tv KPIX 5 News Early Edition CBS June 7, 2017 6:00am-7:01am PDT
and reports of a new crash along westbound 237 at zanker. more on that coming up in the next traffic report. over to brian for a check on the forecast. thank you, jaclyn. we are starting out on this wednesday, june 7, with cloudy to mostly cloudy skies for much of the bay area, although it was clear inland an hour ago. we are waiting for the latest reports. concord 56. livermore 52. san francisco 52. you can see the sun trying to peek through at sfo in the background. for us today we'll increase clouds in advance of a bit of a storm system moving through the bay area overnight tonight in the north bay and spread showers south over the rest of the bay area tomorrow. so it will be mostly sunny, cooler and increasing clouds towards sunset and then showers spread south tomorrow. high temperatures for today 73 in san rafael. 79 for livermore. 76 in san jose. san francisco 65. it's in the extended forecast where we pick up the rain late tonight north bay rest of the bay area tomorrow not much but
enough to get streets wet and the good news is we'll clear out for the weekend. we'll have more weather coming up. today shareholders of google's parent company are set to put equal pay in the spotlight. anne makovec reports. >> reporter: a lot of accusations against google that they might be paying men more than women. so investors have really been pressuring some of the shareholders who are meeting with google today to demand a report on a possible gender pay gap that google says doesn't actually exist. well, the department of labor earlier this year representative found, quote, systemic compensation disparities against women at google. the government actually sued google back in january demanding statistics on employee compensation.
federal contractors are required to comply with certainly civil rights laws. the government says google was selected randomly for an audit and refused to hand over data despite requests, which may be risky. >> to be accused in this day and age of paying women across the board not just a woman but potentially hundreds of thousands of women at a lower rate, that's significantly has the potential to damage their brand. >> reporter: a statement google says: >> reporter: so today there's going to be a discussion on whether or not there is a problem and then what exactly to do about it. so we have a bit of a process ahead. live in mountain view, anne
makovec, kpix 5. developing overseas, this morning, attacks in iran's capital tehran has killed 12 people and 42 injuries. gunmen have opened fire at the iranian parliament and a nearby mausoleum. one of the attackers carried out a suicide bombing. a session going on at the time of the bombing. isis claims responsibility. in the wake of the terrorist attack on the london bridge prime minister theresa may says human rights laws will change if they get in the way fighting terror. the uk heads to the poll to decide if her party stays in power. she has faced criticism recently from opposition labor leader jeremy corbin. security has become a major issue since saturday's attack. british police believe that cure ram butt and rachid redouane were planning it for two to three weeks and others may have known about the plot.
>> they are the duty to report it. >> 8 people were killed and dozens injured after they rammed a vehicle into people and stabbed people in the area. the terrorists were killed by police. president trump announced on twitter he will nominate christopher wray as the new fbi is director. he wrote, quote: governor chris christie. wray is a former assistant attorney general who also served as new jersey governo >> wray was the attorney for new jersey governor chris christie. wray is a former assistant attorney general who also served as new jersey governor chris christie's personal attorney during the "bridge- gate" scandal. he currently works in private practice. this comes as former fbi director james comey will testify publicly before congress about alleged russian interference in the 2016 election tomorrow. comey's testimony is expected to focus on his interactions with president trump before he was fired. >> i wish him luck. >> president trump wished james
comey luck tuesday ahead of his highly anticipated testimony thursday against the senate intelligence committee. the fired fbi director will detail his interactions with the president before he was fired last month. among them, that mr. trump allegedly pressured him to drop the bureau's investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn. an individual familiar with what comey told associates after that request told cbs news comey asked attorney general jeff sessions to prevent him from being alone in a room with the president again in order to protect the fbi from white house influence. while comey isn't expected to say whether the president obstructed justice, he will likely address president trump's claim that comey repeatedly told him he was not the subject of the fbi's probe. the white house has yet to say whether the president will push back against comey's testimony by tweeting in real time. >> my guess is he is going to let the testimony play out and then respond to it sometime
