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will begin online and in person. california faculty association president jennifer eagen says the 25,000 members are ready to strike. the cfa once a 5% general salary increase for all its members as well as a 2.5% service salary increase for eligible faculty. csu management is offering a 2% salary increase according to the cfa. csu spokeswoman says that is a fair proposal because faculty was the only group of employees to receive salary increases during those recession years. starting at 7:00 this morning, picketers will arrive to kickoff the voting process. that vote will continue through october 28 that 5:00 p.m. in hayward, jackie ward, kpix 5. this morning the lights are finally back on for thousands of people on the monterey peninsula. pd&e said damage to a tower brought down lines. at the height of the outage, more than 55,000 customers were affected from carmel to
castroville. pg&e says power was restored by 2:00 this morning. in southern california, hundreds of cars remain stuck in mud as crews work to dig them out. from the sky you get a better impact of thursday's 30 minute torrential downpour where 3 inches of rain turned a normally dry landscape into a mud pit. 1800s, as you can see, stranded. truck driver david noe was one of them. >> i've been through hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, that this is a first for me after 31 years of driving. >> reporter: highway 58 is a major trucking route and is expected to remain shut down for at least a few more days. >> my sister drove down to venture on friday and it took 12 hours. the 5 was closed, she had to snake down 101.
it was a mess. >> but that was the grapevine. it's happening in two different places. on my way back it's still closed down and i ended up seeing places of california i never knew existed. took me nine hours yesterday. this is one of the places i ended up having to drive through. >> how would you say that? >> 800 people live there. and if you blink and miss it it. estimated to stop in say hi to the people? >> to the firefighters i did. they have been very, very busy cleaning up the mud. currently temperatures from 48 degrees, fog in santa rosa to the 60s in livermore. i wanted to get a full count of their cleanup efforts. partly cloudy locally today, 60s up to 78 degrees. we have a fire weather watch you will need to know about coming up at 18 minutes after the hour. on the roadways, a pretty serious accident north of the golden gate bridge, southbound 101 right at toledo, rewrite lanes are shut down for fire crews as they clear the injury accident out of lane. expect delays as you approach the scene. past that, traffic looks good heading toward the golden gate
bridge. light conditions, a lot of folks getting held up at that scene. want to get to san francisco, things are quiet. busy on the altamont pass. 5:02 your time. a southwest plane heading from l.a. to san francisco had to make an emergency landing last night. the pilot decided to turn the plane around and land back at lax after things got violent between two passengers on board. one passenger was removed from the flight, the other 136 passengers ordered another plane and landed at afo around 2:00 this morning, five hours after their scheduled arrival time is safe and sound. today the transportation department is expected to unveil a new requirement for drone operators to register their vehicles. kpix 5's kiet do is live at san jose international airport where there have been several close calls between planes and drones. good morning. >> reporter: yes, good morning. two years ago this was now an issue and i have it happening more in the silicon valley then
any other part of the bay area. at last report by the faa, they say that san jose have the most with 15 close calls from december to august of this year. to give you perspective, in that same timeframe, there were 650 total unauthorized sidings nationwide. that's nearly triple all of last year's number. one pilot for fedex flying a 767 into san jose reported a drone buzzing right past him a few feet away. all this happening at an altitude of 11,000 feet. they are set to announce today that all drone operators are to register their unmanned aerial vehicles. the feds are expected to make their announcements with industry standing other side. officials are also forming an independent drone advisory committee. in 2012 congress decided not to regulate recreational drones. drone enthusiasts saying getting every kid out there to follow the new law is going to be difficult. >> the pandora's box is open, it's out and you can't get it all back in.
