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and i'm kenny choi. let's start with a live look outside... the morning rush is about to start... good morning, it is thursday, august 17. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. let's start with a live look outside on this thursday morning as we take a live look at 880 in oakland and on your left, we have a shot of the pyramid in san francisco. what's the forecast like for today? >> we have had a very extensive and expansive marine layer. people have been saying, hey, this is "june gloom" in august. overcast now at the transamerica pyramid. but we can see the beacon and keep in mind, the pyramid stands 853 feet tall so if you can see that beacon, the ceiling is about 1,000 feet.
sfo also reporting overcast skies. temperatures 50s and 60s. all those reporting stations have some areas of clouds. this is our satellite-radar. and we do have that blank of stratus hanging tight to the coast. but high pressure is building in from the west. it will scrub out that marine layer a little bit earlier today and therefore, temperatures on the rise. mid-60s pacifica to the mid- to upper 80s away from the bay into our inland areas. good morning to you in san jose. 83 degrees. and hello napa, also in the low to mid-80s. your full weekend forecast is coming up. the roads are heating up. here's jaclyn dunn. >> it is. this is southbound 280. speeds dropping below 10 miles per hour southbound. that's due to caltrans with three lanes closed until 6 a.m. betweenat hickey boulevard.
usually 280 is just flying. but right now, that's not the case. northbound has roadwork but that's not slowing anyone down. okay 101 at 380. new this morning, a standoff in livermore has turned deadly. police say officers shot and killed a suspect who had a shotgun and started a fire inside his home. kpix 5's jessica flores is live on the scene with the details. jessica? >> reporter: good morning, michelle. there's still a very heavy police presence here at the sun valley mobile estate. this is where that man was shot and killed and also a massive fire happened here just feet away from neighbors. this is all connected after a very bizarre night here for neighbors. police shot and killed the man after he barricaded and armed himself inside the mobile home and lit the home on fire.
police say it started at 9 p.m. last night. callers said a man was acting bizarre and challenging people to fight. police say the man refused to obey commands and retreated into the home with a gun. he made suicidal statements and several shots were fired from inside the home. then a crisis negotiator tried to talk him out but after about two hours, police say the man started firing from inside the home and police say the man came out with a shotgun and police opened fire. now, before all this, police say there was a fire inside the home. they believe that man started the fire. he was the only one inside the home. the tense scene unfolded just feet from other homes. neighbors were told to shelter in place. >> eventually there was smoke coming out of the house and the fire broke out and whoever was in the house with the fire came out on the porch and we were kind of told by the police to go take cover and shelter and
then, um, we heard some shots fired. >> reporter: no police officers were hurt, no one else was inside the home. so nobody else was hurt in this chaos overnight. but livermore police say at this time they are not releasing the name of the person who was shot and killed here in livermore. and they're also not releasing the names of the police officers involved at this time. reporting live in livermore, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. more than 1,000 people gathered for a candlelight vigil at the university of virginia last night. the vigil was called to honor heather heyer, woman killed on saturday in charlottesville when a man drove his car into a crowd of people protesting against a rally. the candles were a replacement for the torches used by ralliers last weekend. in san francisco, the national park service wants to hear from the public about a right-wing rally planned at crissy field. there are big concerns about the potential for violence at the event. kpix 5's jackie ward is live at
crissy field with details on the permit. >> reporter: the permit for this rally has already been issued. but city officials are asking park service to revoke it. they are having a meeting today to discuss credible threats on the event later on. so the groups will be going to this meeting include the golden gate national recreation air, park police, fbi and others. the group "patriot prayer" wants to rally next saturday here at crissy field on federal land. so authorities have the right to revoke a permit if they believe it interferes with public safety. counter protestors plan to rally, as well. sam singer who specializes in corporate crisis control is urging them to remain peaceful. >> if there's no counterprotest, all the public sees is men dressed like nut jobs talking to themselves. what's going to get them the attention, the news media
