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the royals are favored to win but the underdog has won every series so far this season. >> putting it on and make sure you do to properly so every square inch is covered. >> the cdc issued new guidelines for treating ebola. the stepped up measures call for full body gear and protective hoods. today, governor brown will meet with california nurses to discuss safety protocols here. >> very potent. the price of it is very low. and unfortunately, that means we have a massive supply of it. >> 500 pounds of methamphetamine was seized in a record-breaking drug bust if the east bay. police say the drugs were supplied by a mexican cartel and driven to contra costa county for distribution. from across the bay -- >> he is running to my side of the car. >> -- to around the world -- >> the sentence imposed is the minimum of five years. >> -- the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning. >> i'm just excited for this series! >> go giants! captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org >> it is exciting! good morning, i'm michelle
griego. >> hi, everyone. happy tuesday. i'm frank mallicoat. it is 6:00. happening today game one of the world series. >> the giants are in kansas city, they got some practice time yesterday and now they are looking to win their third championship in five years. >> kpix 5's ryan takeo joins with the homegrown talent with his own cheering section. >> reporter: the giants will need shortstop cindy crawford's good glove and timely hitting in this series. he grew up a giants fan in the east bay. >> go giants! >> reporter: there is his cheering section. his mom lynn crawford is a fifth grade teacher in pleasanton. she admits she gets much more nervous than he does come game time. >> he's always just the calm in the storm. >> i got a necklace two years ago from a [ indiscernible ] that i experienced the world series with and it says live your dreams so i wear that all the time for games now. >> how cool would it be to have
her as a teacher? lynn has baseball photos and giants memorabilia in her classroom. her goal is to teach her students life long lessons and to dream big. here's the schedule. games one and two in kansas city today and tomorrow. the series heads back to at&t park on friday. >> yeah. rain permitting hopefully. lawrence is working on that. >> we are keeping our fingers crossed about that. >> you have news about a fan wanting to come to san francisco. >> jared main is his name. he wants to be the royals in the world so bad he put his '65 ford mustang up for sale on craigslist asking $24,000 and hopes that's enough to take his family of six to a home game and to a game in san francisco. he says he can always buy another car but seen the royals in the world series is to him priceless. these tickets aren't cheap. the cheapest ticket i could find in the last hour $600 for game one. >> sure. >> and we say he is probably going to need a lot more money
than that. >> welcome to san francisco. >> parking alone. >> he won't have a car. >> oh, yeah, that's true. >> charging like $125 for parking. >> not surprised. >> all right, ryan takeo, thank you. up to 125 now to park? crazy. you have to rent a car. let's go outside show you speaking of cars we have a lot of them right now in san francisco on the bridges. first in san francisco, this earlier water main break is our breaking news since 3 a.m. i just spotted a tweet from sf water saying it will take six to eight hours to repair. water is off in the area, streets are closed, crews on scene now. 22nd is closed both directions between vermont and san bruno avenue. this is close to san francisco general but use potrero the hospital's main entrance. traveling up and down the nimitz freeway everything is clear for the most part as you can see there. starting to get more crowded near the oakland coliseum. speaking of oracle, we have a warriors preseason game later on this evening that begins at 7:30 so you could see extra
traffic tie-ups then. no delay to hayward and your other east bay drive times westbound 580 definitely the slowest through the livermore valley. they cleared the stall in the altamont pass. that is "kcbs traffic." another check of your forecast, here's lawrence. >> after some showers yesterday, we are drying out today. looks like a lot of sunshine coming our way. a few high clouds may drift over from time to time. otherwise, lots of sunshine and some fairly mild weather. out the door we go, looks like we have a couple of high clouds off the coastline building ridge of high pressure going to take care of that though. numbers today in the 70s inside the bay. mid-60s the warmest valleys and 60s along the coastline. hazy sunshine for all. toward san jose and levi's stadium, we have mostly clear skies there. a little chilly out the door in some of the valleys this morning down to 45 degrees now in santa rosa 50 in san jose. and 50 degrees in concord. this afternoon we are going to see some sunshine and temperatures may be just a few degrees warmer up in the 60s and the 70s. there's a chance of some more rain in the forecast and yeah, that could affect the giants when they come back to town.