these kids are going to be get these for christmas this year. they are supposed to register everyone things that come in a cereal box? i don't think it's going to happen. >> reporter: the feds hope to have the registry in place by the holidays. live in san jose, kiet do. caltrain appears to be heading for a fare hike. they want to raise the price of an adult ticket as well as parking by $.50. they say the increase would help cover the cost of switching to electric tracks, but passengers say it's not fair. >> the way that it is now, i think that it affects a lot of the middle income families. >> i think they are getting pretty good amount of money as it is now. >> caltrains board is expected to vote on the fare increase his early december and will hold a public meeting tonight at mountain view city hall to get rider input. a motion hearing against raymond shrimp boy chow. prosecutors will be asked to disclose the identity of the
undercover fbi agents that will testify in chow's racketeering and murder solicitation trial next month. tomorrow, jury selection will get underway. chow was previously convicted of racketeering and gun charges. his attorney maintains he's innocent of the current charges, though. and east bay woman is dead and her older sister in jail. this after a shooting saturday in the city of rodeo. kpix 5's joe vasquez talk to neighbors about the people involved. >> reporter: the brown and white corner house on this peaceful rodeo street is the scene of a murder. the sheriff's department says that they demand alleged murder are both elderly women. >> total shock. i'm having trouble sleeping at night. >> reporter: the murder victim is 69-year-old zana thomas according to a spokesperson who confirms the victim's own sister, 71-year-old linda june thomas of washington state is in jail, charged with her sister's murder. suzanne lives across the street and is related to zana. she's heard from family members that the shooting happened
while zana's husband, don, was in the other room. >> she shot zana, and wrestled with don for the gun. >> they've arrested a 71-year- old woman. do you know her? >> yes. >> do you know linda june? >> yes. >> reporter: this neighbor has known both zana and her husband, don, for decades peer >> they went to church every sunday, they taught at school on sundays. never caused a problem in the neighborhood. >> reporter: he knew linda as well and said there were tensions in recent years over family finances. he also heard the story of the shooting and struggle for the gun from their closest friend and neighbor. to my he grabbed her arm and the two of them struggled on the floor. i guess the gun went underneath the bed, and don was trying to call 911 and get the cops over here. they were fighting on the floor and i guess he finally called them and they went and busted his front door down to get into the house. >> reporter: zana thomas work at the west county times newspaper for 27 years until
she retired in 2006. her husband, don, is said to be very shaken up and staying with family members in the sacramento area. in rodeo, joe vasquez, kpix 5. sonoma city council will discuss a ban on smoking. it's already outlawed in bars and restaurants. now councilmembers will consider banning smoking in apartment complexes, town homes as well as outdoor spaces across towns like the bustling central plaza. it's possible that e-cigarettes and marijuana will be included. medical marijuana outlets are getting the green light in marin county. the retail pot proposal that would allow four dispensaries in unincorporated areas up for debate tomorrow the civic center. officials are expected to endorse the plan after the public gets its say. adoptions of the plan is scheduled for december 8. it is now 5:08. tensions running high in israel as a new wave of violence continues in the middle east.
the calls for peace from secretary of state john kerry. caught on camera, a case of road rage sending to people on a motorcycle flying off the road. shocking reaction from the driver of that car after the accident. the roadways through the altamont pass are busy, construction slow you down. there is an important whether what you need to know about that. we will talk about that as the news continues right here on kpix 5. ,,,,,,
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forecast in just a few minu it is monday, october 9. good morning, 5:11, taking a look out for the bay bridge, definitely some fog to greet you as well, got the forecast coming up in four minutes. rescue crews in the philippines are scrambling to rescue hundreds of villagers trapped on rooftops after a typhoon rolled through. the storm came to shore yesterday bringing with it 150 mile an hour wind and torrential rain. a woman and teenage boy were killed. koppu is moving slowly and expected to linger over the next few days. new search for joaquin guzman, better known as el chapo, he broke out of prison in july and has been on the run
ever since. minute states offering a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to his arrest. secretary of state john kerry is asking israeli and palestinian leaders to work together in recent violence. cell phone video capture the latest act of violence where a gunman opened fire at a bus station, killing an israeli soldier and wounding others before being shot and killed. the gunman is believed to be palestinian. the unrest began last month over access to the temple mount in jerusalem. >> we continue to urge everybody to exercise restraint and the restrained from any kind of self-help. >> secretary kerry will meet with mideast leaders in an effort to relieve tensions in the region. more than 48 palestinians and eight israelis have died in recent violence. injured airman spencer stone continues to improve after being stabbed multiple times out of a sacramento bar this earlier.