attention from people like you is a counter protest and there's a huge fight because that gets news interest. >> reporter: in a statement, the national park service said, our highest priority is to ensure public safety while honoring our obligation to uphold one of our nation's most cherished constitutional rights. the first amendment right to freedom of speech. and we asked you what you thought of all this. a final decision of the status of this permit will be decided sometime late next week. at crissy field, jackie ward, kpix 5. another bay area man has lost his job in connection with the white supremacist rally in virginia. san francisco electrician john raymondetta was fired yesterday after his employer found out he was scheduled to speak at last weekend's protest. a spokesman for the electric
company says his actions didn't match their policy. steve bannon condemns white supremacy after the violence in charlottesville. he reportedly told a magazine that the group is, quote, a collection of clowns. president trump himself is sticking by his comments blaming both sides. bannon was previously an editor for breitbart, which he referred to as the platform for the "alt right." there's a growing push for about the oakland police department's participation in a homeland security raid. this crowd of activists gathered by the home on 27th street where at least two people were removed by i.c.e. agents yesterday morning. we have learned that oakland police officers were dispatched to handle traffic and security. now activists want to know if that is a violation of the city's immigration policy. >> if this was solely a civil immigration matter, then opd arguably violated their new policy by providing assistance. >> they are absolutely appalled
and opposed to the oakland police department working with the i.c.e. that's unacceptable. we won't tolerate it!! >> the concerns come as oakland police chief anne kirkpatrick has been working to convince residents that officers aren't participating in deportation efforts. she said in a statement, officers' only role was of traffic control and safety. they abided by that role and i stayed within the constructs of the council's policy. this nurse spent years helping patients at a bay area hospital. late last night, she and her husband were deported leaving three children behind. kpix 5's kpix 5's neda iranpour is live in the newsroom to tell us about the departure. >> reporter: it was a moment the family dreaded. immigration authorities said they had to go. no longer able to fight federal law despite a final push from senator dianne feinstein. the mother and father from oakland left sfo 11:30 last night with their 12-year-old
son. their three adult daughters stayed behind. the woman worked as a nurse at highland hospital to save money for her kids. they will be staying at that i am home in oakland which the family bought a year ago. she says her final message to her children. >> you will always have my support even if it's not -- even if i'm not here for them. [ indiscernible ] for them to speak up about frustrations but i'm always on the other side of the phone and i'm in my heart is always here with them. [ crying ] [ indiscernible ] [ crying ] >> reporter: that was a daughter who wishes her parents could
watch her graduate from uc- santa cruz. the oldest already graduate from the school. the youngest is in high school. parents will be missing milestones. federal immigration law states once they are deported they cannot return for 10 years. live in the newsroom, neda iranpour, kpix 5. >> is there anything else senator feinstein or the family's attorney could do from a legal point to help them? >> reporter: senator feinstein said she plans to introduce a private bill in the senate. in fact, on september 5, she will do so. this will try to overturn that deportation. the bill must pass the u.s. senate and the house of representatives and signed by president trump. that will not happen. thank you. bart is trying to deal with a shortage of police officers for the first time ever the agency offering a $10,000 hiring bonus. academy graduates and experienced officers are scheduled to attend a hiring expo today at at&t park. the event is not open to the public. attendees had to preregister.
bart hopes to hire 39 more officers in the next 18 months. time now 5:10. a bay area basketball coach is providing some valuable lessons off the court. we'll have more on camp tiger where campers are also learning how to become gentlemen while sharpening their skills. >> hi, everybody, from the kpix weather center. temperatures are definitely going up. but there's a change in the monday great american solar eclipse weather forecast. something you need to know about coming up. >> and if you are getting ready to head along highway 17, something you need to know about. we're tracking some slow youngs. we had an earlier accident. all lanes were cleared. why are there still delays? find out coming up.
one role model's endless energy and approach are contagious. tiger ba coaches know there are many ways of inspiring students and athletes. and one role model's endless energy and approach are contagious. tiger basketball camp is this week's "cool camp." >> it's like a feather! >> reporter: winning isn't everything at coach elliott smith's camp. >> it's your hustle.
