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a nearly eight-year project is one of the area's largest reservoirs is complete. this morning a brand-new look at the end result. ♪ everywhere you look >> everywhere you look we are looking inside the "full house" this morning. taking you on a tour. unless you have a pretty penny in your pocket this will be your one chance to see it. "today in the bay" begins right now. bay area real estate at its finest. good morning to you. thanks so much for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> i'm marcus washington. mike will have a look at the commute in a bit. but first out the door with the forecast with kari. >> it looks great today. starting out cool, but will warm up. pretty much like yesterday. it's a repeat before we have changes for the weekend. let's get you out the door with a look at our forecast.
los gatos will start at 54 degrees at 7:00. a few clouds during the morning hours. the sun breaks out, we will be all clear clout the day. temperatures in the low 70s. 78 in san jose. 82 in antioch. san francisco in the mid-60s. over to live view. a point of reference that is the bay bridge. the metering lights are on. things will get jammed up as folks travel toward the city. south 680, the crash with quick recovery. 682, benecia bridge to the walnut creek interchange. the rest of the bay moves nicely. the crash did clear from 237. back to you. all right. thanks, mike. breaking news for you. while you were sleeping, a
teenage driver under arrest for allegedly causing a lot of damage. >> police say the teen's crime spree included carjacking two cars and then crashing into a house. "today in the bay" bob redell in live in castro valley this morning. no one was hurt, remarkably. but now problems remain, bob. >> reporter: laura and marcus, when you consider the damage done to this house at wilson in castro vehicle, it is remarkable that the two elderly women were not hurt. this is video from an hour ago when neighbors were escorting them out. one of the ladies said she was about to go to sleep when the car crashed into the home. physically doing okay. unfortunately it's a matter of finding a place to live since there is no gas or electricity. the suspect is a juvenile. sometime between midnight and 1:00, they carjacked a white van on the 300 block of escondido avenue. alameda county sheriff began
chasing the vehicle after reports that this person might be armed. they crashed into the home, burst the gas line, fled on foot, and carjacked another vehicle a mile away on somerset, castro valley. in the second piece of video, this vehicle was a black car. again, the carjacker did not have much luck getting away. fortunately this time the suspect crashed into a fence on castro valley boulevard near 580. this time caught by law enforcement, taken into custody. remarkably, no reports of injuries during these pursuits and crashes. as far as the gas line that was broken at the house, that has since been turned off by pg&e. so there is no threat of fire or anything ike that. reporting live, bob redell, "today in the bay". all right. that's good. what a waking for those people. thanks, bob. >> 6:03. later this morning, state hazmat teams are supposed to descend on this closed off peninsula home.
it is now off-limits. this is after a discovery of radioactive material. cleaning crews made the discovery yesterday. the home located on cedar street in san carlos was being sold after neighbors say the homeowner died. they found six canisters labeled as radioactive. the canisters are emitting low level radiation and they are taking no chances. in a few hours, protesters will gather at city hall to demand free speech. it comes after several far right controversial political figures are pulled off social media sites like facebook. one is activist laura lumer. she plans to attend today's rally. yesterday facebook announcing accounts violated policies against dangerous individuals and organizations. this morning, construction is finished at calaveras dam. it is crucial to the water
supply of 3 million customers and four bay area counties. here's a look at the structure at the valaveras reservoir. it is interesting showing all that work that went into building it. the $823 million project is the largest dam built in the bay area. it is part of earthquake upgrades that state lawmakers ordered back in 2002. san jose could soon see a building boom not in downtown but in back yards. permit applications for granny units up 400% since the city eased requirements. the nonprofit housing trust silicon valley tells us while units may be small, they could be a big part of the solution to the housing crisis. >> these units can be placed in single-family zoned residential areas where multifamily is not a good fit.
