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hours from now, it's showdown between the u.s. and state of arizona over the controversial immigration law. a preview coming up. >> and this morning, san francisco giants are just one win away from doing something they never have done before. and local fans will get a new public venue to to watch the game. >> and some of the fog trying to slip in the north bay valleys. so far no problems with low visibility. sunshine and lazy warm weather and rain chances this weekend. if are planning to make the drive across the san mateo bridge, traffic is still flowing well. good news if you are headed through highway 12. >> good news is always good news. looking forward to it. first day of november. i'm eric thomas. >> i'm kristen sze.
we begin with news, san francisco police are looking for a gunman who wounded three people in an attack late last night. one of the victims is a three-year-old girl. terry mcsweeney is live in the newsroom with more on the story. >> there may be more than one shooter that could be a drive-by. that three-year-old girl is at san francisco general hospital with life-threatening injuries. take a look at video from the scene. it was 25th street and connecticut. they say the gunfire broke out about 10:00 last night. one victim a 20-year-old man shot a number of times. his injuries is described as life-threatening. another victim, 54 years old he is expected to recover. one of the victims drove himself to san francisco general hospital. police surrounded that car with crime scene tape. the gang task force has been called in to investigate. a possible gang connection and they are looking into the possibility of a drive-by shooting. recapping, three people shot in san francisco last night and this morning, two of them
including a three-year-old girl at san francisco general that police describe as life-threatening injuries. >> in oakland police are trying to find someone that shot nine people during a halloween party. the shooting happened early yesterday morning on sweets ballroom where 600 people were attending a party called fright fest. none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening. the man that was shot in the back was the actual target. now to developing news from san jose. an arson investigator is at the scene of a massive fire. the fire started around 2:30 in a recycling center at 10th and horning streets. we're told the fire gutted that building and seriously damaged a bar next door. a source tells abc7 the fire is
considered suspicious because there have been three other fires within the last 24 hours. nobody was injured in this fire. >> vallejo police say they will not react elevate their s.w.a.t. team. the team was suspended because of issues over staffing and funding and officials say the situation has not improved. the team will be considered up definitely and they will rely on swat officers from nearby benicia. >> the debate over arizona's immigration law takes center stage in san francisco as the ninth circuit begins hearing the case. the arizona governor herself will be here. janelle wang joins us with more. >> jan brewer is going to appear three hours from now she will fly back to continue her re-election campaign and this big showdown is coming one day before election day. it's over senate bill 1070
signed into law by the governor. it's an attempt to crack down on illegal immigration in their state. it allows police officers to check the immigration status of people they pull over. opponents say it will lead to the racial profiling of latinos. this past summer, parts of the bill were blocked after the obama administration took the arizona law to court. they will try to unblocks the injunction in front of the ninth circuit court of appeals. large demonstrations. some say its bad panel for arizona. one judge is latino immigrant who says he was almost wrongfully deported decades ago but our legal analyst it could be good for arizona because two of the judges tend to be more conservative and tend to give the states more flexibility with theirs laws. dean johnson will talk more about it at 6:30. this morning, the giants may
be less than 24 hours away from winning the world series and bringing that championship home to san francisco. aubrey huff hit a two-run homer. 21-year-old madison bumgarner pitched eight scoreless innings. posey added another homer for good measure. he never allowed a texas ranger to get past second base. they marveled a at his ability of handling the pressure. >> i can't say what he did tonight. 21-year-old kid on that stage pitching like that. he had it all working. >> i don't think it will sink in but right now we have to win. >> the win tonight the giants will take the title.
tim lincecum faces off rangers cliff lee. first pitch around 5:00 p.m. our time. >> game five brings a new place for giants' fans to cheer on the home team. the game will be shown free of charge at civic center plaza. fox sports which controls the broadcast rights to the world series, gave the city permission to show the game because the giants are away from home and a win would clinch the championship. if the giants were to fall tonight, they won't, they will return home for game six and seven. no alcohol will be allowed at the viewing. >> let's check in with mike and see what the seth is going to be like. >> a repeat of yesterday wouldn't be so bad. >> i could for that, but it will be slightly warmer and expect the temperature 69 degrees.
