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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. otherwise, ten-mile visibility
in santa rosa where we have clear skies. look at the stratus back off the north bay this morning but marching locally inland 60 miles toward the tri-valley. we are saturated in overcast conditions all the way south to morgan hill. calm winds now in san jose. 6 in oakland. and onshore "pushhhh" in san francisco. that's a westerly at 7. 11 antioch. breezy fairfield at 17. 60 to 81, 82 degrees today. warmer than yesterday. but not as warm it will be on friday. we have even the weekend outbreak coming up at 5:18. but right now let's say good morning to jaclyn dunn. >> good morning. and right now, we are starting off with a crash. this is along the eastshore freeway right near golden gate field. this is at gilman and it's involving a big rig couple of other vehicles got into it there. it may be blocking some lanes. chp heading to the scene but it looks like it is possibly has the two lanes blocked. we'll have more on that coming up in the next traffic report but for now be prepared for
some slowdowns if you are heading in that direction. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, things are looking good. nice and light. a few cars backing up in the cash lanes. nothing to write home about. 13 minutes into downtown san francisco. very foggy conditions for drivers heading along the coast today. the golden gate bridge has a fog advisory in place. please be careful as you are hitting the roads this morning. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you. right now, several bay area agencies are investigating a police pursuit that escalated into a police shooting. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in martinez where the shots were fired. jessica. >> reporter: well, michelle, this is still a very active scene and we're still gathering information but what i can tell you is you can see where a vehicle ended up where shots were fired into that vehicle. it appears to be a brown camaro from what i can tell over here but police tell us that they have been looking for the suspect for about a week before initiating that police
shooting. now, on may 25, vallejo police say the suspect was driving recklessly. police pursued him but he got away. they were able to identify the driver as kevin decarlo of vallejo. then on may 27, vallejo police say they spotted the suspect again but according to police he purposely crashed his vehicle into a police patrol car then ran off. then last night, police tracked the suspect down here in martinez again officers saying the suspect rammed his vehicle into the officer's car and that's when officers began shooting at the suspect. that suspect was taken to the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. as you can see, live here, this is still an active scene. i counted at least 10 officers and detectives coming here trying to figure out exactly what happened, how this ended up here. it appears the vehicle is in some type of ditch so we don't know if, um, the car was chased to this location or officers actually made contact at this particular location. we will gather more information and bring it to you as we get
it. reporting live, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. later today president trump could take the u.s. out of the paris climate agreement. >> the move could isolate the u.s. from almost every other nation in fighting climate change. anne makovec joins us now to tell us how local lawmakers are responding. >> reporter: president trump is set to announce his decision at noon our time in a press conference in the rose garden. abandoning the pact would isolate the u.s. from almost all of our international allies who spent years negotiating the climate agreement. the goal of that agreement is to fight global warming and pollution by reducing carbon emissions across the world. california has long been a leader among u.s. states in our carbon policies and governor jerry brown is vowing to keep it up despite any decision coming from washington, dc. brown says california will work with governments around the world to combat climate change even if president trump rolls back domestic environmental
regulations. >> trump turns off the satellite, california will launch its own damn satellite! we're going to collect that data! >> brown is leaving tomorrow for his second trip to china as governor. he will promote california's climate policies at a conference of global energy ministers and he will be encouraging individual states, provinces, cities and other nonnational governments to take their own action to reduce greenhouse gases. lieutenant governor gavin newsom on the same page tweeting about the possibility of the u.s. leaving the paris accord saying, this could lead to three billion tons of additional co2 in the air a year melting ice sheets faster, seas rising higher and extreme weather. well, traveling abroad last week, president trump was repeatedly pressed to stay in the deal by european leaders and the vatican. withdrawing would leave the u.s. aligned only with russia among the world's industrialized economies. >> well of course we'll find out later today but what happens if the president does withdraw from this agreement?