kovr caught up with stone at his home on carmichael yesterday. they did not want to speak on camera but tell a reporter he still in pain and doing the best he can. stone has been hailed as a hero for taking down a suspected terrorist on a train to paris. up and down the street, neighbors are flying the american flag in his honor. >> he had a friend that was so excited, she was a girl, she was a woman. so excited. she came down all the doors and said, you know, now you've got to get your flag out. i said, i don't have a flag. [ laughs ] so anyway, i got a flat the next day. >> stone sat with a police sketch artist for hours to come up with these images of alleged attackers. they are the ones wearing the white shirts in a surveillance video from a nearby liquor store that got away in a black
toyota camry. and motorcyclist found more than what he bargained for trying to pass a car on a 2 lane rd. in north texas. a driver swerved and hit the bike, sending both passengers to the ground. the rider ended up suffering road rash in the collision. his girlfriend suffered a broken wrist and serious cuts to her arm. the drivers response to hitting them? take a listen. >> what were you doing, you hit them! >> i don't care. >> i got it on video, too. >> i don't care. >> no word on either the motorcyclist or driver of the car. >> a little remorse would be nice, my gosh. okay, let's go to traffic. hope it's much better than that on a monday. >> monday commute is busy this morning. we do have that accident out of sausalito, they've got a tow truck on seem to cleared out of the lane. southbound 101 right out of sausalito, three railings are blocked for this injury wreck, chp and fire crews are on scene as well. past there, traffic is light into san francisco, no other
delays other than where the accident is. elsewhere, less than 580, altamont pass to 680, we are seeing pretty decent delays. late working roadworks, hacienda hop yard and -- 30 minutes of altamont pass to 680, slow and go out of tracy as well. high wind effect in advisory for the transits but drive times looking okay, 14 minutes between 880 and 101 as you make your way on the westbound side. also as you work your way toward the bay bridge toll plaza, east shore freeway commute looks good. no delays out of the maze. we have road request down 580 right at 980, you can see a few more cars on the roadway but so far still an easy ride out of oakland to san francisco. 19 minutes of the east shore freeway. carquinez bridge to the maze. 880 northbound to 38 to the maze, 15 minute ride, no delays, everything else, mass. transit on time. that's a look at the morning drive. here's roberta. i have the best weather watchers. good morning, 5:16, time to
take a look at the weather watchers. we have become like family. these are people who check in anatomic conditions around the microclimates. i want to thank michael for his well wishes this morning. thank you. 60 degrees in the oakland area. right here, 65 degrees, steve asking about my dad. he's doing about bit better, thanks for asking. 625 degrees and partly cloudy conditions. looking out the door, our live weather camera suggests our hi def doppler radar, no more precipitation but we received a trace of an inch of rain around the bay area. digging up some fog with the passage of yesterday's cold front. we have light precipitation landing the northwestern section of the state of california. here's what we need to know. we haven't in between day between yesterday's cloud cover and some damp conditions in the overnight hours. now we have areas of fog, napa and santa rosa, visibility down to a quarter of a mile. increasing winds out of the west, 10 to 15. high-pressure nestling in,
producing an offshore flow, fire weather watch goes into effect for tuesday and wednesday and it was 24 years ago today that we had the great oakland firestorm, killing 25 people. we are going to have a watchful eye an extremely dry conditions. foggy start, partly cloudy day, extremely dry conditions, low relative humidity and above average temperature tuesday and wednesday. 66 degrees monterey bay, 78 sacramento, upper 50s with increasing wind in the high sierra. today's temperatures expanding anywhere from the 60s in pacifica, 70s will be common across the rim of the bay to the peninsula, 78 degrees inland number, low average, there you have the extended forecast and we have that dry weather pattern set up, each day actually all the way through sunday, but the driest days will be tuesday and wednesday as far as relative humidity is concerned. people keep a watchful eye on that. 3000 homes were destroyed in the great oakland firestorm in 1991. fire weather watch tomorrow and