later that day. >> yesterday, press secretary sean spicer refused to say whether the president still had confidence in attorney general jeff sessions. >> i have not had a discussion with him about that. >> the president is disappointed over sessions' recusal from the ongoing investigations into russia. director of national intelligence dan coats is scheduled to testify before the senate intelligence committee today about his interactions with president trump. the "washington post" is reporting the president also tried to get him to convince comey to back off flynn. lawmakers are trying to prevent any more children from dying in hot cars and in just a few hours they are introducing a bill called the hot cars act. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in the newsroom with details. >> reporter: federal lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are proposing this bill. if passed, it would let drivers know that a passenger was still in the back seat when a car is turned off. and they are saying this could be done with technology that already exists. more than 800 kids have died from heat stroke in cars since 1990, including nine so far
this year. california is the third worst state in the country with 55 deaths in 27 years. a woman in san jose has been developing similar technology for years. >> forgetting about what kind of parent it is, let's protect the child. i mean, at the end of the day, it is about prevention and to me, prevention is parenting. >> reporter: the bill says a lot of factors may lead to this horrible situation things like a change in routine, stress or fatigue. texas is the state with the highest number of heat stroke deaths with 113 since 1990. in the newsroom, jackie ward, kpix 5. tonight, the warriors and cavaliers face off in cleveland for game 3 of the nba finals. "dubs" fans can see the game at a number of watch parties here in the bay area. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in oakland this morning with the details. jessica. >> reporter: well,my verbal the wars may be on the road but that doesn't mean the actions stop here at oracle arena. this is where "dub nation" will
be tonight for the official watch party hosted by the team one of a number of watch parties in the area. you can head to warriors.com for $20 tickets for game three for the watch party at oracle arena. part of it goes to two different charities, two foundations. parking is $10. doors open at 5:00. tip-off at 6 p.m. the city of san francisco will also hold a huge watch party at civic center plaza today. a jumbotron will broadcast the game in front of city hall and san francisco's watch party is alcohol-free. also in san francisco, a new warriors store opens today at the westfield shopping center. get some gear before heading to a number of watch parties. the official watch party here at oracle arena tonight. they are also going to have a watch party for game 4 and that
is already sold out on friday. i'm guessing because a lot of people want to see the warriors sweep but, you know, they have to win tonight first. if so, they are one game away from a series sweep. live in oakland, jessica flores, kpix 5. back in the weather center, we have rain on the way. and the forecast is coming up. >> drivers making their way through walnut creek, 680 at north main street okay. but crashes on 101 could slow you down. i'll have the details coming up. >> plus, in our tech report how facebook is working to become more accessible for those who are hard of hearing.
a special election in santa rosa has spelled defeat - for pro- tenant activists. it's wednesday, june 7. as we look at the friendsly skies of sfo, they will be filled with clouds in the early going. sun early, rain later. a special election in santa rosa has spelled defeat for a pro tenant activist. voters cast their ballots on a measure that would have limited rent increases to no more than 3% each year. it also would have prevented landlords from evicting tenants without a just cause. the initiative lost roughly 52% to 47%. the measure stemmed from an orderrians that was approved by the city council -- ordinance that was approved by the city council but put in limbo by a referendum petition. plans for a new marriott are going on. it's approved. the five-story hotel would be built on san antonio road. some claim it's too high. others are worried it will
bring too much traffic to the area. city council members will now reviewed plan. today quiet zones will be established within the city limits of santa rosa. smart trains will continue to roll through. however, crews will no longer sound their horns at gate crossings. [ horn ] >> it will include 14 crossings within the city limits to reduce the amount of noise generated by train horns and increase safety at crossings but they can still be sounded in an emergency and at stations. all right. it is time to get a check on traffic and weather once again. >> mm-hm. >> we starting with traffic. >> we'll start with traffic. yes, it's busy out there. we are tracking hot spots slowing folks down. sorry to report that news. the bearer of bad news. westbound 237 cruising around 40 miles per hour as you make your way from 880 to 101 due to an accident a car in a
ditch. we are tracking a new crash on 101 between lawrence expressway and paris boulevard. northbound no backups yesterday there on 101 but south of there we are seeing the usual clouds building from 680 to 880. 101 an accident and car fire and a mess southbound around 30 miles per hour the residual slowdowns. still okay making your way along the san mateo bridge in hayward but busy. you will be in good company over at the bay bridge toll plaza. right now we're in the yellow past those metering lights. "slow, stop, go" up the incline on into san francisco. 22 minutes. the backup along the eastshore freeway extends beyond cal state. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. jaclyn, thank you. good morning. we are looking at sunrise today. the sun rose at 13 minutes
