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killed. the search is on for at least one of the suspects. we'll have the story coming up. and rain and lightning didn't dampen the festivities in rio. the world came together to bring the 2016 summer olympicss to a close. look at the highlights from the closing ceremony right now on "toda "today in the bay." lots of dancing out there. good morning! thank you for joining us on this monday morning. i'm laura garcia cannon. >> i'm sam brock. laura talks about rain and lightning. seeing maybe a little bit of it in the bay area. >> yeah. >> let's take a look at the temperatures outside this morning. not your typical morning as we've beening. 50s and low 60s now. not too bad today. this is what we're talking about this morning. the purple on radar is hail dropped from a former thunderstorms moving offshore. could see more of that dropping in from the east today.
a look what you can expect in the full forecast in a few minutes. now ongoing issues on the rafael bridge. >> these folks tunnelling to the two right lanes. they plan on being here for awhile. they being chp, the tow truck. a car went into a divider between two of the toll gates. that's causing issue. the injury waiting on word. maybe a full forecast when they'll clear. no eto. no estimated time of opening. that's the only real issue for the bay area now. right there. that toll plaza bay bridge has your metering lights on. the rest of the bay is fine. thank you very much. to a developing story in san jose. police are confirming the victims in a deadly double shooting. late last night were brothers. this happened around 9:00 last night. not far from tan stadium. bob redell has been on scene all morning. neighbors in the area say it was
likely a drive by sort of shooting. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. neighbors believe it was gang related. we talked to police about that and they said it's possibly gang related. it happened around 8:45 last night in front of a home a few doors down from where i'm substantial doubting. at the intersection of eighth and martha. it happened in front of the home. two suspects they pull up in a white vehicle and came out of the vehicle then gunned down two brothers who were outside of the house. the brothers were in their 20s and another one in their 30s. one ended up dying on the scene. the other one passed away a short time later at the hospital. in a technical sense it wasn't a drive by shooting. they got out of the car got back in the car and took off. they are out standing the suspects are. the two brothers killed here. neighbors say they heard at least a dozen shots. possibly as many as 20. a source with the police department tells us that the
suspects did use an automatic ak-47 weapon there to gun down these men. these men are number 32 and number 33 homicides for this year in the city of san jose. last year in 2015, a total of 30 people had been murdered and here we are in the of august and they've already, unfortunately, surpassed that total. >> i think every homicide is important to a city, its citizens, and the police department. i don't draw a number of conclusion from the number being higher ee eer or lower. what lead to the homicide is unknown. we may know, eventually. if we do, we can put that information out. >> and police tell us, again, they are looking for the people who shot and killed these brothers. they might be able to get some more information out later this morning in terms of a suspect description. reporting live in san jose.
bob redell. today in the bay. >> thank you. it's 6:03 and new this morning san francisco police looking for a man who bit off a bartender's finger. police just released this surveillance video overnight. take a look at the suspect. officers say the attempted to enter a bar on lumbar street after closing last month when the bartender tried to stop him the suspect bit off the bartender's ring finger. the suspect also hit the bartender in the face multiple times as you see him trying to attack the man. a man diving for abalone died off the coast. life guards pulled that man from the water after a dive. he was pronounced dead on the beach. the man's identity hasn't been released. several bay area residents died last year while diving for abalone which is a group of small to large sea snails. a a church in shock this
morning after thieves steal a historic relic. it happened at st. dominic's last week. the parish said someone stole a piece of the true cross. in a facebook post, they wrote "while the relic has no monetary value, they're praying the people will return it." that was not part of the set design. you see the rain coming down. a fitting end to the olympics. rain extinguished the torch in rio de janeiro last night. there was plenty of rain and wind and lightning. that did not stop what was going on. >> hard to believe it's all over! the event was punctuated with some of the great music of brazil. the latin american nation showcased the talent with dancers, drama, and a nod to history recognizing the country's indigenous people. the closing ceremony looked forward to the future toward tokyo 2020. japan's prime minister appeared dressed as mario.