>> they are structuring a resource fair that will cover everything from design, permits, construction as well as financing. the free workshop is saturday in morgan hill. you do have to register. but you do have to register at housingtrustsv.org. 6:06. a part of san francisco many consider part of american hear. the castro could soon be designated as lgbtq cultural district. the historic preservation unanimously backed the designation this week. they will receive more resources and funding from the city. the plan now going towards the -- two of the city's board of supervisors rules committee. okay. so now you have the chance to own some iconic bay area real
estate. i'm talking about the "full house" home where it is up for sale and it's undergone a major renovation. >> and if you have ever wanted to have a look outside, let's just say, you got it, dude. "today in the bay" pete suratos inside one of the best known homes. it's beautiful, pete. >> reporter: it is beautiful. every time you say, you got it, dude, it makes me chug el. reminds me of my childhood. it was listed yesterday for a hefty price tag. we will give you a little bit of a tour. as we walk through the living room area, some beverages over there. that of course we won't look at. the main dining room. this has been listed for $6 million.
they did something pretty cool. they did imprints outside from the cast members. the creator of "full house" and "fuller house" owns the home. the show will be wrapping up on netflix. that's why this is going back on the market. plus, the creator of the show lives in l.a., not san francisco. let's talk about the home a little bit more. 1709 broadwick street. it was listed yesterday. four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms. very big home. it is $5.999 million, guys. here's what the listing agent had to say about selling a home with so much history here in san francisco. >> great iconic home. a lot of fans. we certainly figured that out.
we had a lot of calls. not only locally but all over the world. so that's been really exciting. >> reporter: take you back live out here to the kitchen area. iconic "full house" home. they have received 15 calls on the home already since yesterday. get this, if sold it will be the highest-selling home in lower pac heights history. i believe we have another live report at 6:45. so we can enjoy this iconic home a little bit more, guys. >> i think you have to prequalify to even see the home. >> really? >> yeah. >> that's why you get the sneak peek. >> cut-it-out. >> it looks gorgeous. take a look at the sunrise over healdsburg. it is going to be a great start to the day.
low 40s as you head out the door in napa and in santa rosa. 46 in livermore. 53 in san jose as well as oakland. let's get you out the door if you're heading to the warm springs bart station in fremont, we will see a few clouds to start out the door. low 50s as you step out the door. a quick warmup late morning, into the afternoon. and once again, a beautiful day is ahead. we'll talk about the weekend forecast. mike, you have one crash to note. >> i also noted you busted out oh, milanta. that from "full house". >> there is a crash just popped up west 830 into richmond. there will be slowing so chp can move it to the shoulder.
join nbc bay area wazers as your community. and thank you for that valuable information. back to you. 6:10 for you right now. talk about grit. a lot more than we all realize during this week's billboard music awards. new this hour the emergency surgery we just found out we found out she had just hours before the show. >> numbers on employment, jobs, economy. astonishing stuff. i'll bring it to you coming up. . it )s a question parents ask everyday. and later, when should kids get smartphones? it's a question many parents are asking every day. coming up at 6:25 for you, the pledge moms and dads are taking. you're watching "today in the bay".
happy friday. it is 6:14. we are just seeing a few clouds around the bay area. another nice start. let's head out to fremont. temperatures in the low 50s. we will see the sun peeking out from behind the clouds late morning. all clear as we go through the rest of the day as our temperatures warm up. a nice weekend ahead, but a few changes. i'll talk about that in less than five minutes. lighter flow, including the bay area. might be lighter. folks held up in richmond. the latest on the traffic there.
and very happy friday to you. you know, hard to come up with the kind of language you need to describe the jobs numbers we have got. i used bonkers in the past. i should have saved it until today. if you're under 50 years old, the unemployment rate now is the lowest it's ever been in your hroeufp hroeufplt. 263,000 jobs were added in the month of april. we got this number at 5:30 a.m. it crushed expectations economists call this full employment. shares in beyond meat surged its first day of trading. it makes meat substitutes. go to its website and get a coupon for the grocery store. and free burgers at carl's jr. today. yesterday i told you i thought the candidate for fed governor stephen moore would probably give up his nomination sometime later today.