before 6 a.m. and we'll get sunset tonight at 8:29 p.m., not that we'll see either in its full glory most of us, this morning low clouds and tonight high clouds in advance of this storm that's winding up, up in the gulf of alaska. heading our way for thursday. in the meantime, we'll get some sun later in the day. the numbers top out near 80. it is proof, there you have it, from mount vaca at concord now we have 56 degrees. clear skies at livermore at least and 52 mostly cloudy in san jose right now and 55 degrees. we'll continue with the sunny chilly regime at the shoreline. it will warm-warm. warm and mid- to upper 70s. look what's coming. low pressure in the gulf on the southern side high clouds toward northern california. overcast at sun sight, breaks of sunshine earlier this is day but the futurecast draws a bead on when the central part of the
showers will be moving into the bay area and that's tomorrow morning. it will begin tonight in the north bay. then spread south and the next logical question is when does it get out? it's going to be friday. by friday night we'll be in the clear. but tomorrow morning does look wet. as for how wet? we have prepared this beautiful graphic. .46" ukiah. .25" for santa rosa and san rafael. farther south, the less rain tomorrow. futurecast says after that, we get chilly into the weekend with that low subsiding over northern california bringing cool air with it. so to sum it up sunny later and increasing clouds in the afternoon hours in the north bay. and then showers spread south tomorrow. so it probably will be a wet commute tomorrow. that's how i always say probably. that's because i work for a lifetime in weather. 58 in eureka. 59 mendocino. 70 monterey. sacramento just 67 today. really cooling down in advance of this.
partly cloudy at sfo. if you are going to new york it will be dry for the first time in a few days. and 69 degrees. los angeles looks a-okay. so do we really. today the numbers close to average. 56 in san francisco. concord78 today. oakland 67. in the south bay we're starting out mostly cloudy and temperatures in the mid-70s today. east bay walnut creek 76 degrees. pittsburg 80. brentwood 83. livermore 79. that's not quite as warm as yesterday. 73 for petaluma. 73 for san rafael. mill valley 72. and in santa rosa 76. finally up in lake tahoe it's still warm near 80. extended forecast rain tomorrow, and then it will break up by tomorrow night. friday we'll get the sun coming out. the weekend will be chilly and nice with numbers in the warmest spots from the low to mid-70s. that's weather. for the latest on uber, here's michelle. brian, thank you. uber is working to improve its
workplace culture. the san francisco-based ride hailing giant just fired more than 20 employees amid reports of sexual harassment within the company. it's not clear what specific actions resulted in the terminations or who was fired. a law firm began looking into uber after a former engineer accused the company of systemic sexism. a failed proposal had been introduced by a group of tesla pension funds that criticized tesla for filling its board almost entirely with members personally or professionally tied to elon musk. facebook is trying to become more accessible to deaf and hard of hearing people. it will allow users to create and stream closed cammarano on their live videos. users will be able to create them on their own or through a technology venture. facebook officials say you can turn it on in settings. nba game 3 tonight 6:00 we
got dennis on red alert in cleveland. we'll go out and check in and see what the warriors have cooking for the cavaliers. >> all right. but first, what's cool about your school or summer camp? email your nomination to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, and we may feature your school or camp on the thursday morning show.
loom large again? both averaging at least 30 points per game through two games. the two league mvps obviously have chemistry on the floor. it's almost a "bromance" way from it. >> october to now got to know him a lot better than i did and, um, that will hopefully continue as we hopefully go forward in our careers but, um, he is a great dude. he has a great sense of humor. feel like i'm on a dating show right now. [ laughter ] >> he is a great dude. great dude. [ laughter ] >> i really like being around him. and, um, hopefully that continues. giants against the brewers last night in milwaukee. this is the pitcher chase anderson big blow in the third off the wall an rbi double off matt cain. anderson and milwaukee won the game 5-2 as the giants have now lost six of eight. meantime, this hot dog, look at that. that became loaded. so did the a's bats.
hosting the blue jays, ryan healy a 6th inning s.w.a.t. and he couldn't get it scoring chris davis. oakland won 4-1. the a's have won 3 of 4 so that's sports at this hour. on the heels of game 3, the warriors really going to make it 14 straight wins in these play-offs ... or the cavaliers will noll the same script as last year, make a series out it by having an answer tonight. see you later. ♪[ music ] are men getting a fatter paycheck here at google than women? we'll tell you about the push shareholders are expected to make today. >> and a fan of milo yiannopoulos is now suing after several out of control riots. how much he is seeking in damages next.
