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drizzle, clouds, winds. steve in engineering had drizzle all the way heading into the city from the peninsula from san jose. i had drizzle from the oakland zoo into about the bay bridge and then it stopped and you had -- >> you asked me and i said no, no drizzle. >> jaclyn said i had sunshine yesterday! [ laughter ] >> my drive was perfect. >> we have some overcast conditions. it will clear out. we'll enjoy some sunshine and it's going to be clear and cooler. isn't that glorious? that's the scene from mount vaca. sunrise at 5:49. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. it is now 62 degrees in san jose. winds are a little breezy, stratus is patchy. we have some areas of drizzle. temperature-wise slightly below average. we are talking about 60s at the beaches today. 70s around the peninsula. good morning to you in los altos at 72 degrees. san jose checking in at 76. average high this time of the year is right around 78. so not far off its mark. pretty spot on as far as your temperatures are concerned near
union city. slightly below average in throughout the tri-valley. should be at 85. 79 today in danville, bested by brentwood at 84. good morning to you in discovery bay at 85. and 70s at the carquinez strait. stinson beach breezy. low 60s and patchy fog and also some clearing. 70s into petaluma. warmer in novato. mid- to high 80s further north towards lake county at 88 degrees at lakeport. got your full forecast forecast. it's going to be a holiday getaway weekend for many. that forecast at 18 after the hour. let's say good morning to jaclyn. >> that means there's going to be lots of traffic on friday getaway. accident westbound 580 at el charro. it looks like they are in the process of clearing them and the debris from the crash to the shoulder but speeds drop to 17 miles per hour. it jumps into the red. so do be prepared for delays
heading through the altamont pass towards 680. past that things pick up. here's a look at your ride 680 heading to walnut creek right near north main street traffic flowing freely in both directions. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. the san jose police department's independent auditor is calling for greater transparency when it comes to officer use of force. kpix 5's sandra osborne is live outside the police station with a look at a new report reporter: the big problem here is that in the review it talks about the lack of information for auditors to actually comb through to get the details they need and according to these auditors they say they have no authority to review some of the use of force cases if a complaint hasn't been filed by somebody in the public. so literally somebody has to go file a formal complaint for these auditors to be able to go through the details of that case. now, this is just one of the big topics in the annual review up for discussion at today's city council meeting. the independent auditor also raised concerns for the
department's tendency to give officers the benefit of the doubt in use of force cases. overall though the number of complaints has fallen. they went from 303 in 2015 to 292 in 2016. according to san joseinside.com those complaints and allegations are not only use of force but also encompass conduct unbe cooking of an officer and procedure violations. one that was different for this review for the year of 2016, in july of last year that's when san jose police officers started using body cameras so for some of these complaints, the auditors were actually able to pull the video to review some of these cases. that way the outcome on whether or not they believe these were sustained and justified and this is ing to change audits in the future. so only for half of last year were they able to pull those videos but we're going to see video influencing future audits. sandra osborne, kpix 5. republican leaders are facing an uphill battle to get
the new gop healthcare bill through the senate. the nonpartisan congressional budget office released its report on the impact of the bill yesterday. and the cbo says that the new legislation will cause 280 million more americans to lose coverage by 2026 and reduce the budget deficit by $321 billion. the biggest drop is next year when the penalty for not having insurance would be eliminated. some senators are demanding changes before they vote yes while others are concerned what gop leadership will do to get the final votes that they need. >> unless the bill changes. >> the best way to lose me on this bill is to start buying people off. so that's what i'm really suspicious of. >> the bill would radically cut federal funding for medicaid, 13.5 million californians get their insurance through that program. gop leaders have been pushing for a vote this week. republicans can only lose 2 votes to pass it. the alameda county sheriff
is getting money from the fed to help stop extremist groups like the ones behind scenes like this in berkeley last february. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in san leandro to explain reporter: good morning. yeah, that's right. the department of homeland security has awarded a grant of nearly half a million dollars to the alameda county sheriff's office to fight violent extremists. now, critics of this federal program say it targets muslim communities and islamists and targets islamic extremists but the alameda county sheriff's office want to use the money to target white supremists and radical anarchists five months after antifascist protestors stormed uc-berkeley campus to shut down a speak by conservative speaker milo yiannopoulos. kpix 5 security analyst jeff harp says the fbi is already
