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with love, california. ad lib live picture of welcome to thursday morning. taking a live look outside looking over the city of san jose. nice start. look at the lights on. anybody else out there? >> we are. >> we are. we're here. good morning to you. thanks so much for jeong us. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. we have more on breaking news coming in to you but we'll get to that in a bit. first i want to talk about that weather. >> it's going to be another pleasant day. clear skies, wednesdays are calm. look at san francisco right now, not a cloud in sight. no fog at all. in fact, this is setting us up for the drying trend already under way. by drying i mean several days of dry weather with no rain in sight. san jose trend as you're heading
out the door. we are chilly, 30s and 40s. take a look at 9:00 a.m., still in the 40s. a cool morning to start. eventually we'll move spot seasonal temperatures, not just san jose but the entire bay area. we're talking 60s. i'll write down how long the sunshine will last. when our warmest temperatures are expected. we're talking 70s out here. more details on that but first a check of the roads with mike. >> overall everything is looking great as you can imagine. 4:31, early in the commute. over here where the early commute shows the slowing, or almost always, we have a little less slowing. speeds are better off the merge with 205 and 580. as you approach grant line road, an earlier crash left glass debris in the roadway. that will be an issue across lanes. a sweeper crew, but going from orange to yellow. no other problems for coco coordinator or the bridge. a potential game changer 2020 race for president, beto
o'rourke is throwing his hat spot ring. he posted his announcement 90 minutes ago on social media. >> i'm running to serve as you the next president of the united states of america. this is a defining moment of truth for this cup and for every single one of us. the challenges we face, interconnected problems in economy, climate have never been greater. >> o'rourke is a former common who last year rarely lost to ted cruz in a texas senate state. his run was a big success in a state that was mostly red. last week he held a counter rally on the same night trump was touting his border wall. he's trending in double percentage. happening today undocumented transient accused of murder that shocked will be charged monday. carlos has been accused of
stabbing bambi to death in her south bay home. investigators say he's been convictsed of numerous crimes and even stalked larson before the killing. it sparked sanctuary cities. i.c.e. tried to deport him but each case they did not cooperate. still many questions following a deadly deputy disclosed shooting in alameda county. it started with the theft of a thrift shop in san leandrleandr. an suv drove at a deputy. the deputy fired at the vehicle killing the man and someone inside. the woman hurt is at las >> fireworks. like fireworks. >> were you scared? there, the
a dog also inside the vehicle at the time was not hurt. the deputies involved also were not seriously hurt. a number of people in san jose's willow glen neighborhood are outraged a homeless encampment could move in. we told you about hope village that houses the homeless. >> the time is running out. for prosecute san jose's willow glen. >> reporter: fiery exchanges at willow glen over a homeless encampment called hope village that might be moving near their home. >> they have land to put up that's not in the middle of family atmosphere. >> the current hope village on rough drive, 17 people live in a secured area that provides tents, access to bathrooms, showers and meals. much better than what kelly endured on the streets.
>> i understand some people don't want them in the neighborhood. noisy, not all bad. we have quiet time after 10:00. to the airport.structured 30th. the faa said it's not zoned for residential. the new site off 87. the councilmember suggested the location near the home. >> everyone wants sanitation, i want to make sure it's successful. >> some hope officials find a different site. >> i think attract people who don't have good intentions, the homeless people that are on drugs, the people that are thieves, the people that mean to do harm. >> city and county leaders would have it approve the move in the today in the bay." 4:35 right now. today is the final day for teachers in sanol to vote on a
and creates new caps on class sizes. pe w5% raise. >> 4:36. new this morning dmv telling lawmakers to prepare for a summer surge as the public realize they need that real id by 2020. the dmv says it could be a major problem with 10% of drivers in the state receiving their real ids as of january 18. there's also fear of not meeting demand for those ids. the agency currently issues between 300 to 400,000 cars a month. expect the number to jump in the near future to 500 to 600,000. the new lines could become the norm as we approach the real id lucky personallecrene my licens yeah, i mean i guess i feel fortunate i don't have to wait until september to get that done. >> i think it's going to be a lot of pressure on the dmv.
look at the line today. i was here yesterday and left. look at the line y.ed, it's fine. just knowing what to do. there's a certain system at the dmv. if you understand how it works, it can be painless. >> lawmakers want the dmv to accommodate the surge with more workers and better technology. you'll need to have the real id card by october of 2020 if you plan to board airplanes or enter federal facilities unless you have a passport. have you ever had trouble breathing because of the wildfire smoke? in a few hiers they plan to discuss the impact of smoke of wildfires on the pay area. the fires are now becoming a yearly round conc wildfires. the meeti san francisco at 9:30. coming up up next on "today in the bay," prepare for delays or cancellations. the backlog created because of bo pnes being grounded. >> tesla ready to unveil its newest model.