he received a standing ovation. last night's main focus was to celebrate the athletes, of course. >> thank you! and to you the olympics athletes, you have amazed the world with your incredible performances. you have shown us all the power of sport to unite the world. >> simone biles carried the american flag during the ceremony. she, of course, won four gold medals in bronze during the games. at one point there was a line of athletes trying to get selfies with her. several olympians can't wait to bring their gold back to the states. kevin durant and draymond green and clay thompson. the newest warrior, durant, scored 30 points in this game. usa crushed serbia in the finals.
96-66. the guys now have their sights set on the area. >> with every minute that we sacrificed a long season but this is worth every second. not a lot of people can say that they're gold medallists. >> the season starts in a couple of months. in the meantime, olympic games might be over. you can relive many of the moments on our website nbcbayarea.com. click on the tab that says "olympi"0 li li limb -- olympics." >> at 6:07 this morning. new details on the wild fire in lake county is almost fully contained. cal fire said the clayton fire
destroyed 300 structures is 95% contained and close to being out. a serial arsonist is suspected of starting the fire on august 13th. the valley fire burned miles away last year killing three people and destroying nearly 600 homes. that fire was sparked bay faulty hot tub wiring. there are six fires burning up-and-down the state. thousands of firefighters battling the active and aggressive fires. in bernardino the fire is 85% contained. thousands of people evacuated are allow eed back in. many returning to levelled homes. >> there is a fire threatening the hurst hearst castle. firefighters have a plan in place. there's been a lot of smoke in the skies over the south bay recently and definitely over the rest of the bay area.
all of that due to all of the wild fires burning around, as laura mentioned. it turns out things won't be getting better any time soon. a new joint study from harvard and yale university finds in the coming decades people in the three bay area counties will be at the greatest risk of exposure to dangerous levels of pollution from wild fires. counties are san francisco, alameda, and contra costa. smoke contains fine particles that can stay in the air for hundreds of miles. >> making visibility tough and air quality tough to breathe. there are parts of the bay area looking like southern california. >> and central california hit hard as well. let's check in with rob in for kari this morning. >> central california seeing the worst of the air quality. air quality warning for the central valley toward bakersfield. around here hazy skies and a cool start as the kids off head to school.
oakland unified and livermore. seeing a few scattereds moving through. a best chance of seeing the activity into the afternoon at least through midday in the east bay and along the south coast there. you can see how the activity continues to go from east to west and then decreasing as it moves into the afternoon. temperatures for later on today not too bad. upper 70s to low 80s. a little below average. mid 60s closer to san francisco. 76 in napa. low 80s toward the tri-valley. another check of the commute and a rough one around san rafael bridge. >> that's right. that's the biggest one this morning. as well as the crash in the tri-valley. i want to mention no problems in the south bay or peninsula. southbound 680 a crash there but not causing any slowing. looking at dublin interchange an easy flow here. yes, look at the richmond san rafael bridge. funneling over to just your three right lanes there. one of them, i believe, is fast
track lane. we're looking a the three left lanes closed. possibly four. a car went into the barrier. we're tracking that back up. back to richmond parkway. >> thank you, mike. up next on "today in the bay" it's also to school for more bay area children! the biggest concern for an east bay district might surprise you. unveiling storm ranger. you're looking at live pictures of our new technology aimed at keeping you safe when a major storm hits. rob breaks it down for us. it'sing up next. new ways to save. and explain something called the barren balance.
getting ready to hit the books in oakland. it's the first day of school for thousands of children. the oakland unified school district is expecting a very busy day. the district superintendent is going to be riding a school bus with students this morning. the district biggest concern is the number of students missing immunization records. new state law requires all students have proper immunizations. oakland unified superintendent will hold a news conference at 3:00 this afternoon. hopefully everyone is caught up.
it's a long labor day holiday weekend. record travel is expected because of huge travel bargains. airline tickets might be cheaper. don't plan on using the frequent plier miles. labor day weekend is considered another black out period. despite that, experts say there's plenty of offers out there. >> affordable air fare and strong hotel market are making advantageous time for travelers to get away. if you plan on hitting the dusty roads. you might like the historically low gas prices. the national average for a gallon of regular $2.16. of course, in the bay area a little higher. gas prices, though, overall remain pretty low. below $3. cheapest gas in oakland about $2.67. hovering around $2.80 in san francisco. new ways to save for californians who may not have a employee retirement plan.