busy investigating domestic terror cases. this grant can supplement those efforts. >> terrorism comes in a lot of different flavors. and so that could be used to combat terrorism to pay officer overtime to conduct investigations, to participate in other agency investigations. >> reporter: the sheriff's department says the money will be used to reach out to alienated young people and to disrupt radicalization of prisoners at santa rita jail. the sheriff's department says there will be no focus on islam. alameda county is one of 26 different law enforcement agencies and community groups that were awarded this money totaling $10 million. reporting live in san leandro, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. new details this morning on a san francisco teenager who fell to her death at lands end in san francisco last week. according to police, the 17- year-old girl and her two friends ignored a danger area closed sign there and walked to the end of a painted rock cliff when she fell 200 feet landing
on a large rock. the girl died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. minimum wage for many workers in the bay area is going up. in just a few hours, san francisco city leaders will be celebrating the change. kpix 5's anne makovec is live outside city hall with the details. anne reporter: yeah. july 1 is the day that people in several parts of the bay area are going to be getting a big raise. so they are going to be celebrating that in san francisco here today where it is going to be $14 an hour for the new minimum wage in san jose, new minimum wage $12 an hour. right now it is $10.50. both cities are working their way to a $15 an hour minimum wage. san francisco will be there next year, san jose by january 1, 2019. but a lot of the community groups at today's celebration say that it's important to
organize now. everybody from workers to employers need to learn the new law. there's a new study about the effects of the minimum wage. we'll talk about that in the next half-hour. anne makevoc, kpix 5. new this morning, google is getting slapped with a record $2.7 billion fine from the european union. the eu says that google abused its power by promoting its own products at the top of search results. the mountain view company has 90 days to stop it or face more fines every day. time now 5:08. wildfires are raging out of control all across the western u.s. this morning. we'll take a closer look at the devastation. >> you might see delivery robots zipping around the sidewalks of san francisco. details on the new developments. >> from the kpix weather center, good morning, everybody. we certainly do have a cooler day on tap for you but i'll talk about the temperatures as we slide into the 4th of july.
across the west coast.. firefighters have their hands full battling wildfires. good morning. welcome back to "kpix 5 morning news." our time check is 5:12 on this tuesday, june 27. it's live. it's our weather camera looking out to patchy fog drizzle along the peninsula this morning as you work your way in towards san francisco. the clearing and the cooling and what you can expect, it's traffic and weather coming up in four minutes. across the west coast firefighters have their hands full battling wildfires, this one in riverside county started by a car crash yesterday. reed binion shows us tens of thousands of acres have been scorched in a number of states reporter: thick clouds of smoke are blanketing parts of the west coast this week. california is among the states affected. the manzanita wildfire has already scorched roughly 1200
acres and counting. the fast-moving fire was started after a traffic collision and has authorities warning residents about possible evacuations. over in utah, the brian head fire, which started 10 days ago, has grown to 46,000 acres. and mother nature isn't helping the crews. >> there's no break in the weather anticipated for the next 10 days. so how do we continue doing this? well, we strategize, make good plans, ensure the safety of the firefighters and the public. we make sure that we're moving in the right direction. >> reporter: that includes a new incident command center for those battling the blaze. >> what we literally do is set up an entire city which includes communications, showering, catering, porta- potties. >> reporter: more than 1500 people in that area have been evacuated due to fires throughout the state. officials say nearly 1500 structures are still threatened. meanwhile, in arizona, crews are battling several fires as temperatures are expected in the triple digits. i'm reed binion reporting. >> in the last few hours, the
manzanita fire in riverside county has exploded in size. flames have burned 5,000 acres there. and it's 10% contained. hundreds of san jose state university students are scrambling to find a place to stay this fall. the university has notified more than 600 students that they won't get campus housing. school officials say the overcrowding is due to unusually high enrollment this year. more than 100 of those students are freshmen who are required to live on campus but that likely will be waived. a proposal to ban robot deliveries on sidewalks in san francisco has been stalled. san francisco supervisor normaley asked a small business commission not to vote saying they need more research done before committing to an outright ban. the ban was proposed over concerns with pedestrian safety. this all happened monday but a board of supervisors committee is expected to hold a hearing in september. let's get a check on traffic with jaclyn. >> good morning. we are tracking a new accident. this is in the south bay. you're taking a live look at