just a few hours: shareholders of google's i have to say, though, that i think, um, you know, examiner the two, that watergate pales really in my view, um, compared to what we're confronting now. >> james clapper speaks about allegations that president trump campaign team colluded with russian hackers. plus -- >> i just want to make sure that we're not using people's data and we're not using people's movements and things in ways that they don't want them to be used. >> the growing concerns of san jose's new smart streetlights could cause a privacy problem. but first, in just a few
hours shareholders of google's parent company are expected to push for an investigation into the pay gap in the company. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at the tech giant's mountain view headquarters with the details. anne. >> reporter: you know, google has long been known as a pretty secretive company. but today, shareholders are expected to push for a report on a gender pay gap that google insists does not exist. >> we want to see more women in senior leadership positions. >> reporter: google says it wants more women at the top of the company in videos but some found compensation disparities against women in google. the government sued them in january demanding statistics on employee compensation. the government says google was randomly selected for an audit and refuses to hand over data which lawyers say is risky
>> they run the risk of lawing all their federal contracts. that's a significant punishment. >> reporter: in a statement, google says, quote, every year we do a comprehensive robust analysis of pay across genders and we have found no gender pay gap other than making an unfounded statement which we heard for the first time in court the department of labor hasn't provided any data or shared its methodology. so today the discussion with shareholders is first going to have to get into whether or not there is a possible pay gap and then what to do about it. live in mountain view, anne makevoc, kpix 5. a live look outside. look at all that traffic building up and backing up at the bay bridge toll plaza. and a live look at 880 in oakland. things are moving along freely there. let's check weather with brian hackney. >> you know, yesterday you had reminded us that it was june 6 and it was 73 years ago that d-
day invasion took place along 50 miles of normandy coastline. the headline everybody woke up to today was that! >> wow. >> yeah. >> that's a newspaper -- you know, actually this is from june 6, 1944. the l.a. herald. inside i also discovered you can get tomatoes 3.99 a pound. then a dime a pound. >> good condition for that year. >> i have a newspaper from after the day abraham lincoln was assassinated. it's fun to collect stuff. and it's fun to bring you up to date on what's happening tomorrow which is going to be showers moving into the bay area. this morning not too bad. we have overcast skies. a few high clouds and that's in advance of the storm moving out of the gulf and that storm is going to spread showers south. today looks okay. sfo is beginning with mostly cloudy skies, as well. the numbers as you head out the door this morning, mostly in the 50s and we'll look at
numbers recovering to about 80 inland and the mid-60s along the shoreline. today fine. tomorrow wet. that's going to impact traffic. for the latest on that here's jaclyn. >> remember that. he said it. you could have a very wet and slippery commute tomorrow. we are tracking a couple of hot spots and it's slowing folks down through the south bay. we had an earlier crash along 237 near zanker and now this crash along 101 heading northbound near fair oaks boulevard and lawrence expressway. you can see traffic backed up to 880 at this point. your cruising speed approaching the scene of that crash dips down close to 10 miles per hour. "slow, stop, go." we'll get a check of the travel times here in a moment. delays continue for drivers heading along southbound 101 due to the earlier accident near candlestick. there's a live look. this is right near 3rd street and you can see that that southbound direction, yeah, not moving too fast. so if you are heading to sfo,
give yourself some extra time. san mateo bridge 20 minutes out of hayward to foster city. chp really busy this morning. pulled over a couple of cars there so be on the lookout for them and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, very slow in the red now into the city. a man accused of posing as a nurse at a san francisco clinic is due in court today. 39-year-old chad brian list is accused of practicing medicine without a license. investigators say he was able to work as a volunteer nurse at the city impact clinic by providing a forged certificate from the american academy of nurse practitioners. according to court records. litz treated at least 28 different patients with little supervision. he also prescribed controlled substances to two of those patients. litz has pleaded not guilty. in just a few hours lawmakers will be introducing a new bill to try to prevent hot car deaths. kpix 5's jackie ward is live in the newsroom to tell us how it could save lives. >> reporter: our cartels us what to do all the time, right,
like when to put on our seatbelts and add more air to the tires. today some federal lawmakers are asking why not a reminder that would save our children's lives? nine children have died this year as a result of being left in a hot car. and as we enter the summer months the risk is greater. the lawmakers say technology for the alert already exists. parents he spoke to said they would be grateful for the reminder. >> when i hear those stories, my compassion goes out to people who have forgotten. i forget things all the time and that's not one -- you don't want to make that mistake. >> reporter: california is the third worst state when it comes to hot car deaths behind texas and florida. since 1990, 55 children have died in our state. a news conference will be held in washington, dc at 10 a.m. pacific time. in the newsroom, jackie ward, kpix 5. the senate could vote on healthcare legislation by the 4th of july according to an announcement by senate majority leader mitch mcconnell.