that's the latest forecast, guys. back to you. >> thank you, lawrence. 6:05 now. california nurses will take their concerns about handling the ebola cases straight to governor brown today. nursing organizations warning the state and hospitals that they are not prepared. they are asking state regulators to require hazmat suits and training on just how to handle the virus. meanwhile, the cdc issued new guidelines for hospital workers handling ebola cases. among them, staff must use protective gear that least no skin or hair exposed. the greatest risk is in how workers remove that protective gear. >> go around -- >> right. >> now a trained monitor must supervisors putting on the and taking off equipment. the agency admits guidelines why inadequate. two nurses caught ebola from caring from a patient in the
u.s. both are in stable condition. new this morning, oscar pistorius is sentenced to five years in prison for killing his girlfriend. the double amputee olympic runner shot and killed reeva steinkamp on valentine's day last year. he claims it was an accident mistaking her for an intruder. the judge convicted him of negligent killing but not murder. an uber driver suspended after he was accused of attacking a passenger in san francisco. kpix 5's joe vazquez talked with a woman who says the driver dragged her out of the car. >> so it started in the first driveway as soon as you pass california street. reporter: she is a 39-year- old professional who lives on nob hill. after she called an uber driver she says he had only taken her about 2 blocks before he got upset because she didn't have an exact address to pick up her friend. what did you say to him. i said she lives between these two streets on this street. >> and he got angry. >> his picture words were i need address for gps. -- his exact words were i need
address for gps. >> reporter: what happens next? >> i put my head down and was texting kind of in this day and age we're glued to our phones and the next thing i know we're stopped and he is running to my side of the car, cussing, telling me to get the f out of his car. he grabs my harm and i take that hand to hold it up with my picture to take a phone he let's go, grabs the phone and throws it down the street. and at that moment i'm like i need to call my cops but my phone is nowhere. >> reporter: eventually she recovers her broken phone opens the uber app and makes a copy of the name and photo of the driver. she says it took 20 hours for an uber representative to call her during which time she is worried he was still on the street picking up customers. >> he said, we feel really awful about this. and we want to see that justice is served and he is no longer able to take calls. what would make me feel comfortable is there is, a, some kind of background check and, b, if a driver does something, they are held accountable. >> reporter: joe vazquez, kpix
5. >> this is the second alleged attack by an uber driver in san francisco in less than a month. roberto chica says his driver hit him in the face with a hammer after they argued about the route. that driver has also been suspended. fashion icon oscar de laurenta has died from cancer. he was a favorite of first ladies and "a" list celebrities. his time creation the wedding clown for george clooney's wife. his career spanned more than five decades. he was 82. 6:08. a trip to one of california's most popular vacation spots could get more expensive. coming up, the proposal to raise prices at yosemite. >> and the rain is gone for now. sunshine to make a return. but there is some rain in the forecast. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and it looks like an accident on westbound highway 4 approaching willow pass and concord backing up the ride into pittsburg. all your travel times plus a check of bay area bridges is after this break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
welcome back to kpix 5 this morning. a beautiful shot looking back toward san francisco from treasure island. see a lot of orange over the city. i wonder why? wonder what's going on today? we'll talk about that coming up. it could soon cost more to visit some national parks. yosemite is on the list. yosemite official want to raise the fee to drive into the park from the gates from 20 bucks up to 30. it would be the first fee hike by the way since 1997. the proposed hikes do include camping fees, as well. park officials will take comments on the increases until november 20. you wouldn't know it by looking at frank's blue and lawrence's blue but the san
francisco giants and kansas city royals play the first game. world series tonight. >> tonight? >> tonight! >> were you in green before you left today? >> no longer! i'm in orange! >> you win! [ laughter ] >> kpix 5's ken bastida is there in kc and checked out a rally in downtown kansas city. reporter: it's called the power & light district an outdoor big screen venue full of bars and restaurants and dedicated to all that is royal blue. >> giants? no! we've got it! we're going all the way! >> reporter: some people may be taking this blue thing a little too far. >> working it through and then we'll let it sit and rinse it out and he will have blue hair. >> reporter: that looks like fun. can i do it? >> yes. >> reporter: can i try it? >> go ahead. >> reporter: is there a technique that i should know about in blue? >> and this you just get it in there real good, mush and paint and. >> hey, dude, you want to do the beard?