101 at first street. we don't see any delays just yet. but we are getting reports of this accident involving a big rig and a couple of other vehicles. this is along southbound 101 to northbound 880 just a heads up if you are traveling through that stretch this morning. you may see some flashing lights. we have been dealing with this accident for some time now westbound 580 at el charro road. it's now backing things up beyond airway. so do expect delays through the altamont pass. we are in the yellow over 30 minutes from 205 to 680. one car blocking a lane southbound 880 near 16th street. you can start to see the slowdowns building and we have speeds right around 25 miles per hour approaching the scene. and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights just yet. any minute they will be turning those on. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thanks, jaclyn. hi, everybody. 5:15. let's get to it. this morning, if you want the
dense fog you have to go south to santa maria. here you can see the lights of oakland, alameda and berkeley. we have cloud cover throughout most areas except for right there right now check it out. that's mount vaca. boy, is that pretty? did you notice how blue the sky was yesterday? going to be the same again today with the cooler air mass in place. right now 54 in santa rosa. it's 58 in livermore. mid-50s in san francisco. otherwise, 60s redwood city, oakland and in san jose. we do have a little bit of a dip right there, don't we here? winds are up to 18 in the oakland area so breezy. west winds during the afternoon 10 to 20 miles per hour. right now they are fluctuating san ramon southwest at 10. fairfield west-southwest wind at 22 miles per hour. and looks like the coast is clear according to this particular slight imagery so i wanted to take a better look and i called on this one and it looks like we have patchy
stratus same inland producing a little bit of drizzle. it's condensation from the marine layer. but boy, we're going to scour out the fog sooner than yesterday but it's going to be cooler because of the cooler air mass in place. gradual warming thursday, friday. comfortable temperatures that low is enhancing that marine layer for the most part with that cooler air mass in place. but it does dig out later. we will see it intensify again tonight and stream further inland. but then it backs off and we have high pressure strengthening resulting in a warmer wednesday. today around the state 84 state capital. 65 monterey bay, very seasonal there. 94 in redding and 84 degrees in yosemite. take a look at your temperatures for the day. 62 degrees in pacifica. mid-60s around the bay. 70s peninsula. pretty much settling into the 70s inland. slightly below average. we should be at 85 degrees in livermore. instead, 78 there. upper 70s concord, clayton and walnut creek. low 80s from guerneville to
santa rosa. 70s in the santa clara valley. very refreshing day, great air quality, breezy during the day. temperatures up through saturday then steady towards the 4th of july a week from today. hey, michelle, we have big doings yesterday with dre green, right? >> the first-ever nba awards show drake hosted the event in new york last night. >> draymond green stopped kicking people in the groin and moved on to something much worse his own podcast. it's a tough listen. >> green had the last laugh taking home defensive player of the year. >> like, this isn't a -- this isn't a individual award, you know, it's five guys out there on the floor at a time. and like i can't do this all by
myself so i appreciate them. >> some other highlights, mike d'antoni of the houston rockets got coach of the year. malcolm of the milwaukee bucks won rookie of the year. and russell westbrook of the oklahoma city thunder won mvp. even got a surprise congratulations from taylor swift. she shared this video last night. >> i was the one who taught to you dribble to shoot hoops you know and i remember the first time you beat me at basketball and i was very upset and you said, if you remember correctly, you said, you just to shake it off. and i got an idea. so essentially we have each other to thank for these careers. obviously, um -- >> she is so cute. swift said they actually have never met but she wanted to send a message because she is a big fan. steph curry and his wife put on their own concert.
they are the latest celebrities to sing their favorite "hamilton" song [ unintelligible rap lyrics ] >> love that. they joined forces with hamilton starlin manuel star, lin-manuel miranda. you can donate $10 to the cause and sing the song with the hashtag ham for all. the winners go to the los angeles opening of "hamilton" in august. we'll be right back.
good morning. tuesday morning commute is starting to heat up. we are tracking an accident over at the bay bridge toll plaza. how far that backup stretches and how much time you're going to need to leave the house this morning, find out coming up. but first, a check on sports with dennis. good morning, everybody. at the first annual nba awards show, warriors general manager bob myers won executive of the year. would draymond green join him in taking home some hardware? >> the 2017 player of the year goes to -- [ pause ] >> -- draymond green. >> green became the first warrior to window fencive player of the year.