i was wrong. he quit yesterday afternoon. that means the last four people the that president trump has picked for the fed have not been nominated. herman cain and stephen moore are on the top. ran into trouble for their past treatment of women among other things. and on the bottom, two candidates are policies that worry republicans, even though they are republicans. lang worked at the fed was but was a tough watch dog on banks. probably too tough for some. have you heard of tiktok? it is a hot app among generation z, those younger than millenn l millennia millennials. it combines snap khot with chat. venture capital looking for the next tiktok. >> here's marcus stroud. >> it has more or less set the trend for a lot of consumer applications that are, you know, bursting onto the seen right scene right now. that's why you see so many investors in the valley and across the country looking into this in particular. >> we'll talk to stroud on "press:here" this sunday morning at 9:00 right after "meet the
press". and we'll talk to a woman from security company about all the threats that come across your iphone, including tiktok. >> there's a lot. >> twitter. there's so many. >> some say tiktok is not good for kids. >> it's people posting videos and you're never quite sure what they will be. listen to this one. new, kelly clarkson is redefining the old phrase the show must go on. clarkson underwent surgery just hours after hosting the billboard music awards. doctors removed her appendix yesterday morning. the show aired here on nbc bay area wednesday night. clarkson flew back to los angeles from las vegas for that procedure. she took to twitter, not going to lie. i may or may not have broken
down in tears from the pain. she not only hosted it but was performing. >> when she sings at full voice i think, man, she's going to bust something. it's so powerful. >> dr. mike. >> every morning right here. >> we have great weather as we go into the weekend. hopefully you get out and enjoy. we start out nice and cool outside in tiburon. notice the shallow layer of fog across the bay and the hills there as we look towards san francisco. it is mostly clear, though, inland. and we are going to see a very shallow layer of clouds as well that will give way to sunshine going into the rest of the day. so we start out cool in walnut creek, 52 degrees at 7:00. as we go through late morning,
we'll be in the mid to upper 60s. by noon, we're at 73 degrees. going into the weekend, it will still be warm today but cooling down the next couple of days. check that out already at the bottom of the screen with the seven-day forecast. los gatos, 78 degrees. 80 in morgan hill. it will still be breezy. pittsburg reaching 81. fremont, 78 degrees. we'll see a high of 72 in san mateo. half moon bay stays in the 50s. 62 will be the high in the outer sunset. and the north bay reaching 80 in napa. mill valley seeing a high of 73 degrees. it is such an honor for us, all of us at nbc and comcast to be able to give back to the community. we'll be doing that in san jose tomorrow. and as you make plans for your saturday and all of us, we will have a cool start. temperatures in the upper 50s. a quick warmup. low 70s by noon with sunshine.
nice and sunny the next few days. the area of low pressure will be moving in and bringing in clouds for saturday as well as late sunday. may also be able to squeeze rain out of the clouds. we will have a chance of showers mostly late sunday night, early monday. this should not affect your weekend plans. monday morning, may still be soggy in spots. it clears out the rest of the day. so our temperatures starting up. going down for the weekend. rising again for the middle of next week. mike, you have an update on the crash in san pablo. >> westbound 80 seeing slow drive near san pablo avenue, the off-ramp. and clustering of cars together. you have to go to the side as you approach the exit. reports that the two vehicles are actually in the middle lanes. that's the update. go to your left or the right to get around that scene.
they are actually making things easier at the bay bridge and richmond-san rafael bridge. folks are held up there. that is the only other holdup. we have a crash reported but i don't see any slowing. sit counter commute. south bay shot. san mateo bridge getting over to the peninsula. light traffic here as well as the south bay. back to you. all right. >> thanks, mike. all right. now the day parents everywhere dread, the talk. >> just talking to smartphones. hot topic in every household. kids saying all my friends have phones. new advice for families this morning. togo's fans, the pretzelrami is back,
doing it!!!" these days, kids are using the tactic to beg for a smartphone. today in the bay )s kira klapper joins it's 6:24. if you're a parent you probably heard the argument before, all the other kids have. >> a look at how parents are actually pushing back. parents are now pledging online saying they are going to wait until their kids are in eighth grade to give them mobile technology. it is a tech-free idea that's now going viral. several parents are committing to the idea and implementing the rules at their homes. one mom writes childhood is too
short to waste on a smartphone. i love that. and i would argue adults too. that's a lesson i could use for myself. the realization that kids as young as first and second grade are using smartphones. one mom, brooke shannon, is equipped her three daughters should grow up a little more old-fashioned. the austin, texas mother was worried about cyberbullying and too much screen time on their developing brains. that's why she started this movement. >> it really takes the pressure off for a mom and a dad to not have this daily debate on when their child is going to get the phone. >> some families do need devices to communicate for medical reasons or custody arrangements. she encourages lower-tech options like a flip phone if possible. those can text as well.