>> the u.s. is second only to china right now when it comes to carbon emissions. so abandoning the deal would matter. one estimate shows that the u.s. could contribute an increase of as much as .3 degrees celsius in global temperatures by the end of the century! if the country abandons the deal. >> thank you. hundreds of people are requesting a prescription for life-ending drugs since california adopted a "right to die" law. the law allowing physicians assisted deaths took effect a year ago today. according to the advocacy group compassion and choices, more than 500 people have contacted them seeking information since then. a lawsuit has been filed to overturn the law. a hearing is scheduled for later this month. today's the day the warriors face the cleveland cavaliers for the third year in a row in the nba finals. tonight is game one. kpix 5's jackie ward is live inside oracle arena with tips
for fans heading to the game. >> reporter: yeah. how spoiled are we, right? this is what we expected cavs and warriors in the finals. it's going to be a great series can't wait for game one. kickoff -- tip-off -- getting my seasons mixed up. kickoff is at 6 p.m. there was one group of guys practicing not taking anything for granted and still practicing. this was yesterday. but this year has been all about and continues to be all about redemption so to commemorate the finals a lot of us fans want to get some swag, right, if you are spending money on a keepsake, know what you're paying for. a lot of counterfeiters tried to take advantage of consumers when there's a big event like this so always look for the nba hologram the name of an nba licensee like adidas and a good quality product. >> generally speaking, when you have an event like the nba finals or all star, the counterfeiters will see that as an opportunity to increase
their business. >> reporter: per year, the estimated value of international and domestic trade in counterfeit and pirated goods ranges between $710 billion and $970 billion. more than 11 million pieces of unauthorized merchandise has been ceased since 1992 for the coalition to protect advancement of sport logos and that's the equivalent of $425 million. so tip-off for game one of the nba finals is at 6 p.m., not 7:30. it's 6 p.m. live in oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. >> we'll be watching. jackie, what's the latest update on coach kerr? >> reporter: so as you know, coach kerr has been out since game one of the first round of the play-offs for health reasons. but he is going to try to make a comeback sometime during the finals. whether that's tonight for game one, we still don't know. we'll have a definitive answer as we get closer to tip-off. back to you. >> thank you. students who have been poring over dictionaries for months are heading into the finals of the scripps national
spelling bee. >> two young people from the bay area are taking the stage later today. rutvik gandhasri is one of them. the 14-year-old from san jose is hoping to score the top prize this time since it's the last year he will qualify under the age requirements. so go, rutvik! >> for more than 30 years river glen school has established its two-way bilingual immersion program. it has become a model for similar programs and it's this week's "cool school." ♪[ music ] [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: when sarah charles first entered river glen school as a kindergartner, she had to learn a new language. >> well, i could kind of follow along. it was still really hard learning. um, but now it's not hard. >> reporter: for the first two years, the school has an 80-20 program. 80% of the material is taught in spanish. even math class. [ speaking spanish ]
>> you would be amazed how fast kids get the second language. >> reporter: mastering two languages is the main goal but not the only one. this person has been teaching here for nearly 20 years. >> they learn about different cultures. so it opens their minds up to learning about other people, about the world. >> we're like a big family, and we help each other. >> we see it in the classroom, you see how they care about each other. you see how they help each other. and even when the teacher is not asking them to help, they just do it and it's pretty amazing to watch. >> reporter: what else is impressive? these third graders are already thinking long term. >> i want to be a doctor like my mom. and my mom says that since i'm bilingual like her, it's going to help me get a job. >> reporter: to put them to the test, i asked them to respond in spanish. why do you want to become a pediatrician? [ speaking spanish ] >> reporter: can you describe what you just said to me in
spanish? >> it will give me more advantages an opportunities for things that i would like to do when i grow up. >> it's a flat world these days. and they need to be able to communicate with as many people as we can. >> to give you a sense of how popular this program, more than 100 students are on the waiting list already for kindergarten next year for just 26 slots. >> wow. >> yeah. and there are some challenges of course to set these schools up one being the lack of qualified teachers. there's of course extra credentials to teach at a school like this. >> sure. but it's so valuable for the students. now, when they were speaking spanish, did you understand the answer? >> no. i studied eight years of french in high school so i wish i had studied spanish. i told the teacher that i think i should just sit in on some of your classes. >> she said she wanted to be a pediatrician because she wants to help. which i think is so cool. >> she was an impressive student. all the students there very intelligent and on the right
track. >> awesome and cool. thanks so much. time now 5:11. subway delays caused a nursing student to miss his graduation ceremony but he may have ended up with a much more memorable experience right there on the train. >> and a frantic search for survivors launched after a massive explosion at a wisconsin corn plant. e of wow . wow means you save 50% or more. there are three stages of wow. denial... is this price right? acceptance... and boooyah!