>> not today. >> reporter: okay. bottom line, they are good fans, they love their team. they are not afraid to tell you that. you bring this out against a team like the giants? >> yeah, because i have confidence in every one of our players and the hearts that they have for our city. they celebrate with us. we win with them. >> let's go, royals! [ applause and cheers ] >> reporter: in kansas city, ken bastida, kpix 5. >> is it just me or ken should have searched for giants fans? right? >> no. i think the royals -- i like the royal thing actually. works for me. [ laughter ] >> isn't there someone dying their hair blue? >> we're tired in the morning when we get dressed. >> i have nothing for you.
[ laughter ] it's crowded at the bay bridge. this is the second morning they switched on the metering lights on the earlier side. 5:39 stacked up through the maze at 6:15. traffic is crawling along on the incline section to yerba buena island and then everything looks better past there into san francisco. 101 at the skyway looks clear into the city. just east approaching the toll plaza where we are seeing those bigger delays. westbound 4 in antioch westbound 15 miles per hour right now approaching "a" street but the problem is approaching willow pass. westbound 4 an accident there still blocking a lane and it's really jamming up the works now in pittsburg. so far, that is your bottleneck spot. past willow pass everything still looks clear. and here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. questions bound 92 only 14
minutes to hayward and foster city. that's a check of traffic. here's lawrence with your forecast. all right, liz. we are going to see a very nice day ahead. high pressure just beginning to sneak its way back in here. high clouds but no rain staying dry. throughout the day today you will see some warmer temperatures, too. looks like probably a degree or two warmer than yesterday so a lot of sunshine back into the 70s and 60s. but more rain a real possibility in the latter part of the week. maybe for the return of the giants on friday. all right. sunshine making a return for today although this is a rather weak ridge so we'll see high clouds from time to time today and tomorrow. and then on the increase on thursday around the state if you are traveling you will see some 70s in the central valley, with some moisture moisture. the waves large with strong rip
currents. highs today in the 60s and 70s. looking out over the in, few days, a return to some sunshine and some very nice weather. looks like though we got a chance of some rain making a return to the bay area on friday. then those showers could continue into early saturday morning. then it looks like things probably start to clear out on sunday. but yeah, on friday, unfortunately, the timing of that storm system doesn't look good chance of rain in the afternoon of course game time 5:07. it could be wet. >> might be a late game. >> could be. >> it could change, though? >> i'm glad it's on friday but if it was a late game in the middle of the week, that would kill me. >> me, too. [ laughter ] >> we would still be watching the game during the show! thanks, lawrence. most schoolkids love field trips especially when you get to go to the aquarium but in san francisco there's also a way to take the aquarium to schools. kpix 5's roberta gonzales is at the aquarium by the bay on pier
39 with the baymobile. hi, roberta. >> reporter: michelle, frank, lawrence and elizabeth, we all know that you guys on a daily basis are the stars of this show. but hey, today i have real stars. i have starfish! we are here at aquarium of the bay with blair and also daniel. outreach coordinator and educator. the baymobile is a new program. blair tell me about it. >> so it's an awesome program where we go to schools throughout the nine bay area counties all for free. we are able to do that through a really generous grant from the metropolitan transportation commission. and we teach kids all about climate change in an hour long program. >> reporter: you get daniel here and get in tank put it in this baymobile and you drive around to schools? >> yeah. and we do programs where we have live experiments, hands on experiments that we do with the kids, real live animals from the aquarium of the bay. and we talk about how it's relevant to them in the bay area and their world as a whole. >> reporter: what do kids like
best seeing? i know we have starfish and what are those down there, potatoes? >> that's a sea cucumber. this is a favorite for the kids. so they really like them because they like to eat something that we would not like so much? >> what is that? >> poop! [ laughter ] >> reporter: so tell me more. >> well, they are really important because they keep the ocean clean. >> oh. okay. >> reporter: but then i saw this one snuggling up to the starfish. what does that mean, they are just friends? >> well, they live together in a tide pool but it's a dog eat dog world there. sometimes the stars eat sea cucumbers but we keep them well fed so they are chummy. >> reporter: there is no way that starfish can eat that? >> that's true. they throw their stomach up out of their mouth, eat their food and predigest their food outside the body. >> reporter: you follow around with the tank? >> climate change education for free to schools all around the bay area. >> reporter: we could hook you up. if you want this in your classroom all you have to do is
visit us online at kpix.com, click on "links and numbers" and weook you up with aquarium of the bay. reporting from pier 39, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. caltrans went back to the drawing board after a snag on the bay bridge. coming up at 6:30, a potential solution to the problem that made a mess of friday's commute. ,,,,
the bottom of your screen f good morning, everyone! are you ready for game one of the world series? it will be madison baumgarner on the hill for san francisco, james shields for kansas city. as for tim lincecum he might not be in the rotation but he will be ready. he doesn't have a role in this world series. but tim lincecum is still a popular giant. >> lincecum has done it again! he has no hit the san diego padres.