it's your high five! it's the idea of your positive feedback, that's winning. >> reporter: coach smith may have an ordinary last name but campers swear he is extraordinary. >> he would say do something else, change your form or make a better angle if we miss a who is. >> the best players are the ones who make the most mistakes! >> he gets everyone excited. >> your job as a coach is to teach these kids the winning qualities that will last them the rest of their lives. to me, that's attitude. to me, that's hustle. to me, that's really your heart, your spirit. >> reporter: campers sharpened their skills on the courts. the life lessons they are learning are even more valuable. >> he said if you ever have a girlfriend, always open the door for them. >> reporter: this kid knows how to be a player and a gentleman. >> the boy has to be here and the girl here. so if something happens, the girl is protected. right? >> my goal is to become a person, a role model to these
kids, to hug them, to make them feel special, through adversity, and know that they will always be a champion in my eyes. >> reporter: how would you describe him? >> a good person. and more like getting 20 assists per game instead of 20 points per game. >> elliott smith is very friendly. >> you can't do anything in this world by yourself. you have to be part of the team and you have to care about each other and know that each one of us is special. and each one of us has a gift. and it's my job to help you find that gift. >> when it's off, he still has the energy 100% of the time. >> wouldn't that be saw awesome if he were motivating us here in the morning? >> the kids love him. >> absolutely. >> and then also, the kids at lick wilmerding school are lucky to have him because he
has been the basketball coach there for two decades. >> kids are heading back to class so we want to know what's cool about your school. you can email your nomination to us at email@example.com and we may come and feature your school on the show. so camps done, back to school. time now 5:17. let's check the traffic this morning with jaclyn. >> back to school and we definitely are seeing more cars join the morning commute a little earlier than usual. right now, we are tracking delays along highway 17. now, we had an earlier accident southbound. it was blocking lanes. then it was cleared to the shoulder. now we're seeing slowdowns again. it looks like the tow truck just arrived. and they have to block the southbound lanes again while they are loading up that car that flipped over on its roof. so expect delays. we are in the yellow, 15 minutes from 280/880 to idylwild. we are tracking reports of it looks like some debris possibly blocking the lanes. this is southbound 17 right
near the summit. so tough start for highway 17 drivers this morning into santa cruz. we have roadwork along 280. this is in southbound direction between serramonte and hickey. give yourself a little extra time there. otherwise, the roads looking good. we're in the green. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. good morning. 5:18. it's time for the great american solar eclipse tip for the day. the next coast to coast total solar eclipse will occur on august 12, 2045. so i figure if i drink my milk every night and i eat my veggies, i could be around for that. ha ha! michelle is saying, yeah, no, not going to happen. [ laughter ] >> if you want your fact of the day, just visit us online at cbssf.com/solareclipse. the forecast right now looks like we'll have an enhanced marine layer along the coast into the bay. head inland for your best
viewing of the partial eclipse here in the bay area. and remember, please never look directly into the sun. it's going to occur about 10:14 a.m. for maximum exposure. good place to go, fairfield. every, single morning linda reporting clear skies, breezy with the winds at 20. thanks, linda. overcast skies, now at sfo, san francisco 59, santa rosa 58. otherwise in the 60s. this deck of stratus is roughly about 2,000 feet deep. it's been deep every morning because of an upper-level trough that's east of the bay area. that has enhanced that marine layer. now it's kicking out. high pressure is building in. the core is roughly about, oh, let's say 750 miles off the west coast as it continues to strengthen and build in and get closer to the state of california. we have some warming, we have some warmer temperatures kick- starting today. 92 state capital. but look at redding at 106. currently 48 going up to 79 in
the high sierra. and golfing plans monterey bay, 60 with partial clearing. san jose, an afternoon high at mineta international airport will be 83. that's a couple of degrees below average. so our pinpoint forecast today pretty close to where we should be for this time of the year. we are talking about mid-60s and some sunshine late day pacifica. earlier burnoff around the bay today, 60s and 70s. 80s away from the buy into our inland areas. 91 outside number towards the delta. the warmest days will be friday, saturday. then that enhanced marine layer again by monday. giants in town tonight. partly sunny skies. chilly conditions at 64. enjoy your day! thank you. trending today, some very exciting news for nobel peace prize winner malala yousefzai. she is going to oxford. she tweeted the news overnight. she was accepted to study at the philosophy, politics and economics degree. she is a pakistan activist shot by the taliban on the way to
school in 2012. ever since, she has been campaigning for girls' education and women's equality. some very lucky "hamilton" fans won lottery tickets from the cast in los angeles. ♪[ music ] >> they were outside the pantages theater yesterday ahead of opening night. it was so crowded, hollywood boulevard shut down. in all, 40 fans won tickets for just 10 bucks each. the universal hit is about to align with the universe. bonnie tyler is set to perform total eclipse of the heart during monday's eclipse. ♪[ music ] >> i miss that hairstyle. since the eclipse is only supposeed to last two minutes and 40 seconds, tyler has to chop out some of the lyrics. it will take place on the royal caribbean's total eclipse
cruise. it set sail from florida on friday. finally, a lot of unhappy fans over a chik-fil-a fail. there's going to be a chicken stand in the atlanta falcons new billion-dollar stadium but there's one problem. the chain isn't open on sundays and the company isn't bending the rules for the nfl. there's only one home game in atlanta this year that isn't on a sunday. chicken fans better get a ticket for thursday, december 7. that's it. [ laughter ] >> the stands will be open for two college football games, as well. we'll be right back.
