tv Today in the Bay NBC July 19, 2019 4:30am-5:00am PDT
it's finally friday morning. a nice look downtown san jose. lights glistening, still, wait aring for the sun's arrival. good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm laura garcia. >> and i'm scott mcgrew. marcus washington has the week off and we have the weekend off so let's get to it, shall we? >> it's going to be a nice one but a little bit warmer as we get a live look in san jose and head over to cupertino for our temperature trend. we'll be in the lower 60s this morning. a lot of sunshine and some upper 70s. not bad there, as we check out our south bay high temperatures staying nice and mild today with some low to mid 80s. we'll get a look ahead to the weekend forecast and mike,
you're starting out in richmond. >> i am, kari, the toll plaza for the richmond-san rafael bridge, behind me some flashing lights, the reflection or refraction of the light indicates there's still a has s forth. there was slowing westbound. eastbound there was a traffic break so they are moving crews through the area, slowly moving across the bridge, not much of a disturbance. keep that in mind, the only spot we're watching right now. back to you. we are watching breaking news, overnight standoff. >> "today in the bay's" kris sanchez live in milpitas with what she knows. good morning. >> reporter: good mog. into custody after all of this. look at the mess here at this apartment building in milpitas. that is the result of a flash bang grenade being thrown through the window into that apartment near north temple
drive that was just about an hour ago. this started after 11:30 last night when a woman was attacked with a large knife just down the street from here in front of an apartment building on calaveras boulevard. when officers arrived to question him, he refused to come out. officers evacuated all of the other people who live in that building, and tried to negotiate with him for hours and that's the sound that you hear there in the video. eventually s.w.a.t. officers had to go in and get him. >> after four hours, we were able to finally make contact with him through a window at the apartment. he refused to safely take him into custody. >> reporter: the woman who was attacked is going to be okay. she has thi? is being question and it does not seem the two knew each other. officers are still on scene in
milpitas processing the scene, trying to figure out what happened and why that woman was attacked and what the connection is between that man and that woman, though at this point, they say there doesn't appear to be one. we'll keep asking questions in milpitas. i'm kris sanchez, "today in the bay." new overnight, lots of police activity in contra costa county, this is video just in to our newsroom showing several streets shut town in bay point on riverside drive north of highway 4. it seems to be an investigation into a death. we reached out to contra costa county sheriff's department and waiting for more information. livermore police released more photos of a suspect, 21-year-old who are shea luis tejas accused of shooting and killing 16-year-old manuel mosbey out in front of a taco bell. investigators believe the two had a past history. livermore police are working
with other agencies to try to track down the suspect. >> we appreciate the help we've received from the public and all the tips we get are a direct result of what we put out on social media. >> family members say mosbey was an aspiring rapper and standout football player at livermore high school. 4:34. san mateo county deputies mourning the death of a correctional officer who died this week while on vacation. a.j. arquesa drowned tuesday. he was an iraq war veteran as well, had twochildren. he was just 34 years old. happening today, peru's former president now staring down extradition, will appear in a san francisco couroou. marsha alejandro toledo into custody. he's tied to a massive corruption ring that's already brought down many former took $ from bribes while in office. toledo is living in northern california and briefly studied
at stanford. he'll be in court today asking for bail, while his extradition case plays out. continuing coverage of a high-profile case involving a bay area freelance journalist targeted in a police raid. the judge in the case says a warrant should never have been issued, a search warrant. sfpd raided brian carmody's office in may, they were investigating a police report in the death of jeff adachi. the same judge who issued the warrant said police cannot use evidence collected from carmody's cell phone. journalists and their materials like notes have special protection under the law. the judge says police never told her carmody was a journalist when they asked her to snrran it's 4:35. a new attempt to expand transit options in eastern contra costa county. "east bay times" says transportation leaders are gree at establishing more connections
between antioch and brentwood. it's funded by a $755,000 state grant. the county's transit authority will look at how to improve connections to capital corridor and ace rail service a long with a proposed ferry service between antioch and martinez. bob redell will have a full report coming up in our next hour. people on the peninsula are being warned about a mountain lion on the prowl. belmont police say someone saw the cat near a backyard in the belburn drive, in another recent sighting two weeks ago a home security video in san mateo caught the big cat strolling by the sidewalk. a furry visitor wandered into the south lake tahoe city hall this week, these were snapped by a local resident. the sliding doors like the rest of us. no word if there was any damage. >> wow. coming up on "today in the
bay," the cost of grounding those 737 max planes. up next, how much boeing is expected to lose this quarter. plus, we told you about this yesterday. chevy releasing a brand new redesigned corvette. we've got video of the hot car. take a look for yourself. it's all coming up next. and we'll take you out to the bay bridge toll plaza. mike is keeping an eye on traffic, as you head to work, one more time, on this friday.