>> reporter: the freak has won two world series, two cy youngs, and has thrown two no- hitters. but an ineffective season cost him his spot in the rotation. talk about how barry zito not being in the rotation his experience may have helped you. >> you see what he went through in 2010 where he wasn't on the roster and just the way he handled himself and dealt with it and was still a good teammate through all that, you know, just spoke volumes about his character. >> reporter: giants favorite may have lost his spot in the rotation, but certainly not in the clubhouse. >> i have told him countless times how much i appreciate the professionalism he showed through all this and being a good teammate and not bringing any negative energy around that he certainly, um, you know would have every right almost so to speak to do that. >> reporter: how anxious are you to get an opportunity? >> um, you know, i'm just as anxious as the next guy, you know? whenever that phone rings down in the bullpen you know you're always anxious to see if it's going to be your name and you want to be prepared for that moment. >> reporter: one guy who can relate to tim lincecum is travis ishikawa.
just a few weeks ago, he didn't figure into anybody's plans. now he is a part of giants history. >> the giants won the pennant! the giants won the pennant! >> reporter: people mention you in the same sentence as bobby thompson for historical reasons. what kind of honor is that? >> it's humbling. you know? you grow up as a kid learning about that story and obviously, you know, any kid that loves baseball probably reimagine that story. i know i did it a bunch of times as a kid so for it to just happen, i'm just honored and humbled to just be in the same sentence. >> reporter: lincecum didn't start a game against the tigers two years ago in the world series, as well. we'll have the complete post- game report tonight at 6:00. have a great day, everybody. watch the bottom of your screen. number 84. antonio brown passed for a
touchdown right there on the run. he passed for a touchdown part of a 21 point barrage in a minute 13 to close out the first half. pittsburgh beat houston 30-23, the play of the day. michelle says the man can dance, too. >> not bad. antonio brown and the man that can dance, play of the day right there. 6:26. an emotional reunion for a fresno man and the good samaritan who carried him out of a burning home. we'll hear from the man who risked his own lives to save a total stranger. >> reporter: and the cdc has revised its ebola guidelines so what's santa clara county going to do about it? we have a live report coming up. ,,,,,,,,
by the trial lawyers to make them millions... while, for the rest of us, health care costs go up. no wonder every major newspaper in the state opposes prop 46. they say 46 "overreached in a decidedly cynical way." it's a ploy "for trial lawyers to enrich themselves." and prop 46 has "too many potential drawbacks to be worth the risk." time to vote no on prop 46.
