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and i'm kenny choi. let's start with a live look outside... good morning. it is wednesday, august 16. i'm michelle griego. >> caught a little off guard there. good morning. i'm kenny choi. let's start with a live look ts e look at the 880 the nimitz freeway and a ramid francisco. >> let me see. is your tie okay, itoks good >> thk you.ig laughter ] st>> just rachecking. ht>> very ? dapper today. >> thank you. >> is that a new tie? >> you look very nice, as well. yeah. i haven't worn this tie in a while. drolobd.e.ttju thi aten's the same with t forecast. what's old -- those low clouds and fog hanging around, but it's a new day. good morning. clouds at the coast and over sfo so airport delays probably coming up on arriving lights.
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50s and 60s in the area. three things to remember about today. gradual warmup inland. warmest weather on friday and saturday. the coastal clouds are likely to impact the viewing of the ech beaches in the mid-60s. we'll see around noon the clearing around the bayside, 60s to low 70s. 70s with the sunshine around the peninsula back through our inland areas all the way up to 89 degrees. warmest spot towards cloverdale. full forecast at 18 minutes after the hour but right now, she is busy. here's jaclyn dunn. we are tracking a car fire. this is along the eastshore freeway eastbound 80 at fitzgerald. no slowing. but we are seeing delays on the richmond parkway if you use atto 580. we are seeing a lot of yellow on the sensors. an earlier accident still has debris in the road westbound
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580 in livermore so your drive time in the yellow. 30 minutes between 205 and 680. we are tracking an accident no longer causing delays. this is 680 at crow canyon. first reports of a crash just past the bay bridge toll plaza. it may have lanes blocked. more coming up in the next traffic report. back to you. you look at both sides, i think there's blame on both sides. >> president trump is placing blame again for the devastating violence in virginia. this morning, reaction is coming in from his comments. jackie ward tells us how the trump administration is responding reporter: this morning, the white house is saying the president was entirely correct in his assessment of charlottesville and that he has been a voice for unity and calm. >> you had a group on one side that was bad and you had a
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group on the other side that was also very violent. and nobody wants to say that. i will say it right now. you had a group on the other side that came charging in and they were very, very violent. rmitwithpet >> are you putting what you're calling the alt left and white supremacists on the same moral plain? >> you had a group on one side and the you had a group on the other and they came at each other with clubs and it was vicious and it was horrible and it was a horrible thing to watch but there is another side. >> reporter: jackie speier claims the president is showing he is unfit to lead but the sanr anciscgop is saying he simply needs to clear up a miscommunication. >> the president is unhinged. you just have to watch him in these impromptu press conferences that he has when he goes off. >> the president needs to be more clear that he does not support white supremacy and fascism and people who use his name to do that is irresponsible and
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inappropriate. >> reporter: nancy pelosi had this to say: bigotry and discrimination. we have seen the manifestation of this behavior in the hiring of white house staff members, but also in the unmistakable conduct of his administration toward immigrants, muslims, and communities of color ... there is only one side to be on when a white supremacist m utalizes and murders i america. erican people deserve president who understa ." on monday, the president did publicly den white supr ts specifically. but with his remarks yes he re- lit this firesto officials with t n gate na recreation area will cide tomorro >> reporter: on monday the president did publicly denounce white supremacist yesterday. >> thank you. officials with the golden gate national recreation area will decide tomorrow whether or not to allow a conservative protest in san francisco. it's planned for a week from saturday at christie field. if law enforcement believes there is a credible threat to public safety they can deny the permit. another right wing rally is planned for the next day in berkeley. there are big concerns it could
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spark more violent clashes in the city. berkeley's mayor says illegal weapons will bconfiscated and protestors and counter- protestors will be separated. he also says he is working coun on campus that day. some confederate monuments are being removed following the virginia. this monument in hollywood is being removed after a local petition got attention. it marks the graves of confederate soldiers. a member of the united daughters of the confederacy agreed to remove it after threats of violence against the group. and baltimore city council has voted unanimously to take down four monuments. the mayor says that some of the monuments will be sent to confederate cemeteries. a new report is providing a warning of what would happen if