>> the state may offer one. >> yeah. you can set up your own ira now. most people don't. california lawmakers are expected to vote on a bill that would enroll employees who are not covered by an employer-sponsored retirement system into a state-run one. that's 7.5 million people we'ring. companies with five or more employees would be required to offer it. here is the big news. you'd be enrolled automatically and 3% of your paycheck would go into the fund unless you opt-out. mixed week last week for the markets despite the negative numbers. you see on friday's trading. the knack nasdaq notch gains for the eighth week in a row. the first time it's done that in more than six years. mark zuckerberg filed papers to sell more than $90 million worth of facebook stock to give the money to charity. part of his plan to sell or giveaway most of his wealth over the course of his life. facebook set up is special stock structure that will allow zuckerberg to remain in control even if he sells most of the holdings.
a separate issue facebook was featured over the weekend. an potential upside for the stock. sometimes it's called the barn baron's bounce. the east bay innovation awards want your nomination for the best in east bay tech. these are pictures from last year's ward. they very generously allowed me to host this. last year's winner include a company making electrical boxes, and then a company making packaging out of potatoes. they hold potato chips. you can't eat the bag but they're bio degradable! >> it's one of your favorite events. >> absolutely. i learn something every year. big celebrations from our news room this morning. >> it's a new addition to our
team. baby kamora is here. older brother looking on in amazement. kimora weighed 7 pounds and 1 ounce. 20 inches long. kari wants everyone to know her and the baby are doing great. congratulations to the entire hall family! >> very nice. perha we'll have video in the coming week. >> we're coming to visit, kari! >> she's like don't answer the door! >> we hope she's getting sleep. we're planning ahead here. you, rob, are unveiling new technology. mobile radar. >> yeah. game-changer.
getting access to the doppler on wheels. the high definition radar. you see it on the left side of the screen. in action on the right. the mobile doppler radar dome rising up to 12 feet. around the bay area we have some mixed radar sites that sit at mountain top level. as you take a look at the weather map. we'll be able to show you. and the issue is distance is as we go further away from the radar. the scan shoots higher in the sky. you lose some of the accuracy there. the problem with the bay area it's a big radar gap from the tri-valley, the inner east bay across the lower peninsula toward san francisco. put that radar on the ground and now we can fill in the gaps! we can track wind gusts or severe weather or wild fires as we move from point to point. we're excited to have the technology for the first time across the board to a broadcast television network. better radar detail.
seven times faster than the single scan radar we're usually accustomed to seeing. and drizzle, smoke, and rain and strong winds. all those things question track. we'll take you outside in 15 minutes. 50s and 60s outside. a little cool around livermore. a light jacket as the kids head off to the first day of school. high today climbing into the low 80s. here is something a little unusual on the radar. a few scattered showers going from east to west across the bay area. a weakening weather system that tossed a few showers around monterrey and west of san francisco this morning. some thunder. so a little unsettled to start the day. est chance of isolated showers north bay and east bay through the morning. and the activity shuts down heading into the. highs today fairly comfortable. 70s to low 80s across the south bay. mid 60s for san francisco. north bay temperatures in the mid 70s and tri-valley high today in the low 80s. and the temperature trend will be turning a little bit warmer.