captioning for you in real time. after months of waiting former olympic star oscar pistorius learns his punishment for the shooting death of his girlfriend. >> the world series starts tonight. we are getting you all set for game one in kansas city. >> and after a few showers yesterday, we are drying out today. warmer weather to come. but there's another storm on the horizon. we'll talk about that coming up. >> highway 4 is a mess due to an accident in concord. bay bridge stacked up east of the maze. a break down of your "kcbs" drive to work coming up. good morning, it's tuesday, october 21. good to have you on board. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:30. developing news. the cdc steps up guidelines for healthcare workers handling ebola patients. in california, nurses are pushing governor brown to prepare hospitals. kiet do is live in san jose on exactly what nurses are asking
for. kiet. >> reporter: good morning. ebola is top of mind for many in the medical industry and the nurses unions are making sure that their voices are heard. they will be meeting with a couple of county supervisors today to get an update in just a couple of hours. the nurses union also also be meeting with governor brown in hopes that he will back them in pushing to make the highest levels of safety protection mandatory. right now, the cdc only helps these safety protections which the nurses say is not enough to force the hospitals to do it so they have started an online petition to urge president obama to mandate the high standards. if california does it, we'll be the first in the nation to do so. what are the new recommended standards from the cdc? the agency announced yesterday that no skin or hair should be exposed, workers should wear a respirator. these new guidelines come after two nurses became infected after caring for a liberian man in texas died. the greatest risk is how they take off the gear. >> if there is fluid on the
front of that gown and you take off to and come in contact with it, that could be a deadly mistake. >> reporter: the cdc admits the previous guidelines were outdated. live at the government building in santa clara county the press conference is scheduled at 8:15 this morning. back to you. >> kiet, will santa clara county be implementing some of these new cdc guidelines? >> you know, that's the million- dollar question. just how far is the county willing to go? we are going to be asking them that later this morning. live in san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> new this morning, oscar pistorius will spend the next five years in jail for killing his girlfriend. he was sentenced today. the double amputee olympic runner shot alleged killed reeva steinkamp last year. he was convicted of negligent killing but not murder. new details this morning on how caltrans will work on the bay bridge without bringing traffic to a grinding halt. those steel plates that caused big delays friday are going to
be put back into place. but this time caltrans will add temporary pavement where the plates cover the road to make for a smoother ride. no word on when that will happen. time for traffic now. liz, how are we doing on a tuesday? >> yeah, we'll go ahead and check the bay bridge. it's better today. and it was a lot better yesterday than friday. so yeah, things are looking okay right now, they turned the metering lights on once again early. if you are wondering what that means, 5:39. so yeah, you are stacked up east of the maze now. 580 approach backed up to 24. we are seeing a lot of slowing on our sensors around the berkeley curve. now this new accident just coming in is northbound 101 approaching montague expressway. it's a five-car fender-bender blocking the middle lanes, 27 miles per hour approaching it. traffic was already heavy coming through san jose and now that accident is really slowing down the ride. another crash this one earlier in concord westbound 5 at willow pass all lanes back open but look at the commute out of
antioch. it is extra heavy. it's always a grind but now it's really heavy from antioch into concord. that is "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's lawrence. so far we don't have to worry about rain. that was yesterday. today a lot of sunshine and warmer temperatures for today. still a few high clouds likely to move overhead but not too much. looks like we'll see a lot of sunshine in between. and the temperatures warming up 70s inside the bay. we'll see some low to mid-70s for the valleys and 60s along the coastline. clear over san jose, cooler temperatures in the 40s in santa rosa valley. 48 livermore, 57 san francisco, 50 san jose. this afternoon, we have a lot of sunshine on tap. temperature of about 72 degrees in concord. 72 in napa. 6:34 now. another uber driver is accused of attacking a passenger in san
francisco. a woman telling kpix 5 she had only been in the car for a couple of blocks before the driver demanded the exact address of a friend they were going to pick up. but she was only able to pinpoint the block where that friend lives. >> next thing i know, we're stopped and he's running to my side of the car, cussing, telling me to get the "f" out of his car. he grabs my arm. i take that hand and i hold it up with my phone to take a picture. he lets go and grabs the phone and throws it down the street. and at that moment i'm like i need to call the cops, but then my phone is nowhere. >> uber apparently told the woman is suspended and they will buy her a new phone. happening today in san jose, a memorial service for the air tanker pilot who died in a crash while fighting a wildfire in yosemite earlier this month. pilot craig hunt died when his plane's wing struck a tree. a celebration of the 62-year- old's life will be held at the church on the hill in san jose.