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president trump ends subsidy payments to health insurers. the cbo says insurance premiums for the popular silver plans would go up to 20% next year and 25% higher by 2020. the report also estimates the federal deficit would rise by $194 billion over the next decade. the payments are made to health insurers to help poor people without of pocket costs. an investigation is under way into a freeway shooting on 880. jessica flores is live in hayward this morning with the latest. >> reporter: this is the second freeway shooting on 880 this week alone. now, chp is saying that two teens were riding in a car when another car the suspect car pulled up and flying. this all happened just south of highway 92. chp says the victim's car what the shot at but the suspect didn't strike anyone in the
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hethe victims had minor injurie from broken glass. chp closed the stretch of freeway. they are still looking for the suspect. . >> onlookers saw a person in a car shooting at another vehicle. >> reporter: that previous shooting on 880 this week happened monday morning. a suspect pulled up to another car near the lewelling exit and shot the driver in the head. at last check, the victim was in the hospital in critical condition. chp looking for that suspect. no word whether those two shootings are investigated. the northbound lanes here in hayward on 880 are open. jessica flores, kpix 5. there is new information about a mobile home fire in san jose. we now know three people have
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died. authorities say the victims are two children and a man who is believed to be their grandfather. the fire erupted at the golden wheel mobile home park yesterday. there's nothing left of the home. he cause is under investigation. a discovery in the pacific ocean. researchers find garbage bigger than mexico. >> reporter: a family was supped to be yesterday until dianne feinstein interfered. why they are told to say good- bye. >> huge dome of high pressure building into the west coast. more coming up. >> a lot of slowdowns on richmond parkway. accident at the bay bridge toll plaza. more coming up.
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the surface area of the patch is estimated to be bigger than mexico. algalita marine research an a garbage patch in the pacific ocean bigger than mexico.
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a nonprofit group trying to solve the plastic pollution problem in the ocean discovered the plastic garbage dump. it's floating off the coast chile and peru. researchers have spent months sttiinplg ecobjects, a lot of tubs that are used in sorting fish in the fisheries. we found a lot of fishing buoys and, of course, the most common things that we find out there are the floating bottles and bottle caps. >> officials are working with plastic companies to help reshape the infrastructure of plastic items. right now, firefighters are battling a fast-moving wildfire in yosemite. the south fork fire has burned about 1700 acres near the historic big trees lodge. the nps sent out voluntary evacuation to residents in camp wawona. they are having a hard time getting containment because of
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the terrain. a nurse and husband facing deportation will be out today. their stay has been denied. kpix 5's l fo inonnedapoiran next move. >> reporter: they have become the face of immigration lately. maria anher d was supposed to leave yesterday. dianne feinstein tried to get them a stay. that was denied late last night. now they are expected to get on a flight to head back to mexico. the woman has been a nurse at highland hospital living with her husband illegally here for 23 years. one of her four children is going to graduate from uc-santa cruz and she wants to see her
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daughter get her diploma. >> this is a [ indiscernible ] [ extremely heavy spanish accent ] >> reporter: they will eir ungest child wi th mexico, w is take12. the other three daughters will stay here in the u.s. two of them are in their 20s so they will have to take care of each other, finish off their school. oakland mayor libby schaaf is calling on the federal government to reverse the couple's deportation saying, quote, i believe in keeping families together. we'll do everything in our power to keep maria with her family. now, new data reveals between january and june of this year, i.c.e. agents have arrestednearly 55,000 people here in the u.s. illegally, 37% more arrests than the same time last year. we are waiting to find out what
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time this couple is being deported to mexico. >> why haven't they been able to become legal citizens? >> reporter: they have been trying for 15 years. they have applied for asylum and then applied for green cards but were never granted the green card. they don't have criminal records. so that's what the interesting part about all of this. >> thank you, kpix 5's neda iranpour at sfo the sfmta has approved a $21 billion l picatawest portal. the new light rail tunnel would run between west portal and par the entire m line underground. $2.5billion for the total. the city has to approve the projects and pay. >> first we have to identify funding. it looks very promising thus far. we have received support from the homeowners association and from stone town schools