headquarters. here are today's top business headlines. wall street is said to open up in the green this morning. investors are keying in on comments from a top official at the federal reserve. in a speech yesterday, he said the fed should "act quickly to tackle any signs of a slowtown in the economy." the markets taking that to mean the fed will be aggressive cutting interest rates starting with the meeting later this month. the spokesperson for the fed saying the speech was purely academic and a signal what the fed is likely to do. boeing will take a massive charge of nearly $5. on its of the 737 max. th payments to airlines who canceled thousands of flights since march and delayed delivery of the planes. boeing is scheduled to report earnings results next week. it's unclear when the planes will fly again. the boeing projects the max to return to service by the end of next year. general motors unveiling a redesigned cor jet, a splashy
tribute to the iconic sportscar as gm is facing mounting pressure in a sluggish sales environme environment. the c8 has a v8 engine with 495 horsepower and dual clutch, it can go from zero to 60 in under three seconds. gm says the starting price will be less than 60 grand. the previous version of the corvette has sold more than 100,000 units in the u.s. since 2013. looks pretty good to me. back over to you. >> i'll pretend i know what dual clutch even means. >> come on! >> it's a guy thing, dual clutch, laura, it's got two clutches, it's got four pedals, brake, gas, two clutch -- good thing. have a great weekend, frank. >> we'll leave it at that. >> that's how it works. it's got horsepower as well. >> you drive a stick? >> i do, actually. coming up on "today in the bay," your friday forecast with kari hall. >> starts out with a few low clouds in walnut creek, as you get ready to head out the door. our temperatures in the low 60s, and another beautiful day ahead.
warmer. you're looking at walnut creek this morning. welcome back. >> i love that. you make it sound like we all carpool together. >> don't we? that would be awesome. >> zipping across the bay area. >> in scooby-doo van. that's how it works. with double clutch. >> yeah. >> you could be daphne i guess i'm thelma. >> i prefer to ride in the new corvette. >> fair enough. >> monday morning commute. we're starting out this morning getting ready for a great weekend. here is a live look outside in san francisco, all clear for you this morning, and it was foggy throughout the day yesterday. i think we'll see a lot more in the way of clear skies, even into this afternoon. so as we get a look at our hour-by-hour forecast, this shows where the fog will be, staying well off the coast, and our temperatures right now at 60 degrees in san jose and we have a 63-degree temperature now in oakland. 55 in santa rosa and most of us in the mid to upper -- mid-50s
to lower 60s and so our temperatures starting out the door in antioch for your morning drive will be at about 59 degrees, if you're leaving at 6:00, and we'll see it slowly warming up today at 11:00, we're at 72. eventually reaching the mid 80s in the south bay, with downtown san jose reaching 84 degrees. we'll have breezy westerly winds and as we check out the east bay, we'll be up to 84 in concord, while oakland today tops out at 72. half moon bay reaching 65 degrees and 81 in palo alto. san francisco in the 60s today and breezy winds at about 15 to 20 miles per hour. wide range in temperatures from the north bay anywhere from 62 in point reyes to 90 in ukiah today. if you're heading out and making weekend plans, come see me at the giants game later this evening. i'll be handing out some free ice cream from 4:00 to 7:00 at lefty o'dhoul's plaza.
first pitch at 7:00. a cool evening, a great weekend ahead but slightly warmer for the inland valleys reaching into the upper 80s and we'll see more of the same going into next week. san francisco some mid-60s today and i think we'll see a lot more sunshine. mike you were checking on a bus problem. >> green sensors at the limit, probably above for some folks zipping around right now but not this one bus reported in the chp report as an ac transit bus but likely off duty because there are no delays reported or stranded passengers, west 580 at the split with 238. it's over on the right shoulder, but it has that orange triangle out indicating it needs help and ac transit has their own crew to head out there but no slowing just yet. we'll track that because it is out there and we may see an early slowdown there. so far no, problem for the
sensors though and nice drive contra costa county. there is the walnut creek interchange. brentwo brentwood, vasco to 580 moving smoothly. the bay bridge, and the richmond-san rafael bridge. see the flashing lights, there's still something going on near the toll plaza but the toll plaza is open toward san rafael. back to you. >> thanks so much, mike. 4:48 right now. 50 years ago tomorrow man first set foot on the man. cape canaveral and houston weren't the only places that played a role. >> it also included the mt. hamilton observatory. "today in the bay's" bob redell lasers in on the story. ♪ >> reporter: 50 years ago, can't believe it's been that long, two american astronauts touched down on the lunar surface to become the first men on the moon. hmm.