wednesday. >> thanks, roberta. time now is 5:18. a skydiver crashed into a tent during the middle of the show in houston, minutes later, show organizers decided the wind had grown too dangerous so the cause of a five-man team of world war ii style parachutist, you can see them coming down. one man jumped from a plane, apparently not getting the message in time, now has broken limbs. nobody else was injured. if you have been waiting for the force to strike you, i have come here's a moment. tickets for the new "star wars" movie go on sale tomorrow. this weekend as part of the promotion, the star wars r2d2 jet touchdown in vancouver, the boeing was making his first international flight. the film hits the screen december 18. >> harrison ford at the controls? >> i hope so. comedian eddie murphy was
awarded with the mark twain prize. >> the nation's top award of humor. a lineup of performers were included -- murphy shows he's still willing to do controversial humor, commenting on a previous mark twain award winner bill cosby. >> did you all make bill give his back? >> [ laughter ] >> did he have to give his trophy back, too? he should do one show where he just comes out and talks crazy now. >> murphy is the most commercially successful african- american actor of all time with films like "48 hours" and "trading places" to name a few. fake reviews. this morning's biggest online retailers to his people who pay for product feedback. new details in the next half hour. coming up, did the mets
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great weather all weekend great tournament, and a great finish in a playoff. the 49ers win yesterday, raiders have the day off in the niners will not have a long break. they've got thursday night football against the seattle seahawks on the big 5, right here on channel 5. i'm have a good monday. a groom got cold feet but the homeless got a hot meal after the reception. our bride turned a wedding dinner into a feast guests will never forget. and cal state university school only back in session for a month, why is faculty ready for a break? we will tell you coming up. ,,,,
who police say is responsib for killing this 69-year old-woman. a violent struggle over a gun turns deadly in the contra costa community. who police say is responsible for killing a 69-year-old woman. i'm kiet do live at the airport in san jose where a couple of minutes from now, the feds are set to make an announcement when it comes to drones. from the kpix weather center, good morning. we have a weather watch you need to know about. big delays out of the altamont pass. i will tell you why in a couple of minutes. it is monday, november 19. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm maria medina in for michelle griego. cal state university faculty is voting on a potential strike. they say negotiations have stalled. kpix 5's jackie ward is at cal state east bay in hayward with the latest. good morning, jackie.
>> reporter: good morning, maria. classes started here at cal state university about a month ago but faculty is ready for a break they say because of unfair salary. starting at 9:00 this morning the strike authorization vote will begin online and in person. california faculty association president jennifer eagen says stagnant faculty which is why the 20,000 members are ready to strike. the cfa wants 5% annual increase for all its members as well as a 2.6% service salary increase for eligible faculty. csu management is offering a 2% salary increase according to the cfa. csu spokeswoman says that the fair proposal because faculty was the only group of employees to receive salary increases during the recession years. starting at 7:00 this morning, picketers will arrive to kickoff the vote and that will continue through october 20 at 5:00 p.m. live in hayward, jackie ward, kpix 5. heavy rain causing trouble in solano county over the weekend. thunderstorms rolled through
causing rockslide, flooding along highway 128. the hillside were badly burned in wildfire this summer. with little vegetation left to hold them up, the rocks came down easily. there were no reports of any significant damage, though. here's what it looks like as rain was coming down, amy grando shot this video outside her home, in vacaville, you can see the showers were study for quite a while. in southern california, digging hundreds of cars out from under mounds of mod, proving pretty difficult. look at that. a ghost town of vehicles from the sky you get a better feel for the impact of thursday's 30 minute torrential downpour where 3 inches of rain turned normally dry landscape into a big mud pit. leaving nearly 2 to 300 people stranded. highway 58 is a major trucking road and expected to remain shut down for at least a few more days. a close call for you, roberta. >> we got over that to hatch be brown range and it was torrential downpours, i had to pull over at one point to take