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in the area are very supportive of the idea. >> if the sfmta gets the funding the underground m line project would take 10 to 15 years to complete. rate now, with mass transit, we're -- right now, with mass transit, we're running with no delays. that's fantastic for your morning commute. you don't want to be on 580 this morning. westbound direction dealing with an earlier accident and stilngseheeiad ing into livermore. 25 minutes as you make your way between 205 and the dublin- pleasanton interchange there. we'll take it to interstate 80. this is in the eastbound direction so opposite commute crewsfildon the scene not blocking lanes. we are tracking a lot of slowdowns heading along the richmond parkway towards 580. the richmond/san rafael bridge that's looking okay. busier than wwe typically see around this time of morning but we are still in the green
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in both directions. over at the bay bridge toll plaza, we have an accident that's just past the toll plaza. not using any major backups. speeds reduced a bit through the stretch but overall not too bad. we are still in the green for our drive time. that's a check of your traffic. roberta. thank you. hey, good morning, everyone. 5:17. overcast skies. yes. our "june gloom" continues all the way into august. we have that ceiling roughly down to about 900 feet. the depth of the marine layer is about 2,000 feet. we are picking up drizzle at the coast. the fog does miles. dave is in napa our weather watcher reporting 55 degrees overcast. we are waking up in the clouds in santa rosa through napa and sonoma surrounding the bay into the tri-vall a good 45, 50
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miles. and as far as southbound as morgan hill and gilroy, santa cruz, also overcast conditions. area of high pressure is now building in. as it does so, we'll see some gradual warming in our inland areas with the departure of the upper level area of low pressure. here's the bottom lineful we'll have some overcast skies for openers again. some areas of drizzle again. and the winds increase, boy, was it blustery late day yesterday. same again today. southwest winds 10 to 20. g lo ok the gusts up to 30. c infriday and saturday. statewide starting to go up by 8 degrees throughout the state capital. 77 your forecast high in the high sierra for hiking and biking. low 80s in yosemite. 91 fresno. partial clearing at pebble beach, carmel and mo ereybantsk our temperatures from the mid- 60s and no sunshine in pacifica through rockaway beach into moss beach and montara beach.
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you will have sunshine in santa cruz near 75 degrees. it will be 75 in fremont. mid-70s around vallejo, benicia, martinez and american canyon. antioch, concord, clayton and walnut creek low to mid-80s. 80 in san jose today. low 80s in santa rosa. 90s at the delta. temperatures going up before they go down for the eclipse on monday coast and the bay. we'll see clear skies inland with the deeper marine layer. now, for this time of the year, while we do have the "june gloom," in the bay area something that we're also kind of remembering and -- you know how i pick up the paper every day? look at the "usa today" stand. >> i know. so good-looking and, of course, today marks 40 years, roberta, can you believe that, since the world lost the king of rock and roll. ♪[ music ]
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last night thousands of fans made the pilgrimage through the grace atlanta estates to elvis presley's gravesite. it's usually free but this year pedro martinez up to $0 to attend. it also got fans into the new entertainment complex. elvis is the best selling solo artist of all time. former president obama is making history. his tweets about the violence in charlottesville is now the most liked tweets of all time. mr. obama posted this picture with a quote from nelson mandela. there are no more in the n james bond movie. daniel craig announced it last night on the late show. >> daniel craig, we could use some good news, here. um -- [ laughter ] >> daniel craig, will you return as james bond? >> yes. [ applause and cheers ]
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>> that's exciting. you might remember he told a reporter back in 2015 he would rather slash his wrists than play 007. but the actor says he was just worn out because it was days after they wrapped shooting. next movie is set to be released in 2019. and finally, watch out, dance cam mom. the warriors star might have some competition. take a look. ♪[ music ] >> that hockey fan is actually celine dion. she has some moves. she was dancing and cheering at her son's hockey game. the star showed off more moves and took pictures with fans after the game. we'll be right back.