at last check, 20,000 families across all 50 states have taken this pledge. this is a look at the group's website which provides information and resources. we posted a link on nbcbayarea.com. it's so funny because i remember getting my first pager, when i was a freshman in high school. not to date myself. which i guess is late. i don't know. i actually don't remember when i got my first cell phone as a junior in high school. i still have the same number. >> it is a concern for parents. >> it is. my kids have one but it is to contact me here. >> i think because they got it it's not a big deal. and they got it because they were calling me during this newscast. they can text me. and they're not up yet. the morning emojis haven't
started. >> that's a good point. maybe by giving it to them, like the candy is forbidden and they want it more. >> i just told marcus that in the commercial break. i have a candy drawer at my house. it's not a big deal. >> i didn't know you said that. >> yeah. >> give them a phone and they won't be as addicted. >> maybe. >> maybe. >> all right. thanks, kira. 6:27. hey, later tonight i'm emceeing this event right here. the african-american community service agency. it is called black leadership matters. the key neat speaker is laz alonso. and janice edwards, bay area personality. she will interview him. a great event to get kids in the an show a area involved and thinking about their future and the endless possibilities they have. i'm going to use my phone to tweet about it and show some of the things happening there. >> sounds good.
6:27. breaking news, a double carjacking overnight. ending in a crash into a house. that's not all. every citizen has the absolute right to learn according to the teachings of their faith and the convictions of their heart. >> the legal fight already under way against the proposal that was announced yesterday. you're watching "today in the bay". ♪ flintstones! meet the flintstones. ♪ ♪ they're the modern stone age family. ♪ ♪ from the town of bedrock. ♪ meet george jetson. ♪
a look at what you can expect as you head out the door this morning. meteorologist kari hall checking the friday and weekend forecast for us. >> we start out with sunshine. nice sunrises around the bay area. this is a look at wood side with the fog banking up against the hills there. as we get started and on the way out the door, palo alto. temperatures will be in the lower 50s and then reaching into the mid-70s as we go throughout the day. so we will get a look at the rest of our weekend forecast in six minutes. mike, you have one important spot to watch. >> watch out for stuff on the roadway. south bay, peninsula, east bay, big spot to watch westbound 80
near the exit. we have a crash reportedly in the middle lanes. folks trying to get by on either side. that will be a compression point. >> thanks, mike. breaking news to tell you about, a live look at this home in castro valley. and you can see that huge hole on the side of the home where police say it happened after an alleged carjacker crashed a car into the home overnight rub suring the gas line. the camera was there when the woman -- or two women who live in the home were evacuated. they were not hurt. following the crash, the juveniles carjacked a second car and soon crash thad car into a fence. officers then managed to arrest the teenage suspect. a live look at san francisco on this friday morning. the city suing the trump administration over a policy that the city attorney says could lead to discrimination in
health care and cost san francisco up to a billion dollars in federal funding. kris sanchez joins us live with the specifics and the other side of the story as well. kris? >> reporter: well, hi there, laura. the san francisco city attorney filed this lawsuit within hours of president trump saying that they were going to start enforcing the conscience rules that have been on the books for years. so the rules themselves are not new. what's new is the enforcpnforce components. this is about allowing citizens to live according to their faith and convictions. >> we finalized new protections of conscience rights for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, teachers, students, and faith-based charities. >> reporter: now, under the new enforcement policy, in order to qualify for the federal funds,
institutions to prove they complied with 25 conscience rules which allowed providers to refuse procedures they object to on moral or religious grounds. they can also refuse to make any referrals for those services and institutions could refuse to pay for them. abortion might be the first thing that comes to mind. it could include birth control, sterilization, hiv treatment, treatment for lgbtq and end of lifecare. san francisco city attorney says the intent of the new rule is clear, it's to prioritize religious beliefs over patient care, thereby undermines access to contraception, abortion, hiv treatment and a host of other medical services. we are not going to let the trump administration to push us back to 1940s health care. that is city attorney dennis herrera. he wants it to be declared unconstitutional. in the time that might take, he
wants a judge to order a stop to prevent this from going into effect which it would do within 60 days if nothing else happens. >> kris, thank you. 6:35. oakland police this weekend will again be adding extra patrols to an effort to monitor sideshow activities. oakland is not the only city getting tough on sideshows. earlier this week, san jose passed an ordnance allowing them to punish sideshow spectators. the return of first fridays in oakland. you can expect live performances, art for sale, and lots of food. it has been postponed the last
three months due to rain. so people will be out there. this is the first time in anyone's memory they had to shut it down three times in a row. >> hey, also waze has finally answered the question, one that many have been asking the past 50 years. that is can you tell me how to get, how to get to sesame street ♪ new york city renamed the street to mark the golden anniversary of the children's tv show. waze did not waste any time. you can get directions, by the way, 63rd between broadway and city park west. we don't believe they can actually locate oscar's garbage can or mr. hooper's store.