good morning, everybody! 49ers general manager john lynch sees the national anthem as the great uniter, not divider. >> personally, when i see that i think it -- that's divisive, you know? and i understand guys, um, see things that they're not happy and they have that right. and i -- i think, um, we'll always respect people's right. that doesn't mean i believe that. i believe that this should be celebrated for what it is. i think a tremendous unifier for our country. >> some don't agree with him. in miami where matt cain had his first start since july 31 tuning up in miami in the first. a double into the left field corner brings home two more
runs. marlins led 4-0. the only late drama was whether miami's giancarlo stanton could homer for a 7th straight game but he only singled in the final at bat. the drama is over. crowds are leaving. the marlins win 8-1. in boston, jordan was throwing out the first pitch. i'm not sure this was his target. a photographer took it on his lens. no word if he was able to stick around and shoot the game. the a's are losers to the royals 7-6. don't forget! the 49ers and the broncos this saturday on the big 5. pregame coverage starts at 6:30. we'll see you at levi's stadium. i'm dennis o'donnell. see you tonight. the national park service has already issued a permit for a planned rally happening here at crissy field next saturday. that's expected to drew white supremacist groups. we'll tell you about the pushback. >> and police shoot and kill a
and i'm kenny choi. new this morning: a scary situation for neighbors . police good morning, it's thursday, august 17. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi. new this morning, a scary situation for neighbors in livermore. police say that they shot and killed a suspect who lit a fire in his home. kpix 5's jessica flores is live with more. >> reporter: investigators are still here at the sun valley mobile estate trying to piece together what exactly happened during that two-hour standoff. a massive fire started and also
those shots were fired feet from where they live. this happened about 9 p.m. police shot and killed a man after he barricaded and armed himself inside the mobile home and then lit the home on fire. neighbors captured video of the flames shooting in. 911 calls came in around 9 p.m. saying a man was acting bizarrely and challenged people to fight. he refused to obey police commands and went into the home. he made suicide statements and shots were fired from inside the home. a crisis negotiator tried to talk him out. after two hours, he started a fire in the home and that's when police say he came out with a shotgun and they shot and killed him. the tense scene unfolding just feet from other homes. neighbors were told to "shelter in place." >> it was going on for quite a while. they did anything in their power to get him to come out peacefully. >> reporter: no police officers
were hurt, no one else inside the home when this happened. now, of course, livermore investigators are still trying to piece together what happened but at this point, they are not releasing the name of the man they shot and killed. and they are also not releasing the names of the police officers involved. live in livermore, i'm jessica flores, kpix 5. 5:32 right now. let's check weather with roberta. >> we had sunshine at the coast yesterday. a lot of people have been complaining about the "june gloom" during the month of august. earlier burnoff today, as well. we have some subtle changes going on right here right now. let's call on our live weather camera, 5:32, looking outdoors right now, overcast skies as we peer out towards the transamerica pyramid. [ foghorn sound effect ] >> sfo also reporting a deck of stratus. it's the marine layer. [ foghorn sound effect ] >> and it's pushed onshore locally inland a good 50 miles. right now, it's overcast in
livermore at 60. we have clouds in san jose at 61. we have gray skies in santa rosa at 58 degrees. currently in redwood city, it is now 64. low 60s in oakland. the winds have been under 10 except in the fairfield area up to 20. these winds will be rotating all over the place this afternoon 10 to 20 miles per hour. so sure, we have this marine layer 2,000 feet deep. but the area of low pressure that's enhancing the marine layer is way over there. high pressure is building in out there. the end result is, gradual warming. in fact, today we'll be near 90 inland. low 90s towards the delta. redwood city 60. 83 in napa and in sonoma. how about 87 degrees in fairfield? your full forecast is coming up.