a look at the map. we hightailed it out of there. 60 minutes later i walked into my dad's hospital room and saw his tv, breaking, mudslides. it was like, we were just there. >> you feel very blessed. >> coming home after nine hours, still closed down that particular area. good morning, everyone. out the door, we have damp roadways a trace of rain reported in the overnight hours that is pretty much out there. we have foggy conditions, visibility limited in the san jose area, santa rosa, quarter- mile visibility, same in napa, 63 in the oakland area. today's high temperatures, partly cloudy skies, northwest bees desperate attempt 15. 70s at the rim of the beta 70s in the peninsula, pretty uniform, warmest locations of our inland area. we have a fire weather watch that goes into effect tomorrow, details on that at 48 minutes after the hour. gianna? let's get details on the delays through the altamont
pass. busy area for your morning commute but extra busy for caltrans. construction still in effect. as you work your way around the westbound side, and again at hacienda, expect some good delays through there. 27 minutes now westbound 580 altamont pass to 680, also slow and go coming away from 205. give yourself a few extra minutes. i do not ace is right on time this morning. another fare hike is in the work at caltrains. officials want to raise the price for an adult ticket as well as parking by $.50. the increase would help cover the cost of switching to electric tracks by passengers say it's simply not fair. >> the economy, the way that it is now, i think it affects a lot of the middle income families. >> i think they are getting pretty good amount of money as it is now. >> the caltrains board is expected to vote on the increases in early december and will hold a public meeting tonight at mountain view city hall to get rider input.
if you are a drone operator, today you will have a new role you need to follow, you need to register your vehicle. kiet do is live at minetta san francisco airport rather have been several close calls. >> reporter: pilots we spoke to says it's a matter of time before there is a collision between a drone and jet. the results will be devastating. at last report by the faa, minetta san jose had the most close calls, 15 from december last year to august of this year. to give you perspective in that same timeframe, there were 650 total unauthorized sightings nationwide. that is nearly triple all of last year's numbers. on pilot for fedex flying a 767 into san jose reported a drone buzzing right past him 60 feet away. all this happening at an altitude of 11,000 feet. the law is trying to catch up with the technology. >> grown stress don't take breathtaking images, they help ranchers track cattle and could one day help amazon make
deliveries. but privacy and safety concerns have the government eager to ask. cbs news learned the department of transportation will announce a new grown registration requirement as soon as today. yesterday new york senator. chuck schumer announced his own plan. >> this is the elegant solution. >> reporter: a fence would use the software to keep drones away from airports and certain government buildings. government watchdogs are limits on the fbi's ability to use drones for domestic surveillance. even from enthusiasts to support the new rules appear computing regulations and laws on keep up with the quickly evolving technology. >> the pandora's box is open, it's out. you can't get it back in. all these kids are going to be getting them for christmas this year. they are supposed to register every one of these things are, in a cereal box? i don't think it's going to happen. >> reporter: despite faa rules restricting drones near airports, pilot decided more than 600 in the first months of the year. the feds hope to have the new grown registry in place by the holidays. live in san jose, kiet do, kpix
5. alameda firefighters trying to figure out what sparked a fire that damaged two homes. it broke out yesterday near norwich road and seaview parkway. a witness a shot this video from across the water. firefighters were able to put out both fires within an hour and no one was hurt. 5:36. a woman is in jail after allegedly shooting her own 69- year-old sister to death in rodeo in contra costa county. the victim 59-year-old zana thomas, her sister, linda thomas from washington state. reportedly the two got into a fight saturday morning. a neighbor knows the victim, her husband and sister. he tells us he heard from a mutual friend about a struggle for a gun. >> he grabbed her arm and pushed up like this in the two of them struggles on the floor. i guess the gun went underneath the bed. then don was trying to call 911 and get the cops over here. >> the shooting reportedly happened while don thomas, the