crowdsourcing information always updating. over on the right, i phapld out over to sesame street. it takes about 41 hours. a little better than that. if you leave now, you will get there by next weekend. pretty much a straight shot down i-80. >> do a voice. not elmo, though. >> that would not be annoying at all. >> can you imagine elmo? >> as we look westbound 80, this is the one section. eastbound getting to sesame street. westbound to the bay bridge, you're jammed up. big accident. we zoom out. i'll show you the jamup at the scene. crash still in the middle of the roadway. that's causing folks to go into the fast lane or slow lane. that's the jam at richmond, san
pablo. everything else moving smoothly, south bay, peninsula and east bay as well. >> i decided the count would be even better. turn left, ha, ha, ha. >> it will be a great weekend too. we'll have sunshine in the forecast. and you may be kicking it off tonight at oakland's first fridays. it's been a while, hasn't it? if you head out tonight at 5:00, it will be comfortable. low 60s. but bring a jacket because it will be cooling down fast as we go into the evening. and your saturday forecast looks perfect with upper 50s for the coast. 75 inland valleys. a slight chance of rain late sunday evening. most of it during the nighttime hours. high temperatures in the upper 60s for the inland areas.
if you're like me, excited about the kentucky derby, i will celebrate at golden gate field with a gigantic hat on. berkeley, in the low 60s. you can watch here on nbc bay area. cinco de mayo at jack london square from noon to 7:00 p.m. highs that will reach into the mid-60s. and then a mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. heading to the sierra, kirkwood, a chance of showers, thunderstorms by sunday. i think tomorrow will be the best day to get outside with upper 50s. the coast stays cool with half moon bay seeing more clouds. the next couple of days with a high of 55 friday, 57 on sunday. it will be warmer in santa barbara. high there's reaching into the mid-60s with sunshine. we'll talk about what's going on today with our temperature trend. that's coming up in three minutes. >> thanks, kari. >> 6:39 right now. next and new, a pair of
controversies at two california schools. one involves pornography and the newspaper. the profile school leaders will let students see. a different strict. the action parents are taking to oppose new curriculum including lgbtq history lessons. and inside the "full house" house. the iconic san francisco home you will only see on nbc bay area. plus, a move to keep the president off the ballot in california. let's take you out to the big board. amazing job numbers. dow industrial gaining 157 points. you're watching "today in the bay".