in a meeting yesterday at the white house, mcconnell said the congressional budget office plans to issue a new report soon on the senate's version of the bill. it's been negotiated behind closed doors among republicans according to a cnn source. so far mcconnell hasn't set a firm date for the vote. this morning, the president is leaving for cincinnati and ohio to meet with obama victims and talk healthcare and infrastructure. that tweet came after he announced that he will nominate christopher wray as the new fbi director. wray is a former assistant attorney general who also served as new jersey governor chris christie's personal attorney during the "bridge- gate" episode. he currently works in private practice. all eyes are on washington this morning. president trump announced his pick for the new fbi director as we mentioned. he is nominating christopher wray to replace james comey who was fired in may. the announcement comes one day before comey is set to testify about alleged russian interference in the 2016 election. he is expected to detail his
interactions with the president before he was fired. trump reportedly pressured him to drop the investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn. >> it is absolutely crucial for the united states and for that matter for the world for this presidency, for the republicans, for the democrats and for our nation at large that we get to the bottom of this. >> our president says that the investigation is a witch hunt and there were no connections between his campaign and russia. a fan of milo yiannopoulos has filed a lawsuit against the board of regents at uc- berkeley, the mayor of berkeley and a slew of others over alleged civil rights and first amendment violations. the lawsuit alleges uc and other officials reduced the rights of the plaintiff by subjecting her and other invitees to bodily harm during riots on campus because they were expressing a different viewpoint. uc-berkeley said in a statement, it looks forward to
contesting this collection of false claims. time now 6:37. bart's plan to crack down on seat hogs appears to be ending. next, why the agency is considering rescinding an ordinance put in place to help stop the problem. >> reporter: game 3 of the nba finals in cleveland tonight. i'll tell you where you can watch the game here locally. i'll have the details on the watch party coming up.
tip off is at 6.. and there are plenty of watch parties happening tonight in the bay area.. kpix 5's jessica flores is li have you heard? tonight is game 3 of the nba finals. it's at 6 p.m., at cleveland. kpix 5's jessica flores reports from oakland at a watch party location. >> reporter: well, michelle, the warriors may be on the road but the action does not stop here at oracle arena. tonight, the team is hosting an official watch party here. this is not the only one across
the bay area. the gates open here about 4:30 p.m. when you can park your car for about $10. and you can get a $20 picture online at warriors.com. a portion of the proceeds going to the aed oakland community foundation and the warriors community foundation. tip-off at 6 p.m. the city of san francisco will also hold a huge watch party at civic center plaza today, a jumbotron will broadcast the game in front of city hall. san francisco's watch party is an alcohol-free event. also, in san francisco, a new warriors store opens today at the westfield shopping center. that's where you can stock up on all your gear before heading to one of those watch parties. now, it's the third straight final nba finals matchup against the cleveland cavaliers. so if they win tonight they are just one game away from a series sweep and that's why friday here at oracle arena the watch party is completely sold out. people hoping to watch that
series sweep here but again they have to win tonight first. reporting live in oakland, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. a new report makes the warriors the third most valuable nba franchise behind the knicks and lakers. experts say that the warriors are worth so much because of the 2015 championship, the all star line-up and the future location in san francisco. all right. tesla is providing an update on the new model 3 and a major retailer is closing more locations. for details let's check in with kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. good morning. tesla there's no change when it comes to the model 3 the mass market oriented car told shareholders that the annual meeting in mountain view that the model 3 is on schedule to hit the production line in july. he will start allowing customers to begin customizing
their orders although at first that will be relegated to color choice and wheel size, other options will come as production ramps up. he also told shareholders that the upcoming model y suv will hid roads in2019. but tesla will have to build a new factory for that one. shares are up on that news. it's been a rough 2017 for department store chains and sears is at the top of the list. the company already announced it's closing 180 locations including california mart this year adding another 72 include 16 sears, 49k marts and 7 sears auto centers. the company's stock is down about 30% since the beginning of the year. a lot of caution on wall street and big geo-political events taking place this week. this morning, though, stocks are going up after two days of selling. dow is up over 30. nasdaq up 19. s&p up 4. back to you. >> thank you.