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good morning, everybody. the major league record for consecutive games with a home run is 8 held by dale long and ken griffey, jr. giancarlo stanton is hoping to join the group. he went after a foul ball. all he got was a bloody knee. thanks, mom. the marlins stanton homers for the sixth straight game. this time off madison bumgarner. he has 44 on the year. tied the game at 2. but the giants go back in front. it's 6-4 in the 8th and then the rookie ryder jones goss had the second career home run. giants got 14 hits last night
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and beat the marlins 9-4. for the a's fans that they d resorted to dumpster diving? [ laughter ] >> oakland trails kansas city 8- 4. it's now 8-6 in the 8th. matt joyce cleared the bases with a double. oakland scored six runs in the inning and won 10-8. not only is raider quarterback derek carr getting ready for the next season, he tweeted he is about to drop his first music video. ♪[ music ] >> how about that. carr caused quite the stir when . ople believed he was startingn they are promoting his upcoming ads for central valley bank. and believe me, he will become one of the top earners in terms of endorsements if the raiders
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win the super bowl this year. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. cities across the bay brace for potentially intense rallies following the events that took place in charlottesville. we'll tell you the precaution berkeley is taking to keep things as nonviolent as possible. >> reporter: and another freeway shooting on 880. this time, in hayward. i'll have the full details coming up. a ne
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claims employees at the "bay area air quality management district" were ordered to destroy evidence of violations... a new lawsuit claims employees at the bay area air quality management district were ordered to destroy evidenceof violation. >> a bay ar ar culed away in cuffs after
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confrontation with a shoplifter. >> high pressure is building in. i'll talk about the effects on your forecast. >> the metering lights are on at the bay bridge toll plaza. how far does atare ckupbayour looking like? we'll take a look coming up. good morning. it's wednesday, august 16. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. protestors took to the streets all across the united states after president trump blamed both sides for the deadly violence at a white supremacist rally in virginia. >> i think there's blame on both sides. you look at -- you look at both t des, i think there's amble onu t and you don't have any doubt about it, either. >> you had people and i'm not talking about the neo-nazis and the white nationalists, because they should be condemned totally. but you had many people in that group other than neo-nazis and white nationalists. >> democrats and even some republicans including senator john mccain quickly condemned those remarks. meanwhile, right wing protestors have their sights
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set on the bay area with rallies planned in san francisco and in berkeley. >> and jackie ward joins us now to tell us how the cities are all preparing. >> oh, yeah, they really are. >> reporter: it's expected to be politically charged next weekend. some protestors have a rally planned at civic center park in berkeley on august 27. and another one at crissy field in san francisco on august 26. so next saturday. in berkeley, the mayor tells us that he is bracing for the worst! he says that this planned extremist rally is a call to violence masquerading as free speech. >> when you come dressed in helmets and wearing shields and with weapons, you're not here for free speech. you're here to commit violence. that's where we put our foot down. >> reporter: he says he will legal weapons will be and counterprotesters separated. he also says he is working with uc-berkeley to prevent this from happening again in the park. also a counterprotest on the
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cal campus. the university's new chancellor told reporters that safety is her priority. >> is the rally planned in san francisco? >> not yet. there could be one granted but it s pea ndonde views it. they are under the jurisdiction of the national park service. they are meeting with the park cid saan frdeciscdeo tomorrow on thursday if a permit will be given. if law enforcement believes there's a credible threat to public safety, they can deny the permit. a tionwide march on google is on hold. the planned demonstration was th response to google firingeng sayi e women are unsuited for tech. organizers say they received threats of violence. police have not commented on the group's claim. organizers say that they hope to hold a peaceful march in a few weeks.
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we reached out to google, no response yet. i can't remember the last time i heard people complaining about the weather. they keep saying it's "june m" au, e tension e thdr izw clouds and fog, olzld noan clearing. for the first time in many years, this is the most lit i have seen county tower. we are overcast but the fog hasn't engulfed it yet. 61 in oakland. 60 in san francisco. winds up to 10 around the lip of the bay this morning. inland re weashave been picking up more aggressive dow
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fairfield 17. consistent west wind southwest 10 to 20 some gusts up to 28 to 30 miles per hour. friday and saturday warm. clouds likely along the coast and into the bay for the solar eclipse on monday. we'll have a partial eclipse in the bay area. but you will have to go to place like concord for viewing around 9 a.m. maximum exposure 10:14. go east for a better view. we have the full forecast coming up. here's jaclyn. things are definitely starting to get busy on the roads. the south bay, the usual slowdowns along northbound 101 between 680 and 880. speeds drop below the limit there around 50 miles per hour. we drive times between hellyer and san antonio avenue about a
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22-minute commute. 101 at 380 right another sfo, traffic doing well in both directions. if you have a flight to catch you should be good to go driving there at least. right now over at the maze, this is a look at the macarthur maze where 580, 880 and 80 meet up to head over towards the toll plaza there. traffic is backed up to the foot of the maze. we have the metering lights on. that is proof. we are in the yellow a little over 13 minutes from the maze into san francisco. thank you. right now in hayward, authorities are investigating a freeway shooting on i-880. jessica flores is live in hayward with ildes tahas seen this week. >> reporter: this happened around 10 p.m. last night. two teenagers were riding in one car when the suspect edd sh into vecl uhipull p e car. bullets were flying.