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737 max planes following the second deadly crash involving the aircraft in the past six months. airlines will have to move unused planes out of service to replace the grounded jet. but the fallout could be limited as there were only 350 max 8 in service worldwide. united and american airlines don't expect a significant impact. southwest operated 34 max 8 jets says passengers can re-book on alternate flights without having to pay the fare differential. elon musk settesltis latest a com called model y days after tesla cut the model the fastest growing in the u.s. buyers. and china, top two auto markets. leslie and laura garcia. >> thank you. coming up next on "today in the bay." checking the forecast. >> we have clear conditions. 41 in san jose.
wind speeds are calm but these clear skies are making us a little chilly. don't worry, we're tracking seasonal temperatures. i'll break down the sunny forecast and what you can expect into the weekend coming up. not sunny yet, obviously, but still calmer. this oakland camera shook. today steady and so is the traffic flow. we'll show you what i'm watching on pott sides of the bay america
have been waiting for. it's pi day, the unofficial holiday named for the math constant. offering deals on pie in celebration, pizza and otherwise. to see the future list go to nbcbayarea.com. >> you know what, laura, the exploratorium in san francisco is celebrating pi day. the earliest1988. you can pay what you want to get in. just a side note here, today is also albert einstein's birthday. >> there you go. >> reason to eat pie as well. >> trying to memorize as many digits in pi as you can. >> very cool. good luck. >> how far did she gets? >> nine. >> we need more girls in s.t.e.m. >> there you go. >> absolutely. it's going to be a great day to eat your pie as well.
sunny and ready for spring to roll in. temperatures will be showcasing that way. look how cool in dublin. 39. we can all thank that to the clear skies. we don't have that warm blanket of cloudsokay. clear skies making way for sunny ahead. 39 dublin and 40s in san jose as well. 41 degrees. not quite in the 30s but still a little cool out there. wind speeds, look at that, very calm compared to what we've seen the past few days.ittle breezy e again, wind speeds remain calm through the coast. 49 in san francisco. doppler radar quiet for us. no cloud cover in sight. we're not worried about the fog. that is going to set us up for a bit of a drying and sunny pattern ahead. let's take a look at microclimate highs in the south bay. san jose 65 degrees. east san jose 67 in through the east bay 62 degrees for pittsburgh, concord 66.
martinez 61. peninsula, upper 50s, low 60s. 61 in san mateo. the city, upper 50s, low 60s. the north bay, sticking to mid-60s, low 60s for the most part. santa rosa at 65 degrees. comfortable, seasonal weather ahead. let's look at the next couple of days. the next two ud a, sun. any rain forming staying off to the north. the weekend, more sun and warmest temperatures are expected sunday into ringing those warm temperatures ahead. so let's look at the next seven days. you know which of those days will be the warmest. saturday, 66 degrees. again, we're going to start to notice an increase in cloud cover tonight and into tomorrow but don't worry it's going to be a mix of sun and clouds. by saturday and sunday for st. patrick's day, our temperatures will climb into the upper 60s, maybe even some low 70s in through san francisco with our warmest day expected to be on
monday. setting up right now is a possible system that now looks like the models are actually showing it moving in late tuesday into wednesday. so yesterday we saw that kind of creeping in on tuesday, now looking like it's going to be a system that's fog to move later on in the night. sunday for st. patrick's day, inland temperatures, 73. our warmest day will be on monday at 74 degrees. it's going to be a lovely weekend to enjoy the outdoors. mike, how are theothing major, . i do have a slowing that popped up. southern slowing for the peninsula, southbound 280 around page miller road. reports of a vehicle that went off the roadway and hit a tree on the side of the roadway. that was enough distraction to kick off some early slowing. it's now starting to sort itself out. people slow down. chp should be there in a second. we'll track that. so far that's the one section of southbound 280 that's slow. the rest of the bay looking
good. behind me over here out of the altamont, earlier crash leaves debris. a pocket here you might notice the blue and the green. that's usually fog and rain. we're talking about that. that was unusual. ask vianey about that. some fog that traveled overnight. it might be a late sensor read. no major problem by chp. i guess that's the good news. looking over here tort b.a.r.t., officially 5:00 a.m. start, three trains starting to roll. things look like there's no tla there -- delay there. perhaps a tiny bit of closure for nanette mcelhenney dealing with deadly violence no one should have to endure. earlier this week she and her husband made a plea on the uk campus, the location where her son was shot and killed in a robbery. he was weeks from graduating. her grandson died in a shooting