one person is dead following an explosion at a corn milling plant in wisconsin. police are still searching for two others. officials say there were 16 employees inside the plant at the time of the blast which was reported around 11:00 last night in cambria. first responders say most of the employees had serious injuries. the area was not evacuated and they say there is no threat from chemicals or fumes from the plant. the ohio attorney general has filed lawsuits against the drugmakers claiming the companies intentionally misled doctors about the risk of the drugs they sell and exaggerated the benefits. health officials in ohio
estimate 200,000 people in the state are addicted to opiods. it is 5:15 right now. let's check the roads with jaclyn. good morning. >> good morning. and right now, we are tracking some slowdowns for drivers heading along the eastshore freeway. already, we have an accident and this is right near gilman westbound 80 and it's involving a couple of cars and a semi. it is blocking two lanes. so please be careful as you are making your way through that stretch. right now traffic is light. so we're just seeing slowdowns around 50 miles per hour. but if this is out there too long it could negatively impact the morning right. the rest of the ride along the eastshore freeway looking good. an earlier accident still out there along 242 right as you approach 680 there and you can see the slowdowns building to highway 4. out of antioch into hercules, if you continue on 4, that's just under 30 minutes.
still in the green looking good no delays there. over at the bay bridge toll plaza starting to see a few cars back up in the cash lanes. give yourself a little extra time. they haven't turned on the metering lights yet but i have a feeling it's going to happen any minute. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. it's my turn! i'm over here reading the "san francisco chronicle" this morning. they have a special insert. isn't this cool? nba finals 2017 everything and anything you want to know about our "dubs" so pick it up this morning. it's cool. at 5:17, looking outdoors -- [ foghorn ] >> love that sound. that's a foghorn working this morning. visibility right now down to about a quarter of a mile in throughout much of the city of san francisco. and keep in mind, the transamerica pyramid is 853 feet tall and we can't see the top of it leads me to believe the ceiling is down to 600 feet this morning and when that
happens, we always have delays at sfo on some arriving flights. meanwhile, inland, what a difference. this is our live weather camera from mount vaca looking towards the valley and boy, clear skies and i believe we can even see the morning star out there this morning. that's it right there. that's venus. boy, clear skies inland. we do have the fog at the coast with temperatures in the 50s to the low 60s. george hughes is our weather watcher from day one. he is in san francisco reporting 53 degrees, very heavy low fog, visibility down to a quarter mile. thanks, george. you're always spot on! less than a mile visibility in the half moon bay area where we will not scrub out the fog and the low clouds today only in the 50s. meanwhile, the low clouds are now beginning to surge in towards the north bay where it's been clear all morning. winds are relatively light for the first time this week. except in the antioch area and also in fairfield. increasing to 20 miles per hour, variable winds this afternoon 10 to 20. we have the clouds around the
sonoma coast all the way into santa cruz this morning. and locally inland, east 50 miles. weak high pressure continues to build into the bay area. as it does so we have a gradual warming trend. lunchtime today, we have some of the stratus around the san mateo coast but it does back off briefly before pushing back onshore later on tonight. your friday lots of sunshine all the way back to the coast. we wake up in the clouds saturday and clearing during the day on saturday with ample such. high temperatures today, in the 60s beaches, 60s bayside, 70s peninsula, up to the low 80s in our inland areas. outside number 82. 85 tomorrow. then temperatures down slightly to sunday and rebound to summery conditions monday and tuesday. that's your thursday forecast. get ready to rock. mark your calendars. the dates for coachella 2018 are out. the festival is happening the weekend of april 13th and april 20th. a limited number of passes are
going on sale tomorrow at 11 a.m. and we already know one of the headliners. beyonce had to postpone her slot this year because of her pregnancy. the rest of the line-up will be announced in january. the "late late show" is going across the pond. james corden is going home to london and he is taking us with him. he will be airing special shows from the uk all next week. and we just got a sneak peek of a new carpool karaoke. take a look. [ singing together ] ♪[ music ] >> ed sheeran will hop in the passenger seat. his carpool karaoke will air tuesday. some of next week's guests include david beckham, emily blunt and harry styles. a college student in new york had to get creative when he missed his graduation. he got stuck on the subway train for nearly two hours on tuesday. so he decided to have a ceremony with his fellow passengers. ♪[ music ] >> wahoo! [ laughter ]
>> you could hear the classic graduation song good rid riddance in the background. his friend presented him a handmade diploma. the new graduate doesn't regret missing the real thing saying he probably would have fallen asleep at the real one. story angle number 607 for the nba finals which finally start tonight. i got the giants and the a's all straight ahead.