the end of the line appears near for bart's never enforced seat hog ordinance. tomorrow directors will consider rescinding the law which would have subjected people to fines for occupying more than one seat during commute hours. the policy has never been enforced because directors and bart police never agreed on a strategy. streetlights in san jose are going high-tech converted to more energy-efficient smart lines but they are $36 million short to finish the job. they are asking private companies to pay for the rest of it. some wireless companies are interested because they can install data microsites on top of the poles. time check 6:45. let's check the roads. >> reporter: lots of brake lights on the freeways right now. we are tracking big delays for drivers heading along 101.
an earlier crash southbound 101 near candlestick still slowing things down. 101 near third and traffic backing up especially towards silver so southbound now the drill. northbound 101 to san jose and palo alto, sunnyvale, we are tracking a couple of earlier problems one with a major injury crash. a tough ride for drivers heading into sunnyvale this morning. westbound 237 continues to show some delays due to the earlier crash near zanker. here's the richmond/san rafael bridge. headlights westbound from the richmond parkway 10 minutes to the west side of the bridge there. the eastshore freeway "slow, stop, go" through berkeley and on over towards the bay bridge toll plaza. that has been a full house all morning long. just like usual. right now we are tracking a
little under 30 minutes from the maze into downtown san francisco. travel times in the red for many of our "bay area majors." grab a cup of coffee, it's going to be a long ride. here's another way to get around is in full display behind me. sfo looking good. sun peeking through on the peninsula and more will be coming later in the day. concord has 56 right now. we are heading out the door with readings mostly in the low to mid-50s today. nothing usual there for this time of the day nor here. sunny and chilly at the shoreline eventually today. and inland we won't be as warm as yesterday. we'll do no better than 80 degrees most locations mid-70s in the east bay. sunny today later in the day and then showers coming in tomorrow with increasing high clouds in advance of the low that's winding up in the gulf. it will make its way toward the shoreline tonight and tomorrow and here's what it looks like. we'll stop as of 10 a.m. tomorrow morning. you can see the timing on this calls for rain to develop near sunrise tomorrow morning in the
north bay and spreads south in time for the morning commute. we have clouds over the area but rain will be gone and then sun will come out again on friday so thursday looks a little bit bleak unless you like that kind of thing in which case you'll be jumping for joy because we'll get rain and clouds half inch at ukiah, napa and santa rosa quarter inch and san jose .7." these ar approximations. more in the north bay than the south bay. so today more sunshine eventually then increasing clouds in the afternoon and evening and showers will spread south tomorrow. not today, tomorrow. travel weather forecast, heading out of the bay area, 87 degrees at fresno. monterey aquarium partly cloudy and 70 and beautiful mendocino, i'd like to find out what it's like during the week. 59 degrees and mostly cloudy skies. partly cloudy for sfo later in the day. southwest winds in advance of
this system. high about 65 there. and about 69 in new york if that's where your travel plans are taking you. if you are staying right here at home, it's not bad. it's very close to average. 65 in san francisco today. 78 with increasing sunshine this afternoon for concord, san jose will hit 76 and oakland 67. in the south bay san jose is beginning with mostly cloudy skies this wednesday june 7th. sunnyvale up to 77 today. palo alto 78 degrees. mountain view 74 and san jose as we said 76. over in the east bay mid- to upper 70s will do it with a gauze of high clouds later in the afternoon and by tomorrow streets will get wet but not much more than that. 73 for petaluma. 75 for novato. and 74 in sonoma. saint helena warm at 80, same for clearlake lakeport and 79 for cloverdale. numbers begin to cool today and tomorrow. into the weekend, we will clear
it out. don't forget the showers tomorrow. but then after tomorrow, friday, saturday all the way through tuesday, things look sunny and eventually warmer. that's the latest on the weather. for the latest on the news i believe we are going to mr. choi. right now firefighting air tankers just like this are ready to take flight if flames start in california this wildfire season. fire crews say that two of them are based at the santa maria airport because it's centrally located to reach all regions of california. each one can carry 11,000 gallons of water. and surprisingly this model of plane was once a commercial jet. now fire crews say when they fly in it, staying alert and relaxed is key. >> very important that we do everything calmly and we are very collected before we go into any kind of situation like that and that we always have exits and out and we're leaving ourselves options. >> pilots flying the dc takers say it's contracted by the
forest service for state agencies and governments around the world. crews are working to demolish the oroville spillway at the dam. dozens of contractors and concrete, gravel and trucking are working to repair it. it failed and overflowed from february rains. the water department says construction should completed by november. time now for a look at what's coming up later on "cbs this morning." gayle king joins us now from new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. guess what we're talking about because i know you're talking about it, too. we are on this breaking news story. learning about president trump's fbi director nominee christopher wray. he just announced that this morning. plus a top democrat on the senate intelligence committee mark warner joins us ahead of james comey' testimony. and we'll hear from the parents of the woman charged with leaking a top secret nsa document and one more thing. kevin spacey will be here in studio 57 to join us at the table right over there all that
plus the eye-opener which means you know, michelle, in how many seconds? >> 90! >> you passed the test. see you in at 7:00. >> thank you. comparing the paychecks of men versus women employees at google. coming up what shareholders are expected to demand today. >> plus, the bay area city that's apologize apollizing about a tweet about sanctuary cities, apologizing about a controversial tweet.