heading out to work in the low 50s. a quick warmup will happen by this late morning, we're in the upper 60s early afternoon. 76 at 1:00. we'll get a look at all our microclimates coming up within five minutes. and slowdown of 10 to 15 minutes off carquinas bridge. that's the slow start to the day. a couple slow spots. we'll talk about them all. new details for you this morning. governor newsom is making a big change to a controversial water tunnel project. he is scrapping a $16 billion plan for two giant tunnels. instead, new some wants to build a single tunnel with a different design and lower price. you may rl he reversed course on the original
high-speed rail plan. instead, he's trying to link los angeles to the bay area. new some is focusing on finishing the line currently on construction. 6:43. students at one central valley high school will find an unusual and controversial story in the newest edition of the school paper. she talks about her work in the pornography business. the new edition will be distributed this morning. the paper contains a profile on a student who is working in the adult entertainment industry. the teacher who advises the students say she was in a battle with the district after leaders demanded to approve that article first. >> new for you this morning, hundreds of kids in rocky land won't be going to school because 600 parents are keeping them at home after a controversial new curriculum. it will include textbooks that identify historic figures that
are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender at elementary school. there was a 3-2 vote approved wednesday. several parents are outraged. >> you have now taken away my right to have that conversation in my home and a teacher is defining it. >> the school district leaders say they are listening to what parents have to say and that the educator's goal is to be inclusive. 6:45 for you right now. and president trump is calling for bipartisan ship this morning. he says it's time to get back to work. >> can it happen? >> that's the big question. we saw the democratic leadership meet with the president to discuss an infrastructure bill. the president made that appeal for bipartisan ship in tweets saying republicans and democrats must come together for the good of the american people. he just tweeted about the really, really good jobs numbers
as well. the unemployment rate fell to 3.6%. if you're under 50 years old, right now is the lowest the unemployment rate has been in your entire life. over at the capitol, an angry house of representatives after trump's attorney general and top defender bill barr didn't show up to yesterday's hearing. barr objects to a plan to allow congressional staff lawyers to ask him questions. white house press secretary sarah sanders made fun of the idea asking why they were e not smart enough to ask their own questions. but questions from staff from hired lawyers are not new. it happened in whitewater, iran contra and the kavanaugh hearings when republicans brought in an outside lawyer to ask all the questions. a stunt by a congressman who brought in a ceramic chicken to the meeting and ate fried chicken to make fun of barr's
reluctance to show. the state senate passed a bill that requires candidates for president to release their taxes, something president trump has been unwilling to do. other states are working on a similar bill. not the first time for california. governor jerry brown vetoed the same bill back in 2017 when he was governor. and i should point out we can't find any record of jerry brown releasing any taxes when he ran for his most recent term or, for that matter, when he ran for president in the early '90s. follow me on twitter@scottmcgrew. 6:47. you have your chance to own some iconic bay area real estate. the "full house" home is up for sale and it's undergone a major renovation. this morning "today in the bay" is giving you a live look inside. pete suratos joins us with more on the house that could become the most expensive residential property sold in that neighborhood in pacific heights.
>> reporter: that's right. good morning to you, laura and marcus. i crunched numbers on this. it's about $6 million. i don't think i'll be able to afford it. but someone will. the iconic "full house" house. you can see in this living room area, this is just a part of the home that we're talking about. the iconic home, the "full house" home. and as we are showing you this area, for those who are wondering is there an element of "full house", in the backyard we have imprints of the cast of "full house" they put there when they were doing promo tours. this is more of the home. it is 1709. the owner is creator of "full house". he lives in l.a. that's why he is putting this on the market. as far as what we have here, 3,728 square foot. four bedrooms. 3 1/2 bathrooms. and it's just under $6 million.
the number is $5.999 million. now, they have received about 15 calls on the property so far as i run in here to the living room area. they are getting some interest. if so, they will be the highest-selling home in the lower pac heights area of san francisco. we'll send it back to you guys in the newsroom. >> if you buy it, you have to get used to a lot of people on your stoop taking pictures. get off my porch! everywhere you look. >> pete, you can afford that. check your numbers again. >> reporter: i will crunch the numbers one more time. >> or hide in the bedroom upstairs. thanks, pete. all right. so like we were talking about, a lot of people always hanging out outside there. it will be good weather today. >> especially the park across the street. i forget the name of it right now. it's slipping my mind. >> oh, where they have the
picnic. >> right. so a lot of people will be there this weekend. we have beautiful weather. changes headed our way for the weekend. let's get outside this morning. that's a live look at san francisco. we have seen some clouds kind of rolling by at times. there is a bird flying by. let's get out the door this morning in the south bay, san jose, we'll see some of the clouds. temperatures starting out in the low 50s. and going throughout the day, it will be in the upper 60s at 11:00. as the kids head out for recess. skies will be clearing. another gorgeous day. highs in the upper 70s in the south bay. staying cool with clouds at half moon bay. high of 58 degrees. san francisco reaches 65. 80 in napa. 70 today in oakland. check out the seven-day forecast. at the bottom of the screen, as we make weekend plans, maybe you'll want to check out the alla la carte and art festival.