53 or 52. it will get cooler outside but it ought to be comfortable for viewing. and cool weather, that is what we have waiting for you. more areas in the 40s. half moon bay, menlo park, livermore, concord, fairfield and santa rosa, even three-quarter mile visibility in santa rosa with that fog. temperatures are close to where they were yesterday. half moon bay, four degrees cooler. this afternoon, widespread low to mid-80s. the exception, vallejo, san mateo and half moon bay in the upper 50s. monterey bay, a lot of sunshine. monterey at 68. >> seven-day forecast, warming trend will continue tomorrow. it will climax on wednesday. above average temperatures and then small chance of a scattered shower on saturday and sunday.
>> we'll start off with good thousands on highway 12, new connector connector road that connects highway 12 west and east. normally everybody has to get on westbound 80 and that crowds up traffic but the new road will get you between highway 12 east and west without having to travel on interstate 80. good news for drivers. 101 at east washington in petaluma an earlier morning accident has been cleared. no major delays at the toll plaza. >> and just ahead, new poll showing the upcoming election to legalize marijuana may be going up in smoke. >> and brace yourself, parking tickets may i know many of you see this election as an unhappy choice between a longtime politician
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protecting local schools from devastating cuts. endorsed for his "independence" by the contra costa times, stockton record, and our local teachers. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i approved this message. good morning, 6:12 on the morning news. orange and black colors, here is the ferry building as the giants try to wrap-up the world series. they could do it with a win in texas. san francisco public school kids will stay home in the first of four furlough days. they agreed on today on four furlough days. district is facing a $113 million shortage the next couple of years because of state budget cuts. the furlough days include schools, child development centers and will save more than nine million dollars. >> one day before voters go to the polls, candidates are making
a final push in hopes of reaching a critical undecided voter. this weekend, carly fiorina reached out to east bay seniors, she hopes nationwide anti-incumbent wave deny barbara boxer a fourth term. >> we have to put 2.3 californians back to work. we have to get out of control government spending under control. >> what we need to do is make sure that the private sector, special clean energy has those incentives because those are jobs that can be made in america. >> creating jobs is topping the agenda for the candidates running for governor. jerry brown finished his last weekend of campaigning in downtown sacramento. california's current attorney general and former two term governor believes clean energy
could generate up to half a million new jobs. >> 3,000 megawatts by 2020. we have the plan. it's one-third renewable energy. we do that and we'll put people to work. som are a energy to rooms, transmission lines. meantime, wheg whitman rallied her support wers a pledge to create jobs as well. >> i'm a proven job creator. i have created jobs in my 30-career in business in direct contrast to my opponent who has been on the war on jobs for 40 years. i think it's a bad time for a job creator, don't you? >> the latest field poll shows brown leading whitman 49-39%. whitman's camp points to its own polling and other surveys that show the race is a dead heat. >> and field poll that
proposition 19 that would legalize marijuana may be headed for defeat. 49% now oppose prop 19 while 42% support it. also struggling, prop 23 which would suspend california greenhouse gas emissions oh. >> and prop 35, for passing the budget from two-thirds to a simple majority designed to avoid delays. >> i've seen the forecast. 90% of the people like. >> what does mike have for us. >> can you give me 70s in november. it should be cooler. >> we'll have that.
>> good morning. almost 6:15 and we're seeing a little fog spilling out in the north bay valleys and dust over in san francisco and we're looking for emeryville but particularest around san francisco. let's talk about some temperatures and how cool it is the we are in the 40s, mid to upper 40s, santa rosa, fairfield san rafael, redwood city, half moon bay, concord and livermore, low to mid-50s for the rest of us. watsonville, salinas around 50 degrees. highlights, sunshine, kind of a quiet weather pattern for today. it will stay quiet but each and every day it gets a little warmer through wednesday. slight down turn of temperatures for weekend and small chance of rain. low to mid-70s in the south bay.
cupertino, milpitas at 72 right in the middle. we'll have low 70s for most of the peninsula with palo alto will be one of the warm spots at 73. san jose, 59 mid-50s along the coast with sunshine today, downtown south san francisco, 70 degrees. mid to upper 50s along the coast. san rafael and petaluma, most of north bay valleys, low to mid-70s. oakland, fremont, warm spots at 73 and slightly cooler around berkeley and hercules with upper 50s for you. low to mid-70s in the east bay valleys all the way up to brentwood, 75 this afternoon. upper 50s to low 70s around the monitor lay bay. tonight we'll see some 40s, they will be confined to the valleys. antioch and livermore, napa, san rafael. santa rosa, cloverdale and possibly half moon bay.