he had finished runner-up the last couple of years and said it was big coming from a team known mostly for its offense. russell westbrook is the mvp. according to fox sports some giants players have become frustrated with new closer mark melancon after he decided to move the time of the relief pitcher's stretching period. really? melancon said he wasn't aware any teammates objected. >> if this is thing that we can point at and say this is the reason for the bad year so far, then i -- please, bring it on. you know, i mean, we're talking about stretching, all right? stretching. >> what are we talking about? practice? we talking about practice man. >> so like allen iverson talking about stretching. >> i wouldn't say that the giants are exactly on the play- off bubble these days. bottom of the 4th san francisco leading colorado. giants needed a game like this.
this is a complete laugher. they win 9-2. just a second win in the last 14 games. but look at bruce bochy. i haven't seen him crack a smile since spring training. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. all right. it's the play of the day. college world series in omaha. florida and l su squaring positive in game one of the best of three championship series. >> seemed like a good idea at the time. off balance swing guthrie going after it, he makes the play! >> dalton guthrie of the gators making the fantastic catch in foul territory on a dead sprint. that helps florida to a 4-3 win over the sec rival just one win away from the first-ever national title thanks in part to your play of the day. the number of complaints against the san jose police department is down. but do they need more transparency? coming up i'll tell you about their annual audit. >> reporter: the alameda county
his own life to save his daughter from drowning... and the trump administration issues a direct threat to the syrian government... weather ad libs tr friends and family are remembering a bay area man who died saving his daughter. >> a threat to the syrian government. >> and i'll have the forecast coming up. >> and we are seeing a lot of yellow and red on our maps especially along 580 and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, a new crash. i'll have the details coming up. good morning, it's tuesday, june 27. i'm michelle griego.
>> i'm kenny choi. a new report is shedding light on misconduct complaints within the san jose police department. kpix 5's sandra osborne has more from san jose. reporter: good morning to you. yeah. this review is something that's done every year by an independent auditor. and this year, that review is out for 2016 now. it's just finished up. it's something that city council members will be hearing later today. in this review it says that one of the big problems is a lack of information for auditors to actually review and that's for a couple of reasons. first, according to san joseinside.com, auditors have no authority to review use of force cases if no formal complaint has been filed. they also say that sjpd files all force incidents the same way regardless of severity with the exception of someone dying in custody or tv an officer discharges a weapon. auditors say that leaves little data to analyze to see any use of force trends. san jose inside.com also says no complaints about use of force came from within the
department and they point out auditors say more data would help to see if certain demographics are being disproportionately affected. now, this report is more than 100 pages so we're still combing through that. again, city council members will be hearing the report on that later today. but one thing i did notice, if you will remember, san jose police started using body cameras last summer. that video has been used by auditors on a couple of instances and we'll probably see that influencing future audits. sandra osborne, kpix 5. a bay area father is being remembered as a hero after he sacrificed his life to save his 5-year-old daughter from drowning. the fair were kayaking near brannan island in sacramento county when their kayak capsized. at first they both went under but 40-year-old ronnie avila hoisted his daughter monique on his shoulders above water. a good samaritan rescued her.
he died. his older daughter witnessed it. >> she saw when he was waving and holding the sister with the other hand. she started yelling at them, like, to save her dad but it was too late. >> officials say the family had not been wearing life vests. people living along the kings river in fresno county may soon be allowed back home after levees breached on friday night. it happened after the huge summer snowpack began to melt in extreme temperatures. the breaches flooded the golf course as well as about 90 homes. about 300 people had to evacuate over the weekend. and officials say that the water level on the kings river is dropping a foot a day. it could happen at levees across the day in coming weeks with the snow melt stressing them as they get soaked, dry out and soaked again.