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this all happened in the northbound lanes of 880 just south of highway 92. chp says the victim's car was shot at multiple times but the suspect didn't hit anybody. the victims had minor injuries from broken glass. chp closed down this part of the freeway collecting evidence. they are still looking for the suspect. >> we responded the hayward police department where we contacted thd th ann r vie ctim weapon at this point. >> reporter: this is the second freeway shooting on 880 this week. early monday morning a suspect pulled up to another car near the lewelling exit and shot the driver in the head. the driver is in critical condition. chp still looking for the suspect. it's too early to tell if these two case are related.
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they say they are still looking into that at this hour. we are standing here on highway 880 in hayward and right now the lanes are open. no traffic backups. back to you. >> thank you. in san francisco, a suspected shoplifter is recovering after being shot by a security guard. it happened outside the burlington coat factory at 5th and howard streets a busy intersection in soma. it started when the security guard confronted the man over the alleged theft. from there things unraveled quickly. the shoplifter is in critical condition but is expected to survive. keeping the air we breathe safe is what two whistle- blowers say got them fired. now they are suing the former employers, the bay area air quality district. the two claim they were instructed to destroy public
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documents. when they refused, the former employees say they were investigated and fired. this say the district placed flare reports for bay area refineries in the dumpster. >> it's the way we enforce our laws. we have to keep records of how that's done. >> i have worked for these people for 16 years. um -- excuse me -- and, um -- [ voice shaking ] >> -- it's hard to think this type of stuff is damages including lost wages and emotional distress. the air quality management district is maintaining it won't comment on pending litigation. amc is waging a fight against movie pass. oxana saberi of cbsmoneywtch.com has that story and more. >> reporter: good morning. right now, futures are pointing up and here on wall street yeardatey'sts the dow was up 5. the nasdaq lost 7.
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wells fargo has named elizabeth duke as the chairman. the first woman to hold the position at a u.s. bank. wells fargo created around 2 million accounts without customer permission. duke is a former federal reserve governor. amc says it will try to block movie pass from its theaters. the world's largest movie chain issued a statement after movie pass lowered its price to $9.95 a month. for that amount subscribers can see one movie a day using its app. movie pass reporte st fferen for thdlpay the discounted tickets. analysts say it could be good for hollywood after a summer slump at e licovalleybo wx anfit to ofma harder for your cell phone data to be turned over to authorities. the company filed a 44-page a caf with the supreme court in ch a warrant before obtaining data on a cell phone user's location. they are urging the court to protect digital privacy.
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>> we hear that taco bell is releasing a taco with a twist. >> reporter: it is rolling out the naked egg taco. [ laughter ] >> reporter: nationwide at the end of the month. the shell is the egg. it is wrapped around a filling of potatoes, cheese and bacon or sausage. it's about 2 bucks. >> looks like a lot of protein. i'll wait for your review before i try it here in the bay area. [ laughter ] >> reporter: okay. i'll do that if you try out the firecracker burrito with the pop rocks that we talked about the other day. >> that was an explosive breakfast, right? [ laughter ] >> reporter: yes. in more ways than one, yes. [ laughter ] >> you're right about that. oxana saberi of cbsmoneywtc h.com, thank you. ♪[ music ] 5:40. google and uc-berkeley are enlisting hundreds of volunteers to create a mega-
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movie of monday's total eclipse. >> reporter: they were was a reprieve. now they're being deported today.