good morning, everybody. the last week leading up to these nba finals has resembled the lead-up to the super bowl. who is going to cover lebron is kerr going to coach, will the warriors go undefeated in the post-season? will draymond keep his cool? and there's one more. warriors acting head coach mike brown faces his former team.
of course, brown coached cavs stars lebron james and kyrie irving over two stints in cleveland. he says this series ain't about revenge on the team that twice threw him out the door. >> i'm not looking at this as, you know, cleveland fired me twice, this is a time to get back at 'em or is there any extra incentive, no! i just wanna 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 quote, unquote standing. 49ers first round picks thomas check out the giants and nationals last night. i wonder if he can hit? 13 pitches into the game ryan zimmerman off matt cain a three- run shot but plenty of support for that man. matt scherzer a complete game allowing one run struck out 11. washington wins 3-1 and they sweep the series. the a's john menaea struck
out nine in seven innings for his third straight win. in the fifth chad pender went deep for the second time in the game to break a tie. a's win 3-1 snapping their four- game losing streak. and i'll tell you stanley cup final penguins lead the series 2 games to none, over the predators with a 4-1 win last night. tonight, game one of the nba finals. i will see you at "roar-acle." play of the day, major league baseball cubs and padres in san diego. take a look. >> now grounder back up the middle diving from the knee struck out at first. >> padres second baseman great diving stop and wil myers with the nice scoop at first to get the out. and that is your play of the day. ♪[ music ] it is 5:25. and within a matter of hours, president trump set to announce
♪ federal regulators have put the makers of the epipen under the microscope again. >> we're live inside oracle arena for game one tonight against the cavaliers. >> it's june 1. welcome to "june gloom"! i'll talk about the fog will impact your thursday forecast. >> and we are getting reports of a new accident a hit-and-run
crash. the impact it's having on your morning right coming up. >> good morning, everyone. it's thursday, june 1. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. in just a few hours, we should find out if president trump is going to pull the u.s. out of a climate change deal. more than 200 countries are part of the paris climate agreement. anne makovec joins us to tell us what happens. >> reporter: this would isolate the u.s. from most of the industrialized world! in fact, almost all of our international allies who spent years negotiating this climate agreement. the goal of it is to fight global warming and pollution by reducing carbon emissions across the world. california has long been a leader amongst u.s. states in carbon policies and governor jerry brown vowing to keep it up despite the decisions coming from washington, dc. brown is leaving tomorrow for china. he will attend a global conference of energy ministers and he is going to be
encouraging individual states, provinces, cities and other nonnational governments to take their own actions to reduce greenhouse gases and most bay area leaders are on board. >> 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. >> reporter: many bay area companies are also publicly supporting the paris climate agreement including apple, google, "salesforce" and adobe. president trump is set to make his big announcement at noon our time. and most people that we have heard from close to the situation say that he will pull the country out of that agreement. >> okay. what happens next? >> reporter: it's the beginning of a long process and a lot of that would mean dismantling many of former president obama's policies to reduce climate change. that would all be led by epa
administrator scott pruitt. a full formal withdrawal could take up to three years to execute. james comey is expected to testify before a senate committee as early as next week! it will be the first time we hear directly from the fired fbi director on whether president trump pressured him to end the investigation into the trump campaign's possible ties with russia. over in the house, the intelligence committee says it issue subpoenas for two people and their businesses. multiple agencies are investigating a police shooting that left an officer and suspect with injuries. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in martinez with the very latest. jessica. >> reporter: we are on pacheco boulevard near camino del sol. i want to show you what's going on. officers and detectives on scene. they tell us that the officers fired into that vehicle you're seeing. it's a brown camaro kind of in a ditch right now. and police have been looking