good morning. if you are heading out the door, we're tracking slowdowns over at the bay bridge toll plaza. take a look at this. traffic starting to really stack up. looks like they have those metering lights on just checked that they haven't reported this -- but i'm going to say yes, they are definitely on. right now it's 15 minutes as you make your way from the maze into san francisco. likely to get much slower for the morning commute. you know the drill. but the eastshore freeway that's still looking good in the green as you make your way from the carquinez bridge to the maze a 20-minute ride. we are tracking the usual slowdowns heading through the altamont pass westbound 580 in the yellow, 28 minutes between 205 and 680. and some delays along westbound 37. we have some earlier roadwork one-way traffic control now we have a hit-and-run crash. westbound 37 near mare island. give yourself some extra time from 80 to 101. more than 1,000 people
gathered at the university of virginia last night to denounce violence and racism and honor the woman killed during a white supremacist rally last weekend. >> the energy here is beautiful. and to know that, um, your neighbors are here for whatever you need, it's -- it's -- it's definitely healing. >> 32-year-old heather heyer was killed when a participant in the white supremacist rally allegedly rammed his car into a crowd of counterprotesters. yesterday, heyer's mother told a crowd yesterday to ask themselves, what can i do to make a difference? today in san francisco the national park service is asking for the public's take on a right-wing rally planned for crissy field. there's significant concern that the event could turn violent. kpix 5's jackie ward report. >> reporter: with those images of charlottesville still fresh in the minds of local leaders, they are now asking the park service to revoke a permit that
it's already issued for a rally planned for next weekend. the national park service is asking for the public's opinion on whether to allow this type of event happen in san francisco. it's a rally that's expected to draw armed militias and white supremacist groups which alarms some people including san francisco mayor ed lee. a "patriot prayer" organizer is not happy with the permit debate that's happening. counter-protestors are getting ready for the event. >> the people at the top are doing everything they can to hold on to their power. >> reporter: in a statement the national park service said:
>> reporter: park service is expected to make a final decision sometime late next week. at crissy field, jackie ward, kpix 5. many who attended the white supremacist rally in virginia are now dealing with the fallout. a group captured these images of rally organizer christopher cantwell chanting slogans carrying a torched and showing off firearms. he is facing charges and getting emotional about the social media pressure. >> and they just won't stop! you know? we have done everything in our power. we have used every peaceful and lawful means by which to redress our grievances. and our enemies just will not stop. >> the tech world is weighing in on the president's response to the charlottesville protest where he placed blame on both sides. apple's ceo tim cook condemned the president's remarks in an
email to employees saying that, quote, hate is a cancer. and left unchecked, it destroys everything in its path. cook is now pledging a million dollars each to the southern poverty law center and the anti- defamation league. we now know the security guard who shot a suspected shoplifter in san francisco is under arrest. the shooting happened tuesday outside the burlington coat factory in soma. the guard shot the man in the thtan into confrontation. custody on suspicion of assault with a firearm. happening today in the south bay, more than 100 neighbors planned to show up to community meetings today over a proposed tiny homes project to house the homeless. the site is located in a residential part of the northeast foothills of san jose. community members have been gathering signatures to oppose the project in their neighborhoods. the meeting tonight is at 7 p.m. at the berryessa branch library. following the violence in
virginia, facebook is taking action to crush posts promoting hate. hena doba reports. >> reporter: the white house will make this month's payments to insurers under the affordable care act. president trump has been threatening to end the payment as a way to pressure democrats to negotiate on healthcare. the cost sharing subsidies total to about $7 billion a year. a jump by retail stocks including target and urban outfitters led a small rally here on wall street. the dow was up 25. the nasdaq finished 12 points higher. in the wake of the charlottesville violence, facebook has taken down any post that is promote or celebrate hate crimes or acts of terrorism. facebook's ceo mark zuckerberg said that while facebook believes in promoting debate, attacking others because of their beliefs or religious backgrounds is unacceptable. an unusual [ indiscernible ] made its way to the top 50 itunes chart. silence.