upper 60s for san francisco approaching wednesday and across the valley numbers aiming in closer to 90 degrees by wednesday. so isolated showers and forecasted today. some of the summer heat returning midweek. >> yeah. we have the lights and flares here. in richmond the flares are the lights. in is richmond to san rafael westbound 580 funneling folks to the right. it looks like we have the same amount of activity. there may be a traffic shift because a disabled vehicle in the background. backed up to about richmond parkway the approach. look at the map. that's the only real issue around the bay, in fact. that's the slower drive there. approaching bay bridge a smooth drive. the metering lights are on. we're having a problem with the data but we have green on the speed sensors around the. we have live cameras. showing in fremont you see the traffic flows nicely southbound. back to you. >> thank you, mike. coming up next consumer
investigator joins us with a back to school checklist parents might not know about. >> back to school. a lesson for moms and dads that might save you cash and possibly earn you some free money. i'm consumer investigator. nbc bay area responds. next. coming up on a monday on "today." a closer look at the spectacular closing ceremony the 2016 olympics games. and we'll have our exclusive interview with ryan lochte. he opens up and takes responsibility for that incident at a rio gas station. then, the start of a special rossen report series to save you money. this morning, do you need to spe spend a lot to get a great-tasting cup of coffee. a newy with a purpose. one of these guys. you'll meet the newest member of the "today" when we start on a monday morning on "today."
nbc bay area responds to participants sending their kids back to school. check backpacks, pencils, and paper off the list. >> it sounds like the standard operating procedure. chris has three steps to prepare parents to pass the financial test. >> good morning. first, taking pictures of those school supplies you just bought. especially the ones that plug-in. let's face it. theft is common on campus. insurance can bail you out but only if you can back up your
claim. just in case that new laptop, tablet, or smartphone goes missing, snap photos now. get a shot of the serial number. keep copies of the receipts, too. it will go a long way with an adjuster should a bully steal your kids' gear. talk about taxes. you'll likely be asked to make a donation to the school, band, booster organization. keep records. the irs might let you detect your contribution from your taxable income. if a fund-raiser sells you something, like a candy bar, the benefit generally doesn't apply. rethink college savings. once the fog of the first day of class clears, address whether you're saving enough for college. california scholar share program is a great place to start. ask at the office. a new perk at many employers is a workplace 529 plan. some employers are match contributions to your kids' college fund, sort of like 401(k)s for retirement. to learn more, ask hr.
make sure you're not miss out on free money to put the kids through college. if you have a consumer complaint. reach us on the phone or online. call 888-996-tips. or visit nbcbayarea.com/responds. once there click the yellow submits tips form." tomorrow at 6:20 getting $17,000 back from the bank. >> thank you very much. up next on "today in the bay." an update on the investigation into the death of prince. the new discovery about what pills were found inside of the music icon's estate. in san francisco police released new surveillance video of a man who they say bit the finger off a bartender. we'll have the details coming up in a live report.
6:30 a monday morning. we thank you so much for joining us. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> i'm sam brock. kari hall on maternity leave. >> had her baby! a little girl! >> we'll show you baby kimora in a minute. we're seeing something on the radar that is unusual. >> we've got fog, a chance of thunder, mid level instability and temperatures fairly cool in a few spots. good enough for a light jacket sending your kids off to school. mid 50s right now. highs 70s to low 80s. here is the wild card for the weather. check out what is happening off
the coast there west san francisco. scattered showers and thunder showers this morning. some will continue to draift frm east to west. a closer look how long you can expect it to be part of the forecast. a lot of issues on the san rafael bridge. >> that's right. a number of lanes are blocked. i got word we called chp and they said -- look at that. they cleared some lanes. the flares out. we may see the lanes reopen. we'll move over to the side. we had all lanes westbound moved to the right lanes because of a crash into the toll plaza. this is from richmond to san rafael. it looks like cars are eking over there. the bay bridge toll plaza has that back up. all lanes are filled here because the meetering lights are on. that's not bad. a light drive here at the san mateo bridge seeing more traffic. so far peninsula and south bay no delays. back to you. >> it may be a tough one for your morning breakfast.