>> hm. >> interesting. >> makes you go hm. >> i was so disappointed last summer because we were in the drought and we had a lot of stagnant water in reservoirs and lakes and blue algae bloom and we couldn't swim anywhere, right? yesterday, i was taking ai look at lake del valle thinking about swimming there today and they are starting to see the blue-green algae. it's safe to swim but don't drink the water as far as the dogs. don't let your dogs -- how do you do that? we'll keep an eye on that towards the it's "june gloom." we have overcast conditions going inland 45 miles. official sunrise at 5:49. clear skies. did you notice yesterday how blue the sky was? that's because of those winds that were whipping onshore out of the west at 20. it will be the same again today. right now we are in the 50s and
60s. the winds have been picking up in oakland at 18 back through the estuary of oakland. sfo 17-mile-per-hour winds. it's a slight breeze in mountain view otherwise 9-mile- per-hour winds in the pleasanton area. 22 in fairfield. 14 in antioch. again these winds more consistent 10 to 20 today. 70s common today across the peninsula. 76 in san jose. the average high 78. low 70s in fremont but mid- to high 70s in throughout the tri- valley. average high 85. so slightly below average. 84 for brentwood. discovery bay 85. 74 benicia. 60s blustery due to the winds at the north bay seashore at stinson beach to the mid-70s in novato, sonoma and napa, glen ellen, as well. then we get toastier upstream towards lake county into the mid- to high 80s. we'll talk about the 90s and
when you can expect it. that's coming up. but right now let's send it over to jaclyn. good morning. delays at the bay bridge toll plaza. i know, very shocking. but we have the metering lights on. plus an accident now and that's just been cleared out of lanes but a couple of cars involved with lanes blocked westbound 80 just as you approach those metering lights. so speeds are down to 30 miles per hour. "slow, stop, go" until you get -- you're looking at 12 minutes from the maze into san francisco. residual slowdowns on 880 through oakland after a lane was blocked and is cleared. and we continue to track these slowdowns through the altamont pass. about 35 minutes from 205 towards 680. that earlier crash near el charro is cleared. chp running traffic breaks. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you. today we could find out whether the cost of parking will go up in two of palo alto's busiest areas. the city council is set to okay
a plan that would raise the annual parking permit fees for california avenue lots from 149 to $365. daily parking fees would go up from $8 to $25. in downtown the current garage parking permit rate is $466 a year. but it could rise to $730. if approved the changes would start next month. the alameda county sheriff is getting money from the feds to help stop extremists like the ones behind scenes like this one in berkeley last february. kpix 5's jessica flores is live in san leandro to explain reporter: >> reporter: the alameda county sheriff's office is awarded about half a million dollars coming from the department of homeland security part of a federal program to fight violent extremists. the sheriff's department tells us it wants to target white supremacists and anarchists
five months after the anti- fascist protestors stormed uc- berkeley campus to shut down a speech by conservative speaker milo yiannopoulos. the aclu has criticized the federal program saying it focuses on islam, stigmatizes muslims. ray kelly says they have broader plans saying the grant is to combat violent extremists. we're going to train officers on our staff in records to extremism on all fronts. the sheriff's department says the money will be used to reach out to alienated young people and to disrupt radicalization of prisoners at santa rita jail. alameda county is one of 26 community groups and law enforcement agencies to receive this federal funding totaling $10 million. reporting live in san leandro, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. the u.s. is issuing a direct warning to the syrian government. it comes as the white house
says it has potential evidence that the regime of bashar al- assad is preparing to launch a chemical attack. the white house did not provide evidence of this but says the preparations were similar to those before an april attack. days later president trump ordered a cruise missile strike on the air base where u.s. officials say the attack was launched from. assad has denied responsibility. russia claims the chemical weapons were released when a syrian air strike hit a rebel stockpile of nerve gas. republicans are pushing forward with the senate healthcare proposal facing criticism from democrats and some gop lawmakers. cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger joins us now to break down the numbers. so jill, who is covered under medicaid and how would the senate plan change this program? >> reporter: medicaid turns 51 years old next month and currently covers about 74 million americans including low- income families, pregnant
women, people with disabilities and those who need long-term care. it is funded as a partnership between the federal government and the states. each side pays a portion of a patient's bills but there's no limit. under the affordable care act medicaid expanded to include 14 million more people whose household income is below $34,000. that's for a family of four. now, under the senate plan the expansion would be rolled back fully by 2024. but most importantly, medicaid itself would be restructured in a big way. instead of a largely open-ended program, the senate plan would reduce the amount of money that the federal government would provide and would also allow states to opt out of coverage from certain conditions. so think of it this way. medicaid would become a smaller less generous program under the senate proposal. >> so how does this senate plan impact taxes in the future? >> reporter: it would repeal the taxes that were enacted to
pay for the affordable care act. that includes a 3.8% tax on capital gains and dividends which applies to individuals with incomes over $200,000, married couples making more than $250,000. the repeal of that tax would be retroactive to the beginning of this year. 9% payroll tax for the wealthy would be in place until 2023 but it would be repealed after that. senate would scrap taxes on indoor tanning salons, pharmaceutical companies and medical device makers. >> so jill what's the bottom line on the new proposal. >> reporter: well, i'm sure we have heard this by now but congressional budget office projected yesterday the plan would mean that over the next 10 years 22 million people would be off the plan, 15 million by next year. there would be a $772 billion reduction in medicaid spending. along with other cuts that would amount to a trillion dollar drop in direct government spending. those tax cuts for the wealthy
owe changes to the affordable care act would cost the government $700 billion in lost revenue so you put that together you have a reduction of the deficit by $321 billion over the next 10 years. if you have -- it may be too early for you so i got your back. i created a comprehensive q & a also including how subsidies will change in the future. go to jillonmoney.com. >> thank you. 5:41. the chp is cracking down on carpool cheaters and efforts to keep traffic moving could soon get a boost from sacramento. >> and a lot of workers in the bay area are about to see a boost in their paychecks. but a new study indicates that might not be the greatest thing. talk about that coming up.