in 2015. this was in west oakland. in that case, jurors yesterday convicted the shooter on first degree murder and robbery charges. mcelhenney's grandson was 17 years old when he died. >> 4:50 right now. a murder suspect in the east bay right now waking up in jail this morning. the man that you see there on the left, that's rolando opinot. a family member taken into custody. he's accused of killing his roommate back in july. investigators have been looking for him every since. they tracked him down in oakland on monday. police disputing the report by aclu that it is giving information to i.c.e. database. according to mercury news, the department is among 80 named in part of a nationwide report. vigilant solutions makes automatic license plate leaders. that company's ties with i.c.e. we veerevealed city said
information and isonrned names.trust. the post included accusations involving the late public defender's family. according to the chronicle, they said he crossed the line. he tied last month. foul play has been ruled out. supporters of capital punishment are stunned with governor newsom's order to halt death row executions. that includes the father of a daughter kidnapped from her home and brutally murdered. her killer, richard allen davis remains on death row. he says he's disappointed when the governor told him tuesday about the decision. >> he turned his back on the injurie juries, he turned his pack on the law, he turned his back on the will of the people. >> not long after the governor
signed moratorium on executions, the staff dismantled the death chamber at san quentin. google is gobbl of dow mercury news theoury rigt there mnalstreet. the site is expected to become part of google's planned transit village. they plan to build office buildings for 20,000 of employees, homes, shops, restaurants, hotels and parks also part of that proposed development. the former woodside home of late san francisco giants legend willie mccovey is now off the market. that house was sold for $4.2 million. mccovey purchased that home for just under $39,000. every room of the home has a bay view. mccovey died at 80 following battles with ongoing health issues. 4:53. coming up on nbc area "today in the bay," nbc responds.
>> she buys into solar but says the installer isn't i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. nbc bay area responds next. happening now at 4:53, the last great race has a new champion. alaska's over after nine days on the trail. he's getting cash and a new 2019 ram track. to simone, i l son, the wine collecti.
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to preserve and protect them. with love, california. dublin woman who says a solar panel installer left her in the 4:56, nbc bay area responds to a woman who says solar panel installer left her in the dark. >> she asked chris chmura to shed light on the situation. >> reporter: good morning. we received 120 solar complaints
since 2016 about various companies and various issues. she wrote recently to say her rooftop system wasn't generating as much power as expected. she asked a company to send a tech to inspector the panels but she got no response so she turned to us. we contacted thet get back to u but it did accepted a crew to the house. she said they replaced nearly the entire system free of charge. she said if she paid for that herself, it would be have cost her $30,215. if you're considering getting solar, get everything in writing. your price, your warranty, and ideally a guarantee of how much power the system will produce. also, your recourse if any of that falls short. got a problem with solar panels or any other issue, call us any time. 888-996-tips or only at nbcbayarea.com/responds. 4:57.
coming up next on "today in the bay," a check of that morning forecast. clearstart out. 37 in dublin. i'll talk about our warmest tips on the way and you don't want t it. details coming up. >> want to hear this, moving smoothly, just getting started for the commute. parking lot in the foreground for b.a.r.t. at walnut creek just getting started. we've got your full commute report coming up. you're watching "today in the bay."
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i'm running to serve you as the next president of the united states of america. >> rit now at 5:00, breaking news, texas congressman beto o'rourke betting on 2020 as he officially announces his bid for the white house. his promises he's making this morning. >> plus all new this morning, facebook under criminal probe. why the social media giant's relationship with the likes of amazon and apple are coming under scrutiny. a live report moments away. >> temperatures flair after news establish a homeless village could move to a san jose neighborhood. the reason the village has to move in the first place. "today in the bay" starts right now. a very good morning to you, thursday morning already. thanks for joining us early. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. mike is going to have a look at the commute in a bit but vianey in for kari hall this morning. look at that, another nice forecast for us. >> another nice forecast. we'll have a couple of days of these. here is a look at what to expect