new this morning gruesome crime in san francisco. police are looking for a man they say bit off a bartender's finger. "today in the bay's" pete suranos live in san francisco. police actually have video of the suspect. >> reporter: yes, we're getting that new video from sfpd. it shows a clear picture of the suspect. the video doesn't show the specific. we can show you some of the video. you can see the video roaming around outside the bar. looks like he's eating something. he gets into a tussle with a friend. we don't know if it was before and after the incident. according to spfd it happened on the 1900 block of lumbar street around 2:15 a.m. the bartender turning away the suspect since the bar closed. the suspect was partying and drinking with friends earlier in the night. lead to a fight between the two. the suspect allegedly hitting the bartender in the face multiple times and allegedly
biting off one of the bartender's fingers. the fingers was eventually amputated. now the suspect described 6'0" hispanic male. 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. of course, if you have any information that can help with the case, contact sfpd. live in san francisco. "today in the bay." thank you very much. a developing story out of the south bay. within the last 90 minutes or so, police confirmed the victims in a late-night double homicide in jose are brothers. that shooting happened about 9:00 last night near the san jose state campus and spartan stadium. the first victim was pronounced dead at the scene. other died at the hospital a short time later. police don't know what might have lead up to the shooting. witnesses say they heard more than a dozen gunshots, possibly as many as 20. then saw a white car speeding away. our own bob redell has been at the scene talking with police. he's going to bring a live update in about 20 minutes. new this morning several
pills found at prince's estate were counterfeit drugs and dangerous. an offici prince died in april of an overdose. the drug was found in prince's minnesota home were inside aspirin and vitamin bottles in duffel bags and in a dressing room. prince did not have a prescription for any controlled substance in minnesota. authorities are still investigating how prince got those drugs. anger boiled over in san francisco recently as protesters hit the streets to speak out against a recent attack outside of the gay bar. earlier this month tommy castallani was ambushed outside a gay karaoke bar. he was beaten so badly he needed surgery. police haven't ruled the attack as a hate crime, the community sees it as an ongoing problem. activates rallied to increase
awareness and encourage members of the gay community to look out for each other. >> there's continuing violence and harassment and bullying of lgbt people in san francisco. >> i want to know why we have to be victims or targets. why are we easy prey? is there not a better solution we could have come to? you know, if they got ton know me, they would see i'm a pretty okay guy. investigators have yet to make any arrests in the attack. 6:35 monday morning. the olympics in rio have come to a close. while the games touched moments will live on forever, so will the ryan lochte scandal. the swimmer got emotional when speaking with "today" show's matt lauer. lochte was apologizing for over exaggerating his tale of being held at gunpoint in rio. here is part that have interview. >> i was embarrassed for myself, my family, especially those guys usa swimming. the whole olympics games.
everyone watching. it's just -- i was immature and i made a stupid mistake. i'm human. i made a mistake. i definitely learned from this. >> you can watch more of lochte's interview with matt lauer coming up this morning on "today." it starts after this newscast at 7:00 a.m. all right. we switch gears now. a little politics and decision 2016. donald trump may be shifting his stance on the key issue this election year regarding immigration. gop presidential nominee met with a group of latino supporters over the weekend and just yesterday his newly minted campaign manager suggested that trump might be reconsidering his pledge to deport nearly 11 million undocumented immigrants. be we need a, quote, fair, and, quote humane way of dealing with what is estimated to be 11 million illegal immigrants. >> kelley anne conway said his
position is to be determined. >> i believe that donald trump's upside is far greater than hillary clinton's upside. >> in a new tv ad, hillary clinton questions trump's temperament. back at home for tirefighte are gearing up to take on a different problem. kris sanchez, the fight is happening while thousands of firefighters are on the front lines fighting flames. >> yeah. you could think it is difficult timing but fortuti tivfortutive they have the state's attention. cal firefighters will spend the little free time they have away from the fire lines marching to the state capitol in sacramento trying to secure more pay for the work they do. according to their union, here is why. the comparison provided by local 2881 a cal fire captain earns up to $5600 a month gross.