it's 10 minutes of dead air. it costs 99 cents. its popularity is due to drivers' frustration when they plug their smartphones into a car and usually the first song alphabetically plays by default, now the silent song plays first. that's your cbsmoneywatch report. for more, head to cbsmoneywatch.com. ♪[ music ] time now 5:40. outrage at one bay area university as a professor who harassed one of his students prepares to return to campus. >> an emotional last night in the u.s. when man and woman are deported. this morning the woman explains why she came to the u.s. illegally 23 years ago and what she learned.
in just a few minutes. late last night: she and her husband are forced out of the country.. leaving 3 children behind. kpix 5's neda iranpour is here this woman and her husband were deported leaving three daughters behind. kpix 5's neda iranpour is here to explain what led up to this. >> reporter: maria mendoza- sanchez had to leave the united states after 23 years. they left their three children at 11:30 with their 12-year-old son. their three daughters will live in oakland in their home. a tearful good-bye came despite a final attempt from dianne feinstein to extend their stay. feinstein called on the federal government to reverse this deportation which she called the cruel and arbitrary nature of president trump's immigration enforcements policy. maria says she aware she is being punished for being here illegally when she came here 23 years ago but for the past 15 years, she was trying to make
things right. in a sense, turning her family in. >> i tried. i tried since 2000, every, single thing i could. everything failed. i'm here today. i'm leaving. when am i going to come back? i don't know. i hope soon. but if it doesn't happen, we just hope that we all have learned something from it. >> reporter: federal law states once a family is deported, they can't return for 10 years. that's when they can begin the process of applying for legal status. that means her parents will miss moments in their children's lives including graduation getting an education was something the family strongly encouraged for their daughters. live in the newsroom, neda iranpour, kpix 5. >> do you know their plan once the parents reach mexico? >> reporter: after they land in mexico city, the couple and their son will head back to their hometown of santa monica. that's in the state of hidalgo and regroup. get a job. it's a small town. the woman is a nurse.
the man is a truck driver. >> thank you. we have learned that a san jose state professor who was found sexually harassed a student will be returning to the classroom. professor lewis aptekar was placed on paid leave last year. a campus investigation found he inappropriately asked a female student if she was single and wanted to date. now the university says that aptekar will be returning to teach two graduate classes. >> would you feel comfortable being in his classroom? >> definitely not, no. i just -- you know, just because there are other people around, it would be okay. but i mean, it probably wouldn't be okay but i just -- i wouldn't feel comfortable plain and simple. >> the university says that the professor will not be an adviser to students. he is expected to return next week. this nudist club in missouri hopes you will want to watch the eclipse wearing nothing. the 40-acre club is planning to hold eclipse-themed dances,
potlucks and parties this weekend. hm. it still has tents available plus spaces for people to park rvs but anybody choosing to camp has to say good-bye to their clothes. members of the club stress it's a comfortable experience. >> there's no sexual intervention at all. i mean, it's just body -- it's all about body acceptance. when you talk to someone, you're talking to that person. it doesn't matter what they're dressed like. >> and you keep good eye contact. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> one man who belongs to -- >> definitely. >> -- a club in england is flying in to check out the eclipse. of course in the nude. >> yeah. now, the eclipse will span 2400 miles across the u.s. 12million people live in the complete darkness zone but 10 million people are expected to go there. kpix 5's ken bastida is joining them reporting from oregon not from the nudist club along the
path of totality beginning this saturday. and! programming reminder, don't forget the 49ers hit the field on saturday against the broncos for the first preseason game at levi's stadium. see it here on kpix 5. and weather. toss traffic>> michelle is going to be at the game. she is ready for football season! she has been doing the research for fantasy draft. she is ready. >> i'm ready to go. i love football. yeah. but i'm going to be out there doing some hits and talking to the fans, which is pretty cool talking to the tailgaters. hopefully i can score some food and water. >> any fans in particular? [ laughter ] >> i'm going to -- i'm going to give love to both sides but you all know i'm from denver. i'm a broncos fan. >> we have been giving jaclyn a few tips here and there. quick tutorial on football. [ crosstalk ] >> back to the nudist story, i wonder if they're all aware
during a total solar eclipse, the temperature can drop 20 degrees. >> oh. >> so a little chilly if you are in the nude. [ laughter ] >> how much time i would save not having to pick out what to wear and pick out an outfit. >> i know. that actually would be kind of nice. >> that's one way of looking at it. >> all right. our producer says to move along. moving on, okay. over at the san mateo bridge, good morning, everyone. if you are getting ready to head out, 880 to 101, you're in the green. just under a 15-minute ride. it's getting crowded westbound. do expect delays along 280. we have some roadwork and reports of an accident at highway 92 and 280 interchange there. emergency crews heading to the scene. we'll have more on that coming up in the next traffic report. for now be prepared for a slow ride on 280 in both directions through hillsboro. roadwork in daly city. speeds are back to the limit.