victims has been, was in another room. the neighbor says there were tensions in the family lately over money. san francisco police will hold a community meeting to talk about a deadly officer involved shooting. a sergeant shot and killed 27- year-old herbert menidas near twitter headquarters in the midmarket area on thursday. he was trying to arrest him for throwing bottles in the street when he fought back in one for the sergeants gun. they plan to give more details today at noon and at bill graham civic auditorium. san francisco's police chief is talking about violent crimes involving stolen guns and white -- shy gun thefts are not easy to punish. stolen guns were used in three recent homicides including two taken from the fisherman's wharf, chief suhr says the punishment is dependent on how much the gun is worth, the difference between a fellow mean -- felony or misdemeanor. >> since prop 47, it has to be
over 159 it has to be over $159. >> police seize about 1000 tons per year but only a small percentage of the seizures lead to prosecutions because the da requires dna evidence from the gun itself. no changes to the rules are imminent. a company that owns three of the most popular online dating sites is going public. >> hannah daniels of cbs money watch joins us this morning. >> reporter: looking for love on wall street, the parent company of tinder, mass.com and okay cupid filed to go public friday. the company value the offering at $100 million. matt said it generated 888 million in sales in 2014. christmas is still months away, christmas presents may be heading your way much sooner. it is a race for time for many retailers, some companies like walmart, macy's and target have built new warehouses to keep up with demand in shipment. online retailer amazon is using
robots to pull items in its warehouses, cutting time to process an order from hours to just minutes. and have you paid your netflix bill lately? the streaming site reported that it's on nearly 300,000 less sign-ups than expected and blame the sluggish growth on the switch to new chip-based credit and debit cards. and customers not updating their information. netflix says an unusual number of accounts were canceled during the three months that ended in september. >> they got you, i guess pierced my guilty right here. more fallout from the airbags, what can you tell us? >> more bad news for takata. general motors is recalling more than 400 suvs and cars because the airbag inflator can rupture and explode. owners will start getting notifications from dealers today. 23 million vehicles have been recalled due to those faulty takata airbags. >> thanks so much, hena
daniels, cbsmoneywatch.com. amazon is taking legal action over more than 1000 people. it's as if they posted fake reviews on its site. the online retailer accuses dependence of offering a false review service for as little as five dollars on the website. amazon says it's reputation is being damaged by false, misleading and inauthentic reviews. 5:40 on your monday. tear off the coast of oahu, a swimmer critically injured after a brutal shark attack. how he's describing the scary experience. if you are hitting the road in oakland, this is what it looks like on i-880 slow and go. gianna will have more details coming up after the break. first ,, why let someone else have all ththfun? the sosotimemehaphphard,d, never boring fun.
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time check is 5:42 on this monday, back to work and school, temperatures in the 50s and 60s, little bit of a damp roadway, for our full forecast, coming up in four minutes. a pair of weekend shark attacks in hawaii could lead to beach closures. in oahu, the victim swimming when he was attacked by a 10 foot tiger shark. kayakers pulled him out of the water. he suffered severe injuries to his feet and legs. the second attack happened eight hours later on a surfer on oahu beach. >> it took me a second to realize that a massive shark was on my leg. i had to push him off with this hand, lost fingers and stuff, and punched him with my other. >> that surfer, friends managed to pull him out of the water. besides losing some fingers, doctors also had to amputate most of his left leg. there have been more than a half-dozen shark attacks in hawaii this year. secretary of state john
kerry is urging israeli palestinian leaders to exercise restraint and work together to end senseless violence in the region. in recent days, 40 palestinians and 80 israelis have died. jonathan vigliotti with the latest. >> reporter: this cell phone video capture the latest act of violence, a gunman believed to be palestinian, opened fire at a heavily guarded by station, killing an israeli soldier and wounding several people before being shot and killed by security forces. israeli authorities later admitted accidentally shooting an asylum seeker turn the attack after mistaking him for the assailant. the unrest began last month over access to the temple mount in jerusalem. sacred to both jews and muslims. benjamin netanyahu rejected calls for international observers to monitor the site. >> it does not mention palestinian insurgents. it does not mention palestinian terrorism and calls for the