for the suspect support a week. it started in vallejo. vallejo police on may 25 say the suspect was driving recklessly. police pursued him and he got away. police identified the driver as kevin decarlo of vallejo. then on may 27 vallejo police spotted him again but according to police he purposely crashed his vehicle into the police patrol car then got out and fled. then last night, police say they tracked the suspect down in martinez. again, officers say the suspect rammed the vehicle into the officers' car and that's when officers began shooting at the suspect! he was taken into hospital with multiple gunshot wounds. we spoke to a witness who said she knows the, um, suspect and she says that this all started as a police chase on the freeway. >> there was a high-speed chase. >> get in there. >> i guess apparently from vallejo and then they ended upcoming up off the freeway here and coming down the road. we been here all night only
because we knew who these people were. >> reporter: vallejo police say one of their officers had minor injuries and was checked out at the hospital. as you can see, this is still a very active investigation. it's happened at 9:30 p.m. last night. police still on scene gathering information speaking to people trying to find out what happened. there might be other people involved. we are gathering more information. as we learn the latest we'll bring that to you. reporting live in martinez, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. the san leandro ramp on 880 is back open this morning. it was shut down for nearly 15 hours because of a big rig crash. authorities say the truck flipped over and spilled some hazardous materials. the driver was not seriously hurt. the ramp reopened around 2 a.m. it was a wild day in traffic yesterday including that situation on the bay bridge. let's check to see how things are looking this morning with jaclyn. >> a lot of people were delayed due to the situation over at the bay bridge as well as that
connector ramp causing many people to reroute yesterday afternoon. so it's nice that it's back open. we are tracking a couple of slowdowns for you. here's a live look at 880. this is right in oakland and you can see traffic moving okay in both directions. just south of here, we are tracking delays -- that's towards the san mateo bridge and then just past that, a new crash. this is right near thornton. it's over on the shoulder. drive times in the green from 238 to 84. san mateo bridge busy. the crowds are developing. taillights westbound from hayward to foster city. 13 minutes. and here's a quick check of your travel times in the yellow for folks making their way through the altamont pass westbound 580 from 205 to 680. 26 minutes. hat's a chec k of your traffic; over to youthat's a check of our traffic. back to you -- roberta?
>> thanks, jaclyn. [ laughter ] >> we have some areas of localized drizzle along the coast and into the bay due to this right there right now. areas of low clouds and fog, it's the marine layer. it's pushed onshore. it has not pushed that far inland where it is hampering visibilities at mount vaca at all. we have clear skies there and unlimited visibility. 50 in santa rosa clear skies there. san jose has thin overcast at 61. it's in the 50s in san francisco and oakland. 58 now redwood city. livermore also sporting temperatures into the 50s. here's our satellite-radar and you can see that the clouds do stretch all the way out towards the tri-valley. along the sonoma coast drizzle into santa cruz. meanwhile the winds are not as aggressive this morning as previous mornings. they are between 5 to 10 miles per hour except right around the antioch area and fairfield
at 20. these winds later today will be variable 10 to 20 miles per hour. daytime highs going up gently compared to yesterday. 60 in pacifica. yesterday at 64 in san francisco, today 67. we were 74 in san jose. today a pair of 7s back through the rose garden district into willow glen and low 80s inland. by the way, maybe you're gonna plan some tailgating not going inside you don't have a ticket tonight at "roar-acle"? i have been out there in the parking lot just made it fun, 67 degrees at 6 p.m. at tip-off at the nba finals going on tonight with the cavs in town against our warriors. go, "dubs"! michelle? >> go, "dubs," right, roberta! for the third year in a row golden state will be taking on the cleveland cavaliers in game one of the nba finals but be careful when buying "dubs" gear. kpix 5's jackie ward is live inside oracle arena with what to look out for. >> reporter: isn't this is best way to kick off the summer? it's great. so yes of course you can buy
the merchandise and i'll tell you about what to avoid what to look for in just a little bit but first, it is all gold everything in oracle this morning. these are the shirts that are on more than 19,000 seats inside oracle arena. every fan will get this tonight. they are also hoping that the warriors walk away with a win to kick off the nba finals. so we stopped by practice yesterday as the team loosened up and shot around. tip-off is a little earlier than usual tonight at 6 p.m. instead of 7:30. so you have to hustle home after work so you can catch every minute of the game. there's a lot of cool swag out there of course that you can buy to commemorate the warriors's third consecutive trip to the finals everything from ts and hats to a full suit believe it or not. that's exclusively sold online. but this is the time of year counterfeiters really want to capitalize and take advantage of uninformed consumers. the nba tells us what buyers should look for before they buy something. >> this is a genuine product.