low to mid-50s and into the south bay, couple areas of high pressure pushing the storm track very wind driven storm up in the gulf of alaska that will miss us thanks to the area of high pressure and eventually the one over the great basin will be stronger. look, we're going to hit the upper 70s to mid on 80s. we'll see low 70s at the coast this week. thursday, slightly cooler but temperatures still above average and even into friday, we'll see the extra clouds and a chance of shower that temperatures come back down to where they should be for early november. metering lights are turned on at the bay bridge toll plaza. that is why we're starting to see the back-up grow. check out the golden gate bridge for you, you'll see traffic flowing well. no major problems here. north 101 to east washington an
early accident has been cleared. we'll check out 101, it has thickened but so far southbound from novato toward 580. head to the south bay, check out the 280 and 17 interchange, that is northbound 280 and that is highway 17 coming out of the santa cruz mountains which is also delay free at this point. at 101 and 880 interchange, no major trouble reported and you'll find 880 across your screen. we have some typical delays developing on westbound 4 out of antioch and through the altamont pass. you can find that what i can slow you down by going to www.abc7.com. as you know, san francisco parking tickets could get more expensive. city transportation agency is deciding whether to pass on to drivers a new parking penalty included in the new state budget.
a three dollar surcharge to pay for court operations. if they absorbs the costs it would lose $3 million this fiscal year and $5 million the next. time for this morning's must reads. you hear a lot about foreclosures but the l.a. times looks at people who keep making egg their payments even though their homes are underwater. it redeuce the chance to get loan modification. analysts warn it could cause a drain on the wider economy as homeowners keep putting money into mortgages which has higher interest rates instead of making other consumer purchases which they can't afford now. >> and community groups have launched an unprecedented effort to influence the election of a new police chief. chief rob davis is retiring.
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>> and big change that could mean lots of confusion for lots of muni riders. what you need to know before you head to the station or bus stop. >> i'm terry mcsweeney, live at san francisco general hospital. a three-year-old girl has life-threatening injuries after being shot. what police say could be a drive-by. the story coming up in a live report. >> a hot spot on the bay bridge. check out all the brake lights. we'll check out the back-up and mike wanted me to pass on, no majojojojojojojojojojojojojojojo
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>> opening bell just rang on wall street. >> manufacturing activity on the u.s. and expansion in china but commerce department has bad news. they say consumer spend was weak. we'll have a live report from the new york stock exchange coming up in 15 minutes. >> right now, three people are hospitalized this morning after being shot in san francisco last night. one of the victims is a three-year-old girl. terry mcsweeney is live in the newsroom with the very latest on this. >> this is where all three victims are right now. one of them as you mentioned three-year-old girl who has life-threatening injuries after being shot a number of times. take a look at video, 25th
street and connecticut. police say the gunfire broke out about 10:00 and investigators are looking into this as a part of drive-by. one victim a 20-year-old man shot a number of times, those injuries are also described as life-threatening. another victim, a 54-year-old man, he is expected to recover. one of the victims drove himself out here to the general hospital. police quickly surrounded the car with crime scene tape. the gang task force has been called in to investigate a possible connection along those lines. they are looking into the possibility of a drive-by shootings. the girl was not hit near a major artery but any time a three-year-old girl is shot a number of times, they consider them life-threatening injuries. this morning, san carlos police department will cease to exist and sheriff will take over
the city. they will mark the takeover with a swearing-in ceremony for 43 employees that are transferring. they voted to disband the department to save money. every sworn officer from san carlos was offered a position with the sheriff's department and the city's police department will be used as a sheriff's substation. san carlos is considering developing a fire department and having the duties taken over by another agency. today the battle over arizona's controversial immigration law comes to san francisco. that is where the ninth circuit court of appeals will hear initial arguments in the federal government's case against the state of arizona. >> dean johnson joins us with a preview. dean, most controversial portion of this law, of course, is actually being blocked right now? >> very quickly there is an injunction in place that puts all of this law on hold including the so-called papers please that allows police
officers to detain somebody and require them to prove they are legally in the united states. >> so you have conservative piece of legislation and conservative state heading for most liberal appeals court in the country. what happens here? >> ninth circuit is class had as a liberal court but this panel is very conservative. there are two judges, one who has written a number of opinions in this area. we call supremacy clause analysis the balance of federal and state law. most are very conservative and would expected to be leaning toward giving the states more flexibility. >> and two of the three judges have spanish sur names. >> two judges are hispanic. judge baia emigrated from cuba.