bounce back laser light signals from locations on earth, including the bay area. one of the first lasers to shoot at the moon was attached to the shane 120 inch telescope at the lick observatory atop mt. hamilton. scientists wanted a better understanding of the relationship with our celestial cousin >> it would come to that beam. >> reporter: during the first firing july 20th, 1969, the scientists were off target. nasa gave them the wrong coordinates. >> it does depend where you're standing on the earth, and they used a catalogue coordinate for the observatory that's over in the parking lot of our visitor center. we're about 1700 feet east of that. >> reporter: several days later on august 1st, the shane laser finally got a direct hit. the photon's 478,000 mile round trip to the moon and back took
toughly two and a half seconds. scientists in california suspected they weren't alone, that an unauthorized third party was trying to laser in on their reflectors. they later learned it was the russians. >> they didn't actually know precisely the distance between the soviet union and the u.s., and by using the lunar ranging, they could actually fine tune some of these numbers. >> reporter: and that's obviously has missile applications. >> that -- yes. >> reporter: the lunar laser ranging experiment the astronauts placed five decades ago is still ongoing and since proven that geo location works and helped us understand tectonic plate movement on earth and given us insight to what our friend in the sky is made of. at the lick observatory, bob redell, "today in the bay." >> interesting and a fun way to tell us, too. today the "uss hornet" is holding a sleeper event. customer also spend the night on the flight deck. >> chief meteorologist jeff ranieri will forecast live from
that deck. >> and don't forget to tune in to "bay area revelations: exploring space" tomorrow at 8:00, takes a closer look at the moon landing. this one will be particularly great. coming up next on "today in the bay," "nbc bay area responds." >> billing errors, broken solar panels and free ice cream.we go. i'm consumer investigator chris chmura. "nbc bay area responds," next. but first, happening now, a child is recovering in an illinois hospital after two carnival rides collided last night. according to witnesses, the child was struck by debris from the ride. a nurse practitioner stepped in to help. he was taken to an area hospital where his condition is unknown at this time. we'll be back with a lot more news, right after this break. it's 4:51.
welcome back here. nbc bay area responds to consumer complaints all over the bay area every day, including yours. >> consumer investigator chris chmura is here to tell us about recent wins for our viewers. >> good morning. this week we hit more than 2,000 consumer complaints so far this year. we're proud to say we've helped many of those bay area viewers get their money back. for example, let's talk about april. april in the east bay had an insurance dispute and we helped her get a $1,200 refund. ycidro in san jose had trouble with newspaper delivery and a $312 refound and roberta in saratoga called with us a solar problem, the installer reimbursed roberta $650. got a consumer complaint?
share with me in person tonight from 4:00 to 7:00 at the giants game. i'll be handing out ice cream with garvin and kari. if you can't make it, give us a call, 888-996-tips or visit nbcbayarea.com/responds. have a great weekend. thanks, giants fans may be tired at work but tell you it was worth it. >> especially if they watched all 16 innings of last might's win over the mets. the game was tied when pete alonso hit a home run at the top of the 16th. the giants then rallied. brandon crawford hit a double to score alex dickerson and tie up that game. nearly five hours after the game started solano singled and gave the giants their fourth straight victory. they paid tribute to law enforcements giving their lives in the line of duty. the families took part in the
first pitch, both young officers died on the job in sacramento and in davis. officer o'sullivan originally from contra costa county shot and killed responding to a domestic disturbance and officer crow no killed responding to a crash in dave this january. it was an emotional night for both of their fathe in this park was with tara. >> it's emotional and at the tse officers. very rewarding >> both women were in their 20s and brand new to the job when they lost their lives. >> what a nice tribute, taking the time to do it. >> for sure. coming up on "today in the bay," a check of your forecast. >> let's get you out the door in martinez with a look at your morning. low 60s, all clear skies and sunshine today. our temperatures typical of summer but we'll talk about a slight warmup in the weekend forecast coming up. changes right now at the bay bridge. top of your screen, those right
lanes look like they opened up the last of your cash lanes, things easing up. bottom of the screen, one to go. we'll show you how else we're showing changes near one commute. plus a new ruling in the fight to stop a navigation center from coming to the san francisco waterfront. what a judge is saying. that's still ahead. you're watching "today in the bay."
overnight, a man considered armed and dangerous barricades himself in a south bay apartment. coming up in a live report what led to the situation and how it all ended. plus -- >> feeling the pressure, president trump backing away from the disturbing chant that erupted during his rally this week. ahead in a live report, new reaction from the lawmaker targeted by trump supporters. and a first, why santa rosa's brand new police chief is making history. "today in the bay" continues right now. good morning everyone. happy friday. thank you for joining us. i'm scott mcgrew in for marcus washington. >> i'm laura garcia. sounds like there's more spring in your step today because it's friday. right? >> yes. and how will i be spending my weekend? >> enjoying nice weather. it will be sunny and we start out with clear skies. that's a live look in palo alto getting ready to head out the door, maybe grab a light jacket. it will be in the upper 50s.
later on today comfortable as we reach into the low 80s there. mike, you're tracking that work on the peninsula. >> same shot but you look at the beautiful skies on the roadway. looks great at university. the earlier traffic breaks clear between here and willow. farther south there is a crew between oregon expressway and the embarcadero area. disabled vehicle in san leandro area, i'll give you an update coming up. back to you. >> thanks so much, mike. it's 5:00 right now. new this morning an overnight standoff in the south bay now over but not before a man held police at bay for four hours. >> "today in the bay's" kris sanchez is live on the scene in milpitas with all the details. a