it starts at 10 a.m. 6:35 now. he was selling barbecue to help pay for his wedding. a bay area cook that robbed and killed right in front of his fiancee s eric harvis was from vallejo. on sunday, he was wrapping up a day of selling food in his old north oakland neighborhood with his fiancee when someone came up. >> and they said, gimme the money. you know? they demanded the money. >> did he give him the money? >> he gave him the money and they still shot him. >> eric harvis was 41 when he died. oakland police now offering a $10,000 reward if you have information leading to an arrest. the ridesharing company's list and uber have a partnership with sfo allowing drivers to pick up and drop off customers at the airport. sfo is the first airport in the nation to have signed agreements with lyft and uber. apple is showing off its
new payment app called apple pay. you can use it on your iphone to pay for purchases. just press your phone against the device on the counter of a retailer. but paypal's grip on the market, apple will have a tough time getting retailers on board. >> google wallet and apple pay require a device to tap on which paypal doesn't. >> visa and wells fargo shows shoppers how it works in san francisco yesterday. happening today the giants trying to become a dynasty. cement their way. the royals are looking for a date with destiny. >> the world series starts tonight. >> all right. kpix 5's ryan takeo is getting us pumped and jacked for game one all morning long. are you ready? >> we are ready. it's been a while since we have seen some baseball, five days. >> about a week. >> too long. >> yes. >> reporter: 5:07 game time tonight game one. the royals james shields faces madison baumgarner. the giants took the field at
kauffman stadium yesterday for practicing. they are going for three rings in five years. baumgarner has a 1.32 e.r.a. over the season and hasn't given up a run in two world series starts. >> you know, you know you got to go out there and be on and you have to make pitches. you know, i don't think you ever really start feeling comfortable, you know, but, um, you know, it is nice to keep getting runs out there. >> the teams played earlier in the year. the royals swept the giants in a three-game series then but it's a different giants team from that time. but you don't want to face kansas city and their bullpen especially down late in the game, because their 7, 8, and 9th innings are lights out. >> we have a hometown hero on the giants who agree up in pleasanton. >> reporter: we checked in with shortstop brandon crawford's
mom. he is a pleasanton product and his mom lynn is a fifth grade teacher at vintage elementary school in pleasanton. she teaches her students to dream big. >> miss crawford tells us about brandon and how he wanted to be a major league baseball player and nobody thought he would. >> that's got to be cool. mom is going to game three when the series comes back to at&t park. brandon's dad is over in kansas city taking in the game. >> oh-oh. >> i bet there might be some other family members there, too. >> i know. but he has cute fans. coming up we'll talk with our cbs affiliate in kansas city just hours away. we wanted to place a friendly wager. we wanted to have a little fun but i think we know what our wager is going to be, right? >> think we're going to do a food thing. >> we'll see what we can get them to do. >> coming up. >> time now is 6:39. a mystery man runs into a burning home in fresno to save a total stranger and now the man being called a hero has come forward.
all right. let's fly you around the bay area today. we're going to see more sunshine and the temperatures start warming up nicely about 69 in san mateo. 70 in palo alto. should see a lot of sunshine in the south bay. those temperatures not 70s in most spots up to 75 degrees in gilroy. east bay temperatures very nice today. it's a cool start to the day. we have some 40s and 50s this afternoon. mid-60s into brentwood. 71 in danville. about 71 in moraga. and 72 degrees in concord. the napa valley beautiful at this time of the year. 72 degrees there for a high and sunny. 71 in santa rosa. into san francisco, plenty of sunshine. and about 67 degrees.
a record-breaking drug bust in contra costa county traces back to a dangerous mexican cartel. take a look. some of the 500 pounds of methamphetamine found street value $18 million. it was called operation road trip because the meth was driven up from mexico and supplied by the sinaloa cartel. >> these drugs are being driven on our roads all the way up here to richmond, the bay area and even farther beyond us to northern california. so these drugs from mexico sinaloa cartel specifically are reaching our residents and affecting all of us as a community. >> contra costa county was serving as the hub of distribution for that cartel and all 22 people were arrested. an urgent warning to drivers about a deadly airbag defect. metal fragments can fly out and injure passengers when the bags deploy. more than 5 million vehicles
are being recalled. safety advocates say at least four people have died because of the problem. the airbags are in cars and trucks made by 11 automakers. and you can go to our website, kpix.com, to see if your vehicle is on the list. apple shares bear watching today as some good news out of their cupertino company. here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: it looks like people wanted larger iphones. the 6 and 6-plus, that led to a record quarter for iphone sales for apple. 39.3million! that helped push the company's profit up 12% to $8.5 billion. revenue up 12.4% to more than $42 billion. numbers that easily topped expectations. the company didn't sell as many ipads as expected but it did sell more macs and its shares are up 2.5% in early trading. a lot of attention will be on yahoo today after the closing bell when the company reports its earnings for the recent quarter. not so much for the numbers in the recent quarter, but on what
ceo marissa mayer is going to talk about the in the company's turnaround plans. this will be addressed in the conference call first reported by the "wall street journal" yesterday could involve cost cutting and more divulging of what it plans to do with mergers and acquisitions. the company is under pressure from an activist investor to merge with aol to cut costs in digital advertising as well as in content. yahoo shares are up slightly in the early going. looking to build upon yesterday's positive day, so far, so good on wall street. let's take a look at the big board. right now the dow is up about 76 points. nasdaq gaining 48. s&p higher by 17 points. michelle and frank, back to you. >> a good news tuesday. >> all right. jason brooks from kcbs news, thank you. time now for traffic. let's kick it to liz and find out what's going on. >> thanks. let's go out to santa clara. it's our hot spot on the northbound lanes of one one. there is a traffic jam -- northbound lanes.