wildfire in good morning, welcome back to "kpix 5 morning news" on this tuesday, june 2. time check 5:44. wow. ha ha! wow! we are taking a look out from the transamerica pyramid due east and can't see a thing due to the "june gloom." it's a gray start to your day. we'll talk about the clearing, the impact on your temperatures. it's traffic and weather coming up in less than 4 minutes. a wildfire in riverside county has grown larger over the last 24 hours. the manzanita fire has now burned 5,000 acres. it's just 10% contained. a voluntary evacuation warning has been issued for the communities of silent valley and others. in just a few hours there's a gathering in san francisco to
celebrate the minimum wage increase. kpix 5's anne makovec is live outside city hall to tell us how the change will affect workers. anne. >> reporter: july 1 is the big day that thousands of workers in several parts of the bay area are going to be getting a raise. here's a look at the numbers. in san francisco, where there's going to be a celebration about this today, workers will be making at least $14 an hour. right now they are making $13 an hour minimum wage. in san jose, they are going to be making $12 an hour on july 1. right now it is $10.50. both cities going towards $15 an hour. san francisco is going to be there next year, san jose by january 1, 2019. this year's boost comes as we hear the results of a major new study out of seattle actually showing that a higher minimum wage could hurt workers. it is a preliminary study from the national bureau of economic research that says the average
low wage worker in seattle lost $125 a month after a minimum wage hike because employers have reduced hours, put off new hiring or let workers go. people here in the bay area say it is all about enforcement. that's why the community groups gathering today say that they are going to be focused on education when it comes to employers and workers to make sure that this new minimum wage is actually being paid. live in san francisco, anne makevoc, kpix 5. highway patrol officers are cracking down on carpool cheaters. chp issued a record high of nearly 47,000 tickets last year. now the metro transportation commission says they want enforcement to be included in an existing bill. it allows electric and green cars to buy stickers to legally use carpool lanes. >> one in five in the morning, one in four in the afternoon, are cheaters. >> the mtc is considering doubling the price of clean air
stickers. chp is thinking about funds for specific carpool patrols. >> do you see cheaters on the way to work or going home? >> no. >> no. [ laughter ] >> no one on the road at 2 a.m. > or during regular commute hours? >> i don't see regular commute hours. >> on the weekends? >> i don't do -- >> have you ever been a cheater? >> no. i don't use the carpool lane unless there's two or more or three. >> right. >> in some spots. >> it doesn't affect you, either. >> nah. >> well, there you go. >> just wanted to get a survey since bee talked about it. >> here's a good lesson. follow the rules on the road. >> that's always good advice. we are tracking a couple of things. we have some slowdowns, but nothing too bad nothing you can't handle out the door. if you are making your way through san jose, northbound 101 the usual slowdowns around 40 miles per hour. here's a look at 580 as you approach the dublin-pleasanton interchange just under 30 minutes. we had an earlier crash here. that is cleared westbound but
you can see it's very crowded on 580. those headlights heading westbound. 101 at 380 right near the airport, no delays in either direction traffic still nice and light for your tuesday morning commute along this stretch. we are tracking a bit of a backup along sixth street for those exiting from 280 very typical for this time of morning and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, some earlier problems an earlier crash, now cleared out of the lanes. we have the metering lights on and right now just under a 20- minute ride for folks making their way out of the maze into san francisco. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. thank you. taking a look towards the transamerica pyramid you can see we have overcast skies. and it looks like the ceiling is trying to lower. meanwhile, inland oh, wow! that's so pretty. official sunrise is at right now and we can see it with the blue sky out from mount vaca this morning. temperature-wise, we are into the 50s and 60s across the
