have socked in conditions from bodega bay, clear in santa rosa, lots of sunshine today into the 70s and a splash of sunshine in windsor at 81 degrees. a danville family says social media help them catch the men who stole their bikes. suspects broke into a garage on saturday morning and stole two expensive road bikes. eileen swanson posted about it on facebook. now, a friend of a friend saw her post and was later approached by the suspect who tried to sell the stolen bike. the cyclist called police and they set up a plan. >> the suspect actually pushed it forward. they were supposed to meet the next day on sunday and the suspect said no, no, please, can we met tonight. ha. >> it was partially luck and partially just great social media outreach and getting the community involved. >> the two men have been charged with property theft, identity theft and could face
burglary charges. we are getting a close-up look at a car that can fly. kpix 5's maria medina shows us the ride trading road for sky in silicon valley. >> reporter: the video released by kitty hawk which is also the name for this airborne vehicle takes us for a ride into the future. >> amazing. i just -- it really did feel kind of like my flying dreams. >> reporter: the nearly two- minute clip shows test pilots flying the kitty hawk without being anchored to a buoy. for the first time, hovering several feet above water. >> whoo. >> first reaction the future is here. >> reporter: russell hancock president and ceo of joint venture silicon valley says the video is proof we're close to being able to fly instead of drive. >> this is a prototype that's working and could probably go into mass production quickly. as technology goes, the components aren't sophisticated. >> reporter: the project backed
by larry page is steered with a controller much like wands for videogames. it takes only minutes to learn how to fly. >> it's highly significant that this is happening in silicon valley. >> reporter: the kitty hawk is only meant to fly above water. but russell says some of the most talented adventures in minds are helping make the dream of one day flying into reality. and it's all happening here. >> when you're in the air, it feels like, hey, gravity, what's up? >> reporter: in silicon valley. >> silicon valley is not a normal place. this is a very special place. >> reporter: in silicon valley, maria medina, kpix 5. >> the kitty hawk flyer is expected to go on sale later this year and so far, the company is not revealing the price. nasa has its sights set on the sun. the space agency wants to go directly into the sun's atmosphere with a probe. it will orbit within 4 million miles of the sun's surface and face temperatures like no other
spacecraft before. >> we'll be moving at about 430,000 miles an hour. that's about 118 miles a second. wouldn't you want to enjoy your morning commute at that speed? >> ha ha. the mission will help nasa study the sun's outer atmosphere to learn more about how stars like ours work. it is scheduled to launch in the summer of 2018. it is 4:57. today is the day president trump is set to announce his decision on whether or not to pull out of the paris accord. meant to combat global warming. what that could mean next. >> reporter: and good morning, -- nation. "dub nation," we are hours away. we are inside oracle arena. it is all gold everything.
let's head outside take a look at the conditions this morning. this thursday morning, we take a live look at 880 in oakland and the nimitz freeway and on your left you can barely see it. you can kind of see the -- kind of see coit tower just a little bit. >> really? i can't. >> just a little. >> we promise it's there, the outline. >> they turned off the lights. >> who turned off the lights. >> conserving electricity this morning. it's "june gloom" for the very first day of june. [ foghorn ] >> you can see the layers of fog rolling in. 51 degrees santa rosa now with clear skies. 57 in livermore. it's now 61 degrees very mild in san jose. currently visibility down to one mile along the seashore in half moon bay where we will not see any sun today.