101, there was a traffic jam. northbound 101 approaching montague expressway. the middle lane is blocked. this was involved five cars. traffic was backed up to 87. it's beyond that now. we are kind of competing with the other slow traffic that was coming through san jose one long line now. westbound 580 still heavy through the livermore livermore. you can see it clears up maybe a little bit past isabel but obviously sluggish from end to end from 205 to the dublin interchange and then still slow southbound 680 from pleasanton into the sunol grade. also, getting crowded now the morning commute is definitely under way across the san mateo bridge. drive time is up to 18 minutes or so out of hayward to foster city up and over the high-rise. it's sluggish on the westbound 92 sensors and a live look at milpitas, 880/237 and as lawrence is pointing out the spider is back! >> the spider is back. >> just in time for halloween. hi there! he has made a home in our milpitas camera and silicon valley commute that is slow though. look at that. that drive time there at 237, we'll continue to check in with
milpitas and our spider cam. we're glad he is back with us. mass transit also on time. off to a great start there. that's your "kcbs drive to work." another check of your forecast. is the weather changing? why would he be back? >> i don't know. but he looks as big as a bird! that was a pretty impressive spieser! >> maybe it's his grandson of the one that was there over the summer. >> they keep coming back. around the bay area today, we are starting out with mostly clear skies, it's a little chill think out the door. a beautiful shot from treasure island this morning looking back towards san francisco. and you can see lit up many of those buildings with orange as we get ready for the world series beginning later on tonight. in the meantime though we are done with the rain. it looks like back to some sunshine and a few passing high clouds. should be a great day ahead and the temperatures are going to start to warm up just a little bit today mild into the afternoon. but there's more rain on the way. and by the time the giants come back to town, that could cause some trouble with that game. all right. in the meantime a weak ridge of high pressure building back into the bay area.
that will bring you some sunshine but because it's a weak ridge, a few high clouds will dump over the top of that from time to time over the next few days. 70s in the central valley hazy sunshine. 67 degrees into monterey bay and 60 in lake tahoe. if you head to the coastline, watch out, there's still some big swells there about 9 to 11 feet out of the west and big- time breakers along the coastline and some strong rip currents, too. temperatures expected to be in the 60s and the 70s this afternoon. maybe some mid-60s in the warmest spots. next couple of days should be very nice. on thursday clouds start to move back in and boy, here we go on friday. storm clouds rolling back into the bay area. the timing on the storm system not looking good. that system coming in, in the afternoon with some gusty winds and some rain on friday. of course game time i believe on friday is 5:07. and that could very well affect the game on friday. timing could change -- saturday rain also. >> fingers crossed for change. >> that's right. >> thank you.
new this morning, three teens out of santa rosa accused of killing a 15-year-old boy have been arrested finally down in mexico. nathaniel torres was killed at a party in windsor in june. it may have been gang-related. yesterday the fbi and mexico found the suspects in the state of sonora, mexico. they will face murder charges in sonoma county. the mystery man who carried a 73-year-old from a burning home in fresno stepped forward. as allen martin tells us, the man who was rescued was finally able to say thank you. >> are you all right? >> fine. >> all right. >> reporter: it was a pretty low key reunion for two men who met because of this. >> everybody out! no, there's a man in there! >> we got to get the dad out of there! >> reporter: 73-year-old robert wells was inside the burning home in fresno saturday morning and his daughter denise was screaming for help. a bystander was recording video on his cell phone when thomas
artiaga calmly walked into the smoke and flames and walked out with robert over his shoulder. >> oh, thank god! >> he was back there. by the time i got back there he was at the gate and by the backyard and i just picked him up and ran away with him, you know? the explosion went off and just the reaction. >> reporter: a pretty calm reaction to a very life- threatening situation. robert breathed in quite a bit of smoke which is serious considering he is supposed to be breathing with the help of an oxygen tank but he is grateful to be alive and grateful someone like thomas was nearby. >> backyard, though. >> i seen you do that. i thank god. i was screaming, my dad, my dad! i know you heard that. i was like, yeah. >> that's why i pulled over. i heard you screaming, dad! >> get my dad! we got to get him out of there. >> we'll talk again. >> reporter: allen martin, kpix 5. >> bet those guys are friends for a long time.