no benefits. no retirement there. their workweek is their workweek is 72 hours a week. a captain in one of theest earns up to $8700 gross. no benefits. no retirement there. their workweek is 56 hours. one of the union leaders for cal fire local 2881 writes, quote, "we will not roll over at the expense of the men and women who spend so much time away from their families fighting the fires on the front lines. our brothers and sisters deserve better." they're focussed on negotiations. they say it's not a band aid but a stopping of the bleeding. the negotiations are underas they have peers on the front lines of six major active wild fires across the state. the two of them closest to us are sbran knows fire. it's 60% contained. they're working that actively. to to the north in lake county. that fire is 95% contained. the current cal fire deal is expected expire next summer. there isn't a lot of time to wait until fire season is over before the negotiations can
begin. it's an ongoing process. clearly at a difficult time. we have so many fires burning now. the firefighters will gather at 9:00 this morning for a march on the state capitol at 10:00. >> thank you. the firefighters have been the guardians soft many communities in the last few weeks. appreciate it. >> that's right. we've had fires up-and-down across the state. you see some of the smoke pouring into the bay area as well. let's check in with rob. he's in with kari hall. >> we're seeing smoke and in this case a lot of low clouds and fog. haze across san francisco and the south bay and peninsula. low 60s this morning. north bay at h54 degrees. east of the bay area to the rest of renditionswood. scattered showers moving away. there is the slight chance of an isolated shower including a little bit of thunder earlier
off to the west of san francisco. decreasing through the afternoon and temperatures for today actually slightly average. upper 70s to low 80s in the south bay. san jose 78 degrees. mid 60s for san francisco. and north bay temperatures today in the mid 70s and around the trivalley numbers in the low 80s today. another check of the morning commute. better news in san rafael. >> that's right. live picture behind me. also, we have population for the rest of the lanes except for the second fast track lanes. again at the toll plaza the pickup truck truck went into the ti divider at the fast track lane. the driver has some major injuries. this crash is clearing. except for the one lane. back to your maps. we'll show you traffic flows nicely. we'll end with the maps. a crash at powell over on the shoulder. one earlier at the toll plaza for the bay. the metering lights and the back up. no other problems throughout the south bay. a little slowing on 101 from 680
to oakland. it's light now. look how light the peninsula and crossing over the bridges is. >> everybody sleeping in or what? thanks, mike. coming up next on "today in the bay." a warning for seafood lovers. health officials are telling us to stay away from a shellfish. construction of san francisco apartments on their way up. we'll take a live look at the big board negative this morning. dow industrial losing 76 points. (scal): good day, m'lady!
tracking zika. looks like the virus could stick around for some time in gulf coast states are the most vulnerable. the zika virus could hang around the u.s. for a year or two. states like texas and louisiana could see cases. florida already hard hit. zika has been found in two neighborhoods of miami-dade county. wynwood and miami beach. last week nontravel related infections were found in miami beach. there's a travel warning heading for pregnant women heading to those neighbors. laura, you have a love for rock crabs? people are told not to eat the ones caught out of half-moon bay. this warning is from coming from state public health officials after dangerous levels of acid were discovered there. the warning applies to shellfish. raw crabs found in waters south of pigeon point in san mateo
county and north of cypress point in monterey county. toxics can cause vomiting, diarrhea, and dizziness. here is a novel idea this morning. one way to solve the high price of homes in san francisco. build more. that's happening. >> that's right. apartment construction in the united states in general is hit a 10-year high. rent cafe took a look at construction all over the united states and says san francisco will have added more than 9,000 new apartment units in 2016. san jose is just under 6,000. these are encouraging numbers. take a look at what other american cities are doing. i remembered to include seattle. it's smaller than san francisco. the dow industrial fallings about 70 points. facebook is able to tread water slightly higher. i told you about the baron's
bounce earlier today. new york times columnist points out the obama presidency has been great for the stock markets. in fact, in the eight years of the obama administration, it's been the third best for wall street history behind the clinton years. that was dot com boom. calvin cool age is the all-time record holder. an economist for citibank said november's election could be as bad as a black swan event. that's wall street speak for unexpected events like 9/11 or the housing crisis. citi is careful to not say who would be the black swan. those events are not expected. you know it's coming. you're watching it happen. >> right. it's coming. here is something to note if you drive a hundai or mitsubishi.