internationalization of the temple mount. >> reporter: as violence continues, cities like tel aviv are suggesting banning arab maintenance workers and cleaners from schools. some is really parents are worried about an attack against their children. other civilians are flocking to gun shops to arm themselves. >> i think it's important as a means of self-defense. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry is calling on both sides to find a way forward. >> we continue to urge everybody to exercise restraint and the restrain from any kind of self-help. >> reporter: secretary kerry will meet with mideast leaders separately this week in an effort to ease tensions in the region. jonathan vigliotti, cbs news, tel aviv. a massive sinkhole in union city causing all kinds of trouble. crews are into have the 10 foot hole repaired by tuesday, it looks like this for nearly a week as workers prepare the water main under the roadway and patch up the street. until it's fixed, it's blocking traffic in front of the fire
station at nearby alvarado middle school. it's about the size of a swimming pool. huge. they had to make it bigger so they could get into get the pipe. >> that will just eat your car. that's a chicago style pothole right there. that's what that is. >> that is a see your car later goodbye pothole. got a couple of things bring out there, pretty messy on the bay bridge. metering lights are on, slow and go conditions backed up almost to the maze at this point. give yourself a few extra minutes. everything right on time for mass transit. let's check the east short freeway approach, still holding steady, no major stacks. elsewhere, if you're headed for westbound 580 around 980, we had reports of report that should be wrapped up, nothing too many delays there. better news for that trouble spot out of marin county, sausalito, southbound 101, that accident cleared out of the roadway, everything is well along 101 southbound, 580 to the golden gate bridge toll plaza, 14 minute ride.
this continues to be a problem, the altamont pass, late running roadwork on the westbound side around hacienda, right at the top of the altamont pass, slow and go conditions, 14 miles also hearing flow and go conditions on tracy. lots of red on our sensors, that means speeds are dipping below 25 miles an hour. 882 101, 13 minute ride, so far traffic not too bad there. we see the bulk of the delays on the san mateo brige around 630, the right now things are quiet and not too bad on 880 along the nimitz freeway. we have slightly slower speed the traffic still moving okay through there. take a look at conditions to the south bay, northbound 101, stop and go conditions, sluggish at 187 as well. hearing some reports of delays out of morgan hill. that may slow you down. give yourself a few extra minutes and use 280 as an
alternate to avoid delays on 101. that's a look at traffic, here's roberta. >> everybody put your hands together for gianna completing the half marathon yesterday. don't think i did not notice you beginning to think as he staggered back over to the traffic center. high definition doppler radar picked up quite precipitation in the overnight hours, just a trace reported. cloud cover looking out toward the bay bridge, temperatures are uniform, 60s in santa rosa, 46 degrees areas of law being reported their into napa, we have an area of low pressure that brought us brief precipitation yesterday, for the most part, lingering precipitation right now on the northwestern quadrant of the state of california. here's what we need to know on this monday, brand-new workweek, damp out the door, areas of body fog, partly cloudy through the day today and increasing breeze out of the northwest 10 to 20. then we have a fire weather watch that goes into effect tuesday and wednesday, very important to notice. today, 24 years later, it's the
anniversary of the great oakland firestorm that killed 25 people. high-pressure setting up very dry conditions for tuesday and wednesday. today, partly cloudy conditions, tomorrow, temperatures well above average. we are going to stay in that weather pattern of way through the weekend. temperature wise 78 degrees at the state capital, 66 monterey bay. upper 70s in the writing area, set up at 7:22, slated to set at 6:27. smacked in between, mild temperatures, 60s to low 70s at the beaches, 70s common across the bay and peninsula to the inland areas, 78 degrees the outside number. there you have the warm, dry set up with breezy conditions, especially the north bay mountain areas. tuesday through wednesday. have a great day, everyone. it was supposed to be a dream wedding overlooking the sacramento skyline. >> something happened, the groom got cold feet and decided i'm not getting married but the bride's family decided we paid for this, so here we go.