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new video this morning showing elephants trudging through goodorning. rise and shine! 5:43 on this wednesday. take a look at this morning's sunrise from mount vaca. official sunrise at 6:26. this is going to be a pleasant day in the bay area. new video this morning showing elephants trudging s rough floodwer
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hundin ds of neto urist from a park. the death toll over the past few days has risen to 218. millions of others have been displaced. officials say monsoonal rains are important for farming across south asia and cause heavy loss of life and property damage each year. deportation delayed initially for a woman and her husband but today is their last day in the united states. kpix 5's neda iranpour is live at sfo this morning on what this means for the two. >> reporter: maria and her husband were supposed to fly out of sfo yesterday. then they were grand a stay as senator feinstein was trying to reh a bill to allow them to in main was denied. as you said, they are expected to leave the country today. for background, she and her husband have lived here in the u.s. illegally for 23 years. she raised four daughters here and has been a nurse at highland hospital.
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she says she will be sad to not see her patients again. >> they lean on us. i don't have problem with nobody leaning on me. if all my patients want to cry on my shoulder, they can. i be there for them. >> reporter: they will take their youngest child with them to mexico. and the other three daughters will stay here. two are in their 20s. they will finish school. new data reveals between january and june, i.c.e. agents have arrested nearly 55,000 people in the u.s. illegally. that's 37% more arrests than last year. maria and her husband have been trying to get their green cards but have been denied for 15 years. neda iranpour, kpix 5. >> has maria said what the hardest part of all of this is? >> reof course, leaving her daughters will : be the po
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hardest part. one had a learning disability but that child is doing well in high school now. another one is set to graduate from uc-santa cruz in year with a bachelor's in biology. she wants to be here to watch her graduate. >> neda iranpour from sfo this morning, thank you. thousands of students in san jose are returning to class today and at least one bathroom on every san jose unified campus will have a gender- neutral bathroom. lincoln high school was the first to make the change. people are getting ready for the eclipse on monday. google has been prepping for a year. the company is teaming up with uc-berkeley to create a mega- movie. they have gathered 1,000 volunteer photographers across the nation to take pictures of the eclipse. the photographers will upload the images to a google server and then the engineers will put
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together the project. >> google promises that they will have a three-minute movie ready the day of the eclipse. >> how cool is that? >> it's really a cool project. >> the engineers plan to turn it around on the same day and will post it online. our own ken bastida will be reporting from the path of the totality in onegorand, of cours solar eclipse. his reports begin this saturday on kpix 5 news. great sight. >> should be good. i have a friend who is from the bay area and is going to be in tennessee on monday so he is really excited. >> that's a good place. it is. kaas, nebraska, the interior portions of the pacific northwest. so if you are in oregon, you want to get away from the coast and head inland because of the coastal clouds that we're forecasting there. but, boy, what an exciting time! i was wondering if they are going to use that movie that google is shooting in a motion picture movie in the future. we haven't seen anything like this for real. >> or imax. >> oh.
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>> and then we just keep the glass that we're using on monday to go into imax. just recycle them. >> there you go. [ crosstalk ] in honor of back-to-school week, many parents are going wahoo, they're so excited, but i have a pop quiz for us. >> oh-oh. >> okay. >> oh-oh. >> all right. don't look. if you are driving and you're passing a bicycle, how many feet should you give them? >> oh, i just looked. >> you just looked. you cheated. >> three feet. laugh half. >> good job, michelle. >> five feet. >> kenny, you're a bike rider. you should give them five feet. that would be better but the law is three feet. so just be careful if you are driving through school zones. speed limits through the school zone is always 25. and please check the crosswalks and intersection. you never know when a student could be running out behind a parked vehicle if you are
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coming up around the corner. obey the crossing guards. over along 580, this is as you approach 680 here, all those "diamonds and rubies" for your wednesday morning commute. we are in the yellow for our "super commuters" about 680. we are tracking slowdowns along southbound 880 for those heading out of hayward and down towards union city there. we are in the yellow tracking a travel time a little -- just a little below 15 minutes as you make your way from 238 to highway 84. here's a live look at 880. this is just south of hesperian. traffic is moving in both directions. san mateo bridge crowded in that westbound direction but still speeds in the green over to 101. that's a check of your traffic. over to roberta for a tik choueccountdown. if you look on your tv screen next to the channel 5 logo there, you'll see our countdown clock to the great american solar eclipse 2017.