they judge based on their leaning of the law and it's very conservative and not influenced a lot by etiology. >> and immigration policy is a federal concern and state of arizona should draw back from this? >> exactly. the word of the day is preemption, will the judges say that congress has exercised it's power under the constitution to preempt all state regulation in this area or leave a little bit of space for state regulation and arizona's regulations fit into that space, that is question. >> what arizona's argument here? >> arizona's argument is that there is some space for states to make policy and that they are simply making policy to prevent what they see is a major social problem. everything that they are doing is consistent with the federal policies in the immigration. >> and difference here is
mandatory. this law makes it mandatory that you have to do them. >> no. what it does, it eliminates the probable cause requirement. generally we think that police officers can't stop and dwayne somebody unless they have probable cause -- detain somebody or have suspicion that crime is going on. to say that somebody believes they are illegal immigrant, how do you know when you see somebody walking down the street if they are illegal immigrant or not. >> our legal analyst. thank you very much. >> well, starting today, monthly passes on muni will no longer be available. riders will need the new clipper card. they warn the transition will cause delays in rider confusion. to help with the changes, passengers can buy the clipper card with a fast pass already loaded for the month of november. there have been numerous
complaints including technical glitches to people that do not speak english. the card is prepaid plastic card accepted by most bay area transit agencies. >> and transit riders will wait longer for their buses. they are cutting their 7% and in march they cut 8%. ac transit expects to shave nearly $11.5 million from its budget from these cuts. on happier news, the giants just one win away from winning their first world series since moving to california. 21-year-old madison bumgarner was brilliant. eight scoreless innings against texas as the giants took game four. big blast from aubrey huff with a homer down the right field line. that is all they needed, madison
bumgarner had six strikeouts. final score 4-0 and they could wrap it up tonight. tim lincecum is on the mound and cliff lee will face him. first pitch is around 5:00 our time. if the giants lose it's back here for games six and seven. >> but thousands of fans are expected to gather at civic center plaza to watch the game. this is the only world series game the city will be allowed to broadcast. fox approved the free broadcast because the giants are away and win would clinch the world series championship. no alcohol will be allowed at the viewing. if giants would fall tonight, they will return here for six and seven but we have full confidence that will not be needed.
>> a little orange punch. >> bring your own. >> sounds like you don't need to bring your own umbrella. >> i was thinking about something else -- oh, man. i'm sorry. he is all fired up about this. >> and rangers are going up in smoke. >> it be very nice. we'll talk about sunshine and 70 in downtown san francisco probably dropping down to the low 50s. temperatures above average from san francisco, to santa rosa, one degree above average. concord 2. and oakland, 8 degrees warmer. that the scene for the early week weather. starting off chilly. who's in the valleys with low to mid-50s around the bay at 8:00. look by noon, mid to upper 60s except for half moon bay.
and then total sunshine and temperatures holding into the upper 50s to low 70s around the bay. in north bay and low to mid-70s in the east bay valleys. this warming trend will get stronger tomorrow. it will climax on wednesday and then start to taper on thursday into friday. by saturday and sunday, temperatures back to average with a slight chance of a shower both days. frances has an update on the bay bridge. >> base of a stall here is a live shot. you see all the traffic heading to treasure island and stall was somewhere in this area. looks like traffic is still really heavy. there might be pushing a car off right now. traffic is backed up past the 880 overcrossing. if you are holding over to the san mateo bridge, no problems in both directions. westbound traffic on the right-hand side. new accident came up in the south bay. mountain view area, westbound 237 at 85. in the center divide at this
point. emergency crews are heading there. still a lot of green out of milpitas and westbound 4, lone tree way 242, 25 minutes, it's sluggish through the altamont pass on westbound 580. over half an hour. and then highway 12 in sue soon city there was an early morning accident at walters road. street lights were out. power was restored to half the folks in the area but apparently at 6:00, 1700 customers are still without power and the pg&e website say they hope to restore the power by 7-had a. >> thank you. >> trading is under way in wall street. live report from the new york stock exchange. here is a live look. dow is up, 80 points. >> and big change being made by
two of america's biggest shippers in the wake of last week's terror scare. >> and is it too realistic. new david harmer wrote an education plan titled "abolish the public schools." he even called our schools "insidious" and "socialism." as families struggle to raise their kids, to provide a good education, harmer bragged, "we can design a plan to dismantle them." david harmer is just too radical. we need jerry mcnerney. protecting local schools from devastating cuts. endorsed for his "independence" by the contra costa times, stockton record, and our local teachers. i'm jerry mcnerney, and i approved this message.