15 minutes into san francisco. 580 to the altamont pass, 205 to 680, about 30 minutes. hat's a check of your traffic; over to you. >> i want to remind everybody that if you want a tip of the day a factoid about the great american solar eclipse taking place this month, it's cbssf.com/solareclipse. i put a forecast in for us. you know, there's a slight chance that we could see some burnoff along the coast and the bay earlier. we do have maximum exposure for the partial eclipse here in the bay area at 10:15. but if you want to bank on a sure thing, i would head to the east bay anywhere around concord. pittsburg, back to antioch and brentwood, discovery bay would be fine. otherwise, we'll have low clouds and fog along the coast into the bay. this morning, clear skies in fairfield.
that's a good place to go for viewing of the partial eclipse. antioch, jerry has clear skies. we do have overcast conditions looking out towards the bay bridge this morning. and in mount vaca. clear skies. another great place for the viewing of the partial eclipse. san jose cleared out in the low 60s. the stratus isn't as extensive this morning as it has been all week. the reason is that area of low pressure that contributed to enhancing our marine layer is due east of the bay area. it's allowing high pressure to build in. and when that happens, we get some drier air mass and gradual warming. so earlier burnoff today. warmer temperatures this afternoon. warm weather friday and
saturday. it's 48 going up to 79 in the high sierra. 60 monterey bay. sunrise 6:27. sunset just before 8 p.m. temperatures 60s, 70s and 80s. warming up on friday and saturday. monday through wednesday knocking back those temperatures. now you have to get out the door. we have more news and sports coming up with kenny, michelle and jaclyn right after this. 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.
her owner. "love's" a hayward service dog is back home a day after the thief stole her while she was inches away from her owner. love's owner says someone took her while she waited for him next to his wheelchair outside a hayward safeway on tuesday. he was about to get out of his car when three people stole the dog and fled. just after 8 p.m. last night, someone who says she bought the dog from a homeless man in oakland for 50 bucks showed up at the man's home to return love.
>> it was like, um, his child had been kidnapped. you know? and, um, i'm just so happy and so grateful she is returned. >> i'm so happy and grateful that, um, you know, they returned my dog and i got my dog back. >> this isn't the first time love has been stolen. someone took her at the san leandro marina just a few years ago as she wait for her owner to get into his wheelchair. a driver who led police to the port of los angeles is dead. during a standoff he climbed a crane and stripped naked before jumping to his death. police and firefighters tried for hours to coax him down safely. but he was acting erratically. investigators say that the suspect stole an suv from a car dealership in san bernardino and then nearly hit several vehicles during the chase through rush hour traffic. locals living near one napa vineyard are pushing for an end to a sound they just can't stand. all the noise is coming from bird cannons. [ noise ]
>> that's it. jennifer leslie and her husband bought their fixer-upper farm in the area specifically for peace and quiet. but during harvest season, many vineyards use propane cannons to scare off birds. they are allowed to do it through the right-to-farm ordinance. that means canyons going off starting at 6:30 a.m. 7 days a week all day. neighboring solano county does have restrictions on bird cannons. the national park service is asking the public for its input on a rally that could potentially turn violent. here at crissy field. >> and police shoot and kill a man here in livermore after they say he fired his weapon at police officers and started a fire. that story coming up.
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