you can see on the bottom here, there's a hologram that's going to be sharp in color and going to have a spalding basketball on the back. you also want to look for the name of nba licensee. here it's adidas. >> reporter: let's talk ticket prices. they are high, no surprise there. the average ticket for tonight's game will cost $1,800. for game 2 it's even higher at $2,100. so tonight is sold out. however, we went on to warriors.com where tickets are still available for the sections in the 200s and they are selling for just under $400. live from oracle arena, jackie ward, kpix 5. elon musk's hyperloop is closer to reality. full scale test center just opened up in the netherlands. the dutch team that won the competition held by musk's spacex developed the super fast transport technology is aiming to break ground on a commercial
hyperloop between amsterdam and paris by 2021 it. the developers say it would only take commuters 30 minutes to reach their destinations. >> where you can live a lot further from your work and still be able to go to work in a decent time so for the daily commuters. >> right now, the dutch team has over half a million dollars in funding for the initial rounds of testing. they say that the hyperloop would transport people at 700 miles an hour. all right. mcdonald's is teaming up with one of the biggest names in ridesharing to bring you burgers right to your door. ill wagner of cbsmoneywatch.com has that story and more. >> reporter: federal health regulators say the u.s. government may have overpaid drugmaker mylan by as much as $1.2 billion for epipens. that's about 3 times more than a settlement mylan proposed last year after the company was accused of improperly classifying epipens in the medicaid drug rebate program. epipens treat severe allergic reactions. here on wall street
yesterday, the dow lost 20 points. the nasdaq fell four. and mcdonald's is expanding its delivery service. the chain expects delivery to be available in 3500 restaurants by the end of the month. mcdonald's is partnering with uber east delivery fees varying but generally around $5. and that's the cbsmoneywatch report. for more follow me on twitterer at #jillwagnercbs. at the new york stock exchange, i'm jill wagner. it's 5:41. california lawmakers appear to be on the brink of approving a total overhaul of the state's bail system. >> plus a look at the new flying vehicle being developed by one of google's cofounders. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
rise and shine! ! out the door you see gray skies at the coast. it's "june gloom" or the first day of a brand-new month. 5:44. so far no reports of delays at sfo. we'll check in with the faa in a matter of minutes. traffic and weather in less than 4 minutes. in san francisco, police are being pressed for information about a fatal stabbing in this packed community meeting in bernal heights locals living near a popular park, a man discovered with multiple stab wounds last week. a hiker spotted him early in the morning near the south side of bernal hill. police say the father of four don't think the killing was random so people shouldn't feel threatened. the victim's sister disagrees. >> nobody is safe. with the children out there and the killers nobody is safe.
if he is walking the streets of san francisco then nobody is safe because anybody could be his next target. >> police are stressing they don't believe hikers and joggers face any increased danger. but they still boosted patrols beyond the typical summertime strategy as they search for suspects. >> california lawmakers are on the brink of overhauling the state's bail system. today, the assembly is expected to vote on a bill that would eliminate cash bail for most people after they are arrested. judges would still be able to impose bail on defendants accused of serious crimes. they say the current system fairly keeps people in jail because they can't pay. the same measure passed yesterday in the state senate. hundreds of east bay high school seniors are getting help to pay for college part of the oakland promise, nearly 400 almost high school grads were just awarded a total of $3 million in college scholarships given out during the banquet. the oakland promise program
offers financial help mentoring opportunities and retreats for personal development. >> people encourage me to keep doing what i do because the questions that i have from my parents they didn't go to college so now i have this program and mentoring questions [ indiscernible ] >> students got up to $16,000 to help pay for college. this year the east bay college fund awarded a record number of oakland students scholarships. kitty hawk proving its grand plan is taking flight. the two-minute clip shows test pilots flying a vehicle above waterways. it's a first time a kitty hawk prototype is airborne without being anchored to a buoy. this one hovered several feet above water and steered with a controller just like a videogame and some leaders in silicon valley are confident it could set a trend. >> this is a working prototype.