>> so nice. the crews had that fire out in about 20 minutes but the family lost everything inside that home. but everyone is okay. new this morning, big name politicians are protesting an opera by a berkeley composer. john adams' opera the death of klinghoffer premiered last night at the met in new york city. over 400 people including former mayor rudy giuliani protested outside the opera. they say the production glorifies palestinian terrorists that killed a wheelchair-bound jewish man on a hijacked cruise ship in 1985. it could soon cost more to visit some of america's most popular national parks. yosemite on the top of that list. yosemite officials would like to raise the fee to drive into the gates into the park from $20 to $30. it would be the first hike since 1997. the proposed hike includes fees for camping. park officials will take comments on the increases coming up november 20. we had hoped to talk with the morning show crew at the kansas city affiliate but
unfortunately, we have some technical problems this morning. maybe they're a little scared. >> i think they might be frightened. we are going to lay out our wager today and we'll have an update tomorrow morning. i was so looking forward to it, though. >> got it right here. >> oh, well. >> okay. time now 6:53. police in indiana may have stumbled across a serial killer. how the disturbing crime spree came to light. ♪ ♪ firssions are important. you've got to make every second count. banking designed for the way you live your life. so you can welcome your family home... for the first time. chase. so you can.
and saturday. caltrains came up with a fix after construction work slowed friday's commute to a crawl. the issue steel plates that acted like speed bumps. caltrans will reinstall and pave them for a smoother ride. oscar de laurenta died yesterday of cancer yesterday at the age of 82. he was born in dominican republic. he dressed high-profile politicians and entertainers. this morning, oscar pistorius was sentenced to five years in prison. earlier thisser years the former olympic star was found guilty of unintentionally unlawfully killing his girlfriend. he can be considered for correctional supervision after serving one sixth of his sentence. and police in northwestern indiana may have found a serial killer, 43-year-old darren van was originally charged in the death of a 19-year-old. police say van confessed and then led them to six more bodies. they say van admits there may
be more victims, as well. california nurses will take their concerns about handling the ebola cases to the governor today. nursing organizations warn the state and hospitals are just not preached. they are asking state regulators to require hazmat suits and training on how to handle the virus. meanwhile, the cdc issued new guidelines for hospital workers handling ebola cases. among them staff must use protective gear that leaves no skin or hair exposed. health officials say the greatest risk lie this is how workers remove contaminated gear a trained monitor must supervise the equipment being put on and taken off. the agency says the guidelines wer inadequate. two nurses are in stable condition after being exposed to ebola in texas. a check of traffic. we are just hearing about a power outage affecting some city streets and some customers
in san francisco's sunset district. according to pg&e's outage map, 2500 customers are affected and right now the lights are out especially around 19th and kirkham, where san francisco police department is directing traffic and you can see the latest tweets there from kcbs news of delays. an accident blocking a lane at red top. and at the bay bridge toll plaza stacked up through the maze 580 jammed from 24. lawrence? >> mostly clear skies around the bay area. and a whole lot of orange showing up outside as we get ready for the world series to begin. looks like it will be a great day, too. no rain expected today. temperatures by the afternoon going to be slightly warmer. up in the 60s and the 70s. maybe even some mid-70s in the warmers valleys. next couple of days look nice high clouds thickening up on thursday and by friday, possibly for the giants game, storm rolling into town. >> but the weather in kansas city tonight? >> nice tonight. in the 60s and probably 50s by the end of the game.
>> thank you. go giants. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com morning to our viewers in the west. welcome to cbs this morning. oscar pistorius learns his fate for the shooting death of reeva steenkamp. >> new concerns the cdc hopes will stop the the spread of ebola in america. >> and his name is synonymous with beauty. this morning we remember the life of fashion pioneer oscar pistoriu pistorius. >> do you think justice is being served? >> yes. >> olympian oscar pistorius sentenceded to five years in prison. >> for homicide in