meg whitman didn't tell the truth about not voting or about how long she lived in california. she got caught in insider deals at goldman sachs. she changed her story about physically abusing an employee. she campaigned as tough as nails on immigration knowing her housekeeper of 9 years was undocumented. her tv ads have been condemned as false and misleading. and even her hometown newspaper said meg whitman has demonstrated "a loose relationship with the truth" welcome back. 6:44, let's take a look at sunshine across the state, from 57 to tahoe at 53, mid-70s through the central valley. low to mid-80s around los angeles and palm springs. san diego, sunshine and 74. a stray shower is possible around eureka.
here is erric. >> a global search is under way to trace cell phone parts used in bombs. they are sharing serial numbers. meantime, a team of u.s. investigators is headed to yemen to help search for suspects who sent at least two bombs addressed to chicago area synagogues. they say they narrowly averted the mail bomb plot and they still don't know if they found all the bombs. there could be more. the government believes the two seized printer bombs found on cargo planes originating from yemen may have been designed to blow up planes in flight. the suspect is a saudi man believed to have designed the bomb used by the underwear bomber. >> they are trying to use based on adaptations what we put in place. so they are showing new
techniques in o their part. >> shipping companies have stopped shipments to yemen and they are reviewing shipments from the past two weeks to determine if any packages are here. >> they are kicking off, china is going to 1.3 billion people. it's making more complicated by changing demographics. many people have moved to rural cities looking for jobs. they have conducted a census and people will record where they live. >> now jobs are hot button topic in tomorrow's elections and looking at search engines. hello. immigrant workers have gained half million jobs in u.s. and
not since the great recession but u.s. born workers continue to lose jobs. this is according to the study and study found that weekly earnings of foreign born workers has fallen since last year, latino immigrants have seen the biggest drop in wages. let's take a look at the markets where we do have a rally underway on this first trading day of november. back to back gains, biggest stocks we've seen in 12 years. a lot of folks are banking on the feds and earning reports are coming in better than expected. silicon valley index is also on the rise. >> if you have been trouble finding what you want, doing a google search, the folks over at blocko.com, launching a search engine today. they say they are going to focus on high quality states leaving
other things that you don't want behind. and things like the grateful dead and money in much more narrow way. the company has 22 employees including search engineers from google as well as yahoo. thank you. more news for you. the man arrested for ramming a stolen van into a fremont police officer is expected in court today. 36-year-old alexander dias has been charged with murder, grant theft and is being held without bail. he is accused of running into an officer on october 4th. van he is accused of driving dragged the officer and his motorcycle through two lanes of traffic and into a light pole. police arrested him in southern california. the officer is recovering from serious leg injuries after
spending a week in the hospital. >> let's take a look at the forecast. >> not bad for november. no rain in the forecast. right now it doesn't look impressive. good monday morning, we had the giants win and quiet weather as we look from mount tam this morning. talk about the temperatures. they are cool in the valleys. dry air and lack of clouds and wind have allowed most of us to drop in the 40s. some exceptions, oakland, mountain view and antioch in the low to mid-50s. around monterey bay, gilroy and monterey in the mid to upper 40s. near 50s for watsonville and salinas. high pressure that brings us sunshine and quiet weather in the next couple of days as we build the warmth through the mid-week time frame. cooler this weekend with more clouds and that small chance of
rain right now. starting in the east bay valleys dublin at 71. brentwood 75 degrees. most of the east bay shore, mid-70s. richmond berkeley hercules hacking out in the upper 50s. low to mid-70s in the south bay with milpitas at 72 degrees. we have low to mid-70s across the peninsula. over at the beaches, mid-60s today. near 70 downtown san francisco. san rafael, petaluma, vallejo and stinson peach, mid to upper 60s everybody else in the low to mid-70s. monterey and carmel, mid to upper 50s but the rest of monterey bay low to mid-70s. tonight, low to mid-50s throughout the bay shore. area of high pressure, we have two of them.