the duane family invited the city's homeless to the reception for a once-in-a-lifetime meal. the four star feast input is a solid, salmon and try to be. a number of the guests brought their families providing the kids with a rare night out. >> i think it's very generous, actually. to lose out on something so important to your self and give it to someone else is really giving. >> full stomachs and smiles were everywhere, the night was still painful for the bride's parents who had to pay for it, their 27-year-old daughter chose to stay home. heart of the $35,000 wedding price tag included a nonrefundable honeymoon so the mother and daughter plan to take a road trip to belize together instead. i don't know where the groom is but i don't think he's probably doing too well.'s democrat hope he's helping pay for that, too. right? >> i don't know. we'll see. >> way to make it positive. it is now 5:50. joe biden just into the presidential race, how this week's been got the hearing could affect his hearing. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
have a fire watch that goes into effect tuesday and wednesday. sunny skies, seasonably warm conditions and relative humidity, dropping into the teens, forecast coming up. metering lights are up at the bay bridge, report them in action on the westbound side 580, chp headed out to the scene, we will have a look at the san mateo brige in a few minutes. one person is dead, another in critical condition after a car plunged off of santa cruz wharf. it happened saturday night. police say the driver barreled through a four foot rail before plunging 20 feet into the water. divers dumped into pull the driver and the passenger out. a man is dead after gunfire sparks panic at a zombicon in florida. crowds of people at the zombie themed festival ranter the street as those shots rang out saturday night. five others were wounded, police searched the area but did not find the suspect. the victim has been identified as 20-year-old xtavius taylor,
a football player at a local junior college. >> it's devastating, it's hard. but with us being family, we will get through it. it may not be today or tomorrow, but we are going to get through it. >> zombicon is an annual event that draws upwards of 20,000 people. vice president joe biden could announce a presidential bid any day. political analysts think he's waiting to see how hillary clinton performance before the house benghazi committee this week. meantime republican front-runner donald trump continues to clash with rival jeb bush over claims trump would have prevented the 9/11 attacks. after repeatedly refusing to take the job, paul ryan seems open to running for speaker of the house according to those closest to him. but, there is one big twist. he will not cave to the demands of the house freedom caucus. the group of 40 or so deeply conservative members have been demanding changes to house rules. ryan's confidants tell cbs news
he will not negotiate for a choppy does not really want in the first place. china has been violating its newly amended cyber agreement with u.s. according to cyber security company crowd strike. in the three weeks since the u.s. and china announced the new agreement, hackers associated with the chinese government have tried to hack at least seven u.s. companies. crowd strike says it stopped the attack before any corporate secrets could be stolen. to vote or not to vote, that's the question.25,000 cal state university faculty members will be voting on today. i will have the details for you live from hayward. i'm kiet do live at the airport in san jose where there have been a number of close calls but groans. in a couple of hours, the feds are set to make big announcements when it comes to groans. got a report coming up. ,, ♪
good morning, it is monday, kind of feels like monday. >> does it? >> a little bit. i'm maria medina in for michelle griego. >> i'm frank mallicoat. time now is 6:00. and east bay woman is dead and her older sister is now in jail on this monday morning. this after a weekend in the city of rodeo. kpix 5's joe vazquez talk to neighbors about the people involved. >> reporter: the brown and white corner house on this peaceful rodeo street is the scene of a murder. the sheriff's department says that they demand alleged murder are both elderly women. >> total shock. i'm having trouble sleeping at night. >> reporter: the murder victim is 69-year-old zana thomas according to a spokesperson who confirms the victim's own sister, 71-year-old linda june thomas of washington state, is in jail, charged with her sister's murder. suzanne lives across the street and is related to zana. she's heard from family members that the shooting happened while zana's husband, don, was in the other room.