hundai and mitsubishi are recalling thousands of cars that increase the risk of crashes. hundai is recalling more than 6400 2013 elanta a could shift out of park. in the meantime, mitsubishi is recalling more than 82,000 vehicles that includes 2015 to 2016 outlander and outlander models. those cars have a problem that can delay acceleration in certain driving conditions. all right. right now rob is going to join us live this morning showing us new technology. brand new to television markets anywhere to help keep the bay area safe. >> it's amazing to see! rob, you're by storm ranger. it's huge! >> it is. here you go. what a doppler on wheels looks like. that's our expand radar in the dome there. it will rise up to about 12 feet high. as you look down, obviously, yeah. doppler on wheels. it can go anywhere throughout the bay area with this radar. it's a real advantage compared
to some mountain top based fixed radar. a lot of mixed mountain top radars. we can track not only severe storms, wind gusts, wild fires, smoke, you name it. we can move around the bay area. if you look at the top of the vehicle, we also have an air max 1500 weather station rated of wind gusts up to 90 miles per hour. not that we want to encounter that. to give you an idea of the heavy duty weather gear on top of the vehicle. we have a live camera that streams for both the inside of the storm ranger cab and inside. we are about to install a 360 panorama camera. you can look live and see everything as we see it in full 360 surround view. all of these as storm ranger is
broadcast live from nbcbayarea.com/weather. a game-changer for us. you're seeing the highlights as storm ranger we look at the features. our chief meteorologist fired up the radar for the first time. distinguishable by the sweeping red radar beam. more active weather moving into the bay area it's tools like this the mobile dollar doppler on wheels we're excited to bring to the bay area for the first time. don't be alarmed if you see this dodge 450 heading down the roadway. it's the way we're redefining weather coverage finish the bay area and beyond across our network of nbc owned and operated television stations. let's talk about today's forecast. it is a little interesting as we have not just some low clouds but a chance sizelat latof isol showers. the mid level connective showers a slight chance a few drifting to the north and east bay. shutting down as we head into the afternoon and evening. high temperatures today a little bit cooler.
we'll see upper 70s to low 80s in the forecast. low to mid 60s around san francisco. the north bay high temperatures 70s to low 80s. tri-valley highs actually about five degrees below average. low 80s for today. notice the seven-day forecast. we begin to see a little bit of a warming around san francisco. highs staying in the 60s. toward the tri-valley numbers approaching 90 degrees. another return of summer-like weather as we approach the middle part of the week. back here live it will be nice to take this guy on the road. chances are when you see storm ranger for the first time may cause some gawk on the freeway. you see a large vehicle heading down the road. mike, i don't know if it's as cool as the google maps cars but we're excited to bring this nbc bay area coverage. >> it's a little bicker th-- bigger than the cars. over here the rest of the bay. a smooth flow of traffic for my speed sensors.