the one over the great bais sin going to give us the warmer weather. take a look at seven-day forecast, temperatures could hit the mid-80s by wednesday, even 80 around the bay and mid to upper 50s along the coast. it will be cooler starting thursday but still above average for thursday and friday. saturday and sunday, temperatures back to average with those extra clouds. what if you came about this at somebody's doorstep. isn't that great. i have to show you this one, too. >> i love it. we have a lot of great photos. we'll show you more tomorrow. if you have some new ones or video you would like to share. e-mail them to us or upload them at ureport.
>> and that is a cued one. here big delay at bay bridge toll plaza, it's going to be a slow one because of an earlier stall on the upper deck. an accident just reported in one of the toll lanes in this back-up that is jammed toward the foot of the maze and will probably be worse through the morning commute. 680 in wall nut creek, traffic is still looking good. an accident on lone tree partially in the left lane. this is southbound traffic. also in mountain view, an accident is now blocking a lane on westbound 237 at 85 but i think they'll clear this one before it causes delays. and highway 12 west and east, that could ease the traffic on interstate 80. away check 101 in san jose and
it looks pretty good. you might find some usual slowing and you can always get the latest traffic information by going to our website any time and you'll find it right there. a movie had a powerful effect but this one may be too far. 13 people passing out at screenings of a new film called 127 hours. the movie based on a true story is about a hiker that had to amputate his own forearm after falling in utah. two people passed out at a screening in colorado and three at toronto film festival and one at mill valley film festival. recapping top stories, a showdown over arizona's immigration law takes place
today at san francisco courtroom just a few hours. >> janelle wang with a preview. >> the hearing begins at 9:00 a.m. in front of a panel of three federal judges from the u.s. ninth circuit court of appeals. the case is surrounding bill 1070 an attempt by arizona lawmakers to crack down on illegal immigration in their state. it allows police officers to check their status to people they pull over. they are planning a large march to the courthouse this morning. arizona governor jan brewer who signed the bill is expected to make an appearance at today's hearing and fly back to continue her re-election campaign in arizona. the hearing should last about one hour. they will listen to arguments from arizona state attorneys and the u.s. department of justice. hearing will be carried live on c-span. they are expected to come back with a decision in the coming weeks or months. now to the other top story,
let's go to terry mcsweeney. >> reporter: good morning. i got new information on a shooting that occurred last night in san francisco. while i give you the information. take a look at the video. 25 the and connecticut, potrero hill neighborhood of san francisco. here is the new information. of the three victims, one 3, one 20 and one 54 are all related. according to the police officers i've just been speaking to, they were in the wrong place at the wrong time. not one of three was the intended victim of the gunman or gunmen. it happened last night. we're finding out one of the victims, at least one of the victims drove himself to san francisco general, parked the car here and went in to be treated. the 20-year-old and three-year-old are considered to have life-threatening injuries. highway-year-old is expected to be a better shape than the other
two. we are told the gang task force is looking into this and they do in fact have someone in mind as a potential suspect in the shooting and are looking for that person right now. perhaps the story everybody is talking about. >> the giants are one win away from bringing san francisco the first world series championship. the giants won last night 4-0. game five will be shown free of charge on several big screens at civic center plaza. >> how is november coming in? >> coming in quietly. cool in the morning and temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. but this afternoon, temperatures will be slightly above average from about 1-8 degrees above average. we'll see a lot of low to mid-70s inland and few upper 50s
around san mateo and richmond and vallejo. if you are going watch the game in downtown san francisco, 70 at the start of the game and drop down to the low 60s but look at that sunshine and that clear sky and dry air will cool again tonight into the 40s and on a. look how it warms into the low to mid-80s and away from the beaches. >> oakland maze, traffic heading toward the toll plaza, not backed up to the maze. it's slow because of an earlier stall and accident. and 101 in san rafael and sunol grade. in san jose we told you about an earlier fire, and northbound 101 as you approach 880. back with a local update at 7:22. have a great day and go giants!