low 60s, then reaching into the low 70s the middle of the day. and so we've had dry, quiet weather for quite a while. but as we look out there what's happening in the pacific, we can see the swirls of clouds and an area of low pressure that will be moving closer as the high pressure moves out of the way. as it moves into the bay area, expect more cloudiness, epilate saturday into sunday. and then by late sunday night, showers moving by. the bulk of the storm system staying to our south. we will have a chance of waking up to rain on monday morning. most of it clearing out, going into monday afternoon. so our seven-day forecast still looks great for your weekend plans. up to 80 degrees inland. 75 tomorrow. cooler, breezy, more clouds on sunday. a chance of showers on monday morning. drying out and were whatting up for next week. mike, you have a new crash popping up? >> it did. it popped up during your report.
i see we will have to see if we have slick roadway conditions on monday. this crash popped up. northbound 880. a little bit of slowing approaching 92. the crash currently reports one vehicle in the middle of the freeway. that's why i'm concerned. there could be a secondary crash. we'll track that closely and another accident in a few. it may take a few seconds to get to the shoulder. mild slowing there. biggest slowdown improving for west 80, west portal. judging by the speed sensors, traffic will start to build toward the toll plaza. five to seven-minute delay in towards richmond san pablo. it will affect folks out of the maze. a nice, smooth drive. the fastrak lanes here.
chp writing a love note to this person over here. back to you. >> very creative way to get a ticket. >> 6:53. happening now, the death toll in new zealand mosque shootings seven weeks ago is sadly rising. a turkish man injured in the shooting just passed away. the turkish president showed clips at his campaign rally to announce hatred toward islam. if you're just joining us, we are still covering breaking news that started 1:00. a double carjacking and crash into a home in the east bay. what we know about the suspect's age. back in two minutes. 6:53. you're watching "today in the ba
here are the top stories on today in th welcome back on this friday morning. before you head out the door, if that's where you're headed, the top stories on "today in the bay". >> breaking news to tell you about this morning. a live look at this home in castro valley. you can see right there that huge hole in the home. it happened after a teenage carjacker crashed the car into the home overnight, rupturing the gas line. our camera crew was there. the women in the home were evacuated. luckily, they were not hurt. following that crash, the juvenile carjacked a second car and soon crashed that car into a fence. officers managed to arrest the teenage suspect. new this morning,
unemployment in the u.s. is at the lowest it's been in half a centu century. according to a new jobs report the economy added 263,000 jobs last month. the labor department says the unemployment rate fell to 3.6%. that's the lowest since 1969. tens of thousands of jobs were added in business services, construction, and health care. this morning construction is finished at the calaveras dam. the water supplies 3 million customers in four bay area counties. this is a look at the completed 220-foot-high structure at the reservoir. it is close to the alameda santa clara county line. a look at this time lapse video showing all the work that went into building it. the $823 million project is the largest dam built in the bay area in nearly 20 years. it is also part of earthquake upgrades that state lawmakers ordered back in 2002. a live look at san francisco. in just a few hours, protesters plan to gather at city hall to
demand free speech. today's demonstration comes after several far right controversial political figures are pulled off social media sites like facebook. one of them activist laura lumer who has already been banned from twitter. facebook announcing some accounts violated policies against dangerous individuals and organizations. nbc's miguel almaguer will have much more on this story, including more reaction on those today on the "today" show just minutes away. what are you doing this weekend? the sharks are heading back to san jose in colorado in the stanley cup playoffs. avalanche 3-0. tomorrow night's game at s.a.p. the warriors in houston. these are pictures of the team catching a flight in oakland. game three against the rockets tomorrow at 5:30. warriors lead the series, 2-0.
another look at the forecast for us as we slide into the weekend. >> it should be warm today for the inland areas. but cooling down this weekend, more clouds and breezy winds. we go from 80 today, upper 60s by sunday. there will be showers to start out late sunday night, the first part of next week. but then we see things clearing out and warming up by next thursday. back up to 80 degrees again. more info on the crash in hayward. >> yeah. we were tracking this. slowing down the nimitz. lighter volume around the bay. but we had this crash that popped up in the last 15 minutes, north 880, shy of 92. crash in the middle lane just got pushed over to the shoulder. that's better news. we should have a better flow of traffic. richmond, san pablo, all clear there. >> that's what's happening in "today in the bay". back with a live local news update. >> and midday newscast at 11:00.
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