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this is so special because the last time that only the united states a s on jataary 11, 1880. to we have all kinds of wonderful facts and tips of the day for you. you can visit us online at cbssf.com/solareclipse. i have a forecast for the eclipse here for the bay area. y e :00 wertial eclips e begins, t maximum woexposuren' 10:15. you won't see it at the coast or the bay where we'll have a deep marine layer. in fact, i would suggest heading out east towards concord, clayton and walnut creek, brentwood and antioch, discovery bay, tracy, mountain house. this morning, we do have the overcast skies around the bay and this marine layer is going to deepen again on monday. this is a look at coit tower. i think they cleaned it up. it looks fantastic. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s. we are seeing cloud cover in the santa rosa area and dave in
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napa says he has overcast skies and that's why i'm kind of saying, i don't think the north bay would be your best option unless you head to lake county towards lower lake, clearlake lakeport, you will see the partial eclipse. otherwise satellite and radar, even though we have the marine layer anticipated to thin out over friday, saturday, it will deepen again by monday with some cooler air mass aloft. we have a huge dome of high pressure nudging into the western states. we have gradual warmup. we have brisk afternoon winds out of the southwest 10 to 20 miles per hour occasional gusts to 30. sacramento going up 5 degrees to 87. mid-70s in the greater lake ta e hogolfing in pebble beach. sunrise 6:26. later today, 60s, 70s and now back into the 80s. outside number will be 89 degrees in cloverdale, also in discovery bay with that gradual
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warmup through the weekend. enjoy your day. time now 5:51. uber has agreed to change some policies in the wake of a federal privacy complaint. details on the new settlement. people love my breakfast burritos. and my french fries. wait! what if i put them together?! a burrito stuffed with scrambled eggs, creamy guacamole, bacon and crispy french fries. i'll call it the california breakfast burrito!
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boom. someone got that, right? d eggs. guacamole. bacon. frenchra frilees. mb you'll call it the california breakfast burrito. boom. good work everyone. another winner. introducing my new california breakfast burrito. only at jack in the box.
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filed by the federal government... the feds say uber didn't secure uber is agreeing to change its privacy policy. they say uber didn't have tracking and employee access to the information. under the agreement, uber cannot misrepresent how it secures user data. the company must also implement a privacy program and undergo regular audits. the answer to patchy cell service may be right on your street corner. the palo alto city council recently voted to allow nevada- based mobile ties to put antennae on streetlights. the wireless mpany and right now the antennae are being installed at more than 200 sites around the city. there's a push to keep a san francisco landmark running. the fountain in justin herman plaza has been shut off for three years because of the drought but was brought back to life yesterday. crews turned it off coerve
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water. they tested it out yesterday. the fountain's infrastructure needs work to function. >> where's the money to fix it there stagnant? >> the cost really? i don't know. we have a lot of other problems here in the city to deal with besides that. but i have to admit, it's really cool to see the water running out of there. >> the cost to fix the fountain is about $500,000. time 5:56. following the violence in presn chp bngricid virdays afteser tllhe ettvent. we hear from the san francisco gop next. >> reporter: another freeway shooting on 880 this week. this time in hayward. i'll have the full details coming up. ♪
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president trump.... placing blame... again.. for the devastating violence in virginia. i think there's blame on both sides and i have no doubt
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about it! >> president trump placing blame again for the violence in rginia. this morning he is coming under fire. >> plus, shots fired on a bay area freeway for the second time this week. the investigation now under way after bullets riddle a car. good morning, it is wednesday, august 16. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's get a look at traffic and weher. >> this marine layer is just very persistent and it's expansive further inland this morning by a good 60 miles. goeverybody. areas odof locali mzed orng, dr right there but look at mount vaca. sunrise, wow! isn't that glorious? right now our temperatures span from 54 in santa rosa to 61 degrees in oakland. it's 62 in san en up to about 8 miles per hour, calm in concord and novato but these winds are now at 18 in fairfield. brisk winds late day southwest up to

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