board. it's currently 54 degrees in santa rosa. temperatures across the board today 50s and a few low 60s from brentwood, paul with clear skies. santa rosa john miller says he is overcast. linda says she is breezy with 22-mile-per-hour winds. and steve says in los altos it's just another typical summer day. it is "june gloom" along the coast. we have breezy afternoon winds today. this morning's winds are clocking up to 18 in oakland back through alameda. ten in san francisco. 17 sfo. 14 now in antioch. you get the drill here. we have those winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. so it's patchy stratus according to our satellite and radar right there. today will be the coolest day of the week. and then we bound of wednesday and gradual warming on thursday and friday so we top back off in the low 90s. but no heat wave coming our way. high pressure the key
component. low pressure enhancing that marine layer with that cooler air mass. it's comfortable. futurecast illustrates this afternoon, we are still overcast along the san mateo coast. that wipes away very briefly before we fill back in overnight. and then we do wake up tomorrow morning to gray skies and then those skies clear. 84 at the state capital. 94 in redding. 77 in the greater lake tahoe area. 65 monterey bay. official sunrise 5:49. right now. the sun sets at 8:35. we have temperatures today take 60s, 70s and 80s. there you have that gradual little warmup that bump-up in the temperatures on friday and saturday. make it a great tuesday. time now 5:50.
a lot of people are making getaway plans for the weekend. it will be a long weekend as we slide into the 4th of july. temperatures holding pretty steady most of the week. then we jump on wednesday. then we hold steady again through about saturday. sunny skies, seasonal weather, all the way through the holiday. it's traffic and weather together so take it away! >> we are tracking some slowdowns along interstate 80 the eastshore freeway. be prepared for some speeds right around yellow. we'll take a closer look at that coming up. new details emerging on a wild scene at westfield mall in san francisco where shoppers battled it out with police. [ screaming ] >> it happened on sunday at pride festivities finishing up nearby. at least one person has been arrested and a juvenile was also taken into custody. police are working with the
mall to track down anyone else involved. sfpd says one officer was injured after being hit in the head by a bottle. redwood city council has decided against allowing pot shops to open. they join palo alto, san mateo and belmont in banning retail marijuana. even california voters even if california voters decided to legalize pot last year, the city can ban stores from selling it or impose taxes on it. the redwood city council also expressed interest at banning residents from growing pot outside. a drone captured a rare view of the largest on earth. some whale watchers were on a boat near moss landing in monterey county. a blue whale was feeding and came up to the surface of the water several times. the animals can grow up to 100 feet. a moose made quite a scene at a mall in colorado about 20 minutes from denver. it wandered into the flatirons mall where he was looking for a
mate. the 700-pound animal was removed to south park in central colorado. the same moose was spotted father's day walking around another urban city. the yearly review of the san jose police department is finished and auditors are calling for more transparency. we'll have a close-up look at that review coming up. >> reporter: the alameda county sheriff's office gets half a million dollars to fight violent extremism. what they plan to do with the money coming up. who are these people?
the energy conscious people among us say small actions can add up to something... humongous. a little thing here. a little thing there. starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. who are all these caretakers, advocates too? turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. and do your thing.
police department when it comes to officers use of force. tuesday, june 27, i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. first let's start with traffic and weather. jaclyn is tracking our commute. >> getting busy out there for the start of your tuesday morning ride. good morning, everyone. happy tuesday. we are tracking some slowouts over at -- along interstate 80 along the eastshore freeway. and that is just jumping to the yellow for drivers making their way on over towards the bay bridge toll plaza. we are look at 25 minutes heading westbound from the carquinez bridge. over at the richmond/san rafael bridge toll plaza, speeds are in the green. we were seeing a backup just a few minutes ago and quickly cleared out of there. so that's the good news. if you are making your way across the golden gate bridge this morning, traffic has been nice and light moving well in both directions. wish i could say the same for the bay bridge toll plaza. that continues to be "slow, stop, go." in the yellow. just under 20 minutes into san francisco. ha t's a check of your traffic; over to you. let's check in with roberta now on the foca