we're looking down here for southbound 680. the build starts for the tri-valley. clearing about 84. a little slowing around 880. that's a very mild for this time. the build is on. the bay bridge toll plaza the metering lights turned on earlier this morning. we have the back up here as well as the approach. just coming out of the maze but not in the maze itself. and that crash cleared at the richmond san rafael bridge. one of the fast track lanes blocked. the rest of the lanes reported open. i note the cash lane is not popular. i think it's not open, either. back to you. >> thank you very much. investigative unit exclusive. many of our state's injured workers say that california's workers' comp is stringing them along. tonight at 11:00 the investigative unit digs into
claims that workers' comp is dragging out medical care. you'll hear from chp officer ryan schneider injured in the line of duty. his doctors requested treatment more than 300 times. some of those treatments were repeatedly denied. >> they take so long to get approved or they just never get approved at all. and it's hard to get better under those circumstances. is officer schneider the exception or the rule here? >> he's the rule. >> some doctors say that injured workers are being denied treatment now more than ever before. we'll tell you why. if you are or a loved one has been hurt on the job with you'll want to catch our full investigation tonight at 11:00. if you have a tip for our investigative unit, give us a call. at 6:52 coming up next on "today in the bay." brothers gunned down. not far from san jose state university campus. live at the scene as police are releasing more details about the victims.
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good monday morning. here are the top stories on nbc bay area. >> a developing story. bob redell has been at the scene of a double homicide. it's not far from the san jose state university spartan stadium. police are confirming the victims are brothers. >> reporter: they are. one in their 20s and one in their 30s. both shot and killed outside a home on south eighth street a couple doors down from where we're at now. happening around 8:45 last night. neighbors believe it was gang related. police confirmed that is, in fact, a possibility. the two suspects pulled up in a vehicled as a white vehicle. they got out and started firing what a source tells us was an ak-47. neighbors heard at least a dozen
shots. possibly as many as 20. one brother skiy e-- died on th scene. the other died later at the hospital. the summits spects escaped. police are looking for them. again, we're about a half mile away from spartan stadium here in san jose where two brothers were gunned down last night. they're still searching for the suspect. they're the 32nd and 33ed had of the year in the city of san jose. last year the people murdered in the city limits was 30. here we are in august and that number has been surpassed. bob redell. "today in the bay." >> thank you very much. a church is in shock after thieves steal a historic relic. it happened last week at st. dominic's catholic church. the parish said someone stole a piece of the true cross.
in a facebook post they wrote the relic has no monetary value, they're praying people involved will return it. here is some good news to share this morning. a new baby. a new addition to our "today in the bay" family! meet baby arekimora. kari hall gave birth to the beautiful baby girl at 7 pounds, 1 ounce, 20 inches long. big brother kj smiling on there. kari wants everyone to know she's doing great. the baby is doing fantastic, as well. the whole family is, in fact. congratulations to them! we can't wait to meet her! our loving arms are ready and open if she needs a break at all. >> yeah. so precious. you're going to be first one cradling kimora. >> i'm waiting for the show to be over! i love babies.
>> bring it on. >> let's show you what is going on outside. a little unusual. a chance of scattered showers out there. look at the radar around the east toward solano county. down around see lee nas we've seen a few morning showers. 50s and 60s and slight risk of an isolated shower through midday. 70s and 80s this afternoon. >> the crash was a big deal at the richmond to san rafael bridge has cleared. look at the south bay so light right now school started last week. we'll see shifts in the morning commute. i didn't expect this. 680 slowing a bit through pleasanton. slow from approaching rich monday parkway to the toll plaza is unusually heavy. the bay bridge is unusually light. >> yeah. for a monday. >> maybe don't ask any questions. just enjoy it. >> yeah. take it in. >> everyone is continuing on
monday morning. that's a nice start. that's happening "today in the bay." >> we're back at 7:25 with a live local news update. we'll see you then. have a great day! good morning. it's good morning. it's a wrap. rio throws a massive party to bring the olympic games to a close. ♪ ♪ five-time medalist simone biles leading team usa after an historic medal haul. another u.s. athlete is still making headlines. ryan lochte opening up in an exclusive interview about that gas station incident he initially described as armed robbery. >> i overexaggerated that story. if i had never done that, we wouldn't be in this mess. >> this morning why lochte and three of his teammates could be facing more disciplinary action. a softer trump? donald trump's new campaign manager suggests he could be walking