this could go into mass production quickly. as technology goes, the components are not that sophisticated. >> backed by the google cofounder larry page will go on sale later this year. doesn't it look like that the speeder bike from "star wars"? the storm troopers were on? it looks like that. >> i guess. sort of. >> that's super cool. do you need a license a driver's license or pilot's license? >> do i need to track this along with traffic? >> could have used that yesterday because of the traffic on the bay bridge. >> soon maybe save a lot of time. we are tracking delays for folks making their way through the south bay not along this route. this is 101 at trimble but we'll take it over to our maps where we are tracking some slowdowns at -- along 101 as you are approaching 880 there. that's where we're seeing those delays. speeds drop below 40 miles per
hour. "slow, stop, go." nothing unusual along that stretch. just the crowds developing. in the yellow drive time 26 minutes from 205 on out towards 680. for those heading through the altamont pass, it is getting crowded out there. 680 heading through walnut creek, looking good. those taillights making their way southbound as you make your approach towards highway 24. that is still in the green if you are heading westbound. and over along the eastshore freeway, that's starting to back up. here's the bay bridge toll plaza. the metering lights are on. we're in the yellow. it's just under 20 minutes making your way from the maze into downtown san francisco. that earlier crash along the eastshore freeway, that has been cleared. but we continue to see that backup stretching into the foot of the maze from the bay bridge toll plaza. slowdowns that this morning. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. jaclyn, the transamerica pyramid stands 853 feet tall. we can't see the top because of
the return of the marine layer. it is pushed onshore. it's engulfing the bay early. but i have to tell you when the receiving is this low, i'm guessing 600 feet right now, we would have delays on sfo on some arriving flights. faa not checking in yet. they usually do at 6:00 so we'll keep you posted. meanwhile, inland we're not affected by the marine layer. it is not streaming into the mount vaca area. the marine layer is going 50 miles inland. livermore 57. santa rosa clear at 50. overcast in san jose 61. george checking in with us our weather watcher here in san francisco, reporting very heavy fog, we have areas of drizzle. a quarter mile visibility. thanks, george. west wind now in san francisco, that's an onshore "pushhhh" off the ocean at 7. otherwise, calm winds in redwood city and in san jose. san ramon at 8. lesser winds
this morning than 24 hours ago except in fairfield at 20 and those winds will be consistent late this afternoon 10 to 20. so we have the clouds lined up along the coast and then pushing inland to the tri- valley. no overcast in the north bay. we'll all clear out later today. weak high pressure builds in. we see the mixing of the clouds. here's lunchtime today around justin herman plaza still socked in then the clouds back off and push back on tonight. it's a shallow deck of low clouds overnight so tomorrow, during the afternoon hours, everybody is basking in the sunshine and slightly warmer conditions. saturday morning some good sleeping weather overcast skies and then quick burnoff and look at the afternoon and evening hours on saturday. official sunrise is just about right now. that's where we saw it in the mount vaca area. sunset at 8:26. temperatures smack in between, today 60 pacifica, 81 fairfield, 82 brentwood.
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law enforcement officials. they do not have the authority to make arrests but only with written authorization from a bail bondsman. deputies are looking into a tragic accident at lake tahoe. they say a 14-year-old girl died when she was hiking on a trail. the el dorado sheriff's office said she fell nearly 50 feet off the trail. an off-duty officer got down to her and tried cpr. she was taken to the hospital where she died. police in los angeles are still looking for the person who sprayed racist graffiti on the home of lebron james. >> no matter how much money you have, um, no matter how famous you are, no matter how many people admire you, you know, being black in america is -- it's tough. and, um, we got a long way to go, um, you know, for -- for us as a society for us as
african-americans until we feel equal. >> the "n" word was tagged on his gate in brentwood. police are investigating the incident as a hate crime. james and his family were not home at the time. it is 5:56. today is the day president trump is set to announce his decision on whether or not the u.s. will pull out of the paris accord meant to combat global warming. what that could mean next. >> reporter: vallejo police shoot a suspect in martinez. it happened last night and it's still a very active scene. i'm live with the latest coming up.
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historic paris climate agreement. >> overnight a police pursuit ends with an officer-involved shooting in the east bay. a live report on the investigation unfolding now. >> good morning, it's thursday, june 1. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. first let's start with traffic and weather. jaclyn is tracking the roads. >> good morning. we're tracking some fog. roberta has been mentioning that. we have a fog advisory in place for drivers across the golden gate bridge so take it easy. also, slowdowns as you make your way through san jose. we have been tracking delays and now we have a trash. this is northbound 101 and it's right as you approach 680 there. definitely causing a backup. we are tracking delays heading into livermore. westbound 580 reports of a new accident right near north flynn road. it's not blocking languages but you can see those speeds, they are below 40 miles per hour. 26-minute ride from 205 towards 680. bay bridge toll plaza, metering lights on, and the backup