says that it did find, quote, systemic compensation disparities against women at google. the government sued google back in january demanding statistics on employee compensation. the government says google was ran domly selected for an audit and then refused to hand over data despite repeated requests. in a statement google says: other than making an unfounded statement which we heard for the first time in court the department of labor hasn't provided any data or shared its methodology with google. so today there will be a discussion on whether or not there is a problem and then what to do about it if there is a problem. google has been secretive to members of the public. it will be interesting to see how this conversation with shareholders goes today. anne makovec, kpix 5. time now 6:56. it's time for your "final 5. this morning president trump announced on twitter he
will nominate christopher wray as the new fbi director wray a former assistant attorney general who was also new jersey governor chris christie's attorney. he is now in private practice. in tehran 12 people have been killed and 42 wounded in attacks on the parliament. isis claims responsibility. a fan of milo yiannopoulos filed a lawsuit against the board of regents and becker and others over civil rights and first amendment violations. hayward is adopting a sanctuary policy for undocumented immigrants. the city council voted unanimously to approve the measure at last night's needing. that comes after a tweet posted by the city of hayward ahead of the meeting that drew some criticism that read don't miss tonight's council meeting, let's talk he could about it. the city later apologized for the inappropriate tweet. in a few hours lawmakers
will introduce a new bill to prevent hot car deaths. nine children died in year as a result of being left in a hot car. a couple of hot spots we have been tracking all morning long. northbound 101 near farris boulevard an injury crash no longer blocking lanes traffic backed up on 680 to 101. give yourself some extra time through san jose. southbound 101 near candlestick a slow ride. traffic near third backed up beyond 101, 280, that interchange there. richmond/san rafael bridge "slow, stop, go" across the span and the bay bridge toll plaza big surprise, big delays. brian? >> all right. thank you. sorry, i was intermittently conscious. but now we're looking at mostly cloudy skies to start out with your wednesday morning. you see high clouds up top and low clouds down below and number we are getting out the door with readings mostly in the 50s today. and the feeling will be
chillier with clouds at the shoreline and inland not as warm more clouds less sun, you know, cooler temperatures. temperature in the mid- to upper 70s. here's why we're increasing clouds today. we have low pressure that's on the way for northern california. so sunny today, showers coming in tomorrow. so to sum it up we'll get partly cloudy skies, then increasing clouds towards sunset showers south tomorrow about quarter inch north and lesser south. forecast highs for the day in san francisco: extended forecast, we are going to be looking for showers to come in on thursday. if i communicated that i have done my job this morning. the weekend looks nice. >> you did. >> so tomorrow is going to be a messy commute. >> mm-hm. >> something for you to talk about. [ laughter ] >> there's always something to talk about. >> yeah. >> thanks for watching, everyone. >> the next local update is 7:26. and "cbs this morning" is coming up next. have a great day. ♪[ music ]
♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, june 7th, 2017. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news, president trump chooses former assistant attorney general christopher wray to replace fired fbi director james comey. and we have new details of what comey is expected to tell congress tomorrow. president trump jumps into a diplomatic crisis involving key middle east allies. russian hackers may have planted a fake news story that triggered the sudden isolation of qatar, the home of an important u.s. military base. and cbs news talks about the mother of the 25-year-old government contractor accused of leaking nsa secrets. she says her daughter, reality leigh winner, is scared